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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 21, 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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If VOLUME 11, NUMBER 19 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, \ Y21, 1037 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR
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I I LEE POINTS TO HUGEDISCREPENCIES Rev. Kent PendletonTo AUTHORIZATION IS I Thursday Closings MUCH INTEREST IN


Preach Sunday Now In. Effect

IN I EXPECTED FOR NEW WEEK'S MATCHES OF

Rev. Kent Pendleton, of Fort My- Yesterday marked the first of the

OFFICES OF COUNTIES ers, will preach at the Community LOCKS IN ST. LUCIE summer retail Thursday stores closed afternoon at 12:30 closings.All to. I TENNIS TOURNAMENT

-- Church Sunday evening, services be- remain closed until Friday morning.The .

FNS ginning at 7:45. Rev. Pendleton, a agreement to close was made I
Tallahassee, ( ) -Discrepancies Authorization of the expenditureof By Z. G. Meredith

in county fiscal offices totaling retired Christian minister, preachedthe approximately $806,000 for lock by all drug stores as well as grocery,

baccalaureate sermon for the construction in the. St. Lucie canalas clothing and other establishments.Only The tennis tournament, sponsored -
,more than $838,000 have been reported local school. part of the OkeechobeeCaloosahatchee filling stations will remain openas by the Clewiston Tennis Club, Is

to the Comptroller's office waterway project is expected usual. moving along very nicely and by this

by State Auditing Department dur- The Community Church is withouta before the present session of con- The Western Union office and the, week-end most of the matches

four while regular minister at this time and Post Office 'will also remain open, should be in the final rounds. Due to
ing the past years, recov- gress adjourns.The
neighboring ministers have been of allotment has been recom- although the Post Office departmenthas this fact, most of the matches now
eries have totaled only $185,000, according .
much assistance to the local church
mended by the U. S. Engineers and not definitely ruled that the being played, are exhibitions of some
to a letter from ComptrollerJ. until such time as a minister is appointed -
has been included in the omnibus Clewiston office must remain open, very fine tennis.

M. Lee to State Senator John C. here. Rev. Holmes LogaIi, rivers and harbors bill, which is now permission to close has not yet been During the past week some very

Wynn, of Marianna. Many of the Methodist minister of Moore Haven, before the Congress. It is expectedthat granted, and for the present it will interesting matches have been play- .
occupied the pulpit here last Sunday.
items "are controversal" the letter the bill will be passed by the remain open.Kiwanis. ed and most all of them have been

present session, but it carries no ap- witnessed by as large a gallery as
stated.
(k1 Senator Wynn, who introducedbills 22 Hendry County propriation of funds and is merely Club Sponsors could be expected from a commun-'
authorization of the work, when ity of this size. Cars have been park-

to consolidate the State Audit- Boys In CCC Camps funds are appropriated.C. Benefit Picture Show ed all around the three courts and
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,ing Department with the Comptroller's
Nelson, now in charge of, the also on the side street along side of
office and to provide that the
Clewiston office of U. S. Engineers, --- the courts. This is evidence of the'
governor and his cabinet audit the Jacksonville Fla.' (SpecialThereare A benefit movie "We're On The
,
explained that the plans for con- fact that tennis is a very popular
Comptroller's office annually thru 22 boys from Hendry county in struction will provide a larger lockat Jury" will, be sponsored by the Ki- sport here in Clewiston.To .

the services of certified ,public accountants the Civilian Conservation Corps earning the Stuart end of St. Lucie canal. wanis Club at the Dixie Crystal mention one or two of the

I started a personal investigation a total of $660 a month, according Present locks at this location are Theatre next Thursday evening, matches which were played recently -
I two weeks ago when rum- compiled the State through the courtesy and ..
to a report by cooperationof
30 by 125 feet and situated on we have, in the Men's Singles,
ors of asstounding losses reached him Board of Social Welfare, which actsas Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis, owner
a curve in the canal. The new locks, First Flight, the match between Cur-
following introduction of his bills. the in Florida and of the theatre.
selecting agency' when built, ,will be beside the pres- manager ry and Manley. In this match inter-
He wrote Comptroller Lee for a for this The Kiwanis Club needs funds to
program. ent locks so that excavating a new est was very keen due to the fact
i complete report of the situation: Families of these boys receive approximately channel will be possible because of retire the obligations assumed in that both players were pretty even-

i "I have been unable to find any $550 each month in al- the curve in the canal at that point. the construction of the three new ly matched and they also had play-

i basis .for criticism of the men lotments. Each enrollee receives $30a The. new locks will be 50 by 260 concrete tennis courts, which have ed once before in an inter-city match

i charged with doing this job", the month, of which $25 is sent'to'' his feet and will care for boats whichare proven of such pleasure and benefitto here in Clewiston in which Currywas

, Comptroller said in response to a family. ,unable to use the present small the town, and there is no doubt the victor in three hard fought
to who ,was but that the benefit will be well at-
reporter's as re
query locks. Due to the location, the new
There are twenty-four camps in sets. However, this time Manley, by
sponsible. "They are 'laboring under he. state and the majority of Florida locks may be constructed with no tended. his very steady playing ,and stamina,
the terrible handicap of a law plainly -' "We're On The Jury" will be
to and both
interruption navigation
boys are sent to these; but ome goo was able to turn the tables and em-
in defiance of constitutional man- shown both Wednesday and Thurs-
camps in other states.. During the new and old locks will be left in erge victor at the end of a very close ,
date, and setting up a, system that service. day evenings, but the Kiwanis Club
last enrolling period in April, 997 and exciting match. As mentioned be-
defies orderly The best urges all who possibly can to attend
processes. boys were selected for the CCC from The new locks will permit controlof fore, on'e reason why this match was
men are helpless in a maze of legal the Thursday showing and help the
Florida, bringing the total now in water levels without the use of of great interest. was due to the fact
technicalities such as can grow out Club wipe out its debt.
camps to 6291. About $157,275 Lock No. 1, which is mow in use at that Manley is from LaBelle and
of deliberately flaunting the Constitution The tennis courts have exceedingly -
monthly is paid to the families of Lake Okeechobee end of the canal. proven Curry one of our home town boys.
and apparently this is what popular, and form the nu
,
these boys. These may be removed after the new Should they meet again in another
has brought about the situation." cleus of a recreation center of
The State Board, of Social Welfare locks at' Lock 2 are built'and in match we are giving everyone notice
which the town is justly proud. The
Comptroller Lee's letter to the
for the CCC camps since the board use. that they will miss some fine tennisif
Kiwanis Club provided about $200
Senator discloses no audit reports
filed for the office of 74 major has acted as state selecting_ agency If the present bill passes congress r toward their construction, and muchof they are not present.In .

county officials during the four year was created two years ago by the and authorizes the work, it is prob- this was in the form of a loan the Ladies' Singles, a match
1935 Social Welfare Act. The Legislature able that the appropriation will come which is still which was played Thursday after- '1
: unpaid.!
,G period and includes this astounding. -
.\ I Ii is considering bills to extend up before the session next year. noon 'and in which' rivalry, was keen '
1k,f statement: the present welfare act beyond July I was the match between Pat Smith

i "Insofar as I have been able to 1, when the law ends. Rates On Night and Florence Hackett.. Pat Smith was

I find, only one defaulting officer wlo winner 6-3; 6-4. This match attracted "

vigorously defended against"the prosecution Sidney Hoover SpeaksAt DEVELOPMENT OF Messages ReducedThe the largest gallery yet seen for
I has been convicted.
anyone match and even though one

II I "According to the records of this Kiwanis MeetingSidney CATTLE INDUSTRYIS Western Union Telegraph of them was bound to lose, anyone
: office,", the Comptroller's letteradds, who saw this match can't help but
Company will on June 1st inaugu-
"only $185,000 of a total sum say they saw some of, the best tennis
rate a ,new low rate for night': mes-
I' ($838,000 reported amounts due) Hoover addressed membersof DEMONSTRATED ; played on these courts to date-even
sages, according to A. A. Munroe,
has been received. Bond companies the Clewiston Kiwanis Club at including many matches played by
local manager. "THe effect of these
question their liability when verdicts the regular meeting Wednesday evening -
I reductions is that the charge for
I I of not guilty are rendered and at the Inn, and his talk was Cary Carlton, manager of the men.The great interest shown in tennis
will
25 words be the same as and in
1 force ,the acceptance of compromise I I one of the most interesting and instructive Bar-B ranch located eight miles some cases lower than, the present by the people -Clewiston since the

settlements. heard by the Club. north of LaBelle, entertained witha three new courts have been built,
charge for a 10 word night message,
j "The various amounts' making up I lis I :Mr. Hoover's "subject was "What barbecue last week in connectionwith and< that long messages can be sent has been very encouraging to say the-
total controversial. The department an Architect? and he traced the show and demonstration boasts
mem-
this are a cat.tle" at even lower rates", said Mr. .Mun least. The Club now a
making the audit has no history of architecture from early of his herd''and various experiments bership of about 52 and most all of

jurisdiction or authority to make settlements times to the present.His ,which he has, been conducting. roe.The 10 word night message will the members are either in the tour-

of such accounts.The Comp- descriptions of the beautiful Among the 5000; cattle on the be discontinued and the initial naments now being staged or expectto

.,,: troller, who is required to make the temples of the ancient Greeks' and ranch are 125 mixed Brahmas, a les- charge for night letters will be for be in the next one.

settlements, has had no part in mak- Romans and of cathedrals of a later ser number of Braford, Hereford and .25 words instead of for 50 words. For the winners of the present

ing the audit-and is, therefore, unable age brought out various points in I one Red Devon bull. The maximum charge for a 25 word tournaments some very appropriate

to defend the facts and figures the development of architecture. The guests included prominent night, letter will be fifty cents, even prizes have been promised by Als-

assembled in such audit as the cor-I :Mr. Hoover stressed the value of Everglades land owners and cattlemen I for the. greatest distances in the I ton's Drug. Co., Lake Drug Co., Royal

rect basis of settlement.; Then, when I architecture to the community and from Arcadia, Fort Myers,I United States.Meeting Grocery Store, The B&B Grocery

summoned into court, he is forced' the very practical need for an architect Moore Haven, LaBelle and Miami. I Store, Royal's Dry Goods Store, and

