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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 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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4 THE CLEWISTON NEWS '






f. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1937 SUBSCRIPTION Si.GO YFAR ;
VOLUME, 11, NUMBER 35 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, ,
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Portion of Townsite Clewiston School Willbegin ;

;:.' '.' North LaBelle Voted In 1

Plat BoardAt
Revoked
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,1i: :i: As Part Hendry' County I the regular meeting of the Term Monday j


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commissioners
'.;)o,):!"\-, .. ,. o- I board of county .. :' I
I Tuesday morning at the court house, ?CLASSES ASKED TO CONVENEAT i
i: >: TOTAL VOTE OF 264 FOR AND I I Kissimmee River To Be
j Peterson Sees Future the board took favorable action in 8:113 IN MORNING BEFORE (
'r ANNEXATION !
33 AGAINST '
}; ;a ; s revoking, that part of the Clewiston OPENING EXERCISES ,
I'
d ,\CAST,' IN ELECTION" In Everglades SugarLakeland :,, platt known as the town site and I Closed To NavigationCarawan > \

turning it back into acreage. I All is In readiness for the opening -, '
'
richer
:' ;; Hendry county became the I :I
:- :I The request was made by the of Clewiston elementary and high; :
Tuesday by a section and a half of Sept 8.-(Special)- Nelson, Senior Engineer,I Classes
school Monday morning.
Clewiston Company; the largest property on
;' : land and approximately 100 families I If the states sugar quota would per I holders in the area involved, in charge of the U. S. Engineer sub- will assemble at 8:25, and a brief'

mit unlimited production, the Flor-, office has requested that publicity opening exercise will be held in Jhe .
referendum
! ,,' .-.Z' when by a special I because of the increased amount of
; ida sugar crop could be trebled immediately auditorium at 9 to which parents '
1::: ; election the county and a portion of taxes to be paid on town sites. be given to the 'fact that the Kissimmee ''';
/.. and within a few years and friends of the school are invit
-- : The board also approved bond for River will be closed to navi- '
voted to incorporatethe
Glades county could be made seven times as greatas ed.

portion of Glades county known it is now, Congressman Peterson Raymond Henderson, who was appointed gation for the next two or three At the opening exercises brief 111,1,
:
He that deputy sheriff at Rocky months, during construction of levee troductions of the teachers will be
said
estimated here today.
.3 as North LaBelle into Hendry: coun-
\ Lake. Mr- Henderson lives at Rocky I made by Principal Herring. Shorttalks
I within five years the industry could work along the river. 'I
jfe: ty' Lake ranch. by Rev. F. C. Taylor, FatherF.
,:, be 'expanded to hire 30,000 personsin Notary bond approved for The Kissimmee River is rated a VonMach
Largest opposition developed in was J. Walsh and by M. E. I

j North LaBelle itself where the I, the Everglades section ,with a pay-I Mrs. Lillian Hooks of Clewiston, and navigable stream by the war\ department chairman ol the county school board -::

roll of $30,000,000; annually. an application to sell liquor made will complete the program. t ;!
count was 34 for and 22 against. and ordinarily obstruction '
no
The big problem is to- secure a I by B. E. Nail was approved., I Coach M. E. Morrison is expected ;::
LaBelle proper favored the annexation I
for the state to navigation is permitted. for ., ::
sufficiently large quota to outline the athletic program
112 to :11. Ft. Denaud was I The board approved a petition fora I -;:
under the sugar bill, he said, but an I The section of levee now 'being the year. Additional playground and
road at Felda to follow the
100% in favor of receiving North I new I I ,'.'
I
increase of about 50% probably will athletic equipment has been secured
constructed by Wilbanks and :Pearce
: LaBelle with a vote of 37 for and I south section line of the W. T. Mad-
. :. be made this year. extends about 6 miles north from I for this term, the basketball court '"
: : none against. Felda also gave unani- dox place. and the baseball field are in better :':
'. ." Half Louisiana Cost the mouth of the Kissimmee and is I
mous approval in a 35-0 vote. One condition than ever in the school'shistory. ..
Florida now is in position to pro- the last piece of construction work i ;,i
: objector'voted against the change in IVISITING Mr, Morrison will arrange I
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duce sugar at half the cost it can on the levee project.Mr. i
;',; ': .' Clewiston which balloted 411in ENGINEER class teams and athletic programs :

,: ',:,. favor of the move. The area received -'I,be produced in Louisiana, Peterson I Nelson states, "it is expected I with a view to giving the benefit .<; 1

'into Hendry county is described said, adding that the state could that the river will not be open to of athletic training to as large a .' I

as follows: East one-half of Section]I compete on an even basis with prac- TELLS KIWANIS OF !I traffic again for a period of two to number of pupils as possible. "

tically all the producing islands if three months." i The latest addition to the Clew- :i
thirty-one and all Section 32, Town-
necessary. iston school faculty is a new teacher '
ship forty-two south, Range thirty- DESERT SURVEYSInteresting I
., ------- I in the grades, Mrs. Genevive Gove, I '.'
; .: two east. Glades county, Florida. is'a :
of Moore Haven. MfS. Gove

, '< ::.t i The land is (located just across the I LARGEST EARLY CROP: former South Bay teacher, and is ;
I INJUNCTION HALTS experiences of a' member -. ,
< ;', Caloosahatch.ee river from LaBelle. well ,known in Clewiston as Miss ;
of the location party of the,
' "r .. > The law providing for the change I Southern Pacific Railroad on the EXPECTED IN GLADES Genevieve Brown. ;I

_ }'j ::'::''<; was passed at the 1937 session of I KILLING OF DEER Great American Desert were given Carlisle Reddish has been ,given
I the Clewiston bus contract. The local .
>' the legislature and was known as by Fred A. Flanders to ''Clewiston
bus makes three trips to and .
", house bill 1924. It provides for the I I Kiwanians Wednesday evening. Mr.: Maybe it was that car of early: :

- referendum election and stated that A temporary, injunction issued I Flanders, a member of the Commercial I beans that Brooks Bateman sold on from school each day. Two loads of J i
children from Hooker's Point and
the act should become effective' im-I I Wednesday by Circuit Judge J. B. I Club of Moore Haven, was guest the truck in Belle Glade last Sep- one from the highway west of Clew- i

mediately upon becoming a law, : Johnson in Leon county circuit I speaker of the weekly. luncheon I tember for $1.70 per hamper. Maybe iston are brought its to the Clewis- i

it ratified major- I court in Tallahassee halts at least meeting.. it's something else. Nevertheless,
provided was by a I I. ton school in accordance with state
Mr. Flanders was engaged in engineering -
,early plantings this season have
ity vote of the qualified electors in temporarily, the state-financed deer law providing that transportationmay
ri I in the west from 1906'to In fact
those of
I passed recent ,
years.
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the additional territory and in hunt in Glades and three, other south be provided for all pupils living -
'I 1918 and the twelve
during
years
growers are of the opinion that
Florida counties for the eradica-
two miles or over from the
Hendry county. The governor signedthe he watched
the development of the I
more acres have been planted to
tion of the cattle fever tick, which .
school building. The bus driver'scontract
act June 11, 1937. i country from a'close'at hand"posfc
beans up to this date than ever be-
the deer said to .
are carry.
I calls for strict observanceof
The boards of public instructionof tion. Explaining to his listeners I fore in the farming history of 'the
The hunt for 1,000 deer in the Wednesday -all regulations confcerning the
Glades Hendry counties mustas evening that' the makingof Lake Okeechobee region.
and
four counties to have today the bus. I
was started the railroad, the opening up of I upkeep and operation of
soon as possible hold a joint and 'until An estimate made last week by
continue the end of the Upon the driver is placed responsibility -
Western country, and the natural -I
meeting and work out a plan for I the year. Stations have been estab- i resouces of that section were newspaper men and growers showed for safe driving and for the
I
the assumption by Hendry county of lished by the State Live Stock Sani- I a matter of history and had been that 1,000 acres of beans would be discipline of pupils in the bus during -

> its pro rata share of the indebtedness tary Board at points in Glades and I from time to time subject matter planted by the tenth of this month. its operation. '

;\' of Glades county, based on the Highlands counties where hunters for interesting and educational articles Another survey made during the
to have checked out in the I past few days shows that an additional -
were ONLY...THREE TEACHERS SHORTAS
;' Assessed: valuation of the taxableproperty in various current ,magazines.Mr. .
morning and checked in at the con- 500 acres can safely be added TERM NEARS .BEGINNING
I
in the North LaBelle area. Flanders confined his talk to
; to this total-bringing the totalto
clusion of the hunt. Dr. J. V. Knapp,
' ,' The same is to be done by the boardsof the bits of fact, that do not find their I
I chairman of the 'livestock sanitary 1500 acres by September 10.
into articles i Schools in Hendry county will
county commissioners. This will I way magazine but are
board stated following the decisionby One thing that accounts for much
I chock full of human interest never- open Monday morning, September13th
: r be necessary in order that the debtof Judge Johnson, that the hunt today theless. of the early planting is the fact for an eight months term, and

the area affected shall remain would be called off and that
that hundreds of acres around Belle
Perhaps his most harrowing experience all teachers have been elected, except
-* the same, and that Hendry county the decision would be contested I
was that of being lost on I Glade and ,on the south side of the three. Superintendent Graves this
"'' shall not. be required to assume any either in the circuit or in the Supreme lake would have been" diked and to
" (Continued on Page 5) week has been busy trying SPHIVC
" '':: t"additional indebtedness, and Glades I court, i pumped. Growers in those sections i a principal for the Felda school:: "a

,;<; ;$1-; county shall not be required to pay Sportsmen_ of the state were much'I'' Schiff lis Leave For I state that they don't expect to ,get home economics teacher for the La-

.:;' i. ?',: .. any indebtedness for land which is incensed when the local bills were ![I caught again like they did last Belle school and a colored teacherfor

': no longer in that county. passed in the legislature which pro-! !i!spring' by heavy rains. the new school at Bare Beach,

'; 1':,' .>, vided for killing the deer in certain Trip To Europe Walter Hooker, one of Belle Glades H.'G. Kickliter this week resigned
t- ..#tr: Transcript of Glades county records I I
? *: sections of Glades, Highlands, Osce- !;largest operators, recently returned fr'm the principalship at Felda, pnd
the transferredt
.j: "j ;: affecting area ola and Orange counties after an effort -
I Dr. O. F. Schiffli left this week i', from a vacation spent in Virginia. created an additional vacancv. The
1. ;.", : ,\ to Hendry county will be prepared had been made to a
. "' :, pass for a vacation trip that will includea Before the Pahokee Rotary club school board will meet Saturday io
:: by Glades county officials and certified eral bill which failed of : I
, gen-I European tour and a visit to Al Thursday he spread a note of warn- pass upon several applications and

-: to Hendry county officials to A Bradenton sportsmen's club sace-Lorraine, home of his father ing about heavy acreage and one- recommendations for the positions.The .

r\. become a part of the permanent records up the fight first and other and his paternal relatives. Dr. Schiffli crop fanning. He also told of visiting school board members, M. E.VonlIach .

..: p r of this county.Clewiston the state' rallied to their supportand I. went first to Highlands, North markets in the north and wit- Clewiston, chairman; Mr!;.

, attorneys were hired to contest: I. Carolina, to join Mrs. SchiffH and nessed the selling of beans at 40 Homer,'Taylor and Roy Messer:, and

the action on the ground that the and S. A. Graves will appear -
Students their sons at their summer home. ,50 cents per hamper.In Superintendent
., ,'_ special acts were unconstitutional;
I They are then going to Toledo, Ohio his short but interesting talkMr. before Circuit Judge George W.

'>" ,,. for I that under existing game laws fora I where the children will remain with I Hooker 'pointed out the highly Whitehurst Saturday in answer to a
::-' Leaving CollegeThe great length of time the deer and Miss
suit: brought by
I! relatives.Dr. hazardous risk: of planting beans and mandamus :

--- other game_ is the property of the%! and Mrs. Schiffli will attend beans only. Depletion of the soil is Nettie Hampton, LaBclle elementary
)I people and that is no special board II
; opening of colleges finds the National Convention of the Am- an inevitable result of such prac- school instructor who was not reappointed -
has the right to rule that they shall this
Clewiston well represented, with a erican Legion In New York September tice in agriculture, the speaker said. by the school board
be exterminated. In granting Wednesday's district :
i great preference (being shown the 20-23rd. They will sail on If the Everglades is to remain the year. Trustees of the LnBelle -
injunction, Judge Johnson
state institutions. Four Clewiston the 23rd with a group estimated at outstanding winter vegetable raising recommended Miss Hamptonfor
said that the laws under attack madeno
r.
students have enrolled at the University live, thousand Legionnaires and I section of the country, plans reappointment but her name was

of Florida and four at the I If provision for' preventing the deer their families on the Foreign Pil must be made for diversification, rejected by the board "for the rea-
from escaping to other when
Woman's College :while one studentis I areas the grimage. The pilgrimage is in response Mr. Hooker said. Everglades News son of undue partiality shown some
the hunt begins. No fencing'of
of the pupils and being non-cooper-
attending Georgia Tech. I to invitations from the
special areas; was provided for un- members of the
Miss Betty Spicer, daughter of French and Italian War Veterans WKLLS-FOOLfi ative with other
der the act.
Mrs. Leah Spicer, will return to Tal- and will include visits in Paris and fac lty." Miss Hampton is repre-

lahassee for her Junior year at The temporary restraining orderis in Rome. In Italy the group will be L. A. Wells of Clewiston and Miss sented by E. M. Magaha of, Fort My-

Florida State College. Miss Helen likely to delay the beginning of tendered a reception by Mussoliniand Mary Poole of Warwick, Georgia, ers. '
the hunt for week two at least '
a or
Knight, daughter of Mrs. Josephine will be given an audience with were married at Tifton, Georgia, on

Knight, Miss Helen Cate, daughterof I even If the livestock sanitary board ) His Holiness, the Pope, at the Vati Sunday.Mr. SCHOOL TEACHERS RETURNINGSchool
is successful in having the injunction
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cate and Miss set aside. can. Well is the con of Mr. and,

Beth Nail, daughter of W. F. Nail, In France ,there 'will be a mammoth Mrs. H. E. Wells of Warwick, andis teachers are arriving in

I sr.,, of Moore Haven, are sophomores I parade and banquet (French employed In Clewiston by the Clewiston today in readiness for the

I at the college. Mrs. Viola Stone had as her hosts state they can accomodate the United States Sugar Corporation as opening of school ,Monday morn in::::.

