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 12, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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, U. S. ENGINEERS Visitors At Mill Break : SCHOOL CLOSING :I President's Secretary To I COUNTY DELEGATION

Records of Past Years 'Attend Waterway Fete


Visitors at the sugarhouse of the
Announcement was made this

THRU FLEW CANAL continue United States in great Sugar numbers Corporation daily and MEETING OF BOARDThe tary week of that Commerce Daniel C.will Roper represent, Secre- STATE ROAD BOARDA

the number for the
already present President
Roosevelt at the openingof
season has topped the, record for any
I Col. Earl North, of Jacksonville, The nine Hendry County School Boardat the cross-state, waterway on Hendry county delegation head
previous season.
I United States District Engineer for thousandth its regular meeting in LaBelle March 22, and he has accepted the ed by Dave Alston, chairman of the

i 'Florida, Col. Earl Brown, his immediate recently, and visitor since passed there, through remains took steps to keep the county schoolsup 'invitation of Baron Collier of Everglades board of county commissioners, were
to make the cruise'on his
superior, division engineer at nearly a month of the present grinding to a high standard in discipline, in Tampa Wednesday to appear be-
Col. F. of New yacht, the Baroness. fore the state road department at
Norfolk, and B. Wilby
I school work, business standing and
season, it is expected that the TheOkeechobee
Orleans, division engineer for the I equipment.All flood control its quarterly meeting and requestthe
number will reach ten thousand before -
in board has invited other cabinet mem- construction of road 164. Othersin
Gulf, were met Thursday morning
the sugarhouse close in April. members of the board were
Fort Myers by Capt. G. E. Linkswil-I bers but it was said yesterday that the delegation were E. B. Hull and
Special arrangements are being present and after discussion of the
er with one of the War Department Secretary Roper was the only one :Mark; Poole, commissioners, and L.
I made to take care of the visitors who situation in all county schools the
whose certain. has
cruisers of the local division for an presence was It O. Gravely, attorney. D. G. McCor-
are expected ,to pass through Clewis- board decided upon severe disciplinary -
not been decided whether he will!
inspection trip from Fort Myers to mick, prominent citizen of LaBelle,
ton by boat on March 22nd and 23rd measures in all county schools '
Clewiston through the new locks at join Mr. here for a trip across also attended the session.,
when the cross-state waterway from {or insubordination or defiance of
the state to the official
Ortona. prior open- The road department meeting was
Stuart to Fort Myers will be officially school authority.
y. Theirs is the first boat to pass ing or will be picked up at Stuart the annual budget session, and del-
opened. Cars will meet boats at Plans for the closing exercises of where the watercade starts.
egations were called before the boardin
through the new locks and they announced I
;.A that it would be ready for the city docks and carry visitors to schools, following a full eight Others from whom definite accept- alphabetical order giving each an

the official opening on March 22. the sugarhouse, where special guides months term were made and dates ances have been received are Sen- opportunity 'to present its request for
will escort them through and explain for graduation set. The board votedto ator Claude Hardin
Without difficulty or delay the Pepper, Rep. maintenance or new construction.No .
I the various phases of sugar making. contract a loan of $3,800 from' the Peterson, and Rep. Mark Wilcox of new construction was promisedby
at Ortona
boat was locked through, ,
j Opportunity to visit the fields will First Bank of Clewiston.to teachers the East Coast district. have
where failure of machinery to arrivein : pay They the board, Arthur B. Hale, chair-
also be given the visitors on that oc the school invited in the senate
through present colleagues and
time caused postponing of the of-i man, explaining that the board an-
casion. month, which closes March 12. house but have been
ficial opening celebration from Feb. acceptances ticipates a deficit ,of nearly five million -
One of the interesting guests last
22 to March 22. The locks are oper- The Bare Beach colored school made consingent on the legislative dollars if present 'obligationsare
week was J. H. Dionne, wholesale
ated by hand at present but later WPA project was resubmitted and i situation. Senator Andrews does not met, without undertaking fur-
electrical apparatus will be installed. grocer of Quebec, a distant. relativeof approved by the board and forwarded expect to be present as he and Sena- ther road projects.A .

the famed Quintuplets.Mr. to district offices in Miami. It is tor Pepper have an arrangement by large delegation from fourteen

Ortona Locks OpenWork Dionne's identity became hoped to have this approved and con-I which both are not away from Wash- West Coast counties interested in the
known when he signed the guest reg-
is still in progress at Ortona i struction completed this summer so I ington at the same time. proposed Gulf Coast Highway pro-
ister, and P. G. White, guide of the
but will be sufficiently completed by I that the school will be in readinessfor I Gov. Fred Cone, ex-officio chair- ject, appeared before the Board after
introduced him' to the remain-
the. end of this week to let boats use this fall.: The U. S. Sugar man of the Okeechobee board, will half of the throng of several hundred
der of the group, who gave him a
through on permission of the army Corporation .has donated groundsfor 'I be at the celebration unless unex- civic leaders, legislators public of-
rousing hand.HIGHEST
engineer's office at Clewiston. Per- the building and playground, a' (Continued on Page: 8)BENEFITBARBECUE ficials and road sponsors present at

mits will be granted only in case, of plot 110 by 140 feet having been giv- the opening of the session had de-

urgent necessity until late next week en for this purpose. The school will parted as they were heard.

when boats wil' be allowed to go SCHOOL ENROLLMENT care for about 60 pupils at the Bare KIWANIS! TO STAGE "The! Board is much interested in

through without restriction to assem- Beach camp.Attention learning the wishes of the represen-

ble at Stuart for the watercade which was given to a com- tatives of various sections of the

starts from there on the morning of I SINCE 1934Clewiston plaint that the new Felda bus! brakes ; state", Chairman Hale commented

March 22.After did not give proper service and arrangements during the session. "It is possiblethat

his trip yesterday Colonel I were made to withhold' some of the maintenance work

North said the work was, progressing school enrollment is at payment on the bus until the brake A barbecue and fish fry will be asked for may included as we pre-
its highest peak since the fall of
and that there wouldbe pare the final draft of our budget.
satisfactorily were properly adjusted and repaired. staged at the recreation park Sat-
1934, according to B. E. Herring,
"Also of the ask-
no postponement of the March 22 many projects
principal, who reports that '218 are urday night, beginning about seven
date. In the meantime work' will con- ed will be given consideration in our
now enrolled in the grammar and CATHOLIC DANCE TO BE GIVEN o'clock, by the Kiwanis Club for the future mhen have
tinue in sweeping the channel of progr : we mon-
sand shoals which have developedin high school grades. benefit of the recreation park fund ey. These gentlemen all understandour

in several places during progress of Despite the unexpected changes in The Kiwanians have planned a big position. There Is little we can
the school faculty the .work has not The date of the annual Catholic "
construction work at Ortona. Captain .
of food and entertainment -
:) dance has been changed to Tuesday I. program
Linkswiler said they would all suffered and the 'Sc-)001 year is well Discarded Tracks.

be removed by March, 22 and that, 1 into its second seme:fer with all night, March 16th-St. Patrick'sEve. I and hope that a large crowd willjoin Purchase of discarded street rail-

if not, a sufficient volume of water classes following the schedule of The change in the arrangements : in the festivities and aid this way tracks from dismantled systemsover

could be let out of Lake Okeechobeeto I work mapped out' for the, year most was made necessary in orderto worthy cause. the country for construction ofa

float boats safely over them. successfully. secure the Hi-Hatters, dance or- William Hooker is in charge of strong guard rail on both sides of
chestra considered of the best in
Next week a current will be start- The Clewiston High school is fully the South. one preparing the barbecue, and his past the Tamiami Trail across the Ever

ed through the river to float down accredited at the present time, this glades, from which cars and a bus
'assures of a delicious
experience -
the hyacinth beds which are thick in accreditation covers both the elem- plunged into the 20-foot drainage

the Lake Okeechobee, region. The entary and the high school grades.!: meal. Other foods will be provided canals on either side of the road and

hyacinths are killed when 'they en- The school has enjoyed this accre- SUGAR PIONEERIS and a grand program of en- carried 54 persons to their death by

counter salt water in the vicinity of ditation for years, but this tertainment Is planned. The admis- drowning in the past year, was suggested -

Fort Myers. year an several,award of merit sion fee of 50 cents wfll cover all by Cecil Turner, member of

Army engineers:: declined to fore- has been won by the elementary VISITOR HERE charges. W. W. Perry is general the. Dade County Commission ad-

cast the number of boats that would school which has been raised from chairman of arrangements.The dressing the Board. 1

take part in the opening celebrationbut the regulation standard to "superior -- actual construction of all "There is no protection yet devised !

said that inquiries as to the date rating",-the highest :rating in B. G. Dahlberg, to whose vision three ,tennis courts has been com- for drunken drivers, defective machines :

'indicated a' large interest among the state. One of the requirements and enthusiasm the sugar industryin pleted and all are now in use. How- or fools, but we'd like to have '

yachtsmen on both coasts of Flor-I for accreditation is that an eight the Florida Everglades owes its ever, the other playground equip- this hazard eliminated as far as proper -

ida. I I months term must be maintained. existence, visited Clewiston Mondayand ment has just arrived from Miami guard rails can serve," Mr. Turner -

Graduation dates for all county was amazed at the progress of i and a portion of the funds will be said. He also invited the Board to

,,schools were fixed at the last school the industry and development of the I used to assist in its erection. Floodlights hold its next quarterly session ;at
Joe Masters Leaves
board' meeting, the Clewiston school town of Clewiston since his last visit. are: planned to permit night Miami and Chairman Hale indicated
being given the date of May 10th. Mr. Dahlberg was the organizerand playing. the meeting probably would be held '
For Indian River Mich.Joe
The Felda school closes Thursday president of the Southern Sugar Plans for the affair occupied mostof I there.

May 6th, and the LaBelle school on Company, forerunner of the the time of Kiwanians at the reg-

Masters, who has served as May 7th. The Harlem colored school present United States Sugar Cor. ular meeting held Wednesday nightat Col. North To Address

professional at the Clewiston Golf. in Clewiston will close on May: 11th. poration. The Southern Sugar Com- the Clewiston Inn. Kiwanian Har-:I

Course for three years, left Mondayfor The diplomas for graduates this year pany pioneered the development of ry Arnold of the Valpariso, Indiana, Florida ,Engineer Society,

Indian River, Michigan, where he have been ordered, and are of the the then almost trackless Evergladesinto i Club was a welcome and interesting

will spend the summer months at the smaller size now in'general use in a huge sugar plantation and be- guest.

Indian River Club. Mr. Masters will colleges and high schools. The Hendry gan the experimentation: which has Lt. Col. Earl North, United States

It return in the fall. The golf courseis county schools will use folders of resulted in one of the largest indus- "A DAY IN OLD SPAIN" FESTIVALTO District engineer, will make the prin-

in splendid condition at this time red velvet letters in gold. tries in the state. BE STAGED IN ST. AUGUSTINESt. cipal address to the Florida Engi-

and a number of players, enjoy, it The Clewiston High School ex- Mr. Dahlberg d'rove' over from neering society at its 21st annual
Palm Beach where he spent a short Augustine, March 11 (FNS-
daily. expects to graduate four pupils and meeting to be held in Tampa on
Matthew Morrison athletic coach the LaBelle vacation. He was escorted throughthe "A Day In Old Spain", a colorful
High Schol has elevenin March 18, 19, and 20. Col. North'ssubject
and instructor of the Clewiston its senior class. sugar house and on a tour of the Spanish, historical festival, will be will be the "Lake Okeecho-
properties of the United States Sugar held here next Tuesday as the first
school, and Mrs. Morrison have mov- bee flood control project," and his
ed into the apartment at the club :MRS. TOM.: SHELLEY IS HOSTESS Corporation by J. J. Harrington: in a series of celebrations and special address will be made at'the banqueton

house and will be in charge there I AT BRIDGE CLUB THIS WEEK vice-president. events days being planned by civic the 19th.

during Mr. Masters absence.JUNIOR groups and the national committeeon
of the University -
'' Dean W. R. Woolrich
The WATSON SUGGESTS METHOD the restoration of historic St. Aug- "
Wednesday bridge club met
of engineering -
Texas college
ENDEAVORS ENJOY ustine, as a means popularizingthe
for its regular meeting with Mrs.T. will duscuss "Barriers of Southern -
PARTY AT CHURCH WEDNESDAYThe B. Shelley as hostess this week. program and creating knowledgeof i
Mrs. Dave Alston won high score Gainesville, Fla.- The tomato the work being conducted here i I Industry" at the banquet.

of Junior Endeavor leaftier, an insect that has been caus- through cooperation of the Carneigle
group and was presented a double deck of YOUNG MUSICIANS MEETIN
members enjoyed a delightful partyon cards. Mrs. Leslie Miller, holder of ing considerable damage to young Institute. 1,000 BEACH TUESDAY

the church lawn following the low score, received a vase and Mrs. tomato plants in five south Florida Dr. Verne E. Chatelain, director, AV. PALM

regular meeting Wednesday after- I. M. Pafford who won the cut prize counties, may be controlled by spray- has asked cooperation of citizens and West Palm Beach--, March 11 (FNS)
'noon. Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. A. was given handkerchiefs.Those ing the plants with lead arsenate and historical organizations in collectionof musicians