''I, to admit he did not make the figures to assist in the planning of evena The cattle industry is a promin- The Clewiston Supply Co. The Clew-

and, therefore, cannot of his own small home. ent one in Hendry county. The qual- Called To iston Tennis Club wishes to thank

knowledge, testify to their correct Mr. Hoover is an interesting ity of % cattle has been greatly im- each of the'above for their cooper-

ness. speaker and this as well as his proved and much progress made 11 Organize Glee Club ation In donating these prizes and

,. "For such reasons, it has been former talks to the club were the past few years. thus making it possible for each win-

e, next to impossible, to obtain convic- greatly enjoyed. Another experiment which Mr. -- ner to receive a suitable prize.
= tions against fiscal officers in criminal Carlton is this is all those interested
beginning spring A meeting of Matches which are due to be play-
precautions for such defaults watched with a great deal of inter- in the organization of a Clewiston ed yet and which should be arranged -

when vigorous defense has been MRS. PATTERSON HOSTESSAT est by-those connected with this rap Glee Club has been called by J. E. and played off by this week-end if

made." LOVELY TEA MONDAY idly growing South Florida industry. I Beardsley: for next Monday eveningat possible are the following:

The Comptroller's letter, continues That is the problem of controlled 8 o'clock in the school auditor- Men's Single-First Flight: Mob-
: Mrs. R. Y. Patterson was hostessat breeding which is accomplished by ium.
ley vs Ford; C. Moore vs C. Robbins.
"Such misuse of public funds can a lovely tea Monday afternoon keeping the bulls separated from the There has been' for some time dis- Second Flight: B.
Men's Singles-
be stopped by the restoration of authority until with view to suchan
honoring her mother, Mrs. L. R. cows spring a cussion as to the possibilities of Hare vs Royal.
appropriation' auditorsto bringing in the calf crop early organization in Clewiston, and it
Johnson and her sister, Mrs. R. J. Men's Doubles: Manley & Smithvs
the Comptroller's, office. i
enough that they will be strong and is believed that enough talent is here
"Without such restoration and appropriation Friedrichsen who are visiting here. J. Beardsley & C. Moore; Beery I
hardy enough the next spring to resist and enough interest: will be shownto
the Comptroller's officeis & Hare vs VonMach & Curry.; The
Calling during the afternoon were the screw worm infestation perfect an organization. ,
helpless and,in my opinion, such Mrs. H. J. B. ScharJ berg, Mrs. F. which is worst in warm weather. Mr. Beardsley is director of the winner of this match to play B.

misuse of public funds will increase Deane Duff, Mrs. Claude Downs, Like experimentation in other'parts choir of the ,Community Church and Beardsley & Ford.

rapidly because it has become com- Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. .H, C. Kolstad, of the state has produced a much 1 because of his keen interest in the I Ladies' Singles: Mrs. B."Beardsley

monly known that such offenders Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. M. E. Von better grade of calves and has increased possibilities of the Glee Club he has vs Miss M. Moore ,

cannot be convicted and punished Mach, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. 'G. B. the revenue from the sale taken the lead in getting together: Ladies' Doubles: This, final matchto

under the present unworkable sys Thomas, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. G. of young steers considerably.Playground l all who are interested. I be played Sunday, May 30 with
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tern. Small, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. J. W. the other final matches.

Ezelle, Mrs., J. A. McGehee, Mrs. E. Equipment Miss Lena Smith, of Winter Haven ,Mixed Doubles:, L. Hare & P.

! : Delegates Return From C. Mills, Mrs.\ G. E. Smith, Mrs. R. \ is spending several days in Clew- Smith vs Mobley & L. Miller.

N. Smith, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. iston in connection with her work as

State Legion Meeting Olin Carleton, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Several pieces of playground state director of young people's work TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS

Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Mrs. O. F, equipment designed for children's for the Presbyterian Church. Miss

.. Schiffli, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. O. use have been added to the cl wis-I Smith is giving instruction in Christ- Examination for teachers' certi-

(L Clewiston 'Post No. 93 was repre- A. Jones, Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. ton Recreation Center this week. ian Endeavor work to local leaders. ficates will be held in the super-

sented at the American Legion's H. J. Oglesby, 1h'g'Fred Henricksen Two see-saws, a horizontal ladder She is a guest in the home of Mr. intendent's office in the court housein

state convention which was held in Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. 11.I.. elevated about 6 feet, several swingsand and Mrs. I. M. Pafford. LaBelle June 3-4-5, 1937. -
I Lakeland the latter part of last Prewitt and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. trapezes have been Installed. The Application blanks may be obtained -

I week. S. A. Graves, adjutant and Sandwiches, coffee, tea and cakes steel supports for the trapezes and Colonel Earl North, ,district engineer at the superintendent's office.S. .

I R. N. Miller, historian of the post, were served. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. for the larger swings have been set for the Florida district, whose A. ,GRAVES,

and G. B. Thomas attended the sesI Friedrichsen received lingerie from in concrete pillars. headquarters are In Jacksonville, Hendry County Superintendent -

I sions. Mrs. Graves and Mrs. Thom the hostess as mementoes of their, Erection of the equipment was was in Clewjston! on business; Wednesday ; Public Instruction.
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1937

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what (.C9bb Many Die in Zeppelin Hindenburg Explosion "Quotations"V

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: r' 93 we use money with business "
JflVttVthinks p A! i R ; needs, so we need manners for .)
our daily needs.-Michael Arlen. c

The only worthy attitude of an individual
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.r :; as of a nation, is this-to
Curing Stuttering. serve a greater whole and to strive

.., for improvement and ennoblement.-
,
LEE ARIZ.-Away n ;
up '
CHIN ..- ( Albert Einstein.
in the Indian country /!.; 'yi ,c'li, rrt3Sy War is not a relic of barbarism,

conies_ a newspaper;! saying < but the fruit of the system under
"'
f : a''f% %%
tJ which we live.-Devere Allen Editor.A .
some expert at correcting human / xa< ,
man of forty is not too old to
turned
has
utterance
up have made up his mind about many
with a cure for stuttering.But J ; things and too young not to be willing .

why? By his own admission, ; p to change it.-George Boas.

nearly all stutterers can sing and The silver lining .o the world depression
; is woman's chance to
most of them can : prove
T- she really is man's helpmate.ElinoTGI.n.
swear fluently, thus .
providing superior
emotional outlets in
two directions. One
of the smartest.

know criminal deliberately lawyers I )i) % ravoKite
iffy
cultivated a natural
impediment in his s i

In court- By
speech. '.r'
{'k iyG.a S .i )2ed2Q
room debates it \ Ann Harding
F'RKa ti '
gave him more timeto nXta Actress

think up either Irvin S. Cobb
the right questionsor
to figure out the right answers. Chicken Salad. .-=\

And one of the most charming 1 quart cold chicken ...
1 pint finely cut celery ;
Voices I ever heard belonged to a ) : \ 'r ws A4il:, h {N n\ \ { k+ .li / y 3 hard-boiled eggs '' '
Louisiana girl whose soft southern 2 cupfuls mayonnaise
accents were fascinatingly inter- This remarkable picture was made just as the giant German dirigible Hindenburg burst into flames Small bottle of olives
Salt to taste
rupted at intervals by a sudden and exploded as it was preparing to'land at Lakehurst, N. J., following a flight from Germany. Ninety-eight PaprikaJoint

stammer., persons aboard were plunged to earth in the flaming wreckage. Thirty-four died almost instantly and of the the dressed chicken and

64 rescued, many were horribly injured. An explosion of a gas cell in the stern was blamed for the disaster. boil until tender. Allow it to cool,

How to Relax. I then cut into small pieces until the

BEFORE I started, out here, feel-, required amount is obtained. Use

jumpy after Death in Disaster only the whitest celery, and none
wrestling a radio' program for six Engineer Escapes Zeppelin with coarse strings. Cut two of
months, Jimmy Swinnerton, the art-
the eggs, not too fine. Mix chicken -
ist, who's one of the most devoted
celery, eggs and seasoning.
friends these high mesas ever had, Many Survivors I, Allow the mixture to stand witha
advised me to try stretching out, on '.!'.r,<- little French dressing for an
Burned and Cut
the desert sands for
as a measure
hour or more in a cool place.To .
health and complete relaxation anda in Flaming Ship serve, the mayonnaise may be
general toning up. mixed
with the chicken or servedas

"Just lie down perfectly flat," he Chief Engineer Rudolph Sauter, a top dressing, according to
said. Then he took another look at taste.
of the Zeppelin Hindenburg, who
"
my figure. "Anyway, lie down, was severely injured, but escaped Serve on fresh lettuce leaves.
he said. death when the giant ship explodedas Garnish with slices of the third
So today I tried it. Another friend,
egg and stuffed olives. Sprinkle
it was about to land at Lake-
John Kirk, the famous, Indian trader with paprika.
hurst N. J.
recently. Flaming to
helped me pick out a, suitable Copyright.-WNU ServIce.KillS .
earth, the Hindenburg was soon a
spot on the Navajo reservation that
charred mass of wreckage. Of the
was forty miles from the nearest
habitation.But 98 persons aboard, 64 were rescued,
including Captain Max Pruss, com- d
the site I chose was already
manding the giant airliner for the
pre-empted by a scorpion with a II IIJ
first time.
fretful stinger arsd an irritable dis- .%
position that seemed to resent be-

ing crowded. So I got right up COMMANDED ZEPPELIN
f again. _
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Speed Crazed Drivers.
"
WHY the hurry, Sonny Boy? INSECTSON
you almost daily. You're

roaring through populous streets or b I FLOWERS FRUITS

skidding on hairpin turns or whirl- VEGETABLES & SHRUBS
ing at sixty perilous miles an hour
around the kinked and snaky twistsof t Demand original sealed
bottles from
your dealer
mountain roads like some de- i

moniac bug racing along the spineof '_, : :' 3cyy
a coiled rattler.If :

_
I am one to say, you probably Hold to Your Friends
have primed yourself for this sense- The friends thou hast, and their

less speeding on that most danger- adoption tried, grapple them to

-.s of all mixed tipples-the fear- Davis of Kansas Heads U. S. Chamber thy soul with hoops of steel.-William -
some combination of alcohol and y rCA Shakespeare. .

