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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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VOLUME 11, NUMBER 30 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1937 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR ,



Supreme Court Rules Important Meeting Of Congressman Wilcox Is' 'i1


P.-T. A. Here Tonight


Murphy Tax Certificate I, T Guest Speaker At Inter-i]

Mrs. C. F. Parvin, of Sarasota,


Sale Act Constitutional I,I er's president Association of the state and MrsP.Parent-Teach-. H. Club Kiwanis Meeting: J".7 J


I Dyal of Manatee, chairman of the O .

u- state health committee of the Association -I C T "'

Chief Justice Ellis Casts Garden Club Works will be guests of honor at a Hendry County Has Palm Beach Club Has ".

meeting to be held thIs evening in "

Only Dissenting VoteIn On Park BeautificationThe the Clewiston school auditorium. 1st Slot Machine CaseCarl Charge of Interesting ..,1 1

4 to 1 Decision Other guests will, include Mrs. R. N. Program '.:

Miller, director of the 8th district,
Clewiston Garden Club, which E. Royer, proprietor of Roy-
undertook beautification work on and delegates from the LaBelle and er's Drug Store at LaBelle was arrested -

Witheonly one dissenting vote, the the recreation center, is continuingto Moore Haven associations.The by Sheriff H. L. Delaney Mon- Mark Wilcox, congressman from I

Florida Supreme Court Thursday develop this project and this week visitors, together with the day for illegal operation, the case the Fourth District, was guest speaker -

I placed the stamp of approval on the planted a number of shrubs near past president and executive boardof being the first in the state as far of the Clewiston Kiwanis Club at
.I delinquent tax redemption plan, the be learned since the an Inter-Club meeting held under
tennis courts and at the north- the local association, will be as could oper-
House Bill No. 396 of the 1937 legislature : the sponsorship of the West Palm
! I I west corner of the block. Bouganvillae guests at a dinner to be served by ation of slot machines became illegal -
1/;/ and commonly known as Beach Kiwanis Club at the Clewis
will for October 1st.
provide a background the Home Economics department of
" the Murphy Bill. This decision I ton Barracks Wednesday night. It
up- the tennis backstop and lower the Clewiston high school prior to Mr. Royer's machine was an old
holds the ruling of one circuit judgein : machine was Mr. Wilcox's first address in
shrubs have been set out at other the meeting. fashioned "Three Jacks" ,
full, another in part and sets locations.The which was dragged from a storage Clewiston and those who were priv-

aside the ruling of another to allow city has cleared and deepenedthe room Sunday after several years dis ileged to hear him were deeply im- \
the ClerKS of the Circuit Court of pressed with the ability of Florida's
drainage ditch along the street use. The machine is operated by
the state to proceed) with sales under north of the park, and ,additional CONSTRUCTION OF flipping a penny into a slot. If the I East Coast congressman.

the act. planting by the Garden Club at the I coin chances to land in any one of Mr. Wilcox's opening remarks

Several sales were held in this I corner will protect the grass:: and NEW HOTEL WILL three pockets after passing througha paid tribute to the congressmanwho

county until a restraining order was discourage the practice of motorists I long row of pins, the machine pays represents this district, J. Har-

issued which prevented clerks from driving up on the park at that side. off. din Peterson of Lakeland, Mr. Wil-

delivering any more tax certificates Spectators are requested to park on- START AT ONCE Mr. Royer's case was set for a cox and Mr. Peterson worked side

until a Supreme Court ruling was ly on the South side of the park, ,! hearing Saturday morning and he' by side in Congress as their districts

made. This was just before the August where the side of the street has [ I was released on his own recognizance. have many interests in common, and

; recess of the court and a ruling been built up to provide parking WILL BE LOCATED ON NEW' The proprietor stated that he the speaker told of the friendship

was anticipated by the first .of September space. This is Immediately behind SITE IN WEST END did not intend to make a test case which existed between them both as

but no action was taken at the backstops nearest the street. OF ,TOWN to determine if that particular typeof private citizens and as fellow con-

that time and little interest has Two chairs and a settee of rustic -I I machine is illegal. "I do not con- gressme t. (iTheir greatest fight of

been shown here in the act for sev- construction were donated by I Clewiston Hotels Company an- sider it that important," he said.L. the past session centered on tha

eral weeks. There is little doubt Mrs. C. L. Downs to the recreation nounce that construction will start O. Gravely, prosecuting attorney Florida sugar industry in which

that the court ruling will clear the center this week. Other benches and immediately on a new,' thoroughly filed the information against Mr. both are vitally interested. Mr. Wil

way for many sales from now .on. seats are needed, and the Garden modern, fireproof hotel.It Royer. The machine was confiscated cox's statement that the Florida sugar -

The act is intended to reduce the Club hopes to be able to provide is planned to locate the build by the sheriff and is being held industry is receiving "the short

cost of clearing up back taxes so others soon. ing on the State Highway on the in his office pending outcome of end of the deal" was borne out in
block between the Hopkins Build- his explanation of the sugar quota
that so much of the wild land of the suit."Sports.
ing and the Recreation Center facing I limitations and the present situa-
Florida which is on the delinquentlists Two Boys Injured I
tion. "So far," stated Mr. Wilcox, '
the Civic' Center Park.L. .
may beput back on the tax I Afield" to Print
Phillips Clarke, of West Palm "the Florida sugar growers and the 1 f
rolls. It provides for the public sale In Odd AccidentSam
of tax certificates more than two Beach, has been selected as the ar All-Florida Edition Soon Cuban growers,have not produced a f
bumper in the same year, but I
years old which are held by the chitect, and George Bergen, of Tam- crop i
when this does happen the full force I
; pa will be the construction engi-
state, the certificate going to the Lang and William Willis
of the tariff evil and quota limita- !
p 'highest bidder. If the purchaser is were injured Monday in. a fall froma I neer. Tampa, Oct. 1 (FNS) .-From t
r other than the owner of bicycle on the street the The company announces that the national tions will be felt.
... someone .near time. to time various, ,mag-
his
The then shifted
the property the owner is given a home of J. A. McGehee, but neither i I building will be rushed through' to azines have generously given Florida -' Congressman f
topic to the 150th anniversary of 1
two year period in which to redeem injuries proved severe. completion and will be made ready some fine publicity, as have the !
the signing of the Constitution of
for "the earliest
it or ten years if homestead property. Both boys were riding one bicy- occupancy at pos- newspapers. It is Suite an innova-
these 150
sible date.REQUESTS. the United States. During
cle, one operating the right pedal tion, however, for a large national years other nations and other formsof

The majority of the justices the other operating the left pedal, magazine to devote almost an en- government have risen and fall
FOR AUDITORIUM
agreed that the legislature had the when one foot slipped and caught tire Issue to our state.. But that is crumbled and
I democracies have
NEEDED IN ADVANCE OF DATE en; i
right to do what they wished with the front wheel. The bicycle what "Sports Afield", national out- governments have changed. In the P

state-owned property and this landon ed exactly like a bucking respond-I Organizations wishing to use the door magazine is doing. The publishers United States the democratic formof

which taxes are delinquent for raising up on the rear school auditorium should see Prin- of "Sports Afield" have announced government has withstood the

so long has title vested in the state. falling with both boys flat beneath cipal Herring in his office in the that the December' issue of test of time, due largely to the sep-
Justice Ellis cast the dissenting it. Dr. White out of town when this will be
Chief was "I school building well ahead of the publication a genuine aration of powers of government in-
vote. I II the'accident occurred, and the boys date which is desired in order that Florida, number. The cover is typically -

v-I Many property owners, while the were taken to Moore Haven to the I arrangements may be made for use Florida and one that sportsmen j executive

I sales were being held, bid in their I office of Dr. D. M. Draughn for ex' of the building at. that time. Com- and ,nearly everyone in Florida are.II of this separation has the government f

II: certificates on a $1.00 and cost, basis amination. The Willis boy was badly plying with this request will also sportsmen) will want to frame. of the United States proven j

. and it is certain that those 'who bruised, having been struck in prevent conflict of dates of two Eight pages of Florida pictures will' itself the superior of other forms of

L'!t were slow to take advantage of the the side by the handlebar, and the groups who may wish to use the be printed in rotogravure, with the government. If either of these three

5: law when first becoming operative Lang boy's left arm received what building on the same date. editorial content which will consistof equally important branches of gov-
. that appeared ,to be a slight fracture. various articles and stories and the
: will be quick to respond now Mr. Herring is in his office every ernment becomes subservient to
i,. the law has been upheld. No X-Ray was made, but the arm I afternoon: his mornings are occupied pictures of fishing, hunting and va- others, the traditional freedom of
r was placed in splints and the boys I cationing on Florida's coasts and in the American people will be a thingof
with classes, but he is avail-
.' ElEING returned to school the next day. the interior. in
OLD AGE APPLICATIONS able during school hours and after- ,!I the 'past. Recent tendencies
:: PUSHED: SHORT OFFICE HOURS II wards every afternoon. j I I I Various Florida interests had governmental affairs make it im-

l JLEWISTON GIRLS SING .AT I ____ I(planned to publish "Southern Out- portant that these things be given
c; In order to give all possible. time LAKE HARBOR. SUNDAY P.-T. A. TO USE BARRACKS"doors"I to do this kind of promotion. serious consideration, the speaker
' to speeding up investigation of applications I I job. For some reason or other the continued.The .
1 FOR ANNUAL DANCE THIS YEAR }
, for old age assistance pensions A group of Clewis ton girls, r-I I project either fell through or was ballot box, which has always

,i office hours of the District 8 ganized as the Junior Choir, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad has securedthe postponed, and "Sports Afield" was been considered the opportunity of

Welfare Board for WPA work, government the direction of Mrs. J. Grady Ni- use of the dining room at the induced to "pinch hit" by publishing the people for remedying govern-

t commodities, or CCC camp black assisted with services at the I; Barracks for the annual P.-T. A. such a Florida issue, with the is effective now only
mental wrongs
.y .} registrations are requested to make Lake Harbor church Sunday afterInoon. Benefit Dance, which will be held idea that if proper cooperation is in the smaller political subdivisionscity
application to the office in the Cot- The girls sang two special I this given Florida interests these
year on Friday night, October by' county and state, said Con-
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trell building (beside the bank) on numbers, Temper My Spirit, Lord, 29th. publishers ",will proceed to publish ''Wilcox. The federal gov-

t., Mondays between the hours of 9 and Knights of Old. They were accompanied -, Sale of tickets is already under-,I a 1938 edition of Southern Out- ernment gressman and its agencies employ approximately -

:: and. 10.This by Mrs. John H. Doty. i way, with Mrs. G. E. Smith in j 1 I doors. I one million people and
> announcement has been Members of the choir who made! II
| charge. Orchestra arrangements I From all appearances the Deceaiiber yet only 530 of them are elected by
: made by Miss Martha Nelson, district -
the trip Sunday Roberta Spic-
: were
have
not been announced.
1! "Sports Afield" will carry an- the people, was the startling state-
>: director, who states that. the er, Maxine Doty, Florence Graham, i
; .' t (Continued on Page 8)"GUM ment which was used by the speakerto
reduction in hours for those ser- Elizabeth Winn, Phyllis Logan, Lou- !
I PATSY
: MEREDITH C.EI EBnt\TF-I:: indicate how futile it is at present -
vices has been necessary in order t.oI. ise Roath, Beulah Guthrie, June FOURTH BIRTHDAY .' FARMERS" ARE ELIGIBLE to correct errors of the federal
:' give the worker additional time to Hooker Anne
: Pafford and Barbara
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I of the ballot
FOR LAND BANK.: LOANS.. NOW government by means
:. spend in investigating applications Broadfoot. Patricia Ann Meredith celebratedher created
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box. Federal bureaus, once
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for old assistance.
age fourth birthday with a arty> at Owners of pine land who wish are seldom discontinued, and Con-
:." The district welfare board ex-]: BEAN CITY BAD STRETCH OF, the home of her parents, Mr. and money to finance "gum farming"may gressman Wilcox pointed out that a
:: pects to complete all pending appli- ROAD TO BE RECONDITIONED
Mrs. Z. G. Meredith Thursday after- established in
make application to the Federal Storm Relief Agency
< cations for old age assistance within -
I noon. Land Bank, through Ralph D. Ey- Porto Rico following the 1928 hur-
the next few months.
r The State Road Department received Games were enjoyed on the lawn man, 111-114 Walcaid' Building, ricane, which was more devastitating

.,'. bids in Tallahassee for the and ice cream and cookies were Bradenton, according to a statement in Florida than on the island is still

FIltST SEMTNOLE: CATTLEROUNDUP reconstruction of the lirnerock base served to the little guests. Candy made by the Land Bank through in operation, whereas the same work
.' AT BRIGHTON
R. with 'surface treated pavement on favors were distributed before the Florida Forest and Park Service. A was concluded in Florida by other

; one mile of Road 25 at Bean City.. I children returned to their homes. "gum farmer" is defined as any pro- than federal agencies within a ;year.
The Seminole Indians will hold I
This particular strip of highwayhas The guest list included Carllne ducer of pine gum, whether he sells Congressman Wilcox' came to

: their first cattle round-up October given to such an extent that it and Bobbie Berner, Rachel and his gum as such or processes it him- Glewiston at the request of the
1- 13th, near Brighton, northwest (If't. is dangerous, considering the amount and
Charles Miner, Marjolaine McCracken self. West Palm Beach Kiwanis: Club
'I Lake Okeechobee, according to ; of traffic over it and the ex- H. T. Vaughn, Jr., Jean Yena- Interest rate on loans made thru as part of the program of Inter-
e" plans made and announced by P. J. isting canal beside it.
wine, Gene Marshall Emma Jane This meetingwas
relationships.
the association is 4 1-2% and may Club
$ Scott. Indian agent for Florida. Cattle
t Ezella, Kay and Paul Bowrlen, Shir- be obtained up to 35% of the ap- sponsored by R. D. Hill, Inter-
, .J raising is part of a federal A.Y..
rehabilitation
Siaa spent Wednesday evening ley Ann Owen, Skippy Cothern, Lin- praised normal value of turpentineland Club chairman of the West Palm

: '. program for the Sem- and Thursday inY st Palm I da Lee, Sherrie Dotterer, Doloros: offered for security, plus 20% Beach Kiwanis club, who had chargeof

I,::.' inoles. Beach this week visiting Mrs. Sias' Smith, Mary Ellen Smith, Clare of the appraised normal value of the meeting. It was Ladles Night

: A large Indian reservation has: who is recuperating following a ma- Jones, Carol Joy Alst6n, Gene and the permanent insurable improve- for the local Klwaniana and in ad-

I Y'. been located in Glades county and jor operation performed at Good SolonjMills, Mary Kay Pafford, Anne ments thereon. ,The period may be dition to), the wives, there were many
a portion of it is used
largely for Samaritan
I I Hospital last week. Mr. Elizabeth Prewitt, Joe Schroeder, from 5 to 15 years, depending on other townspeople as visitors. A delegation -
wild pasture land for cattle ownedby and Mrs. Sias observed their wed- Richard Knight and Eleanor Von tho Income producing capacity of from the Commercial Club
the Indians.
I I. fI ding anniversary Thursday. Mach. the timber con .n>.ed. ., (Continued on Page 8)r" .

