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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME NUMBER 17 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 7,_ 1937 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEARCOMMENCEMENT
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Kiwanians Attend BILL INTRODUCED TO Concrete Being PouredOn TENNIS TOURNEY


Inter-Club Basketball Court
MeetingMembers
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EXERCISES WILL CHANGE DESIGNATIONLAKE --- MOVING TOWARD

of Clewiston Kiwanis Pouring of concrete on the bas-

BEGIN ON SUNDAYThe Club attended an Inter-Club meeting OKEECHOBEELake ketball court was underway this FINALROUNDS
held with the Palm Beach Kiwanis week by workers employed by the

r Club as hosts at the George Washington county school board. The court will -

baccalaureate sermon will be Hotel in West'' Palm Beach Okeechobee for '''many years be in condition' for use during the By Z. G. MeredithDue
Wednesday night summer and will be ready for the
coming under the classification of
delivered by Rev. Kent Pendleton to the keen interest still be-
Charles Francis Coe noted writer salt water in order that commercial fall term of school. During the past
'of Fort to the- graduatingclass
Myers ing shown by the many players, mostof
,
whose winter home is on Jupiter Island fishing might be subject to the same year the condition of the court has
of the Clewiston High Schoolat the matches scheduled have been
an eleven 'o'clock service Sunday I was master of ceremonies at regulations as in salt water, may been a great handicap to the school played and the various tournaments
I the dinner. co'me under the classification and and finally all attempts at games
morning. are now moving into the quarter fin-
Attending from Clewiston we'reMr regulation of the remainder of the were discontinued.The .
Rev. Pcuclleton is one of the most al rounds.As .
clergymen in Southwest and Mrs. B. E. Herring Mr. and state's fresh water lakes if the billintroduced new court will be one of the
.prominent
Mrs. :A. O. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. in the House of Repre- best outdoor courts of the section and the tournament moves toward
Florida the school is exceedingly '
and
, fortunate_ to have obtained his Pafford Dr. J. W. Ezelle A. A. sentatives Tuesday by Representative will be of much benefit to the ath- the final round in each event, the

, services for this occasion. Munroe H. R. Hall W.. F. Simpson Paul Rardin of Palm Beach letic department of the school !next number of matches will be greatly
and Wilfred Lockhart.'MUNSELLE law. year. reduced and therefore the difficul-
county becomes a -
Music for the service will consist
I I ties for playing off the remaining
number The law passed by the last sessionof
of a processional a special
matches will lessened., Due to this
the
by; the choir of the Community I the Legislature prohibiting fact the Committee that
sale of black bass put an end to com requests
church and a recessional._ STONE IS SCHOOL YEAR BOOKSTO each player contact his partner or 1
mercial for this of
fishing variety .
in the
will be held
The services
l I!
{ ) opponent and finish their matches as
fish but did interfere with
not
'-. high school auditorium and the public game
!' is cordially invited to attend. HIGH POINT ATHLETEMunselle fishing for catfish bream, crappieand ARRIVE MONDAY promptly as possible. I

! Commencement exercises will fol- other varieties. This law would Tennis Club Meeting PostponedDue ",
all to conflicting dates with the
to commercial
i Inw on Monday evening with the ad- put a stop fishingin -
dress being delivered by Dr. Ludd M. Stone was, winner of the the lake and make it subject to The Sugar Bowl yearbook of the High School graduation exercises, ,

Spivey, president of Florida Southern individual high point prize in.the. the same stringent regulations of all Clewiston High School for 1937, will the regular meeting of the' Clewis-
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College at Lakeland. Dr. Spivey athletic competitions held on the other fresh water lakes within the be off the press in a few days, and ton Tennis Club will be held on Wed-

i< an outstanding educator and his school grounds in connection with state. the first yearbook ever attempted at nesday evening at 8:00 o'clock at '

message> will, be inspiring and en- the May Day celebration. Stone, won Mr. Rardin managing editor of the school will be a matter of his- the city hall. It is imperative that

tirely worthwhile.Miss 11 points and the runner-up Car- the Everglades News in Canal Point tory. The staff expects shipment of all members and prospective members :'

Ethel Willis will deliver the lisle Reddish won 9 points for sec- is now serving his first term as a the books in time for delivery on be there. :

salutatory address and Bob Patterson ond prize. Bill Owen with 7 pointswas legislator from Palm Beach county. Monday graduation day. The school The following persons are urgedto

the valedictory. The class history given honorable mention. faculty and pupils are quite proudof please see their partners, or opponents .

will be given by Ed Clark and the The events were staged under the the book and all indications are and arrange for their' matches _,:,

class will by Jack Moorman. direction of Matthew E. Morrison I jfflotfjtr: that it will be a most creditable publication to be played off by May 9 or they :

,.' Following the award of 'diplomas athletic director of the school. The will have to be defaulted. In tho .".

the American Legion medal will be aim of the athletic department has I No painters brush nor poets pen B. 'E. Herring and Mrs. G. B. event that your partner cannot play, '. .

presented by F.: Deane Duff to the been to encourage participation of In justice to his fame Thomas have acted as faculty ad- please see the team manager Fred

high school boy and girl ranking I as many students as possible in some Has ever: reached half high enoughTo visors for the staff and to them must Curry at once and arrange' for an-

highest in scholarship and conduct form of athletics rather than stress write a mother's name. go much credit for their able assistance other partner. r

during the year. The medals are pre- individual excellence of a few., The annual was named Lockhart vs Bell; Beery & Hare,

sented each year by the Clewiston The following events 'are given Make ink of tears and golden gems "The Sugar Bowl" and dedicated to vs Rufus Smith & Spikes; VonMach

Post No. 93 of ,the Legion. with the winners in each: And sunbeams mixed togetherAnd Clarence R. Bitting president of & Curry vs R. Robbins & Lockhart; .

I Diamond-volley ball 9th and 12th with golden pen and holy land the United States Sugar corporation Bell & Mrs. M. Smith vs Morrison _&

Ed Clark Is Studying team won 8 to 7 over 10th and 11th. Gowrite the name of mother. because of his "friendship and unfailing Miss Morgan

Touch football tie between the I ,generosity toward the school". The following matches are scheduled '"

I To Qualify as Aviator two teams 0 to 0. Thence 'upward to the great white The book will be about fifty pages to be played this week: _;;

Hand soccer 9th and 12th won throne and will be profuse in photographsof Men's Singles-First Flight ,..;1

I ____ 3 to 0 over 10th and 11th. 'Mid music soft and sweet school scenes' and students. The I Morrison vs Hackett; Curry vs 1

Ed Clark, who will graduate from I Hop step jump, 1st E. Clark 2nd. Thank Jesus for that precious name faculty and high school pupils have Manley; Lawson vs Mobley; Beeryvs -;

high school here next Monday will Brantley. And lay it at His feet.ISLANDER'S individual photographs and there are Ford; Pafford vs Moore; J. Rob'f;
someday in the not too distant future -I pictures of other grades of
I :Bottle Race 1st, Hare Winn, Lol- group bins vs C. Robbins; Lawler vs Col- .
; becomea full-fledged aviator scenes, on the and several
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f6 ; campus lins.
ley, B. 'O'y"en, 2nd W 1\1cGehee-- .1;
,c;;i' if his present plans mature. During special events including the recent '
erson, Hooker Brantley DEATH Men's Singles-Second Flight ,'
this winter, Ed who has been keenly May Day celebration. "
Wheelbarrow race 1, VonMach Vorhees vs Royal; Lowe vs Cro- '-
interested in aviation for years be- and Bourne. 2nd Leiter and B. .Ow The book will be bound in a coyer chet; B. Patterson vs Owen. .
cam serious-minded: on the subject en. BEING INVESTIGATEDBY of imitation leather in blue let- Men's Doubles >;
and has been taking flying lesson?, ": "S
Man-on-horse duel 1st Stone and tered in gold carrying out the colors Liddell & Royal vs Manley &

as often as possible.Ed Reddish. 2nd B. Owen W. McGe- of the Senior class. Annuals will Smith; Meredith & Morrison vs

is earning the money for his hee. GLADES OFFICERS sell for $1.00'each and the numberof Beardsley, sr., & Moore; B. Beards- ('
flying lessons! himself and now has
reservations received in-
Horse-on-man duel, 1st Reddishand already ley & Ford vs McCracken & Mo ley.
four and one-half hours in the air to dicate that the will be
supply quickly
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Stone. 2nd VonMach and Ladies' Singles
his credit. Ten hours are necessaryfor .
exhausted.
Bourne. (Moore Haven Democrat) Mrs. Beardsley vs Miss Markette; ;
a Ettident's license which is his: '
1 present aim. Tumble -race, 1st Reddish and A coroner's jury was empanelled' The annual staff is composed of Mrs. Miller vs Mrs. Hackett; Mrs. :'.

j Ed is not inclined to boast; :of his; I Stone. 2nd McGehee and Winn. yesterday by County Judge L. E. Bob Patterson editor-in-chief; Gla Liddell vs Miss P. Smith.Ladies' ,:
I Guess acting as coroner to investi- dys Willis, assistant editor; Bill ,
achievements and many :who know Doubles
gate the death presumably from Owen business and Dick
,
Thieves Get Fishing manager; Miss Robbins & Mrs. Miller Mrs.
I him well are unaware of his ventures vs .
poisoning of Luther Padgett 49, ina Patterson, sports editor. The annual
inxthe air. He is entirely serious in ; Owen & Mrs. Hackett; Mrs. Liddell ;
shack on Grassy Island in Lake fund begun with portion of.1
: was a '
his plans however and enthusiastic Tackle From Boat & Mrs. Smith vs Miss Moore & Miss
Okeechobee near Liberty Point After the proceeds from the Junior class: '
about the beauties of the air. "From P. Smith. _
an investigation which lasted all dance.' The liberal patronage of busi- ,'.
0,000 feet up right over Clewiston, Mixed: Doubles .
day the. jury was recessed by Judge ness men when the annual staff requested -
,
Thieves ransacked cabin cruiser
you can see both the Atlantic ocean; a J. Robbins & Mrs. Hackett vs
Guess until official examinationof i advertisements for the book
and the Gulf of Mexico", says ,Ed. owned by John Elmore Saturday or an Hackett & Miss Robbins; C. Robbins ,
some of the evidence could be I brought the fund to the point that
the boat tied up & Miss P. "
He has been only 8,000 feet Sunday night as was & Miss Moore vs Hare

I but will probably reach the high.\\ up at the local docks and fishjng made and it is understood introduced that leads someof 'to made the publication possible. I Smith; Mobley & Mrs. Miller vs Bob
evidence
i altitude before his flying tackle and other articles of $75.00 the Beardsley jr., & Mrs. Liddell.
I over. I value were taken. The loss was dis- the belief that there might have been Mrs. Sarah MeredithMrs. I J "
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foul .
play.Luther
Since there is no resident aviator covered 'by Mr. Elmore Monday E. S. Royer Injured
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here, Ed's lessons have not been all morning when he visited the boat Padgett was farming on .
the small island with S. H. McCreavy Sarah Meredith, 54, wife of
under one instructor, but he is keep- for the first time since Saturday afternoon Fall From LadderE.
74, and J. B. Padgett an elderly Foster Meredith died Monday morn- In
careful
ing a "log" of his flying
relative. The story told by them was! ing in a Jacksonville hospital afteran
Several rods reels and other
time in order to apply for a student'slicense and ,
when he is qualified. fishing tackle a raincoat and an that he had taken sick Wednesday illness of several months. Mrs. S. Royer an electrician employod -

f automatic pistol were among the morning and asked for some chill Meredith, one of 'Clewiston's most at the sugar house was seriously -

'. May 20 Closing Date articles stolen. tonic. In this chill tonic had evi- loved residents had been in ill health injured in a fall from a ladder to

On Saturday night a new fishing dently been placed some strychnineor for several months and early this a concrete floor Friday afternoon.