.j", Entering the University at Gainesville 5,000 at one banquet). There will I timekeeper. Mrs. Wells is' the daughter A preliminary faculty meeting 'will
, guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. B. T. the dedication at Versailles of I Teachers
Coburn be
""" l for their first year are of Mrs. D, L. Poole. be held Saturday morning.

I' Moore, sOl\ of Mrs. J. W. Moore, Bob Cogwill, Mrs. R. B. Bunyard and the monument elected by the French Mr. and Mrs. Wells arrived in from out of town include Coach M.

I' Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Mrs. T. F. Williams of West Palm government to General Pershing, Clewiston this week and are resid- E. Morrison, who with Mrs. Morri

1 Y. Patterson and Ed Clark, son of dedication of the U. S. Battle Memorial son has been spending the summerin
'Beach. Mrs Williams is her mother ing in the Schult apartments.Miss .
J Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Clark Richard II at Chateau-Thierry. Michigan: Miss Evelyn Shutz of

J Bestor, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. and the other ladies are her sisters. An interesting addition to the Legion Maryland; Miss lIaeVhUten of Sar-

1 Bestor, returned Jto the Universffywhile Mrs. Bunyard 'remained for a week's trip for Dr.; and Mrs. Schiffli Anne Pafford will return I i asota; Mrs..: Agnes Thomas of SaMvHarbor I

' bis brother, George Bestor, I will be a visit to Alsace-Lorraine to Sunday from Brunswick where sho ; Miss Lucille Hampton of
visit with Mrs. Stone and other rel-
returns to Georgia School of Technology the former home of Dr, Schiffii'sfather has spent several weeks visiting her
S)
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j at Atlanta. ,'. .. ',. .." atives here. -- .- ._,-, and other relatives. grandparents. .. ,. ', .... (

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1937




tite News Review of Current Events IMPROVED I Thought Wields Great

UNIFORM INTERNATIONALSUNDAY Influence in Our Lives

BOMB AMERICAN LINERChinese 1 .e:


r:: Wound .7 on Dollar Ship Britain Protests Lesson spring Practically largely all from the our ills ignoranceof in life

of to China Unions Gird for FordSUMMARIZES the working of mental laws.
Shooting Envoy By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Dean Most of us have no idea that
0 of the Moody Bible Instituteof .
Chicago. thought has more to do with determining -
Western Newspaper Union. our conditions, with
about UI. } icIuuuJ shaping our circumstances and

V Lesson for September 12 environment, bringing us povertyor
Cures for Communism. THE WORLD'S- WEEK wealth, attaining our ideal or

MONICA: CALIF.-A p)Western Newspaper Union. driving it from us, than any other
SANTA A NATION NEEDS RELIGIOUS
rich man out here- HOMES. thing.
'letter International Crises Most human beings could be liv-
:rich but indulgent-got a : grave international crisis ing in comfort and happiness if
,
from his heir, a sophomore at ONE another in the new w, s, v r iVI H LESSON:1825. TEXT Deuteronomy 6:4, 5: they only knew the powers lockedup

one of the big eastern colleges.The Sino-Japanese war. Britain was still GOLDEN TEXT-Train up a child In tha in themselves and had learnedthe
been awaiting reply to her protest over way he should go: and when he Is old, he
lad announced he had will not depart from It. Prov. 22:6. secret of using their minds to
converted to communism and was the wounding of His Majesty's am- PRIMARY TOPIC-At Our House. back up their efforts on the material .
contributing to the bassador to China by a Japanese JUNIdR TOPIC-At Our House. plane.
airman when four airplanes, identi- INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC
cause. So whatti: What Makes a Home Christian?
about it? fied as Chinese, swooped down upon 4. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
The old man the American liner, President Hoover The Influence. of Christian Homes in a Nation's Electrocuting Whales .
flagship of the Dollar line, drop- ?' 4F& Life.Home
wrote back: k The newest method of killing
"Son, you have a ping bombs which wounded seven The very word stirs our whales is with an electric harpoon.The .

perfect right to fol- N persons aboard. hearts and quickens the most pre- current goes by wire to the
low the dictates of The President Hoover, having de- cious of memories. Toward its comforting head of the harpoon, spreads
your conscience. posited a load of refugees in Ma- ir threshold turns the one who through the body of the ani-

But as a consistent a nila, was nearing Shanghai to pickup has borne the heat and the labor of mal and returns through the waterto

communist you nat- another load when the bombs the day. Within its portals are those the negative pole on the side

urally would not struck, tearing 25 holes in the ship who gladly give themselves in sac- of the ship thereby completing ,
continue to live on above the water line. The ship immediately rificial service that it may indeedbe the circuit and causing instantelectrocution.Collier's -.'
notified Admiral Harry E. haven of rest and comfort. ,.
the ill-gotten gains Irvin S. Cobbof a 'I Weekly.
a wicked money- Yarnell, commander of the American The inroads of modern life and

grabber. Today I am cutting off fleet, who took command of all of our so-called civilization are doing

your somewhat generous allowance.You American shipping in the emergency. -, much to break down home life.

will also vacate the luxurious He ordered the President Hoover All too 'frequently home has be- + 0

apartment you now occupy because to continue to Japan, and radioed Wounded by Japanese airmen, come the place to which one goes .
I'm not paying the rent of same any other vessels that they must not Sir Hughe Montgomery Knatchbull- when there is nowhere else to go;

longer." enter "hostile" waters off the Woo- Hugessen is center of strained international a place to sleep, and sometimes to !

Exactly four hours after the arrival sung and Yangtze lightships. It was relations. eat; an address for mail; a tele-
only a few days before the Presi-
phone number.
by air mail of this ultimatum,
dent Lincoln, another Dollar liner, Shall we then abandon the effort escIearr
the hard-hearted parent got back a Ford is to
"Some day Henry going
had had to run a gauntlet of artil- really to maintain a true home-one Like DaylightThis
that the
rush telegram stating tired he will be
lery fire to get 160 American refu- be so very willingto that is in touch with God, and there- two-mantle
had been thinking thingsover
young man accord to his employees the Coleman Kerosene
on their to Manila. ? No for'
gees way fore ready to serve man ;
and had decided not to take up Mantle Lamp sets
rights that are due them. -
the doctrine. More spectacular, but only be- now as never before we need the a new standard in
new cause of the importance of the per- -*- influence of a home life empoweredby modem homelightF'7
e ing. It's a pressure lamp
son it involved, was the shootingof Death Strikes Noncombatants the worship of the true God and thatproducesdependable a MODEL,

The Art of Listening. Sir Hughe Montgomery Knatch- THE undeclared war in China guided by his Word. None of us, low sight-saving costof about light a at pennya the No. 129

WE HAD a party at which there bull-Hugessen, British ambassadorto to mean death or in- who are engaged in the determined night. Ideal for home
what I call the China. home in farm, cabin or camp. A r-=-
may jury to hundreds of noncombatantsas effort to maintain such a worthy companion to the
dumb poets-Sam Hoffenstein and With several of his attaches, Sir the Japanese continued to bomb the midst of the driving intensity of famous ColemanGasolinerye,

Ogden Nash. At the studios where Hughe sped along a Chinese road densely populated native city areas. present day living, speaks too easilyon the Pressure fuel fount Lamps.is made Safe.of..
they're both turning out epics, near Shanghai to attend a conference Three hundred civilians were killed this subject. We know the diffi- brass and steel. Clean...no greasy wicks to trim;
no smoky chimneys to wash. Finished in two-tone
there's a rule that neither shall with British foreign service and several hundred wounded as culties; we have heavyheartedlytasted Indian Bronze with attractive Parchment Shade.'

burst forth into poetry while he's officials. His conveyance and one bombs fell on Shanghai's Chapei dis failure; but we also know the 'SEE us YOUR for Free LOCAL Descriptive DEALER Literature.-or write
under contract-no thumbing of the I which accompanied it flew the union God's
trict. Two hundred houses were set sweetness of victory. By THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
harp, no sounding of the lute. Cine- jack. But a Japanese airplane in flames.A grace we press on. Dept. WU193 Chicago, Wichita,HI.;,Philadelphia Kan.; Los Angeles,Pa. Calif.(7196);
ma's gain is creation's loss. swooped down and began to pour Chinese communique said that In his dealings with Israel God

Maybe that explains why they machine-gun fire into the car. One 20 Japanese bombers raided Nan- presents to us an example of whata
of the bullets pierced the body of home be and whatit A Lie Without FoundationA
,
made such good listeners the other king, the central government capi- godly may
. night. And isn't a good listener a the ambassador, grazing his spine. tal, bringing death to 100, including will accomplish :for the commu- lie has wings and can fly

boon! I don't mind being interrupted He was rushed 50 miles to Country many women and children, and nity and for the nation. Such a far but has no feet and cannot

provided the interrupter choosesthe hospital where an operation was wounding 400 more. Bombs fell on home- stand.-Chinese Proverb.A .

right subject. Mute and rapt, I performed and blood transfusionswere the National School for Orphans, the I. Worships the True God (vv. 4, 5).

can harken for hours on hours if given. National Central university and the This is "the first and great com-

someone is talking about me, say, Britain's note to Tokyo was Tzesheng hospital. mandment" of the law, accordingto

or even reading from my published couched in stringent terms. It said, Nearly 400 miles inland from our Lord Jesus. (Matt. 22:36,37.: )

works. But these two minnesingersonly in part: Shanghai, at Nanchang, capital of It is an important part of the Scrip- / oeOURCapBrush"Applicator
broke in to ask that the pickled "The plea; should it be advanced, Kiangsi province, it was reported ture repeated twice daily by all or- e ,

shrimp be passed or gently to suggest that the flags carried on the cars** Japanese bombers had killed or thodox Jews. In its context, in Deu- JUST A makes"BUICKLEAF MUCH FARTHER 40"

that another little drink or two were too small to be visible is irrelevant wounded 300 Chinese noncombatants. teronomy 6, it is clearly associated DASH 1N FEATHERS..

wouldn't do any harm. There would have been. with the home. It is there that he

no justification for the attack even In an effort to hit the South station who is the "one Lord" is to be

Resurrecting Old Words. had the cars carried no flags at.. at Nantao, ancient walled-in loved, which means far more than

all."The Shanghai settlement neighboringthe that he is vaguely recognized or single dose of Dr. Peery'a "Dead Shot"expels
WHEN a word gets fashionable foreign and even the diplo- French concession, Japanese distantly respected. worms. Tones up the stomach and

a new word which matic status of the occupants is also bombers killed 200 and wounded 40f H. Honors God's Word (vv. 18, 19). bowels. No All after Druggists.purgative 60c. necessary. '

some wordsmith thought up right irrelevant. The real issue is that civilians. Loving God and his Word is nota

out of his h ad-it gets too dog- they were noncombatants' --iC- matter for theological speculationor

gone fashionable. The same applies "Such events are inseparablefrom for sanctimonious discussion in &

,- to old words which have been dis- the practice as illegal as it is Puppet King for Ethiopia? some dark cloister. Thank God .

interred from their forgotten tombsin inhuman of failing to draw that WHEN Mussolini captured Ethi- the Christian faith is at its best in Vermlfu e

the dictionary. clear distinction between combat- I (or did he?) it was frequently the ordinary affairs.of life. It finds WrIghts Pill Co.. 100 Gold Street N. Y. City

I seem to see 'grave robbers ants and noncombatants in the con- said that he would never be its proper place in the tender rela-

i prowling through the unabridged, duct of hostilities which international able to control it, much less developit tionship of parent and child. Its

starting in at "aard-vark," which is law no less than the conscienceof for the Ethiopian tribes are wild teachings are pure, delightful, sim-

an animal formerly common only mankind has always enjoined. and terrible. Apparently he is now ple, and entirely appropriate to any GET RID OF

; to Africa but now frequently found "His majesty's government must coming to the same conclusion and occasion, whether one sits or rises,

in cross-word puzzles; and working therefore request: is about to turn for help to-of all walks, or lies down. God's wordsare

,... on through to "zythum a very "FIRST-A formal apology to be people-the! former emperor, Haile the words to be laid up in the BIG UGLY

strong beer drunk by ancient tribes.I conveyed by the Japanese govern- Selassie. heart and in the soul, to be taughtto

guess those old-timers imbibed copiously ment to his majesty's government; It is known that the Italian gov- our children, to be the constant

of the brew and then named "SECOND-Suitable punishmentfor ernment has made certain overturesto and normal subject of conversation.III. PORESPlENTY

." it. It doesn't sound like the sort of those responsible for the attack; Great Britain to determine how Testifies to the Community

word a dead sober party deliberately "THIRD-An assurance by the she feels about the, "ConqueringLion (vv. 20, 21).