gasoline. Or perhaps, like the blind Commerce Chief Is
mule of the folklore tale, you just

naturally don't care a dern., One Banker, Farmer fl FOR BURNS
thing is plain: Despite the high per-
q and StorekeeperGeorge R sOWl@lLU ME I
centage of mortality your breed is '} .' w w w
4' f N'
the increase.So e
on
SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM
JELLY
\Jbrca5
the 'SU lIL H. Davis of Kansas City,
again, echoing question
which the coroner must frequently who was elected president of the

ask at the inquest, why the hurry, Chamber of Commerce of the Unit- Wild Anger
" Sonny Boy? ed States at its recent annual meet- The dirigible Hindenburg's 1937 Small fits of anger are like

T It can't be that anybody wants sa Ft < ing in Washington, D. C. ,He succeeds maiden voyage'which ended in flaming campfires that are likely to be-

you back at the place where you've Harper Sibley. Mr. Davis is disaster when the airship exploded come forest fires if not extin-
j been. banker, a farmer and a merchant.At just before landing at Lake- guished.
:f( its convention the Chamber op- hurst, N. J., marked the first time

,\:' -. Civilization's Predicament. k( posed President Roosevelt's proposal that Capt. Max Pruss commandedthe
,. \ to revamp the Supreme court sky liner on a flight from Ger-
A Good LaxativeThe
; FEEL it my duty to call attention -
I and called for amendments to the many to the United States. Last
\ to the following warning, re-
." cently published Wagner labor act, defining "unlaw 'year he was a subordinate officer bad feelings and dullness
: :
;s "The earth is degenerating in ful" labor practices. The chamber when Capt. ,Ernst A. Lehmann and often attending constipation take f;\

\ these latter days. bribery and : urged that legislation be enacted to Dr. Hugo Eckener, the veteran Zep- the joy out of life. Try a dose of
for the acts pelin expert, handled the ship on
: corruption abound. the children "establish responsibility Black-Draught at the first sign of
t, no longer obey their parents. it of labor organizations." her regular passenger schedule. constipation and see how much bet-

;' is evident that the end of the worldis ter it Is to check the trouble beforeIt

approaching!" gets a hold on you.. Black-
- However, it should be added that Journey's End for World's Greatest AirshipS I Draught Is purely vegetable and Is

this prediction is not, as might be so prompt and reliable. Get refreshing -

assumed from its familiar ring, relief from constipation by

the utterance of some inspired observer S .1%y;.,.:'::.4r, taking purely vegetable
i: of the present moment. It ,/;:S.2T JzC'ly t
:_" is a translation from an Assyrian '.: :
, yr.'k ;
t tablet, dated 2800 B. C. ,,. ,,
.
, 33, .
r d ypn a y .r yrw \ ,
.
Waning States' Rights. MediationTo
,: A S I watch commonwealth after mediate is to get into the

". commonwealth below the Mason middle of a thing; to study it
and Dixon line tumbling over deeply.-Gerard. B. F. Hallock.
one another to embrace centralized

authority in exchange for federal

funds for local projects, I'm reminded Miss
i: of a trip which 'a friend of n
mine out here
just made.
He's a descendant of the Lees and REE LEEF --1
he decided to pay a pious pilgrimage ,-.l

to the last remaining strong- says:
hold of the late Southern Confed- '

eracy. So he went to the only two
'j I
states that voted last fall for states'rights CAPUDINE _
making his headquarters in
the ghost city of Passamaquoddy.He relieves

reports that, in both Maine I3EJ\DACliltE
and Vermont, the secession senti-
ment is getting stronger the time quicker because
and that there's
a growing tendency
to name boys for Jeff Davis rather it's liquid...

than Ethan Allen or Neal B. Dow. of the huge dirigible Hindenburg, after the explosion at Lakehurst, N. J., when the great ship a&emtr tliJJotvedt ,

C-WNU_ IRVIN Service.S. COBB. (Was preparing to land. Costing the lives of more than 34, the disaster was one of the worst in history.



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,: I I THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1937

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UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL FARMTOPICS H E'S truly valiant that can

.t wisely suffer
medaille a son revers.F. :
SUNDAY l The worst that man can ( .) Everything has its good and
esson breathe, and make his
its bad side.Chacun .
wrongs Could We But HearWe
pour soi et Dieu -
By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Dean His outside, to wear them like pour
of the Moody Bible Instituteof tous. (F.) Everybody for himself laugh over the "private
Chicago. POULTRY EN SAVE his raiment, carelessly, and God for all of us. lives" of the ancients. What will
Western Newspaper Union. And ne'er prefer his injuries to

TIME BY SCHEDULE his heart .. Laissez ces yams scrupules.': posterity think is the funniest
(F.) Discard or lay aside those about ours?
To it into
bring danger. '
Lesson for May 23 -Shakespeare. vain scruples. True history is the record of the
Time-Table Program Offeredby Je suis. (F.) I am. progress of the human spirit.
Ad nauseam. (L.) To the pointof
THE WEAKNESS OF ESAU SolitudeF You can not really like an ego
an Expert.By disgust.
tistic man, but at times you ad-
LESSON TEXT. Genesis 2527-34; ; 27:41-: Argumentum ad absurdum. (L.) mire him.
15. J. C. Taylor, Associate Extension Poul- OR solitude is sometimes An argument intended to prove
that tryman, New Jersey College of Agriculture. Ideas of beauty change; 60
GOLDEN TEXT-And every man WNU Service. best society. the absurdity of an opponent's ar
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j Itriveth for the mastery is temperate In all years ago, young women pow-
And short retirement gument.
things. I Corinthians 9:25. By organizing the day's work and urges dered their faces until they lookedas
PRIMARY TOPIC Tin Brothers. following a time schedule, labor efficiency sweet return. -Milton. Chronique scandaleuse. (F.) A if they were ill; and they laced
JUNIOR TOPIC-Twin Brothers Trading. the poultry farm, one of scandalous story.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- ,on their stays so tight, they were.
. Winning by Self-Control. the essential factors in its success- .Now-
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT, TOPIC- ful operation, can be greatly in-
Conquering Appetite and Greed. creased.A The Real PeopleThe -

-, poultryman will find he can accomplish AROUND Items of Interest solid gold in human char-

One of the difficult and at the more work during the day acter is all that holds society to
same time challenging things about by following a schedule and'such a '/ii r to the Housewife gether.

teaching the Word of God is that its plan is especially valuable duringthe the fUS r How cold law is, considering

divine precepts are diametrically spring months when incubationand that it ,has to deal so much with
opposed to the current philosophy brooding, in addition to caringfor affairs of sentiment.
t.r )f men. In our lesson of last the laying flock, keep most poul- Fitting Your Hat-If you havea naise and a little Worcestershire Wounded vanity makes the bit-
t week we saw that meekness and forbearance trymen busy from early morning tight felt hat, hold it in the sauce. Carefully refill cavities terest enemies.
ff'ff'j I J are strong and commendable until night.A steam of a boiling kettle. When having the white strips form the

qualities in a world which mag- daily schedule or "timetable"for the felt is thoroughly damp it is petals of the "lily." Lay each on

nifies brute force. Today we are doing routine work is also one easy to stretch it to the right size. a bed of curly endive. Accom-
HERE'S A REALLY
to study a portion of Scripture step toward reducing .labor costs. pany with cheese straws.
which shows the folly of living' for The following guide is offered to or- Milk Puddings Orange peel MARVELOUSBARGAIN

the flesh, and we are living in a ganizing a work schedule to suit the shredded very finely makes an'excellent Stewed Macaroni Boil one y y,3< IN

world where the flesh and its appe-' needs of individual poultry farms: flavoring for milk pud- pound macaroni in milk and water SELFPOLISHINGFLOOR

tities are given full sway. 6:00-8:00: a. m.-Feed and water dings. It is a pleasant change for three-quarters of an hour, x WAX-A

Professors in many colleges are all stock. from nutmeg when added to rice adding one-fourth ounce butter, FULL QUART FOR

openly advocating the free exerciseof 8:00-11:00: : a. m.-Clean houses, : pudding or baked custard. salt, and an onion stuck with :" v 85$ NO RUBBING-
every fleshly appetite as a nor- cultivate and cloves. Afterwards drain the
yards pack eggs. ,
is E#.. ....;, NO BUFFING WITH
mal expression of life. Morality 11:00-12:00 m.-Feed green feed I macaroni, add three ounces grat- : ;
cast off; the flesh rules. Many of and collect eggs. Cleaning Combs, Brushes-A ed cheese, a little nutmeg, pep- THIS AMAZING NEWOCEDAR
of ammonia in
the nations of the earth look upon teaspoon a quart I and little
12:00-1:00 p. m.-Lunch hour. per, a milk or. cream.
of will all
water
boys and girls as merely so many 1:00-2:00: 'p. m.-Water all stock. remove grease Stew gently for five minutes and ,
and dirt from combs and
physical units useful in a future .brushes, WAX Jr.
2:00-4:00 m.-Same work as serve hot.
p. very
after which should be rinsed
they
war. Motherhood has been,degraded *
from
8:00: to 11:00 a. m.
into animal-like function: ; sole- and dried in the sun. .
an 4:00-6:00: p. m.-Feed and collect I Keeping Cheese Moist-To pre-
ly for the breeding of more man- ,
eggs. vent it from becoming dry, keepit
J. power. One nation recently advocated Poultrymen who have not used a I Protecting Mirrors-Keep mirrors wrapped in butter muslin, or
as great an increase as possible work schedule will find it rather difficult I out of the sun-it will cause in the glazed hygienic paper in

i in the birth of illegitimate to adopt at first, but those who spots and other blemishes. which some bread is wrapped.
1 children to be cared for by the *
do ,follow the plan will be well repaid *
state as a measure of national se in time saved. Save Stockings-If stockings I Tough Pastry-Too much water

curity. One shudders to mention Another in labor efficiency will make pastry tough.
I step on persistently wear out at the toes,
I such unspeakable wickedness, but the poultry farm is the use of labor- try buying them one-half size I WNU Service
even so we have only touched the Automatic water
saving equipment. larger. :
i surface.Is fountains in the laying houses and I
it true that man is but a beast? I rLi
water piped to the range are labor-
Cocoa-Cocoa loses that
Is there no 'spirit in man capableof saving and should be found on all Making FOR FLAKIER PASTRY .
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fellowship with God? Has the raw taste if made with half milk -
f-rms. A properly constructed ,
moral law of God been abrogated? and half water, then boiled. More