R.; Broadfoot assisted in the games playing were Mrs., Alston, bordeaux, J. R. Watson, State Ex- folk songs, folk tales, religious -More from leading than 1,000 military young, high schools
and in serving refreshments. periment Station -entomologist, said observances and traditional material
Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. M. E. Yena- and colleges throughout the state
Those present were Betty and wine, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Paf- here today. which can be ,used to make other festivals -; gathered here Tuesday for the great-
Gloria McDuffie, Anne Pafford Heaviest damage by this pest was of real worth and authentic
Mary ford, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. G. B. Thomas est band assembly in the history of
Ann Jones, Barbara Broadfoot, Billy and Mrs. ,Shelley. reported in Dade, Broward, Char- historical color. Plans for organization -

I' Broadfoot, Elizabeth Wynn, James Joining the players for refresh- lotte, Manatee and Sarasota counties. of special religious pilgrimagesto Florida.
and Esther Brewer, Bobby Smith, ments were Mrs. Jessie Purdy and To. control it on young plants, the I II I shrines in the ancient city have Competitions in the annual, stage,

it Gene and Solon Mills, June Hooker, .Mrs Carrie Killam, who were guestsof entomologist recommends liberal also been made.A band championship were marked by
with lead arsenate and bordeaux two days of parading, drilling, mass
d' Patricia Bailey, James Smith, Sher- spraying
the Shelleys for the day. I 16-point program, prepared by recitals. A.
but use of these materials concerts and
wood Hall, Billy Perry and Eric and Dr. Chatelain was set forth this
David Belcher. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Peterson left must be discontinued after the fruits week towards realization of the pre-

Sunday for Jacksonville for a visit I begin ripening because, they are diction by President John C. Merriamof Mrs. John G. Maher and daughter,

"' Mrs. Robert McLaren left Monday I I with relatives before returning to 1)d SOIlOUS. the Carnegie Institute that "with Miss Mary Katherine Maher of Detroit -

iii' for her home iu Now York pity af- I their home' in Providence, Rhode Is- the completion of this plan, St. Augustine -) ,' and Mrs. Maher's niece, Miss

ter spending a few months here with i land. They were guests of Mr. and Sidney Hoover returned Saturday will become the center of historical Katherine O'Brien, were week-end

her daughter, Mrs. G. E., LJnkswiler! Mrs. T. B. Shelley several days last : from a month'. stay in Shreveport;i research unique in this country. -' guests of the former's sister, Mrs. M.

and her family. I F week. [Louisiana. ." E, VonMach. ,
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Hippos Are theZoo's what I
A. bbd Very Little
Film Stars I

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Hippos are the stars of animal /V HERE'S
T very that I ;
film actors. They command a salary dJV/ thinks can do

of $100 a day.A In my brief span of years, j:
definite wage-scale for animals about: But if I say the thing that's
just drawn up in Hollywood, iw RMfrteur true, 'I
Privacy for the Windsors.
gives the following figures: Hippos And speak the word that i

if well-behaved, are worth SANTA MONICA, CALIF.- cheers, I

$100 a day; trained chimpanzeescan Edward W. Pickard to live quietly and, Of happiness I find the clue, ;
to trained By
collect $25 $100;
escape as much public attentionas The charm that stifles tears.
deer $30; alligators, pythons and ;
Western Newspaper Union "
camels, $25; zebras, $20; and buz- possible- I'm quoting the I
zards and badgers, $5 each per dispatch-"the duke of Windsorand There's little I can do to make I
Supreme Court Packing tobacco and their report, publishedby Mrs. The world a better place, !

day.Dogs and cats can earn a salary IncreasesUTITH the Brookings institute, says it Simpson, following But what I do for love's sweet ,
is a desirable addition tox the nation's their marriage, will seek a se sake,
in:accordance with their ability the I
four votes in
only economic institutions.The eluded residence in the United By virtue of Heaven's I
but in their case there is always the senate passed grace
report concludes that a per States." May leave behind a sunlit wake
possibility that they will
the Sumners house bill for voluntary
manent adjustment should
agency Which time will not efface.
strike the public fancy, and thus retirement of Supreme court prove useful as a central coordinating The idea is not new. Hoping to

develop into leading stars. justices at the age body, or board of strategy, for kill Stanford White in some very
of seventy on full an occupational group composed of remote secret

Geniuses in Pain pay:, The four, who small and loosely organized 'operating nook, Harry Thaw % 1
opposed the measure units such as in agriculture. It picked out a New Foreign Words

Lord Tweedsmuir, governor R to the last were recommends the continuance of the York roof garden on and PhrasesPro .
general of Canada, commentsthat Bridges of New federal agency in order to assist the first night of, a f arse'

"very few great historical ?.. Hampshire, Bulow farmers in adjusting their industryto big musical comedy. -
figures were healthy and normal 4 ; of South. Dakota, changing technical and commer- And 'only lately one patria. (L.) For native land.

people." In relating pain and < Johnson of Cal- cial conditions and ,to cushion the of our movie queens, fH 4' Sui generis. (L.) Forming a

physical handicaps to genius, he ifornia and Moore of shock of disasters such as drouth striving get away kind by itself; unique.A .

described Julius Caesar as an New Jersey. Duringthe and flood. from it all, put on propos de bottes. (F.) Apropos '

epileptic, Robert Bruce as the victim _A' debate Senator As for crop insurance, the beliefis all her portable jew of nothing, by the way, to J
of a painful skin disease, Johnson declared expressed that a system of all- elry and went to the change the subject. ,
Cromwell with spleen trouble, Sen. Johnson, that "a Supreme risk insurance under government Broadway preview =' Mala,fide. (L.) In bad faith.

Walter Scott with gall stones, and court justice who would retire at, sponsorship would prove financially of one of those colos- Irvin S. Cobb Pis aller. (F.) Last shift; end

the late Lawrence of Arabia as this: particular time, by virtue of sound and beneficial to farmers if sal, titanic, gigantic, of resources; a last resource.

constantly struggling with pain the bait that was held out to him, premiums and indemnities could be mastodonic superscreen epics, onlyto Sesquipedalia verba. (L.) Wordsa

and sickness. Lord Tweedsmuir, would not be the sort of individualfor kept on a true actuarial basis. It come forth complaining that one foot' and a half long.

however, viewed the relief of pain whom I would -have the greatest insists, however, that crop insurance could never flee to the most privateof Taedium vitae. (L.) Wearinessof

by medical science as enlighten' respect." should not be mixed up with hiding places without being, an- life.

ing the human mind. The retirement bill was favoredby the ever normal granary proposal.To noyed by crowds.So Usus loquendi.? (L.) Usage in

"Pain," he said, "is a sourceof the President but, as Senator the whole ever normal granary America is certainly the right speaking. _
confusion and bewilderment. Pat McCarren said, was not a partof idea in general'the'' Brookings reportis place for the newlyweds' honey- Voila! (F.) There! There it is!

Public problems today demand Mr. Roosevelt's bill for enlargement unfavorable. moon-where nobody will stare at See there!

less of the inspiration of genius of the court. The controversyover them, or follow them, or yell at y Roma por todo. (Sp.) And

than patience, equanimity, and the latter measure grew more "Peace Before Colonies," them. to Rome for everything.
sound judgment in the ordinaryman. bitter day by day and to the surprise :- Modus vevendi. (L.) A methodof
Why just off-hand I thinkof
Eden Tells Ribbentrop can
of the administration it
fully three where famous living; a compromise agreement
found that it to be defeated VON RIBBENTROP spots '
: was likely JOACHIM folks between two or more disputants
in the house. Therefore the ambassador to London, may enjoy such immunity-
Mount in winter to secure at least tem
majority leaders decided to let the had a heart-to-heart talk with For McKinley poraryharmony.
Death in the and
Don"t Sleep senate act first. In that body the eign Secretary Anthony Eden about Alcatraz summer

decision rested with some twenty- .,....?.....,..,. Germany's desire to island all the year round.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a
0111 l'eft Side, five senators who had not yet an- get back some 0 f '* tonic which has been helping womenof

nounced their position.Mr. her lost colonies,and Giving: Up Earl Browder.
all ages for nearly 70 years. Adv.
Crowds Heart Roosevelt stood firm in his was told plainly that F OR years it has been my regular,
determination to force the bill f. at British
GAS PRESSURE MAY CAUSE DISCOMFORT. custom to give up something Their, Wisdom
RIGHT SIDE BEST.If through congress, and announcedhe ;''w public opinion was during Lent. Last year I gave up Angels do not "fear to tread"
in bed and can't would deliver a ,radio speech in boiled turnips-I never eat boiled
you toss sleep on restoration. anywhere; only, being angels,
right side, try Adlerika. Just ONE its defense on March 9, the'day turnips, anyhow.The they know better.
dOle relieves stomach GAS pressingon before the set for the Eden said the
one question
before I "An-,
heart so you sleep soundly. year gave up
Adlerika acts on BOTH upper and senate judiciary committee hear was not one for thony Adverse" (at page 2,749) and I
lower bowels and brings out foul
matter you would never believe was ings on the bill. The President denied Britain and Germany nearly all Little Theater move
in your system. This old matter may a report that he 'would makea to settle alone ments. The year before I gave up EMINENT DOCTORS WROTE
have poisoned you for months and tour of the in behalf of but could only b e
caused GAS, sour stomach, headacheor country Upton Sinclair as my spiritual guidein
nervousness.Dr. his plan. dealt with by the matters political.For .
n. L. Shonb, New York, Ribbentrop J
"hi addition to liiltitinal cleansing, Adlerika report Senator George of Georgia, Democrat League of Nations. : this year I decided to give up ".:=colds result from
greatly reduces bacteria and colon bacilli." stepped into the fight withan According to informed sources, Mr. Earl Browder. I don't quarrel i acid condition of the (: i
Mrs. Jas. Filler: "Gas on my stom- assertion'that the the then went
Supreme court foreign secretary on
with his He body they prescribe
ach was so bad I could not eat or sincerity. happens, ;;:
sleep. Even my heart seemed to hurt. enlargement proposal is a repudiation to'declare that before Great Britain though, to be the outstanding expo: various alkalies"-excerpt -

The relief.first Now dose I eat of Adlerika as I wish brought, sleep fine me of the party's 1936 platform even could consider returning the nent in America of the communist from medical journal.The

and never felt better." pledge that it would seek a clarifying reich's colonies or yielding Leagueof movement, which has done so much ALKALINE FACTOR in
Give your bowels a REAL cleansingwith constitutional amendment it Nations mandates over former :
for human and human
Adlerika and see how good you happiness
feel. Just ONE dose relieves GAS and could not attain its social-economic German overseas possessions, the progress in the countries that triedit LiJDXCN'SMENTHOL
constipation.At all Leading Druggists. welfare program by'legislation.Vidal ,security of Europe must be estab such as Russia.
lished by a general accord. I COUGH DROPS 51
Eden said the question of raw
Quits as Head of
He's So
materials for in Victory Dinners.
Germany was one
One thing which the pessimisthas Air Commerce Bureau
which all the great powers who WHO says New Dealers aren't
on the optimist is that he EUGENE VIDAL has resigned as had control of principal raw materials business men? That

isn't nearly so apt to be disap I of the federal air com were interested. In this con $100 victory dinner means a clear Noble Thoughts

pointed. i ii merce bureau and says he will re- nection, he said ,that while the profit of :$94.70, figuring the food at They are never alone who are

enter private aviation. His conductof league should settle the colonial $5 a head and the combined accompanied 'with noble thoughts.Sir .

the bureau has been subjected matter, he' could envisage an alternative speeches at 30 cents, which, even if P. Sidney.
to; much criticism at times and a method 0 f approach they average up to most afterdinner -

committee headed by Senator Cope- through diplomatic channels. speeches, is indeed 'a high valu-
land. of New'York has recommended ation. a O OtLD

the reorganization of the Back I in Andy Jackson's day, you fNHEI'
i bureau. Recently the bureau and 'President Asks State you could pay off a campaign deficit SNOW/ WHITE :

f representatives of the air transport Soil Conservation LawsI with hoop poles and coon pelts. And LARGE JARS St

industry have differed sharply over N IDENTICAL letters to' the governors in Thomas Jefferson's time the

D causes of the series of major air of the 48 states President strongest pack mule in Virginia Trifles Make Perfection

crashes. Roosevelt called on the state couldn't tote'$100 .worth ,of vittles. Trifles make perfection, but per-
Vidal's successor is Prof. Fred D. legislatures to enact soil conservation So, naturally Jeffersonian simplicity fection is no trifle.-Mechelangelo.
Fagg of Northwestern university law laws which would supplementthe and Jacksonian thrift will be

(. school. He became associated with federal measures designed to extolled. _

, aviation during the war when he lessen the ravages of floods and dust Presumably the Republicans will
" served as a second Lieutenant with storms. follow suit, with a nonvictory dinner Miss n

V the: ninety-second aero squadron in Along with his letter the Presidentsent or donation shower for John''

France. After the war he returnedto the governors a copy of a Hamilton's hope chest. Needy REE LEEF

''" M ST the United States and specializedin model soil conservation bill pre guests will wear Liberty Leaguers' )

; b SttptH'e .,. Ra OGS1 rRr air law. His assistant in the bureau pared by the Department of Agriculture. old clothes, while the idea of having says: .

'J.', will be Maj. R. W. Schroeder, This provides for the organization Canada annex Maine and Ver-
also of Chicago. of soil conservation districts to mont will be strongly opposed.

