The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Appeal Hampton Case Have Special ServiceSt.


The Hendry county board of pub- Margaret's Church plans a

lic instruction will appeal to the SOCIAL SECURITY BD.N. special service this Sunday, October FIELD
31st, at which Dr. J. P. O'Ma- WORKERSI
Supreme Court for a decision on the
honey, LL., D. of Gainesville will of- I

E. L. Stewart was speaker at the case of Miss Nettie Hampton, according -I F. Conger, field manager of ficiate and preach. The district 8 Welfare board

Kiwanis: Club meeting at the Bar- I to a vote of the board mem- the Social Security Beard office at Coincident with _the Feast of meeting held 'recently in Fort Myers i i

racks Wednesday night. No subject bers at a meeting in LaBelle Wed Tampa, calls attention to the fact Christ, King, which occurs annually considered ,a large number of appli- !

-was assigned the speaker and he nesday.W. that the term "Bureau of Old Age on this Sunday, the Diocesan Director cations for Old Age Assistance and i

talked largely in explanation of Insurance" has been substituted for of the Propagation of both Home confirmed: appointments of a few additional i,
D. Bell prominent Arcadia at-
some) of the legislative acts of the that of "Bureau of Old Age Bene- and Foreign Missions, Dr. O'Mahon workers In the territory.
torney, has been retained by the
last session.Mr. fits." This is the division of the So- ey from Gainesville, will pay his Clayton C. Codrington, commis- I
board to assist Attorney L. O.
Stewart began by complimenting cial Security Board which adminis- first visit to Clewiston and speak on sioner and Ivey Futch, state board I
Gravely in preparing and presentingthe
I the. Club on its active,"work for ters provisions for working people behalf of the missions and missionary member from Lake Placid, in addition t
appeal. It is probable that the
I the betterment of the community.He who. qualify for old age insurance. work at St. Margaret's Catholic to the district members were 1
case'will not be heard by the'Su
stressed the value of a local civic It was pointed out by Mr. Conger Church at 10:30 a. m. this Sunday. present. During the day 249 appli-
Court until January. In the I
organization in taking the lead in preme that the change in name will aid (This being the last Sunday of cations for Old Age Assistance were
meantime, Miss Hampton has not I
' worthwhile developments of the in clearing up misunderstandings I the month the local congregation Is approved and 61 were rejected. or
been reemployed by the board.A I
t. & town. concerning the two old age meas- reminded of taking a friend to this number 10 'were approved for J

,I Referring ,to legislation, Mr. Stew- list ,of free-holders in the ures of the Social Security Act- church, thus adhering to a custom Hendry county and none rejected.
) Clewiston -school district is being that is Old Age Assistance and Old originated by the Pastor In havingas I
art spoke first of the new, poll tax This brings the total figure of those Ii
prepared in order that, a petitionmay Age Insurance. as possible observe the Sab-
law. "There is an erroneous idea in many now receiving old age assistance in

I the minds of most people that the be presented from that district "Old Age Assistance, (public assistance bath Day in a fitting way. Hendry county to 42. The average j''f I

poll tax law has been repealed," said requesting the board, to call an elec- for the aged) is a relief The congregation of St. Mary's per month Is $16.19. q

I I I I Mr. Stewart. "As a matter of fact, tion /authorize/ a $30,000 bond i-- measure intended to provide financial Church, Pahokee, will attend at The, board confirmed the appointment III I
sue for the of erecting a
the poll tax was not changed. It is purpose aid for' people 65 years of age I Clewiston Sunday and an appropriate of Miss Betty Faulkner, typist II
high school and auditorium -
new building
i still assessed, a $1.00 per year per I or over who are unable to work and musical programme has been In the Fort Myers Unit, Mrs. Ruble I

capita tax on every individual. in Clewiston. have no other means of support," I arranged by the Junior: and Adult A. Powell, visitor for Lee County, If

ever, it will not be a HOW-I said Mr. Conger. Old Age Insuranceis choirs. Mrs. Bess Pratt, visitor in Manatee Ij

,1 I' voting after 'January 1, CALENDAR 'FOR WEEK based on wages and will be paidto county and Mrs. Josephine Bigelow, Ij

any election held after that date it 'wage earners who are entitled to ENGINEERS OPEN RIVERTO visitor in DeSoto county.In .
t will make no difference whether the I Sunday, October 31. it, regardless of need. I NAVIGATION AGAIN addition to this, Miss Mary H

individual has paid any poll tax." I Special Services at St. Margaret's Mr. Conger emphasized the fact Lamb, Mrs. Charles York and Miss Ii IiI

I The change in primary dates was I Catholic Church 10:30 a. m. Dr.J. that Old Age Assistance (public as- The Kissimmee River, which has Monica Wiley were appointed as visitors

also explained by Mr. Stewart. 'Here- P. O'Mahoney, LLD, of Gainesville sistance for the aged) is administered been closed to navigation for the I In Manatee county. Miss Ruth 11,

after the 'first, primary election will will officiate and preach. by the State in cooperation with past five weeks while certaia dredg- Foerster and, Mrs. Ethel McDermott I:

I be held on the first Tuesday after Monday' November 1. the Federal Government and the ing work was being done, has been were appointed to assist with the "'

j ,the first Monday in May, and the second Immunization Clinic of State I question, of who shall receive this reopened, according to notice from clerical work.

primary will be held on the assistance and how much each recipient the U. S. Engineer's Clewiston afI -
I Board of Health continues at Those now working for the Dis-
fourth Tuesday after the first Monday is given are matters which I fice. However, navigation on the
I school building. Pre-school child- trict No. 8 Welfare Board are as follows -
in May, an advance of thirty the State authorities decide. II(I stream is still limited to craft draw-
!II ren and adults included. Dr. Le- : Miss Martha Nelson, director;
j I: days from the old June dates. Old Age Insurance is the Ing not over 2.5 feet.
land H. Dame, state board of only
Mrs. Barbara Mann, secretary; :Miss
I ?:j Mr: Stewart also explained'the health physician and Mrs. MaryW. part of the Social Security Act thatis I l I Normally the Kissimmee Is listedas Mabel Parker, finance and statistical -

:: Old Age Assistance law, and gave Matthews, nurse, in charge. directly administered by the Fed a navigable stream, but In reality clerk; Miss Betty Faulkner, typ-

r :':i the methods of making application' 10 a. m. till noon. eral Government. The U. S. Treasury I only small craft can maneuver It for ist. In the Bradenton-Sarasota Unit,
i : for this assistance. Applications are the social distance. It closed In
1 Tuesday, November 2. c.ollects. security taxes any was early located in Bradenton, Miss Thelma
I I handled through the district boards through the local Collector of In- I September due to levee construction
Jones Is the supervisor. Miss Lois
: Wednesday November 3.
I of the State Welfare Board. ternal Revenue. The Social Security i work along the stream by Wilbanksand Frost, Mrs. Mary Price and Mrs. i
A j Mr. Stewart then spoke of the Kiwanis Club meeting at Bar- Board keeps the social security ac Pierce, Inc. Mary Blaine are visitors for Sarasota -
; .
; Everglades National Park and of racks 7:30 p. m. counts. The Board
also certifies The levee construction has now county. Mrs. MIna Taylor, Mrs.
r the advantages to the state in making Boy Scout meeting at Scout House I I
I claims for benefits, which
are paid I progressed sufficiently to'permit I Ruth Knepper, Mrs. Genevive Mc-
I 'S-7 a national park of this large 7:30 p. m. by the' United States i
Treasury. I the .resumption of navigation the
r on Gehee, Mrs. Annie Thomas, Mrs.
I tract of virgin tropical land. He ,
" Thursday, November 4. Mr. Conger stated that about 34: K4ssimmee" River. The, dredging by Bess Pratt, Miss Mary. Lamb, Miss
; pointed out the attraction of national -
Ladies Aid Meeting 3:30. Mrs. A. million workers have already applied the contracting company extends for Monica W'iley'and Mrs. Charles York

parks in other parts of the W. Lawrence, Mrs. Foy' Durrence for accounts under the Federalold nly 1 1-4 miles above the highway are visitors In Manatee county. Mrs.

i country and how many visitors are hostesses. age insurance program and everybody bridge, and no Improvement will be I Elizabeth Ingram, Miss Bealah Hunt,

i, drawn .to those sections because of Friday, November 5. who is working now under) found above that point. It will be.I Miss Ruth Foerster and Mrs. Ethel
the With the whole nation"Floridaminded"
parks. Saturday, November 6. this system, has already begun to well for owners or operators of 'craft McDermott are the clerical workers.
said Mr. Stew- _
County board of public instruction accumulate credits toward the bene- wishing to use the river to remember I
art, there will be an increase in the In the Highlands, Hardee and De-
meets in LaBelle. fits they will work. done In
receive in later years. that the dredging _
Soto unit located in Wau-
of visitors because of rthe county
'Influx Mr. Conger's office is located at connection with the levee construc- I
creation of the park. The tract set chula Miss Elizabeth Tarrer is the
1119 Citizens Bank does not extend farther than
'Building, Tampa tion
aside for the park begins about 65 .supervisor. Mrs. Letha Carlton, Mrs.
:Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bradley, Fay and he wishes to call special atten- 1 1-4 miles above the highway '
Zelma Ellis, Miss Sallie Boney are
of Clewiston. i
miles south
Bradley: Martha and Bill Hooker tion to the fact that, through some bridge. or. state highway No. 29. The the visitors for Hardee county Mrs.
I and Mrs. M. C. Hooker of West Palm misunderstanding, War Department does not contem
many employers, Mae Purvis, Mrs. Marjorie Pilcherare
ROUNDS Beach were"guests of W. C. Hooker employees work farther a-
GOLF QUALIFYING and claimants are still j plate any dredging visitors In Highlands county.
EXTENDED THROUGH WEEK and family Sunday. (Continued the stream.
I on page 4) long Mrs. Eleanor Morgan, Mrs. 'Willie

) B. Price, Miss Nina Whitlock and !
Due to inclement weather last 'I
I' Mrs. Josephine Bigelow are visitors

week-end combination, qualifying blind bogey-handicap rounds in the CLEWISTON BOY AMONG SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS I ers In DeSoto for the county.unit are The Miss clerical Mary work-E.