The story of Esau and Jacob is most catching culling crate or can catching reduce the broilers laborof nutritious and digestible, too. ( 1 THAN YOU'VE
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and instructive in its answer -
pointed and pullets at least one-half. Feed r
it:;,' to such questions. Two New and litter carriers in long housesare Devilled Egg Lillies-Hard cookas U EVER BAKED BEFORE

,1t'.$..-'"/ Testament quotations have been another means of lowering the many eggs as there are to be
: chosen to express the truth of an labor requirements -on the poultry servings. Chill, then peel care-
\ Old 'Testament lesson; namely, farm. fully. With a sharp knife cut V

Galatians 5:17. and 6:7. strips :from the large end to the

I I. "The Flesh Lusteth Against tie center; remove yolks, mash and V

Spirit" (Gen. 25:27-34). Expert Computes Valueof season with salt, pepper, mayon-

Esau is a type of the man of Farm Women's LaborA > Find out why

the flesh. He was "a cunning hunt. millions prefer
farm woman's labor k?
er, a man of the field." Evidentlyhe over a pe- Never Full HouseThe this SpecialBlend -
riod of thirty years is worth more a
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was an athletic, outdoor man of fine w9
j attractive personality, of free and than $50,000, Miss Julia Newton of House of Representatives of r. cooking fats to :i:", -
the Farm Credit administration told
hail- the United States has never had
easy-going spirit. He was a
other shortening 11. "
j farm women at a convention held an opening session in of the any "'"
fellow-well-met. Had he lived.in our any ,regardless 0 ,
in i
day he would have been featured in recently Indianapolis.In 74 congresses with every mem- .
1 of price! for 'f.
she would
the rotogravure, would probably thirty years prepare ber present. The closest approachto
meals for which labor at 15 pan frying, deep
235,425
100 cent attendance
a was
J have been in the movies, would possibly per
I have been a great athlete, and cents a meal would reach the stag- at the opening of the Seventysecond frying, delicious

the good-looking boy who set hearts gering total of more than $35,000. congress on ,December 7, cakes hot
Some of the other services the farm breads, etc.THESE .
a-flutter at the country club dance. 1931, when 433 of its 435 members
He came from the hunt, and he woman renders over a thirtyfiveyear answered the roll call.-Collier's
period, and their labor worthare r-, .. ". .
had found nothing. He was hungry. Weekly. u' :<"
What a type this is of the folly: of :
seeking satisfaction in the world.! It Garments, 3,190, at 50 cents each,
$1,595; 35,400 loaves of bread at 5 I
never satisfies. For all its glitter
and glamour, it is empty and shal cents each, $1,770; 5,930 cakes, at I DELICIOUS SOUPS ARE \

low.' He had a birthright-a val- 10 cents each, $593; 7,960 pies, at I '' SOUTHERN COOKING AT ITS BEST!
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uable possession in any case, but, cents each, $398; preparing 1,256 i
doubly so as a son of Abraham. But bushels of vegetables, at 50 cents a F', k Says GEORGE RECTOR, FAMOUS COOKING AUTHORITY I

!i he was hungry, he would simply bushel, $762; canning 3,625 jars of i ,; a, ,.; and MASTER CHEF of PHILLIPS SOUTHERN KITCHENS / I
fruit
I die if he did not eat. His brother at 25 cents a jar, $906; wash-
ing 177,525 pieces of laundry at 3
Jacob, inspired by his scheming ,
mother who was not willing to abider cents each, $5,331, and 35,640 hoursof I

God's time for the fulfillment of his sweeping, dusting, and cleaningat

: .. promise, had the savory pottage 10 cents an hour, $3,564. ,!1-ott will' echo George
ready to tempt him and he sold when
Rector's words' of praise
his birthright for a "gulp of that red In the FeedlotNine J you taste your first spoonful of p

stuff," for so might v. ,30 be trans- 4 Phillips Delicious Soup All

lated. good-sized eggs are equal. to eighteen of our vitamin-rich
One is reminded of a clergymanwho a pound. n'ra nourishing soups are made with
attended the Keswick Confer- > that real down-in-Dixie flavor! :, ; y ;,
ence in England. He sent a requestfor Geese are never troubled with ? Fr Seasoned just right, the famous y

prayer to the platform and lice, blackhead or roup. Southern way.
asked this question: "I have a habit They're skilfully prepared' ;

which is dishonoring to. Christ. If To carry the 3,000,000 eggs sent to GEORGE RECTOR from treasured old Dixie recipes l. "
I' I give it up I will die. What shallI New England relief agencies required as to bring out ALL the I Iso
do?" The wise and complete an- 20 freight cars. "the" George Rector richness of their choice ingre- r I
of famous old Rector's, I
swer was one word-"Die." Rather dients. Plump sun-ripened vege-
In New York, whose name
tables-picked garden-fresh for
should we lose our body and its desires
An
unhealthy
poorly developedhen for years has stood for gleaming kettles! Precious
than to lose our soul.II. or pullet is seldom profitable' the finest In cooking spices our carefully weighed! And QUALITY

"Whatsoever a Man Soweth herself, and she may serve as a craftsmanship. Today. such handsome cuts of meat!
That Shall He Also Reap" (Gen. carrier of disease to the rest of the as Phillips Master Chef COUNTS
27:41-45). laying flock. Lie art rises to new Our soups are made exactly
as you'd like them to be. In For more than a third
Jacob and his mother found that peaks of popularity.
f immaculate kitch- of a century canned foods
great, sunny
lie called for another and -
ultimately
one
Pullets of light breeds normally ens-presided over by snowy- bearing the label of
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their deceit led (as deceit reach maturity and begin laying at 1 clad chefs who take a personal Phillips Delicious hare
always does) to the place of reck- four-and-one-half to five-months. pride in their work. We call it consistently stood for the
oning. The law of sowing and reap- Heavy breeds require six to six- 1 'lovin cookin'" down here in highest in Quality and
ing is inexorable. Jacob fled from and-one-half months. ,' \M. Maryland. Your family will call the utmost in 'purIty.
his angry brother. Rebekah thoughtit it "DELICIOUS"!

would be for "a few days" (v. 44), Swarming is an evil in modern \, Phillips Delicious Soups are
r. but it proved to be twenty years, beekeeping and must be controlledor condensed to DOUBLE RICH-
.- and she never saw her favorite son if possible prevented if profitable I ON THE AIR I NESS-giving you double the

again.Let. honey crops are to be harvested. quantity when you add milk or
us make no mistake about it. "DINING WITH water. r,

Our sins will always find us out. It requires, on the average, 45.1 GEORGE RECTOR" Ask your grocertodayforEach
a Even God's people must learn to lbs. of ice to cool a 10-gallon can of Wed., Thars. and Phillips Delicious Soups., And
walk uprightly before Him if they milk from 90 degrees to 38.5 degrees Til., 1:30 P.M.,L' S.T. remember, every meal is a BET- 18 KINDS I
are to wdlk: in peace. Fahrenheit. COLUMBIA TER meal when you start it with
I NETWORK Phillips Delicious Soup!

The Season of,Hope Oat yields may be increased as
Youth is the season of hope, en- much as one-half of the entire crop
terprise, and energy, to a nation as if the seed is treated properly fop PHilliPS :
: :z. SOUPS
well as an individual.-W. R. \''Vilf smut, advises C. R. Cross, Okla-
f liams.
homa A. and M. College agronomist.




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FOUR Tim CLEWISTON! !NE\V8 FRIDAY, MAY 21, 103T i j

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The Clewiston ,NewsI turned It several times in his hands if Mr. Cone don't break his neck one wall and an outside door in an- L. B. Mershon
before he found the front of It. It stumblin' over some of the Junk they other, are desirable. Then there can
is said that when the present king's leave lyin' 'round, he may say be a good cross draft.If AGENT

ublished every Friday in Clewiston grandfather was crowned the crown "Don't worry folks, just put on possible, the stove should be New York Life'; '
lorida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS was placed on backwards.The your hat and I'll take you out to placed so that the draft does not .
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tnc. government of England spent supper." strike it directly. Windows should Insurance Company -

$2,620,000 on the coronation. The But if he does, you better take extend as near the ceiling as possible. -- ARCADIA, FLORIDA
royal family in addition spent $500- along your little pocketbook, because The top sash should be kept in con-
Keathley Bowden, Editor
000 In entertaining royal and foreign after it is all over, you are the guy dition to lower easily for carryingoff
guests.It that will have to pay the .check. odors. Windows set high from NORGE REFRIGERATORS

Entered as second class mail mat- is estimated that 300,000 peo- But anyhow, you can be thankful the floor arc good in a small kitchen I Furniture and Home Furnishings

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post ple crossed the ocean ,to be presentin that the kids only have a party once because equipment like the refrigerator PHILCO RADIOS
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under London at the time of the coron- every ;two years, and even if theydo or sink may be placed below
the Act of March 3, 1897. ation. The drink bill for toastingthe mess up the playhouse and turn I them., Household FurnishingsInc.
new king was guessed at $10- things topsy-turvy, we always man If curtains are used In the kltCh-1
it-so en, they should be made so .
000,000. age to live thru why worry?
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. ,I pull asfde easily and leave the window BELLE GLADE. FLOfIDALM.COLJSE /
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Thero were over 7,000 persons
Advertising rates on application. free for ventilation either at
present in the Abbey at the actual 1:N:N:N:NN:N:NN NN:NN:N:N:N N:N:N N:N:N:M:N:N:1 1 '
coronation. It is estimated that the top or bottom Full-length window .
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES screens are an aid to good ventilation
Devoted to the advancement and court gowns worn underneath robes
Weekly from Home Demonstration: as they permit either sash to be op
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry by the'peeresses cost from $1200, up- Tallahassee Counselor and Attorney at Law
Specialists, ened. /
County. wards. Men's uniforms from $600 Hopkins Building

upwards. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: Dormer windows help to ventilatethe Wednesdays and Saturdays
The average weight of clothing; attic. They are most effective if 9:30 to 4:00
worn by peeresses was 15 to 25 VENTILATION SUGGESTIONS: arranged so as to provide for a cross
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pounds. Each was allotted 19 inchesof draft. Casement windows in dormers
space on a hard bench. The ,first spell of warm weather give twice the ventilation obtainable