For Filing Work Sheets tackle outfit was stolen from G. H. other deadly poison and the remainder year went to Jacksonville to visit a Royer slipped and fell several

i Small's car as it was parked in frontof of the 'contents of the bot- daughter Mrs. H. R. Rown and to feet landing feet first on the concrete -

I the residence of M. E. VonMachon _tle has been sent! to Tallahassee:; for receive medical treatment from a and crushing! bones in both heels. He

Gainesville Fla.-All Florida the ridge. It is thought the ,same analysis. The man died only a short Jacksonville specialist. was taken to a West Palm Beach

farmers who expect to participate in thief evidently a disciple of Isaak time after the dose was taken.. All that skilled physicians and loving hospital and given expert medical at-

.' tho agricultural conservation! program Walton with a warped sense of propriety McCreary came to town to notify care could do for her were done tention. Last reports are that altho -r--:

for 1937 should file worksheets I is responsible for both losses.A Sheriff J. J. Wiggins' Wednesday afternoon but her'suffering at times was in- he will be unable to walk for ap- -

not later than May 20, according suspect was arrested Sunday but it 'was not until rather tense. The end came peacefully while proximately three months his ulti-
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to notices just issued by H. morning in connection with> the late that night when Mr. Wigginswas I she slept Monday morning and even mate and completo recovery seems

G, Clayton, chairman of the State: Small robbery but none of the miss- contacted. With Judge Guess the those members of her family who assured.

Agricultural Conservation Commit- ing articles has been covered up Sheriff went to the island and start- sat at her bedside were unaware of
,tee. It is felt that by that time evEryone to the present time.'fj/ ed the investigation with the result the moment of her passing so quietly -

will have had opportunity to that the jury was empannelled the did her life slip -away. fection in which Mrs. Meredith was

complete his work sheet and other MR. AND MRS. TERRELL following morning. The men are re- Mrs. Meredith who before her held were the scores of beautiful

matters. will require attention. BUY KOLSTAD LOT ported to have been alone on the island I marriage was Miss Sarah_ A. David, floral offerings which transformed

Mr. Clayton expects ,around 25,000 at the time Padgett's wife haying was born July 17th 1882. She was the chapel into a 'veritable bower of
work sheets to be filed this :year; Mr. and Mrs. George Terrell have gone to Clewiston on Monday I married to Fbster Meredith April blossoms. -

since (here widespread interest in purchased the old Kolstad lot and a visit. 10th, 1901. Surviving are Mr. Mere- Active pall-bearers were Dr. Vic-

the program throughout the state. have begun remodelling and addingto The body was brought in yesterdayand dith and their three daughters Mrs.C. tor Hughes, J. L. Morgan Hugh

General farmers, citrus and vegetable the garage and adjacent apartment interred by the county at Or- R. Byrd of Wilmington, Delaware, Moore Dr. H. H. Spencer W. I. Kir-

growers and cattlemen are par- to transform it into a small residence tona. Mrs. H. R. flown of Jacksonville!' by and John Porter. Honorary pallbearers ->

ticipaling. The Federal Government which' they will occupy temporarily. Pending the verdict of the' coron- mid MiR Eunice Meredith of Clewis-. were Henry Chappell Tom-

is offering' to 'pay for certain specified They plan to construct a home on er's jury which should come late ton and one son; Zerney G. Mere- my Tarratus Evan T. Evans and

soil building or soil conserving the site of the Kolstad home. this week i it is not likely that fur- dith of Clewiston; two sisters Mrs. Harold Piper. The Key-McCabe Fun-

.. practices and before a farmer can The Kolstad home was destroyedby ther developments in the case will be Clara Prince of Jacksonville and Mrs.i eral Home was in charge of the fun-

get iu line for these payments, it is fire more than a year' ago but disclosed. I William Nobles of Homestead. I eral plans.

necessary that he .tile a work sheet. the garage building was undamaged.In Mrs. Meredith was a member of Mrs. Meredith's death brings a

Work sheets are taken by county addition to garage space a two When vitamin A is lacking in the the Congregational Church and her sense of personal loss to scores of

and community committees under room apartment was included' in the poultry ration a disease known as funeral was conducted Tuesday af- Clewiston residents. Her life was a

the direction of the county agent. building. The Terrells are rebuilding nutritional roup develop Green ternoon by Rev Albert C. Holt 'pas beautiful example of a good wife and

Additional information can be ob- the garage i into an additional room grass sprouted grain and kale are tor of the First CongregationalChurch mother whose sweet uplifting Influ-

tained at the agent's; ) orlicQ..Ir.:; and will add a screened porch and three sources of this necessary 'vita of Jacksonville. Mute but ence is felt far beyond the circle ofher

Clayton said, otherwise improve the butldin4.YY '. and friends,
min. \ beautiful, tokens of the I loge and afS impediate family
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* what ( "Quotations"v
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GREEDILY ask of a : I have never attached much value .

WE "Does he know Cunsusmti cJ1/u4'1 thinks to any education I was subjected to,

Latin or Greek? Does he write : but only'to the education I volun
about tarily sougbt.-Ilai'dock Ellis.
poetry or prose? But whetherhe :
has become better or worse Wages should be reckoned not in

we never care a straw. We Touring Accommodations. numbers of pounds or dollars, but

ought to ask, not who knows MONICA, CALIF. !.. purchasing power of good thingsof
SANTA
i > v M m m w T beauty as well as bread, of a
the most but who knows the
sake of comparisontwo
pleasant social intercourse well
as as
best. In true education any- /ftltuuSid ID. P/W.J of us, out lately on a little bathrooms, cheap forms of pleasureas
hand is
thing that comes to our
trip, stayed one night at a well as cheap goods.-Sir Philip
as good as a book. So examine Western Newspaper Union. I way- Gibbs.I .

every man's talent, a side motor camp and the next have never been able to see whya

peasant, a bricklayer, a pass- Mellon's Aluminum Company more than $24,000,000 a year with night at the most expensive Vanderbilt or a French was inherently

erby. You may learn some- Attacked by Uncle Sam out impairing the work of the units. tourist hotel in three states any better than a Jones.-
Senator is chairman of the ,
Byrd
thing from all, each in his own MELLON frequently Francis O. French.
ANDREW senate committee on government rates $25 per day per sucker.At .
line, of the real affair of this target of administration at- The thing you want is always
earth-how to live and die well tacks is again called to defendhis reorganization and is not at all sat- the tourist camp, the companywas somewhere else!-Mrs. Franklin D.
-Montaigne, 1533-1592. business., General on Cum- isfied with the plan offered by Pres- mixed but neighborly and, for Roosevelt.
Attorney announced ident Roosevelt, believing it will not the most part, pleas-

s mings save tax money. Discussing his ant. The only really
that the Departmentof
own scheme for merging the hous- discordant note wasa
Justice had filed
3': a ing units, he said that there are lady in the ad- rrrrol+r.aar.ruairaalaearcxo+B rurr
Dis-
in the Federal
20 or more other agencies which, joining cabin who, at

Iffy VarnLteI : York trict court a suit in to compel New- established and publicly justified as all hours, kept wak- Ask Me[ Another

? emergency establishments, can be ing her husband up,
dissolution of the
-- Aluminum consolidated, merged, or liquidatedjust apparently for the %.,: 1 0 A General Quiz
Companyof
) ByBebe as profitably. If the appropriate purpose of telling y '

? flClt2fZ Daniels AmericawhichMellon controlsforthe committee will allow this bill him another thing Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.rwwgnwleeoreanelrr.

7- Film Star of to come to the floor for full and about him that shedidn't % !. .. .: ". : ,

purpose open discussion by senators, he pre- like
"its mo- 1. How therein
Abreaking dicted, other bills of this nature, At the exclusive many glaciers are -

Fruit Salad nopolistic control"Andrew providing for substantial savings, establishment were Glacier National park?
of the'aluminum in- whoIrvmSCobb 2. With what invention is the
Place lettuce leaves on each Mellon are sure to follow. many guests
dustry. By this action name of Gutenberg connected?
plate. On this place one slice of the government revives the seemed to be suffering from severe 3. Did Article III of the Consti-
pineapple (cut through but left in Goods as Debts Payment attacks of nervous culture, being
Sherman anti-trust act as a legal tution, which set up the Supreme
shape). Over this slice a banana, weapon in regulating business. Offered to United States fearful behaved, I'd say, that, if ever they court, bestow on the court the

figs, orange and pears. Put one The suit named 36 officers, direc- SENATOR JAMES HAMILTON naturally, they'd give them- to define constitutionality?
selves power
maraschino cherry or pomegranate tors, and stockholders of the com- of Illinois said that sev- Waxworks away. Mainly they were dull. 4. What famous chief, justice is

seed on top. Use whipped pany, including Mellon. Twenty-five eral nations had offered to ship a usually dull.even when animated, said to have established such power -
cream or dressing made from the subsidiary and affiliated companieswere billion dollars' worth of food sup- are ?

fruit juices sweetened to taste. named co-defendants. Other plies and manufactured products to But stopping at a $25 a day hotel 5. Was the story of Romeo and
Copyright.-.:WNU Service. has one advantage, I find. After-
members of the Mellon family the United States in part paymentof Juliet originated by Shakespeare?

named with the former Treasury their war debts, and that he approved ward, you can go around bragging 6. What is meant by "buying onmargin"
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a head are Paul Mellon, Richard K. their offer. The State department that once you stopped at a $25-a-
tonic which has been helping women day hotel. This should be a great ? /
Mellon, Jennie King Mellon, Sarah formally'denied that suchan
of all ages for nearly 70 years. Adv. 7. Is there a woman member. of
Mellon Scaife David K. Bruce offer had been help socially.
son- received, but the United States senate?
in-law of Mellon, and Ailsa Mellon Mr. Lewis said his information was '
the
Virtue 8. Is heart of
Liberty and a person on
Bruce, his daughter. authoritative. He had conferencewith Dealing With Snakes.
a
Our country cannot well subsist CONNECTICUT the left side or in the middle of
Action of the company on March the President before the latter A congressman
without liberty liberty with- the body?
nor
1, 1937, in advancing the car-lot left on his fishing trip and urged f is pushing an act prohibit
out Rousseau. 9. Where was the smithy men-
;yirtue.- price of virgin ingot was cited as that the plan be given serious con- importation of venomous serpents.
in ?
tioned
the most recent act of "oppressiveand 'sideration. He recommended that from other countries for exhibition Longfellow's poem

I. : unreasonable price fixing" in the commodities be distributed for purposes. His fear is that an earth-I 10. What film actress was the
first to be known the "platinumblond"
the petition signed by Cummingsand use by states for relief purposes. quake or something might shake the as

Robert H. Jackson, head of the zoo apart and liberate a lot of dead- ?

department's anti-trust division. Senator Nathan L. Bachmanof ly reptiles that would start multi- Answers
o 0I .
The suit charges that the company plying and constitute a new menace 1. There are eighty, ranging in

is a monopoly in violation of Tennessee Dies I i I to the lives of such, of the populaceas area from a few acres to 'about

the anti-trust laws and that it has NATHAN L. ,BACHMAN, United have thus far escaped being five square miles.

Z: power to fix arbitrary and discrimi- senator from Tennessee, killed by automobiles. 2. That of printing from mov-.

native prices. It charges the defendants died suddenly of heart disease in Without presuming to assume that able types.'

with conspiracies to restrain Washington at the age of fifty-eight the gentleman is a bit of an alarmist 3. No.