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CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1937 "

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UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL .
MUSSOLINI VISITS HITLERWar
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SUNDAY LessonBy Strength of Nazis Displayed for II Duce cJJVVLJ/v1 thinks '


REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Dean Japan Sharply Warned Not to Bomb: Russian Embassy about: They Can't Follow Rules

of the Moody Bible Instituteof Rivals for Nudism. Most people who are in jail are

Chicago. there because of defective
Union. r MONICA CALIF.-I judgment -
Western Newspaper ,
SANTA their
-on part.
part in a parade cele- The resolution hardest to keep:

Lesson for October 10 brating old days in California To hold your tongue.

riding in an ancient open car- Life wa's so dull in the old-fash-

THE CHRISTIAN,IN riage with our postmaster here ioned family. that the young folks

GOD'S KEEPING were glad when their cousins
-he calls Jim Farley "Jim"-
came on a visit, because they

LESSON TEXT-Jude 1-4. 1725. and our congressman, who like could sleep with them on the floor.A .

GOLDEN TEXT-Keep yourselves In the practically all Democrats in cackling laugh is not so cack-
of our
love of God, looking for the mercy
Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life.-Jude good standing in the southern. ling if it is at your comic remarks.

i 21.PRIMARY TOPIC-Why David Sang. part of the state, craves to be Ought.two people with the same

; JUNIOR TOPIC-In God's Keeping. ; the literary and dramatic ambitions
next nominee for .
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- governor.If marry? Don't worry. Not one timein

:- Keeping YOUNG Oneself PEOPLE Christian.AND ADULT TOPIC- <; 3 ( it any more aspirants bob up, a thousand will they.

Safe in God's Keeping. there won't be anybody left to vote Or at Least
a PhilosopherIt
for them. This
f' certainly .. ..
i. To be born is only to begin life., ;::1 r"fd p has been a would require an angel to live

The years which stretch out before banner year for oranges under a system in which all things
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with their growth, their struggle, and candi- are held in common.

their joys, call for courageous liv- dates. f No man picks his company to

Vi Our outfit got a lot any great extent. Circumstances

; ing.So it is with the Christian. He is of cheers from the force it upon him.

a "born one," as we saw in our lesson crowds and a 'per- We sometimes wonder if a pugilistic -

of last Sunday. But when he is fect ovation when champion could stand three ',

c born again he is just ready to begin .. .. .. ., passing a given days of haying. -.r
the Christian life. point where the .
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Elks also were giving rV:
The Epistle of Jude sheds much II Duce and Der Reichsfuehrer Review Nazi Troops in Munich.SUMMARIZES ev. i<
light on the dangers which beset the away beer. All Give some thoughtto

Christian's pathway and exhortsr three of us felt pret- Irvin s. Cobb

him to holy living and sacrificial We )OlduuuJ ty proud of our the Laxative you take

service. It opens with a descriptionof 3wwd selves until we realized that probably Constipation is not to be trifled

the Christian and closes with an the applause wasn't meant for with. When you need a laxative,
THE WORLD'S
:. ascription of praise to God. It reveals WEEK us. There must have been thou- you need a good one.
D Western Union.
Newspaper
r the Christian as one who is sands in that crowd who'd never be- Black-Draught Is purely vegetable -

;" I. Called in Christ (vv. 1, 2). War Dance for Duce Japanese aggression lasts in fore vehicle.If seen. a horse-drawn pleasure reliable. It does not upset the

The entire Trinity is seen to be China." stomach but acts on the lower bowel,

:. active in our redemption (See Revised BENITO MUSSOLINI, visiting The League of Nations advisory Lady Godiva, dressed only in' relieving constipation.When .

Version). Jude writes "to them Hitler for the purpose of committee adopted a resolution con her long hair, rode on a white horse you need a laxative take

, that are" composing and presenting to the demning the Japanese aircraft for through any modern city street, purely vegetable '

: 1. "Called"-r.rhe: Holy Spirit calls world a statement of the intentionsand bombarding open towns, though the there'd probably be ten who'd hur-
of the
demands rah for the horse against one who BLACK-DRAUGHT
men unto salvation. British tried hard to avoid mention

; 2. "Beloved in God the Father"for Italian arid Germans ing Japan by name. looked a second time at the lady. A GOOD LAXATIVE

> <, governments, was Leland Harrison, the American observer Sight of a white horse would be a
! God is love. % > .
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received by
and all whereas in
: 3. "Kept for Jesus Christ"-until without vote, sat silent treat to one ,
::C he appears. Nazis with great en throughout the acrimonious debatein these days of nudism and public undressing Knowledge and Experience

3 4 17.'t" thusiasm. II Duce, the committee. on the beaches-but that Knowledge like religion must
II. Living for Christ ( !v. 'Wp ,
!( 23). "'-' 'ky % on the way to Berlin -* will be about all for that. be experienced in order to beknown.
hill in I
L":; As Jude began to write of the
": "salvation" which he had in "common" -' International Messes.
, Hitler and witnessed A DMIRAL HARRY YARNELL
: with his'readers the Holy
,
4,J; a big war dance was decidedly opposed to the WITH the great powers totteringon
'f.: Spirit moved him to deal with a brink of hostilities to
k :. staged by the policy of Washington to withdraw a
;;.". very urgent and vital problem-the ; reichsfuehrer that American warships from Chinese I more tottery extent than usual; with

. hostility of wicked men toward the Adolf Hitler displayed the regained waters in the face of danger. His the,Spaniards still willing to fight to -
-- ,
.. gospel ,of Christ, and their efforts to Italian from Brother Musso- e / OUft-
the last
have
; military protests been considered by F., "Cap njsVApplicalor ,;
:, -' destroy "the faith. The ChrlSI" might of Germany most impressive the general board of the Navy department lini's loan collection; with China JUST A me4es"BIACKlFAF40"GO MUCH FARTHER Kfill$

tian life includes ly. Hitler's,best officers and troops, and his program ap battered to a bloody hashmeatin DASH IN FEATHERS..v /
1. Contending for the faith (vv. 3,
armed with the latest weapons of proved. Consequently our naval what would closely resemble a
'
:' 4). "The Faith" is the body of revealed death, put on a sham battle participated vessels will remain there to protectour war if only Japan had so declaredit .

ir : '- truth, the gospel, the good in by all land and air forces.In nationals "as long as the present which ,must indeed be gratifyingto

-_' news of redemption in Jesus Christ. the nearby Baltic the German, controversy between China and the ghosts of the thousands already -

f; The world hates the gospel, and warships showed how they chase Japan exists." slain and 'the homeless refugees YOU CAN THROW CARDSIN

[ : attacks upon it are to be expected, from ruined citiesthisseems
;: "Red" submarines; and at Wustrow -
R but the most insidious assault is the anti-aircraft batteries'; gave a a mighty good time for us to HIS FACE
More Woe in Palestine
1 ,: that of those within the church (v. demonstration of their effectiveness.The keep our shirt on.

\{ 4) who profess to believe in Christ. huge munitions plants in the GREAT BRITAIN'S contested Kindly recall that other historic ONCE TOO OFTEN
them and their destructive
i Against and the to divide Palestine be-
Ruhr. district were visited, occasion when Uncle Sam felt called
work Christians must "contend ear tween the Jews and the Arabs witha
,
throngs of workers, given a holiday upon to hop into a mess cooked up
':-, nestly," at the same time praying dicta slice for herself, came to the front you have those awful
: with pay, cheered the two by foreign nations and, as a result, WHEN when
:: that they may be delivered from tors heartily. Every city and village again when Lewis Andrews, British not only lost his shirt, but has never all on edge-don't; your take nervesare it out

?\' their sin and its terrible judgment was decorated. In Berlin there commissioner of Galilee, was assassinated since been able to collect the laundry on the man you love.

(vv. 15-16). were tremendous demonstrationsand by. a group of terrorists in bills for washing the said shirt. Your husband can't possibly
2. the times in which know how you feel for the simple
Observing Nazareth.
festivities in honor of This if the drift is subtle i
elaborate you get a reason that he is a man.
.d live ( 17-19)). Some folk
they vv. the visitor from Rome. reference to_ those defaulted Euro- A three-quarter wife may be

seem to think that being a Christian' As for the statement by the rulersof ''Ma oney Butts In pean debts. no wife at all if she nags her hus-
,
:' means entering into a place of se band seven days out of every
best
,;..;:':, curity and rest and promptly going Italy and Germany declare, the that .PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, on the month.
it would
that For three generations one woman
: guess was way to Seattle, first entered theHenemy's" Classifying Bores.
; sound asleep. Far from it. The hereafter Fascism and Naziism' has told another how to go "smil
.r t Christian, knowing God's Word, is country when he crossedthe been classifying bores. Class ing through" with Lydia E. Pink-
must be shown proper respect by border of Wyoming the state oft I'VE ham's Vegetable Compound. It
/ keenly alert to the dangers of this bores are those still using the .
: that "defamation" of the
all the
powers, helps Nature tone up system
Senator 0'- '
',. ". ungodly world. regimes must stop and that their p' Joseph lapel clutch or buttonhole grapple, thus lessening the discomforts from

3. Keeping their own souls (vv. aims and intentions must be understood ; ..' ,' Mahoney, leader off x whereas a class A bore is one whose the functional disorders which
The best defense is ,:' 't the anti Supreme women must endure in the three
t : 20,21) a vigorous and ; boast is ,that he never lays a finger
the world that their "
by ordeals of life: 1. Turning from
l -/
court
enlargement
offense. The way to contend to must be ; on you-just holds the victim by girlhood to womanhood. 2. Pro-
parity
right political t
:--
,. : forces. Mr. Roose
:.t:: against error is to build up one's psychic power. paring for motherhood. 3. Approaching -
recognized.To :
faith by the study of God's t.,. ','Y' velt's train reached "middle age."
,*:i own the German press Mussolini :""." Lately I've met what I should calla wife,
,, Don't be a three-quarter
in the
' :r, Word, by communion with his children said: "My visit to Germany is r Cheyenne early super ,A type, the same being a take LYDIA. E. PINKIIAM'S
: but above all "in t::", ,:.,;:: ; morning, andV'V"
;,. by prayer wholly a matter of the heart, a visible : gentleman who, in addition to hav- VEGETABLE COMPOUND and-
the Ghost." And above all : <';.. there among the Go "Smiling Through."
;;''. Holy sign of the cordial friendship '.:: ,:. -': ,,1 vlelcdmers ing perfect technique otherwise, had
t':' there will be an abiding in the love between two great, cultured peoples \ : f.. .z was Joseph been imbibing garlic to excess-and
of God and looking for the fulfillment ,,'.A> though he had
a didn't care who knew it. When finally LARGE SIZE
[ that trust each other implicitly."The SMALL SIZE
of the of Christ at :' wi,:; pointedly not beenSenator El '
fl. mercy two peoples will clasp hands, ,. .- rescued, they had to use a' 60c S1.20
invited to board the
his. coming again.
:f i pulmotor on me.
will put their packs and rifles on
train. He walked
the souls of others
4. Saving (vv. I
their shoulders and will march side Mahoney Meeting this champion remindedme
alon side the President's -
: is should
22,23)) Soul-winning (or
IF of what I heard the late Wilson '
by side in the future, for this future and Mrs. Roosevelt ,
car
be) the normal expression of theChristian's
belongs to us." Minzer say to a gentleman who insisted :\ OnA"'o
.
shook his hand and asked
life. It is his crowning emerged, '
t:: *_ on boring Wilson while suffused Brings Blessed Relief
. joy. It most effectively counteracts after Mrs. O'Mahoney.The .
J with the and of
afterglow brought on from aches pains'
,( error and worldliness. It builds Russia Warns Japan senator then entered the private and
bourbon
; car and he and Mr. Roosevelt by combining whisky MEUMATISMNEURITIS
the church. Why not do it?
up
; Bermuda onions in his diet. His
officially notified Berlin "
Note that there are two types of TOKYO shook hands and said "Hello, but and LUMBAGO
Chinese were plottingto the atmosphere was decidedly chill hiccoughs were not only frequent Iff a bottle Why Surt.r?
, sinners to be rescued. Some .
are had echoes them. JI cfH-1 ie} t$1JI
attack the Russian embassy in but to f4: rfl.Ii.ltlceJ:" 'J.iJ'
,{, "in doubt" (R. V.), needing tender ing; he took leave of the party at when
Wilson
Finally, was practically
i.:' and careful instruction. Others are Nanking with planes disguised as Casper, Wyo., after accompanyingthe
aircraft for the of ready for artificial respirationto
Japanese purpose President and his on a
in danger and must be group Ask For
t-: grave rescued be applied he said
involving the Soviet government in :
drive about that
';-' drastic and city.
by reproof decisive
:' the Sino-Japanese conflict. With the "Dear sir, your breath would start
The Chief Executive spent two
action. STEELOVERALLS
is busi-
Soul-whining
urgent
I': windmills in old BLUE
ness. equivalent of "Oh, yeah? Russia days in Yellowstone National park, I the "turning an