'0 would make up. Japanese 'authorities that necessary of Judah" ascending his throne We may not, as did the pious OF DATES NOW..DENTON'SFACIAL

Do you remember the run "in measures_ will be taken to prevent I once more, but strictly as a puppetfor Jew, fasten a little container bear- MAGNESIA MADE HER
trigued" had? I never got so sick recurrence of events of such a char- whom II Duce would pull the ing God's word ,on our doorpost, but

of a word in my ife. And then acter." strings. Britain is said to be willing we may make the home itself and SKIN FRESH, YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL

along came "provocative," and it Tokyo's reply, was temporarily because of the ever-present Italian the life of its inhabitants an effective when
hasn't chance big ugly
Romance
turned out to be a pest. People went withheld, pending investigation. threat along her Mediterranean life- testimony'for God before our neigh- pores spoil skin-texture.a Men love the soft

around just looking for a chance to -*- line.France bors. It is obvious that the home smoothness of a fresh young complexion.

work "provocative" into the conver Trouble Ahead for Ford too, has been approachedon either speaks for or against God.A Denton's Facial Magnesia does miraclesfor
sation. The only way to lick 'em the matter. Frenchmen own the profession of faith in him, an unsightly skin.Ugly pores disappear,
was to pretend to be deaf and dumb. JOHN L. LEWIS' magic touch ef- important railroad from Addis Aba- outward reputation for adherence to skin becomes firm and smooth.
*- fected a compromise betweenwarring but of the religious principles which does not
ba to DJibuti, one prin- Watch your complexion take on new beauty
i Campaign Books. factions of,the United Auto- cipal stockholders in the French cor- vitally touch our dealings with one .Even the first few treatments with Denton's Facial
mobile Workers of America suffi- another and with the community in Magnesia make a remarkable difference. With
" poration is Haile Selassie, and the
LET us not cavil too much be- cient to permit the election of offi- which live-these clearly testifynot the Denton Magic Mirror you can actually lee
we
Italians refuse to his hold-
cause high salesmen recognize the texture of your Akin become smoother day by
commission pressure cers, but that failed to cover up the ings. It is believed that if the for God but against him. day.Imperfections are washed clean. WrinklesqraduallydiaappearBeforoyouknowitDenton
working on have been fierce dissension in the C. I. O. affiliate's *
:. IV. Serves the Nation (vv. 22-25).
French to the akin loveliness.
unloading upon the faithful, at agree puppet mon- has brought you entirely new
Milwaukee convention.
God promised that if Israel dili-
fancy prices, the gift book put out archy the validity of the emperor's EXTRAORDINARY OFFER ,
by Washington headquarters to Several times only a fortunately- shares will not be questioned. Then gently kept his commandments, -Saves you Money
off campaign debts. In fact pay I timed adjournment saved a day's France will be able to buy them. loved him and walked in his ways, I You can try Denton' Facial Magnesia on the
15 most liberal offer we have ever mad.-Jood; fora
would be nation that would
cents' worth would cover practically meeting from breaking up in a riot. The fly in the ointment is that they a few weeks only.We will send you a full 12 os.
The clashes were between the ccprogressive" Haile Selassie will have of this. overcome and dispossess their ene- bottle(retail price$1)plus a regular sized box
all the cavil I personally have none known throughout
used up in this connection. faction of the union, head- He will rest his fate entirely with the mies, and prosper in every .good of the famous country Muneiia as the original Wafers (Milk of Ma tows

ed by President Homer Martin, and purpose. tablets), plus the Denton Magic Mirror
The result tends to prove the gratifying League of Nations, of which Ethiopiais the you what your akin specialist sees) all for
Statesmen that
the faction clearly
see
fact that, while more Demo- "unity" containing mostof still a member. Meanwhile the only$11 Don't miss out on this remarkable: offer.
the "left" members, who op- home is the unit of society. It was Write today.
crats may not necessarily have continual raids by native tribesmen,
established the earth before
, learned how to read and write, ob- posed Martin's program. In the still faithful to their emperor, leaveno upon
' end, the Lewis compromise forced the nation, in fact, before the DENTON'SFacial
: viously more of us have got money Italian life safe in the African
Martin to retain several unity church. No nation can ever really
than formerly was the case when group country, and are making II Duce's"colonization"
officers he had without homes of the high-
the Republicans were in power. apparently been anx- a joke. prosper MagnesiaSELECT
ious to depose. New officers added est type.
Besides think
of what the strain _*_
would have been upon the were, however, chiefly adherents of But a house without God is not PRODUCTS.Inc. L
poor post
man if the national committee had Martin, and it was believed his fac- Louis Retains Championship really a home, even though it standin 4402-23rd St.Lonz .
tion still held control of the execu- the midst of a garden. Neitherthe Island City.N.Y.
been stuck with all this bulk literature FARR, the Welsh fighter
TOMMY school the of Enclosed find$1 U
tive board.Of teacher, nor pastor
and had all the "smart r
congressmen started guys"thought
(cash or stamps) tI
franking copies out to their constitu chief importance in the convention was a set-up for Joe Louis, a church can take the place of a for which send me your I

ents with Uncle Sam paying the was the decision to go ahead world's heavyweight champion, God-fearing father, and 1 of a* mother peoial combination.Introductory
who not knows God but who
only
freight. To give you a further idea with the campaign to 'organize the gave the "Brown Bomber" the sur- I
about this franking,privilege I employees of the Ford Motor com- prise of his life in New York when can tenderly lead the steps of trust- U
may A ing childhood in the paths of right- I Nana.____._.___.___....._......
state that it was named for Frank, pany. special tax of $1 per mem- he stayed 15 rounds. Louis got the
Jesse's brother. ber, whicl would bring in a net of eminently fair'decision, but Tommywas eousness. Our lesson title is right": : Street X "A Nation Needs
IRVIN S. COBB. something like $400,000, was voted still fighting like a tiger wher Religious Homes, = a------------State.-

C-WNU Service. for the purpose. Lewis predicted, the final bell ran*. I or, better Homes., "America" Needs Christian .z- ......................P-,


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i i Earliest Traces ofMan's "Quota-ions"

keeping Up
t. Existence in -A-

The average: woman has an innate
sense of justice and for this reason
W\cien Palestine Dug Up p&far 1 S : fAFJ44J will make an ideal juror.-James
t e McCurrin.
Children should be brought up to
Q Bone Beds of Bethlehem Hale.take it on the chin.-Dr. 'Florence

5'li Sci n ervfce Yield Ancient SpecimensBy The' only regret one need have
with age is the regret that would

E. N. FALLAIZE, Royal Anthropo- come from a life completely misI
Science Service. WNU Service logical Institute of London was brought up on the saying ,
London.-The earliest known that few women are both good wives '
1 Rail Speeds and good mothers.-Mrs. F. D.Roose .
High traces of man's existence in velt.

Problem! Palestine, and it may be, almost spent. -Dr. Mary E. Woolley.
Facing Big the earliest evidence of When rural young people get out
of high school they've lost the main
pJ 'f.' of Safe Stopping man in the whole world, have t- WVtr social contact of their lives and have

been discovered in deposits now ; ,,nothing lake its place.- Dr. R. E.

I J vtr''./, \;' known as the Bone Beds of f Wakely.

' :;,'1.:..' I Best of Modern Brake? Bethlehem.The 6.f'

:';::,'i:: :(; Are Not Sufficient discovery was made by MissE. 4 Making Chair Set

.,- Gardiner and Miss D. Bate excavating .
: /a 3 x "
f the deposits, in what appears .. t ,,, yJ I Is Really Pleasure
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New York.-Top speeds on
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to be a swallow hole near
, :, !1-L: railroads have been raised in : Bethlehem, on behalf of the Well- Q
Something different in crocheta -
the last three years from 80 and come Marston archeological research chair
or davenport set crochetedin
90 miles an hour to 100 and 120 expedition to the Near East. 1 strips! One strip makes an arm

miles an hour. Locomotives The discovery of the swallow hole jjkv rest, three a chair back, five a

capable of keeping sustained ,was made some few years ago when davenport bacK. String works up
GJ' c excavations were being made for a quickly, and is durable. Pattern
speeds at the latter figures are water supply. On the nature of the 'Near
Curbstone Cafe in the East.
not at hand but present few deposits becoming apparent, a con-
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technical difficulties. Major cession to excavate was granted to e .
Wells and "Hair Houses"
problem that must be solved if J. L. Starkey on behalf of the Well- ,

the public is ever to attain this come expedition.The the Bedouins of TransJordanPrepared

swiftness in actual travel is most striking specimen

\ what to do about stopping such among the animal remains is the by National Geographic Society. who was supervising the work with
hinder part of the shell of a gigantic Washington, D. C.-WNU Service.
"Gowak"
(the Bedouin
of metal.On salutation
speeding masses tortoise of a species not yet identi RANS-JORDAN, is a little such occasion
befitting
an ), which
applying the most modern fied. With it were several detached T country. Separated from Pal- means "Strength may Allah give
brakes yet developed, a train speed plates of the shell and a huge leg estine by the great valley of thee."

ing 100 miles an hour would have bone. Although only the tail part of the Jordan the Dead sea, "Gweet," the
was
prompt reply,
moved 1,300 feet at the end of ten the shell was found whole,. it measures and Wadi el) Araba on the west, it meaning, "Strong have I become." ,

seconds and would still be traveling well over two feet across, as is hemmed in by the Levant states, Two stout youths were digging in ;
"72 miles an hour! .It will go another compared with a little over two Iraq and Arabia. It is a British the well bottom which was not yet

1,300 feet before coming to a full inches for the same part in a tortoise protectorate ruled by his highnessthe very deep. They kept filling bas

-,- stop, or about a half mile in all. of about a foot in diameter. Emir Abdullah Ibn Hussein, son ket with the dirt they' excavated. A

With conventional brakes as used There is also part of the tooth of of the late King Hussein of Hejaz camel, hitched to a rope and pulley

'% widely, the picture J-s even worse. It an elephant-the elephant was first and brother of the late King Feisalof and driven by a frail, overgrownboy
would take 22 seconds to cut the 100 identified in Palestine in evidence Iraq.A .
pulled the basket out of the
miles an hour speed to 72 miles an from the Bethlehem bone beds-and little fringe along the Jordan wellhole. Each time a load of dirt

hour and 4,800 feet in all would be cheek teeth of the rhinoceros. Most and Dead sea depression is fertile reached the top, the old man 'seized 44"

\ ,. : required to achieve a complete stop. important however from the view because of perennial streams. Otherwise it, swung it to the surface, and

All of which makes discussions of of the paleontologist and geologistis all is waste. It is a rolling dumped it, while the camel walked
running trains at such speeds for ordinary what appears to be part of a leg plateau desert mostly composed of back for another haul.

passenger and freight traffica bone of a very small form of horse. white chalk and sandy soil. Flint
sizable waste of time 'rat present, Bedouin's House of Hair. 1470 contains: directions for mak-
chips and lumps of basalt are wide
unless adequate measures are takento Very Early Human Artifacts.In ly scattered. The black goat's-hair tent is the ing a strip ,5% by .12% inches; il-

govern the train movements in the same beds, and associatedwith There are no rivers. The Bedouin' Bedouin's home, but he never speaks, lustrations, it and of all stitches

the faster schedules. these animal remains, were a gets his water from ancient rock- of it as a tent. To him, it is the used; photograph of section of

Chief responsibility for a gradual number of worked flints of .which a cut water cisterns, from pools that beit sha'ar (house of hair). Most strip; material requirements; sug-

increase in average speed lies in selection has been brought to Eng collect in the wadi beds in winter, flexible of all abodes, it keeps out gestions for a variety of uses. '
the train dispatcher's office, where land and is- now available for exam- or from deep wells. sun, sands, and winter winds. Dur- Send 15 cents in stamps or coins

J9/J. ,- tighter, running schedules must be ination by expert judges of man'searliest ing hot days the sides can be liftedor (coins preferred) for this patternto
After winters of abundant rains
handiwork. There can, how removed at will. Then the tent, The Sewing Circle Needlecraft
.......\ watched ments ordered closely so and that swifter the move-crack ever, hardly be any doubt as to the and snows, the valleys and wadies is little more than a sunshade. In Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York, ,
be lush with and
human of these may vegetation
origin specimens.One winter'the coarse, heavy fabric'cuts N. Y. I
trams of the line will not run the
aglow with wild flowers. In Ii
of them appears to be a core, sum- off icy blasts. :i
slower ones into sidings too fre-
from which flakes have been struck, mer the whole desert is parchedand
With few exceptions, the goats of
quently. :
while the others show the charac- dry. Scorching hot during the these lands are black. From their Remember This When 1
A gradual rise in average speedon teristic forms and chipping found in day, it is often bitterly cold at shearings the Bedouin makes his ,
schedules is the way the rail eolithic or pre-palaeolithic imple- night. You Need a LaxativeIt
tents. Thousands of have
years i
; ', roads are starting to,solve the prob- is better for if
ments. The Bedouin inhabitants of Trans- brought little change in their con you your body
':;7: ".: lem. There is every reason to say thatat Jordan are divided into three struction.The keeps working as Nature intended.