: Inspired Accomplishment carryon erosion control projects "CAPUDINE
( Art makes a rock garden; an Hughes and Jean Batten with federal aid and regulations for Signs of Spring. r relieves

i" : uninspired taste, a pile of rocks. Get Harmon Awards use of land.Panama OUT here the first sign of spring
J not the birds back. 7
THE International League of Avi- coming HEADACHE
ators announced in That Mainly, our birds don't flit away. :
. Paris Canal Tolls Rate
t. Less Monthly' DiscomfortMany Howard Hughes, the wealthy American Revision i They go mute awhile, being practi-I quicker because
I Is I
women, who formerly suffered speed flier, and Miss Jean I Proposed cally the only residents that even it's liquid...
from, a weak, run-down condition Batten of New Zealand had been' ABOLITION of the dual system temporarily refrain from bragging
as a result of poor assimilation awarded the Harmon trophies as of vessels pass about the climate, 'or, in case of a akmtrJuwtvdM

of food, say they benefited by the outstanding man and womanin ing through the Panama canal was cold snap, explaining that this is

taking CAHDUI, 'a special medicinefor aviation for 1936. Hughes' land- asked by the President in a special very unusual.

women. They found it helped to plane records in flights across the message to congress, in accord witha With us the herald of spring is
'' increase the appetite and improve United States won the honor for report of an advisory committee. the surf-bather-that hardy adven-

'' digestion, thereby bringing them him, and Miss Batten was rewardedfor Nothing definite was said about raising turer who plunges in and comes
h more strength from their food. her spectacular solo flight the revenue of the canal. forth as blue 'as an Easter egg and

Naturally there Is less discomfortat across the south Atlantic. The War department recently assailed as deflated-looking as a toy balloonon

monthly periods when the system Ernst Lehmann, chief pilot of the present dual system of the morning after circus day. Because Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
has been strengthened and the various Germany's ocean-flying Zeppelins, collecting tolls as permitting inequalities the Pacific is never w hat Harmful Body Waste

rc \ functions restored andregulated. was voted the world champion dir manipulations, and endless you'd call a real cozy ocean and Your kidneys are constantly filtering
Is Cardul well worth, praised trying.by thousands Of course of,women it not igible pilot, and Ernst Demuyter, reductions in charges, resultingin especially it isn't following a chill- waste matter from the blood stream.Bat:
.. benefited, world losses to the United States and kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do(
consult a, physician. Belgian, champion for spherical some winter. not act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
aircraft. unfair advantages to shipping in imparities that, if retained may
fq, We make fun of the bathing suits poison the system and upset the whole
r Louise Thaden was voted the out- terests. At present the canal, a 546% mothers But body machinery.
our wore. middle-aged
standing woman flier in the United million dollar investment, is losing Symptoms may be sagging backache
persons of both sexes disporting on persistent headache,attacks of dizziness! )
States, and it was announced that almost million dollars
SMALL SEE LARGE SIZE a a year. the beach in the modern skimpies getting up nights! swelling, puffiness
60c S $1.20 President Roosevelt would present under the eyes--a feeling: of nervous
trophies to her and Hughes. present a morbid, not to say grue- anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
Ex-Navy Officer Sentencedto some, spectacle, except to students Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
may be burning, scanty or too
Farm Experts Approve Prison as a Spy' "of the adult human leg, includingthe frequent urination. .
slabby-shanked the full-calfed There should be no doubt that prompt
7 S. FARNSWORTH former ,
treatment is wiser than neglect. Uso
eAAro AAA as CoordinatorT commander in the the bowed, the double-jointed, the Doan' Pills. Docm't have been winning
; A rceogAlzcd Remedy for Rheumgc HREE specialists in buckled the knock-kneed the new friends for more than forty years.
and Neuritis sufferers. A Blood agricultural United States navy, who had pleaded spav- They have a nation-wide reputation.
<; Purifier. Makes thin Blood perfect Rich and economics have been studying guilty to charges of conspiringto ined, the ankle-sprung, the heavy- Are recommended by grateful people tho
': Hetlthy. BilU Strength and Vigor. the modified Agricultural Adjust sell naval secrets to Japan, was hocked, the varicose-veined, the country over. Ask your ntighborlTHE

...i, ',,' Always Effective Why suffer? ment administration as it has op- sentenced by Justice Proctor in the fur-bearing, etc., etc.IRVIN.
AT/ALLx: <:3OODtDRUGJ products as wheat, cotton, hogs and from four to twelve years in'prison. C WNU Service.


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TRUTHFULNESS- frankness, Optimism is contagious. Cheerfulness T ELL me there are particles -1:

and faith- Ii promotes health and pro- of iron in a dish of sand and .
fulness, are the qualities abso- longs life. There is sunshine of might look for them with my :':'il'ilI

lutely essential to friendshipand mind that defies and destroys eyes, and search for them with :;

these must be crowned bya doubt, disappointment, and dis my clumsy fingers, and be un:1
sympathy that enters into all I couragement. Good humor is a able to detect them; but let ',

the joys, the sorrows, and the mind and body tonic. Laughteris take a magnet-how it draws ;,j
interests of the friend that delights medicine for the soul. The intelligent to itself the particles by the '.;

in all his upward prog- optimist diffuses hope, power of attraction. The un- _. '

ress and when he stumbles or courage, and confidence. The thankful heart, like my fingers I :{
falls', stretches out, the helping L it world needs all the help you can in the sand, discovers no mer- ,
hand and is tender and patienteven give ''by way of cheerful, optimistic cies; but let the thankful heart '

when it condemns.MaryC. __ : ::' /,. :.. n a.I t : inspiring thought'and personal sweep through the day, and as ;"

Ware. example. Avail yourself of ev- the magnet finds the iron, so it :
ery opportunity to say a kind will find, in every"hour, some ";'

Almost all of us make our- word, give an assuring smile, or heavenly blessings, only the

selves unhappy by, too much I 444\ I extend practical help that will iron in God's sand is gold-! f" :f
forecast. make someone hopeful and happy. H. W. Beecher. ';
-Grenville Kleiser.

4 y t ay 4:4 k3" i3 re.,,f,

II Habits of HindusAs

Doughnut on MayflowerFrom 11 i.a pf/:,% a rule the Hindus ,are, not TO EASERHEUMATIC '
less authority than c
no an 4f ,
4. :
meat eaters and the women never ,
American itself PAINS
the baking industry
are.' In India it is not the customfor
comes the information that "
a man to'go' abroad and eat I
the doughnut came over on the .
food prepared by others. He takes ,
;_ Mayflower. The theory is that the his meal in his own house., Fire ; t FOR 12 -,
had learned to make
Pilgrims and wood are sacred to him, and R i'
'i(); them in Holland, indicating that I their purity must be guarded. The 2 FULLY
this familiar into the
pastry came DOZEN
Hindu woman will not cook any
New world of ,
by way Plymouth
food without first taking a bath. FOR 2Sc
Rock as well as New Amsterdam. Woman Goods Carrier of Nepal.
She will not start cooking without
The information that the first Demand and Get Genuine ,
in America Prepared: by National Geographic Society Beyond the lovely Newar city, having made her pujas-which
doughnut shop was
Washington, D. C.-WNU Service doesn't mean a prayer of ten min- BAYER ASPIRIN .
opened in 1796 puts the appropriate grouped a huge park and
capital city of Nepal, utes or so, but a complete disci-
stamp of venerableness on stretching away to the east, lies i
a ubiquitous institution.-St. Paul, THE sequestered kingdom modern Katmandu, the creation of plinary system of meditation.
Dispatch. the Himalayas northof the Gurkhas. Here are no roman-

India, is a curious mixtureof tic pagodas rising golden tier upon

new and old, It centers aroundan golden tier towards an azure: heaven -:

immense parade ground: a beau-' but severely practical barracks, PLEAS.E AEEEIiT

tiful two-mile stretch of closely schools, colleges hospitals, and

cropped grass. Broadly speaking prisons built in the "Europeanstyle.

the old part of the city lies to the ." Here, too, are the immense

west of this area, the new part to "modern" palaces of the king, the THIS 44Arr ,

the east. Maharaja and the chief nobles designed .
Before the Gurkha conquest in by French architects in the

1768, the predominant and ruling late Nineteenth and early Twentieth 4aPIECE SILVER SETfor
To ease the discomfort of colds, ask race in Nepal was the Newar. TheN centuries. .

for' St. Joseph Aspirin-world's largest ewars are of Mongolian extractionand When one recalls the difficult jour-
seller at' lOc, (12 tablets). 36 Tib-'
emigrated into Nepal from ney into the valley over steep and only
tablets, 2c; 100 tablets, 50c. Ask et in prehistoric times. They are wild mountain passes, it seems

_for_it_'by. n name___-St._ Joseph__ _Aspirin.Dodge n. responsible for the origin and devel- strange to look upon ,these vast 25c complete with

.. opment of Nepalese. art in all its buildings, standing in so remote a
A e '
branches. country, equipped with the most up- your purchase
. "Gurkha" is really a comprehensive to-date conveniences and luxuries. y
term, embracing both the The roads in the actual town are of one can of '

foreign Rajputs and the indigenousraces good and broad, and it is amusingto
Controversies of 'Nepal other than the Ne- remember that all .he motors and B. T. Babbitt'sNationally ry'

Controversies only make you war., It comes from the little stateof lorries which run on them have
warm and your face red and leadto that name in western'' Nepal been carried bodily over the passes _

quarrels. where the immigrant' Rajputs from by swarms of coolies. Brand of LyeThis
the plains of India originally settled. .
Though Nepal is nominally a king-
These Rajputs, ancestor* of the dom little
the king in reality is
Still Coughing? present rulers of the kingdom fled more, than a religious figurehead, lovely pure silver-plated Set-knife, to B. T. Babbitt, Inc., Dept. WN, 386
to; the hills after the Moslem sack fork!soup spoon and teaspoon in aristoFourth Ave., New York City,N.Y.Your
the actual government of the country cratic Empire is offered
design solely to Set will reach you promptly, postage
No matter how many medicines of Chitor in 1303. Here they established falling to the lot of the prime get you to try the pure brands of lye paid.You'll thank us for the Set and for
you have tried for your cough, chest themselves, flourished, and minister, or maharaja.He with 100 uses,shown at right.Use lye for introducing these brands of Lye to you.
cold or bronchial irritation, you can dually extended their territories.It cleaning clogged and frozen drain pipes,
get relief now with Creomulsion.' is modern and enlightened in for'-making finer soap, for sweetening OFFER GOOD WITH ANY.LABEL
[ until 1768 however that
Serious trouble may be brewing and was not I his outlook and .anxious to introduceany swill, etc You'll use no other Lye once SHOWN BELOW
you cannot afford to take a chance they finally effected the complete which bene- you've tried one of these brands.
with anything less than Creomul- conquest of Nepal.Thenceforth new invention may :
fit his but he prohibits importation How to Get Your Silver Set '
sion, which goes right to the seat the Rajputs held undisputed country, ,
of the trouble to aid nature to this unique Him- of certain Western crea- To get your 4-piece Silver Set, merely I I.
soothe and heal the inflamed mem- sway over tions. send the band from any can of Lye shown "
branes as ,the germ-laden phlegm alayan kingdom. Internally their' At 10 o'clock evening a cur- at right, with 25c (to cover handling, s I
is loosened and expelled. activities have been directed not so every mailing,etc.)with your name and address
Even if other remedies have much towards artistic' as towards, few tolls in Katmandu and the oth- Red Devil Giant Rod Seal Star

-failed, don't be discouraged, your military advancement. Out of a er big towns of the kingdom and
druggist is authorized to guarantee everybody must retire to his house.
: total population of some 5,600,000
Creomulsion and to refund
Anyone found in the streets after
.',: I money if you are not satisfied with they have'today an army of about, '
results from the very first bottle. 45,000. In times of need they can, this time has to spend the night in
: Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) with the aid of their well-trained prison. Gambling and drinking are
forbidden during certain fes
reserve force, raise as many as except
tivals. The most popular is the
; _, That's Greatness 70,000
I ;: : troops.
",. great Durga Puja, which lasts ten
(. ,--, Grand ideas grandly realized Gurkha Army Really Powerful.
;: '. constitute days, during which time hundredsof OILY SKINmade
greatness. The bulk of the soldiery is drawn buffaloes are beheaded in honorof .11.

from the Gurung and Magar tribes. the goddess Durga, who is but
Among these peoples are some of another form of the famous black
the hardiest fighting men in exist- Kali.
[ ence. When therefore, they are Patan Is Picturesque.
placed under Rajput leaders, the ,
Besides Katmandu, there are two her stay-at-home
MEDICINES descendants' of an ancient race, I ,
other large towns in the same val
Are Reliable world-famous for its deeds of cour-
L ley both former capitals of Nepal
age and chivalry on the battlefield
era' Blackman's Medicated lick. the power of this mighty Gurkha Patan practically adjoins modern DATES EVERY NIGHT NOW. DENTON'S FACIAL
army is formidable indeed. Katmandu. Passing through its nar- I
. .__ I In Katmandu, the artistic spiritof row streets you come into the fan-
DCBlackman's Stock Powder the Newars and the martial l spirit tastic Durbar square. MADE IT FRESH AND LOVELYAn

Ir Blackman's Cow Tonic of the 'modern rulers mingle. To On one side, a graceful group of I

er Blackman's Hog PowderBlackman's the west of the vast parade ground temples rises in a series of elegantred friends
oily skin never ,are complimenting
}".-, lies the old town with its palaces pagodas ribbed with gleaming greasy
.I'-:''.'.:...'.1'"<;-. txs* Poultry tabletsBlackman's and temples, its tall houses and bronze. Brightly cplored struts, rich I won any girl a boy friend.Men you on your complexion.
;:,, E3cr Poultry Powder narrow streets. In the Durbar with delicate carving, support their love a fresh youthful com r

Highest Quality-Lowest Price square, that essential feature of all myriad roofs; shimmering bell fin- plexion.Denton'sFacialMagSPECIAL OFFER

:. 11'f;: Satisfaction Guaranteed or Newar cities, the principal build- ials cap their airy upper stories. I nesia cleans out the oilypores, -good for few weeks only

" ;.i.:'<,',' your money back ings are grouped roofs in a rich profusionof Opposite over them the spacious and dotted square irregularly liesa smooths the rough surface'by Here is a special chance to try outDenton's
pagoda wood
painted ,
: for It is the most
,,:., BUY FROM YOUR DEALER chiseled stone and shining metal.At swarm of other temples: foun- making them unnoticeable, liberal offer yourself.Have made.We
one side stands the imposing tain, a colossal bell, and a numberof I firms the skin texture and we ever
will send you a full 6 0%. bottle of
,: BLACKMAil STOCK MEDICINE CO. palace of the former kings built tall, slender pillars bearing the livens up the, complexion.Even Denton's Facial Magnesia(retail

:' ,J' Chattanooga,Tenn. around a spacious courtyard, Close shining bronze figures of gods and the first few treatments price 60c),plus a regular size box

by it, raised on a high step plinth, kings. I with Denton's make a remarkof famous Milnesia Wafers (the
towers the lofty temple of Taleju, The pagoda temples have brightly able difference.Almost before original Milk of Magnesia tablets) ,
colored stuffs in
hanging ripples
the household goddess of the royal gay .both for only 60cl Don't miss
from their eaves. There are also can realize it face
family. All around are temples and you your taking advantage of this extraordi.has
shrines and tall, slender pillars temples in silvery stone built up in gained new youth and nary offer. Send 60c in cash or

bearing bronze statues of kings and tiers of intricately carved pillars, beauty. First thing you know, stamps today.
religious personalities. and pavilions which cluster around
the massive curvilinear tower rising -
Modern City Quite Practical. from their midst like some huge

The buildings in the indigenous gray cactus plant. II.