retorted with a stern warning thatit and then went to Boise Idaho Dutch painting.
: HI. Kept by Christ (vv. 24, 25). on ; aTypical
The doxology at the close of Jude would hold Japan responsible for to the Bonneville dam near Portland
t' bombing of the embassy intentional Texans.I and Strong"rHAYFEVER
any ,
has been a haven of comfort and and thence to Seattle. "Big
or accidental. The Soviet officials USED to think a typical Texan
_

r: assurance for God's children -* .., _.... ...--,,"..:Y
said they'considered the reported was one who said he was going :=
:, throughout the centuries. Hither plot a "pure prevarication Noted Merchant Dies to send you a ten-gallon hat and

have come the strong in faith to rejoice i I then didn't do it. But he is sub
":: and praise God. Here has showing the intention of some Japanese EDWARD A. FILENE, best known a
I species.
military powers to bombardthe merchants, died
been found the strengthening of Soviet embassy intentionally and of pneumonia in the American hospital -I A really orthodox Texan tells you

faith by the fearful and trembling then try to escape responsibility." in Paris. He was seventysevenyears he's giving you a pair of genuine We will send any sufferer of HAY-
soul who had not learned that ASTHMA or SUMMER:
yet POLLEN
Texas steer horns. They'll bealongas FEVER
With callous brutality Japan con old. Besides being a businessman COLD a tl.DO bottle of 1'bage on free trial.
he may fully trust God. These soon as he can have them relief send us $1.10 otherwise
PcI If it brines
tinued the air raids on Nanking, Mr. Filene was a, noted social Address '
verses present two truths. Iii report cancels charge. .i
shipped. But he never ships 'emthat's your '
Canton and other large Chinese economist. He was sometimes PHAGE LABORATORIES INC. _
1. Assurance. Our Saviour is ableto 'City
what makes him typical. D-tS,S3S Fifth Ave. New
cities, the bombs slaughtering thou- called the apostle of mass produc- Dopt.
keep us from falling, yes, even sands of helpless civilians. The utter tion and distribution. So many typical Texans have volunteered ...
from "stumbling" (R. V.), and to to send of
me sets long
contempt for protests of western Only ten days after he took I
present us "faultless" "without nations shown seemed horns that, if all these parties were checksMALARIA
by Japan charge of the American legation in
,blemish" .(R. V.), with exceedingjoy warranted by the failure to insist on Vienna, Grenville T. Emmet diedof laid end to end, you'd have one of !
before the glorious presenceof the finest consecutive strings of born
for the
respect nine-power treaty double pneumonia. He was sixty days
God. wouldn't in three
But
liars ever seen. they
guaranteeing the territorial integ- old and was a former law
years
2. Worship. 'Such a God and Sav stay that way; they'd rise right up COLDS
rity of China. For this failure Gen partner of President Roosevelt. He uuu
iour is indeed worthy of the out- and start looking for Easterners to
eralissimo Chiang Kai-shek blames was minister to the Netherlands in first day
going of Christian heart in promise long horns to.IRVIN. LIQUID TABLETS
every especially the United States. "This 1933 and was given the Austrian SALVE. HOSE DROPS Headache, 30 minutes.
adoration and S. COBB
worship. war," said he, "will last as long as post last July. WNU Service. "Rnb-My-Hsm"-World's Best 1JD1meDtTHE










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i r- BEAUTY ON 'OCEAN'S BEDA I THE CHEERFUL CHERUB

Removal ofBladder FARM .

I love the nice

Gall TOPICSGOOD round world so much
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It dives me trees
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By -and mountains high.
DR. JAMES W. BARTON MANAGEMENTTO
And
e Bell SndlcateWNU Service. INCREASE EGGS never stopping

day or night c ,

4 PROMINENT lawyer was Early Preparation Must Be It fokes me. L\) ;

hill .
going down physically.He .
ridIng through oh
Made for Pullets.By .
of
was seventy years age the
sky.jtp .
but had always been able to
Roy S. Dearstyne, Head Poultry Depart- 'c'1
look after his legal work despite ment, North Carolina State College.

attacks of indigestion and an WNU Service. oJ
The poultryman who has a well r.A
irritation which caused painfuland managed flock is the poultrymanwho ;,
of the will receive the '
frequent emptying biggest returns WNU Service. '

urine. from the fall increase in egg pro- ".'.{'.
duction.
The indigestion gave him loss of ,.- '
appetite. sour taste in the mouth. Pullets should be ready for the

a bloated feeling, laying house in early fall. The house 7'avo'c.it )QQC2Qat j

gas on the stomach should be thoroughly cleaned and ;

and in the intestine disinfected before the birds are

fullness after eating placed inside. Broken window panes tke Wh----

<;. and either constipation should be replaced, and if drop cur- '>

or diarrhoea tains are used on open-front houses, '
He didn't want togo these should be checked for needed lIixedfustard Pickles

I S to a doctor as he repairs. ,)

was afraid that an Coral Garden in the South Pacific. Cull all pullets carefully. Marketall Use ':.
two each of beans {
quarts ,
sub-normal birds
especiallythose
'

:q w -t operation might woo be necessary p erations perhaps. Sea Gardens of the Tropics Are shank with and face excessive parts. bleaching These birds of silver cauliflower- skinned, tiny onions.cucumbers Cut and the ) -._ i,'


a and at seventy years Replete With Lovely GrowthsPrepared are usually carriers of coccidiosis.Do I into beans flowerets.and break The the cucumbers cauliflower ''5.,

Dr. Barton of age he was "tak- not change pullets from grow- '
ing no chances." by National Geographic Society. ing mash to laying mash.,until they may be sliced lengthwise if de:1::1
with two other concentric whitish sired. Shred
five
The symptoms howeverterrific at- Washington. D. C.,-WNU Service.A have reached 25 per cent produc- large peppers .
tacks of indigestion and the frequent ONE sails over the coral layers, .the This hard is inner the core is that uncovered tion. Then change the mash grad- and put all on to boil in a gallon of ;;

desire to pass urinemadehim part ually over a period of two weeks. vinegar. When boiling take up the
reefs in the Tropics in a becomes the precious coral of
decide that life wasn't worth com- Don't buy cheap mash-it is the vegetables and return the vinegarto '1
It varies in color from
,the living with this pain and distress glass-bottomed boat,and merce.brilliant scarlet in a most expensive in terms of results the kettle. Mix one ounce ...'
some specimens
so he consulted; his physician. gazes down at the sea to a delicate rosy pink, or even, produced for money spent. Keep a tumeric, one-half pound mustard,

Some months later friends meet- gardens, the coral castles of the white, in others. It is capable of good grade of mash before layersat three cups brown sugar, two cups "i

ing him on the street stopped him reef-builders are seen to be taking a high polish and, as every- all times. See that they have flour, one-half cup salt and enough ,:;:

and congratulated him on his splen- adorned and surrounded by one knows, may be carved into plenty of fresh water. cold vinegar to form a paste. Add ,: ,
did good color brisk Practice rigid sanitation to
appearance beads or other ornaments.The keep
this paste to the hot vinegar and
thickets of waving sea growthsthat "i
walk calm serene face. relative value of the differ- the death rate down. Keep accurate
stir until well blended. Then add
Don't Put Off Operation.To to the uninitiated appear to ent shades depends upon the fashionof records on the flock. Without rec-

the inquiry as to the cause of be a plant vegetation of varied the time. A number of years ords the poultry business is a'hit- the vegetables and heat until ';
;
scalding hot again. Seal at
once.
the change in his appearance, he hue and graceful form. Theseare ago the deep scarlet was in favor, or-miss affair-mostly miss. :

quite casually remarked, "Oh they the gorgonians and, far to be supplanted later by .the rose- Good breeding males are essen- -;
found some gall stones and removedmy colored coral in popular esteem. tial but scarce. If these have not
gall] bladder. and then a little from being plants, are in reality While reef-forming corals and been secured, get them at once. :"

later I had them remove the glandat animal structures. Like the cor- gorgonians are confined to tropical Early fall is a good time to plant

the neck of the bladder so with als, they are colonies of polyps, waters and to comparatively shal- grazing crops. A mixture of Italian i'MEEVN

these two annoyances removed I'm but instead of building lime- : low seas, not exceeding 20 to 25 rye grass and crimson clover will

feeling young again." fathoms in depth, other species, provide excellent winter and spring
stone habitations have
The point here is that while .operation they specialized which are solitary in habit, or that grazing
can never be treated lightly in horn, or chitin, as a form small colonies, grow in deep FINE THIS JI

and operation on one past seventy building material. I seas, and in a few instances in Soy'Meal Chick Feed Is *

would seem somewhat of a serious Descending to the ocean bottomto more northern shallow waters.
risk nevertheless when gall stonesare The beautiful astrangia is found Recommended in RationsSince
examine the gorgonians see !
r': you along the New MORNIN6FREE I
I present it is not the age of the that the fernlike plumes, the flat, England coast, en- ,soybean oil meal has be-
crusting rocks where the tide flows
" .. that matters from the stand-
patient lacy fronds of the sea fans, and the come such an important factor in
freely, in patches about the size ofone's '
point of a good recovery after operation club-shaped branches of the sea poultry rations, due to its economyas FROM ;
but the length of time the bushes are alive with close-set remind hand. Its delicate rosy tints protein carrier, it is worth notingthe 11

patient has allowed the symptomsto ranks of tiny expanded polyps tint- tus. Again one,of those the terrestrial first cousins arbu-of results of experiments at the THAT THROBBING- ::f

be present before undergoing the ed green, yellow, pink, or white. the corals, the adorn University of Wisconsin, says the
sea anemones,
operation.So Myriads of starlike forms extend Country Home Magazine. An all-
tide pools and wharf piles with their J JJ
if your doctor advises removalof radiating arms around open mouths colorful mash ration containing 12 parts soy- HEADACHE ,
beauty the entire
along
the gall bladder don't put it off hungrily sweeping in their invisible Atlantic and Pacific bean meal, two parts meat scrap, ,
coasts while in
too long. If it should come out, the prey. The delicate, transparent the and two parts dried milk plus min- '!,
tropics their brilliant hues add
sooner, the better. columns, which are their bodies, to erals (in 100 parts) was better than AND READY FOR '1','
the
glories of the coral reefs
rise from pitlike ,openings perforating themselves. one containing 16 parts soybean )
DAY'
Dieting Daughters.One the branches of' their common meal plus minerals, as measuredin AGOOD

of the unfortunate things dwelling places. TheM is no obvious with These other lowly creatures, together weight of chicks at 8 and 20 WORK.AH

about prescribing reducing diets, sign of activity.Yet lime-forming organisms weeks, and in feed consumed for \ :;1
associated with them
have filled )
particularly for women is ,that so beneath the outer crust their a gains made.
most important in determining
place .
many young women of normal bodies unite in a network which per- the Another ration consisting of 12
and
weight 'or even below normal meates the entire structure, and the features geographical of the globe. Their geological mas- parts soy meal, two parts meat scrap .,
weight believe that they will havea microscopic cells of their tissues are sive and two parts dried milk plus min-
reefs penetrate the surface of Ltg\J
better appearance will look ceaselessly engaged in laying down the tropic seas and must be recorded erals (in 100 parts) was not so effective \ :;
"slim" if they follow the general and cementing the central core of carefully as one containing eight parts :
on hydrographiccharts
rule of reducing weight which, after flexible and tough horn which sup- for the safety of navigators.Vast meat scraps and eight parts dried ( --
all is "just to eat less food ports the entire community. milk, when measured at eight
Effects of
Intelligent women. college Beautiful Patterns and Colors. Tiny Creatures. weeks, but was about as good at 20
young
and business girls who would not Surrounding this inner skeleton, Their islands dot the southern weeks. The 12-2-2 ration (above) people who suffer occasionally

think of using a drug such as thy- the polyps have set in a mosaic of oceans, many of them the abode. of was about equal to one with eight from headaches ought to know

roid extract to reduce weight will interlocking needles of lime of most men. Their huge submarine ,deposits parts soy meal, four. parts meat this way to quick relief.