tournament at the golf course were
I Josey, Miss Louise Neely and Miss
continued through this week. .. Muriel Warren. '
Final drawings of the blind bogey
p1L..GNnr 1
will be held on Sunday, and the ,, In the Lee, Charlotte, Collier,

pairings made for the handicap I Glades and Hendry Unit, located in

tournament. I Fort Myers, Miss Hester Graham is
I i the supervisor. Miss Florence Fritz,

I I Mrs. Martha Lass, Mrs. Ruby Clark,
?I Mrs.: Rubie Powell are visitors in

Lee County. In Collier county Mrs.
first carlot shipment of beans Frederick is the visitor. Miss
r Winnie

I I I t- from the Clewiston-Lake Harbor j'r\ { ." i" yn+ ;,,Vh k,,9w.JS,e R .J/ > "j", 4i 4t aC) ,.' Nell,"Carroll and Mrs. Martha Rich-

I 5 area went out Tuesday and Wednesday ardson are visitors in Charlotte

of this week from the M. H. county. Miss Mattie Vertrees is the

Crouch packing house at South Bay. visitor In Glades county and Mrs.

The beans were of first quality and Myra Rooney is the visitor In Hendry -

were picked from the Berner pro- :.. I county. Miss Eunice Shaw, Miss

perty at Bare Beach. 1 Leo Willingham and Miss Mattie

The price of beans is up this weekas I Scott are clerical workers In the

result of the cooler weather and I Fort Myers Unit.

heavy rains over some of the trucking -
The workers In the district are
area. Prices for first quality all
working toward 'completing
\ beans were quoted around $2.30 to ( for: Old Age
$2.40. +mMPp .>, Assistance.pending applications

Chairman Ireland announced that

CLINIC TO CONTINUE FOR : }: auditors from the Social Security

: v THIIEEMORE DAYS Board are expected within the next

>, ; I few days to go over the records of

The immunization clinic being ..... ,_...... ...:..,-..,.- ... ,..,.......,,,. _.. ...u __u' all cases now receiving Old Age As-
conducted at the school building by and resi-
i I These happy boys are enjoying scholarships in tosassa, Florida; John R. Jones, Sanford, Florida; sistance to see that age
t the state board of health will be their freshman year at the University of Florida as Robert G. Morris, Hawthorne, Florida; Russell C. dence have been proven and that

continued each Monday morning a reward for their pre-college efforts in 4-II Club and Peeples, Jr., Tavares, Florida; Wendell Patrick, Paisley, those receiving are In need of the
through November 15th, Dr. Leland I I Future Farmers of America work. Annually University Florida; Franklin S. Perry, Cocoa, Florida; Burgess assistance.

H..Dame, state board physician, an- officials will select 25 boys from the State 'who will Rand, HcJopaw, Florida; Culver Revell Bristol. Flor
,;' nounced this week. each be granted a $100.00 scholarship which is offeredy ida; Cecil Shine, Jacksonville; Florida; Curtis Ulmer. Those attending the meeting were
the Sears Roebuck Company. Largo, Florida; J. C. McCormick, Jr., Fort While. Mr. Codrington, Mr. Futch Chair
..., Dr. Dame will be at the school I Boys winning scholarships this year who are being Florida and Harold Brewer, 541 S. 4th Street. At man Dave Ireland, Mrs. Mere C.
r 'S ;building each Monday from 10 till congratulated at this dinner given by Sears, Roebuck the speakers' table are Dean Wilmon Newell, DeanR. Wauchula, J. H. Hancock,
I. noon and will give immunizations!' & Company are: Eubanks Barnhill, Baker Florida; C. Beaty A. G. Malone, Sears Roebuck & Company Cope-
Schick tests or vaccinations to James W. Beardsley, Clewiston, Florida; J. Fclflcr Bell, Charles Korbly, Agricultural Counsel, Florida I Punta, Gorda; Mrs. D. Graham
Ii I Florala, Ala.; Eugene IL Boyles, Live Oak, Florida; Chain Store Association Pres. John J. TIgert. University land, Everglades, Mrs. A. R. Barn-
well children.
adults as as Harold E. Clark, Gainesville, Florida; Kenneth A. of Florida, J. C. Haynes representing GeneralR. I ett, Bradenton' Mrs. Mary Brownell -

Clark, Greensboro, Florida; Lake W. Coleman, Pa- E. Wood, President. Scars. Roebuck & Con'*"'j Sarasota; Mrs. J. A. McGohee,
hokee, Florida Milton, Florida Dean W. L. of the Agricultural College W ""-a
; Mrs. M. J. Hirsch returned Tuesday ; Cecil M. Crutchfield, ; Floyd Clewiston Bruce L. Davis, Arcadia:
A. Lee French, Jr., Mt. Dora Florida; Leon Goodwin, McJordan, Manager. Scars Roebuck & Con.r..l',, ;
evening from a two months' visit Hastings, Florida; Myron G. Grennell, Homestead. Dean E. W. Gums, R. W. Blacklock. Manager of t.e I Miss Eunice Minton, field representative -

:, with relatives in Lake City. She Florida; JefZ Hargraves, Brooksville, Florida; Carl I Boys Club Work and Mac Grigsby. Assistant to Dean from the state welfare board

I') also visited few days In West Palm Hendricks, Kendrick, Florida: ; Phillip Hurst, Thono-I Beaty. and Miss Martha Nelson district director -
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tfcics Review of Current Events

wk. y r

t Worry r

About HeartBy Davis Heads American Delegation to Brussels. .' siii "

Trying for Labor Peace Special Session

DR. JAMES W. BARTON Somebody Else
Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.WHEN %rao Y'A q NL4 44)4 ctbottt First Typist-I'm. going out tonight

with an Irishman.