Colemanl and monopolize, attempts to years. Mr. Bachman was appointed I'd like to point out that he can 4. John Marshall.

SELF-HEATING monopolize, and monopoly in vio- senator in 1933 to succeed Cor- obtain millions of adherents for this 5. No. The story was popularin

I RON lation of the Sherman anti-trust act. dell Hull who became secretary of measure among old-fashioned Amer- Italy before Shakespeare. wrote
The Coleman ia a gen- state. Hehad been *
a consistent
sup- the famous .
tragedy.
icans
in
uine Instant lighting Iron. by tacking an amendmentto .
All you have to do is turn a valve,strike n match porter of the Roosevelt administration his bill providing that the bars 6. "Buying on margin" is a ..
and it lights instantly. You don't have to insert Government Employees May policies and
the match inside the iron-DO burned fingers. was especially in- likewise'shall be put up against for- transaction in stocks whereby the
The Coleman beats in a jiffy;ia quickly rcadr Not Speculate in Stocks terested in the Tennessee valley: purchaser makes a partial
for use. Entire Ironing surface la heated with j eign-born communists. pay-
point the hottest. Maintains its heat even for TN A letter addressed to H.. B. program. CHow ment to his broker, who advances
the fast worker. Entirely self-heating. Operates
for HP an hour. You do your ironing with less *Mitchell, president of the civil Times the' remainder of the purchase
effort in one-third less time. Be sure your next Change.T
iron ia the genuine Instant-Lighting Coleman.It's service commission, President Franco Creates AuthoritarianState JUST read what, once knew for money at a rate of interest, re-
the iron every woman wants. It's a wonderful
time and labor saver-nothing like it. The Roosevelt placed a ban on specu- in SpainFRANCISCO myself but had forgotten in the taining the stock-certificates as

Coleman SEND POSTCARD ia tho easy for way FREE to Folder iron.and Full DoUIU. lation in securities by government FRANCO is well on rush and bustle of these latter days.It security until the purchaser or-

THE Dept-WDSlS COLEMAN WichiU.LAMP Kin AND. chleaeolI.STOVE CO. officials and employees. There was way becoming a real dic- related to the attitude which ders sale or the margin is used

Philadelphia fa.: Lo AccelM.: Call*. (631SW: ) no official explanation of this act, tator of the part of Spain his insur- America, considerably less than halfa up by depreciation of the market.

but for some' time there have been gent forces control, and of the en- century ago, held toward unescorted 7. Yes. She is Mrs. Hattie W.

In the Telling rumors that some persons high up in c-. tire country if they woman. For instance, as recentlyas Caraway of Jonesboro, Ark. She

There is nothing which can not the New Deal have, been making a win the war. By decree 1890 not many respectable hotels was elected in January, 1932, to

be perverted by being told badly lot of 'money by speculating in the : '. the general has would permit one of them to registers fill the vacancy caused by the

-Terence. stock markets after getting tips on f: merged the two death of her husband, ThadeusH.

probable White House moves. } chief rightist factions Some time after 1900-in fact, as Caraway, and was reelectedin

MOOL ; ctt? '&Y under his leadership I remember, it was about 1910-a November, 1932, for the term

305,000 Unemployed Got i and has outlawed prominent lady was asked to leave ending in 1939.

. SNOw WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY W Jobs During March & 4H all other parties one of the smartest hotels in New 8. Normally the heart of a per-

LARGE JARS 5tAHD/Ot O ONE knows how un- r'' 4; thus creating a York city because she dared to lighta son is about one-third on right

, N employed there many in one party authori- cigarette in the public lounge.As side of the middle of the chest,
persons are
First a Student tarian state. His decree bar- and two-thirds the left.
: : : for women drinking at a on
the ;
country, the estimates ranging
i- He who proposes to be an au- from about 9,000,000, by Secretary ,' ',: left open thee well, not even the most forward- 9. On Brattle St., Cambridge,

, thor, should first be a student.- Perkins, to less than 3,000,000. How- *- way to restoration looking liberal could conceive of so Mass.

Dryden. Gen Franco of the monarchy incredible a sight as that. 10. Jean Harlow.
ever, according to Madame Per-
" kins, the number was reduced by Spam Hlf the natIonneeds And now just look at the darned
it," and the monarchists of things! HEADACHE
305,000 during March. Weekly
[ pay the Carlist and Bourbon persuasions CHardships. *
: rolls for the period, she said, were -
i
$15,100,000 larger than during Feb- agreed that if this takes place, the de Luxe.WHEN due to constipationRelieve

.. ruary in the manufacturing indus- king shall be Prince Juan, youngestson our plutocratic classes the cause of the trouble -

AO tries. She said the employment in- of Alfonso ,XIII. He is knownas to go simple, they go I Take purely vegetable Black-
: prince of the Asturias and is of what it
crease continued "the practically simple, regardless costs Draught. That's the sensible way

- : unbroken succession of increases twenty-three years old. 'em.A. .to treat any of the disagreeable ef-
which have been shown each month Whether the "high seas" begin rich couple have just completeda fects of constipation. The relief men _

gf' since February, 1936." three or six miles from the coast trip out here,'following the ancient and women get from taking Black- -

KILLS INSECTS line is a matter of dispute betweenthe trails of the early pathfinders. Like Draught is truly refreshing. Try it!

British government and Gen- true pioneer stock, they roughed it Nothing to upset the stomach-just

: ON FLOWERS FRUITS President Intervenes to eral Franco. A number of British in specially built twin trailers, each purely vegetable leaves and roots,

VEGETABLES & SHRUBS Avert New York"Strike ships ran the blockade into Bilbao about the size of a pullman but finely ground.A .

J. Demand original sealed INTERVENTION by President harbor with food and coal, and in much more complete, and were

bottles, from your dealer. averted, for the time most cases they were escorted to towed by a couple of RollsRoyces.The .

lr;,' 3C.Vf being at least, a strike of 25,000 the three mile limit by British war- servants, only six in number, GOOD LAXATIVE
freight handlers on eight railroads ships. The insurgent guard ships had to put up with two much cheaper -

:' WNU-7 18-37 that threatened the food supply of threatened to fire on the blockade cars. Temperance

New York city. The President appointed runners within the six mile limit and During the entire trip there was Temperance is the nurse of
= Debts of Honor
an emergency board of were warned not to do so by Brit- no dressing for dinner and thus, chastity.-Wycherly. _
:, I pat debts of honor not hon-
.. three members to attempt a settle- ish representatives. Protests were with tru democratic spirit, was

.e-:'.{,. :.. orable debts.-Reynolds. ment. In his proclamation he said made by both sides. the primitive plan of the expedition Girlse
; Grow5ng
the dispute threatened "substantially carried out. Every hardship en-

to interrupt interstate commerce Windsor Gets Apology fora countered enroute-such as the Mrs. J. D. Hartsfield,

:. I within the state of New York and Slanderous Book champagne getting all jolted up and 2251,Phyllis Fla.. said St,:Jacksonville "When-

) o other states in the eastern part of the caviar coming unglued in the growing into womanhood
duke of Windsor was I took Dr. Pierce's Fav-
the EDWARD can was cheerfully endured. An
to
country a degree such as to orite Prescription as a
Help Them Cleanse the Blood deprive that section of the countryof thoroughly enraged by many armed guard was maintained a t tonic. Mother realized I
of Harmful things about' him and Mrs. Wallis and hostile was not very strong-I
to
kidnapers
Body Wasto essential transportation service." in night repel would tire very easily.'
Your kidneys are constantly filtering A dispute between rival workers' Simpson printed "Coronation Indian tribes. After taking the 'Pre-
waste matter from the blood stream.But Commentary," a book written by I wonder how Jim Bridger and Kit scription' I grew stronger and had a real ap
unions
balked .
kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do efforts of the national Dennis and petite. Later in life, when I became a
t not act as Nature intended-fail to remove mediation board to effect a settle- Geoffrey published by Carson ever stood it with no butler mother, the 'Favorite Prescription' as a.
impurities that if retained, William Heinemann, Ltd. of Lon- Sold druggists
may along-in fact not even a second tonic helped me again. by
;=, poison body machinery.the system and upset the wholo ment.the President Under the forced railway labor act, don. The former king of England, man. Buy nowl New size, tablets SOc. Liquid $1.

'"-' Symptoms may be nagging backache ment for at least 30 a days postpone-while through his solicitor, demanded the IRVIN S. COBB. "...... ''- ___ 'd' \
persistent headache attacks of dizziness
' getting up nights, swelling, puffiness mediators work. withdrawal of the book and the pub- -WNU Service. SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE -' 1
under the eyes-a feeling of nervous lication of a suitable apology, and 60c s $1.20
anxiety and loss of pep and strength. the publishers in and compliedwith World's Many Languages
Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder Byrd Would Consolidate gave
'i may be burning, scanty or too the demands.At There are about 70 independent

L frequent There should urination.be no doubt that prompt Federal Housing Units first it was said Edward's an- countries in the world. Practicallyall s

treatment is wiser than neglect. Usa SENATOR HARRY F. BYRD of ger might lead him to marry Mrs. these countries hava a distinct

new Doan't friends Pills.for Doan'B more have than been forty winning years. Democrai:, preparedfor Simpson as soon as her divorce language. The exceptions are the AA"'O
They have a nation-wide reputation. introduction in the senate a bill was made absolute; but later dis- United States, whose official lan- IN A recognized Remedy for Rheumatic
Are recommended by grateful people tho providing for the averred is English the South American and Neuritis sufferers. A perfect Blood
country over. Ask your ncijhborl consolidation of patches the lady had per- guage ; Purifier Makes thin Blood Rich and
i: the Home Owners' Loan corpora- suaded him to delay the ceremony republics, whose languages are Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor.

tion and the Federal Housing ad- until after the coronation of King either Spanish or Portuguese, and Always Effective Why suffer?

a ministration. This merger, said Mr. George VI and thus avoid further Austria, where German is largelj 'y"i: :: :j lO Byrd would result in a saving of criticism. spoken. I







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CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1937

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; ....------- ....______JI Check Puzzled EdisonIn He Remains "Dead""Strangled" --.
,IMPROVED Real ReverenceTpHIS
! Test for Spine by Red
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL I his early days as an inven- TapeJohn

is the thing which I tcr, Thomas Edison's knowledgeof Kachnycz, of Pittsburgh,

::1.:, SUNDAY 1 I InjuriesBy know, and which, if you banking matters was as scantyas i Pa., officially recorded as murdered -
'w LessonBy labor faithfully you shall know his knowledge of electricitywas seven years ago, and there

also; that in reverence is the profound. fore legally dead, is now at workon

, REV. HAROLD L LUNDQUIST. chief joy and power in life. When he was given a check for a farm. But in the eyes of the.
.Dean of the Moody Bible Institute $40,000 for his patent on the stock
1, of Chicago. Reverence, for what is pure law he just doesn't exist.
, Wes-tern Newspaper, Union. DR. JAMES W. BARTON and bright in your own youth; indicator, he looked at the pieceof In 1929, Kachnycz left home to

( Bell Svndlcate.-WNU Service. for what is true and tried in paper with bewildered eyes, not work in the country, and later

others for all thatis knowing the necessary procedureto was identified by friend
the age of ; a as a
Lesson for May 9 there is the possibil- gracious among the living, convert it into actual dollars.He man killed in a street fight. His
WHEN was told to take it to a bank, relatives even collected
the back in- great among the dead, and the insurance
: ABRAHAM A MAN, OF PRAYER being marvelous in the Powers that so he hurried to one such institu- money on his life-and

.;,1 jured in an accident of any cannot die.-Ruskin. tion and handed the check to a a man was tried for the murder

LESSON TEXT-Genesis 181732. kind, it is not considered wiseto man at the Window. Edison en- but acquitted.Now .
GOLDEN TEXT-The effectual fervent
prayer of a righteous man availeth much. have the patient move in any countered some trouble in being after trying to come backto
.;. James 5:16.PRIMARY. Train trees when they are identified, and upon receiving his life in the legal sense, but find-
for way until an X-ray examination departed, dazed at the
TOPIC-Abraham Praying saplings and men and women money, ing technicalities too great,
: His Neighbors. can be made. A break or dis- when they are children. tremendous amount he was car- he has given it up and remain

.., JUNIOR INTERMEDIATE TOPIC-A AND Great SENIOR Man's TOPIC-Prayer. looatiori along the spinal, column ..c.All. rying.In dead in the eyes of the law.