deliberately "starve" themselves to delicate workmanship and minute elevated by geologic changes of scraps and four parts dried milk At the first sign of such pain,

get the slim boyish figure. size, the whole forming an invest- past ages, have been important fac- plus minerals and one with eight take two Bayer Aspirin tablets
ment of rich color. tors in determining the outline and parts meat scraps and eight parts with a half glass of -water. Some
"Of all the conditions found on Yonder rises the reddish-purple, surface features of continents, and milk at 20 weeks of age. With lay- times if the pain is more severe, a
examination of large of have entered into second dose later, according
groups the structure of is necessary
double-edged gorgonian, its twoor ing pullets at 11 months various
women, underweight about mountain to directions.If .
is
young ranges. They have fur-
three-sided branches bordered with combinations of meal with meat
soy
the most universal and likewise the nished headaches keep coming back
building stones for houses
long lines of white polyps standingin and dried milk plus minerals.
scraps
,, ""iJ / most likely to prove dangerous." I and marble for statuary. we advise you to see your own
j/ quoting Jane Foster R. N. single file like soldiers. If you gave good egg production and were physician. He will look for the
in
am remove a small colony of this spe- Their disintegrated substance has better than when the sole source of cause in order to correct it.

director Hygeia. of Miss health.Foster Sarah is Lawrence assistant cies from its anchorage among the fertilized fields and grown crops, finally protein was soybean meal. The price now is only 15 coral heads and carry it with you up washing down to the seas to twelve tablets or two full dozen

college. the ladder to the boat, you can placea be worked over again by the.. for 25 cents-virtually, only a
"There is then the problem of the portion of one branch in a dish of obiquitous polyps for future ages. I Consult Your Vet cent apiece.virtually.

girl of eighteen or nineteen con- sea water under a microscope. Ina Many diverse species of coral Although the vaccination of cattle

sciously controlling her own weightat short time the polyps expand and composing a reef form structures, against Bang's disease (contagious

a standard below that for good through the magnifying power of ever growing higher and higher, abortion) looks promising, it is still

health. Now the greatest cause for your lenses you can see what they crowding and becoming entangledwith experimental and should not be

death in this age group is tuberculosis are really like. each other in thickets of gro- done except by a skilled veterinarian FOR 12TABLETS

the predisposing factor of At the tip of the branch several tesque and weird beauty. The' soft warns Dr. J. R. M9hler, chiefof

which is malnutritionunderweight."The polyps are fully open. Each translucent colors of their outer surface run the bureau of animal industry in

greatest cause of illness in silvery creature erects itself through varied hues of rose, pink, Washington. The vaccine being used JL cent a tablet
college health records' is found to full length and spreads a circlet of orange, tan, yellow green, blue and contains living Bang's disease

be infections of the nose, throat and eight tentacles, edged with tiny purple-all the colors of the spec- germs, and should not be used on
: chest and these too, go with pro- toothlike projections. This numberof trum. These colors are partly due mature or pregnant cattle as it may

nounced underweight. Other companions tentacles with their ornamentation to pigments in the living tissues, infect them. As applied to calves Seeking and Blundering

of underweight may be irritable is characteristic of gorgonian which invest the surface of the coral to prevent, not to cure, the diseaseit Seeking and blundering are so
dispositions and a loss of polyps, as distinguished from their limestone skeleton, and partly to I seems to give encouraging re- far good, that it is by seeking and

the natural mental ability or alert- cousins, the corals. The central, another interesting phenomenon.Gets sults, but the' results of tests in 250 blundering that we learn.-Goethe.IT'S"'Filterfine .

ness. Those who work with this circular mouth leads down to the Strong Colors From Algae. herds in a number of states are
age group are frequently impressedwith hollow interior of the creature. needed before the vaccine can be
the large number who complain Microscopic marine plants, or algae officially endorsed. WORLDS
Precious Coral Is Inner Core.
of fatigue and general dissatisfaction live in the inner tissues of the SELLER
with life." The gorgonians of the West In- translucent polyp wall. Each indi- MOROLINE AT5*

r :: Of course the cause ot this fa.Ij' dian waters are closely related to vidual is a disk-shaped single cell, Turnips for Horses SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
: tigue, irritability, dissatisfaction the famous precious coral, which occurs amber yellow in color. They mul- Turnips may be fed to horses

with life is that these young worn in the Mediterranean and the tiply by millions, often completely either boiled or raw, though this
en, who should be eating more food Sea of Japan, but is entirely lack filling the cells of the endodermal feed is not a common one for this WNU-7 40-37

at this age than at any other age in ing In American coral reefs. This layer.If class of stock, advises a writer in |
their lifetime are actually eating species so important in the jewelry the coral colony happens to be the Montreal Herald. Roots should Worms expelled promptly from tho human

less than the body needs just to trade, grows in small branching located in strong sunlight, the algae not be depended on for the energy Shot.system" with One single Dr. Peery's dose does Vermif the ago trick."Dead. 60c.
keep it working aside from the clusters on the sea bottom. In life multiply with great rapidity, giving needed by working horses. Rootsare All Drwrgists.

extra food needed for grpwth in the coral structure is ctvered witha the polyp's tissues a deep golden about 90 per cent water, so DrPeer 's
height and width. And the foods brittle outer crust of soft reddish hue. This fact accounts for the rich 'hat it would take 100 pounds of

that should be eaten for growth and color from which the delicate white tans and saffrons of the great elk- them to equal 10 pounds of hay in |

strength-meat, eggs and milkarenot polyps protrude. They are quite horn corals that form the extensive dry feed. It is doubtful whether |
VermifugeWrlehta
included to any extent in the similar to other gorgonian polyps.If treelike growths in the Andros is- turnips would have any effect on j
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News the street in the same manner as a ed for Harry; then Harry had a son tee that brought about the removalof Podunk, "Place of Burnin","
The Clewiston car with a drunken driverandwas whom he named for Walter, and the most objectionable features. Podurik is a joke-town of vaudeville -

in fact, as dangerous.Two later another son whom he named Those who hope to use his loyaltyto fame; but ,historic Podunk in
Harry. jr." Sounds simple enough. Roosevelt and the administration Massachusetts was a place where
Pub.ohcd; every Friday in Clewiston, children on one bicycle
Indians tortured .
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, should be considered a capacity load.It .I But wait. The boys are all known by as ammunition with which to defeat dunk captives, and "Po
means "place of burning.
Inc would even be better if they nicknames and practically no ono him for reelection are allowing their -r.

would take turns using the bike, but can identify them except as "Bud" personal animosity to blind them to

KBATIILHY J1OWDI3X, Editor certainly more than two should be Vaughn, Sonny Boy Vaughn and the fact that, as much as they would

considered dangerous.This Brother Vaughn. We finally learned have it otherwise, the President is

Entered as second class mall matter week there was an accident that. Then there's the Winns and still TOPS with ,the bulk of the American -

February Clewiston,I.Florida 1927. at, under the Post the Office Act of In which might have resulted even the Wynns. We are just memoriz- :: people and Floridians are no 'CHANGE'RENT RECEIPT?

:March 3, 1897.Mibxcrlptlon. more seriously than it did, when ing them. And we have just figuredout exception.You .
two boys were riding one bicycle. As that Junior Mills must be Gene, and I may not agree with him '
4 9e
note $2.00 Per Ycnr. the wheel turned the lad perchedon so Dubber must be Solon. Also It's on the Court Plan; we may oppose 1 ;

Advertising! Rates On Application. the handlebars permitted a foot I E. C. Mills and C. E. Nail. The Wil- the Wage and Hour Bill and a lot

to become caught in the wheel. The sons and Nowlings-both II. C.'s- of other administration measures.

bicycle overturned, both boys were" live side by side, and the Slas and But you and I are not the people.

fare Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry and County.wel- thrown out, one suffered a broken 1 Lawrence-both A. W.'s work side Most of them don't know anything

arm, and the other an even more II by side. There are two Glen and about the Supreme Court and care

serious Injury_ where the handlebar Mary couples-the Smiths and Eth- less; they have never read the Wage y /
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'Tis said Gracie Allen is the shy- injured his side. ertons. We could 'go on almost indefinitely and Hour Bill and wouldn't know I e I I

est and least talkingest-off the air Certainly children are entitled to I : ,' but that gives you an what it ,was all about if they did ,

-of all radio stars. She must have all the fun there is in life, but if idea of how many mistakes we But they savvy WPA and Social Se- Pt. NIt

been listening to her- own broad- four of them must ride the same could make, if we just settled downto curity and while they feel it ain't UD DUDGET

casts. bicycle it should not be done on a it. enough, they're not gonna let go
public street. the guy that gave 'em what they're

Fall is really here, according to Just as colleges are settling down gettin'.
the calendar, and f if the summer 4o the year's work we note that Ob- While a few folks may get ex- is as simple as it sounds,
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cited All
didn't pass quickly for you, then you : : : : : : :-: : : :-: : : : : : : : : ::N: : rrlin College in Oberlin, Ohio, is about, Mr. Justice Black and too. you need is a modest
'' three month's note at the Ku Klux Klan the proposition of down payment.Then the balance -
didn't 'sign a celebrating the centennial of its pio-
is spread over a period,
the bank, back in the good' old sum- RAMBLINGS. neering in co-education. In 1837 politicians belonging to the Klanisn't repayable monthly just like

mer time. Oberlin admitted women to the J any more startling:! news to the rent. No worry, no bothcr-
.. ._. . ....... . .N... -. average citizen than "Dog Bite and have something to
I .N N.--.M N N M N N M M NNN.N.N NN. .N N. N. standard college course. rise college you
Man." Of it be show for
I course may wrong your money.
Oh well, after all, when there is catalogue stated "Young ladies
I've just spent a pleasant after- and all that, but it's bein' done right Whetheryotir income issmall '_
of children who have of good minds, unblemished morals
a large family
noon trying to get rid of the cater-' along and it's hard for the poor fellow or large, you can find the
reached the ages of the Rooseveltland and respectable attainments are received .
exact home for the amount
pillars that bother my shrubs. Theyare out in the backwoods to figure
Dodge clans, newspapers can into this department'and can afford monthly. If
the little, yellow-speckled ones out what all the shoutin'! is about.If you
every few weeks find news of en- placed under the superintendance you want to build, use our
that consume first the leaves then Mr. Black had
just come out ilome Owners' Consultation
gagements, denials, marriages, birthsor of a judicious lady, whose duty it Istd'
the bark, and eventually kill the and said so in the first place he'da Service for ideas-without
corect their habits and mould the
accidents. I
I plant If they're not stopped. And female character." Female studentswere made it a lot easier for Mr. Roosevelt obligation. Learn now how
I how to stop them? I've sprayed I himself and everybody else. If easily you can own your homeat
Edgar A. Guest says: "One of the required to assist in the care present favorable prices.
them, dusted them, and sworn at I was Franklin I'd feel that there
best I ever wrote about the of the building and scrubbing floors
poems I I them and still they come. Woe is "Ain't no JUSTICE."
dangers of cussedness was writtenon II and tidy up rooms and helped cook

the ninth green at the golf courseat me meals. What a long step forward educational -
I'm reminded of the man who an-
Point a\lx' Barques, Michigan." I standards in America and 1 Music Hath Lambs Clewiston Federal
swered an ad: "Sure death to fleas.
His feelings are common to all golf- throughout the world have taken Lamb chops in Luxembourg sug-
Complete equipment and instruc- since that time! gest the city's annual festival the
ers at times, though few can 'put I Savings and LoanAssociation
tions 50 cents. He sent the money March of the Muttons, when snow
them in poetic words, as can Mr.
and received a small block of 'wood I I! ,white lambs through the
pass
Guest. The Cash Night sign on the local
and a toy hammer with the instruc- movie "You Can't Beat Love and streets ip a gay procession, followedby
tions, "place flea on block and hit a band of musicians playing the
$65 In Cash". No, No, indeed
Harry Wilhelm, CCC worker, who you
hard." So be It with caterpillars.The can't.A ancient Mutton March. ir liifPS?
was a veteran of every major battleof
prettiest plumbago 'in town,
the World War and still couldn'tget I
is that in Dr. Bourne"'syard.
by the way,
a job, occupied his spare time at city man crawled over a fence
r mm y
The blue Is lovely 9 7 d
a very @I'I'
only to find himself in x
memorizing the a pasture
camp Declaration I shade and it blooms profusely. '
of the United States and the I I with a vicious-looking bull.

of Independence. Then he I "Hey.- there", he called to the

barnstormed the office of Congressman -I For the benefit of the one and I farmer, "is this bull safe?"

Sol Bloom, chairman of the only poor sport we've seen on the "Well," replied the ,farmer "he's a I' Before You Buy Any :

Sesquicentennial ,celebration of the tennis courts since their construc- darn sight safer than you are.-Ex.

Constitution's signing, and recitedit tion: ,There's really nothing com- !

all for him. It required an hour pulsory about playing. If you don't

and a half, but Wilhelm was rewarded enjoy it, quit, and let someone else; Nnm) uIPnHMCmr( Up74 amM G 10 Retl igel atol Radio or .

with a job in the mailing, try. At ,least 99 % of the players are ,,

proving, according to Bloom' that having the time of their lives and Too Late To Classify .