As to jewels, figures and estimateswere makes some of us realize that when with double-hung windows. Draw J. M. BLOW
exhausted. The queen MotherIs our houses were planned and built curtains are desirable for casement

said to have worn over $2,000,000 there was not enough thought given windows as they are easy to pullback TITLE COMPANYABSTRACTS

Features I worth of jewels. Certainly it is safe I to good,ventilation. Many houses are when the windows are open. OF TITLE

.. to. .state that it Is the most costly I being remodeled and improved at Casement, openings in are usuallymore HENDRY AND. DADE COUNTIES '
and magnificent display of gems ever this time of year, so it is a good op- satisfactory'' than opening out- -
Arcadia began shipments of wat- worn in one place at one time in portunity to check on every room to ward. 318-22 Sejbold Bldg. Miami, Fla.OUNDTRIP .

ermelons this week. And the good the world's history. see if it has a good cross draft and,
old summer time is officially here.If if not, whether something can be Darkening the battery brooder
....a.n..aa..aAa..D... done about it. Cutting extra windows room and applying a mixture of qui-

there is anyone who objects to through: or enlarging existing ones nine and cheap red paint (contain-
seeing the ladies out playing tennisin Too Late To Classify is often not particularly difficult or ing no lead) to picked chicks are effective D
their abbreviated shorts, let him expensive, considering the added in controlling canibalism e

stick around and see the men sim- CJ3y 'lQusell KayIBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI comfort and more healthful atmos- among young chicks.If I,
ilarly attired. That IS a picture. I phere the family will enjoy as a re- TICKETS
sult. When building a new home, proper pasturage is provided, a
I GOOD IN COACHES! B'
Dick Merrill and Jack Lambie I the, ventilation can be planned in advance cow can obtain her fill of grass in
completed the first round-trip flightto I came home the other evenin' and on paper and put into effect five to seven hours of grazing, can SOLD EVERY DAY BETWEEN
England and returned with the like to broke my neck stumblin' overa I with less extra expense. chew her cud for eight hours, rest [ ALL ATLANTIC COAST LINE

coronation pictures, Through the bike, roller-skates and other bric-I Hero are some ventilating sugges- eight ,hours, and spend the remain- ''H STATIONS WITHIN 125 MILES

flight made possible by-watches- a-brac the offspring had left parked -] tions: ing one to, three hours a day in goingto OF SELLING STATION AT
gasoline-oil-and what-have-you. on the walk without no tail light How is the kitchen located with and from the barn at 'milking GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
and I made mental note' that next I' respect to the prevailing breezes? time. STOP-OVERS ALLOWED

Blondes, more often than brunettes day I'd get her a cow to play withso I Kitchen odors and layers of, hot air I II' ASK THE AGENT TICKET
are the mothers of twins; and she could leave that in the garage will be "gone with the wind if Nearly 12,000,000; motorists. hick-
the motherhood occurs most fre- driveway next time and make I' en a chance. Windows in at giV-1 ers, and horsemen passed through

quently between 35 and 40, discovers my day complete. two walls, or one or two National Forests last year.
Dr. Margaret Wylie. Now who remembers When I stepped into the livin' -
Mrs. Dionne's and room it looked like it had been I
age 11.o.r"r :; ................................................ ........
complexion? struck by the wrath of God or :":":":":':":":":":":":":":":":":':":":":":":' :": : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
some-I
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thin'; mama was stretched ?
The state legislature is finding itself the sofa and for a few minutes II I
unable to subdue the animal thought maybe there was a maniac! I_ .i.
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kingdom. So far cattle remain definitely -] loose In the neighborhood. :: ::
"What's been goin' here?" I i
on the highways and even on '
Lake Okeechobee fish remain unaf- yelps, all excited. :: ( :;: :

fected by attempts to .change the existing "Nuthin' she sighs. "Just the i \Tc'rc 0' :.
laws. kid's party this afternoon, and I'm I; I\ ':'
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nearly dead." They just left a few I : ; ::: :
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Ten years ago yesterday Charles minutes ago and I was so tired I just "' ( "
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A Lindbergh landed in Paris on had to get a little rest before start- ,' '.-', ',- .
his epochal flight across the Atlan- in to straighten out the mess and fix :1: : ,:' '\:" \ 1 \ :!:

tic. He is still our most popular hero, supper." .
though he has exiled himself from "Party" I says, "but what are I r;" :', ,,' .;. .
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this country because of the never- them chairs doin' upside down with .:" ..
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lessening and to him distasteful pub- the blankets over 'em and the books .':' ."' .;.i.I .

licity which followed his every move. stacked up in piles all around the ::;: ,:. < '' *

floor and the ,sofa pillows on top of ,1 : Th _
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Delray Beach may have solved the 'em?" I I e

garbage disposal problem. The city "You wouldn't understand," she ::: \., ., ; :1:
has leased 5 acres of land, Includingthe says, "but the chairs and blanketsare ; _
city garbage dump to a man who forts and the books are first line ; ; :'

intends to raise hogs, allowing themto trenches and the pillows are ammu- : ;,/i: : ; ',' .
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feed on the garbage dumped. Now nition and the card tables in the : : > :
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he should include a few goats to corner there are bomb shelters, .if I ry < 7. ,, ,;; : with ; =

take care of the tin cans and all will you know what I mean"

be cleaned up neatly. "But the mess," I says, "You ':" 'i'y

, ought to mane made 'em clean that y
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The "WKy" of the coronation's up before they ,left." :: Victor Moore and Helen BroderickilL :fy
value to the British kingdom is apt- "Well," she says, "they were hav-
ly put by the editor of the Winter in' such a good time I hated to dis- \ ,:YY

Park Herald: It is a lamentable fact turb them, and before I knew it it :: '::
that this great country does not have was time to send them home, but AT i
an event of this type which would I'll clean it up-I don't mind." ilL
,', unite the hearts minds .
and
'. patriot- 'You can stay there and'rest," I h
: ism of hundreds of millions of ,
people "
"I'll get So I
says. supper. goes out
, toward a single unifying force, into the kitchen and starts to work.
creating an inspired faith and undying 'Where's the milk?" I yells. "It ain'tin DIXIE CRYSTAL THEATRE l

love for their country. The British the ice-box". I ,
;J, people be
may justly proud of v
: their "Oh," she says, "some of the kids .
> ancient custom '
: -:-through that \ .:.
were thirsty and they drank it all I tit
custom they have preserved a love of ,,
;:,' mother country that many other nations up". I l '- Thursday May 27th t
r': of this day would give millions "Never mind," I says, 'how about ) .
N.'. to obtain. the eggs? I can fry a coupla eggs."
,'. "I had to use ,all the eggs in the : ;
' cake," she sighs. \-'i ; ,, i'i't
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"Swell, I says. "Put on your hat ,
.:_ From the reams' and reams of we're goin' out to dinner, and I'm ,",- 7' -'-, ,:,,' ..-, :' ,-"' ',' .:'
k copy written about the coronation, glad we don't have kid parties every :.'(:. SPONSORED BY -'.'. ,'..':'..
I.. we find many odd and interestingfacts. day."

: But after givin' one of Mr. Manuel y vy
:!' The most unique among them is Lopez' glorious, Spanish dinners a
;} the arrangement for the 8' martyred good home and settlin' back in my y

:.;, newspaper photographers who were chair at Garcia's. Restaurant, I got
.',' granted the privilege of photographin to thinkin' that kids ain't much different Clewiston Kiwanis Cllb ili
:":, the ceremony.' False pillars were from us so-called adults. tr .

)r set up for them in the abbey, tiny Take right now for instancewegot ..'
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slots provided for their camera's lenses another party goin' on up in Tal-
c'.' and for their own eyes. The photographers lahassee and It is just as wild and y
: were all set-up in their just as screwy as the one at my x i
,;' crowded and very uncomfortable situations house, only maybe It is louder longer ,

":' before anyone else was permitted and funnier. By and by the boys I ... For the of retiring oblagations j i
to enter the Abbey, and they will all go home and leave the same purpose

! must perforce remain in until the mess for somebody else to clean up. -
: hall was emptied before their pillars They'll leave tax all over the floor ?

f could be opened. t for a guy to step on with his bare
:: The golden coach, in which the feet when he gets up to put out the I assumed in the construe. '
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r king and queen rode, was built I for cat, and the livin' room will be 'a riot
{, Queen Anne 176 years ago. It weighs of upturned slot machines "and vacant -
";', 4 tons. chain stores. The General Rev-

,: The Crown of St. Edward, or the enue ice-box will look like Mrs. Hub- I tion of the new tennis courts. j=
_ Crown of
England, was made for bard's cupboard, with both the cream
,; Charles II in 1662. It was worn for and pitcher and gravy bowl empty.
<' only a fleeting moment during the But the boys do have such a good ij ..

, ceremony, because its ,weight Is ter-, time that it would be a shame to! yt ?

rific. It provided the only slight hitch! make 'em stay and clean up the mess :!: ::: .

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, ...............................................................................".;.. Mr. and Mrs. Hansel McDuffie and I Colyer, Wilma Bishop, Eleanor Sue- ion. I '

I :?: .;. daughters, Gloria and Betty, and Holland, Phyllis Bishop, Betty Lou, A county soil conservation com- I II

:S;: MentionMrs. :=!: Mrs. McDuffie's' sister, Miss Lessie Ruth and Mary Ann Emrich, Virginia mittee, elected by the growers par-'

: .1. Jewel Luke, are leaving in a few and Joyce Turner, Jacqueline and ticipating, passed on the work sheets

......................................................................................................... days for Sycamore, Georgia, where Gene Bledsoe, Patricia Bailey, Gla- before they are submitted to WashIngton -

' :. '.. J. V. Fourmy of Canal Point they will spend the summer. dys Jackson, Naomi 'Sanson, Dude and also checks up on the
Smith, Jackie Davis, Harold Broder- base acreages listed on the work
visitor in Clewiston Tuesday.
4 was a -- Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. ick and Robert Hanson. I sheets and the land owner's compliance _, ?IQig

l Leon Durrence and Mrs. Viola Stone Mrs. Beatty was assisted by Lou- with the provisions of the act.