, j .. least the deposits are not later classes: the peasant farmers who house of hair is oblong and ; Food wastes after digestion shouldbe

: I : *Ghost' Comet See?* than Early Pleistocene, and it may live in villages and cultivate the has a long pitched roof with droop- : eliminated every day. When you
.;. \ ,: be that they are Pliocene. This is soil; the seminomads who live in ing ends. The smallest tents have get constipated, take a dose or two ,

>)': Near Mars Claimed] certainly nearly as early as the tents and have flocks and farm nine poles altogether, with a row of purely vegetable Black-Draught ..,';.
earliest date assigned to the earliest lands; and lastly, the true Bedouin running lengthwise down the cen- for prompt; refreshing relief. .
and thousands of and ti
:: / to Be Real Thing implements found by Reid Moir in nomads, who live off their flocks and ter, and shorter, lighter rows in women Thousands like Black-Draught and men keep It i
; : : < England, and approximately con herds and migrate over long distances front and back. Guy ropes extend always on hand: for use at the first sign .'
temporary with Peking Man. even into the depths of Ara- outward from both sides and from of constipation. Have you tried it? ;:'(

"'> -.i: : ; London.When reports were bia proper. the center of each end. '

: ,.-;'; ,( received in April of the discovery Found That Wells Are Valuable Possessions.All i Detachable goat's-hair curtains 1
::c >,.. of a new comet in the southern Fungus Traps three classes look like true form the sides and ends of the tent. A GOOD LAXATIVE -

-i: ::' skies by W. F. Gale, an and Eats Small Worms Bedouins and speak the same dialects They are fastened to the edge of the f.J
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with and fixed Greater Reward .
wear the same style of cloth- roof wooden pins to "
,-S: ::. : Australian astronomer and ,;
" .- :. ; Chapel Hill, N. C.-A fungus, ing, eat the same food; and share the ground with pegs driven throughrope The willing horse gets the heaviest .,';
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: great observatories in Europe a sort of fifth cousin to the common the same traditions.: But the nomad loops. load-but also the most oats.H'tlSNOW -.1:

. :\ :, c and America were unable to locate bread mold, that captures and eats Bedouins look down on the other The tent is pitched with its backto ,J

,"Z...{ it, the assumption was small, worms, was recently described classes and call them fellahin prevailing winds and storms. A
"" .. made that it was a "ghost." It by Dr. J. N. Couch of the (farmers). It is this wanderingtribe curtain at the central pole usually @ )

the brilliant University of North Carolina. While which is told about here. divides it into two parts. One end'is WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY] ; a
was near planet
insect-eating plants such as the Venus Most vital in a desert country is called the mabram section (be- LARGE JARS 5fMD/Ot h
Mars, and often reflections from fly trap and the pitcher plantare the preservation of water sources. longing to the harem). Here lives .",

a\ such a bright object, inside the quite well known, animalcatching Wells are prized possessions. None the family, and here are stored bed- .,-

'. t. eyepiece of a telescope; cause fungi are rare. but the owner tribe may draw wa- ding, rugs, copper cooking pots, and Let It Be Pleasing \ $

-' ,{Gj 1 these ghosts, which .look like The fungus grows in a threadlike ter, from them. Disputes over the saddlery. Of all the things you wear, your ,

comets. form. Loops are spaced at intervals use of wells have led to many a Sheik's Tent Often Large. expression is the most important.. _, :;

along the thread. These are tribal war. The average Bedouin tent is 8 or '
The comet was real after all, according .
the traps. When- a worm sticks its and half wide.
10
yards long as
When Abraham's wells were checks
.\ r to a claim in a letter from
>,,;.X.' Mr. Gale to Dr. A. C. D. Crom- head or tail into one of these loopsit seized by enemies, he had to protect But there is extreme variation in L t MALARIA ':j
contracts, tightening up on the himself with a covenant of size. Poor herdsmen's tents are fre-
melin in
published the Journal of pos- .
worm and holding it fast. At timesa lF t1 r' in three days
much smaller while thoseof
the British Astronomical Associa session. "And Abraham reproved qently ,
tion. Mr. Gale states that he fully worm may be caught by two of Abimelech because of a well of wa- sheiks and richer tribesmen may uuu COLDS :'j

1 recognized the likelihood of its be- the loops. ter, which Abimelech's servants had be as much as 100 or 120 feet long.In LIQUID. TABLETS first day ,/
ing a ghost and made careful tests When the worm is firmly held, violently taken away" (Genesis 21: more elaborate tents, additional SALVE, NOSE DROPS Headache, 30 minutes.Iry"ItubMy.Tm"World's .'.
to determine its reality.- small threads grow out from the 25). tent poles support the center. .'
1 Liniment :
main thread. They penetrate the Around the wells at watering These tents are referred to by the
The telescope, he says, never body of the worm and digest it. Dr. 'time scenes are enacted which take number of central (or wasit) poles.A .
such
showed before
ghosts and the
I comet was seen best when, Mars Couch was able to watch the capture one back thousands of years to the 4-, 6or 10-wasit house of hair WNU-7 36-37 : :
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was completely out of the field. It and digestion prey. life of Bible days. Youths and men means the same to a Bedouin as a
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'I 1 was observed by several others and lead up their herds of camels. Some- 4-, (6or 10-room house to us. '.: :.- Co''V.O"'U' '.%

1 1 through other telescopes over a pe- Big Fish Eat Little One- times hundreds of animals that have There are sheik's tents that have ,\{ t.,;. ". ,,'. --.',,: ;:
riod of nearly month h'chit gone without water for days will be nine wasits or ten sections. Three I. 'U. ------ / II ,1-:
r a during \\ ,' ,; ge\ S" I :;
: moved as a comet should. and Latter Tiny Things waiting in line for a drink. sections at one end are curtainedoff _' a. '.._I '" .,'J;.. .I- ::!

With leather buckets and long with sahas for wives and their Help Them Cleanse the Blood :;

\I Even Famous Brains Give Washington.-The bass or troutor ropes, two almost naked men draw families.The of Harmful Body Wasto -
I pike that you triumphantly bear water, chanting their weird, monot- chief wife has a double sec Your kldneyi are constantly filtering i,
Indications of ''Inferiority' home, or the more prosaic halibutor onous melodies and calling to the tion to herself. But her apartmentis waste kidneys matter sometimes from the lagin blood their strew.work-But do "-
I salmon you buy in the store of a camels to drink. Herders keep the also the storehouse for rugs, bed- not act a* Nature intended-fall to remove :

Friday, is the end and culminationof animals back allowing only one ding, and food supplies for guests. poison impurities the system that end, if upset retained the,whole may :'
Washington. Examining hun- a long line of complicated de- or two at a trough at a time. Half the tent forms the shigg, or body machinery. -';

..jw-; dreds of human brains, famous and vourings. Few fish eat primary In the deserts where camels are guest section.If Symptoms headache may be,attacks nagging of backache dizziness, .
persistent
: ,, AS- h otherwise, a Soviet anatomist Gre- foods directly, as a cow eats wealth "
chief tend
grassor the girls the a Bedouin keeps no goats he getting up nights swelling puTnesaunder
goire Levin of the Bekhterev Insti- a pig eats corn. They eat Shepherdesses often have the eyes-a feeling of nervous -f
goats. a his goat's-hair cloth. But
buys anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
tute for Brain Research in Leningrad smaller fish and other animal forms their bladder disorder
hard time'watering flocks. most families can provide their own Other signs of kidney or
has discovered that like and be burning, scanty or too
supposed shrimp crayfish. may
t Camels are always favored. And
goat's hair, and the women spin frequent urination. '
t "signs of inferiority" exist in brainsof These in turn have eaten still when the camel herders come in the yarn, weave the cloth, and sew There should bo no doubt that prompttreatment .'

i prominent civilized personalitiesjust smaller creatures-and so ad infinitum from their waterless five-day graz- the tent together. Pitching and striking Doan't Pilli.Is Doa wiser,,',than have been neglect.winning Use ..;
as frequently as in brains of or almost that far. For the ing periods, the girls and their flocks the tents are also women's new friends for more than forty years.. :.1
I benighted savages. end (or rather the beginning) of the get particularly inconsiderate treatment work. They recommended have a nation-wide by grateful reputation.Are people the "
His verdict, which deals a blowto chain consists of plants too small to The only time a new tent is made country over. Art your neifhoorl w
the hope of science to find visible see, which the first and smallest of Digging of a New Well. is when a youth leaves his parents'

reasons for inferiority in humanbrains the tiny animal forms devour to Not long ago a traveler observedan home and sets ,up housekeeping by
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is reported here in the
I\ nal of Physical Anthropology. Jour- I get the food which this "water pasture" unusual event-the digging of a himself, usually with a wife or twc
has made new well. He greeted the patriarch I to do the work.




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FOUR TUB CLEWISTON !NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1937

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The Clewiston News yard affair, in two. He laid a nice I selves they will realize that my I cases and make new awards with' POTATO TRUCK SCHEDULE --

long drive down the fairway: and his statements are not biased and that I II the increased pensions, and this is Commodities Distribution ,Agency

-.- --,-- niblick approach shot rolled into the might have said a lot more. ., being done just as rapidly as pos- -

pi,:; '. (.' every Friday in Clewiston, cup. It was said to have been the But the Ohio State Fair is a SPlen-!. sible. All will receive the raise dat- Monday, September 13. Hendry 'Count'" }'*
the built did show and credit to the Buck- I. LaBelle 10 a. m. to 12 m-
since a
', II the CLEWISTON NEWS, first time course was .
F;< t y ing from the date the bill was sign '
lit. that the No. 1 hole was made in eye State, and the men who conductit. I Felda, 1:30 to 2:30 p. m.
ed. would
Correspondence right now '
less than three. It was a par four. It isn't their fault that Mother Tuesday, September 14. '
result in forcing the casefolder out
"Dr. Taylor Is what newspaper Nature gave Florida so much more Clewiston 4 p. m.
Keathley Bowden, Editor reporters often refer to as 'a regu- to work wiht. of its regular review position and

lar fellow'. He has a quiet, though Ohio's Governor Davey is being delay action on it, as well as multiply .' /
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Entered as second class mail matt keen sense of humor and possesses considered seriously? in this sectionas I I the work of the Veterans Ad I FOR SALE-Several nice pieces' or.I .

1927 at the Post that rare gift of appreciating a joke a presidential possibility. His ministration. Anyone entitled to, this furniture. Inquire at News: office
r February 1, I I ,
Florida under on himself as much as the other fel- masterful handling of the strike sit-I I increase who does not receiveit I II or phone 381. ItRAIFORD'S
0 :rice in Clewiston, i
low. In telling of his eagle Mondayhe uation in Ohio proved him head and I
the;'< Act of :March 3, 1897. I within two months, can take it up
remarked 'I shoulders over Earle of Pennsyl- I
am getting more II
I I with my office and we will be glad I I \
publicity lately on my golfing thanon vania or Murphy of Michigan. They to make a personal check for them.I I RHEUMATIC 'RE1IEDl' -
Subscription rate, 2.00 per year* my preaching'." both had their chances and muffedit '
j has relieved :Muscular,
Advertising :rates on application. Dr. Taylor is not only an ardent beautifully] to 1 kill whatever dem-,
'Rheumatic and other tfodily pains
and proficient golfer, but he is one ocratic chances they might have had! INTEREST ON ADVANCE FARM
( for 15 years; also used for' Athlete'sI
of the sort 'who will soon be found for 1940. I LOAN l\IONEY.--Under: the provisions
Devoted to the advancement and -i j Foot and other Foot Troubles. Easy
welfare; of Clewiston and Hendry helping out In every civic enterprise.In Talk of a third term for Roose- of the recently enacted farm to make. Ingredients bought at any

County. Lake Worth he was a director of velt doesn't strike a popular chord credit act of 1937,- the land bank i is drug store. Don't; suffer: Send only

the Chamber of Commerce and a anywhere, as far as I've been ableto authorized to pay interest on advance -I $1 for formula. Satisfaction guar-

staunch Rotarian.It see. Labor, regardless_ of his being I payments on l land bank and anteed. E. E. Raiford, B., 91, Okee-
might not be amiss here to the friend it ever had, con- I
homes with' greatest
Those government I commissioner loans. This will .result chobee, Fla. 4tD-N
tar I mention that in Mrs. Taylor he demns him for not doing more- !
black weatherproofing paper the land bank believes, in more I j
look seems to have an equally efficient particularly the CIO clement. Industry -
them do spookytill I
covering sure
the ,carpenters get the next lay helpmate, ,for she is one of those on the other hand, charges ad- loans being paid in full, more ad-';

people blessed with the gift of get- ministration's labor attitude toward :vance payments or lump sum payments -;,
er on.
ting things done. She is an interested sit-down strikes intimidation and on principal in order to shorten -

Garden Club member workerin destruction with' deliberately loans and inter-
The National Society of Mayflower a property I the term of save j

Descendants granted a charter to other women's organizations, and creating the most serious na-l est, and more such advance payments !

has even ,been known to take her the nation ,has facedIn H
tional problem
a Florida group at Daytona Beach I being made by farmers to insure ;,
turn broadcasting a series of nature
recently. After all, we guess those I years. I the funds will be available in I ? %
talks over the air. ,
Mayflower occupants did have
some lean years. Heretofore, money paid
Clewiston is indeed fortunate to I }
descendants.The in advance had to be applied imjmediately
have this splendid couple in our
I /
Doughboys who served over- midst, and -we will find their help- I to the principal. Now in i iI t / 95 1

ing hand of great assistance in WASHINGTON good years the farmer can build up
seas and who remember that a franc I I
church affairs and in every worth- a back-log with the, bank to take
was worth approximately a quarter I
will be interested in knowing thatit while undertaking of the commun- NB care of lean years and keep his I I Y'M NIT'S

is now worth about 4 cents. Whata ity. >s: mortgage account current. Although \

good time a few bucks, would.. give .tlrltlMtlNtlMtl9tlMlt. tltlMtltliltldtl. postponement privileges have: been, I r

you now in Gay Paree! granted in the past, the land.bank

I Too Late To ClassifyBy and commissioner of loans have! EASY WITH

If the wars will kindly stay put I steadily been whittled down as far
I II \ JJq&t
over in the Orient, in Spain and 'Russell KayIII..IIJI..II.IIIUII. as principal is concerned, more than t,l .
elsewhere and all storms blow safe- I
$106,000,000 being paid off in the; AI
ly up the Atlantic seaboard ; \
we will .1111111111111:1: C r I FROM CONGRESSMANJ. past 12 months athough only a frac-!
be able to give our time and attention -
tion of this was due.
unreservedly to the World COLUMBUS, OHIO.- Folks up HARDIN PETERSONCITRUS 1 Give your children every
Series. in this part of the country certain-
I opportunity they deserve in
ly take their fairs seriously, for in MARKERS: FOR VETERANS your own home. A playroom,

SCHOOL ATTENDANCEJ. spite of a record-breaking heat wave, RETURNS-Florida cit GRAVES.-The grave of any veteran -I den, workshop, complete

-- over eighty thousand people turn- rus growers during the season just which is not already marked by freedom. All these plus
F. Tyler has been appointed by ed out for Governor's Day at the security are theirs and
? yoursin
past received a net return of 77c a headstone can be so marked with
4he county school board to: check on Ohio State Fair. jour own home. You can
school per box for their fruit, despite a a _stone furnished free by the gov- and
home
attendance purchase a now
for the Clewiston Invited by Secretary of Agricul-
district. State law I bumper crop which was the largest ernment. This service is provided pay like rent over a long
requires that
all ture Earle Hanefeld of Ohio to vis- '
children betweenthe 'in many j'ears. This was the aver through the Quartermaster General period with our Budget
of 6 and it the Ohio Fair
ages on my way home, I Monthly Payment Plan. It's
14 attend school net return on all] fruit shippedout of the War Department, and
regularly and the stopped over for a day. age I any II III advantageous to buy or build

county school board is making ev-, Earl Brown, George Clements, of the state by _rail and boat. person interested in getting such a I II now in face of rising prices!