"the Constitution is not a formid- if you aren't don't 'try to spoil their

able document but something to be fun, for you'll. just make -yourself CJ3y CR.JuselL KayIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBgHBHnBBBECgi I : Electrical Appliance'

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PLANTING TREESTo Clewiston's delegates to the World While most folks 'like to mill

Series: Parker Wilson and Cy Cruzein around and shake hands and makea SEE "

every person who lives in a person, and practically the entire ;! big fuss over our senators and _

rented house comes the thought, "If population via radio. Otherwise I representatives when they return

J owned my own home I would put stolid business men are (as this is I home between sessions, I get a lot

out a few fruit trees, but it isn't written-Monday) striking up their more fun standin' off in a corner: THOMAS E. MARIETTE

worth while when I don't know how radios in their business places so and just lookin' on. ..

long I'll stay here." I as not to miss an inning. Don't be For the past several weeks I've \

Planting a tree is ,always worthwhile i I discouraged if they don't welcomean been hangin' 'round the fringe and I
Box 6366 -Phone 362
as most of us realize later on. I Interruption in case you are one watchin' this boy Claude Pepper I

If we had planted a young orange of the very few who think "business without him knowin' it. I just want- I
tree when we first moved into a"rented" I!as usual" should be the order of the ed to do my own cheekily ands c, CLEWISTON FLORIDA

house three and a half day. There's only one American Na- for myself just what changes, if any,

years ago, the people who live there tional Pastime, and that's the had taken place in Claude since he I

next season or perhaps the next ;,World Series. .went to Washington.You .

might enjoy an abundance of fine I know for a rookie senator, I AUTHORIZED AGENT FORIIOTFOINT
fruit because of our thoughtfulness Mrs. Downs, finding she had no the boy has certainly been gettin' a

and trifling investment. \place left for it after the Inn burn- lot of attention. They've taken him

Most of us realize that after we've ed, ,sent a set of rustic furniture over -. right in the fold and treated him

moved from a place. Experience, it to the playground for the use of like an old timer. Accordin' to most

has been said, is like a beacon lighton the public. And mothers of small I reports about all they've done since '

the tail of a train. It only lightsup children are most grateful, Mrs. i he arrived up there is keep slappin'him ;

the path we have already trod. Downs. on the back, and tellin' him how t

Perhaps some (day we'll learn better,!I good he is, and that kind of medi-I i "

and will plant trees wherever there There've been no divorce suits cine, while it is pleasant to take, is ,

is a chance they will get a start. I filed among residents of the gov-I poison to a guy who gets an over

The Everglades section needs ernment reservation as far as we dose.

more trees. Every home, by judicious know, which speaks exceedingly well
Well, after studyin' Claude at
a
planting of about four trees, : for the marital standings over there distance on several occasions and Electric 'Refrigerators, Manufactured by
could supply most of its own fruit these days. Nerves must indeed been
finally gettin' him in a
i corner by
needs in a few time. the
years ragged edge when the wife
himself for an hour's chat, I satis- General Electric "
;: Roe Fulkerson, editor of Kiwanis and mother has to go through the
, i fied that
\ myself so far he hasn'tlet
magazine and resident of Fort Lauderdale process of having a house rebuilt
the old
balogney and bananaoilget
i: usually strikes home with a' around her while she carries on the .
under his skin. Of course, like ;-
:: "
few well chosen sentences. Recentlyhe every day duties within. Visit one
most anybody else, he enjoys bein'
-: told of a group of Kiwanians who of the houses while the work is go- PHILCO RCA VICTOR G.E'
massaged with it, and while he's ,J
t;: planted pecans in fence corners, and I ing on and you'll think all the sound-
R' content to let the other folks kid
, every where they found a vacant and effects equipment of a big radio station I .
him he's not wastin' time
' kid-
any
' : half-protected spot. A stranger made have been turned on at one din' HIMSELF.If ZENITH and EMERSON
: fun of them: "Do you know how time, and, you'll find the privacy ofa
: 7ong it will take that anything, he has improved as
by : pecan to grow I gold-fish. It doesn't,' however, last
1." -_ into a tree and bear nuts". "No, li I i forever. an orator. He's added a lot of two-
';'," don't", replied the Kiwanian, "but 'I dollar words to his vocabulary, but RADIOSAll

: I do know that the pecans I am The attendance of Clewiston residents at the same time ,when he's talkin'

planting will bear nuts long before! at the Pahokee football games to the folks in the country he still

1: the pecans you are planting." I i ii surpassed only by the crowds that knows how to say "ain't" and "how

ran turn out when there's a fire. I come". sold on Easy Terms With as Long as

CHILDREN, IJE CAREFUL There really aren't many omitted.We He seems to take his job seriouslyand
t I realizes he's got a lot to learn Thirty: Months to Pay. With Liberal tradein

Despite all the caution that motorists -, hope we are about to get the I and is downright anxious to learn

may practice, there will still names and initials in this town it. In the brief time he has been in On Your Old Box.

yr be accidents unless children learn to rtraight. If we consistently make Washington he certainly has filled

: practice a bit of it themselves.Last the same error, correct us. It's a his post in a creditable manner, and I '

week happened to see job. Well do we remember our strug- Florida generally has benefited 'j

four children on one bicycle. In fact gles to keep the younger Vaughns I through his efforts. See the latest thing in'radio on display this

; they rode down the street ahead of ftralght and separate the children His loyalty to Roosevelt and sup-

us and we had to bring the car almost of the Wlnn and Wynn families. We I port of administration measures

to a stop in order to stay a sort of memorize the life history of have made him some enemies, par- week at Lake Drug Company.

safe distance behind them., Of course the Vaughns when we first came 101' ticularly among industrial leaders

the boy pedalling and 'guiding the Clewiston: "There were two Vaughn I bitterly 'opposed to the Wage and

bicycle had little control of his ve brothers, Walter, jr., and. Hariv. Hour Bill, in spite. of the fact thatit -

hicle. It wobbled along the edge of Walter first had a son, who he uam1 was his influence on the commit- .; 'i: -I? ..- \..--


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, ; THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAm! FIVE

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e.............................................................................................."...) Mrs. T, B. Shelley and Mrs. B. J. Doty, Florence Graham Beulah I how to run broken field to how Meeting of Trustees next Monday

:: Schroeder returned Tuesday night I Guthrie, June Hooker, Phyllis Logan -I to be correct in a ballroom! evening at 7:30.
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.'. Personal I Mention ::i: from a trip to Missouri. They visit- Minnie Lee Pridgen, Louise NOTE: Subscription prices of The Mr, Taylor will speak Sunday ev-

:s; ed Mrs. Shelley's mother and auntin Roath, Roberta Spicer, Elizabeth American Boy will be raised in the ening on the subject, "Life's Supreme -
r.f ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Excelsior Springs and friends in Winn and Janice Wynn.SCHOOL I near future. Send your subscription Vocation"

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t'I W. W. Hooks was a visitor in La St. Louis. order at once to take advantage' of
Ll I, Belle Tuesday.Rev. I NEWS the bargain rates now in effect; ono

year at $1.00 or three at 200.
Among the Clewiston attendants I I years L. B. MershonAGENT
Foreign subscriptions 50c a year ex
and Mrs. F.: C. Taylor were at the football game between Fort
EDITORS BEING SELECTEDOn tra. Send your name, address and
visitors in West Palm Beach Tues- Myers and Pahokee on Lair Field,
Monday an election was held remittance to The American Boy,
day. Pahokee, Friday evening were Mr. New York Life i...
by the high school pupils for the 7430 Second Blvd., Detroit Mich.: On
and Mrs. K. C. Woodward, Mr. and
purpose of naming the editors for newsstands the price Is 15c a copy.
Miss Dorothy Lockhart was a Mrs. Roy Alston, Mr. and Mrs. Sid- Insurance Company
the school news column for the com-
business visitor in Fort Myers Mon- ney Crochet, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mc- ARCADIA, FLORIDA
day. Cracken: Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Big, ing year. Bernice O'Neal was nam-I Land of Bathtub
ed editor and Bill Owen was electedas '
--- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mr. and America is known the world over

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, 'Mr. and Mrs. assistant editor. The reporters 1o I as the land of the bathtub. The j. m. COUSE .
I assist these two and the sports reporter of bathtubs
son, Kim, were visitors in Pahokee Foy Durrence, Mrs W. C. Hooker, II j (ratio to people in :
: will be elected next week. United States
"Wednesday. Misses Marcia Avant Roberta says the PlumbIng Counselor and Attorney at Law
CLASSES ELECT OFFICERS and Heating Industries bureau
George, Bernice O'Neal, Hazel Hopkins Building ,
is the highest !in the world.
Mrs. Max Meluh has as her guest Prince, Candy "Welles; Dorothy Hare, The Senior class held a class Wednesdays and Saturdays

for the winter her mother, Mrs. Billie Hooker, Wilbur Goff, Halson meeting on September 15th and 9:30 to 4:00 I Ii

Johnson, of Cape May, New Jersey.A. Avant, Gratton George, Joe Cato elected its officers for the year. Mercury Known 2,500 Years
Those elected were: Bill Johnson, Mercury has been known for at i \
Glenn Etherton, R. L. Coker, EdWard
least 2,500 yea!s, but its wide use I
\ H. Davis of Okeechobee was a Otto Larsen, Joe Schroeder, president; Bernice O'Neal, vice-pres- is a development of recent : NORGE REFRIGERATORS

business visitor in Clewiston Tues- Fred Hill, M. F. Palmer, Dick Mims, ident; Betty Hooks, secretary; Dor-- turies. cen- I Furniture and Home Furnishings

) day. James Winn, Vincent Oglesby, Bill othy Bethea, treasurer and Mrs. G. II ,

Owen, H. R. Hall, Sandy Bell and 'B. Thomas, sponsor.On PHILCO RADIOSHousehold I

Miss Mary Louise Oglesby and Owen Winn. September 2th, the Junior Troposphere I
The portion of atmosphere lying
James Edgar were Sunday visitorsin Class held its election of class offi- below the stratosphere is called the FurnishingsInc.

West Palm Beach. IHS. DUFF AND MRS. OWEN ARE cers. Those selected were: Owen I troposphere. .
HOSTESSES AT LADIES AID TEA Winn for president, Christine Dell

I Dave G. Alston attended a meeting for vice-president; Bernice Guthriefor CATHOLIC CHURCH BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA,

,I of the, board of county ,commissioners Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mrs. W. secretary and Billie Hooker for

: in LaBelle Tuesday.Mrs. C. Owen were hostesses yesterday treasurer. The class selected M. E. (leather J. F. 'Walsh Pastor)

afternoon at a lovely silver tea given Morrison as sponsor. Mass every Sunday at St. Mar-

H. L. Delaney and Mrs. Lou- at, the home of Mrs. Duff for the SCHOOL ENROLLMENT CLIMBS garet's Church, Clewiston, is at 8:30a.

is O. Gravely of LaBelle were visit- Ladies Aid Society. The event took The school enrollment of 260 pupils m. On the last Sunday of the

ing in Clewiston Monday. the place of the regular October this :year is the 'largest enroll- month at 10:30 a. m. I

meeting and was in commemorationof ment in the history of the school. Baptisms by appointment. Visi-
"Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. H. R. the 150th anniversary of the tors welcome. Y 1 I '
GIFT OF ElOOKS APPRECIATED
Hall and Mrs. W. H. Lanier shoppedin church's participation in foreign The school greatly appreciates the Children's choir at 9:30 every I
West Palm Beach Wednesday. mission work.
Saturday morning.
donation of books for its library. C.
The Duff home was beautifully Instruction class Sunday after -
of E. Miner has donated twenty-one every
Charles Rush, jr. Lakeland is decorated with garden flowers, and mass. I
text-books, Mrs. George Yon was .
spending several days in Clewistonthis the tea table_ in the dining room SEMiNOLEACKSONVILLE
kind enough to bring twelve books l
week. held tapers. Mrs. Forest -
lighted green for the school library and Miss CLEWISTON COMMUNITY
C. Taylor and Mrs. Wilfred
I CHURCH
Laura Matteson donated a set of
James Johnson' and Miss Mildred Lockhart poured during the first j
Hygenia magazines together with J
Hall of LaBelle were Sunday visitors hour and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and many other library books. Forest C. Taylor, Minister. FLORIDA

in Clewiston. Irs. J. W. Ezelle during the second I Mr. Herring or the teachers will Sunday school every Sunday
GARNETT ANDREWS,Mn.3 r
hour. I gladly call for any books if those morning at 9:45.: Dr. J. W. Ezelle,
Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Bestor Several musical numbers were I ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at'inn
I I desiring to give them to the library superintendent.Junior I modern, fireproof hole! in fie heart of down
returned Monday from North Caro- Mrs. John H. Doty, pianist,
given by will notify them. church service 10:45 to town J.c .onville. Every room with tub and
lina where they spent their vacation. during the afternoon, and Rev. F. 11:00 a. m.Evening shower, loft water, ceiling fan, radio, slatted' .
C. Taylor spoke briefly on the event SAFETY; PATROL AGAIN summer door... Every Bed with innerspring;
at
and
AT WORK worship sermon mattrcis and reading lamp. Running ice
Mrs. R. B. Broadfoot of Florence, in which the celebration was held 7:45. water floor.
on
Alabama, is visiting her son, A. R. and the progress made by the church The school's safety patrol is againon Junior choir Monday evening at every I I
Broadfoot and family, on the government in its foreign mission fields. The I the job, and during the hours 7:00. (OCkT ttI1oCu'U COFFEE SHOP y
that children are coming to and leav- DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
reservation.Mr. program was arranged by Mrs. Joe Christian Endeavor Monday even- Rates -Single! with Private Bath
ing the school building the patrol j
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Robbins. $2.00 80 Rooms $2.50
and Mrs. W. C. Willis and Among those attending were Mrs.W. members are stationed at the crossings ing at eight. afternoon I1L. $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50
on the highway near the school Junior C. E. Wednesday ,. Room ..IK Prlvatt Bath $<.00 i'
family left Wednesday for Half R. Broaderick, Mrs. M. Ludekins, _Sdjtrt for doubt
.lulu occupenCyO.h
Moon, in Alachua county, where Mrs.. J. H. Pressley, Mrs. A. O. Ward, with a red flag to give motorists superintendent.Choir I /. 8 POUND Ho.I. .