Zerney Meredith was a business were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. 3. ise Rouch and Laura Bailey. The members of this committee are:

visitor in Miami over the weekend.Mr. Bunyard in West Palm Beach Sun- I R. Boe, W. E. Daniel, Glen H. Wil-I j

day. Mrs. Stone remained there until MRS. SCHARNBERG HONORS hams, H. Click and C. C. I

and Mrs.' A. C. Carlton are Tuesday. :
VISITORS WITH BRIDGE FRIDAYMrs. From the great number of acres\
spending a few weeks in Fort: Myers. listed for participation it Is not difficult gjjQ

Justice of the Peace G. H. Small, H. J. B. Scharnberg enter- to note that many thousandsof

Merville Manley of LaBelle was who has been very ill with flu for tained delightfully Friday afternoonat dollars will be made available to 1L111LI

in Clewiston Sunday afternoon.I. several days was ,taken to the Fort her home on the Ridge, honoring the farmers and the cattlemen of the J ACKSONVILLEFLORIDA

Myers hospital Wednesday afternoon.His Mrs. L. R. Johnson and Mrs... R. J. I county and that the soil will be permanently -

Wl Harper of Fort Myers wasa condition is reported as satis- Friedrichsen, of Pensacola, who are benefitted by the program. I

business visitor in Clewiston Fri- factory at this time. visiting Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. Mr. Hodge has also handled,I GARNETT ANDREWS M.n.j.r
ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT .t this.
day. V
Both bridge and Michigan were through, his office;, all of the work modern, fireproof hotel in the heart of down-

:Mrs. J. W; Ezelle, Mrs. J. F. Cur- Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cate left Wednesday played during the afternoon. Mrs. O. sheets for Hendry county and those town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
fo'r Asheville, North Carolina, I shower,oft ceiling fan radio sl"ed.IIMIII.r
for all of the cane of the wrier ,
II ry and Emma Jane Ezelle motoredto l\Irs'-Cate stopping in Eustis for a F. Schiffli, holder of high score for acreage door Every Bed with innerspring
West Palm Beach Friday.Mr. bridge received a lovely tray; Mrs United States Sugar Corporation in Httttrcti and reading lamp. Running! ice
friends and relatives. Mr...
visit with
the three counties' Glades 1 meta door.
R. Y. Patterson, with second high Hendryand on every
Cate has operated a seed: and fer- ,
Palm Beach. The services of AIR CONDITIONED '
and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger score, received a pair of hose, and a COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
tilizer business here this season.
;"f and son, Clark, left Monday for a I Mrs. F. Deane Duff was' consoled ,county agent to instruct and help DINING AND MEETING ROOMS

I( visit in Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vaughn and with a bridge set. Mrs. H. C. Kol- this county take advantage of this tei"Slngle with Private Bath

, _... Mrs. stad received a box of powder for plan for federal benefit paymentswill I 78 Rooms $2.00 80 Room $2.50
I.f r :- children and W. P. Vaughn [I .co Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50
:' Miss Mae Lily Stone and Miss have returned to Clewiston after sev- high score among the Michigan players. through this one plan, net the j 10 $..,pI. Room with Private. Bath J400

, Lessie Jewel Luke were visitors in eral months' residence in Pahokee. Mrs. Friedrichsen and Mrs. John- county many times his annual sal- Stlfka iKMai lo>doubU cupmcv

Belle Glade Tuesday. The Vaughns are located in the son were presented lovely linen hand- ary. OtaH L B. .POUND Haul

'( Schultz apartments at present.Mrs. kerchiefs. I HOTIV a.-FATTEN,..Tw HOTEL W-.V.G.DtSOtO

p Miss Ruth Dey of Louisville, Ken- Delectable refreshments were .
Ruth B. Owens ,of Miami, re- .:NON..:NON NHNN, :NNM N N:N:NN, :NN:NN:N:.:N:NS,
tucky, was the guest of Mrs. Roy served to Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Fried ,

Alston Wednesday., gional director of women's activitiesof richsen, Mrs. Patterson,- Mrs., Schif RURAL COMMON SENSE

the WPA projects, was a visitorIn fli, Mrs. Duff, Mrs. Kolstad, Mrs. By Spuds Johnson

I Mr... and \ Joe Cato and baby Clewiston Friday afternoon. Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. M.\ ..
. . .
Owen has visited the sewing ... .. .
just
daughter, visited friends in Pahokeeover E. VonMach, Mrs. Fred Henricksen, : :NN, :N:N.NN:M NN :NNNN,1.NNMN:NN NN:N:

the weekend.I room project in LaBelle. Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. N. Smith, ZaiuFLORIDA
SHORT COURSE, ANNUAL :
I Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. C. L. Downs,
I Sue Maxwell of Canal Point Captain and Mrs. G. E. Linkswilerand Mrs. 11.I.:! Prewitt and Mrs. F. M. CLIMAX TO CLUB WORK,
children, Patricia, Joan and Dor- BENEFITS FARM YOUTH
f was the guest of friends in Clewis Wright.

. ton over the weekend.W. othy, left Saturday for Fort Belvoir,

Virginia. They were accompanied on MRS. THOMAS:: ENTERTAINS Nine 'hundred outstanding 4-H GJ"W

I C. Worth of West Palm Beacha the trip by a friend, Mrs. C. A. Hoke, WITH BRIDGE THURSDAYMrs. club boys and girls will attend the m

former Clewiston resident, was in of New York City, who is returning
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annual short courses at' the University Qi1 WR1 9sS1m
Clewiston Saturday transacting business home after spending the winter in ;
I G. B. Thomas entertained of Florida at the Florida
and old friends. Beach.
greeting Palm
members of her, bridge club Thursday State College for Women. !

! I Pafford and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli left afternoon at her home. Mrs These boys and girls, selected for ] !*
[| \Ir. and Mrs. I. M. Dr. and Keathley Bowden was winner of high their work will be college stu- IQ! &
good ,
( daughters, Anne and Mary Kay and Tuesday for a trip into the North, received dishes ttti
? score and a set of oven dents for week. will live on
They
Mrs. R. N. Smith were visitors in Mrs. Schiffli will visit her motherin a mGi1
holder low
Mrs.
T. B. Shelley, of the and under college
Fort Myers Saturday afternoon. Toledo, Ohio, while her husband received campus study
set of bridge pads
score. a teachers. The short courses give &l Wf
to to attend
goes on Chicago a reunion -
I and pencils, and Mrs. M. E. Yena- for intensive
: Mr. and Mrs. J. Grady Niblack 'left of the medical unit with whichhe them an opportunity
wine who won cut prize received a study plenty of recreation, and f*'1 I1iI fi1St'p R II
Monday for St Petersburg, where served in France during the double deck of cardt. associations.

I I Mr. Niblack is attending the state World War. On their return trip the pleasant f

I convention of druggists. Schiffli's will stop in Savannah fora A delicious dessert course was I Short course is the climax: of the fit 1 ,
served to Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. members. Their
for 4-H club
i --- medical convention. year ,
Mrs. F. M. Wright and daughter, Bowden, Mrs. J. W, Ezelle, Mrs. H.f attendance shows they: have won the

Nancy, and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were Enjoying a weIner roast In the R. Hall, Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. I. approval of their agents and others
in West Palm Beach Tuesday M. 'Pafford, Mrs. Shelley and Mrs.
shopping woods yesterday evening were Mr. with their work, but this is not all.

and Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mr. and Yenawine. At the short course they compete at th.

Airs. Harry Turner, Mr. and Mrs. with each other for recognition for

Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. R. J. Tom Shelley, Mr., and Mrs.: C. R. Farmers List 396,206 superior work', they get a chance to I Hotelattiela
Friedrichsen and Mrs. L. R: Johnson ;
Cruze, Mr. and Mrs., Joe Scharnberg, check up on their activities, and they

'';: and Bobby and Dick'Patterson- Mr4 and Mrs. Roy Alston, Mr. and Acres In ,Soil ProgramMoore are benefited by, the instruction and

) spent Wednesday in Miami. Mrs. C. E. Nall, Misses Margery Hood inspiration they receive from their 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll

and Jewel Russell, E. E. Kelly, Bill teachers.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and :! Haven Democrat
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Palmer and Andrew Beery.J. The girls short course at the State
Mis. Olin Carleton were guests of Outside Rooms With
The 1937 soil conservation plan College for Women has a special significance -

friends in Moore Haven Wednesday B. Dotterer has returned after appears -to have met with the approval for it will mark the Silver Private Bath

i evening. a short visit with his parents, of practically every cattleman and Jubilee anniversary of this work for COOL, CLEAN, QUIET -

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Dotterer at truck grower in the county, for when Florida rural girls. Those who have
Mr. and Mrs. G. Wallace andB.
j' Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Mrs. the deadline for filing work sheets fostered' club work during the past Overlooking Biscayne Bay
G. Benson of Okeechobee
were Dotterer and daughter, Beverly Sherwood for participation in the program had 25 years feel justly proud of the

guests of' Major and Mrs.: R. H. Col- will spend the summer visiting arrived yesterday a total of 396,206 good it has accomplished and the Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

\ lins on Sunday. in Mount Pleasant and other acres had been listed, according to progress' it has made. Business Section.

!' Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby and South Carolina towns. Mrs. Dotterer County Agent G. C. Hodge who received N

Miss Mary Louise Oglesby spent also expects to make a trip to Washington these work sheets and stim- RATES

1 Tuesday shopping in West Palm New York and other inter- ulated interest on the part of land
FREE! If excess acid causes you
Beach. esting points in the North during owners and tenant farmers of the $1.50 Single
,Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains, Indi-
,the summer. county securing the benefit pay-
Heartburn Belching, Bloat-
gestion, ,
I J. A. McGehee, Wilbur McGehee ments. The response was far beyondeven ing, Nausea, get free sample doctor's $2.50 Double
Mr. and Mrs. Max :Meluh! left :Monday his expectations.This .
and Jack Moorman left Sunday fora prescription, Udga, at Alston's ,DrugStore
I few days visit in Tallahassee with for Cape May, New Jersey to year is the first that Glades : 3mJnl8 Special Family, Weekly &

Representative E. L. Stewart. spend the summer with relatives. Mr. county has made any determined effort Monthly RatesS.

:Meluh! who was injured several to participate in this program.