"pagoda" style are of dull-red brick The third large town i:: the valley -

HEARTBURN FROM OVEREATING? with tiled roofs supported by in- is Bhatgaon. It can ,be approached LDENTO'N'SFACIAL
r k tricately carved wooden struts. The from Patan by motor overa

1 l.;J Hurried burn. Overcome or overeating heartburn usually and causes digestive heart doors, too, are of wood and the lin- bad, uneven road, a distance of

distresses with Milnesia,the original milk 'tels are invariably extended into the some seven miles. Far the most

,of magnesia in wafer form.Thin,crunchy, brickwork, where they form bold delightful way to enter it, however,
-deliciously flavored,pleasant to take.Each and effective designs. The, woodwork is on the back of an ambling, Tibetan -
wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls of milk of is usually painted in bright pony. MAGNESIA ,

magnesia.20c,35c, &60c sizes at druggists. colors and the roofs are sometimes In the early Eighteenth centurythe Select Products, Inc.,4402 23rd St, Long Island City, N. Y. I
covered with sheets of beaten brass city was the capital of Raja ,
Enclosed find 60c (cash or stamps)for which send
dazzling in the brilliant sun. Bhupatindra Malla, a man of exquisite I me your special introductory combination. I
Lost in this maze of the old Ne- taste and a, patron of the

war splendor stands the modern arts. It was he who built the I Name-------------.---..-----------------------.. II
Hanuman DoUha, a large white stately Durbar hall with its famous ,
building containing huge audience Golden Door-one of the chief mar- Street Address------------------u-------u. 6)B I17m

halls! and staterooms used for important vels of Nepal-and its richly carved City_ ------------State--------------
cerem.onies. windows. :; -;; ; ;;. ;; ;; am lID am i.ITHE


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The Clewiston News mmnm aa..D ml7rM17pAJiKM SOROSIS COOK BOOK I Council says that In a single year 23-' time will keep out flies and mosquitoes -

000 persons are killed and nearly I .

Too Late To Classify The following was issued in the 3,000,000 are injured in home acci-
Club cook dents, carelessness NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF F
Published every Friday in Clewiston, Sayre (Oklahoma) Sorosis many resulting from \
book and published in the Sayre Sun. or neglect.
Florida, by the 'By Ityssell Kay DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
More accidents are caused by falls '
Inc. I Notice is hereby given that,
I How to Cook a Husbandby than anything else.. Next comes pur-
I3tQQQIIDtgu. AtCaIlpa11.RQYmffitAccordin' suant to call of the Board of Super-
I Mrs. Sam Skinner. burns, scalds and explosions then
visors of Sugarland Drainage Dis-
Keathley Bowden, Editor to Roger Babson, Karl A good many husbands are utter- asphyxiation and suffocation.
trict, the annual meeting of the land-
Lehmann and a few other recognized ly spoiled by mismanagement. Some)j ons, cuts and scratches also POIS-\\ owners of Sugarland Drainage Dis-

second class mail matter authorities, Florida is fixin' to women go about it as if their hUs-:i, their toll. Few of these last trict for the year 1037 will be heldat
Entered as bands were bladders, and blow them anticipated, but some of them, would] the office of said District, in the
la2 at the Post another boom, and they tell us
February 1, have
up. Others keep them constantly in not happen if all household equip- City Hall Building at Clewiston,
Office In'Clewlstou, Florida, under the one on the way will make the hot water; others let them freeze by, ment were overhauled and made safe Hendry County, Florida, on Wednesday -

the Act of March 3, 1897. party we had back in 1925 look likea their carelessness and indifference.{ to use, if shelves were put up for March 31, 1937, at ten o'clockA.
M., Eastern Standard Time, for
them in stew by irrItating -
mere trifle. Some keep a storing poisons or dangerous mater-
Subscription year. ways and words. Others roast ials, if windows and doors purposes :
rate, $2.00 per It seems that everybody ain't on were 1.-Electing one supervisor for a
Advertising rates on application. them. Some keep them in a pickle all checked for easy operation. term of three .
relief and a lot of folks all over the I years.2.Receiving
their lives. I I Some of the falls from stairways I annual report and

country have been makin' dough and It cannot be supposed that ,any(,and steps could be averted if there taking such action with respect

Devoted to the advancement and saltin' it away in safety deposit bowes husband will be tender and good:were a strong handrail the length thereto as the landowners. may determine -

welfare of Clewiston and HemlryCeunty. banks and behind the mantle- managed in' this way, but they are;, of*the flight.! Falls are more common ; and3.Transacting

delicious when properly treated. In on stairs that are badly lighted. It such other busi-
piece. I ness as may come before the meet-
selecting your husband you should may be possible to put in a windowor
Now makin' money is one thing ing.
not be guided by others but select two-way switches at the top and BOARD OF SUPERVISORSOF
and keepin' it is somethin' elsetosay him for yourself. Do not to the
Exclusis'eWNU go bottom of such a flight. Many peo- SUGARLAND DRAIN-
nothin' of makin' it bring in amass market for him, as the best are always ple who have young children put up AGE DISTRICT'

of interest, and while these I brought to your door. It Is far baby gates at the top of stairs or By:
better to have none unless will F. D. Duff-President.
folks don't seem to have, any fret you steps. But often children, too youngto
patiently learn how'" to cook him. A walk, climb up a flight of stairs Dated: March 4, 1937.
far as makin' it is concerned they- I Pub. March 12-19
as 1937.
kettle of the finest
Feat res preserving por- nearly to the top and then topple

<.-- 're 'gettin' gray hair and plenty of celain is best. See that the linen you backward. Top and bottom gates

---.- .- 1._ ji wrinkles tryin' to figure out a :way wrap him in is nicely washed and would be better. J. M. COUSE t
------- mended with the required number of
to keep it. Outside the house, steps to porches -
IN THE PUBLIC EYE buttons and strings sewed on. Tie Counselor
and Attorney at Law
That's where Florida comes in! Along and doorways are exposed to rain
The value of-ad\'-rtising- is not for time Mr. Thomas A. Edison him In the kettle by a strong silk and dampness. They may not reveala Hopkins Building
ago cord called comfort, as the one called
the .advertiser alono. It is to a great that "There was only rotted condition until someone has Wednesdnjs and Saturdays
duty is apt to be weak. They are
guarantee to the prospectivepurchaser had a bad fall or a wrenched ankle. 9:P.O to 4:00
extent a Florida and 90,000 people weN .
one apt to fly out of the kettle and be
and practiceof Frequent inspection and prompt repair -
of the faith "
find it out.
I going to '
cook them while
burned if
advertiser in his goods and you when needed would avoid trou
merchandising.Every the Well, since that statement was alive. ble. L. B. MershonAGENT

made, a good many millions have Make a clear steady fire out of Toys, cleaning tools, and other articles -''

product which newspaper made the predicted discovery; not love, neatness and cheerfulness. Set left on the'floor also cause;
advertising brings into the public eye but they've been tellin'
that he only him as near this as seems to agree falls. This' hazard may be due to lack New York Life
demands of the advertiser their friends about it and as a result _
with him. If he sputters and fizzes of well-planned storage places and
stake his own particular reputationon to Florida this Insurance
tourist travel
he do not be anxious, some husbands do again offers a chance for making the CompanyARCADIA

the announceiaentwhich recordas season has been greater than at anytime this till they are quite done. Add a house more convenient and safer.If FLORIDA
makes. He puts himself on ,
and in our history. little sugar in the form of what con- the house does not own a sturdy
the standard of quality
to From it Now you take a. dose of sunshineand fectioners call kisses, but no.vinegar stepladder, now is the time to buyor
of what he advertises.
to balmy air, mix in a few mock- or pepper on any account. A little make one. Too many falls are
if he hopes
he dare not depart in' birds, a bit of white sand beach spice improves them, but it must be caused by standing on teetery chairsor Furniture and Home Furnishings
of the buy-
maintain the confidence
with.wavin palms In the background"add used with judgment. Do not stick any shaky boxes set on chairs to dust PHILCO RADIOS
ing public. I ten-pound black bass and instrument into him to if
a sharp see and, hang pictures or curtains, and
Advertising is not alone a bid forth r sprinkle with tree-ripened citrus.- he is becoming tender. Stir him gently other jobs. Household Furnishings

business readers, but it is the feed it to some guy who has spent watch the while, lest he lie too Metal screens, properly installed, '

written pledge of the merchant to forty or fifty years wadin'. thru flat and close to the kettle and so will usually protect children from Inc.BELLE .

the buyer. The public has come to sleet and snow, dodgin' icicles and become useless. You cannot fail to falls from windows and at the same GLADE "FLORIDA,

recognize this. In this side of the fightin' double pneumonia, and I know when he is done. If thus treatd _
value of advertising can be found, licks his lips him .. oar """
mean' he just naturally you will find very agreeable, ---- -- ---- -- -

much of the mason for the successof and moans for more. >'; agreeing nicely 'with you and the
1 f{ !}7k
merchants who continue in general
If he's got enough "needful" h. 'children, and he will keep as long as
favor and popularity. want, unless become careless -
moves to Florida, buys or builds himself you you
Advertising not only attracts cus- a home and prepares to settle and you set him in. too cool a

tomers but its continued use inspires down to a life of ease and comfort place. LENT IS HERE

confidence of the buying public in Then h. gets to worryin' about whatto

the integrity of a business that is do with the rest of his jack; he .:..:.;..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;..:..:..:..:..:......:..:..:..: '

prepared at all times to stake its starts lookin' for a safe Investment
reputation for quality and value in HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES GO TO CHURCHDr.
that will bring! him in some income.
the public prints. -Miami Herald.A Weekly from Home Demonstration
Sooner or later he'll break out Specialists, Tallahassee

in business again. :Maybe it is real

A CANAL WARNING estate and then again it may be ..:--:..:..:..:..:.;..:--:..:..:-:..:...:..:.;..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:..:..: D. J. WilliamsFr.

something he knows something
Congressman Paterson calls a
about. Anyhow, he gets tired of just
timely attention to a "possible analogy" -- J. F. Walsh
sittin' around and he starts picklin'papayas .
between what has happenedin and "Safe, safe at home," the mariner
harvesting saw-grass
California and what would happen -
in old but is home
brand sang an song;
first thing you know we got a
in Florida. if the ship canal is new industry in the state and then really so safe? The National Safety Jf[ .fi; 'ifE! '
put through.
we gotta build some houses to take
-- ----- -
The Sacramento river was deep-
care om employees and that bringson
ened 30 feet, and there has been a more schools and stores and a lot

marked and damaging encroachmentof of other things.
salt water; in the Sacramento-San
Now when just a few folks do that
Joaquin delta. Members of Congress
it is what the statisticians call "nat
from California so reported to": the
ural growth", but when about half SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDSRecord
Board of Engineers, ascribing the
the United States gets the same idea
trouble to the deepening of the river.
at the same time, it becomes a
Mr., Peterson asked the Board to con-
"boom" and that's exactly what the
sider this situation in making fur-
tell is fixin' to happen.
prophets us
ther recommendations on the Flor-

ida canal. Now personally, I'm a, total lossas of Dividends of

a statistician and ,I can't point

PROTECTING THE BASS FISH with pride to my battin' average as : ': :" ..'t: :. ..... : ":-:':'; ;:-, ;"' '.' Clewiston Home Building Association

-- a prophet-but just the same I do ..- '': ; : ..::.' <" '..-...:.,, _......,. f-<, :>; :: ',' .'