",;, Praying for Others. anywhere from the neck
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
The Ministry of Intercession. down to thp hip bones may
the Thrills of Fascinating Drama Above a MillionThe i
death if
cause paralysis or
'Prayer-how many are the books movement occurs; the most Unfold Upon the Baseball Diamond '
that, have been written,on that sub- order oi.numbers after mil- :;
ject and the sermons preached, and careful handling of the patientis lion follow: Billion, trillion, quad- .1
Baseball can be .he most fascinating one afternoon at a ball yard,
: yet how little it is actually prac- therefore absolutely neces- game in the w..rld to watch you may, if you know where .and'how rillion, quintillion, sextillion, sep'J. i

ticed: One can attract an audience sary to prevent any movement.There and also the dullest, dependingupon to look 'for it, come upoii' a tillion, octillion, nonillion, decil- :::j

to hear it discussed, but only a are times however when it the quality of the play, the half-dozen split-second races between lion, undecillion, duodecillion, tre- k
handful will come to pray. We as considerable decillion, quattuordecillion, quin- -I
is necessary and. saves caliber and situation of the com- a running man and a thrown
,:- Christians agree that it is God's appointed time and expense peting teams, and upon what you ball, in which the hundredth'part decillion, sexdecillion, septendecillion :1

way of blessing. We put up and possible 'court' yourself. bring into the park. 'of a second is all thc determines octodecillion, novemdecillion 1
t t''; mottoes such as UPrayer'changes : action to learn as and vigintillion.turned .
, < If games bore you, you will nev- success or failure; dozens: of ex- :.,
-' things, or "More things are : soon as possible if er like baseball. But if you can amples of skill triumphant, skill ,'y;

.' wrought by"prayer than this world .Z; there is actually any take pleasure in the storjof con- defeated, traps baited and snappedshut into clowns, clowns becom- .
" dreams of, and then (may God s v to the spine
to change injury flict'unfolded before your eyes, it upon victims; human courage ing heroes; speed, grace, and ;
) .i1
g forgive us we try
'. For several years is only necessary to become a little ,human folly and human cow-. sometimes the beauty of the sheer. ;:?;
things ourselves. We struggle with a
? Drs. R. DeSoto and more familiar with the game to ardice; narrow escapes, heroes, perfection of a well-pitched, well- 1
when ought to ',
problems we pray.
:,' \ life K. O. Haldeman find something that can be quiteas villains; individual deeds that defended game.-Paul Gallico in ,1 1
The lesson of today, from the
r San Francisco, have fascinating as the theater. verge the miraculous heroes Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Abra- upon ;
of that great hero of faith, employed a method 1

ham, stresses the importance of in- that is extremely

tercessory prayer, that is, the giving a; a helpful in locating

jl of ourselves to pray for the spinal injuries. They 1 I IO
Or Barton
temporal and spiritual welfare of describe it in "Sur I I "I'
'
; others. In an age characterizedby "
O'" gery, Gynecology and( Obstetrics,
a grasping spirit of acquisition
for personal advantage it is like Chicago. I I I I
Simple and Easy Method. O I ( I I'
.a breath from heaven to read of .
"The patient is placed flat on his ;,:
this man's prayer for others.
back without pillows and the ex-
:' I. The Nature of Intercessory
,. Prayer. aminer places one hand on the I

'\: 1. It is a Privilege. Abraham breast bone of the patient with a EVEN though the prices These outstandingof

had been honored by a visit from slight pressure so that no bendingcan farm crops are advancing, advantages are patented '

,::.,,. God. The covenant had been re- take place at the upper or low- the best way you can make and used only in

{ newed, a son had been promised. er back. At the same time the ex- more money is to SAVE IT Firestone Tires. Gum

:: The three visitors looked out toward aminer's other hand is placed un- in production costs. Dipping saturates and : Y ; .

i> ,:, :Sodom. God who had thus appeared der the back of the patient's head coats cord with

.,. to: Abraham in visible form and had and the head very gently bent YOU SAVE 2" % 'In. fuel, every liquid: rubber. i,

shared the hospitality of his home slightly forward so that the head costs and 25 % in time by This pure TWO EXTRA LAYERS v

;: now extends to him the privilege of (chin) is on the breast bone. This putting Ground Grip Tires process counter OF GUM-DIPPED CORDS
;: bending of the head forward pullson acts internal friction
in God's How
:sharing purpose. on your tractor and all UNDER THE TREAD =
and heat and makes
-- the attached to the
: glorious to be on such terms of con- ligaments wheeled farm ''''; ""
; '_ fidence with God, to know him and bones of the spine (t'tne little knobs ride and implements. the tire much stronger ,,
and
,'' to know his will and purpose! felt when you run your hand down They pull easier to resist the strains of GUMDIPPEDCORD

.,- 2. It is a Responsibility. "Abra- I the spine) until it reaches the bone reduce repair bills. the extra pull. The two \-\al- \ BODY

ham stood yet before the Lord"- : that is injured. This immediatelycauses YOU SAVE because one extra layers of Gum

: why? To pray for Sodom and pain which"the patient ,can set of Firestone Tires will fit Dipped cords under

',-, Gomorrah. Privilege and responsi- locate very easily. several Your -thetreadbindthetread "'
The usefulness of this sign restson implements.
bility go together. Those who have
and
body together into
Implement Dealer w,
' of the following facts: 0 r
- audience with the King kings
;. are there to. carry the blessed burden 1. It gives the exact location of Firestone Tire Dealer has a one inseparable unit of GROUND GRIPSUPERTRACTION
': of prayer for others. Are we recent fractures (broken bones) plan whereby he will cut tremendous strength. '. ;n' '

without moving disturbing the down the wheels The scientific arrange., 'y< y hyLY TREAD r
praying for our children, our families or pa- I on your ,

f." our church, our nation? If tient. present implements to a ment in spacing of the

not, who will pray? 2. It guides the X-ray operator to uniform diameter and weld a deep, rugged bars of the r .

i' 3. It is Objective, not Subjective. the right level to obtain his picture. flat, steel rim to the end of the selfcleaningtreadgives'h .: .

:', :Some modern "religious" leaders 3. It shows whether the injury is spokes. And by the use of greater traction and drawbar

;' would devitalize prayer by making in the spine (bony part of the back) Firestone Demountable Rims pull. -
t: it a sort of spiritual exercise which or just in the soft muscle tissues of Ground Grip Tires NOW for
the tires and rims be -
r: has only the value of developing the back. can ?'
and
trucks
taken off machine when YOU SAVE by buying your cars, tractors "t
i f our own soul. The prayer room is 4. When it may be a "court case"medicolegal one NOW as tire prices are sure all wheeled farm implements'
\ to them a sort of spiritual gym- ( ) the patient is not not in use and applied to
to advance. The price of and make by reducing
: nasium where the soul develops its aware what the test is for and another. money ;
crude ''rubber has advanced cost of production. See
f,> ,strength and a spiritual sense of the true facts will be brought out. your
'. well-being floods the soul. YOU SAVE because 110% and cotton more than your Implement Dealer,
5. If the patient doesn't complainof
Firestone Ground Grip 26 during the two Firestone Tire Dealer or
; Undoubtedly the very fellowshipwith pain anywhere down the spine it % past
God which is inherent in prayeris is not likely that a spine injury has Tires are built with EXTRA years. Tire prices are bound Firestone Auto 'Supply and

, spiritually beneficial, but prayer recently occurred. construction features. to go higher. Buy Firestone Service Store TODAY.

actually deals with such things as tAre .

,cities, men, sin, sorrow. It concerns -
men's physical well-being, the Glands to Blame? ;
C&tCe HiGHWAYS ;
their material prosperity, as well You can really hardly be blamed 7IrR T hine./t. fOR RURAL

.,. as their spiritual welfare. It is the when you find yourself eating less
means, designated by God for' the food in the 24 hours-not simply at IT REALLY doesn't pay to blowout when new Firestone tremendous quantities. That's why '
release of his power on behalf meal time-than others, and yet are drive on tires after the "non-skid" Standard Tires cost so'little? you''SAVE in first cost and in cost

.of the object for which we pray.II. much overweight, if you begin to is worn off- in fact, the last 1,000 More and more farmers are ''per mile. You also SAVE yourself "Ii
miles of wear in a tire are only worth buying Firestone Standard Tires from accidents because they give
wonder if overweight is really
Characteristics of
Intercessory your about 38c. Why take the risk of a because they get the benefits of greaterprotectionagainstdangerousdangerous
Prayer. due to overeating. Why 'should it and blowouts.. .
skid or perhaps fatal Gum-Dipping, the Firestonepatented skidding )1
1. Unselfish. Abraham already not be due to some gland disturb- process that counteracts Farmers everywhere are making :
P had his promise and his blessing. ance in the body-the thyroid glandin internal friction and heat which Firestone Dealers and Firestone ;9

5, The cities of the plain were wicked, the neck or perhaps the pituitary ? ordinarily: destroy tire_life. They Auto' Supply and Service Stores :
'....... yet he prayed for them. Those gland situated on the, floor of the get longer non-skid mileage and their headquarters for all automotive ,..-

who know the spirit of God are not skull? unusually low cost per mile with supplies. You get greater values in -.,!
'F.Irestone dependable SAFETY. everything you buy and you get all :
:selfish in prayer. If the thyroid gland is suspected,
unbelievable that '
STANDARD : '4\ .It is almost so your needs in one place-including
2. Courageous. Note the reverent and in this the fat is <
case excess much tire could be bought for so tires tubes batteries spark :.
boldness with which Abraham distributed over the entire body, a FOR CARS lit le. Firestone developed? this,tire plugs-brake lining-fan belts- ::
pleaded the cause of the condemned metabolism test is made. Before 4.50-20 8.70 r 1 A primarily for rural highway 'use car radios-home radios-garden ,I
cities., The Bible reveals that God breakfast some morning you lie 5.25.17 11.00 } and a tire of first grade quality could hose and garden tools-seat covers :'
honored men who had a holy cour- down quietly in the doctor's office 5.25.18 11.40 only be made to sell at these low -light bulbs, and more than 2,000 "1

age. History tells the same story. or at the hospital and the rate at 5.50.17 IZ.50 prices by building them in other' useful articles. You can be :,.,\
We celebrate this the centen- 6.00-16 13.95 sure when, you buy Firestone ,_
year which your body processes are SENTINEL TYPE COURIER TYPE the !
of who prayed For TRUCKS lot BUSES produces y ou are getting greatest 'I
; one boldly-and
ary working is discovered by machine .
a 3 4.40.21..S5.65 4.40.21..S5.43 value for your money. If you have ,
believed, and labored-Dwight L. which measures the amount of oxy- 6.00-20 7:00:20: : $19 80 45020.. '6.05 4,50.21.. 6,03 'not received the new 1937 Firestone .:
Moody. gen your tissues are using and the 34.05 k 47519.. 6.70 Auto Supply Catalog; write for it
3. Persistent. No one likes a "quit- amount of waste that is being 7.50-24 45.65 57.60 52517.. 7.70 47519.. 6.37 today address Firestone, Akron,

ter." Christ spoke of a man who thrown off, when you are doing no 9.00-20 8.25-20 71.00 55017.. 8.75 3Ox3V 4.87 Ohio, or Los Angeles, California.