Relief for Aliens. Second Typist-Oh, really?
you feel a pain in the ;. 4 J a First Typist-No. O'Brien.
of the heart directly SANTA ,
1'can dependent First
were Step"Today's
over it, below it, aboveit
on public charity in any my wife's birthday,"
T to one side-and you are continental country he'd be out said the manager to his assistant."I .
not doing any work, and it is not want her to be very happy
of luck and out of that country,
after eating a heavy meal, it is when I go home this,evening. Can
too as quickly as they could "
not likely that there is anything you suggest anything?
him out. "Yes, sir; I'd suggest you remove -
wrong with your heart. If, in addition, he openly attackedthe that lipstick from your

Again, you find yourself gettingout government of that country, he'd ear."
of breath easily and you have still be out of luck

been rightly told V (' because he'd be in %' MODERN
that this is the first 't I y'

f ,, sign of a. failing jail.Hundreds of thou-

Y Heart. If, however sands of aliens are V 1
p'Y have been eating ,air \ 1 6 wr S a '
you on relief here. Many s

a too ,much acid of them slipped WAR'p

.k < food eggs bread across the borders ys
cereals. meat fish- r through leaks in our
y the blood and tissues immigration laws-

are 'likely to be 9..?' and brought their (

acid and are' asking folks with them, also 5' ,

for more oxygen, to be cared for
.r s .,rah ? 4!{
which would mean > {:' at the taxpayers' Irvin S. Cobb When shopping this morning I

Dr. Barton having to breathe expense. Some are called at a shop for vegetables.A .
\ oftener. a 'Lh n avowed enemies of our form of
boy just over fourteen years
Perhaps also you find your heart government.
came to serve. I asked for one
beating rapidly perhaps at a rate of Steps to oust such parasites are
pound of onions. With
84 to 90 instead of the usual 72 beatsto Secretary of the Navy Swanson pinning: a special congressional medalon balked on the ground that to do so a
a minute If you are under any Admiral Richard E. Byrd for the contribution he, with other membersof 'would work hardships on their fam- look 'of surprise, he said: "Ain'tgot

tension or strain, or .have just eaten the second Byrd antarctic expedition, which ended in 1935, made to sci- any, lady; they ain't got timeto

'. a hearty meal it is normal or nat ence. The other members of the expedition received similar awards. ilies.We're starting to register these dig 'em up. Don't you knowthere's
Looking on are Admiral William Leahy,' center, and William C. Haines a. fight on in Spain?"-
; ural for; the heart rate to increase.1'onr non-residents. But it's to be a "vol-

Doctor Can Tell. meteorologist. untary" registration, not compul- .Exchange.A .

, However the thought is not that sory. Any person in the audience, scientist says that fish shrink
who be-
:: you should ignore or tell yourself w PLhaJ besides lieves the Madame undesirables Perkins will, come after death. Not when it's an

to "forget" the pain in the chest or to list themselves, and angler who lands them.
:'. under breast bone, the getting out SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S 'WEEK a-running
' thereby kindly
: of breath, easily or the rapid beat Western Newspaper Union. deportation He Certainly Did
raise the right hand.
:; of the heart. The fact that
very A patient was ordered by his
: you have these symptoms and they Davis Sent to Brussels cussed the subject. The restorationof doctor to confine himself to a fish
harmony in labor's ranks is Champion Crooks.
: "get on your nerves" should cause NORMAN H. DAVIS is on his way con- diet. Entering, a restaurant, he
sidered of California to turn with
great importance to the up
:;. you to say to yourself, "I either Belgium, as headof administration for both economicand TRUST. a champion of some- asked: "Have you any shark,
j have heart disease or I haven't, and the American delegation to a con- whale or goldfish?"

t I'm going to find out about it." ference of the signatories of the political reasons.-*_ picion thing. of They burglary arrested and a man forgery on sus-and "No," said the waiter, "we have

Fortunately your family physician nine power treaty organizing a training school for juvenile not."
i.t\.\.. can tell you in a very few minutes which, the optimists l oVt/S x Straus Heads Housing criminals and first one little "Then," said the man, "bringme

whether or not your heart is sound. hope, will put an end NATHAN STRAUS of New York thing and then another. a large steak and onions.