they are making their home. Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. E. C. Mills warning that additional caution rehersal Thursday eveningat nom PATEN V HOTEL ocsoro ;

Irs. A. O. Jones, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, shoujd be exercised. The school pu-I eight o'clock. I ...._Qw.w.q T.__ _T S.-.G.. ,.LI -....... :(
pils appreciate the of
Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, sr., returned Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, Miss Dorothy cooperation }

, '/ Wednesday from Louisiana where Lockhart, Mrs. Jarvis, Mrs. E. the public in matters affecting their -. -

she. spent the _summer visiting L. Brewer, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs.C. safety. I

//I friends. Nelson, Mrs. E. L. Hayes, jr., Mrs. NURSE VISITS SCHOOL
W. W.' Perry Mrs. Peek, Mrs. W.H. A district nurse of the State Boardof

Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., Mrs. W. Lanier, Health, Mrs.. Matthews, visited THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill

P. Vaughn, sr., and Mrs. H. T. Mrs. K. C. Woodward, Mrs. R. H. the school Monday and talked brief- come to your home every day through '

Vaughn were visitors in Fort Myers Knight, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. I ly to an assembly' of the lower THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

Thursday. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, grades and later to an assembly of

Irs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. G. .L. Royal, the high school pupils. Mrs. Matthews An International Daily Newspaper
I It records for you the world's clean constructive doings. The Monitor
Parker Wilson and C. R. Cruze Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. F. C. Taylor, told of the work of the state does not exploit crime or sensation; neither does It Ignore them,

left by motor Sunday for New York Rev. F. C. Taylor Mrs. J. G. Niblack, board of health, particularly as' it but family.deals Including correctively the Weekly with them.Magazine Features Section.for busy men and all tho

attending the World Mrs. L. A. affected the school children.
Etherton,
where they are G. E. ------------
Mrs. I ---------------------------------------------
Series baseball games. Wells Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. Joe Mrs. Matthews gave out slips to The Christian Science Publishing Society
One, Norway Street. Boston Massachusetts
Mrs. H. C. Jones, Mrs. each child to be signed the
Robbins, by par-I Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor fora
Zerney Meredith returned home E. Beardsley, Mrs. Harvey J'I ent giving consent for immunizationof period of
1 year,B.00 IS months J4,50 3 months $2.26 1 month 75c
Monday from Houston, Texas, wherehe Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. W. B. the child by the state board of Wednesday Issue, Including Magazine Section: 1 year 2.60, 6 Issues 250

has been employed for a few Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and Mrs.l, health physician, who is expectedin Name _._________________________________________________..
months. M. Meluh. the near future.

I Address ____________________________________________-______
The physician will give the Schick Sample Copy on Requtit
} Mrs. J. F. Tippey and Mrs. Zer- FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN FOR I test for diptheria immunization to ,

; ney Meredith and daughter, Patsy THE MISSES WILLIS TUESDAY all children over eight years of age.

: were visitors Saturday inVest Toxoid will be administered to all

i Palm Beach. :Miss Elsie Lammons entertainedwith under and to those whom

a farewell party Tuesday evening Schick eight test proves are susceptible the to ...........................................................N...;N.N.....N..N..N........................................................................................

s: ; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs returned in honor of Misses Ethel and the disease. Smallpox vaccinationand ,
Sunday from a visit of several Gladys Willis who left Wednesdaywith the ':'
a, typhoid preventative will be
r: days with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Red- their parents to make their offered to all children through high -1 .I

t elsheimer in Miami. home in Alachua county. school. Dr. Leland H. Dame, state

Members of the Ramblers Clubwe"re board of health physician, plans to

;. .. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mobley and invited and the party took the visit the Clewiston school in the II CLEWISTON fiOLF II

aJlittle:. son returned ,Sunday from a form of a dance held in the pavillionat near' future. His services are also, of-
.t of several weeks with relativesin Those attend- ,
p visit : W'hidden's Corner. fered to pre-school age children.

Jacksonville. ing were Misses Alma Anglin, Dor- ,

: othy Bethea, Neily Geiger, Florence ADVENTURE IS COMING COURSEModerate *

'k Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Allison and Slonaker, :Mae Lily Stone, Mary Bell IN THE AMERICAN BOY '

:. :daughter, Gail,. of Gainesville arrived Warren, Renee Wethington, Juanita I :s: : '. :::

: Wednesday and are visitingMrs. Woods, Ethel and Gladys Willis, Readers who like adventure and .' ",-./i-' ::
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J.},: Allison's father, F. C. Williamson Clarice Lammons, Annie Bell Chapman I the lure of far places will find plenty 'z' .... :I ..i'X

for a few days.: i Mrs. Emma Ezelle Mr. and to please them in coming issuesof : X.z.

I Mrs. Trildon Cochran, Mr. and Mrs.C. I The American Boy Magazine and .. :i J ?1

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Guthrie, W. Simmons, Harold Adams, San Francisco water-front trouble; t

Misses :Roberta George and Mary Cortland Ahrent, Mack Fullwood, of daring adventure in the world of y

Markette, Halson Avant. and: Ted Charles Garner, Bill Johnson, Jack pseudo-science, and of a feud aboarda

Cowart attended a show in Belle Keene, Joseph Lee, Luther Lowe, plunging, rolling battleship.

Glade Monday night. selle Dick Stone Mims,, Louise Carlisle Warren Reddish and, Mun-J. T. aboard They'll a transport read, too plane, of blaring excitement over f_: ..... [ Open to the Public, ] > I!

Mrs. Glenn Etherton, Mrs. Foy Almon. jungled Mexican mountains, and .s. ..
Durrence and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence I :
of stranger planes that are not boundto .. r.
spent Tuesday West Palm Beach LAURA AND BETTY BAILEY ARE earth but swing through the .:. I 'J'y

They visited Mrs. A. W. Sias at Good HOSTESSES TO S. S. CLASS noiselessness of space. Readers can .s. I 'f".z.
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Samaritan Hospital. -- follow a young ex-Mountie as he 'z'v

.',' The Intermediate Girls' class of searches for clues in the wild north- t
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4. Mrs. A. C. Carlton was a visitor the Community Sunday School met lands, 'and Tierney, the pie-eating vi

r.: in Fort Myers Tuesday. She attended at the home of Laura and Betty detective, on the trail of city crim- :i: :!:

'r. a kitchen shower given at the Bailey for a social meeting Thurs- inals.A f

t.-' home of Mrs. E. V. Goodman honoring day evening. The Bailey home was new feature in The AmericanBoy :: Green Fees ::

.._,. Miss Tippey Yarbrough, ar decorated with black cats, witches, Is picture pages that tell stor- I !

'r:, bride elect. Jack 0' Lanterns to carry out the ies. Pictures for instance, that vividly :i: Exceptional Fairways =i:

Hallowe'en motif which was used in show a day in the life of a ,'
Little Joe Schroeder, who has I the games and refreshments. coast guardsman, and how an Eskimo ::: Interesting GreensW'tt :;

r been visiting his grandmother in Florence Graham and Mrs. J. husky sled dog does his woik.: x

; Stuart for a few weeks, returned Niblack were winners in the G'I I They transmit the thrill of battling y.

; home Tuesday with his mother, Mrs. I tests. Ice Scream sundaes and a hundred pound, water-churning' .:. ------- --- '-
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Keep Skin Clean to I


I Beauty's Daughter Keeping Upi I Prevent Acne Is


Kathleen Norris Advice to the YoungLocal
By Kathleen Norris 0 e
WNU Service. h
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Treatment Is Best.
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CHAPTER %Continued "Perhaps we're both tired," she A Late One
the
said. "For that what's Sce n erVi Say Dermatologists
-22- matter, happened e "Please, sir, could I have to-
"But, good heavens, Vic, what's tonight is enough to throw us morrow afternoon off-?"

that!" the man said roughly, in im into nervous breakdowns. We don't Science Service.-WNU Service. Chicago-For acne-the ado- "Ah, yes.;: Your grandmother, I
patience. "What's all that comparedto often talk this way But it's only lescent's complaint-local skin suppose!"

the other thing, compared to fair to tell you something, Quentin, Crows Are Enemiesof cleanliness, brings the best re "Exactly, sir, she is making her
hurting your pride, and killing your that may partly explain the way suits. first 'parachute' jump."

love for me, and putting the thought I feel, the way I act. When we the Wild Ducksin

of another woman eternally between were married, eleven years ago, 1 That improperly functioning en-
us? Why, lots of the fellows go talked about marrying for reasons, Season docrine glands are probably respon- "The bravest man I ever knew,"

home to women who are extrava- about not being carried away by Breeding sponsible for a\ne, medical research said the explorer, "was the chap

gant and nagging and nervous, excitement about not falling in love. examiners believe. But no who took' a taxi to the bankruptcy

and who don't have a houseful of: "I told you my idea of marriagewas Control Methods Are glandular substance found is enough I court and then, !instead of paying

gorgeous kids to show for it! There'sno companionship, home, children. better than local treatment to justify his fare,"invited the driver in as a

comparison between: the two." You were a widower with a deli- Recommended by Expert the expense and effort of its creditor.

"I think there is. I think naggingand cate youngster-" She laughed. "It administration.

extravagance and nerves are seems funny now to think of Gwenas Washington.-Crows are ma- Thirty-nine students at the Uni- THAT'S PROPER

serious things, too, and I think wom- delicate, doesn't it?" she said. versity of Iowa have recently been
en who won't have children, whq "Women were making your life a jor enemies of wild ducks in at treated for acne as a part of a scien-

hate home, who are always running burden, and you needed just what 1 least a part of the great wild tific experiment. Dr. Grace E Wil- -=-=- \ --=. rr= I

about with other men, are just as had to give. I remember our talk- duck breeding grounds in Canada liams, medical adviser to women -- ? =t1! ')

bad! Even if they don't go to the ing of'it once, and your saying that a survey by E. R. Kalm- and Dr. Ruben Nomland, professor -=-- A )

''limit-even if they fool along, get- whatever the agreement was before bach of the United States bio- of dermatology at the univer- (

ting everything they can out of a marriage, however reasonable and sity, report their observations on LV

man and then stopping short, never dispassionate the feeling was, no logical survey shows.Of these students in the Journal of the I ,

giving anything: seems to me detestable man could have a young wife around 512 duck nests studied, 31 per American_ Medical Association.With I .. _(n J o

," Vic said. "My own temptations and not come to love her, that is cent (156 nests) had been ravagedby evidence pointing to a defi-

are different," she added."I presuming that he didn't come to crows. Other causes of destruc- ciency of hormone in "What do you mean by the expression -
sex acne pa-
think maybe I'.n a mother first hate her. Do you remember that?" tion had accounted for another 20 tients, the Iowa physicians began in this article 'as sociableas

and a wife afterward; I've never "Vaguely." per cent of loss, so that of all the their study. They took twentyeightwomen an echo?' "

gone in for pink baby pillows and "Well, the joke was on'me," Vicky nests that started the season with students and eleven men, "Why, an echo, you know, always -
long-legged dolls!" batches of only 49 per returns your call."
hopeful eggs
said, "for I had it-had it desperately I the average being nineteen years.
The words brought back with a the whole time! trembled and cent turned out live ducklings.It Of these eleven had severe twenty
moment of horror the memory of when spoke to ,I is possible however, Mr.
I got silly you me, moderately severe, and eight mild
her last sight of Serena's bedroom, thought of you all day long and lay Kalmbach notes that part of the acne. A Three Days' CoughIs

and she was still. awake dreaming of you all night.I egg destruction by crows might
Not
Hormone Effective.All .
"Serena loved you," she said was the love-sickest woman whoever have been wreaked after the parent Treatment Your Danger Signal

thoughtfully, in the silence. knelt down and thanked God ducks had abandoned the nests for thirty-nine students, were askedto
other give meticulous attention to details No matter how many medicinesyou
"She never loved anyone but her- that the most marvelous man in the causes. in the and of have tried for your cough, chest
self," Quentin said. "Everythingshe world had deigned to look at her! How They Should Be Controlled. care treatment cold, or bronchial irritation, you can

said and did revolved about I[ never told you, I was too proud.I For practical control purposes.Mr. their skin. In addition, twenty of get relief now with Creomulsion.

that. She loved her own beauty tackled the big house and the serv- Kalmbach l recommends: them were treated with sex hormones Serious trouble may be brewing and
while the remaining nine- you cannot afford to take a chance
and power. She used them to get ants and Gwen; I even went to the "Crow-control operations on duck- with any remedy less potent than
teen also but
f what she wanted. I knew it, aftera hospital and had your babies, Quent. breeding grounds should by all were given injections Creomulsion which goes right to

while. Morrison must have dis- But I never dared tell you! You means be entrusted only to those the injections were merely sterile the seat of the trouble and aids nature -
water The students did not know to soothe and heal
the
inflamed
covered it as soon as they were never asked me to; you took me who fully recognize the hazards as-
which hormone sub- mucous membranes and to loosen
married. Her first husband tried calmly for granted, meals and fur- sociated with human intrusion on were getting and expel the germ-laden phlegm.
stance and which
twice to kill himself. She was cold nace and Gwen and babies and an- waterfowl nesting grounds. The were getting wa- Even if other remedies have failed,

and vain, poor girl! And she was swering the telephone and buyingyou work should not be carried out ter. Hon't: be discouraged, try Creomul-

the woman," he ended, "for whom new shirts, and that was the haphazard or by mass action de Treatment went on for from fourto sion. Your druggist is authorized to
six months with 85 per cent of refund your money if you are not
I broke your heart! way I wanted it to be. I didn'twant void of careful supervision There
those the hormone substance thoroughly satisfied with the bene-
. "No, you didn't break my heart." to be the one to introduce the should, in fact, be solicitude for the given fits obtained from the very first
moderate marked improvement
" "Breaking a person's heart is a silly, the sentimental side of it, cry privacy of every nesting duck. showing to bottle. Creomulsion is one word-not
! cheap way of putting it," Quentin when you forgot my birthday, and and 78 per cent of the I two, and it has no hyphen in it.
control group given sterile water Ask for it plainly, see that the name
: said. "It sounds romantic, when itwasn't expect you to compliment me every
Cambrian Have the of im on the bottle is Creomulsion, and
Upper May showing same degree
anything but damn' stupid night on the way my hair was done! you'll get the genuine product and
and selfish. You said vhat it really I'd said I wanted a certain kind of Had Land Plant Life provement.The the relief you want. Adv.)