ery effort this year to see that the Jack, Monahan and Al Schaffer madeup This _represented, the highest net return -'I stone can write direct to him at

law is complied with very strictly.No our Florida party and we brought in seven years and was nearly Washington for the necessary application -I

action should ever be neces-I' along the "Florida Orange Blossom double the average net return for I blank, or we will be glad to'j

sary to" force children to attend Quartet" at the special request of that period. These figures were an- I furnish one from our office in Lake-! Clewiston Federal

school. The public school system is 'Ohio officials who were thrilled by nounced by Forrest C. Graves, state land. There is no cost and several ,'

one: of the nation's greatest assets their splendid work at Clevelandand and Loan
Savings
and the coordinator, and showed a total pro- styles of lettering are provided. The I ,
privilege of attending a arranged to present these talented -
duction last season of 40,599,852 stones are lettered, and shipped |I
good school free is one of the dis- students from the Florida Agri- AssociationxGood
tinct advantages of the American cultural and Mechanical College as boxes, including shipped fruit and without cost to the freight office I I!

child over those in, other lands. guest entertainers at the Governor's fruit consumed locally and utilizedby nearest the grave. Relatives or oth-|
{wt ;.
All education in Florida is an easy Luncheon on a network broadcast canning Plants. The net return on er interested persons must pay the

matter, and no child should fail to I and in front of the grandstand both the whole crop was 72c per box, I cost of getting the stone from the

receive an elementary, if not a high afternoon and night.It three cents higher, thah the 1935-36, freight station to the grave itself.A A..... ..NN.. :..................................:..,...........NI....H.N.. ....... .
school, education. Free text booksare was a wonderful "break" for season and much higher than another y I short time ago, applications were

provided in the grades, transpor- Florida and the quartet did themselves year for a long period. filed for a large number of graves ill : : i iII

miles tation is given those who live two proud. In spite of the fact The volume of shipped fruit was of Spanish War veterans in an inland r Farm

or further from school. This that these lads have been fcjitured the city and all graves there which II
year the largest since 1930-31, when it
county school board, with II in Cleveland for two years and have were not marked will receive
the totalled 27,229,945. The I a
assistance of the 77c figureis
WPA
will provide been on nearly two hundred radio I stone
necessary clothes to one cent more than last year, but Land
any needy I programs, they seem to be more

child in .order that there may be popular than ever and folks never I I the crop was much larger this past ,

ro handicap to any child in attending tire of hearing them sing those old season, as 26,495,652 boxes left the : ;'

school. familiar as I I state THE CLEWISTON NEWS iou Rellt
spirituals such "I Got compared with 19,232,052 for :
No
further insistence should be Shoes", 'Joshua: Fit de Battle of the 1935-36 season. The 1934-35 SUBSCRIPTION .$2.00 A YEAR

reeded. And yet, if children are kept Jericho" and "Swing, Low Sweet season brought
a net return for
cut of school .
for trivial reasons, the Charlot"-or such southern melo-
board shipped fruit of only 32c,1933-34 )
will insist that ,
they attend. dies as "Kentucky Babe", "Short'nin' TEACHHUS' ttYAMlXATIOXS
As a rule the brought a net of 34c, 1932-33 ,
very children
who Bread" and "Way Down Upon
would brought, two cents NotIce is hereby given that a teach-
receive the most benefit froman the Suwannee River." 1931-32 brought50c '
ers' examination for state certificates
education are the ones who are I The Ohio Fair, state maintained, and 1930-31 brought 33c. Oran- will be held in my office on September I Trespassers'
allowed to ifi, 17 and 18th. An examination on the 1 ..
pass their during the
ges last
childhood is
I a splendid exposition but quite season broughta United States constitution will be friv-

without receiving it. different from our, Florida shows. net to grower of $1.19 per box, en on September 18th. Applications : ,
should he filed not later than Sep- I Will Be
;sere livestock is the outstanding compared with 93c the prior season, tember 9th. I ,

OUR XEnl1STER' reature and the Sheep Show, Cattle and represented the S. A. GRAVES,
highest -Prosecuted
figure
County Surt. ,of Public _
Show, Horse Show and Poultry Show
Rev. for the 7-year period for which fig- Instruction. /
Forrest
C. Taylor, new min- are of the first rank. Lacking the Sept. 3-10.
ister ures were announced. I
of Grapefruit
the Community Church, is varied and colorful displays of trop- .

quietly taking his place as one of ical fruits, plants and flowers that showed a falling off in net returns, ,
the bringing 41c REPRESENTATIVE "'AXTEDtolook
community's outstanding citi- make Florida fairs so brilliant and during the last sea-
zens. He is ''an after our magazine subscription -
interesting conversa- impressive, Ohio gives a good ac- son compared with 64c in 1935-36.
'
tionalist, an able speaker and a count of its agricultural resources The 41c price was the best, however interests' in Clewiston and vi-
splendid cinity. Our plan enables i Clewiston
to
listener you secure -
as well. with well arranged exhibits of 'grain, except for 1935-36 for the 7-year:
We I a good part of the hundreds of
were unaware that he '
had tal- :ay and general farming crops and period. Tangerines didn't show t
ents in other up dollars spent in this vicinity each .
directions And
till a fel- Is well supported with high class so well last season either, bringinga 'Realty
low newspaper man handed fall and winter for magazines. Old-
usa ommercial displays.
clipping from a Palm Beach I net of 12c compared with 38c the est agency in U. S. Guaranteed low-
Compared with
county our own Florida DevelopinentCorporation
paper of several months year before. The fine price for or- est rates on all periodicals, domestic -
: ago, when Fair, however, in *Dit<* of their" ptensive -- I
the Taylors were Lake Worth I anges more than balanced the low- I and foreign. Instructions and ,i
resi grounds
,
; larger buildings
;::'., dents. It seems Mr. Taylor is also;1'and generous state appropriations er price on other citrus, however, equipment free. Start a growing and II

t."j "some golfer". We and brought the permanent business in whole or
reproduce the I!I for maintenance and operation, they average for all
,:;, clipping time. Address MOORE-COT-
; because spare
we think fruits for 1 I.ast
our readers -| an't touch us for brilliance, showmanship season to 81c, comrpared

1";. will be as interested as we were:: ;, variety of, exhibits, illumtiaation with 79c in 1935-36, and oth- TRELL, Inc., .Wayland Road, North .:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:,.:..:-:..:..:..:..:..;.., P'O"iiIoL"
"Not Cohocton, N. Y. 2t
content
i.i the with being one of;, 'decoration and cleanliness er years of 29c, 51c, 6c, 49c and 52c.:? I
:'. most popular ministers In the I'| You must really visit some of thee

p/;:," community, Rev. :Forest C. Taylor, I j ether state fairs to appreciate our >l":. ... "!:, = :J )i :1-.,;"....>':: ;'aaga.TrAdi.OESFranklin : "1
" minister of the First Presbyterian GOLD STAR MOTHERS PEN- r
::jcwn.; \ Hardware Co.
'';' Church jumps occasionally into the Were it not for the fact that Secretary SIONS.-General Frank T. Hines,
:'f': golfing Mail Distributors Foil; Slyer, FJa.
limelight.
'i I Henefelt has promised to at- administrator of veterans' affairs,

< "A few weeks ago Dr. Taylor, !I'' end the Florida Fair next February, has issued a request that Gold Star Gentlemen: Please send me, without obli- _

'
;,".", Rev. Harry Farmer, Methodist min-1 I,I comparison, considering what a of World War veterans now re- Electrolux, the Kerosene Refrigerator.

I' ister and Rev. U. E. Reid, Baptist marvelous; host he proved himself to Coupon
ceiving a pension arid
:, entitled to an -

If: dream pastor, of pulled all a stunt that, is the i Le and the kindly expressions of I increase. under the recent new law, Name ..._..........................___.........................
goJers-a hole in one! good will and friendship for ourdate
It-:: .--when he, dropped his No. 5 should be patient for a few weeks
made
tee s publicly both here and
t!,: ........ ......... .......
": shot in the cup., 1; !Cleveland' by him and Governor before inquiring about their individual gI.s Street or R. F. D. ........ -- -

"Monday, while playing a round[ :Davey. But I am sure when these cases. It will require about two

'j' with William Morrow .... ............ State.....,..........
:: Dr. Taylor estimable gentlemen visit Florida months, Gen. Hines said, to go Town ................. to saoltl

-., negotiated, ,the. No, 1 hole, ,, a, 33 Q I and flee the Florida Fair; fQr them through the lame number: of !such i ..o); '" :::i. .


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1937 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE


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.j$1 ........................................................NIIN.. .. .............................."..,11Y v) Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Barnes of De-- LaBELLE NEWSCharles party. and Ethel Willis, Emma Ezelle, Renee '!I

5 Land are spending two weeks in Following the weinerroast Wethington, Alma Anglin, Violet -

| |_*|: Personal Mention | Clewiston, Mr. Barnes is relieving games were enjoyed by the group. Bethea,' Neily Geiger, Mae Lily


.,*t-.. .x.0....................0.......................................*%....................................... Miss Sandy Welles, local Western Lear of Clewiston to LaBelle.madea Anglin Those ,attending Emma Ezelle were, Violet Miss Bethea Alma Waters Stone, Mary Nell Christian, Gaudy
Saturday night Naomi
l &. Union manager during her vacation. trip Aikens, and Jerry-.....
.2 Hal Frierson was a visitor Sun- Dorothy Bethea, Neiley Geiger, Flor- Cato, Courtland Aherent, J. T. Al-

day in Fort Myers. Miss Roberta George left Thurs- Mrs. Harry Delaney and Shirley' ence Slonaker, Mary Bell Warren, mon, Boe Warren, Boe Lolly, Jun-
Blake visitors Saturday In Fort Mary Nell Christian, Elsie and Clar-
f day for a two weeks vacation. She were ior Waldron, Carl Anderson, Dick
i Turner left Monday ice Lammons, Renee Wethington,
Mrs. R. M. will: join Miss Sandy Welles for a Myers. Mims, Charles Garner, Jimmy Hol- ,
Gladys Willis, Gaudy Waters, Mae
j 3 for a visit in Springfield, Illinois. visit in Coral Gables, Daytona iken land, Louis Wethington, James and
Mrs. Wallace and daughter, Lily Stone, and Neomi Akins, Har-
j Beach and Sanford. Tommy Aikens, Carlisle Reddish,
Mrs. M. J. Hirsch is visiting her Geraldine are visiting[ relatives in old Adams, Cortland Ahrent, Jerry '
Harold Adams Luther Lowe
Frank
Georgia. Cato, Mack Fullwood, Jack Keen, ,
daughter, Mrs. W. H. Wilson in Dr. W. J. White of Belle Glade .
Joseph Lee, Boe Lolly, John Henry Johnson, Munselle Stone, John Henry

Lakes City. arrived in Clewiston the first of John Burnett has returned from Tuck, Junior Waldron, Doe Warren. Tuck, Manning Keen, Mack Full-;
the week and will remain to take
.. Mrs. W. Coo who recently Miami where he spent a week with James and Tommy Akins, Dick wood, Joseph Lee, Mr. and Mrs.
care of the practice of Dr. O. F.
moved to South Bay, spent the Schiffli during the latter's absence. his daughter, Mrs. Anna Fountain.Mrs. Mims, Charles Garner, Carlisle Red- Charles Christian and Mr. and Mrs,

week-end visiting friends here. dish, Jimmy Holland, Luther Lowe, Slonaker.

--, C.. E. Weaver and children, William Johnson and Jack Wiun.

.Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baker returned Miss Beth Nail left Saturday for Nellie and Bill, made a trip Tuesday '

Monday from a visit of several Tampa to visit her sister, Mrs. R. P. to Fort Myers.: CLEWISTON LADIES GUESTSOF BETH NALL COMPLIMENTED: ":|

days with relatives in Lakeland. i Wainwright for several days before LAKE HARBOR GROUP AVITH FAREWELL' DANCE '

returning to Tallahassee for her Mr. and Mrs. Reason L. Hamptonand
A group of Clewiston members of Miss Beth Nail, who left Saturday .
Mae
Miss Emma ,Ezelle and Miss sophomore year at Florida State Mrs. Bessie Frasier made a trip.

Lily Stone were Monday visitors in College. Friday to Tampa and Lakeland. the Ladies Aid Society were guestsof for a visit ,in. Tampa before return, I

West Palm Beach. I I the Lake Harbor' Aid Society at ing to Tallahassee for her sopho-

Joseph Brazeale left Saturday for the Lake Harbor Church at a delightful more year at the Florida State College -

C. W. Simmons and Jacksonville after spending the luncheon yesterday. Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg have Mr. and ,Mrs. sum- was complimented with a fare- .
\ daughter, Doris, Miss Ethel Willis, mer with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Blount Forest C. Taylor made a splendid well dance
by a of her friends.
returned from a two weeks vacationin group
Miss Mary Bell Warren spent the and Mrs. G. H. Blount. talk on organization to the combined
Miss Nall has the
Western North Carolina. spent summer
Labor Day holiday in Sebring. They groups.
here with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Nail,
were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Mfr and Mrs. Richard Shattles of The Clewiston ladies who attended -

Miss Mary: Markette and W. T. M. C. Doke and son, Gene, of Moore Tampa spent Monday with Mrs. and enjoyed the hospitality of Jr.