I was heard for his importunity work and no food is being digested.If Others Proportionately Low Listen to the Voice of Firestone, MonJavevenings
i (Luke 11:8). See also Luke 18:1-8. Other Proportionately Low PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE over N. B. C. Red Nrttfork
:Some one has said that when we your processes are not work-
ing as fast as normal, are more BRAKE BATTERIESComplete
HOME RADIOS
:: pray we are all too often like the :
,' -mischievous boy who the doorbell than 20 per cent below normal- lino electric LINING
rings -
4/J'-tt-
registering 80 instead of 100-then or battery gets. Walnut
' and runs away without waiting cabinets.; Dynamic
for an answer. your thyroid gland is not active speaker.Airplane dial. SPARK e'
III. Results Intercessory enough, and your doctor will pre- .
scribe thyroid extract ito make the PLUGSAUTO
Prayer. processes work faster and use or RADIOS 1 ,' y i Heavier Quick, sure
The cities were destroyed, but the electrode stops. For cars
,
All Metal Sound
6 tubes. :
burn up the fat. '' e s for better trucks, buses. P a t e n t e d.peaker.Dashmountings
righteous were saved. God hears diffusion. 8" dynamic Gives longer features insure
i I and answers prayer. This is the If it is the pituitary glare thatis .for all cars.. motor formance.per- IerVlce.THE long life.

7 'testimony of His Word, of count- at fault the excess weight will
less Christian men and women of be on shoulders, breasts, hips and

all ages, yes, of the men and womenof abdomen with forearm and lower
our day. We know by experience Ileg free of excess fat, and the X-

',that it is true-"I cried; he an- ray of the skull] will show changesin .'

swered." He says to you and tome the little hollow in the bone in

"Call unto Me and I will an- which the pituit?=y gland rests-,.I -. Y

swer thee and show thee great and growth, or other changed condi-
mighty things, which thou knowest tions about the gland. In this case

:not'1 (Jer... 33:3)). pituitary your! physician.extract will be prescribedby I Copyright 1537.Firestone Tire&Rubber Co.



PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON' NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1937


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The Clewiston News- seen a statement based on the report -I property and Earl Brown, advance I- CANE GROVlfffi1/ CHURCH

of the Federal Tariff Commis- agent for Miss Florida, the owner, ) ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC

sion which indicates that cane sugar is busy preparing for the young la-' ---

Published every Friday in Clewiston, can be produced in Florida at costs dy's arrival. I IN THE SOUTH ,(Rev Father J. F. Walsh, IS. D.%

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. that compare favorably with thoseof Icy winds, sleet, snow, frost, and > Pastor.)
outside territories. The cost of Mass each Sunday at 8:30 a. ia.
Inc. icicles will make way for tender tro- Furnishes, Employment at
domestic except on last Sunday of
production, plus delivery to ,month 1
pical shrubs and flowers. Royal Good Farm Wages
refinery are given as follows, in when mass is at 10:30 a. m.
palms and bearing orange trees
Keathley Bowden, Editor cents: Florida 2.56; Hawaii, 3.00; snugly packed In rich Florida soil, On a seventeen thousand acre Communion Sunday for the con-

Puerto Rico 2.86; Philippine Islands are on their way north to be plantedin plantation in the Everglades sec- gregation is the first Sunday in each!

2.47; Cuba 1.86. All of which leadsto Florida's tion, on a line between West Palm' month.
Entered as second class mail matter tropical garden. I
the conclusion that Florida shouldbe Beach and Fort Myers and about
February 1, 1927, at the Post With an enlarged area at her com Religious instruction classes for
at least one of the American sug- 100 miles north of Miami there is
,
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under There is and increas- mand, Florida's 1937 show at the all children attending public school
ar bowls. great now actually being produced
the Act of March 3, 1897. Great Lakes Exposition will dominate sugar immediately after mass on Sundays.
interest in beet in the
ing sugar cane surpassed by none other in the
North. There should be a similar interest the situation to even a greater world. In fact, it is there that Junior (children's) choir' meets
degree than a year ago. Wednesdays 4:00 p. m. and Satur-
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. in cane sugar In Florida. The scientists developed a cane, which
days 9:30 m.. at the church.
territory'now New buildings and unique exhibit a.
Advertising rates on application. Everglades produces resists the dreaded mosaic disease

about 40,000 tons of sugar per year,: material are being added, which I which some years ago almost devas- Catholic Men's Club meets the sec-

as compared with our1' national 'consumption -! will make our display practically a tated the Louisiana sugar ,cane ond Monday in each month at the

Devoted to the advancement and of 6 1-2 million tons.Ft.. new show and one that is certain to I crop. Rectory at 7:30 p. m.

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry I I Pierce News-Tribune. amaze and delight Exposition visi The Florida development has long The Ladies Altar Society meets

County. tors. ago passed the stage of experimen- the first! Thursday of each 'month

LAKE OKEECHOBEE FRESHWATER Results achieved through the tation and is now producing raw jointly with the Study Club at the

OR SALTA Florida Exhibit last summer more sugar at a lower unit cost than can Rectory at Si00; p. m.

I Exclusive than justified this enlarged programfor I be done in Hawaii, or Porto Rico, Convert instruction class each

great many, years ago Lake in addition to a tremendously and at approximately the same costas Friday at 7 p. m. I

Okeechobee was designated, becauseof I Increased tourist patronage from the in the Philippines. That is true, Mass on Fist Fridays at 8:09

WN'U its size, as salt water by a bill in Great Lakes area, a 27 1-2.% Increase Florida congressmen say, in spite of m. a.

the Florida legislature and while the in the sale of Florida citrus the'fact that'the Florida sugar producers -

FeaturesARE nearest approach to its ever having fruits was reported by the Cleveland pay an American. scale of ,Baptisms by appointment., -

salt water in it was probably when, Fruit Auction Company this season, wages much higher' than is paid in

someone spilled the salt shaker ,dur- brought, about primarily through the "off shore" areas, and 'in additionto Ingredients of a'Haggis

remained saltwater introduction of Florida fruit to that they furnish free housingfor The
ing a boat ride, it has mtl-I ingredients of a haggis are
YOU GUILTY? ever since in order that it lions in this section during the sugar farm workers, free the chopped hearts and livers of

could be left open to commercial l mer of 1936. I schools for the workers' children, sheep, mixed with onions and herbs, \
The U. S. Engineers, conscious of I food merchandise: and other i
,
fishing.For An enlarged and improved citrus sup- "and boiled in a lamb's .stomach.
the destiny of the population on the display this year should result in plies at cost, free ,medical care,

reservation and correspondinglylarge a number of years commer- the further cultivation of this prof- hospitalization and recreation ,,fa- Fence Riders'

number of small children resident cial fishing was one of the largest itable market which cilities. The Florida wage scale is
prior to last Fence riders on cattle
industries of the lake section and said to be than the ranchesare
there, are waging a vigorous higher average
year had been more or less neglected. men who make periodic roundsof
safety campaign in an endeavor to thrived to a greater or lesser extent ,farm 'wage scale of this country. the fenced area to if
see
reduce the possibilities of traffic ac- until the last session of the legisla- While over four million Florida's congressional represen fences need repair.Good any

cidents on adjacent streets. ture when a bill was introduced pre- visited the Great Lakes persons tatives'point out that in spite of,all ,

venting the sale of black bass. This Exposition this, under-A A regulations, last I
Fourteen signs "Please Watch for last, year, when we consider the fact '
bill had its desired effect and ,manyof ,year, Florida sugar farmers were

15 Children-Drive Miles" have been Carefully-Speed erected cover- the commercial fishermen were I that Cleveland within there a 300-mile are twenty-six radius million of- permitted to produce only 39,268 .4.................,....................................................,...............
forced to discard their seines ,and short tons of raw sugar, whilst
ing every street which approachesthe inhabitants, it is apparent that .
seek other means of livelihood. thousands of acres of the richest 1
government reservation. On the we have only scratched the surface sugar farming land in the 'world

two blocks comprising the reserva- There were some mighty effective and officials of both the Expositionand in the Everglades were forced to lie Fair

tion are 19 homes, containing fifteen arguments advanced for keeping the the Florida Exhibit anticipatean idle. It is estimated that if it were

children below school age. lake open to bass fishing at that timeso even larger attendance this
sum- not for quota restrictions, Florida
effective that after the black
Several traffic surveys have been mer. sugar farmers alone could give em- Land I II
bass bill was passed It was decided
made by Engineers since the erec- ,During the period that it was my ployment at good wages to more I
that, rather than be too harsh, the
tion of the "Please Drive Carefully" privilege to serve as a member of than 100,000 workers. .

signs. Computed by stopwatches ov- fishing season for other varieties the Florida Exhibit staff last year, The Florida sugar growers have for Rent
should be extended to a full twelve
announced the
er a measured course there can be I encountered thousands of visitors just position they
months. As a result, the industry,
will 'take in the approaching
no doubt as to the accuracy of the who were so impressed with our dis- sugarquestion
while hardly on a par with past follows
results of these surveys. Ninetenthsof 1 play that they have expressed their ,'as :
years, has been able to hang' on hop- 1. They are opposed to any and
the drivers drive at a speed which I intention of visiting' the state. ,
ing for better markets or a break all processing and excise taxeson
is definitely dangerous under the Proof that they meant what they
from some source. sugar that will increase the

conditions. Three-fourths exceed a Instead of that comes the exact I said is evidenced by the fact that no cost of this vital necessity to
speed of thirty miles per hour over less than fifty folks whom I met in
the American people.
opposite. This week has been intro-
the streets containing the shrubbery- Cleveland have dropped into of- TrespassersWill
attaina duced in the legislature a bill by my 2. They are opposed to benefit
planted parkways, one-tenth fice in Tampa or I have encounteredthem
payments,to sugar producersas ,
Representative: Paul Rardin of Can-
45 miles hour Be
,
speed exceeding per
at one place or another in the and
being unnecessary un
al Point In Palm Beach county, to
reckless motorists
and a few more state this winter. believe the
warranted.
They
change Lake Okeechobee from salt
estimated be- ProsecutedClewiston
have passed at speeds '
'
I know of several who have made sugar industry should stand
to fresh water. This bill, should it
miles hour. '
tween fifty and sixty per "
pass, will close every commercial investments here, and others who 'on its own feet.

Certainly no motorist should be fishhouse on the lake and every kind intend to do so. A' number have; writ- 3, There should be no restric-

so self-centered or preoccupied as to of commercial fishing will be ended, ten me personally for information as tion on continental productionof
ignore the rest of the world when he
for when that is done the same laws to where they might secure tree-rip- a non-surplus crop. Loss:

drives down the street. The two effective in the other fresh water ened Florida fruit to be shipped direct than 25% of our sugar re-

streets on either side of the reser- lakes of the state will become effec- from the grove at regular in- quirements are produced in

vation are Clewiston's prettiest tive in Okeechobee. tervals. continental United States.

streets, and at the same time they We're proud of Lake Okeechobeeas Florida's freedom from a sales tax. 4. Increased continental produc-

are Clewiston's most dangerous a paradise for sport fishermenand state income tax and inheritance tax t tion where no domestic sur- Realty And
streets. A larger amount of caution exists will increase the
will continue to encourage sport proved to be one of the strongest ap plus
should be exercised in driving these peals. Literature and 'information employment of American ]labor -
fishing in every way possible. But on
streets than in the school zone. ,Everyone this point on an American basis (the Developll1entCorporation
there are plenty of fish for everyone. was conrtantly demandedand
should cooperate to the full- highest standard in the world),
homeseekers
The few ,seines now in the lake will were eager for details -
est with the Engineers in their efforts increase the demand on capital
not hurt the sport fisherman -anymore concerning our homestead ex-
to reduce the hazards of traf- 'goods industries and make
emption.I .
than the few bass taken by the
fic to little children. available the, existing wealth i
.. I am satisfied that the benefits we I
angler on rod and reel will hurt the; of the State of Florida

" FLORIDA SUGAR commercial fishermen. -So- whvl-- --" I I derive in not having such forms of through the development of I ................................................................................-rr
should there be any further changes? ;! taxation are far greater than any its natural r ources.