t.' did, a minute ago. It made you marriage-work and responsibilityand Iowa ,doctors concluded at

l- think less of me; that's the real companionship, and plenty of the end of the experiment that a

r:: price We never can go back of criticism if I didn't do my job, and Cambridge, Mass.-Plants have deficiency of the pituitary-like hor- The Miser's Want .:
'lived on land many millions of mone is not an important factor in The miser is as much in want of .
that. You'll never be able to trust got itr! But I've loved you all the
t longer than is commonly causing and that the local what he has as of what he has not.
L me again. There'll always be that time! Quent, when you come home years acne
r feeling, somewhere, 'way back in tired at night and go to sleep with supposed, if fossil plant remains examined treatment is still the best bet for I,I -Syrus.

t:" your mind, that I failed you!" your big heavy head on my shoulder, by William C. Darrah of controlling acne. I

: Vicky, her elbows on the kitchen I lie awake sometimes for joy.'Juliet the Harvard Botanical museum here Here are the instructions for local '

I: table, Jier chin in her hands, looked has nothing on me, nor Beatrice, nor really are what they very decidedlylook treatment of acne given to most of ; a

,..> thoughtful. Nicolette! I've never loved anyone like. the students: 1 0 0 i iw
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"1 suppose so," she said slowly. else, and no woman ever loved a The fossils are spores, minute Stop all picking and squeezing. I

"But I don't know that it matters. man more, or so much; his old one-celled bodies that serve insteadof Discontinue the use of all cosmetic
You've coats and his voice in the hall seeds with lower plants that pro
at
seen me looking pretty hor- creams. Wash with soap and water -
rible, ugly and crying and fright- night, and the way he looks at her duce no true seeds. These particular twice daily, keeping the skin j
ened and when she's scared 'in her spores have the form and mark- r..
only anxious to be let off strange nongreasy almost to the point of
pain; it doesn't seem to make you room in the hospital, the way his ings that characterize spores of the scaling. Eat a diet low in carbohy-

like me any less when I'm all gottenup hand pats her hand when she goes ferns and their relatives.But drates. Eat no candy. Remove

in my new Paris clothes. Luck- up to the surgery." the formation they come blackheads by placing hot towels on hg-

ily people forget those things, when She stood up, smiled at him. from, a boghead coal deposit in the face for five minutes, then applying l T

;, -under it all-they love each "There!"_ she said. "That's my Sweden, belongs to the Upper Cambrian a thin coating of 3 per cent

other." awful confession. I've made youa geologic age, 500 million yearsor resorcinol in cold cream to the face What a difference good bowel

Quentin answered with a long look. speech." more ago when there were sup- and again applying hot towels for habits can make! To keep food

"I think you really believe that," Quent took Victoria in his arms: posed to be no land plants living, five minutes. The blackheads are wastes soft and moving, :
many
and to for mil-
4 he said after a while. "You're not "You've made me a speech, Vic. none come many then squeezed out with a comedon doctors recommend
Nujol.
i. like anyone else in the world!" I'll: never forget it." lions of years. It appears to be a remover, the face rinsed with cold

Vicky in her turn was thoughtful. [THE 2ND hitherto projection unsuspected of land-plant past.life into a water and hamamelis water ap INSIST! ON GENUINE NUJOL

plied. Apply a prescribed lotion two Copr.1337.Stance Inc.

_' or three times a day. Avoid iodized

1/;- Science Advances in Telepathy Tests Age of Earth Checked I salt. Shampoo the hair twice a No Tricks

; week. There tricks in plain
1 are no
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York.-A radioactive potas- Female of Species Is
Is telepathy, mongrelized by years be found in "Man Women
the Unknown, sium "clock, latest aid to scien- :
N;_ of vaudeville trickery, at the thresh- the recent book by Dr. Alexis Carrel ;- tists seeking to know the age of the Tougher Than Male If suffer month owe \
every you .
: old of becoming a science? As- who wrote: "Those endowed earth, indicates that the world is you Cardui ..
of
note
it to yourself to take (
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,; tonishing experiments have pro- with this power grasp the secret less than 3.000.000,000 years old, Dr. Nottingham. England.-Sex is and find out whether it will benefit
gressed to a, point where private thought of other individuals without A. Keith Brewer of the United equally distributed among Britons

home tests are invited. With them using their sense organs. They also States bureau of chemistry and soils only in young people; between the you.Functional of menstruationhave
pains
goes the candid warning that, de- perceive events more or less remote reports in the magazine Science. ages of fifteen and nineteen the been

spite the fun of using the mind as in space and time. This quality is Radioactive potassium K 40, numbers of boys and girls is ap-' eased, in many Cardui., many And cases where, mal-

a messenger boy, there is hazard, exceptional. It develops in only a changes over long periods of time proximately equal. At earlier ages nutrition by ( nourishment) had

+: perhaps tragedy, as a possible re- small number of human beings. into the common variety of calcium, there are more males, later females poor Car-
taken women's strength,
ward for away
psychic tinkering.The Clairvoyance appears quite com- the metal that forms the basis for predominate.This incrense the
to
found
dui has been
man who took telepathy out monplace to those who have it. It limestone. Scientists
lime and can seesaw of the sexes and appetite, Improve digestion and In that
?, of the music hall and put it into brings them knowledge which earth from natural resistanceto
is compute the age of the what it means biologically, was discussed way help to build up a
b : the laboratory is slim, youthful, impetuous more certain than that gained their knowledge of how much cal before the of certain useless suffering. (Where Car-
here meeting
and dui fails to benefit, consult a physician.)
; mop-haired, a rapt be- through the "
'" liever in the sense organs. cium is to be found today and a the British Association for the Ad- Ask your druggist for Cardui (pronounced
mind is theory that the human Dr. Rhine experimented with children knowledge of the rate at which .radioactive vancement of Science by Prof. F. uC to more or less degree
sensitive a then college students. The calcium decomposed. A E. Crew, noted biologist of the
"' broadcasting station, with results were dismaying. Then he Results by the potassium "clock" University of Edinburgh.In .
: for those with
minds
messages
ca- tried hypnotized subjects and final- method Dr. Brewer reported, are
pable of tuning in the right wave- i a word, the female of the species -
ly the key to science with estimatesof
specially gift- 'in close agreement
is noticeably tougher than the
length the
says Literary Digest.He .
ed students.
from
Results earth's
followed im the age gained another
male. Men and boy babiesall
boys
is Dr. Joseph Banks Rhine "
pressively.He radioactive "clock, that of
tend to die off faster than their
whose. experiments at Duke university is careful to distinguish be- radium, uranium and lead. sisters. Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
keep people awake nightly from tween clairvoyance and Harmful Body Waste
telepathy.
North Carolina to California. Clairvoyance,. he says, is percep- Jupiter Due to Have Your kidneys are the constantly blood stream.filtering But
from
Mainly waste matter
success depends he
says, tion such Fossil Is work-do
as symbols on the cards. Huge Beast kidneys sometimes lag in their
on possession of the "gift" to some Telepathy is 'Disturbance Soon not act as Nature intended-;fill to remove -
extent, favorable mental conditionsto "mind-reading. Per- Big impurities that, if retained, may
sons gifted with Found in Colorado the whole
one ordinarily pos- poison the system and upset
a large extent Then
: sess the other.Distance body machinery.
"First Denver.-A great disturbance on Symptoms may be!nagging backache, i,
a genuine interest is re he holds Chicago.-Fossil remains of a persistent headache,attacks of dizziness .rt
quired. makes no dif the planet Jupiter to occur dur- puffiness VI
:- Preferably a fresh getting up nights( swelling
taneous spon- ference. Indeed, better results are ing the next few months was predicted hrtnerto unknown species of extinct under the eyes-a feeling of nervous '.
curiosity to
do it." see if you can. obtained when test objects are sepa- in a communication to the mammal, big as a hippopotamus, anxiety Other and signs loss of kidney of pep or and bladder strength.disorder

i rated by rooms. High scores ob- American Association for the Advancement have been found in Colorado by an may be burning, scanty or too
{ In more than 100,000 trials, con- tain when several miles intervene. of Science meeting here expedition of the Field Museum of frequent' urination.

I ducted since 1927, he has obtained Remarkable results were obtainedat from Dr. E. C Slipher of Lowell Natural History. Bryan Patterson, trer.tment There should is wiser be no than doubt neglect.that prompt. Use

, < results that seem billions to' one a distance of 100 miles. observatory. Flagstaff. Ariz. It will in charge of the expedition reported Doan't Pills. Doan't have than been forty winning years.

against the operations of pure "With all its dangers it is, I be- take the form of a series of intense the find to headquarters here. They new friends have for a nation-wide more reputation.Are .

chance. Mathematically, at least, lieve, the greatest field for inte'lec-. dark spots in! the giant planet's The creature lived in the early recommended by grateful people the
ncijft&orl
he has shown that, in some per- tual adventure that the student has equator. A small faint marking days of the age of mammals, about country over. Ask your ...

sons, perception without use of the before him today," says Dr. Rhine. gives warning of the approachingspots 45 million years ago. when the region -

' ordinary sense does in fact exist. "The perils add to the zest; and the judging from a similar hap- that is now the Rocky moun-
Support for Dr. Rhine's faith can size of the is '
game unequalled. pening in 1920. tains was a low, flat plain.
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! I I '"Quotations"To The Only Way :for :

Chap in Such a Fix '
live in the present is medicine .

=- OUR COMIC SECTION Dntce for the spirit Barton.; it is the path to peace. Two heavyweight boxers-not, ,i

let it be added, in the first class-
Why must only the ugly things of ,
.,
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were booked to fight an important':
I !'fc be the material out of which '
I drama is built?-Otis Skinner. contest. "
A leader is merely one who knows Each man, secretly, had backed ::;'

where he wishes to go, and gets up himself to lose the fight. ..... ,
and goes.-John Erskine. During the first round of the :
one '

: [D] | SNOOPIE 10[J Fannie good Imitation many Hurst of women life-that's know all today that,-a men a light accidentally tap on the nose hit his, whereupon opponent .. .,


The wise carry their knowledge as the recipient of the blow'lay down :
they do their watches, not for display and let the referee start counting. "l

but for their own use.-Sir The other man was. in a quan- ." '

Thomas Browne. dary. However, just as the referee :i
SNNSIJOODIE-- SIJDOPE:, Sorrow itself is not so hard to bearas "
reached the count of "nine ;
._ ,
__ rnn oulFr, 'KEEP STILL the thoughts of sorrow coming.
brilliant idea .
a came to him. 4
,
HE OOWKl ;
Airy ghosts that work no harm do
hIOWl ; Rushing over to his prostrate 4,
terrify us more than men in steel '
opponent, he kicked him fiercely \
with bloody purpose.-T. B. Aldrich :
,
t) !.' s. s in the ribs, and disqualified.! \ '

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I'LL plT A softer and they polish better. Strain the Starch.-Starch used :.,
/ II I IIIo in should be strained
STOP TOTHIS iBARIUN6 I I laundering .I
to all that :
ONCE I ; i, Potatoes for Short Cakes.-Hot, remove lumps might '
FOR blister when ironing. '
AND /'
boiled and mashed white
ALLY II potatoesare WNU Service.LEARNED. .:/I!,
tip/ i good in making short cakes 1I

and puddings. They not only save

flour, but require less shortening. 'I 'l
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I T i io Those stubborn dark streaks TO 'BEAT'ONC j
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b one-third and one-
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To UPSOM ,.
GoES ALL RIGHT-
greased pan, in a moderate oven.
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MISTAKE I IN THE WRO4cSIRE f
FO tomatoes, slice off the tops, remove :
MVSELFTo NOW-AT
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1"
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( iI carry your alLalizer with you.
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k. ER that genuine Phillips' comes in
tiny, peppermint flavored tablets
-in a flat tin for pocket or purse.
GATE ? ARE I IES-YOLJ; \ WELL: Then you are always ready.
HULLO DEAR SEE i WAS WH'I MENliOt-J J Use it this way.Take 2 Phillips
i H SORRY I'M y0U 2 OH, A in "a1kalitin "
IM FOEYOUR MENTAL tablets-equal : (
rf V LATe Yes CONDlTiOM effect to 2 teaspoonfuls of liquid
f Phillips' from the bottle. At once
E rr-f you feel "gas," nausea, "overcrowding" -
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from hyper-acidity begin -
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,';. A / 0 1 .:dr edgtasta.vei. stomachare
,, acid breath, over-acid
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corrected at source.
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EIGHT 1HB OLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1937