Mrs. D. B. Allen and ,her father, weeks ago in a fall at the sugar Twenty-two farmers with small acre- D. McCREARY, Proprietor

J. W. Padgett, and Mrs. Lucile Weaver mill, was released from the West ages signed up last year when the

are spending a few days visiting Palm Beach hospital a week ago. He work was under the direction of

relatives in Haines City. suffered a broken vertebrae in the County Agent Louis Alsmeyer of -

--- fall and has just been fitted with a Sebring: but the total acreage was : ......... .... ...................... ....... ....
M Mrs. H. C. Land, Miss Marcia Av- specially built brace by a Miami I comparatively small ,and there was A. :N. .N.N.N.N. . . .NON ..

ant and Miss Ulla Jacobsen spent specialist which will permit him nothing like the interest shown then 1l

'I yesterday afternoon in West Palm some activity, though it will be a that is being exhibited this year.
Beach. few months before he is able to return a t. I to work.' The greater part of this year's

y.:* large acreage is, of course, rangeland
Mrs. Andrew Nelson, of Racine,
each cattleman having his acreage -
Wisconsin Mrs. J. M Couse and I MRS. EZELLE ENTERTAINS WITH IN YOUR
under fence being eligible to
Miss Bertha Gram of Moore Haven TEA FOR PENSACOLA VISITORSMrs.
participate. Waste lands are deducted -
visited friends in Clewiston Monday.Mrs. '-. OWN HOME
I from the total acreage to form the
:! J. W. Ezelle entertained withan
John Saxon and daughter base and twenty-five cents per acre for Rent
informal tea at her home Monday
Martha, of Arcadia visited friendsin I is allowed providing the owner or -
afternoon honoring Mrs. L. R. John-
Clewiston Monday. Mrs. Saxon resided lessee of the land plants enough acreage I
son and Mrs. R. J. Friedrichsen of I
here several years ago. in permanent pasture grass of
Pensacola, who are guests of Mrs.
soil building nature at $3.00 an acre
R. Y. Patterson. 1i '
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mr. and to make up for the total at twenty- \ !
Guests included Mrs. Pattersonand
. Mrs. Walker Nail, Misses Marcia five cents. For example a cattlemanmay
the honorees, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad,
) i Avant and Ulla Jacobsen, Jones Bryan have a total acreage of 1,000
Mrs: J. F. Curry, Mrs. G. S. Mobley,
i and Wilbur Goff enjoyed a dayon ; acres which is used as a base and is TrespassersWill
Mrs. H. E. Reichard
Mrs. J. E.I _
Fisheating Creek Sunday. : paid twenty-five cents per acre or
Beardsley, Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Mrs. 1
i $250. To secure this $250 he must Be
f.. I WF.. Simpson, 11rs.Olin Carleton,
I, Mrs. R. Johnson and Mrs. R. J. plant at least 84 acres in permanent
Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. M. J. Hirsch,
Friedrichsen left today for their pasture grass, which figured at the ProsecutedClewiston
Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. H. A. on top of the world, de-
homes in Pensacola after a two. late of $3.00 an acre makes up the
r Bestor, Mrs. O. A. Jones and Mrs. pendent upon no one, in your I \
,r week's visit with their daughter and M. W. Bigg. I $250.00. own home, and provide last- .

sister, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson.Mr. Mrs Ezelle presented each of the There are seventeen different prac- ing security fOr your family! ...... "
You can buy or build so easily
tices in effect in order that every
honorees
with lovely linen handker- and with
economically our
and Mrs. .L. A. Turner returned : chiefs. branch of agriculture may come under -
"Budget Monthly Payment
Wednesday from a visit with relatives one of the various practices.: The Plan". A long term to pay

in Ashford, Alabama. Charles CLIFFORD AND LIONEL: BjEATTY most applicable practice for local with small rent-size pty-

, Turner, who accompanied them,. re- ARE GIVEN BIRTHDAY PARTY farmers is that of reducing their ments, quickly gives you a
I !ained to spend the summer. truck crop base acreage which has clear home. Clot complete details '
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.Jot' v{Ithou r obliga t ton, nou. Realty And I
Clifford and Lionel Beatty, sons I been planted for a number of yearsin II

L t' Among the Clewiston folks attending of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Beatty, were I : soil depleting crops by fifteen per- I I I

: the dance sponsored by the Fort given a joint birthday party Wednesday cent and' planting it instead in some DevelopmentCorporation

I Myers Junior Chamber of Commerce afternoon by their mother. leguminous crop or taking advantage Clewiston Home

; and given at the Town Club in For Clifford's 7th birthday will be 'May of some of the other soil

i Myers Wednesday night were Miss 24th and Lionel was 5 on May 1st. I vation practices. The !
conser-I Association
'u Hazel Prince and Ruby Richaud, Ice 'cream and cake were served run approximately $8.00 an Building I

t Justice Butler, Ed Ward, Bill Palmer to Shirley Moon, Kathryn Dyess, this plan with added
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BEAUTY.S DAUGHTERBY 'JJmiies ;




What Relief!

Kathleen Norris "Gosh, I need five bucks and I
KATHLEEN NORRIS 0 0 WNU Service. don't know where to get it."
"I'm glad of that. I was afraid

you thought you could get it from
me.-N. Y. Evening Journal.He .

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Would
SYNOPSIS "They give her dresses, too," Vic- A whimpering sob broke throughthe I know; I'll leave a message for himto "Have you heard of the timber

toria said, thinking. other sounds; Victoria froze. call for you ." merchant who had the 'phone in-
Victoria Herrendeen. a vivacious little "Who does?" Her mother was crying; bitterly, And while she talked, Magda stalled for the first time?"
girl had been too young to feel the shock "Mrs. Lester did-that dark blue brokenly crying, and keeping the I would be packing things in her "No. What happened?"
that came when her lather. Keith Herrendt dress." noise of it soft, so that no one should I handsome suitcase, laughing, glanc- "Well he trunk
kept putting
unobstruslve ,
:n lost his fortune. A gentle
soul he is now employed as an obscure "I thought she bought that at a hear. ing at the clock, snatching the tele- calls through to his branches!".
chemist In San Francisco at a meager sale?" Victoria suffered as if from physicaL phone again. Perhaps she would
salary 'His wife. Magda, cannot adjust herself "No: Mrs. Lester's maid, Lotty, pain. The crying went on for along talk to a man this time.
to the change She Is a beautiful woman brought it over in a box. And an- time; a clock struck one for "Rudy, this is Magda. Ethyl and THE RIGHT KEYa
fond of for
pleasure and
magnet
men's attention. Magda and a Victoria have other blue dress, too." some half-hour; struck four. It was all of them are going to Jane's to-

been down at a summer resort and Keith They walked along in silence fora four o'clock! night; are you? Oh, wonder-
Joins them for the week-end. while. Presently Victoria said: The world was gray in shadowless full! When are you going down? For

"We've. had a happy day, haven'twe light when Victoria slipped noise- the polo? Oh, fine! Could you

CHAPTER I-IContinued2 ?" lessly from bed and stepped to the take me. along? Well, you're a
-2- "I'm glad you have," her father open window. She looked in. Her darling _I know, but anyway

you play good bridge, Mother said, stopping to bend down and father was asleep, no doubt of that, you're a darling In about an '
?" Victoria asked, to lighten a kiss her.Victoria. for he was still healthily snoring.It hour? In about an hour."
certain heaviness in the silence that had to sleep on the porchcot was at the lightly covered formof But after her eleventh birthday, i 4, ar sro
had fallen in the room. She was that night, as she always did her mother that she looked stead after that visit to the beach house, V

washing herself now, busily and effectively when Dad was there.In ily; was she sleeping? there was a change between her

the muddy soap squeez- the night she wakened, and No, the beautiful dark eyes were parents, and Victoria 'saw it, or "Ever serenaded by a mandolin?" .
in heard their voices-her father's wide' open, fixed on Victoria in the perhaps felt it rather than saw it.
firm suds her
ring great through "No, the honk, honk horn makes
fingers, her wet straight tawny hair and her mother's. Her mother'swas window.. Mrs. Herrendeen beck- Her mother was gentler, sweeter, music enough for me."
dripping on her shoulders. She tooka almost inaudible, and had a oned, and Victoria flew to her arms, more affectionate than ever when
comb and dragged the damp locks "please hush" note in it with which and they kissed each other, the child she was with them, but she was
back severely. Victoria was entirely familiar. Her hugged down against the tumbled with them much less. The Lack

"Now take your fingers and soften father's was not very loud, but covers and the little lacy pillows. On the other hand Victoria's father "Why, said the'Englishman,

that around your forehead, Vic.- clear: "You muggins, what waked you grew silent, and gray, and disagreeable "your country has never produceda
Yes," Mrs. Herrendeen said, jerk- "I'm not saying it's easy for you, up?" the woman demanded in a' as the months went by really great' man. 'You say Rob-
ert Burns? Pouf I 'If I had mindto
ing 'another pillow under her head.: Magda. I say it's simply'your luck. breath that was less than a whisper. and were years. He rarely spokeat a
"I do play good bridge." We had it-lots of it. And God "Mother, are you all right?" all at home, and in the eveningshe. ,do it, I could write"as good

"Does Dad?" asked Vic. knows I didn't hold out on you then. "Perfectly all right, sweetheart." almost always went out. stuff as ever Burns did. "