And if he finds it sound then you to the warfare be 4 f ,k< "'.y7. city was named administratorof Surely that would seem to be ca- Heaven knows, I asked for fish."

w: can give the pain, shortness of tween Japan and n tf. the $526,000,000 federal housing reer enough, but this party had ad-

breath, and the rapidity even some China. More realistic program by President Roosevelt.He ditional claims to recognition. He When a girl wears her heart on

irregularity no more thought And observers of the is the son of the late Nathan admitted he had been sentencedto her sleeve, is it a call to arms?

*' even if he finds some actual heart course of events.. ; Straus, philanthropist, and has been forty-nine terms in various jails

trouble, does this mean that you are have no such expec ik connected with the housing work in and penitentiaries, which in itself

doomed to the life of an invalid till tation, for the pactL ; New'' York. His appointment'' would seem to constitute an inter-

=. you pass away? has no "teeth" and ,. > ,h. ,considered a victory for Senator national record, and said that .in k # ,
By simple tests-exercise, holdingthe the conferees can do a .;. Wagner over Secretary Ickes who forty-three of these'cases he had l ,

breath and others-or by means little except talk Norman H. wanted Howard Gray of the PWA been paroled. He didn't explain

of the electrocardiograph and, fluor- Associated with DaVIsministration's named. how the big hearted parole boards

oscope, your doctor is able to estimate Mr. Davis, the ad- _iC- failed to turn him loose before he T1 I Jrt

just what your heart can do roving ambassador, Arkansas Picks Miller I finished those remaining six sen-
"safely." He will give you some are Dr. Stanley "K. Hornbeck and tences.It .

,1 simple instructions as to rest exer- Pierrepont Moffat as advisers. Rob- JOE ROBINSON'S successor as must be profound regret to the : t+. i 3
< ert T. Pell is the officer andC. from Arkansas will be s7J 4<
cise, and food; (medicine is sometimes press boys in Alcatraz and other bide-a-
E. Bohlen is secretary of the Congressman John E. Miller, Demo-
l- given to steady the heart, wee homes conducted by the federal -
crat, for he defeated Gov. Carl G. .
J.: and also to a great extent to steady delegation. government that, owing to the
.',' Before sailing for Europe'the dele- Bailey in the special election by an
: the upset mind), cruel refusal of Uncle Sam to go Many doctors recommend
impressive majority. The Republicans -
received instructions from
By following this simple advice gates had candidate. Miller has into the paroling business on a Nujol for Its gentle action on
faithfully there ,is no reason why President Roosevelt and Secretaryof wholesale basis, none of them, how- the bowels. Don't confuse
been rather lukewarm
should live State Hull, but these were not a supporterof ambitious has a chance to
you not your allotted ever Nujol with unknown products. _
the New Deal in
revealed to the public. congress.
span of life. _*_ equal this splendid showing.
So, don't worry about your, heart.It The invitation to the conferencewas
is sound or it isn't. Even if not issued by the Belgian govern- Airliner Wrecked; 19 Dead Nazi Influence. INSIST ON GENUINE NUJOL

sound, all you need to do is to fol- ment "at the request of the British MASHING against Hayden peak, I'VE been talking with a friend just Copr. 1337,SUnco Xae

low the doctor's advice and so live. government and with the approvalof S in the Uinta'mountains of Utah, from Germany. In old days,

"safely." the government of the United a big transcontinental airliner of I liked Germany as a land flowing

States." China and Japan are both the United Air Lines was totally with gemuetlich and good beer anda GET RID OF

Food Supply in Body Fat. signatories to the treaty. The for- wrecked and its passengers and superior line of liverwurst. I won-
accepted the' invitation to the whether I'd like it well
mer der so now.
: When'an
:r4 overweight individual de- crew, numbering 19 persons, were
cides that he she Brussels meeting, but it was be- killed. Because this fellow says every
or is going to The debris was sighted by BIG UGLY
reduce for health lieved Japan would not be repre- minute everybody must give the
; weight or appearance's scout planes some 10,000 feet up the
sented there. Nazi salute and "Heil Hitler!"
say, ,
sake the
', first and longest mountainside, but efforts of rescue
_-III : If a citizen wants his eggs fried,
toward .
step -
attaining the normal parties to reach the scene were PORES
and. I he says first to the wuiter, "Heil,
figure weight has been taken. Labor Peace Parley hampered by heavy snow. "
Hitler! If he wants 'em turned
The second step is to get a thor- -
in the American Fed- over, he says it twice-once for\'
ough examination the
', Session Called each egg.There's.
physician, particularly heart, blood Labor and the C. I. Cv Special
vessels and kidneys. There have gathered in .Washington. for a con- /CONGRESS was called in extraordinary a swastika flag flying over MAGNESIA MADE HER

been cases of collapse and death ference, designed. to end the warfare v session to start November practically every house. Absenceof SKIN FRESH, YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL ,
between those divisions a swastika flag signifies that the .
following a strict reducing diet 15, and immediately after-
folks who used to live there Romance hasn't chance when big ugly
are now
which could have been ayoided had of organized ward ,President; Roosevelt explainedin a
the labor in America. in the hoosegow for failing to fly pores spoil skin-texture.Men love the soft
? overweight undergone examina- a "fireside chat"over
smoothness of fresh comploxion.
tion and taken six months to a yearto yL ; pr Some of them the radio the same. Denton's Facial Magnesia does miracles
reduce instead of three or four n thought the negotiations %"p)" necessity for this as My friend may have exaggerated for unsightly skin.Ugly pores disappear,
weeks. tx/; % < might result in be sees it. Reporting somewhat, but, I think, not much, skin becomes firm and smooth.