. Those who have visited the dis- In certain parts of the county revenue they might bring in and I

, trict south of Lake Okeechobee, there are many times when the abil- firmly believe that during the next The United States' consumes as

where a great tract of sugar cane ity to catch a few fish in traps for few years these benefits will be mul- much sugar as all the rest of.the '

,;.' is growing, have doubtless been impressed sale literally prevents starvation for tiplied in the form of new residentsand world, but is permitted by quota '

it' with the possibilities of that many residents. Even at the present 'increased Florida investmentsand 'restrictions to produce only twenty-

+; industry, the Florida Grower re- time there are a number of farmersin greater tourist patronage to the five per cent of its total sugar requirements ; .1pk

<. marks. A visit to the sugar mill at the Lakeport and Elderberry sec- extent that our actual revenue from and a'bare five per cent ;

:, Clewiston durfng the season when tions of this, county whose crops ,:were present forms of taxation will far of the cane sugar used in this coun-

:L the cane is being crushed and the destroyed recently by heavy rains I I exceed any we might gain by impos- try. 10

?, sugar extracted, will offer a clearer I and they are now eking out ,a scant ing such levies. '

::: view of the manufacturing operation, existence from the few fish and Florida is in an enviable position Haw'sugar 'is extracted from sugar 'J t'

which keeps within our borders a frogs they are able to market.Mr. today. Her greatest need is intelli- cane grown "on the 17,000-acre ; 1 I '
f gent, well in the Florida Ever- ;
planned
: : still larger portion of the profits. Rardin was formerly a resi- publicity and ad- development uiL.a .
dent of Moore Haven and is quite vertising that will enable her to tell glades by passing the cane througha a '
It might be pointed out that theimportance .
L': familiar, we are sure, with conditions her story t6 countless millions who twenty-roll tandem. The refuse, .'
.o- of sugar in the human here. We cannot ,feel that he intro- have not yet heard it. or "bagasse," is delivered to the
diet is so great that many wars have Thousands of boiler plant and used as fuel fat
duced people from the
this bill his
on own volition, I
been fought over the supply. Salt has I :
the of .
production
realizing as he does the tremendous Great Lakes area paid Florida tax- necessary power.After f'q-
ii' also been the
cause of past conflicts.
the have been
cane juices extracted '
blow it will strike at this county and es this year who never paid any be-
: I
In the United States have
we plentyof they are passed through
other parts of the lake section. But fore; increased revenue from our
I' salt, but we produce less than one- various purifying and crystallizing
he was elected representative from gas tax, automobile tags, racing and
fourth of the sugar that we use. operations to the point where the ; :
Palm Beach many other sources can be justly f
county and is trying to
About 95% of our cane sugar Is im- raw sugar is loaded in sacks of 32n
please the electors of that countywho credited, and in no small measure, to jd
:: ported. An authority on the subject pounds each and shipped to the refinery -
recently said: "The production of su- gave him their vote. As they Florida Exhibits at the, World's Fail- where it is refined for table .
' have always fought against in Chicago, at Rockefeller Center in ..
commercial flJtUWV4
in continental United States, at use. .
I fishing in the lake it, is not difficult New York and at the Great Lakes '
an American scale of "
wages ,and at ,
*
to see why they are urging I I Exposition in Cleveland. On the unemployment problem Doyouknowthatyoumay;
,
costs comparable with the low
very all
be able to for home,
the passage of this legislation at this Clarence R. Bitting head of the pay a
1'gal'wage of 'off shore' areas is I ,
an accomplished -, your own,for the same money
time.It.
The Word "Zenana"The vast cane plantation in the
fact in Florida. Unre- sugar you pay for rent?Your neigh
stricted production of sugar in Flor- Is a smooth way to close the word "zenana"' refers to the Florida Everglades, says the removal bors are doing it. So can you.

. : ida will create ever increasing de- lake to commercial fishing and unless apartments; in which Indian women of present sugar quota re- Now,as never before,you can
. every effort is brought to bear ,'e s..'"l'i') '"d. Tli- term corresponds structions would enable his organization secure funds here on a long-
! :
: mands for the products of American '. .. .. .
:" the bill may slide through and be -.1. to employ more than 100,000 term, easy repayable basis at
industry and thus assist in
creating that costs low.
come a law. -Moore Haven Demo- men, at wages equalling if not exceeding terms keep
J a constantly increasing demand for There's no worry,no red tape.
crat. the farm
American labor." Growth of Icicles average wage
Icicles faster paid in the United States. INVESTIGATENOW
:: grow on a clear
Sugar
production in this state is
:,. not day. at zero,weather, than they canon !
': new. .At Crystal Springs stands r.r.a..aaa.mua..a.aaaA hay days oven thou"h the tens The process of gathering the su

the remains of an old Spanish sugar !reraUp: ?""- H"" '''- *n ",1 l ->'o\v gar cane in the Everglades and .. '", ... .', ,

_: mill used during the 16th and 17th Too Late To Classify --- ---..- conveying it to the sugar-house at
centuries. Near Homosassa
stands Keeps Mouth Closed Clewiston, Fla., where tlfc raw sugar Clewiston *
.:, the ruin of the sugar mill that made is 1
We are told that the Indian extracted, requires 111
;
: CR.ssell
: sugar for the southern J3y Kay
army during Diesel fuel burning tractors 412 '
? mother of the past watched her Home t
the Building
war between the states. baby boy at sleep, carefully closinghis cane wagons, all equipped wit!

3: Some Interests declare that It is trrrrrrrrNrrrrrr.rrrrrrrrrrKing Lips, if apart, that he might crawler-type tracks, 10 railroad +; AssociationPAGE ?

f uneconomic to attempt to produce Winter, who has been In pos- acquire the habit of keeping them sidings with cane hoists to load

,'; -( sugar In continental United States. session of Florida Manor on the shut, day and night: as audible the cans from field wagons to railroad .

\ Beet sugar is produced at a profit to chores of Lake Erie for the past breathing i"' i': ht. som0 clay bj trpy. cars, :245: railway cars, and i t Jii i ;; '
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grower and refiner alike We have eight months hag relinquished the hin v.'hcn i h hiding: locomotives ., > ;;
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FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1937 I # THE CLEWISTON) NEWS I PAGES I FIVE

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It..:.:N:..:..: :..:..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .-:? Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm WBig;; called, cut two oval shaped pieces of Fisherman's Dog :FOR RENT:Furnished Apartment.
.? .:. were visitors* in West Palm Beach ticking or canvas, each about 12 inches Available. -F. Williamson tf

:i: Personal Mention :=!: Saturday.Miss long and graduating in width Takes Long Swim
from 6 to 2 inches. Stitch these together -
1
.:":',.:":":.':":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":"':":":. Eunice Meredith left Clew- leaving an opening for the -- .
L. B. MershonAGENT
R. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers was in iston yesterday for a few days' visitin filling, stuff tight with sawdust or An incident which may well be

;4r Clewiston on business Tuesday.Mr. Jacksonville before leaving for shredded scraps of cloth, and close. I included in the list of "Believe-It-Or-

Wilmington, Delaware, where she Cover with outing flannel, then havea Nots" occurred here last week and

and Mrs.--L. M.-Lilly of Moore will make her home with her sister, removable washable cover of mus- there is no reason to doubt the ver- New York Life

Haven were 'business visitors in Mrs. C. R. Byrd. lin. acity of those who told the story for Insurance CompanyARCADIA

Clewiston Wednesday.G. Another pressing help is a roll the first part was told by an entirely -
Harold Spikes returned Wednes- for pressing open seams that might different group than that which FLORIDA

B.' Thomas and Ed Thomas returned day from a visit' with relatives in become mussed if pressed on a board.A furnished the conclusion and at different -

Wednesday from a business Jackson, Mississippi. Mrs. Spikes; small sleeveboard has its place, times. i NORGE REFRIGERATORS

trip to Miami. who accompanied him, stopped off too, in the collection of pressing ac I "Chubby" a police dog owned by ,
: __ in Ocala for a visit with her father, cessories. It should be padded and Ivan (Preacher, ) Whidden, a local Furniture and Home Furnishings

Mrs. C.V.. McDonald and little R. M. Hare, and will return home covered like the regular ironing commercial fisherman, is a constant PHILCO RADIOS

son of Belle Glade were guests of this weekend.Mr. board. companion and when Mr. Whidden'sboat
II Household
friends .in' Clewiston Tuesday ---- goes out on the lake, Chubby Furnishings

and Mrs. Van H. Cothern of ,.. '.............:.....=..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..) goes along and is as much at home Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkins and Okeechobee spent the week-end in on the wide expanses of Lake Okee- i

son of Canal Point visited in Clew- Clewiston as guests,,of Mr. and Mrs. RURAL COMMON SENSE chobee as, most dogs are on dry land. I BELLE GLADE FLORIDA

Jston this week. Walker Nail. Miss Hazel Prince returned By Spuds Johnson He thinks ,nothing of diving off the :

to Okeechobee with them and house .boat used by Mr. Whidden'and j
Miss Mary Markette and Ted Cow- [ is spending this week with her father .:NNN..N:NM N N:N:N N NN:N:N:N NON NNNN N N:. swimming to nearby rigs to visit J. M. COUSECounselor

I I art attended the graduation exercis-:jat; his home there. FARMER IS APPLYING other fishermen and he is always]

es in LaBelle Thursday night. MORE INTELLIGENCETO warmly received. and Attorney nt Law

II Friends ,of L. C. Sturgiss, one of HIS OPERATIONS One day last week while Mr. Hopkins Building '
.I. A. J. Livingston of West Palm the U. S. Engineers who has been --- Whidden's houseboat was anchorednear Wednesdays and Saturdays

Beach was a business visitor in I stationed in Clewiston for several Poking fun at the farmer, who was Observation Island, Chubby 9:30 to 4:00

Clewiston yesterday. years', regret to know that he has considered a. "hayseed", formerlywas dove overboard apparently intendingto ---- --
been confined in the Arcadia General swim to another boat a short dis-
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Hospital since Thursday night of'last the pastime: of the city "wise tance away. The wind was high and II

baby son were visitors' in West Palm I week. guy". The older order has changed the hyacinths were thick and when,

A ,Beach Saturday afternoon. however, and the farmer or grower: a short time later it was learned that

\ Mrs. J. F. Tippey .and Mrs. Iva is now able to hold his own in any he had not arrived at the other boata I 71ttanti: rLORIDAI

,. C. L. Downs returned Sunday froma Burnham motored to West Palm discussions where things of real search' was made but Chubby could I :

business visit of several days in Beach Monday.. Z. G. Meredith, who not be found. It was generally
Hcndersonville, North Carolina.Mrs. accompanied them, boarded the worth are mentioned. He may not be thought that he had become entang-i

train there for Jacksonville wherehe able to do society in the blue book led in the hyacinths and became exhausted -