The policy of the county commis- know that there are more folks interested .: "':>, ". :..' RATE RATE.

sioners toward protection of the in Florida right now thanat > '

black bass, one of the greatest assets any time since the last boom and I' YEAR PERCENT YEAR PERCENT

of the county of Polk in the way more of 'em gettin' like that every .
1 1928 5.5 1 1933 : 6 ,
CffJ ;. -
attracting : =
of winter visitors has beenso ; <
uncertain: and so vacillating thatit day.No state in the Union offers the '. ... .. 1929 7 1934 .hA.6:;
was no great surprise to see the homeseeker and investor a greater > : .
1930 4 J 1935 W 6
: :.
.. ,.... .,. .
fish protected for two months for a opportunity than does Florida today -: .t' '. -

time then the protection cut down to and that little secret is bein' noised t '.' ;a... ,'., : 1931" 4 J 1936 ..::.: '. ',.,_...6 ..
t.i.; '1,." '. .. ;:;; -,. .-.
one, so that now, sport fishing is I around so far and so fast that It ( -- J 1932 6 or; "

forbidden for but one month, from ain't even funny. 't.i :: : : ;:, ': ':' ', ,

April 1 to May 1. I The real estate offices are already r ., : ., .r' : ; ;

The Highlander hopes the legisla- .
back on the ground floor and itwon't "
ture, sown! to convene, will do some- be long before a lot of guys

; thing of a state-wide nature to pro- will break out with linen knickers, CALL :BY THE HOME

; tect bass during their spawning sea and when that happens you mightas

son. If it is left to the county commissioners well get to work and whittle outa BUILDING OFFICE FIRST

there it won't be long before nice stack of subdivision stakes Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND I
will be no bass to protect. Itsa
and lookin' to
start on your maps
sin and a sham 3 to take bass in make sure just what the township, return. Home Building has never paid TALK THINGS OVER.

; > spawn.; -Lake Wales Highlander. range and section is on that forty dividends of less than 4 percent per year. .. '

acres you been hangin' on to all this
::L AN EDITOR'S DESIRE time feelin' certain 'that sooner or In these days of reduced interest on savings ,

: -- later somethin' would happen. accounts and reduced returns on other '.' .
i h, Our ambition is to have in our' pa- ,
But this time don't be a sap. Remember -
:f per each week something that in- forms of investment ,Home Building offers .
the time to sell is when the
forms, something that enlightens, "
c' something that entertains and something other guy WANTS to BUY and if the conservative, thrifty investor the investment _

f' that inspires. If we can ac- you want to be sure of your profitdon't : best suited to his needs. In-
hold out for the last dime. The
._ complish this in even a small way in more folks who make a few dollars !. vestigate Clewiston Home Building Asso-
each issue we can feel that our efforts ; j
;. on top of you, the safer you'll be. "
have not been entirely in vain ciation whether intend investing as
It is the last sale that is the easiest I
and that we have met with some ,
{ measure of success. -Titusville to make and the hardest. to cash in little as 5.00 per month or as much as BUILDING

Star-Ad voea te. on. $1,000.00( in a lump sum, you'll find a
But on the other hand I'm prob-. ASSOCIATIONPHONES

The Cafeteria I ably wastin my; breath because the Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements.

The cafeteria's Sist noted devel- folks who went thru ache probably know tha Jby heart!
opment was in Lo; Angeles in 1905,
but there were sr' eral restaurants : and the .others just won't believe it.I

of this type i.') New York and Chi-'1 I and will have tp." find out for themselves -, -',{ 'I'J : .' .' \

P3go much earlier.I I' I II



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..=NN:N M:NNN:..;N N:N:N:N:N:L:+(N:N:N:N:.:N:N:.,Nh. Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart has returned -, A number of Clewiston people 1. Rachel Miner, Gracie Ward, MaryJ
.. Elements in Sun
from West Palm Beach, where were among the guests of Mr. and Louise Thomas. Faith and Dorothy!II Most of the
t Personal Mention =. she spent several days with her Mrs. J. B. Miller ,at Canal Point ,Mitchell, Louise Prewitt, Patricia j earth, like iron elements sodium found and on the

i. daughter Miss Dorothy, who is a pa- Sunday, when the Millers entertained Ann Bailey, June Colyer, Bobb are also the ripper
.:-:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:. tient in Good Samaritan Hospital with a spend-the-day party cele- Smith, Larry Knapp Joe Schroeder have determined.in sun, scientists

brating Mrs. Miller's birthday. Mr I Charles Benbow i,
S. A, Nail of Canal Point visited Richard Knight

relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moores, Mrs. and Mrs. C. E. Nail Mr. and Mrs.R. Gene and Solon :Mills and Charles I ...AI...........N......NNM.. .. ....;N........................................-.........-..-: ....
C. Nowling, Mr., and Mrs. Harry Miner. ....
Alice :Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
Canal Point Ross I; Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Colyer Mr. Miss Dorothy Craig assisted Mrs.II
Mrs. J. W. Thomas of ley of Columbus Ohio were
was a visitor in Clewiston Tuesday. guests of Dr. and Mrs D. J. Williams and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Miss Mar- McCracken and Mrs. Gallant in entertaining Good I III
Tuesday. I, jorie Hood and E. E. Kelley attended. the children and in serving Farm

Mrs. Milton H. Crouch was a visi- I I the birthday cake and ice cream. I II

tor in West Palm Beach Wednesday, Mr. and .Mrs. Walker Nail spent I Ii II i
the week-end in Mr.Nail's .I 1
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley
sister Mrs. R. W. Wainwright -- i ,
and son, Kay spent Sunday in Oke and other relatives. Jones Bryant accompanied -I '
Linkswiler entertaineda
Mrs. G. E. Rent
Trixie fOl'
Tuck bride-elect
chobee. I a ,
--- them. group of children Thursday afternoon -'I who left Tuesday afternoon for Tuscaloosa .
on the fourth birthday of
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg was honor guest at a fare
spent Wednesday in West Palm Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Whatley and I her daughter Patricia. -' "well party and miscellaneous showIer

Beach. daughters of Sebring were guests of An Easter motif was used in the given by her sister Miss Doyle > '
I I.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Sunday. decorations and Easter bunnies were Tuck. I

-- They were accompanied by Mrs. W.I given as favors to the guests. H.I,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred I. Hill and Mrs.C. The guest list included Mrs. J. I
H. Whatley mother of Mrs. Prew-I Joining in the party were Johnnie Doty Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, Mrs. Olivier I
L. Downs were visitors in West
Palm Beach Saturday.P. itt. Schiffli, Shirley Owen Barbara I I Shapard, Mrs. R. Embry Mrs. F. j II TrespassersWill I
I and Billy Broadfoot, Bobby Smith, M. Rodriguez, Mrs. H. E. Theus,
Kay Bowden,. Clark Ironmonger;i iI Be
G. Bishop and a party of friends Rev. Fr. Leo VonMach and his I Mrs. J. B. Hawkins, Mrs. D. E.
from Miami were visitors, in Clewis- sister, Miss Margaret VonMach, of Jean Yenawine and Patricia and Jones, Mrs. Lloyd Bullen Mrs. C. I ProsecutedClewiston

ton Monday.Mrs. Detroit, Michigan, were visitors fora I Joan Linkswiler. W. Fuller, Mrs. Tom Hurst, Mrs.

short time at the home, of Mr. and Doug Royer, Mrs. Georgia Rogers,
WILLIAM MCCRACKEN IS HOST Mrs. E. L. Hayes, jr., Mrs.G.. E. Deg- I
Mrs. M. E. VonMach. The visitors
Ray Bolton of Tampa came I AT BIRTHDAY PARTY MONDAY "
left to spend several days in Miami ler, Mrs. George Terrell, Miss Lois I I
(> Sunday for a visit with her sister .
after which they plan to return to I ,Terrell, Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs. :Max-,
Mrs. B. E. Nail, jr. William McCracken, jr., entertained -
Clewiston for a, longer visit with ie Gregory, Mrs. G. Suggs, Mrs. Geo. ,
their relatives here.E. I a group' of friends Monday after- Johnson, .Mrs. J. L. McDaniel, Mrs.j
Miss Sue Maxwell of Pahokee was noon at "the home of his grandparents -
Ruby Morgan, Mrs. L. R. Jacobi,I
the guest of Mrs. Elbert Stewart and Mr.and Mrs. A. N. Gallant on
Mrs. :M. Meluh, Mrs. E. C. Mills Mrs
other friends here Tuesday.Mrs. L. Hayes, jr., of Clewiston and I the government reservation. The oc- M. Meluh, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. B.i And
Miss Aline Anderson of Fort Meade I casion was in celebration of his sev- Realty
A. Bourne andMrs.. Winn.
R. W. Hare jr., and' son of were married in Fort Meade on enth birthday. The honoree received a host of
{ March 6 tho Mrs. has Guests included Evelyn Mahon,
Canal Point spent the week-end here Hayes joined lovely and useful 'gifts. A delicious DevelopluentCorporation
visiting relatives.Mrs. I her, husband here and is residing at Shirley Moon, Mamie Johnson Shir- refreshment course was served at
\ the barracks. Another bride among ley Benbow, 'Harriet and Carol Joy the close of the afternoon.

Charles W. Stinger and.' the sugar house employees is Mrs.j. Alston, Mitzi Knapp, Shirley Owen

daughter, Jill, of Chicago arrived !' L. McDaniel who was married on I!I Mary Ellen Smith, W. D. Raines, I '

Wednesday and are guests of, Mr. March 3rd. Mis. McDaniel was.,, Miss I i jr., Jean Yenawine, Bevoly Flani- READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS

and Mrs. F. Deane, Duff. Knight of Ashburn, Georgia. I ken, Jo Anne Crouch Nancy Wright, i ..............................:...................................:......;.......--.... rt ..

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Mr. and Mrs A. O. Ward left Wednesday -

for jAcksonville where they I

were called by Ue: serious illness of

Mr. Ward's irother..: Ii \

Mrs. Jessie B. Pnrrlyof Daytona :

Beach, and ft;"g. C.tirie Killam of

Yarmouth, No.ri Scotia, were guestsof .
Mrs. T. B. Shelley Wednesday.Max ;

1reluedneSday- :; for

West Palm Beach where he entered ,

Good Samaritan Hospital for

,r 1
\ Aq.Y' -
Mrs. James A. Rumbley returned

,L Saturday to her; home in Okeechobee J
after visiting Mrs. J. W. Ezelle .

('R. for a few days. .t /, ',, ,.' ;

Mrs. J. M. Bock of Tampa, and :'I"M, : ) .f-, ''.. ,, i, .-..;,-, ,f J;,;..>. ./
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Flanders of ': "' ': : : : ,"/:
: ',: :
Moore Haven were 'visiting friendsin

Clewiston Sunday afternoon. +S<. .. vp t;:: 7 ,., +w. t y ;o}; ,(, : ''' ,' ,{. -t,; i

I '
: .
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reichard of ; :. A f kf ; '

Jacksonville are guests of their son- ,'",:' f .

in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .;

Gordon S. Mobley. .
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Mrs.\ Paul Rardin of Canal Point
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and her mother, Mrs. J. W, Strick- ;

land of Glenville, Georgia, were vis- '
itors in Clewiston Tuesday.

Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Zerney 'r

Meredith, Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs:

A. A. Munroe spent Friday shoppingin
Fort Myers. I

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Mrs. J. Hutto of Cocoa, and her ,
Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn : j
granddaughters, ; ::(.
and Mrs. Lewis Davis of Canal Point .
t. J
visited in Clewiston Tuesday.Mr. [.;-, ,_ ', ', ',-",: :,";'", 0, .': ..,:: _.\, 'J.,,' l' .J
o I f. ,"' ,
i "." '' t- .\ : r : ''j

and Mrs. W. W. Liddell of La- ; .' !' .,
Belle have moved to Clewiston and

are occupying a residence in Saga- ;
more Court. Get both co

0, Mrs. D. G. 'Degler of High, Springs I \

arrived Friday to join her husband,
who is employed for the season at the

sugar house.

Mrs. Charles-Gordon-, of Norwich, PEAK ECONOMY !

Connecticut who is spending a win-

ter vacation in Florida was an inter-

ested guest in Clewiston this week.

You all advantages- sacrifice -
C. L. Downs returned ,Monday from get you

Hendersonville, North Carolina,

where he attended the funeral of his NEW HIGH-COMPRESSION PERFECTED HYDRAULIC ,.:
: nothing-when buy a new
aunt, Mrs. Ida B. Sprecher. VALVE.IN-HEAD ENGINE you BRAKES "-

-- (With Doubte-Artleularod
A. W. Sias, who is assisting temporarily Broke She Linkage)
NEW ALL-SILENT, 1937 Chevrolet with New High-
in the West Palm Beach post l
office, spent the week-end at his ALL-STEEL BODIES SAFETY PLATE GLASS
(With Solid Sleet. Turret andUnlileel .
home here. Construction) Valve-in-Head 1
Compression Engine (at no extra coil)

Miss Trixie Tuck left Tuesday for
her home in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, SPEEDLINE STYLING VENTILATION
after residing here for several V ,

months with_ her brother at the bar- '

(a! no extra coil) **
(at no extra coal)
V Mr. and Mrs. Larry Knapp and
children have moved to the CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION
gove1'1lment General Motor tnstpayments mrnt Plan *Kntt-Action and Shockproof
reservation and are occupyingthe monthly to tail your General Motor Sold Corporation Steering on Matter Df LuxtmoJfli
house recently vacated by Mr. purse. DETROIT MICHIGAN n1y.CLEWISTOl'l .
and Mrs. Mark Lawler. -- L '.