If the physician considers it safe an early settlement 3' "' cheerfully on his because, while talking we came
Y,4iy 'k take
Watch complexion on new beauty
: abreast of a Leiderkranz cheese ina your
;: to reduce and supervises the of their disputes or
amount jYy western trip, he out- window and Even lie first lew treatments with Denton's Facial
delicatessen store
and kinds of foods that will be eaten at least a truce. lined the legislative Magnesia make a remarkable difference. With
during the reducing period, then zrs -: Neither President program which he involuntarily he said, "Heil, Hit- tho Donton Mag-la Mirror you can actually...
the texture of your skin become smoother day by
rk there will be no, going back to the Green nor John L. : '< ',1J declared the Amer- ler! aro washed clean.Wrinkle.

full diet, on the first sign of a little r', vs Ll'aSecy.Perkins' Lewis ventured any :. ican people need to gradually brought disappear.you entirely Beoreyou new know skin it loveliness.Denton'staa
weakness or faintness. This is whenso prediction as to the t'4> promote prosperity. Nominating Barkley.
many'overweights outcome of''the de show Senate Leader EXTRAORDINARY OFFER
give up the These are the five CANVASSES -Saves You Money
struggle and if they liberations. Some students of labor .. gaining as a pos- the
are not under measures he said You can try Donton' Facial Magnesia on
;, a physician's supervision they are politics were inclined to think peace President should be passed sible Democratic nominee in 1940. most liberal off ox we have over made-good for
few week only.We will send a full 12 ox.
a you
wise to give up and get a fresh was not yet in sight and could not Roosevelt without delay: It's high time we had somebody bottle(retail price$1)plus a regular sized box:
start. be brought about without the from Paducah for President. Fora of famous Mimesis Wafer (known throughoutthe
removal Crop production control to "build
the Milk of Magnesia
country a*
The third step or point to remem- of Green from the A. F. of L. an all-weather farm program so hundred and fifty-odd years this'republic tablets), plus the Denton Magic Mirror (shows

ber is that whether the overweighteats presidency and the elimination of that in the long run prices will be has fooled along without only you what$11 Don't your miss skin out specialist on this remarkable HOe) all offer.for
a large or a small quantity of Lewis from consideration for that more stable." one. of our local boys sitting up Write today.DENTON'S.

food, his body is going to require post. Their suggestion was that Wage and hour standards to there in the White House, writing

just a, certain amount. If he eats peace might be negotiated eventually "make millions of our lowest paid messages to congress condemningthe
a more than this the extra food will by replacing Green with some workers actual buyers of billions of use of sugar in cornbread and ,

tr..' accumulate as fat in and on his such'labor figure as Charles P. How- dollars of industrial and farm prod- proclaiming that, if any traitor Racial MagnesiaSELECT
body; if he eats less than this required ard, president of the International ucts." dares to pull down fried catfish,
; amount of food the is union shoot him on the spot. .
r l body or Edward F. Regional planning to conserve nat-
te t
going to that With Alben on the job, we'll not PRODUCTS,Inc. :
extra food
get needed McGrady, former assistant secre- ural resources, prevent floods and \ Iy 4402-23rd SL. .
e? from some place. And the place tary of labor and now Radio Corporation produce electric power for general only have homegrown statesmanship long Island City,N.Y.
the body gets the extra food it needsis labor relations chief, and in job lots, but silver-throated oratory Enclosed find$1 U

from the overweight's own body by giving industrial union groups use.Government reorganization to pro- I which, by comparison, would for which(cash tend or me stamp yourpecial )

',, his excess of stored fat. stronger representation in shaping vide "Twentieth century machin- 'make Patrick Henry seem like a I introductorycombination..: C

"From the standpoint of nutrition the federation's policies. ery" to make "democratic, tongue-tied man suffering from
; proc- :
l, :a' the increased fat deposits or fat depots President Roosevelt displayed active ess work more efficiently." ,chapped lips. For Al can talk an I

of the body represent so much interest in the labor controversy Stronger antitrust laws in further- I hour and never use the same word : No.01.L...........,...............

excess energy; consequently in reducing and received Secretary of Labor ance of "a low price policy which twice or the letter "r" once. : Street Addr*.s...................
.z the weight an attempt is I Perkins at his Hyde Park home, encourages the widest possible con- IRVIN S. COBB. t

r ri made to call forth these fat deposits." I where for three hours they diS-: sumption." C-WNU Service. .= .C"------------State.----------..................... .