"He doesn't like it. Nor dancing.Nor Now we haven't got it any more "But, Mother, were you crying?" "Ay, you're right there, replied -
night clubs. Nor big cars and and that's your' bad luck. "I got too tired and that's why I CHAPTER II the patient Scot." "All that
is the mind.
want
Silence. And then Mother's voice ye
yachts and distinguished persons. cried, and I'm a very silly mother.
Nor anything I like," Magda might very low and gentle: Victoria laughed the shadow of "Is Dad worried about business
have answered from the sense of "Keith, I know how hard it is for her own rich affectionate little these days, Mother?" Victoria, four-

checkmate, of complete bafflementin you, dear. And if you feel that wayI laugh, and there were more kisses. teen years old, asked one day. CARDUI

her heart. But she said only the simply won't go. But it does seem, Then she. went back to her cold "I don't think so especially, dar-
'first phrase,aloud. For the rest she a wonderful chance. We happen- tumbled porch bed and snuggled ling. I think he was a little cross In this modern time something

lay there thinking, watching her down inside it, and was asleep be- because they wanted me to be in wonderfully worth while can be done
husband's face."Victoria fore the morning's first chill blan- the theatricals." practically every woman who

and I'll take care of ket of, fog began to creep in across "And shall you be?" suffers from functional pains of
"I don't know. I'm trying to menstruation. Certain.cases can be
the level dim floor of the ocean.
each other, Keith said, in a hard '
think it out. I hate," Mrs. Herren relieved by taking Cardui. Others
,
'd4/1t
voice. When they were at home in the
may need a physician's treatment
deen said smiling through the sud-
"I could telephone and say I'll be city, Magda Herrendeen never got den tears, that filled her beautiful ,Cardui has two' widely demon
up after dinner," Magda offered. up for breakfast. She always said strated ,uses: (1) To ease the im-
"I hate trouble
to Daddy.
"What good would that do?" that she loved getting up in the eyes- mediate pain and nervousness of
"Well, that's just it; no good. morning when there was anythingto But he does seem to me unreason- the monthly period; and (2) to aid
They aren't dining until nearly do. But in' the five-room apart- able. Men have their pleasures, in building up the whole system by
and women have theirs. It isn'tmy helping women to get more strength *
eight. 'Eightish, Sibyl said. You'llbe ment on Pine street there was not
fault that the nicest actually r
'from their foed.
all through here by seven. much to do.
the in this of
nicest-persons part
"We'll take care of each other" Keith himself'a of coffee
got cup the world have been so extraordi-
Keith said again. and boiled two-minute oats for Vic- to Safe in Silence
narily me.
"There goes the dinner bell," Vic- toria, or scrambled eggs for them "But generous why don't they invite him?" Silence is the, safest responsefor

toria said, leaping from rock to rock both. The rest was just bread and "But they do, my dear! Of course all the contradiction that

beside him. "Goody" Are you hun-- butter, and milk poured from the they do! Daddy could go every- arises from, impertinence, vulgarity -
gry? I'm starving. bottle. or envy.-Zimmerman.
where that I go, if he would. But .
"Mrs. Herrendeen coming to din- Magda sometimes got up and got he doesn't enjoy it." ,.

ner?" Emma said, giving them herself some orange 'juice, or evena Victoria pondered. this awhile in
I! OIm'
their napkins and setting two cup of tea. She would come back silence. SDeefDWDtien

glasses of cut fruit before them.. with the mail, the newspaper car- "When I'm asked to a smart din-

"No she can't come tonight." d4b ried with a smoking cup or the ner, or the opera, or to stay downin aJSlP91esses

Upon their return to their room glass. Settling down again, she Hillsborough for some special par- Heart/

immediately after dinner, Vic and would yawn wearily; what horrible ty, am I to hang my head and say,
her father found Victoria's motherall things were in the house for dinner, 'Oh'thank but Mr. Herrendeenlikes If you want to really GET RID OF
you GAS and terrible bloating, don't expectto
ready to go. Her manner was and what should be ordered? me to be at home nights'?" do it by Just doctoring your stomach
the prettily careless one that dis- At eleven the telephone would "I don't think he'd mind if it with harsh" irritating alkalies and "gas
tablets. Most GAS is lodged in the
guises in a beautiful woman a sud- r ring, and then there would be a was only now and then" she sug- stomach and upper intestine and is
den touch of selfconsciousness."I I pu change. A change ,in her, and a gested uncertainly."Ah due to old poisonous matter in the
constipated bowels that are loaded
wonder you'll speak to me for change in the general atmosphere."My but that's the trouble, Vic. with ill-causing bacteria.If .
being such a runaway!" she said "And Would Dad Like lou_ to Do dear, I don't think I can to- You can't play fast and loose. In your constipation is of long stand-

to them with her appealing smile.. That, Motnev?" day," she would say. "But it soundstoo three months they'd all have for- Ing bacteria, enormous accumulate.quantities Then of dangerous your .digestion -

She was always gentle; Victoria divine! How late would we be? gotten me. Their lives go too fast. is upset. GAS often presses
four the Harwoods and Grace .
we heart and lungs, making life miserable.You
had never seen her mother harshor Cuthbertson and I-to play a mar- I see. Let me think They go abroad, or- to New York or can't eat or sleep. Your head

angry. velous foursome of bridge, and Col What are you wearing, Ethyl? Hawaii; there are always mar- aches. Your back aches. Your 'com-Your
"You look lovely, Magda," her lins-that's the brother-cuts in now Yes,. I have; I could wear the blue riages-people coming and going- breath plexion is is foul.sallow You are and a pimply.sick, grouchy,
husband said. He said it without that Eleanor brought mefrom, Paris changes-" wretched unhappy person. YOUR
and then, so it makes it perfect.
enthusiasm, almost wearily, as he They're only to be gone five weeks.I . Yes, I know. But let me think "Divorces," Victoria supplied SYSTEM Thousands IS POISONED.of sufferers have found In
sat down. The lovely vision stoopedto could get Victoria's things about it and,call you again!" simply, as her mother paused. Adlerika the quick, scientific way to

kiss his forehead. She caught up straightened out, and ask Hetty to Victoria knew how this went; she Magda laughed, with a little touchof rid Adlerika their systems rids you of of harmful gas and bacteria.cleans

the familiar wrap. Victoria had get your dinners '." had heard it many times, for after color in her face. foul poisons out of BOTH upper and

seen her catch it up a hundred There was ,another pause. Pres- all she had not been long in school, "Well, yes, divorces. Everythingis lower REAL bowels.cleansing Give with your Adlerika.bowels Get a ,
times; it was her only one, exceptfor ently the man said: and there were always long Satur- whirling all the whilevisitorsfrom rid of GAS. Adlerlka does not gripe a

the two shawls. And Mother '"You have no further affectionno day mornings at.home. Her mother the East, the polo teams, the -is Druggists.not habit forming. At all Leading

said shawls were not really smart interest in either one of us, I would hang up the telephone onlyto golf people. You can't let go. To

any more. know that." seize it once more. She wouldbe get out of it for two months-to de- '"
And now she was giving to Dad '"Oh, please!" the woman's voice all vitality, all energy now. Her cline five.invitations in a row, Vic- "
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laugh and nod, an excited, triumphant will go on into the forties and the manner absent-minded but sweet Again Victoria looked at her q,

laugh and nod, as if she said, fifties, boarding houses and, Pine and happy again. thoughtfully, puzzledly.
"Now that I'm all ready I'm not street apartments!" "Vic, could you go down to Flor- "And would Dad like' you to do I. c c8na

scared; anyone who looks as I do "It won't be forever," Keith Her- ence's-or wait over at school until that, Mother?"
must have a good time!" and she rendeen said. six? Daddy'll be here early, you (TO BE CONTINUED) X. 4o
A recognized Remedy for Rheumatic
was running away. I "It'll be until I'm too old to Blood
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There was a man in a light "
young care! Victoria heard her mothersay. Purifier. Males thin Blood Rich and
overcoat outside the French win- Then there was a long silence, Confession Solved an Old Kidnaping; Healthy. Builds Strength and Visor.
dows; there always was. And there while the little girl lay listening on Always Effective Why suffer?

was a rakish low car waiting in the the porch with her heart hammer- Boy Taken by Indians, Stayed With Thembefore iUjf.., J.'Ii .I.J.\.....oj't ICI ;i.J'I iW!I
drive that was always there too.
; ing like a wild bird's and her ears
Mother met the one and ran downto strained, and her whole little body
the other, and there was the tensed with fear. Back in 1839 the three-year-old son I his book appeared the mys- WNU-7 2037To

roar of a deep engine, and she was "Go, then," said her father out of Silas Parks, pioneer settler in Du- tery of the missing child had been

gone. of the pause. They hadn't gone to plain township, Clinton county, near cleared up by a death-bed confession -

Dad and Victoria went out to the sleep then; the quarrel was still on. II St. Johns, disappeared mysteriously, of his foster mother, squaw fc jjBaA AetaMMMMi B
front steps and sat there in the "Oh, no; I won't go now," her writes a Corunna, Mich., corre- wife of Chief James Fitcher, who Get Rid of Acid
soft summer night. mother said gently and sweetly, ina spondent in the Detroit Free Press, lived at Indiantown, near Chesan- and Poisonous Wasto
The father suspected Indians had ing.' Your kidneys help to keep you.well
There was a little boat waiting at normal voice. filtering waste matter
by constantly
the pier just below the lodge; a "Well, now I tell you to go, that ki'dnaped his son and neighbors The woman revealed that Chief from the blood. If your kidneys! get
white little boat gushing blots of doesn't suit you!" joined him in. a fruitles. search. "James Fitcher II, supposedly her remove functionally excess disordered impurities and there fail may be to .

white dancing light onto the dark "It would be impossible for me to Then gossips began their whispering son, was actually Parks' missing potsoning of the wholo system anaodyvude (..
water. 1! child. .As she lay dying in 1875 she distress. ,
go now, Mrs. Herrendeen murmured Burning, scanty or too frequent urination -
"Probably Silas killed the boy and called Parks then a man of forty, of kidneyor
"They're going out to that yacht firmly, as if the whole mat- may be a warning some '
hid the body the opinion they noted the Indians for his bladder disturbance.
out there for dinner, Victoria told ter were settled. was among You may suffer nagging backache
her father. "Now, why do you want to act expressea, an opinion so widely accepted proficiency at game.3, and told him persistent headache,attacks of dizziness

"Oh, yes," he said, looking in J like that about it, Magda?" the that Parks lived under a how she and,her husband had stolen under getting the up eyes nights-feel swelling weak, nervous puffiness( ;all
the direction of the lodge. man demanded, with a faint hint of shadow of distrust all his life. Evenin him from his parents. played out.
it Is better to rely on a
"Dad, why don't you like. going to uneasiness, of change, in his tone. 1880 an historian v/ho recountedthe The white chief, widely known In medicine In such that cases has won country-wide .
the lodge?" Silence. Silence. Victoria heard incident in the ClintonShiawassee Owosso and remembered by many acclaim than on something less favorably multitude I I
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"Well, for one thing I can't afford her father's snore, light at first, county history indicated a belief still living decided to remain with known.of grateful people recommend I'
it, Vic." swiftly deepening. Her heart beganto that Indians were guiltless. the Indians, whose ways were more Doan't. Ask your neighbor! .

"Can Mother?" beat more quietly. A night bird News traveled slowly in that day familiar to him, although his relatives I\

"Ah, but they ask her. They cried in the garden; the sea rushed and apparently the historian had including a brother, WilliamJ.
don't let it cost her anything." and retreated on the rocks. not been informed that four years j' Parks, still lived near Corunna.





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charity that thinketh no evil. of your identity." "
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