Dean King left Sunday for was called by the death of his style, 'tis true, but he can. take care and drowned or that he had m GJ

Dale, Indiana, for a month's visit mother, Mrs. Foster Meredith.' of himself in politics, purchasing been caught by an alligator. On his |
with her parents.Dr. return to Moore Haven that evening I'D PilW
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farming and life generally. Those I ..
MRS. SAM HOUSETl HOSTESS AT Mr. Whidden told that Chubby was
who consider him a gullible l I 1 -
AFTERNOON PARTY easy
and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli returned BRIDGE drowned. 00l

Wednesday from a trip to mark quite often receive a rude Two days later the rig operatedby I !! mI t 1t11
Mrs. S. W. Houser entertained delightfully -
Cuba. awakening. Bob White arrived at the Tanner e B
-- with a bridge party Friday Evidences of the farmer's better Fisheries here and on board was m lI

Mrs.: E. V. McClelland of Sehring afternoon at her home on the gov- grasp of things in general are on all Chubby as much alive as ever. Mr. ;

r visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. ernment reservation.Mrs. sides. At almost any meeting of White heard the story of the dog's QiJ &I [il

N. Gallant. Leslie Miller won high score farmers or growers, the man who supposed drowning and after check- : Iii ,j
It (if! Rn
I h
prize and Mrs. L. D. Brown booby doesn't know his stuff and is tryingto _
ing up on time said that the dog had
Mrs. R. Y.' Patterson, Bob Patterson prize. Attending were Mrs. I. M. lead the discussion soon finds' arrived, swimming, at his houseboat
Pafford, Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler, Mrs. '
and W. C. Owen were shopping I himself in hot water. The salesman I approximately 'seventeen hours after
W .F. Simpson, Mrs. John B. Dotterer -
in West Palm Beach Tuesday.Mrs. who would sell to the 'grower, from leaving the other boat. He stated
Mrs. G. S. Mobley and Miss Dorothy -
,
gold bricks on up, must now show
'; -- that the dog was almost completely
: Harry Turner is expected to Lockhart. that he has 'an article of merit, or exhausted and nearly famished. !|
A delicious salad
return to her home here Sunday after course was serv- he is apt to meet a cold reception. The almost unbelievable part of .
ed at the conclusion of play. ,
/, : 1 '"a month's visit with relatives in Many things have conspired to the' story was that Mr, White's rig I II | Stop at thejiotelPotcicia.' ,1

"Los Angeles. bring this about. The farmer reads was anchored near Ritta Island and .
MRS. THOMAS WINNER OF FIRST
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both newspapers and farm papers, I almost twenty miles from where the
PRIZE AT WEDNESDAY BRIDGEMrs.
Rufus L. Smith left this week for and keeps himself informed of eventsof dog had jumped overboard from his '

Venice, Florida, where he has been the day.: He reads bulletins on subjects master's boat. Between the two rigsis
G. B. Thomas was awarded a I I
transferred by the U. S. Engineer of- in which he is interested, and a wide expanse of open water and 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE
waffle set as high score prize at the I
fice. I keeps abreast of developments in his there is ''no other explanation other "
Wednesday Bridge Club, which met fields. He attends meetings relating i f "
than that the dog swam the entire .
at the home of Mrs. M. E. Yenawinethis With
I All Outside Rooms :
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail, to his work, both those on the orderof distance. I I I aPrivate
... week. Low score prize, a lace Bath 1
,,: Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Mrs. W. H. the State Horticultural Society It is the opinion of this paper that .
doily, was won by Mrs. Dave Alston, (i
f Lanier were visitors in Pahokee Tues and county and, community meetings this incident compares favorably
and linen handkerchief COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
cut prize, a .
day afternoon. planned by the' county agent and :with any of Ripley's Believe-It-Or-
went to Mrs. H. R. Hall. '
others. He talks with his county agent Nots.
I Overlooking Biscayne Bay :.
Others playing were Mrs. T. B. i.1
Mrs. J. T. Magaha, Mrs. Howard and other Extension workers, .
Mrs. Leslie Miller Mrs.
Shelley, I. ,
,
Fitzgerald and Mrs. Donald McLeanof Experiment Station investigators, The Wateree River Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and : J
M. Pafford Mrs. Keathley Bowden
,
Fort Myers visited Mr. and Mrs.A. and other farmers. He observes whatis The Wateree river rises in the Business Section.* ,.!,
and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. -delectable ,
C. Carlton ,Monday.Mr. dessert served the happening on other farms as he Blue Ridge, North Carolina, its upper .
course was by
travels about the county or the state. I
hostess. course being known I as the RATES ,::
and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and He interprets the happenings on his. Catawba. Flowing south into South \ .1, '

;; son, Ronald, of Canal Point, visited own farm and profits by' them. I Carolina, it unites with the Con- $1.50 Single:1 a
-. JIMMY HALL ENTERTAINS FOR
relatives here for several days over That his increased knowledge I garee to form the Santee river. :
JUNIOR AND SENIOR' CLASSESThe
the weekend.Mr. stands him in good stead is evidencedby $2.50 Double I
I the fact that he is producing

I and Mrs H. C. Kolstad and I members of the Junior and crops much more economically than. FREE! If excess acid causes you "Special & '
I I Family, Weekly '.
Kim Senior classes of the Clewiston High in able to Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains Indi- '
son, and Mr. and Mrs. WillardF. past years, and was stay Rates '
School were entertained Friday in business when gestion, Heartburn Belching Bloat Monthly ,1
Simpson visited L. C. Sturgiss his products were
the Arcadia hospital Sunday. ening by Jimmy Hall with .a ev-j bringing the lowest prices that some ing, Nausea, get free sample doctor's I S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor 1

ing party at the home of his iof them have brought in 60 or ,100years. prescription, Udga, at Alston's' Drug I {'
Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Berner and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall. I I f I Store. '3rnJnl8
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Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crouch were Delicious refreshments of t i ,'i

visitors in Pahokee and Canal Point wiches l iced drinks, frozen dessert --- 'j

Friday evening. and cake were served to 'the ,.':.

Attending were Misses Mildred
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Mrs. J. T. Platt and children of Ward, Ethel and Gladys Willis, Dor-

J Canal Point are visiting the form- othy Hare and Gladys Allen, Bob I DOES YOUR CAR STALL EASILY ? .:...'

er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Patterson James Winn, Jack Wynn

Richaud. They were joined over, the William Johnson, Guy Nelson and I .
week-end by Mr. Platt. Ed Clark. I >

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Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. RUSSELL CURRY V
1(el St.V I .
and Mis. I. M. Pafford and Mr. and .
Russell; Curry, 25, of LaBelle dierlTuc.dar ..::.J
Mrs. W. F. Simpson attended ben-
a
in the local hospital of ty- :
efit chicken given at Lake
i supper
phoid pneumonia after a short ill-
.,.,... Harbor Church Saturday evening. I,
He
nes-s. was brought here Tuesday' Hi

L. H. Schuck left this week for morning in a critical condition and <

Panama City where he has accepted passed away that afternoon.Mr. .

employment with a railroad com Curry was an employee of the ,.

pany. Mrs. Schuck will join him lat- Arbuthnot Lumber Company and, so t UI' .
' cr. far as is known, was survived by only I -
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; one brother. Englehart <,Funeral I 14pT }
Mrs. R. H. Knight and SOIlS are Home of Fort Myers had charge of icPt

leaving tomorow for a visit of sev- arrangements and the body was taken '
eral weeks with Mrs. Knight's par- to Cedar Key for burial. I ,;I r

ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dumas, in.

Auburn, Alabama.Mrs. -. -. . . j!
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S. E. Royer returned Wed- HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I

nesday from West Palm Beach where Weekly: from Home Demonstration II

she has been staying near her hus- Specialists, Tallahassee'' I .
band who is confined in the
with injuries ,received in a hospital fall at ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:...-:; = \,4' '

the ... ....tL,
house.
sugar AIDS FOR PRESSSING :

Mrs. S., C. -Stalls-and daughters! CLOTHES AT HOME -..... '

Betty and Peggy, and Mrs. W. C. To do good pressing of odd-shaped J ... '

Nail and childien Miriam and Billy, parts of clothing, curved seams, and ,
of Moore Haven were in Clewiston sleeves, the large Ironing board needsto J::

.. Monday. be supplemented by two or three ,

'.. ohB" pressing pads that will fit ''into the I II "
Mr. Mrs.
and
Dotterer and corners and curves. A pressing pad
I .
daughter, Sherry, will leave tomorrow .is made of ticking or heavy canvas: I
for Mount Pleasant, South Carolina -,! filled with sawdust. etNAi

for a visit with relatives. Mrs.I! It is
I a good idea to make one lov:
Dotterer's sister, Mrs. L. D. Brown, 1| and narrow for sleeves and another I p4 oF, ASOUNE LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
who has been their C
guest, for sometime somewhat in the shape of a ham for

returns to her home In !'armholes" and curved seams. To INCREASES POWER, SAVES WEAR .
North Carolina make "tailor's Jt
a ham as Is often

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Sandy Believed in Using

I Just -JJLittle Every Ounce of Steam

BY
Anew church had been built in "

B RIG I H T MARY SCHUMANN the heating; small plant mining was town.installed Asteam-,, and ..1

I IS J al the; meeting house seemed com-

SmiREPLYPAID plete in every way, except it had
no bell. The pastor was now at-
tempting to raise funds to buy a

TAR a. bell."Ye
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CHAPTER XIIIContinued26 ing shoulders, hurried down the Slaves for the American TELEGRAMA "An- ye say the choorch, is 'eat-
pier to be opposite them again. Colonies, Mixed VarietyThe ed by steam?"
watched him intently. He "Yes."
him to look over the side They in "Our History", by clergyman was always being '
She left negro 'Mon-
said
formed the words "I love you" to the miner, "wy
coming ina Carter Woodson pestered for tips by a local loafer.
of the vessel. "They're shook G. says: dunt
looked put whistle
Ellen. She puzzled, ye a on ut-
stream now-hundreds of them, "The source of 'these negroes Having exhausted all possible excuses -
Vancouver
her hand behind her Province.
her head, put
she said returning. tried "I love (drawn in securing slaves for the the loafer one day announced ,
He again.
"I hadn't realized until this ear. her' face and you.h'e American Colonies) will be of : "You will be glad to hear,
moment what a wrench it is to see Joy broke over much interest. They came in the rector, that I have got.a job. But
could the color sweep clear to' Courteous BehaviorAs
see
you both go." his mother. main from Guinea and the Gold it is on a steamer at Saint John,
brow. She turned to -
"I'll miss you, too." 'her Coast. Very few came from the and 1 have no money to get there." the sword of the best tem-
"He
A half dozen tourists from St. He could see "her say, West Coast of Africa. The slave- "Let me see the letter offeringyou pered metal is most flexible, so

Louis gathered beside them, oh-ed says he loves me! trading nations did not, control that the job." the truly generous,are most pliant

and ah-ed at the river, pointed to Fluvanna nodded at him delight part of the continent. Among Putting his hand in his pocket and courteous in their behaviorto
the ferry boats, to the tug which edly. Why Mother wanted this too! these slaves were a few of the the loafer said thoughtfully: "It their inferiors.-Fuller.

was to take them out, then movedon. Ellen's eyes were on him; he, most intelligent of ,the Africans, was a telegram."