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Friends of Mrs. :M. C. Johnson, regret -
i, to learn that: she: is again con- MOTOR COMPANY
- fined to the Frt M'err Horpital af-

ter spending veral dayd here at the

home of her,daughter, Mrs, A, It Clewiston Florid!

EroatJfoot ._.;.

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BY / fl Va fnt'1.lt e )


(!ClYlt2 Lady Nancy

/ Astor

Virginia 3atter Bread

Copyright by Macrae Smith 00. 1 pint of buttermilk
WNU Service
Vz teaspoonful of soda
,," Alfalfa Leaf Meal Favored Little piece of butter, and pieceof

I. During Winter. lard the size of a small egg.

SA cupful of meal
CHAPTER VIIIContinued18 Later she became conscious of'' ."Hello, stranger. I haven't seen First melt the butter and lard
her wrist his Dy Roy S. Dearstyne, Head North Carolina
Dr. Carey holding summer.
i you State College Poultry Department. together. Then mix in the other
finger on her pulse. His face was I "It has been a long 'time." WNU Service.
revelation and in last
; Fluvanna gasped as ,ingredients put one
?" grave. Hugh fumbled.. "Everything go- Poultrymen find it harder to give of
'r "Kezzie! Not, Jerry heaping teaspoonful baking
; came."I suppose we couldn't keep it "I must have fainted," she mur- ing well?" he inquired after a their birds a well balanced diet in powder. Bake twenty to thirty

'i{ much longer. You'd have heard. mured. pause. cold weather when little if any minutes.
"You must have indeed." "Everything." feed is available. .
f: In fact I'm surprised Lizzie hasn't green Copyright.-wNUService..
l' been over already, ranting to you!" A day or so later he said, "You'll' "I must be getting back to the Even if some green feed is avail
have to face it, Fluvanna; that office. ,By the way, you're with able
a Fluvanna shook her head, gave a the birds usually do not have
hopeless sound in her throat. heart of yours is a leaky old or- Ronny. How come?" access to it, as most of them will A Touch of Spring

"Don't you realize what you've gan. With care it might see you Ellen's 'lashes swept her cheeks, be confined in houses to protect

1 done? It's not Lizzie-it's Ellen! through some little time-a year, then 'she raised her eyes unflinch- them against' severe cold. Upon Your Linens
two-three. And then again ." "I because he askedme. r
The poor child had confided in me. suppose To keep birds in good health and __ x.
t, for the She listened to him with no feel- ."
all spring. She was in love shock. Had not in- to maintain egg production, add Could you ask foi a daintier,
J first time in her life! Oh, presentiment ing told her some that, it "I'm squelched! But I thoughtI five per cent dehydrated alfalfa more Springlike wreath? Here'sa

,t. Kezzie-Kezzie!" was given to understandthatyour leaf meal to their mash. Keepa bit of embroidery that's unfailingly -iL\
Kezia drew her mother's hands would not" be long? "And then interest lay in another direc- close check on the body weightof lovely, and always easy to

down from her face, which she again-? tion. That soulful young chap, Jer- layers autumn
"Three months-six months." as heavy egg pro- do!-Pattern 5570, which will givean
!, had covered. Her voice was light burden children ry." duction tends to drain their weight old or new bedspread a quick
won't with
and winning. "Sweetest darling such Death my shouldn't be, her- ,He saw an odd thing. A quiverof and vitality beauty treatment. You can use
Mother, you'll allow him to come news. pain, so sentient,' so defenseless,
alded months in advance. It's Give more scratch feeds if they gayly colored floss both for the
the house You said you an crossed her face that he
to ? thought
{ individual-matter." She smiled are under weight, but reduce the lilac clusters and their dainty
{f would! And you'll be nice to him little. a she was going to faint. Then she amount of scratch feed if they bow and just the easiest of

when he ? was controlled she even smiled.
comes ;
So her son and daughgers only are, too fat. Excess fat is not good
:f Fluvanna thought, "Was she real- "Haven't you heard? His interest
for the birds. Neither is it advis-
heard that the fainting attack
was "
{. ly thinking of marrying him? lies in another direction.
brought on by exhaustion and the able to waste money on overfeed-
"Yes, he may come to the house. hot weather. There was some talk "I haven't heard a thing," he ing. ,
;: There must be no more secret replied frowning. "Mind if I
and of cli- say
of a'trip a change It is not too early to'start think.
meetings. mate, but this Fluvanna vetoed and he has rotten taste? ing about next year's feeding pro-
"You lamb! She kissed her
the matter was dropped. She laughed on a low note. "Loyal gram. If you have land suitablefor
mother. "And you'll not say any- as ever! But-people growing scratch feeds plan to
thing to make him uncomfortable? '
CHAPTER IX raise your own and save the expense -
He's very sensitive. He said it "Yes do said slow
-they Hugh of buying it. This will in R
almost made him shriek the way
His predicament made
As the weeks wore by Hugh experienced ly. own crease your profits.
the Pendletons looked down on '
him alive to the remote suffering
more -
him!" the disintegrating This past year's high prices
split emotions. Try as he wouldhe in her eye '. "Call on me should point out more strongly than
It was Fluvanna's swift thoughtthat "
if there's anything .
could not reconcile the situa-
receiving Jerry casually and before the importance of producing
,''_ pleasantly might ,remove the tion into ease of mind. It was likea Ellen shook her head firmly. scratch feed at home when possible.Are .
broken dish which had been "Thanks-there's nothing."
piquancy of the situation as far as un- you satisfied 'with the, per-
;' Kezia was concerned. "I'll be careful skilfully mended. You saw at once Ronny came back from the tele- formance of your flock?. If not,
the ugly dark line where.it'. had phone with apologies. Hugh spoketo
f of his-sensitiveness, she re- plan to replace your birds with Pattern 5570
plied. been joined together. Grudginglyhe him and then took his departure.He better stock.
V 5,.' Kezia. looked at her doubtfully. admitted that Dorrie seemed to found, himself wishing he did In instances poultrymenwill s'tit-ches-blanket, single, outline,

'\ Then, "I knew I could count on be making an effort to efface her not have to go back to the office; step many out ahead ,if they do no lazy daisy and French knots.In .

\;' you to understand," she mur II conduct; she was conciliatory, con-, the work had gone flat to him and breeding from their present flocks, Pattern 5570 you will find a
sulted his ,wishes in a new way. he found' himself struggling to con- transfer of
': mured. "I'll go out and help Anna but replace their birds in the spring pattern one
get the lunch on the table." : This last was disconcerting for it centrate on the simplest 'problems. with highly bred chicks from a re- spray 15 by 20% inches; one bow-

:.: She went out directly lunch was I continually reminded him of the When he hung up hi:. hat Miss liable source. knot 4Vi by 12% inches; two'

i\; over. About one o'clock it beganto reason. She had been wont to demand Ruskin passed with a paper in her sprays 3 by 5} inches and two

,' to rain,' a cold ,drizzle. The rain not to appeal. She did not hand. "Mr. Sloan wants to see sprays 3% by 314 inches; color k :\

was too late to help the baked try to get another maid when Til- you,' Mr. Marsh." Good Laying Old Hen Is suggestions;; illustrations of all

farms and gardens, but was sooth- I lie left, studied a cook book, and He ''went, into the office of the Valuable Expert Says stitches used; material require- 4i
had She ,
dishes for dinner.
ing to taut nerves, strained with president. Sloan was telephoningbut ments.
too much heat and sunlight. Flu- carefully recounted where she had he nodded him to a chair. "The longer a hen lives and lays'at To obtain this pattern send 15

vanna wandered about the house been each day, .as if to reassure i "Marsh," he began briskly whenhe a. profitable rate the greater is cents in stamps or coins (coins

:. ; rather forlornly. him.He hung up the receiver, "how her ,potential value as a breeder." preferred) to The Sewing Circle '

r;' She would take a hot bath, and had a new wife-but at what would you like to take vacation?" This short poultry principle is ad- Household Arts Dept., 259 W.

'. then a nap. No, she would lie down price-he told himself. Althoughhis Hugh felt a faint perspirationbreak vanced by Dr. N. F. Waters of the Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y.

',. first. That odd pain which she longing for her did not ,cease, out on his forehead. "You poultry husbandry staff at Iowa

:): : had so often lately, was coming became more powerful as he be- mean 'you're not satisfied with my. State college, who, has carried on Subduing FearThe

(:..a back. She went into her room and came more aware of it, it was a work?" an important breeding program
: closed the window where the rain hideous thing, humiliating him be- with the college poultry flock dur- brave man is not he who
he before it. He Sloan gave a short laugh. "Lookin feels no fear; for that were stupid
' beat in. Someone came in the cause was helpless ing the past several years. In applying -
was often short and curt with her, the glass, my boy. You've been actual and irrational; but he whose noble
:':. front door without ringing thbell.. the principle to prac-
'' then to make up for it, was care- off color for a month. Run away soul subdues its fear and bravely
that the
r; She heard 'Dorrie's voice down- tice Waters points,out aver-
for a week or so, play golf, keep dares the danger which it shrinks
fully polite.
rF.:? <. home? age poultryman will do well to use
, One he went' into out in the open air, forget the busi- from.-Joanna Baillie.
: day a new
:f. : ',. "Up here, Dorrie. She sat down as breeders those birds which have
You're heading for
; in chair restaurant for lunch. The owner ness. some- proved their ability to produce
oji;.. : suddenly a overcome
illness I
; had achieved the synthetic atmos- thing-an sayityou of
:' weakness consistently over a long period
'..':, "I brought you a cake I, made phere ot a Moorish inn, stone floors, don't snap out'of it. TAKE NO CHANCES
t' rude fireplaces, and jugs before a The thought clicked in Hugh's time.Waters IIlI'
myself, said Dorrie. claims a world's record 4:( USE ONLYGENUINE
drinking fountain in the wall. The brain that twice lately he had
"How delicious that will be!
for Longevity
Lady a phenomenal -
place was dimly lighted and it was heard of men sent on vacations by 0-CEDAR POLISH.
You're so thoughtful, Dorrie. Dor- hen in the college flock, which
not until he had ordered that he thoughtful companies, men who ina
,''i' rie was a 'good child. produced 1,504 eggs in seven years, ,, RESTORES LUSTRE
Pendleton lunch- few days received a wire that
saw Ellen eating
l:. "I haven't had a maid lately. of 214.7
an average eggs per year. QUICKLY AND EASILY
their services would be
with Wakes. They oc- no longer
: eon Ronny
; .: I've been doing everything This hen has been used
my- 'every yearas
cupied a red leather wall seat just needed. "I'm all right, he an- ITS BEEN PROTECTING
self. Dorrie seemed to seek
;!: ap a breeder, and many thousand 1
: proval. I opposite him. swered brusquely." "I .feel better birds in the college flock show some lam', FURNITURE AND

c(3\ "Did Tillie get another place?" Ellen was talking animatedly to working. relationship to her. i FLOORS FOR 28 YEARSDON'r
lit- His superior played with his
I Ronny, frequent laughter a
> "She had to home because her
Careful selection of laying hens
tle ,feverish in its gaiety. Pre-: fountain pen. "Something bother,
fi: mother
was sick. I wanted to do
t}> it thought I'd feel better." occupied with his own affairs, he ing you?" he inquired. together with a definite breeding ?..*.$ SUBSTITUTESCultivate /
will increase the
: had seen and heard nothing of El- Hugh did not answer. program, greatly
Fluvanna bit her lip with the sud-
derived from poultry Wat-
profits ,
len for some time, and when Ron- "Financial?
: den pain, closed her eyes. After ers believes, and he has found that !
left the table to Hugh "No.
gS. a moment she heard Dorrie's voice, the following characteristics should
crossed ( )
;, sounding as if it were far-off, ,"You form the basis for an intelligent

look so strange." --- selection of breeding stock: Fertil-

I., She did not answer. Then seeingDorrie's Initials U. S. Coins Stand for the ity, .hatchability, livability, rapid
;.. eyes fixed on her in a kind on feather development, body growth,

"S r. : an of fright effort,: Fluvanna"Don't mind answered me.; with I'm Name of the Designer; Custom an Old, One egg body production weight, ,constitutional egg weight, vigor adult

.:: terribly upset and worried." If the initial "F" below the date. fortunately was erased. and last but not least, longevity.

I ;. "You know about it?" asked of the Buffalo nickel has intriguedyour The silver dollar of 1878 bore on

':'.,- Dorrie, a little sharply. interest, you,will want to know both sides the signature of the designer Thought

." Fluvanna nodded. Dorrie musty that it is that of J. E. Fraser, the and engraver G. T. Morgan, When Eggs Are Fertile Cultivate thought, for you have \

I' ; have heard about Kezia and Jerry designer. \ in the form of an "M." In like man- Research work has indicated thatan to be alone with it so many times.
r' too. That was the reason for this The practice of placing the signa- ner the letter "B," the signature of egg is fertile within 20 hours

.';: visit, the cake was an offering of ture of the engraver upon a coin C. 'E. Barber, appeared on the half after the male is introduced in the

.)y:,, sympathy." "It's all so sad-so cru-, goes back hundreds of years. Many ,dollar, quarter and dime of 1892. flock, but this is the extreme case At Your Best !

r: el. She sighed. of the Greek coins are signed with When Saint-Gaudens designedsome and impractical from the breeders'
Free From Constipation
.:: Something leaped in Dome'sface the initials of the artist and in some of the recent gold pieces his standpoint, advises an authority at \
beats clean system for
; something rebellious and un- instances with his full name. monogram "ASG" appeared on the I the North Carolina State college. Nothing a
kind. "Hugh told you! He, said hehadn't few the For general farm conditions it is health!
Comparatively signatures'appear eagle below date. He did not At the first sign of constipation,
on the coins of the United sign the eagle die. The half eagle best to wait until the fifth day after take purely vegetable BlackDraughtfor
"No, not Hugh. I just heard it
States. There was none at all until and quarter eagle were signed "B. mating before selecting eggs for 'prompt relief.