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SUNDAY L r---- much "All it wants is practice," pointed !!
!r esson rt : .. ... out the professor.
i 1 :.Xx. a .i> There nice and earthly
I round reason why each of you :
Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof t..nd soft and sweet.I gentlemen shouldn'tuse
Chicago. your left hand with the same 1
Western Newspaper Union. love to peel the dexterity as your right." 1

:..oha /. skin I With a piece of chalk he began ;
all b
? cThey're to draw
Lesson for October 31 a figure, using his right ;
such a. hand, then finished it with his left.
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) "There he said "I defy
: THE MORAL ISSUE IN THE tandy fruit y one to mention a' single action any- I

DRINK PROBLEM > / to eat.R which I can perform with my I

LESSON TEXT-Romans 13:12-14; I !,eCannthL right hand and which I can't do
Corinthians 6:9.11; Galatians 5:16-24. equally well with my left."
: GOLDEN TEXT-Walk In the Spirit and Silence; then a small voice:
ye Galatians shall not 5:16.PRIMARY fulfil. the lust of the flesh.- "Mummy," it said, "can he put

TOPIC-My Neighbors. his left hand in the bottom of his
. JUNIOR TOPIC-The Greatest Law. Charles River Basin and West Boston Bridge. WNU Service. right-hand trouser pocket?"
Why Is It Wrong to Drink Alcoholic Beverages
'Some Can
? !' Reasons Why Boston i

, The YOUNG Moral'Issue PEOPLE in the AND Drink ADULT Problem.TOPIC- High-Rank Among American CitiesPrepared AROUND Items of Interest i.'I

The title for our lesson is well- '! 9e to the Housewife
by National Geographic Society Besides
chosen-"The Moral Issue ,in the Washington D. C.-WNU Sprvlce.GEOGRAPHICALLY growing it raises the Hu .
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f Drink Problem." ,BOS- meat, vegetables, and other foods -
for its armies of workers and
( First, let it be clear that there is op- !
an issue. Those who have business, popu- erates sugar plantations, mills, and Opening Jars.-A strap with a in the future and one is inclined i
I social, or political connections with lation center of rich, in- refineries; grows coconuts, cocoa, buckle on one end can be used to to use these flavorings in interest- '

: /i: the liquor traffic would like to have (,dustrial New England. A few and other tropical products; and good advantage' ,in opening glass ing ways if already at hand.

i us believe that the repeal of prohibition 'minutes' ride from Faneuil Hall annually carries some 40,000 pas- fruit 'jars. Run the strap throughthe !

settled the matter once for ![are more than 5,700 factories New sengers York on, its Baltimore 97 ships, New from Orleans Boston, buckle and, ;tighten it around Using Kerosene Safely.-One of
all. But let us be sure of this fact- and San the cap. This enables you to the safest ways of using keroseneis
Francisco if
and of to 25
over 25,000 stores one different
the liquor problem is at our very ports between Habana and get a good grip,'on the lid. to mix it with wood or coal
Carta- 1
i I door, and it must be met., kind or another. gena. Colombia. ashes, then use a few spoonfuls of
: would Boston does not flaunt these dis- Polishing,Linoleum. Dissolve '!
In the second place, many a this mixture when starting or re-
have us think that the matter of 'tinctions; yet seek and you find she Center of Fish Industry. lump of ,sugar in the water when kindling a fire. This can be stored

f drunkenness is a social. political, .has America's largest drydock; the Though Boston, remote from washing linoleum or oilcloth, anda for regular use in a gallon bucket f)
i or even a physical problem, without world's greatest fish-freezing and grainfields and ranches, must go far brilliant polish will result. or other suitable container.
any moral implications whatever. storage plant.I Here is a center of for bread and meat. she also covers '* *

But those who are informed know America's paper, wool, textbook, much of America with fish, as wellas Small Molds for Pudding.-In Preserving Bright Color.-Cook-
t that even the supposedly innocent 'and cotton-manufacturing indus- bananas. place of one large basin for a ing preserves or jelly rapidly 1

beer is inextricably tied up with ;tries, and the second port in Amer- "But what profit might arise?" steamed pudding, try several helps to retain the bright color of

;, vice and crime. A prisoner in a federal rica in volume of ocean-borne pas- That was King James' query when small molds, placing them all in .the fruit., The addition of pectin i

penitentiary writing before pro- ,senger traffic. Pilgrims asked him, in 1618, to per- one large saucepan. They will shortens the necessary cooking ,
hibition was repealed said, "Crimi- Her deep-channeled harbor, whose mit them to sail for the New World. take half as long to cook as one time. i

nals hail with delight the return modern piers connect with rails and "Fishing," they replied. large pudding. WNU Service. t,
of liquor via the beer route and highways, is one of the most acces- "So, God save my soul!" he exclaimed *
the greater license that the returnof !sible on the Atlantic seaboard; it 'Tis an honest trade. Dried Peel.-It is nice to dry the i''.

the saloon will inevitably bring. has 40 miles of berthing space and 'Twas the Apostles' own calling." skins of several oranges and lem- for WOMEN only i''
With the return of beer will come deep water to accommodate the There's a reason why the Sacred ons and grate them then putting .
open prostitution and gambling." largest vessels. Codfish is an emblem of Massa- them in a glass bottle in the refrigerator CARDUI Is a special medicine for f
:His words were true. I When "poston ships" traded hard- chusetts; why its effigy hangs'' now to be kept for flavoring the relief of some of the suffering ,'