Cowart were guests of friends in Haven. Shattles' sister, Mrs. John Burnett the Lake Harbor group were Mrs. Guests at the dance included 1Iiss'I I

Vero Beach Labor Day. and Mr. Burnett. Viola Stone, Mrs. W. B. Cate, Mrs. : Nail, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Nall,

O. A. Jones, Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs. Misses Ruby Richaud, Ruby Smallof
Mrs. Hansel McDuffie and Mrs.C. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hood and Foy Durrence, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, St. Cloud, Roberta George, Hazel
W. Simmons returned the latter
LaBelle were Clewiston visitors part of the week from Sycamore, children, have moved to Moore Haven. Mrs. I. M. Pafford Mrs Martha Lu- Prince, Sandy Welles, Mae Lily

3Ionday. Georgia, where they accompanied Mr. Hood is at work, at Clewis-. dekins, Mrs. R. B. Bunyard, Mrs. Stone, Dorothy Hare, Dorothy Lock-
ton. Wilfred Lockhart Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Luke' for the Dorothy hart, Bernice O'Neal, and Halson
., I Lockhart, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F.
funeral of their little daughter. Avant Ed Ward Ed
Knight
Harry ,
and sons, Kay and Paul, spent the Mr. and Mrs. Blitz Wegman re- Deane Duff, Mrs. Joe Robbins, Mrs.A. .

'holiday week-end at Fort Myers turned Saturday from a two weeks W. Lawrence, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Clark, Kennen Swayne Malley Palmer -

Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hooks, Misses trip through the southern states, Indiana Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. W. H. La- R. L. Coker, Merrell Lowe, Otto

Mildred Ward, Dorothy Hare, Hazel and Ohio. nier. Larsen, Boyd Vorhees, Bill Palmer -

Mrs. A. L. Morgan visited her and Lois Prince and Ed Ward, Ed Parker Wilson, Pete McIntyre: ,

daughter, Miss Margaret Morgan in Clark, and Coburn Moore attendeda Pete Taylor, Steve Thomas and LOCAL CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Coburn Moore, Trevlyn Moltz of Miami .

West Palm Beach over the week baseball game in Everglades Sun- Wallace Aiken made a trip Satur- ENTERTAINS FOR 'VISITORS John Henry Tuck, Paul Erick-

end. day. day evening' to Fort Myers and Fort son and Harold Carlisle of Pahokee.

Myers Beach. ,, Following the regular meeting of
the Clewiston Christian Endeavor
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hirsch are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner returned Society held at the Church Monday Visiting EngineerContinued -
Thursday from High Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Grover A. Hill and : :
their daughter, Mrs. W. H. evening informal
Miss Nellie Weaver motored Satur- an party was held .
,
Wilson and Mr. Wilson in Lake where they visited relatives for sev- at which number
to a of members of "
day Fort Myers, where they met -
City. eral days. Their son, Charles; who Miss Mildred Hill and sister Miss the Lake ,Harbor C. E. were guestsof ( From Page One)

spent the summer in Dothan, Alabama Esther Hill who returned from a the local boys and girls. the desert. The location party of

and in High Springs returned The meeting In which he was a member was forg'
,
Miss Lois Prince -Okeechobee vacation spent in Brooksville.Mr. was charge of Bill
Owen ing ahead deep into the desert, when
president. Marie
spent the week-end in Clewiston with them. Robbins was
and the water supply was runninglow.
leader
and Mrs J. R. Duke, Jr., of of the program. The refresh-
visiting her sister, Miss Hazel
Mr. Flanders and a couple of
ment
Okeechobee committee consisted of Bob-
Mr.
City and Mrs.
Prince.W. Mrs. J. J. Graham and daughters, teamsters started back, for a new
George Crawford, Mfr. and Mrs. M. bie Spicer, Jimmy Hall, and Marie
Florence and Sally, are spending: Robbins. supply. One of the teamsters, a Mor-
A. Underhill, R. M. Underhill 'and
T. Hull, clerk of the circuit the week in Jacksonville, their Guests from Lake Harbor mon who had lived for years near
Beryl Underhill of Fort Myers were were "
court for Hendry county, was in it was discovered that one of the
former home. Mr. Graham drove up guests Sunday of Mrs. Bessie Fraz- Ralph Bishop, James Grant, Moye
-- Clewiston transacting business.We'd-, 'Bishop huge water kegs had sprung a leak .
Edna
with them Saturday and returned ier. Henderson, Mary Merriam -
the desert and entirely familiar
was
'''_- nesday. after spending the holiday week-end Polly Grant, Catherine McKay,
with: it, was guiding the party and
and Muriel Merriam
here. LADIES AID SOCIETY MAKES: I
Mrs. C. W. Thorn, who has re- PLANS FOR TEA AND BAZAARMrs. Local members attending were attempted a short cut. They became

sided at the Clewiston Inn for sev- Marie Robbins, Louise Roath, Laura lost, their own water supply ex-
Mrs. B. E. Nall who has been forced to turn
hausted, they were
eral weeks left Monday for her J. E. Beardsley and Mrs. Louise Bailey, Roberta Spicer, Bill I
confined to the Arcadia General their horses loose, and finally stag-
and Dick Owen
Bobby and Dick
home in Atlanta. Wilfred Lockhart were hostesses at
Hospital for the past several weeks, Patterson Hall gered delirious into camp after be-
Jimmy Miss
the Beardsley home East of Clewis- Marion
has sufficiently recovered from a recent ing 48 hours without food or water.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent ton yesterday afternoon to the La- Leydig, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith
major operation to be brought Mr. Flanders gave a general description -
and Rev. and Mrs. F.
C.
1 the week-end in F'ort Myers with I dies Aid Society which met for its Taylor..
home. She is reported as improving of the country, and spoke
Cakes and punch were'served..
regular September meeting.Mrs. .
Mrs. Nowiing's parents, Mr. and ,
rapidly. especially of the great salt deposits,
E. C. Mills presided at the r
Mrs. .L. O. Osteen. on which in recent years many speed
CLEWJSTON GROUP ATTB"DSLAnOR :
business session. Plans were discus-
Mr. Mrs. John B. records have been set' by automobileracers.
and Dotterer DAY
sed silver DAWN DANCE
I for a tea to be given next I
Miss Ulla Jacobsen and Miss Mar- and daughter, Sherrie, are returning month at Mrs. Duff's.home. in celebration His talk was most interesting -

cia Avant spent the week-end in home this week-end from Mount of the 200th anniversary of A large group of young people I and was thoroughly enjoyed by

Tampa visiting Miss Jacobsen's Pleasant, South Carolina. Mr. Dot- foreign mission work in the church. from Clewiston attended the Labor I the Kiwanians.

., father, P. Jacobsen. I terer drove up 'last week for his wife There were also some discussion of Day Dawn Dance at Pahokee Monday -I Plans for a benefit performance

and daughter, who have spent the were discussed at the business ses-
morning.
plans for the annual bazaar to be I 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer summer there with relatives: given in December.Due Included in the number were Mr sion, and although the details have

: '. and son, Billy, of Miami spent the Mrs. R, N. Smith and son, Bobby, to the absence} of Mrs. I. D. and Mrs. Harvey Guthrie, Mr. and I not yet been worked out, it seems
definite that a burlesque performance -
", I
", : rweekend in Clewiston visiting Mrs. Leydig, Mrs. I. M. Pafford conducted Mrs. W. M. McCracken, Misses Ro- II
; : will leave Sunday for a visit with berta that will do justice to the talents -
George Welles Bernice
Sandy ,
\}'" : the devotional service. Mrs. Wil
C. L. Downs and other friends. Mrs. Smith's parents in Savannah.Mr. .
O'Neal, Peggy Gallant, Billie Hooker i of the men of Clewiston will
f ". Smith and Mr. and Mrs. I. M. fred Lockhart gave an interesting
.. be given in the near future.
Christine Bell, Betty Spicer, and ,
'
: I review of the book '"African Crosses. -
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Claybaugh of Pafford will accompany them to II
Bill Palmer, -Halson Avant, M. F. .. .
(: ': Orlando were recent guests off* Rev. West Palm Beach where they will The Anvil
Palmer Charles Roberts Bob Logan -
.
.' and Mrs. F. C. Taylor. Mrs. Clay- board the train. Chocolate milk and cookies' were' Harry Knight, Otto Larsen, I If you are the anvil be patient;
served to Mrs. Mills Mrs. 'H. C.
-
,
if the strike.
hammer
baugh is a sister of Mrs. Taylor., Bill Lockhart Bell James i you are ,
Sandy
;. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- Jones:': Mrs. C. ,A. Jones, Mrs. W. W. I I ; I \
Winn, Pete McIntyre Kennen
,
berg have as their guests for a Perry, Mrs. W. B. Cate, Mrs. Viola I
I Jean and Bobby Slater of West Swayne, E. P. Shelley, H. R. Hall
,
Stone Mrs. F. C. Mrs. Foy I
Taylor
few days Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Coral I
\ Palm Beach spent a few days in and Bob Patterson .
Durrence Mrs. Pafford Mrs. Mar
,
1 of Havana. Another guest who is 1 I I. M. COUSE
,P Clewiston visiting their uncle and spending the week with the Scharn- tha Ludekins, Mrs. B. E. Herring,

aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson.Mr. bergs is Miss Anita Grafing of Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. W. C. Owen, FLORENCE SLONAKER HOSTESSAT Counselor and Attorney at Law

Staten Island, New York, who leaves Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Joe Rob- SCAVENGER HUNT FOR CLUB Hopkins Building

and Mrs. 'J. E. Beardsley and Saturday for a visit in Miami be- ins, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. J. Wednesdays and Saturdays:

,'_" sons, Jim and Bruce, returned fore returning to her home. G. Niblack:, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. The newly organized Ramblers 9:30 to 4:00

t, Thursday from a vacation trip H. R. Hall, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, MrsR. Club held its weekly meeting: Thurs-

through central and north Florida. Mrs. D. G. Alston and Mrs. J. W. B. Bunyard, Mrs. Bellamey. and day: evening at the home of Miss

( .;,<";:.;, Ezelle and daughter, Emma Jane, Miss Dorothy Lockhart. Florence Slonaker who entertained )I
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has been members of the Ramblers I Other games were. played duringthe
Meredith visiting her grandmother Club last
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daughter, Patsy, spent the
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Something Else

O Kathleen NoxrlaWNUServlc Chorus Girl-I stand in front ol

BY KATHLEEN NORRIS .. ., ,. *. my mirror for hours admiring my

beauty. I suppose you'd call that

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Bad Enough

CHAPTER XII-Continued head to raise dark brows knittedin "Good heavens!" Vicky said. get over it. If you ran away she'd "Didn't you say your dog's bark

-18- a faint scowl. "Then it isn't that Spencer's ill," follow you. As it is, she'll annoy was worse than his bite?"

"I don't know how much Vic "Was that Serena?" she mused. "He didn't look as if you for a while, and come over "Yes."

knows," Quentin said, with simplicity. "Yes. She must know I often imi- he'd been ill today." here and break the news to me." "Then for goodness' sake don't

"I know I'm-I'm damned sor tate Anna," Victoria said thought "Of course not!" Her voice died away into musing, let him bark. ,He's just bittenme.

ry about the whole thing. I'm hor- fully. "But I can't' help it. I don't "You've changed and she hasn't," and Quentin raised his head and ."

ribly sorry. I blame myself en want to talk to her." Vicky added, in the same reflectivetone. stared at her strangely.

tirely. I don't think we thought Telephone often?" Quentin asked "That's it?" "You're an extraordinary wom- HEARTLESS ,
how with a little effort. "I've made such a mess of it "
what we were getting into, ; an, Vicky, he said. "You can
horribly rotten the thing was!" "Lately, yes. She's called about I've let you in for all this," Quentin talk about it. Don't you-don't you

"We knew that we loved each oth- five times today. She usually says muttered, grinding his graying hairin care?" WFiiT2iiL&\ .
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er. Some of those first days," Se- that she's anxious to see you, but his big hands. "Vic, there's no For a full half-minute Victoria returned \
today she's been saying that Spencer use saying I'm There's noth-
rena said, "ah, weren't they heaven "sorry his stare. Then she said ina
? We were brave, then, we is ill. ing I can say. voice that trembled, that was
weren't thinking all the time of "They have a doctor," Quentin "She doesn't seem to have much. pitched low:
very
what the world would say. Vicky said 'dryly. shame about it," Vic observed mild- ,
knows something, of course," she "I know it. Cudworth. He's a ly. "Oh my God, to be as happy as "Oh, 1 care! Any woman cares. 0
isn't he ?" I'm hurt in my pride and my faith Author-This article is the child
added, "but she doesn't know every- goodman, Quent this again! she said in her soul.
and heart. It isn't
thing. She doesn't know that I "Fine. Old-fashioned. But he's "Now" Quentin said, after my-my a ques- of my brain. *

went twice to Los Angeles with all right," Quentin answered and thought, and with a change of tone- tion of whether or not one cares. Editor-Drop your child in that

you, lover; she hasn't seen any of lapsed into silence again. "now she's everywhere, Vic wait- It's only a question as to what one waste basket.
does about it. I choose to do it my
your letters." Presently he began: ing for me. As far as I'm con- "

There was a silence, 'during which "There's something I want to say cerned, it's all been over for a year; way. Down a Peg

Quentin looked at the darkening to you, Vic." it's stale, it's cold God knows I She got to her feet, ''stood lookingat The film critic was unimpressedby

beyond the Victoria looked at'him with bright wish I need never set eyes on her him irresolutely for a moment, the actor playing the he-man
strip of western sky up
hills; his brows knit, his jaw set, eyes. again! But now's the time she opened her lips as if she had some- role. In his review he wrote:

his hands jammed into his pockets. "It's probably something I've wants'to see me. She keeps askingme thing further to say. But she "His idea of how a he-man

"You're forgetting Spencer," never asked you to say" she said what has she done? Who has thought better of it, murmured in- should be played was to throw

Quentin observed dryly. Serena took evenly. been telling me things about her?" stead a "good-night," crossed the out his chest three inches and follow -
"No you've asked to room and was gone. Quentin did it "
instant hope from the words. never me slowly across the screen.
say it. And it won't do any particular not look up when she moved, nor
"Lover," she said, "he may not CHAPTER XIII her After she
answer good-night.
good for me to say it, the man ,
be a problem long. He's taking answered, his body bowed forwardnow was gone he sat beside the dying

that sleeping stuff all the time. I his big hands locked betweenhis Victoria raised her" round eyes. fire for a long, long while with his QUDCK! STOP
"Is that the line?
Cudworth the other day
told Dr. knees, his eyes on the fire. "But head in his hands and his shoulders
"
that it made me anxious, that some "I'm tejling you about it, Quen- bowed.In .