?-. today. I suspected something- John B. Longacre's appeared on the L. P.," the initials of Bela L. Pratt. hatching. This is especially true Many men and women say' that Black-
things puzzled me. I asked Kezia. such refreshing relief. By
where the male has been used more Draught brings
i double of 1849. His The half
eagle signaturewas current dollar bears
It took her a long time, but finally on Its cleansing action, poisonous effects of
she told also found on the $3 gold pieceof its face in the field under the head than one year.Bronchitis. constipation are driven out you soon
me. efficient. _
+ Dorrie's lip curled. "Kezia!" 1854. On the Indian head cent the initial "F" for Anthony de Fran- :feel Black-Draught better more costs less than most

:. ; Why did Dorrie speak in that commencing with the 1864 minting cisci. The half dollar of 1916 bearson in PoultryThe other laxatives.

i-<:;. tone? Why did' she stare at her there is an "L" placed modestly on the reverse in the lower right term bronchitis mean BLACK-DRAUGHT 0
the ribbon from the back part of field the of the artist may
;: with such a hostile gaze? Suddenly much little it is understoodby
or as
i;1 the pain in Fluvanna's chest the band of the feather bonnet down A.,A. Weinman. These initials also the poultryman., A simple cold A GOOD LAXATIVE

gripped her; her heart began to over the hair. appear on the reverse of the dime. "on the lungs" is bronchitis if it

:\' beat with quick hammer like In 1836, before the signed dies of On the face of the quarter will be involves the larger bronchial tubes WNU-7 10 37
Longacre appeared, Christian Go- found "M" for Hermon Mac-
E'-; strokes. Faster and faster until they an and it may be mild or severe. Its
': pain seemed to be bursting hers brecht had signed the dies of his Neil.
: treatment is not by fumigation or SORES BOILS 11
lungs. The room revolved swiftly silver dollar, using his full name at The Lincoln penny originally bore other popular but ineffective 'measures ATHLETE'S FOOT, ,BURNS,

1 ., like a whirling black disk with a first in the lower portion of the the initials of V. D. Brenner, but but by giving the flock good IS CUTS nd ITCHING SKIN

r. ',' circle of light at the center. The coin and later on the bust of Lib- after an issue of nearly 30,000,000 care. These include warm, dry, (AI SOUR LOCAL DRUG stowS
: circle of light bei.ame smaller and erty. But only patterns were made pieces the signature was removed. well-ventilated poultry houses, sufficient 1," 4 M IOSI/AID N NI?.rk.

smaller until the blackness blottedIt from the signed dies and when the Some years later the initials were food of good quality clean i \ \+ BO SON CHtMoa PRODUCTS Co '

out altogether. She knew nothing design of the coin was finally accepted restored in minute characters on water, freedom from drafts. 1.\ )ACAONVIIII.lOAlOA

the name of the artist un- the base of the bust.



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And wars a.nd misery
Dean of the Moody Bible,Instituteof But ?.11 throopn :;
(!; Western Newspaper union., troubles
deep I'll: keep

!fJ. the Lives of Little A little ,on9 In me. "I'
Lesson for March 14 D I L Events in Men I 0 1V7Yt"hqQL

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LESSON TEXT John 16:5-7; 17:14.26. ..,..,
GOLDEN TEXT That they may be ...
one, even as we are one. John 17:22. E SEI DUR .,,:'
PRIMARY TOPIC -When Jesus Prayedfor Jk? ) / ,',
His Friends. ::' I SDN ccIL1 i'
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Me JUNIOR? TOPIC-Did 'Jesus Pray for :'.;J

Jesus Praying for Us.
Unity with God and One Another.


The assurance that someone is
praying for us is an anchor in a
time of storm. Many a'man or ]

woman has been on the point of giv-.

ing up in despair, of yielding to Using Beef Fat Pour off the ..
temptation, and has been carried; fat from the pan in which the :
() through to victory by the interces- roast of beef has been cooked. Putit
sion of a godly mother or father. in a bowl and let cool until it '::

Just to know that someone prays starts to harden. Then beat well
for us is to find strength for the with a fork. Afterwards it may
knees that have weakened and for be used in place of lard.
the heart that has all but failed. *

Infinitely more precious is the When cream will not whip, add
truth of our lesson, that the Lord the white of one egg and thoroughly
Jesus himself prayed for each one chill before whipping.
of his followers. John 17:20 makes *

clear that while he prayed for those One gallon of coffee will serve
who were with him at the time, he
25 medium sized cups. The size
i also included in his petition all who / w IA! ( if that would accompany a dessert

i since that day have come to be- (( after a dinner.
lieve on him because of their testi- I If *

mony. NWoao SEM ( I ILF Rayons should be pressed witha
Before entering his inex- (( .'
upon warm, but not hot iron. A hot
pressibly precious and beautiful iron will melt
l some synthetic ma-
prayer, the Lord gave to his followers PAT r terials.

a promise which was of vital i// *
importance. Dishes that have '''contained sugar -
I. A Promise (16:5-7). s or greasy articles should be
Persecution is coming, and Jesus soaked in hot water before .
will not be with them to meet the washing.
t trying hour. He "is about to enter *

upon that final scene in his earthlylife ''iEAHrtH WOMIN/ BE wIJNy A couple tablespoons of molasses -
which will bring it to its end SO YEZ. BE I T\J WIFE/I THINKS THAT WAY- ,I'LL' SAY I Dot'yEz will make beans brown
in "a, place called the place of a SOIslrJA O "DOMf POT < NOT AFTER THE nicely.
skull. I IS NO FAITH iM V EXPERIENCE: Associated Newspaper-WNU Service.

How then can he say to them that .F'N I : GHOSTS, MOW, /' I HAP
it is expedient for them that he go DO yez,2
away? Because he will send the
Comforter, the Holy Spirit. Studentsof
the Scriptures recognize in the 'NN .
I Holy Trinity an inscrutable mystery e
I but receive the teaching of the I \
Bible concerning the ministries of Y n

the three persons in the one God- l\\
head with glad and thankful hearts.It ; E fl2'K

is a subject which cannot be en- I \

tered into here, but which richly : y Before you go to.bed, rub your

rewards careful study. Suffice it chest and throat with Penetro;
to that while the Holy Spirit
say then hot cloth Relief ....
: OF apply : ;
has always been active in the earth,
he did enter upon a ministry of a quickly follows because Penetrois
special nature'when Jesus had goneto : THE stronger. It contains 113% to

be with the Father. 227% more medication than any
The essence of the work of the IFI 50 THE NEXT other nationally sold cold salve.
Holy Spirit is to glorify Christ (16: WHIT yIS ? WHOLEFHoUSE I
I I WAKES. UP ONE THE And because Penetro has abase
14), and in so doing he convicts the I '
unbeliever of sin and guides the 0 2 MKsHT\ AND SEES ROBBED'/ I, DON'j of mutton suet, it conserves
believer into all truth. The mark of THAT A GHosT IN MY HAVE:'' A NY, I and concentrates body heat to
a Spirit-filled Christian is that he : ROOMsAys I FAITH enable this strong medicationto
permits the to Christin RI '= "WHAt "DO yoU
Spirit glorify warm the skin, help break up
him and in his service.f or God. =-t WAIJT2" AND HE Y congestion and bring comfortand

II. A Prayer (17: 14-26). C SAYS XV'NUTHIN relaxation. In addition, the
When one enters the sacred I of
aromatic vapors Penetro are
precincts of John 17 he feels that
he has come into the holy of holies, I D inhaled into nasal passages to
and that he would ,not only' loose E ; 1 relieve the stuffiness' and soothe
F b k"-
the shoes from his feet, but also the inflamed area.

stand silent in worship and in By Ted \\4 Ask your druggist now for
praise. He prayed for me-for me!
Penetro to give relief at
Each student of this lesson will O'Loughlin you
wish to enter fully upon the mean- once, bring you rest tonight, and

ing of these words as he re-reads O.WNU .i\ '- ... 0 ; make you feel better tomorrow.

them, in the illumination of the Penetro is stainless and snow

Holy Spirit. May I suggest three white. 25c, 35c, 50c and $1 a jar.I
things which Jesus sought for 'His' I GoTTA LIST r GNE YOU
,o I 1PREX STIX For free sample, write
1. Consecration (vv. 14-16). No TheA IT OFF HALF AND NXBIXITCRAX" CORN CRISPIE$ AND "Qti1XFR" Penetro, Dept. S'86,

one is Christ's child without regen- POUND PReTzELS AND CAN of AND WHAT Memphis, Tennessee.

eration, but, sad to say,'there are LARD- ELSE 2 OLD THE:r1.5 SALVE[DrMUrrOMSSarMOOYLI :

many children in his blessed household .
who are not obedient, not spir- I I I
well and g.P.o".I',r1YVYn-Yl.IOIa
itually in
strong. They are
the world, they must be here, but
alas too many of them want to I
be as much like the world Vagabondage"All
as pos-
the vagabondage of the
sible. He prayed that be
we might
world begins in neglected child-
kept from evil, separate from the
world, kept by God even in a world, T 'NI-AT hood.-Victor Hugo.
that hates him and his truth.

,. ,2. Sanctification (vv. 17-21). This H $55 Miserable?
means to be set apart and cleansedfor

God's service. How is it accomplished bars Mamie Wilson of
? Through the truth. His E -422 W. 4th St. Hatties-
burg, Miss., said: "Back
Word is the instrument of sanctifi- ache, headache and a pain
cation. Little wonder that there is e in my side caused much
distress all due to func-
so little holiness of living when tt tional disturbances. The
'-PAX OF ThlE least little housework
the Word has so little opportunityto I IEXI VJHAX
would tire me out. I start
touch and cleanse the life. -H MEAPJ HAIE"Fbul. : PoTAXOESMAXSER ? ed taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
This separated life brings God's EGGS-" CAN Or= CAr VOLJn as a tonic and I ,was relieved of my pains
FRUIT -WHAT and aches my appetite was Increased and I
people into that unity of loveallin AXPARAGUXCAN TAUX RKSHT? felt so well and refreshed I really felt like a
Christ, and he in the Father-all E ELXSE ,? 'OF- new woman." Buy of your druggist cowl
.r up that "one great bundle
0. of love." MIL1A1 LIXY.
7. Not HalfWayThe
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;: 3. Glorification (vv. 22-26). When gates of friendship swing
Jesus came into the world in the Tri both ways.
flesh he voluntarily 'laid aside the D t
glory which was his, and which stillis

his, and which he prays ,that we 1
may behold. "But we all, with open $ -J DEAF or HARD OF HEARING?
face beholding as in a glass the ByOsborne By all means send for a freo booklet called"EARS"
glory of the Lord, are changed into, andi nst rocU'I'e.It which will describes prove the both world Interesting great
cstald to betto-hearing by means of the cenulne -
the same image" (II Cor. 3:18).
'. I I t ACOUSTICON. through which new joy
Thus in beholding his glory we I and happiness Marlon War can,AcoustScon be brouehtlntoyonrlue.Writ SSOSth Ave...
also may enter into his likeness. New York clty.andtho booklet will be mailed
WNU ass to yon without any obligation whatever.