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I antlne, with headquarters at San mit articles or pictures for Couse on Wednesday from Secretaryof
Home Loan Bank of Winston- Antonio, Texas, recommends that cation should do so at once, PUbU-j State R. A. Gray notifying him,
I pine tar oil be applied to the ears togravure sections have t of animals at intervals of two weeks pared and printed weeks in and yesterday he served his first.
Salem Celebrates 6th Anniversary for the control of the Gulf Coast This magazine will be remember-I day officially as' the new county ,;'>'.
tick. This oil serves a four-fold pur- ed for its two fine judge.
,
pose; it not only kills ticks but it South". numbers, published early The new county judge has beena
Winston-Salem, N. C., Oct. 7.-At Congressman WilcoxContinued aids in healing of the bites preventsthe I this year. Florida is indeed fortunate -I resident of Moore Haven for a
the height of its greatest activity, 1 I attachment of other ticks and to have such a publication so number of years and has served as
the Federal Home Loan Bank of keeps screw worm flies from laying liberal in its attitude toward our i county prosecutor and as city attorney -
Winston-Salem next Friday will observe ( from page 1) eggs in or around tick bites as well. stalb. \ as well as conducting( a private
the fifth anniversary of its of Moore Haven, including D. C. No better repellent for screw worm law, practice during the past few
creation to serve thrift and home- Settle, president, attended. flies than pine tar oil has been discovered years. It is generally agreed by ev-
Feed Mill To StartIn
institutions In the states of
finance
of the .
Ivey M. Pafford president eryone that he is very well qualifi-
;Alabama, Florida Georgia Mary- local Kiwanians, introduced the ed for the
The Gulf Coast tick has four distinct position to which he has
land, North Carolina, Virginia and wives and other local visitors. Mr. stages, of development-egg, Three Weeks TimeMoore been ,appointed and he has been re-
in the District; of Columbia.The Hill introduced the West Palm Beach ceiving the
seed tick, nymph and adult. A single congratulations of his
rapid growth of this unit ofa visitors and Mr. Settle the membersof female may deposit from 4,000 to many friends throughout the week.
national home credit reserve sys- the Moore Haven Club. W. A. 18,000 eggs during warm weather. ( Haven Democrat)
The position of District Registrarfor
tem is revealed in figures announced Wall of West Palm Beach introduced These eggs hatch in 3 to 4 weeks.As Ross Robertson of Belle Glade ,
its president. Although moved to Moore Haven this the Bureau of Vital Statistics
by O. K. LaRoque Congressman Wilcox. soon as the seed tick has em- week
it opened offices on October Prominent among the Clewiston erged from the egg it crawls upon and has. taken over the active man which was also held by Judge Guess
15, 1932 by the end of that year visitors was Clarence R. Bitting of, some nearby bit of vegetation and agement of the Everglades Milling was given to Tax Collector J. P.
only 11 institutions in the district New York, president of the United waits until touched by some passing Company. This week he made the I.Moore who received formal notice of
had as :jet joined the Bank System. States Sugar Corporation, who accepted animal. If the animal (host) does I statement that the machinery; wouldbe his appointment
During 1933, 219 institutions enrolled Mr. Pafford's request for a not come along within 179 days: it all worked over after a year's inaction yesterday. This
as members and subscribed to I. short talk. Both Mr. Bitting and Joe dies. If a host Is found the seed and believed that it would be office is for the recording of births
the capital stock of the Bank. Ferris, who followed him spoke in tick feeds upon its blood and then possible to have the mill in oper- and deaths.
On September 30, membership glowing tribute of the guest speaker drops to the ground in about five ation within three weeks. "
numbered 441, including 237 state- Congressman Wilcox and of the days. Back upon'the ground it molts, Plenty of material is at hand for
chartered savings, building and loan thoroughness with which he had. its skin in from seven to 121 days, operation and Mr. Robertson is ,
associations, 196 Federal Savingsand studied the needs of the section and according to temperature. 'hopeful that machinery may be'I
Loan associations and 8 life Insurance the zeal he displayed in furthering Ii The tick after molting into whatis I placed in such good shape that con i I
Located in 245 _. __ .
companies. legislation to benefit it. called the numphal stage, again stant production will be possible af- ,
cities, their combined assets are estimated Musical numbers on the program I I crawls back upon vegetation of some ter the start of operation. A sales // FLORIDA 1-'

at $398,409,000, an increase included two solos I Love Life and !, sort to wait until another host comes manager has been employed by the
of $174,000,000 in the past Afraid To Dream, by Stanley .Clegg, I by. The nymph my live several company who comes from New Or- M
three years. I accompanied by Mrs. Lillian Brown I I months., If a host is found, the leans and will be here this week to
To the end of 1936, the Winston- Cuppers, both of West Palm Beach. I numph j feeds and drops back to the study the feed production in order
Salem Bank had paid dividends of Two accordian solos by Miss Anita ground in six or seven days. Here it that he may be better able to. self "
,$540,509 to the U. S. Treasury and Anderson Ida and Accordian Rag I I molts from 16 to 71 days later, tle- the product. 't
to member institutions in the pro- were so well received that she gra- dending upon the temperature, aitrl One of the problems to be faced &.9
portion of their investment in its ciously responded with a short pn- becomes an adult tick. according to Mr. Robertson is the

capital. Gross income up to September core. The adult tick may live for 13 to pioduction of a frost resistant crop hi '
30 amounted to $1,495,095. The Attending were Congressman J. 14 months without finding another to replace the Para grass in the A
total income of $348,190 for the: Mark Wilcox, R. D. ,Hill, W. A. host. 'Ie'a host comes by, it crawls event that the fields of Para grass 9 hI
first nine months of 1937 compares'! Wall, W. H. Thorne, Miss Anita An-i I I upon the animal, mates takes a are, frost-bitten and will experimentwith
with $244,086 and $186,957 for the : derson, Mrs. Lillian Brown Cuppers, blood meal from the host, and dropsto alfalfa., Stacking of surplus [ij1gJ
corresponding periods of 1936 and I Stanley Cleg and G. Bernie Benselof the ground in about 15 days. grass will also be experimented withto
1935. West Palm Beach. While feeding the female becomes fill orders while the Para fields I
The best index of the Bank's pro-I Clarence R. Bitting Jay W. Moran grayish in color and enormously dis are recovering from frost-bite. This II I II
gress is ,Seen in the growth of its Joe Ferris, Mayor and Mrs. F. tended. On the ground the female stacked grass: will be of inferior ,I b e- ai

outstanding advances which enable I i Deane Duff, F. M. Wright and Mrs.F. begins to lay eggs as early as the grade but may prove sufficient to
member institutions to remain liquid M., Wright president of the Gar- third day.Stockmen. continue production' during such
and at the same time meet the den Club Commander A. O. Jonesof usually.., observe the periods.No s
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demands for long-term loans for the]I the American Legion Post and : adult stages during this season of attempt will be made at this
construction purchase improvement'and Mrs. Jones, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, pres- I the year and inquire if this tick time toward any extensive expansion I Stop at the
refinancing homes in their]I ident of the P.-T. A., Mr. and Mrs. i can be eradicated by dipping meth- program. Should the production and
communities. Up to September 301 I W. C. Owen, Rev. and Mrs. F. C. ods. The answer is "no", becausethe market permit the company hopes j iiotelPoteieia
the Bank had advanced $44,659,659 !, Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Gulf Coast tick attaches to different that several more of the dehydratorsmay .
to members and received $27,710- Miss Margie Hood, ,of Clewiston.D. kinds of warm-blooded ani- be installed to increase the I I I
575 in repayments. The outstanding: C. Settle S. O: Stalls Mack mals and it is impossible to dip all daily production to keep: up with tba 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
balance of $16,949,083 is the highest -' Greene, C. C. Klutts'and I. E. Scottof the different kinds. A high degreeof growth of the grasses on the muck
in the history of the Bank, be-, Moore Haven. control for the ticks can be obtained -I lands. Outside Rooms With
ing an increase of $10,031,272 over, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford Mr. by treating the ears of live- Private Bath ,
the. amount in use at the beginning and Mrs. H., H. Turner,' Mr. and Mrs.A. stock, regularly with pine tar oil, J. M. Couse AppointedNew 1." "
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of 1934. W. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Gid- and ,heavy losses from screw worm COOL, CLEAN, QUIET'f!,
Of the, proceeds of debenture issues eon Brown Dr. and Mrs. J. W. attacks may be thus avoided. Glades Co. ;
marketed recently by the Bank I Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ,Beardsley, I Judge i Overlooking Biscayne Bay
System $5,041,000 has been allocated Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop Mr. and Afield" I
"Sports to- Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
to the Winston-Salem Bank. Mrs. B. E. Herring Mr.. and Mrs.J. ; (Moore Haven Democrat) Business .
I Section.
About one half of all active Institutions G. Niblack, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. I News of the appointment of At-I
of the 'savings, building and,; Tippey, E. E. Kelly, R. N. Smith, H. (Continued from page 1) torney Jas. M. Couse of Moore Haven -
loan type in the district are included R. Hall and Miss Marion Leydig. nouncements from a great many as Glades county judge to suc- RATES
in the Bank's membership. Their Florida chambers of commerce and ceed the late L. E. Guess was received -
strength is indicated by the fact that KILL THE GULF COAST TICK counties. The magazine has a circu- here on Saturday of last week. $1.50 Single

their combined assets however, are AND PREVENT SCREW WORMSThe : lation in excess of a quarter of a Few expected that the appointment
;": almost three fourths of the assets of million in addition to which many would be made so quickly.Mr. $2.50 Double

all such institutions in the region. dreaded Gulf Coast tick, the thousands of extra copies will be dis- Couse immediately made arrangements Special &
Family, Weekly
Of the estimated total of $59,977- efficient and deadly ally of the tributed in the east through the for bond which was. approved -
000 of lending by all savings build-I I screw worm in its attack ,upon live- Florida Exhibits. by the county commission on Monthly Rates
; ; ing and loan associations In the stock, has already made its appear This magazine will be availableto Monday and forwarded that day Co S. D. McCREARY Proprietor

YFinston-Salem Bank district during ance in states along the southern | the public November 15th. Florida the Governor's office in Tallahassee.A .
the first seven months of 1937, I Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. A serious ] communities who want to sub- telegram was received by Mr. 'I

!!. member institutions loaned some situation may develop if control I _
::: $51,232,000, according to a report measures are not promptly taken -- -- -
[' of the Federal Home Loan Bank
; warn Entomologists of the U. S. Department -
t: Board at Washington. This is a gain of Agriculture.A .

t"' 1936.of 34% over the same period 'in I on the mass ears attack of animals by these causes pests the up- DOES YiP CA $1fAllEAS( ? :

,, The Federal Home Loan Bank of ears to swell and the skin to scab
t. : Winston-Salem on September 30 had and crack, a condition which is dis-
"" assets of $18,441,250; cash, $710- tinctly detrimental to livestock. But
297; investments, in securities of the the after-effects are even more ser-I'
;:,/ ; United States and its agencies, ious. The place where the tick attached -
: : $703,625 ; surplus and undivided '
) itself to the animal remains,
,V,,'' profits, $469,000, and paid-in subscriptions raw for several days, and furnishesa
; to capital stock, by members ;1
most attractive place for the strawworm ,. I
't"" $3,329,600 and by the U. S. fly to deposit her eggs. Moreover 1.:., :I

;, Government, $9,208,200, totaling the ears often become so swollen \ I
L $12,437,800. Net income for the and stiff that the animal can no
1, first nine months of 1937 was $254- j
longer use them in a natural way in .
395. warding off flies. The unerring instinct I I
s T There are 11 other Federal Home of the often !
screw worm fly I
Loan Banks strategically located detects the presence of the fresh a 'wa D I Ii
;' throughout the country. Each Is wound long before the owner of the u1r II i
governed by a board of 12 directors animal notices it, and before ho II I
eight of whom are elected by knows It he has an animal infested I
: the members every two years. The with
screw worms. Gulf Coast I li"k-l
other four known as "Public Inter- are known td be the cause of a larr" I
est" directors, are appointed from ,
crop of screw worms in the coasF'1: i 4 I r
,' the district for four-year terms by areas each year. : I i!
the Federal Home Loan Bank Boardat Dr. W. E. Dove in charge of tIle I I
Washington, which supervises the division of screw worm control. T5'i I S
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Bank System. reau of Entomology and Plant Qu ,rrnd I ';: :}, S i
F;. ( The directors of the Federal Home II '
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s' Loan Bank of Winston-Salem at .
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this time are: Chairman Geo. W. Loan Association: Moultrie. On ", ,,
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West, President, First Federal' Savings John A. Leaner, President' 1\hl'l1"J ; \
:, and Loan Association of Atlanta Federal Savings and Loan As->ociatton I .
Ga.; Vice-Chairman, EdwardC. Norfolk, Va.; C. W. Loveland 1
Baltz, Secretary Perpetual Building Secretary, Palatka Federal Savingsand
Association of Washington, D. Loan Association, Palatka Fla : 'iS. ; Jj. I
C.; Geo. W. Bahlke Secretary, Progress James G. K. McClure, Jr., President. l' :
k. Building Association, Baltimore Farmers Federation, Asheville N.
j Md.; Sam F. Clabaugh, President C.; P. W. Spencer, Secretary, :Mechanics -
f'k.: Protective Life Insurance Federal Savings and Loan:

; Company, Birmingham Ala.; J. I Association Rock Hill S. C.; J. r. (_ 7b4\ utf saeouKt LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
,y'" Newton Gordon, Secretary, Cooper- Stevens Secretary, Gate City Building -] tN at 6cao

} alive Building and Loan Association, and Loan Association Green"-1 tyy4lCAStO INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR e
; I Lynchburg Va.; Oscar W. Kincaid,I boro, N. C., and Henry Stockbildgo, NOW
Secretary, Moultrie Federal Savings III of Baltimore Md.








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