day he would sleep too deep and not tin muttered, surprised at himself. CHILLS AND

wake up. I did really-I went into "But you're not like most women, the next week for the first

his office and told him, because I 'you're different! I need you, even time in years Victoria and Quentin

thought, 'If anything happened, in this. I can't get out, unless you Hardisty, to the great satisfaction of FEVER !

some day Spencer may not wake upat help get me out. I let myself in those who loved them, were seen
for it, I've nobody to blame but
all. lunching together on the fashionable Take This Good Old

"You're making this so horribly myself, but I can't"get myself out.She's Monday at the St. 'Francis hotel. Medicine for Malaria

hard, Sina." He put away the in everywhere, he 'went' on, They were together later at the reception -

sistent arms. "I tell 'you it's all glancing up restlessly, glancing given to two distinguished When you've got chills and fever,

over. Good-night! he said almost back again. "If Johnny and I go visiting physicians. Vic wore a new you want real and ready relief. You
to lunch at the St. Francis hotel, don't want to the usual
She fol- go through
inaudibly, turning away. smart suit of blue banded with gray '
lowed him swiftly, caught at his she's there; she comes across the fur infinitely becoming to her warm old misery.
room. He knows about it, Vic; Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is
brown coloring, and a dark blue
arm.
every doctor in my office knows.They're what you want to take for,Malaria.
"Oh, no, no, no! You can't do hat. On the gray fur violets were This is no new-fangled or untried
all when she
that. You can't just say good-night! smug comesin. pinned. "Who gave me the violets preparation, but a medicine of
Miss Cleve in the outer office I
When can I see you, Quentin? I must ?" Vicky said to Dr. Austreicher proven merit. ,
is damn' discreet!. 'Doctor Mrs.
see you. We must settle this!" so "Quentin, of course, and he Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic con-

"It's settled," he said, briefly."Nothing's .I Morrison, and she says she's in brought me the suit and the hat tains tasteless quinidine and iron.It .
great pain!' That's for the benefit of quickly relieves the chills and
settled! she said from Paris. Don't you think that'shaving
K the people who are. waiting, peoplein fever and also tends to build you
breathlessly.. "Not one thing is set- a husband!
real pain. We used to think it up. That's the double effect you
tled! I can ruin your life, Quentin" ; was a great joke. It, doesn't seemso "Vic, you know you've grown awfully want.

I can tell Vicky everything. funny now! And the minute she pretty," John Keats told her. The very next time you have an

"If you want to talk about it, although in 'Quent what have I "What have you done to yourself? attack of chills and fever, get
comes ,
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic and
it seems to me we've said Had your face lifted?
done? Who's been talking aboutme
All
it
start taking at once. drug
everything there is to say, he com- ?' "No, I discovered shade hats and stores sell Grove's Tasteless Chill

promised unwillingly. Serena Quentin stared for some time into freckle cream last.summer' ," Vic Tonic, 50c and $1. The latter size

drew near to him again eagerly. 1 the fire in silence. After a time he answered, laughing. "It seems in- is the more economical.

"But remember I've got to take the said: credible to live to be thirty-six
'ly
Keats children home!" had the to
T1 "Would you go away? without having sense use
I I nw.n.a %. "If I were you?" them before! One dollar a jar for Worse Fortune

"Quent, Serena Morrison is ex- "I mean all of us. Simply move freckle cream, and before I'd used Fear of the future is worse than

tremely anxious to get hold of you," "Was That Serena?" ,out We could have a city house half of,it I began to see a great light one's present fortune.-Quintilian. !

. Vicky said calmly, a few days later. "
for the kids' schools and dawning!
I'd[ like to say this, just the same. now, a
He and she were alone beside the "Yes but you've done somethingelse
country place too. Or we could ,
I've[ been-I'm just beginning to
evening fire in their little upstairs, realize what a fool I've been! I've take up that Boston proposition.Why too. New clothes?" YOU CAN THROW CARDSIN
The doctor had been "This is the outfit Quentin broughtme
sitting
room. known I was a fool for a long..time- not get away from it all?
scientific article in a hat and all. I adore it."
reading some ,
since last summer, since Mart was "You mean run away? Victoria HIS FACE
medical magazine, had finished it, born. I had time to think about it amended the phrase slowly. "Maybe it's that you're rested,

and was lying back in his chair, in Germany.. My God, what I went "Well, I suppose that's what it Vic. You've been going like a steam
his locked behind his head ONCE TOO OFTEN
arms ,
roller all these
through there, missing you all- would amount to. years.
his stretched legs crossed, his eyes (TO BE CONTINUED)
Mad and
Kenty and Sue and little
"I
half closed. Victoria workingat don't think you can ever run,
was
the new baby! And I thought what a you have those awful
the flat-topped desk just behind"him. away from anything, Quent. I was WHEN when nerves

Bills, receipts, checkbook, papers fool I'd made" of myself, and how thinking," Victoria,I said, "of Marty; Balboa Was a Deckhandon are all on edge-don't; your take It out

.of all sorts were scattered be- I'd hurt you. if anything ever happened to Marty, His Trip to Darien on the man you love.
Victoria left the desk and took I 'How I bear Your husband can't possibly
was thinking: can
fore her she made notes with
; a Few persons think of Vasco Nunez know how :you feel for tho simplo
the chair his The the and the crib and his
opposite
own.
nursery
reason that ho Is a man.
very sharp pencil."I de Balboa as a common seaman,
spring night was cold, and she had brown dog on the chain, how can I A three-quarter wife may be
think I going to out but this is exactly what he was on
am come
husband
wife at all if she nags her -
put on for dinner an old brown velvet bear to go back to five children no
"
even! she had announced some the voyage which led to his discov- seven days out of every IrW
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gown with a deep, childish em- when ,I've had six? And I thought to month.
moments earlier. And then, con- ery of the Pacific ocean. To get'
broidered collar; her waved then," she went on, speaking stead- For three generations on woman
"This is isn't Darien the Isthmus of Panama,
tentedly pleasant it? on
has told another how to go "smil-
brushed
her round serious ily, but with brimming eyees-"I
mop,
but to neither remark had Quentin be left Santo Domingo as a deck- ing through" with Lydia E. Pinkbam's -
and the flat-heeled brown vel- thought then that we'd have to
eyes, go Compound. It
made any reply. He 'had shown no hand to do anything and everythingso Vegetable
vet slippers she crossed on a foot away, that we couldn't stand it! laboredso helps Nature tone up the system
interest even when the telephone as to get to Panama. He ,
stool all helped to give her" the But I don't thinkso now. You can't thus lessening the discomforts from
bell had trilled, except for a glance willingly and so well that he was the functional disorders which,
aspect of a child. run away from anything. You can't'run aboard endure in the'threo
toward Vicky and a faint shake of soon the most popular man women must
"You mean you wish you were away from sorrow, or from"she Darien he ordeals of life: 1. Turning from,
the head, and Vicky had duly an- the ship. Upon reaching womanhood. 2. Pre-
jerked her head in the direc- girlhood to
nounced to the unseen speaker that done with Serena? house"orfrom was chosen as leader of the settle- paring for motherhood. 3. Approaching
tion of the Morrison
the doctor had gone out for a mo- "I am done with her!" Quentin ment. While on a short expeditionof "middle age."
ment. muttered, not raising his head from anything you've done, she exploration he crossed the Don't be a thiee-quarter wife
PINKHAM'SVEGETABLE
said. LYDIA E.
take
But his abstracted mood his hands. "It was all over six isthmus and discovered the Pacific COMPOUND and
some- "But Vic I tell Ican't .
you honestly, lands that "
how only accentuated her happiness months ago. ocean, claiming all the Go "Smiling Through.
stand her! She's
making my
"Ha!" commented and touched upon it for the King of
tonight; these had been wonderful Vicky was life a burden," Quentin said sim-
days, the days since his return. He silent. Spain. This was in 1513.
ply, and if there was anything absurd -
and she had been closer together in "It's all a mess! SheHe in the situation neither husbandnor The narrowness of the isthmus be- WATCH

every way than they had been for a stopped, but his tone and the long wife was in the mood to see tween the Caribbean and the Pa-
' time. It had cific led to the laying out of a trail
long not been only pause were eloquent. ,
it. "Every time I come out to the
had been "Why don't Serena it. It also led to the foundingof
that Quentin gentler, or 'you see and elevator at the office, I'm afraid across the Specials
kinder have it ?" asked the settlement of Panama six
or more generous than be- over Vicky pres- she's there. I've had ten days of it

fore, but he had been curiously, ently, quite simply."I now, and I tell you it's getting on years later in 1519, the town origi- V"

dumbly devoted, wanting to be at have seen her," Quentin nerves!" nally being a fishing village, the

home, seeming to love every minute growled. my Victoria's eyes were on the fire. name "Panama" signifying "fish- You can de-

of his life there, quietly contriv- "Since you got home?" ermen." the special
"I've had three years of it, she pend on
ing to re-establish himself in the "There were letters waiting whenI The ruins of the old city are only merchants of
said quietly. There was a long si sales the
children's plans, to contribute to the got here ten days ago," Quentin lence. five miles distant from the new. The in

happiness of them all. said, the painful rush of his words trail of the early Sixteenth centuryis our town announce _.

"Life would simply be heaven if it showing, even under the circum- "Yes, I know you have, 1 know a fine roadway. Originally it was the columns of this

could go on this way!" Vicky, feel stances, his relief at finding an op- you have," Quentin said then, gruf- : called "Camino de Oro," meaning paper. They mean

ing herself pleasantly capable over portunity to talk. "All that 'week fly."You "the Road of Gold." The wealth of money saving to our

her book-keeping, had been think- she telephoned, and twice she came haven't any right to run Western Mexico and of Peru once readers. It always paysto

ing to herself when the telephonehad to the office, but I was only doing away! You belong here," Vicky con- poured over it. This all led Panama patronize the merchants -

rung a second time. And aft- appointment work last week and tinued after a pause. to become very wealthy. It way who advertise.

er having for a second time disposed didn't see her. Then on Saturday, "What are we to do? Just go on?" the starting place for the caravansof They are not afraidof

of its claim, she had observed when Vi and the kids were here- Quentin presently asked, looking up. mules drawing loads of yellow their merchandise

mildly: "Quent, Serena Morrison is remember-l went up to the barnto "What else? As far as she goes," metal to the Caribbean side, where or their prices\ << << << I

extremely anxious to get hold of see Moogy and the puppies, and Vicky said, with a movement of ships waited to convey it to Spain. I

you." she was waiting there-said she had her head in the direction of the Mor- Pirates frequently staged successful I

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It takes Everyone rakes the. embers under -
a. stroivj, his own cake.
ni I SNoopfE. nn deep nture" Credit human society with one
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To feel so nice and: I virtue: If you had a famous an-
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cestor, human society will remem-
std.rcu1 ber it.It's.

\ I'LL MAKE difficult for a man to col-
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\ WAGGIN Some ancestors live to enjoy the
pride of their posterity in them.
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titt.' 1-.1 1. What is the cost of the paper 4. The flower is an emblem of
used in printing United States cur- purity in literature and painting.
CAN'T SEEM TO
rency? 5. No artificial means is neces-
GET AMY NEARER 2. In baseball what do the following sary. Some undiscovered natural

TOT-- letters stand for: AB, R, process keeps the air fresh and

:: '. H, 0, A, E, and BB? pure. The temperature remains
,: ; 3. How much is a skein of woolen about 56 degrees Fahrenheit at all
f yarn? times.
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6. This is a reference to the
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great influence which Mme. de
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P Maintenon had on Louis XIV and
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6. What was the boudoir parlia-
7. In 1936 California ranked first
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money in sales taxes? total of over $70,000,000. Illinoiswas .1.
8. How much of the retail busi- second with receipts of over
i ness of the United States is doneon $61,000,000, and Michigan third
a cash basis? with over $45,000,000.
8. The domestic commerce divi-

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1. The distinctive paper used in
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making United States currency
FINNEy, I WISH YOU'D Ol'LL TALK costs the government 37 cents a counter or cash on delivery.

Ff8. GET AFTER THESE T'-THIM 'BOUT LOOK YEAH-HELL I pound. ,It is estimated 1,743,236
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pounds will be used in 1937.
A COUPLE OF- 2. At bat, runs, hits, outs, as- ., Learn. by ImitationIt
THEM ALMOST _. -, LOT HE'LL / sists, errors and base on balls. is by imitation, far more than I
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Y a huge crock of apple Periodic Pains'"':

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well rewarded for this delicious menstruation. Thousands of women -
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also the basis for any numberof discomfort, consult a physician.