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ST. MARGARETS: CATHOLIC FIND TREES CLUE ed to the sworn Bill of Complaintin

CHURCH "' the above entitled cause that the
----- I 1! TO THE ICE AGE. defendant Pete Warren is a resident

(Rev. Father J. I". Walsh, D. D., '!<'Ft; 'of Metter in the State of Georgia and

Pastor..: ) :: IJ Tree rings of the glacial age record that there is no person within the
m. State of Florida service of Summons
Mass 'each Sundsy at 8:30 a. the progressive cooling off of In ri'
1 Chancery on whom would bind the .
except on last Sunday of month the climate as the great ice sheets said defendant.It .

when mass Is 'at 10:30 a. m. ,, moved down from the north, stud is thereupon considered ordered .
ATLA11TICI ., >>
ies made Professor C. O. Rosen-
Communion Sunday; for the congregation by and adjudged that the defendant
is the first Sunday in. each ; .7: t;: dhhl, chairman of the Departmentof Pete Warren be and appear to the
said Bill of Complaint before
month. ..... : ....,. .' ...... or
i indicate.
I iotht\. '., cago, Monday the 5th day of April A. D.
Religious instruct attending ion public classes school for i? 3S;(;':;;; ; .>. ,:.:?.: <;::hK'QiULF Tree and other vegetable remains 1937 otherwise the same will pro-

all childrea of the glacial age have been foundin ceed exparte.It .

immediately after mass on Sundays. ofmE'l 'j wells at depths ranging from is further ordered that this or-

Junior (children's) choir meets 10 to 195 feet and in road cutsor der be 'published once a week for

WedneEdays 4:30 p. m. and Satur- : industrial excavations. In a well' four consecutive weeks in the.Clew-
: : \
days 9:30 a. m. at the church. !; I/: ; ;. \ ril in Kittson county a rich depositof ston News, a Newspaper General

I' ,-. plants of the Pleistocene age I Circulation in Hendry County, Flor- .
meets the second .
Catholic Men's Club .,.,.t.; ,., ., ,
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Monday in each, month at the Done and order this 22nd of
I : New York Times. day
Rectory at 7:30 p. m. I !i February A. D. 1937.WILLIAM .
? The tree rings in numerous piecesof
I ,
The Ladies Altar Society meets wood get progressively thinner, T. HULL,

the first Wednesday in each monthat .. .....>.' ; and during the last twenty to twen- Clerk Circuit Court.
'> < -:; '
the homes of the members run- } : I \ : > ty-five years of the life of the trees (SEAL) '; ;:" '.J

ning in alphabetical order at 3:00p. y..,<::: ':" '" S't:11:':'-. .d;. : ..,h"'j..... '.I the growing season was so short LOUIS O. GRAVELY, sf j
m. c < that only "spring wood" was laid Solicitor for Complainant. .
class each j- : ';; down. Because of the advancingice Feb. 24, March 5-12-19-26 1937
Convert instruction ;
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Friday a't 7 p. m. } ., : : J the temperature probably rose
8:00 : l high enough to permit growth only
at a. ;
First Fridays
Mass on ,.. .. _. ..... NOTICE OP
(: :'::': "':'::<:; ;:'" \\ -- '. ....,:i.:," .. / during a few weeks of each sum- TO APPLY
m. i; m ?inmj:=.:::., '\: -.....:'" ;,;-.'.' L FOR PASSAGE OP

Baptisms Lenten by appointment.Devotions Ji! q L \}.>Y'2: \ :: ir> :. i -, .l ', mer.Trees as old the as ice 260 indicate years when that SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION \

I< destroyed by
",: ,
Way )f the Cross nnd Benediction ", 1T the temperature decrease was not NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat

each Wednesday evening at 7:30. I uniform, but oscillated, probably be- the session of the Legislature of .:,i \

Serm* n and Benediction each Sun ; tbi'1r. cause there were advances and retreats Florida to convene in April, application -

day evening at 7:30. T \ -i-- of the ice during the periodof will be made for the passage of

Mass every week morning at 7:45..I : : the life of the trees. Finally the special or local legislation, the sub-

\ Visitors are always welcome. ice sheet buried the trees and their stance of which will be, as follows:
: An act relating to Sugarland
_record of the temperature.
: _
Drainage District, a Drainage

President's Secretary ; ,.. t 4.LJrL1tL District organized and existing
crqLdcs.' under the laws of Florida and
i Always Water Vapor in Air

flJtlTOfl 11 There is always water ,vapor pres- embracing lands within Hendryand

(Continued rrom page 1) : .t .. 7 : ent in air, but the amount varies Glades Counties; declaringthe
Tpj ; existence
business holds him at of said District,
-k over a wide range according to
? validating the creation thereof
\ Tallahassee. He finitely acceptedthe : ''the weather. It may be as low and declaring its boundaries

Feb. 22 date but has been unde- .-' >- as .1 per cent on a bitterly cold, creating within said District two;

cided about His ability to get away : clear day on the northern plains, Units; authorizing the construction -

for the March date which is a week or as high as 5 per cent on a of certain improvements -

before the legislature meets. .-. _: _' : steaming day in the tropics. and the making of repairs to

Other state cabinet officials, also f existing works; creating certain
board will : funds for monies of the District;
of the ,
ex-officio members
; providing for the levy assess-
be present, among them. State Treas- : .- PASSAGE OP ment and collection of special

urer Knolt, Comptroller Lee and Attorney SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION taxes or assessments for the

General Laiidis. Several former -- District; ascertaining and declaring -

governors, congressmen and' board NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN That benefits which have accrued -:
members who have bad a part in Route of the new 145-mile water- ened to yachtsmen with ceremoniesat !at the session' of the Legislature of to the lands of the Dis-

development of the :waterway also way across Florida that cuts 255 Stuart and Fort Myers on March'! Florida to convene in April, 1937, trict by virtue of works and improvements -
miles off the old route across Cape I application will be made for the pass- heretofore con-

will attend. Sable. The canal will be formally op- 22 and 23. :. age of special or local legislation, the structed; ratifying, confirming

substance of which will be, as follows -' and validating certain acts of

: the Board of Supervisors, Ag-
,games.J.sat down beside her and we made a small appropriation ;supplement An Act relating to Clewiston ents and Officers of the Dis-

I School Wgws talked over old times. I the monie3 allotted by the Drainage District a Drainage trict; cancelling and annulling

I Oh! I said, who is the man in the General Education Board. The work District organized and existing v certain taxes and assessments
under the laws of Florida and heretofore levied for said Dis-
was conducted in Florida independent -
dashing speed boat? Not Pat Mc-

Editor .............._.. .. ._JSthe Willis Gehee! Yes, I am afraid it is. of the State Agricultural College embracing lands within Hendry trict, and the liens'representing
1 County certain funds such taxes and assessments and
; creating ;
A .s't Editor rternice O'NealSports from headquarters at Live Oak. 'The II.
Well, I must be going now. I haveto for the monies of the District authorizing the issuance of
Editor ..-JLeRoy Hare Florida, Legislature appropriated $5-
; send a telegram. and providing for what purposes bonds for the purpose of refund !
i AdvIsor .. Ii5S Dorothy Lockhart 000 per'year from 1911 to 1914. the \:
J- When I arrived at the telegraph such funds may be expended; ing existing indebtedness of
1 Beginning in 191= some demon- providing for the levy, assess- the District and providing pro-
office I
was surprised to see Gladys strations with tomato canning club ment and collection of annual cedure therefor.
Willis sitting at the switchboard.
First Grade Ne\\s- I girls were conducted in Florida, and taxes and assessments; ratify- Dated this March 12, 1937.

Reading honor roll:' Kim Kolstad,, asked about Dot Hare and she told the home demonstration part of extension ing, confirming and validating BOARD OP: SUPERVISORSOF

Clifford Beatty. me that Dot was a very progressivenurse work thus had its beginning certain acts of the Board of SUGARLAND DRAINAGE

in one of New York's largest. two years before the creation of the Supervisors agents and officersof DISTRICT
Number honor roll: Mary Kath- hospitals. Agricultural Extension Service. the' District; cancelling and By F. D. DUFF,

ryn Dyess, Clifford Beatty, Mary annulling certain annual taxes Its President.
Just as ,I was leaving, in rushed Under the present set-up, which
Ruth Johnson. someone. Wait a minute, that was has existed since July 1, .1914, the and assessments heretofore levi- March 12, 1937.f1ifZiFUFLOIDA.
Spelling honor .roll: Mary Ruth ed for said District and the liens
Jimmy Hall! I suppose you read United States Department of Agri-
Johnson, Kim Kolstad, Betty Lou representing such taxes and assessments -
about his invention of the Drunker- culture, the State of Florida and the ; and authorizing the
scope? I'll let him tell you about It, counties cooperate in financing and issuance of bonds for the pur-
has moved to Belle
' Billy Aspey I haven't 'time. of the
supervising the work. pose refunding existing
Glade. Do read The Agricultural Extension indebtedness of the District, and
you the papers? If you Serv-
Se-r 'n(1 Grade News- providing procedure therefor. ?
do you have no doubt read about ice is a division of the University of
Dated this March 12, 1937.
Spelling honor roll: Sammy Ray
Dizzy Dean Redish. Well, he is no Florida College of Agriculture. Its
Young. Jacqueline BlPdsoe, Louise
other than Carlisle Redish of our State Home Demonstration Depart CLEWISTON DRAINAGE

Prewitt, Janice Norton Gilbert Mc- own Junior Class.I ment has headquarters at the State DISTRICT,

Cloud Margie All-'n Harriett Als- stopped to watch some men at College for Women in Tallahassee. By F. D. DUFF,

ton, Grace Ward. Bobby Maynard, work Demonstration farms in Its President.No. m
on the new post-office and sawa on homes m
Patricia Bailey, Clarence, Stiler Jo- man who looked as if he were the and through boys' and girls' 4-H: 111. :March 12.
Ann Croucf1, Nancy Wright, Faith QiJQS
boss. Wjell, much to my surprise, it clubs are an important Dart of this'work. ------ j
Louise Mitchell William McCracken,
was Guy Cell Nelson. He was much Numbers of the agents have lil filliJm
Charles Benbow, Dorothy Mitchell, interested in his work and whether been conducting the work for 10 or NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR

Raymond Trice Berkley] : Ivey, Mary you believe it or not, he was making more years. A. P. Spencer, vice-di:. TAX DEED if
Ellen Smith Bobby Conson, Gene I --
a real success. rector of extension, has been in the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,
Miller. .
i' And that service continuously for 23 years. GLADES PURCHASING COMPANY, m
Milton Poole ha;< been absent all my friends, is all of the
"Junior Class. Thanks holder of tax sale certificate number
for it.
,week. He has had the chicken pox. reading GiJ &l [j1gjJ
836 issued on the 4th day of Sep-
-Bernice O'Neal. Romance and Ghost Are
Third Grade News*- tember, A. D. 1933 and the holder
Spelling honor roll: Ogie Arnette, of tax sale certificate number 1998 (tjj 1ii
.. ......................... ... for Sale With a Fort e
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Caster Brewer, Oudia Johnson, Ma- : : : : : : : :.:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..) issued on the 2nd day of July, A. D.

mie Trice, Noley Geiger, James Ricks, 1934 issued by the Tax Collector
RURAL COMMON: SENSE The famed Tilbury Fort 'built in
James Poole, Nora Oglesby, Shirley of the City of Clewiston Florida, has
By Spuds Johnson 1539 by Henry VIII on the Thames
Moon Johnson filed the same in my office and made
Miller,, Mayme Bertha Ballard., Emily Joyce .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. estuary opposite Gravesend, is application for a tax deed to be issued -

for sale, complete with romance, thereon. Said certificates em- ...
Fourth Grade News- FARM EXTENSION WORK history, moat and ghost. From the brace the following described property -

Spell'ng honor roll: Fostine Mott, HAS SERVED FLORIDA'S battlements, overlooking its 18 in the County of Hendry and Stop at the

Willie Smith, Louise Blount, Sher- AGRICULTURE 29 YEARS acres of ground, Queen Elizabeth State of Florida, to wit:

wood Pall, Ralph Silva, Marilyn bade farewell to her troops before Lot Seven J7) of Block Five jfotet Pa1tieUI

Davis, Christine Redish, Nicky Agricultural 'extension work as they sailed down the estuary to Hundred Forty-four ((544) in

Schiffli, Henry Chapman, Elsie Bem- now organized including the systemof meet the Spanish armada. Sheepnow the City'of Clewiston Countyof
Hendry, State of Florida.
bry. county and home demonstration graze over the area, while AVENUEAll
312 S. E.
The assessment of said property
Fifth Grade News- 'agents, will complete 23 years of activity chickens pick their food along paths under said certificates issued was in

Weekly spelling honor roll: Mar-! during the summer of 1937. trodden by kings, and the fort liveson the name of Emmy Fluckinger. Unless -
ianne Jones, Eric Belcher, Louise Acts of Congress making provisionsfor its memories. 'said certificates shall be redeemed Outside Rooms With A

JacobL 'I this work vere passed in 1914 Legend has it, states a London according to law, the property Private Bath

Sixth Grade NeW'sI and became effective July 1, 1914. : writer in the Washington Star, therein described will be sold to the

Weekly spelling honor roll: Elbert However, the actual beginning of that a ghost walks there by night. highest bidder at the Court House COOL CLEAN, QUIET

Hooker, Pearl Be ubry, Gloria Mc-I extension work in Florida was in The ghost is that of a woman who Door on the first Monday in the

Duffie. V-fe; 1908, and it was then under the Immediate I appears in the dead of night rattling month of April, 1937 which is the Overlooking Biscayne Bay
chains. No knows who she is. 5th day of April, 1937. .
Collie one
Mae Mott left last Thursday direction of Dr. Seaman A. I Two blocks to Shops. Theatre and
The within the six-foot- DATED this 3 day of March, 1937.
for I Queen slept
Avon Park where she will
Knapp, financed by the General Ed- Business Section.
thick walls and her bedroom
finish may
ucatlon Board and supervised by the I' '
Clerk of the Circuit Court
still be seen In the sallyport, legend -
U. S. Bureau of Plant Industry. That' for Hendry County, Flor- RATES
'j I has it condemned were -
The Junior : men ,
Class As I See Them year seven county agents were appointed -: ida.
from the colossal oak beam
In nil and worked part time in the I hanged By Inez Magill, D. C.
I the loft above $1.50 Single "J
and then hoisted to
(Continued from last week) I cotton growing counties of northern I known as the dead house. An old, No. 110-Mch 5, 12, 19, 26, Apr. 2.

' As I was strolling along the!land western Florida. Principal dUties -!I magazine, with six-foot walls, is $2.50 Double
Beach Sunday, I st tmbled
over some of these agents were to prepare French
said to have been by
., one who was sittirs en the sand. I for the advent of the boll weevil by I' prsoners: during the Napoleonicwars. IN CIRCUIT COURT, HENDRY Special Family, Weekly &

looked down tc be*, ter pardon. "Are ncouraging farmers to grow crops I COUNTY, FLORIDA Monthly: Rates

\ my eye' telling the truth?" or maybe other than cotton. The boll weevil THELMA: WARREN,

I I should look gain, but yes, it Invaded Florida In 1910. I VS S. D. McCREARY.: Proprietor! I

, really was Dorothy Bethea who bad;: After four years Congress recosnlzed PETE WARREN. '
I r just returned from the Olympic*, the value of the service and j lIS It appearing by affidavit append .