could see her mouth tremble. She, the Senegalese, with an infusion of "Well let me see the telegram."
"You'll be lonely, I'm afraid, stretched out her arms. The boat Arabic blood. They were especially Quick asa flash came the reply: Gas Gas Ji"
with your mother gone.' valuable for their work as me- "1 can't sir. It was a reply-paid ,
"Oh, don't worry about me. I chanics and artisans. Then there one-so I had to send it backl"! the T me Can't *


have content"Yes my,"' if business.she they mused"have, "men thatbusiness. seem-I fllllll 1IIIIIff{1111111lllfllll'( I '( Iflill III i II sidered were'prone the to gentle Madingoes theft'. in ,demeanor who were con-but Montreal. Herald.IN ITALICS' Eat: or Sleep, '

." "The gas on my stomach was so bad
The Coromantees, brought from I could not eat or sleep. Even my
He heard the deep blast of a
the Gold 'Coast, were hearty and heart seemed to hurt. A friend suggested
whistle, and a good-sized vessel, ) Adlerika. The first dose I took
'" stalwart in mind and body. For brought me relief. Now I eat as I
brightly lighted, went" down-stream. n -- ,) II IIM that reason they were frequentlythe wish, sleep fine and never felt better."
"What was that? -Mrs. Jas. Filler.
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"Some sort of passenger ,
said that the Cor- lower bowels while ordinary laxativesact
was however
Too small for an ocean liner. on the lower bowel only. Adlerika
"Sailing at eleven," repeated El- omantees were not revengefulwhen gives your system a thorough cleansing -
well treated. Slavers brought:: bringing out old, poisonous matter
len. "It seemed a century away C --, that you would not believe was in your
this morning, yet here it is al-, over some Whydahs, Nagoes and system and that has been causing gas
Paw Paws. They were much desired pains sour stomach, nervousness and
most upon us. Did you ever have headaches for months.Dr. .
that feeling of waiting for a dayor by the planters because they //. L. ShoubVeto York, reports
Ll "In addition to intestinal cleansing,Adlerika
an hour-haft afraid it would not were lusty, industrious, cheerfuland He-1 don't see why you should greatly reduces bacteria and colon bacilli,"
come-because it means some- 1 submissive. refuse me just because 'm a newspaper Give your bowels a REAL cleansingwith
thing' definite? Yet it comes and \ "There came also the Gaboons. man. feel. Adlerika Just one and spoonful see how relieves good GAS you

is gone so quickly." They were physically weak and She-I don't like your type., and constipation. At all Leading
He nodded. Numbly he felt that consequently unsuited for purposesof Druggists.

there was something he wanted to exploitation. The colonists imported lie Should Know

say that Ellen might say, yet l too, some Gambia negroes, "Did anyone know anything about I Silent Lies
they bandied these inanities back !r' P\\4. prized for their meekness. The that man Disher, who died in Africa The cruelest lies are often told

and forth. The moments were ''tl Eboes, brought from Calabar, were a' year or two back?". asked" a in silence.-Stevenson.;

passing. He folded his arms on the not desired, because they were inclined man in the village inn.

rail and stared at the gray water, to commit suicide rather "Yes sir," came the reply froma
lighted by flickering gold. The con- than bear the yoke of slavery. The stranger in the corner. How CARDUI

suming passion he had had for Congoes, Angolas and the Eboes "This ma'n Disher was the

Dorrie sprayed its vitriol over his I 4 gave their masters much troubleby straightest chap who ever,lived., He Helps WomenCardui

mind. He didn't have anything to running away. Among the ne- was honest, generous, hardworking, is a purely vegetable medicine -

say. Nor did she. It was the pale groes thus, imported, too, there thrifty and a\ model husband." found by many women to ease

moon, the April night, the romanceof rfM.,' were a few, Moors and some brown "And how did you find out so functional pains of menstruation. It
the river which stirred magic people from Madagascar." much about'him?" asked the first also helps to strengthen women,who
She Kissed Him
impulses, whispered to his imagi- Unexpectedly man have been weakened, by poor nourishment ,
nation. It was the loneliness of Ellen With Clinging Warmth.was The Term "White Paper" "I married his widow," was the by increasing their appetite ,

and himself which accountedfor moving faster. Once more she The term "white paper" is applied rather sad answer. and improving their digestion. Many

it-a mood which would pass. gestured, this time more timidly. to government reports on any Monotony have reported lasting benefit from
Ellen touched him. '"Come, we subject, especially British publica- the wholesome nutritional assist-
"You-over. there. She threw hima "Why did tell him not to come
you
must go." kiss. tions of a less extensive nature than ance obtained by taking Cardul. If
Moving through the thronged the British blue-books which are to see you again? you have never taken Cardui, get a
He watched until the deck be- "He talhs of nothing except him-
deck, they went back to the lounge. official reports of parliament, and of bottle of Cardui at the nearest drug
came a dark blur of figures as the self. answered Miss Cayenne.
"I'll half hour while the council. of store read the directions and try it.
stay here a privy Reports am-
boat moved away from the lightsof "But he has had interesting .ex"Very -
you talk to your mother. Then it the pier, swung into the river. bassadors, consular officials, etc., perience.; ."
will be time for you to get off." are often printed as "white 'pa. ; Unwanted Things
He would follow-no, he couldn't.But I true. It's'none the less tire-
She came to the stateroom when pers." These terms have been in What do not want''is dear ata
he would go in a few weeks. some to feel] as if he had mistakenyou you
the bell rang for visitors ashore.Fluvanna's use for many years. During the
Things were better. Go home; get for a stenographer and was farthing.-Cato.
face, tear-wet, held a things in order; perhaps the last of late war, most of the warring nations dictating his autobiography."

soft radiance. Hugh kissed her May-June stumbled, along,' published official documentsto .
good-by. He extended his handto the wharf. At 'the street a plead- justify-their stand. These included -, A Wise Judge

Ellen. Good-bY-don't forget ing derelict asked him for a dime. the white book of the Germans. Judge (to amateur yegg-So they
to write occasionally." He put a dollar in his hand. While I the blue books of the British and caught you with this bundle of sil

' "I won't forget." Unexpectedlyshe he waited for a taxicab, he lookedup Serbians! the yellow book of the verware. Whom did .ou plunder?

kissed him with clinging at the heavens. 'In the pow- French, the orange book of the Russians Yegg Two fraternity houses

warmth.. dered sky one star shone' more the red book of the Austrians, your honor.

Hugh stood stock still; a brief exalted brightly than any of the others. the green book of the Italians, etc. Judge (to sergeant-Call up the alotabs
emotion throbbed throughhim. Bright star-steadfast and endur- The names are derived from the downtown hotels and distribute this

She shouldn't have done that. ing. colors of the paper covers given to stuff.-Montana Banker.

She really shouldn't. THE ENPIs the documents TRADE MARK REC.
i i He turned to his mother again I. Ready for Road
and said mechanically, "You'll ca- Science Advances in Telepathy Tests; "I say," said the novice, who

ble when you get there?" was being given a demonstration ina "for I
University Man Gives Much Informationbe "what 'makes it .
"Darling, you've asked me that used car, jerk so
when you first put it into gear?"
four times! protested Fluvanna. biliousness, sour stomach,

"And I'll write from the boat, and telepathy, mongrelized by yearsof found in "Man, the Unknown," "Ah,"it said to be the a real salesman car-it's, "that anx- bilious indigestion, flatus

also as soon as we are located in vaudeville trickery, at the thresh- the recent book by Dr. Alexis Car- ious proves to start."Pearson's Weekly.. lence and headache, dueto
Paris. You'll be deluged with mail! old of becoming a science? As- rel, who wrote: "Those endowed constipation.

And remember, a letter a tonishing experiments have pro- with this power grasp the secret
Too Many People lOc and 25c dealersThe
week from I'll be miserable if at
you gressed to a point where private thought of other individuals without "
don't have at least line two May-If you try to kiss me ]I
I a or
, home tests are invited. With them using their sense organs. They also
.f shall !
scream
from my boy., goes the candid warning that, despite :perceive events more or less remoteIn Hardened
"I'll promise to send three lines." the fun of using' the mind as space and time. This quality is Joe-Not with all these people Justice must tame whom mercy

"Now get off'or' they'll be pullingup a messenger' boy, there is hazard, exceptional. It develops in only a about, surely. cannot win.-Saville.
May-Let's find a quieter spot,
the gangplank. She patted, perhaps tragedy, as a possible re- small number human beings. .
kissed him again and pushed him then-Windsor! Star.
ward for psychic tinkering.The Clairvoyance appears quite com-
out of the door. man who took telepathy out monplace to those who have it. It Miss n
,} He stood on 'the pier, his limbs of the music hall and put it into brings them knowledge which is PROMOTED"You

oddly shaky, watching them at the the laboratory is slim, youthful, ,impetuous more certain than that gained REE LEEF
rail, Fluvanna and Ellen. His and mop-haired, a rapt be- through the sense organs."

mother ,did not look excited; she liever in the theory that the human Dr. Rhine experimented with chil- says: l

was gently smiling. Mother way- mind is, to more or less degree, a dren, then college students. The f- w ..
mystical ..looking; that'was the sensitive broadcasting station with results were dismaying. Then he

word! Ellen was trying to say messages for those with minds ca- tried hypnotized' subjects and, final- Y "CAPUDINE '

something to him; her lips formed pable of tuning in the right wave- ly the key to science, specially gift-
words he could not he,r. He shook length, says the Literary Digest.He ed students. Results followed im relieves
his head. She tried
again. The is Dr. Joseph Banks Rhine, pressively.He .
ship was moving sliding almost HEADACHE )
whose experiments at Duke univer-
Ellen resortedto is careful to distinguish be-
imperceptibly.
gestures. "You," she mctioned, sity keep people'awake nightly from tween clairvoyance and telepathy. say he's no longer an apartment quicker becauseit's
North Carolina to California. "
"over there!" She meant he wouldbe Clairvoyance, he says, is percep- house janitor?
coming for them. He noddedhis Mainly, success depends, he says, tion, such as symbols on the cards. "No he's a full engineer now who liquid...
head in assent. on possession of the "gift" to some Telepathy is "mind-reading." Persons gives: advice on how to save coal." dittcur&l
aheatly
extent, favorable mental conditionsto
Over there Buc they were gifted with one ordinarily pos-
a large extent. Then: sess the other.Distance Reason Enough
leaving him! It came upon him
with a pang of desolation. There "First, a genuine interest is re he holds, makes no dif- "There's one encouragement about
would be an ocean between. Ellen quired. Preferably a fresh spon- ference. Indeed, better results are trans-Atlantic flights?"

had kissed him. The revela: taneous" curiosity to see if you, can obtained when test objects are sepa- "What's that?" :.&
tion was blinding Ellen! Why do it. rated by rooms. High scores ob- "A flier knows that no matter CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

hadn't he seen it before? Not mo- In more than 100,000 trials, con- tain when several miles intervene.. where he comes down, he'll land on
mentary impulse, but love direct- ducted since 1927, he has obtained Remarkable results were obtainedat page one for a day or so anyway!"
ing him. Ellen-he-their desti- results that seem billions to one distance of 100 miles.

nies intermingling He saw it as against the operations of pure "With all its dangers it is, I be- Inevitable"Do

clearly as if a directing finger chance. Mathematically, at least, lieve, the greatest field for intellectual you think it will ever be pos-
pointed. And she did-she would he has shown that, in some persons adventure that the student has sible to settle all international dif- PHOTOGRAPHY

love him., Her kiss had told him. j perception withouV use of the before him today," says Dr. Rhine. ferences without war?" PHOTO" FINISHING

Waits Stop the ship! They I ordinary sense does, in fact exist. "The perils add to the zest, and the "No," replied Senator Sorghum."At Any size roll film developed. and 16 never-
fade 25c coin.TROUP'S
prints.
mustn't: go! I Support for Dr. Rhine's faith can size of the game is unequalled." best there's bound to be a war PHOTO SERVICE Tocroa, Ga.

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