Hay! FINNEy// / ( easily prepared desserts that Don't just go on suffering and put
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features. with his child and will attempt to

M .S. FOY VORHEES Reorganization of WPA "We believe that the dairy industry explain the subject as it was taughtto Know Your Language

Announced for FloridaA will put its own house in or- himself. ._

der with respect to the economics 'of "The result is inevitable. Either .
DIES If HOSPITALMoore I By C. L. Bushnell
the situation, and with that thoughtin the child is bewildered and unableto .

complete reorganization of the. mind, we are emphasizing that understand, or there is a clashof School of English, ,
Administration in International, Correspondence
Haven Democrat) Works Progress all health regulations must be observed wills between parent and child Schools
Florida has been announced by the
The entire community was saddened to the letter of the law." over which method to use. Either
state administrator Frank P. Ingramto
yesterday afternoon when it Mrs. Alderman expressed the be- way, outcome is detrimental."
become effective, September 15. THERE is no surer sign of careless
was learned that Mrs. Nellie Vor- The change was ordered from Wash- lief that if the importance of milkin The wise parent, according to Dr. II writing than the abuse of

hoes, 26, wife of Foy F. Vorhees of ington to reduce supervisory and ad- relation to public health had Fraser, gives a minimum of actual "and which." "And which" can be

this city had passed away follow- used correctly, but even so it usually
ministrative expenses. been emphasized more in past, there help, but backs up the classroom
ing an emergency manual delivery.Dr. makes an awkward sentence.
will be reduced about been for teacher and lends her nil the 1
Payrolls would have no need an eco- moral -
Morlan was assisted by Dr. 0'- When used as in the following sentence -
Bannon, of LaBelle. The operation $150,000 and a number of adminis- nomic law on the subject now.PLANTATION support possible. A visit to the' it is not only incorrect but

climaxed an illness of several weeks.It trative and supervisory employeeswill school will frequently result in par- ridiculous, for what the writer is
be released at once. 24,000 ents understanding saying is that it was the bone that
had having a much better
had been completed and she FOREMEN FOR, -
workers are on the payroll at this siunk off .with its tail between its
come from under the anesthetic to SUGAR COMPANY CHANGED of what is being attempted,
time and will remain through this legs.
few words to her husbandand and they can find out how
speak a month but Mr. Ingram stated that it they can "We stumbled over a dog ,

her mother when the end came. was doubtful that, that many would W. A. Cook, wio has been plan- be of greatest help both to the-teacher gnawing a bone, and which

Mrs. Vorhees, before her marri- continue longer. tation foreman for the townsite and the child. slunk off with its tail between ;
"
Vorhees in Ada, Okla- plantation, and George Yon, fore- its legs.
age to Foy In the new set-up, the district of- Take Children to the Doctor *

homa in September of 1929, was fice returns to West Palm Beach man of the South Bay plantation, Parents should have their children "Between" and "among" are

Miss Nellie Reynolds, the daughterof and Glades county with Hendry, Indian -I exchanged positions this week, Mr. examined by a physician often confused. The former should
either
Mrs. Mary Moore of this city. Martin Palm and Mrs. Yon moving to Clewistonand
River, Beach refer to two persons or things; the
Reynolds, died : I Mr. and Mrs. Cook to South Bay. before school starts or as soon
J.
Her father, J. ; Okeechobee and St. Lucie counties latter: to more than two.

when she ,was two years of age. comprising the district. An interesting feature of the moving thereafter as possible. Dfptheria inoculation "The candy was divided between

When her mother married the lateU. is that the company gave the which usually is not compulsory the. two children."

G. Moore she adopted the name negro laborers who wished to change is strongly advised for "The candy was divided among-
Fed. Surplus Products "
Moore and used it until her mar- camps with their "boss men"" to do children starting school. Eyesight, the five children.

riage. She was born in Lubbock, In State so, and a number of negro families hearing and teeth should be care
AretDistributed
Texas, August 23, 1911 but moved made the move in order that the '
fully checked by doctor and dentist. L. B. '.
with her mother and her stepfatherto men might continue to work under I MershonAGENT :
Frequently.: parents will note tell-
Moore Haven at the age of four. the plantation foreman with} whom
The Federal Surplus Commodities tale signs indicative of defective
She received her education in the i 1 they were content.
Moore Haven schools and was grad- Corporation purchases food stuffs hearing .and eyesight, and in such New York Life

uated in the Class of 1929, the which appear to be a surplus on the cases a doctor should be consultedat

spring before her marriage. She wan market anywhere in the country and I' Doctors Urge Quiet I once. If the child squints when Insurance Company

a member of the Baptist Church. allocates same to the different states I For School ChildrenPeriod reading, holds the book markedly ARCADIA, FLORIDA

She is survived by her husband, for distribution to relief clients who close to his eyes or complains of

a daughter, Frances, 5, her mother, I are certified by the Board of Social headaches, there is a strong possi-

Mrs. Mary Moore and one sister, Welfare as being in need. of Complete Quiet After Dinner bility of impaired vision. If the child
Miss Louise Reynolds Moore all of "
halfbrothers The actual distribution is made Beneficial for Entire Familj' seems inattentive xand indifferentand
Moore Haven, and three -

U. G. }Moore, Jr., Robert and by the Commodity Distribution Di- must have remarks repeated be-

Freddie. \ vision. Hendry county being a partof "One hour of complete quiet in fore replying, his hearing should be zuG w S,

The Everglades Funeral Home of the Unit Territory with head- the home after supper will accomp- tested. I

Pahokee came for the body late yesterday quarters in Fort Myers.: lish as much towards helping a. childto Above all; see to it that .schoolchildren

afternoon and took it there!. Also the clothing made by the master his schoolwork as almost get plenty of sleep. Not less "J/r&

to prepare it for burial. Funeral WPA Sewing Projects is distributedby anything the family can do," declared than ten or eleven hours for the
services will be held at the Baptist
Dr. Robert A. Fraser, Chief Medical -
this agency in the same manner. youngsters; not less than nine
Church 1:00 after which
at
p. m.
the body will be ,taken to Bradentonfor During the year 1936 this agency Director of the New York Life hours for'' the boys and girls in ,

distributed in Hendry county the I Insurance Company, in commentingon 'middle and later "teens". Remember a'.i an_
burial. Rev. L. 1\[. Lilly will conduct -. o V
the funeral services. .-' following items of food and cloth- ways in which parents can assist the old saying! that "every hourof

Words can hardly convey the deep ing: their children at the beginning of sleep 'before midnight is worth MLEl

of loss which is felt by her a new school year. '
sense 4,089 cans roast beef, 662 cans two after twelve.
many friends and the heartfelt sym- "It is unreasonable," said Dr. l ACKSNVILLEFLORIDA
hamburger, 489 cans soup, 1,008
pathy of everyone is extended to the dried Fraser, "to expect that a child can
pounds prunes, 712 pounds
sorrowing relatives.S. I concentrate on his lessons in the Hints to Housewives
GARNETT ANDREWS
dried peas, 326 pounds dried beans, Man.su

1480 midst of the ordinary distractions ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT this
at
pounds dry milk, 553 pounds
A. L. Asks Straight common to most, homes. Not only SCHOOL DAY BREAKFASTS modern! fireproof hotel! In the heart of down-
oat meal, 15,412 pounds flour, 171 town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and

gallons syrup. are school grades likely to suffer, shower,colt water ceiling fan, radio! stalled'
Rails at R. R. BridgeCaptain I but the child's nervous and physical September summer door... Every Bed with innerspring
once more, and special
Clothing of every discription for mattress and reading lamp. Running ice
condition can be affected. Whetherwe attention is directed again to the water on every floor.
men, women and children amountedto
realize it or not, the radio, school child. AIR CONDITIONED
K. F. Hertford, acting 4,392 garments. 6 mattresses and .COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP

district engineer ofthe Corps of En- 112 quilts and comforts were also laughter, conversation, singing, any The late rising hour so desirable DINING AND MEETING ROOMSRatuuSinslc

gineers, of the U. S. Engineer Office and all of these constitute 'disturb- with Private Bath
during vacation should
distributed.This now give 78 Rooms $2.00 '- 80 Rooms $2.50
at Jacksonville, has issued a notice ances that. are almost insurmountable way to an hour early enough to as- 40 Rooms S3.00 24 Rooms $3.50

of public hearing to be held at the agency ,distributed over the for the average child when he 10 ..'I' Room, with Private Bath $400
entire state during 1936 than I' sure an adequate, unhurried break- -Slight u e.wo.. doubU occupancy
county commissioners' room in the more I has schoolwork to do."

court house at Okeechobee, at 2;00 sixty-seven million pounds of food Fathers and mothers should cooperate fast. Oi>... B POUND Ho..I.
,IIOFtt
PATTEN
p. m. Tuesday, Sept. 21. valued at more than $4,900,000, also with the ,child, Dr. Fraser More than any meal in the day, cb.ea.o.a' 'T.... Y_.HOTEL S.....DESOTO.h.G. .

The hearing consists of the appli- two million items, of clothing valuedat breakfast ,needs to be unhurried and -
feels, and see to it that a quiet houris
cation of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- $1,500,000. smooth-running as well as appetizing -
strictly and regularly enforced.Let .
way Co., for authority to dispense The department purchased in the and nourishing. If. children get
it begin about a half an hour
with the services of
a draw-tender to bed in time the before
night
state of florida during 1936 for distribution ,
at} the draw span in its bridge across after the evening meal? after the
within the state and elsewhere they'll be ready to get up in time
the Kissimmee River 17 miles above dishes and other household tasl/,3 1
the for a comfortable breakfast; in fact
7ttianti
items
:
following
its mouth, near Fort Bassenger.All are out of the way, and then for
I 281,000 pounds fish valued at they'll be glad to, if breakfast is Fi.ORIDAI
interested
parties are invited the space of one hour the radio I
to be $13,850. made a pleasant meal. In this way '
present or to be represented !
should be quiet, there should be no s
af the above named time and place,I 862,250 pounds potatoes valued conversation between members of the whole 'family will avoid the hurry -I

particularly] navigation interests and Jit: $10,816. : and worry, that rush and tear i
the family, no singing or piano,play 1 ({!]
the officials of any county, ofty, 1,128,180 pounds syrup valued at which jars nerves and spoils digestion : I m
ing, no noise of any kind that the
town, or local associations whose interests 40215. J and dispositions for the rest of 'ro
family can avoid. Under such condi-
may be affected by dispens- 240,000 dozen valued at the day. Of course- parents have to ,,
eggs $6- tions the child will be able
ing with the services of the draw- to con- WI
240. cooperate. The meal needs to be
tender. They will be given an oppor- centrate on his schoolwork and get
76,428,670 ready, the right kind, good to lookat
pounds grapefruit valued -
tunity to express their views upon. the greatest benefit from the time Rcl
at $439,920. good to taste, easy on the appetite I
the matter and its effect upon navigation -i I spent on his books. g Ell
I The total poundage of items I and digestion, yet substantial W
and to suggest changes con: was "Strangely enough," Dr. Fraser
sidered desirable in the interestsof :' 78,940,110 at a value of $511,041.At enough to last the child until noon. !
added "in families
where the quiet m WriIlij1
navigation. :1'I' the present time distributionis II Breakfast does not need to be an
hour is put into effect, the adults
Oral statements will be heard, being made to 138 Hendry coun7 expensive meal, it can be one of -
I are usually the ones who derive the
but for accuracy of record all important families. the least expensive meals.
facts most actual satisfaction from it.
and, arguments should Breakfast should include milk
b II Mother: and father discover that ,
: submitted in writing, as the records -
Milk Board'Makes fruit, hot cereal, especially whole
of the hearing ,will be forwarded during that period they relax physically -

for consideration by the War De] ;; and mentally, and they enjoy grain, breadstuff and fat in some

partment. Written statements may I Statement of Policy the opportunity for undisturbed form, either. butter, bacon, creamor o.!

be handed in to Capt. Hertford at I reading and rest." egg yolk. These easily digested.
I II
I Stop
the hearing forms of fat have value for at the
or mailed to him before- special
A child should in i
Tallahassee, Fla.-The Florida study a room I .
hand. children who are too old to take
The Milk Board, after two months' oper- by himself, when possible, and Dr. fLotiVatcieut
company already has the mid-morning lunch as they digest
right to ntions under a new state law, this Fraser recommends giving the childn
straightrail this bridge and I more slowly than other kinds of food
desk of his own, where he can
dispense with the services of a draw- week made its first pronouncementt
and help to keep them comfortable AVENUE
I 312 S. E. SECOND
tender from April 1 to October 31 of I: <- policy through the office of Mr?. ,under-S'anding .
until lunch time. You need to avoid i
each year. The present plan is to t I:I J. D. Alderman, milk commissioner. } !
to other in mat-
extremes the
permanently straightrail this bridge ', The Board's first concern is for them. The desk need not be an expensive going All Outside Rooms'Vitlr

r nd dispense with the services of a the public health, Mrs. Alderman II I affair. Even ,a couple off ter of fats. Fried foods or other Private Bath
'I I foods heavy with fat are hard to digest -
drawtender, the draw to be
openedat said. 'Because the new law is primarily -f[ packing cases, with simple alterations -
any time upon a reasonable ad- I' and are not good choices for COOL, 'CLEAN, QUIET
a health law, she said the : and a little paint, can be made
vance notice to a designated the school child's breakfast.A .
of the Seaboard agent board is devoting its efforts to the !! *o serve. Equip the desk with good Overlooking Biscayne Bay
Air
Line
Railway
protection of the consumers of milk (I light and a suitable chair, and have menu for a good, sensible and
Company. I Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
I-y guaranteeing them an adequateupply I the child use it for rall his studying low-cost ecdnomy breakfast for a Section.RATES .
Business
school could include hot whole
day
,
"EACHERS!: RETURNING of milk, which is pure .and' and homework.

wholesome, and which has been produced "Most parents," says Dr. Fraser, grain cereal with brown sugar and -

(Continued From Page One) and distributed in conformity "make a mistake i in offering too top milk; soft cooked egg on but-

juaBelle; Miss Lavonia Congdon of 'ith! state l laws governing; health much help with the child's home-I tered toast,:squares: or toasted bacon $1.50 Single -f)

Alva; Miss Saundal Watson of woik. Don't to be teacher. The bun; milk and fruit.
." nd sanitation and with rules and try a

uincy; Miss Dorothy Craig of egulations laid down by the Milk I I chances are you will be doing more Remember, whatever we can do to $2.50 DoubleSpecial
Tarpon Springs, and Mrs. Genevieve
J j;oard. )harm than good. Methods of teach- make breakfast a cheerful meal, and
Goye of Moore Haven. Professor &
and Mrs. B. E. Herring, who have i i "The law is Intended to deal also I I ing have changed markedly in the one that will stimulate food appe Family, Weekly ,

,' .ith the economic last twenty both in element- tite and provides comfortable, leis- Monthly Rates
' 'een residing at the club house at side of the milk years

'he golf course during the summer, I I industry," Mrs. Alderman 'explained I I like-hood '. urely feeling during the meal will S.'' D. McCREARY, Proprietor.

are moving this week back to. their but greater stress is to be plac- pay dividends in health and happiness 5L
l0
residence in town.. .4-_. ed just now on the public health stand what system is being used of all the family., aolLlht1o



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