I. Drunkenness Is a Work of Dark- ware for California hides before the in the statehouse, and has hung, in purposes. It certainly saves, time which results from a woman's weak- .
ened condition. It has been foundto
; ness (Rom. 13:12-14)). days of '49, the shoe and leather industry one assembly hall or another, for make monthly periods less disagreeable j
of New To- more than 200 It saved the .
Just as there are darkness and England began. years. ,and,when its use has been
daylight in the physical universe, so day, a large share of all hides usedin early settlers from starving; pre- A Happy Family of kept up awhile, has helped many a

'I there are two contrasting spiritual American leather and shoe fac- served with I salt from England, it Bluebirds for Linens poorly nourished women to get more
I realms, of darkness and light. tories is bought and sold inside one became their first export, their first strength from their food. This met
I Men "loved darkness rather than square mile of old Boston, where source of revenue. cine (pronounced "Card-u-i") has
light because their deeds were evil," seven in the middle of the street you Boston, like Gloucester, catches Take' the Bluebird family "un been used and recommended by
according to the Lord Jesus. (See catch the acrid whiff of newly many other kinds now, from lobsterto der your wing" and embroider 'women for many, many years. Find i
.John 3:19.) This spiritual realm of tanned leather.In mackerel, and helps feed the their five 'plump images'on what- out whether It will help you by
whole ever household linens you'd like giving It a fair trial. Of course, If
United States. And cod
i r darkness is directed by "rulers of Bombay is an old American is no
I{. 1 the darkness of this world" (Eph. :icehouse. It dates from the period, longer the favorite; haddock. is to make really colorful. Simple, not benefited consult a physician.

6:12)), and their purpose is "spiritual ,beginning 1805, when Boston skip- more in demand. and just the thing for sheets, pil- I
wickedness." With the "works of :pers took cargoes for sale in Ja- Go for a trip in a trawler. Head- low-case, towels, refreshment
.darkness" the believer is to "have :maica Cuba, Brazil and India. Now ing for the Stellwagen bank, the cloth or scarf. They're in 8 to the r

4 no fellowship" (Eph. 5:11), but is high-grade electrical machines, dingdong echo of your radio depth-
-to "reprove them" and bring them which include refrigerators, rank finder warns you that you are over What Two

into the light where their true na- among Boston exports. I the fishing grounds, and the big
ture is ,made manifest (Eph. 5:13). Boston's pioneer place in the import -I conical net is let go.
"God is light, and in him is no and processing of tropical Wooden wheels, set on its lower Happen
darkness at all," and those who things is still hers. She and her lip, let it roll easily over the ocean

.have fellowship with him "walk in :neighbors make now more than a floor; big wooden gates at each end, When You ArefnstiPate1

the light." (See I John 1:5-7.) :third of all America's rubber shoes; opening outward keep it stretched d
Drunkenness is a work of dark- the trade name of one cocoa made wide open, so that it scoops up ev-' .

ness. It separates man from God here has been a household word for erything that swims or crawls from : ,"
and makes him fear the glorious :generations. Jute burlap, goatskins, "sea eggs" to squid. d Q

light of his countenance. The solu- fleeces, bales of cotton, sisal, fruit, "Green," or unfrozen, fish is

tion for that awful condition is revealed :-sugar, coffee, all pass this way. shipped as far west as Mississippi; are constipated two things hap.
in v. 14. "Put ye on the Ask how long skilled workers have frozen fish, really fresh fish pre- pen. FIRST: Wastes swell up the bowels and
press on nerves in the digestive tract. This
Lord Jesus Christ." ;served in the same plants; hear served by freezing which will keep nerve pressure came headaches a dull. lazy

II. Drunkenness Is a Work of Un- how many generations of a given in perfect condition a year or more, 71 feeling. SECOND bilious spells: : Partly, ]loss of digested appetite food and start disuness. -
righteousness (I Cor. 6:9-11). ;family have worked at the same reaches the) Pacific coast, while to decay forming GAS, bringing on tour
No drunkard "shall inherit the trades, and you begin to account salted and dried codfish, or "baca- K n bloating stomach you(acid up indigestion until you sometimes), and fieartburn gasp for, '
for the, vitality of Boston industry. lao," is consumed as far away as J breath. _
kingdom of God" (v. 10), and the .r Then: you spend many miserable dayi. Yovcan't
who takes his first drink has Here is pride in good work, inher- southern Europe, the Caribbean, eat. You can't sleep. Your stomach is
man :ited knowledge, genius for crafts- and the coast of Brazil. w our. You feel tired out, grouchy and miser-
put his foot on the path that leadsto
the drunkard's Of manship. Dawn brings the auction in a big"pit" able.To get the complete relief you leek yon
grave. course must do TWO things. 1.You must relieve the
at the end.
; no man plans to go that far, but the Made Banana a Staple Food. pier's Signs on GAS. 2. You must clear the bowels and GET
the walls say all bidding must be in THAT PRESSURE OFF THE NERVES.As .
fact is that such is the tragic conclusion John Hancock Y
probably never sawa offending wastes
soon as are &
I for hundreds of thousands of banana. At the Philadelphia Cen- English; bids are called in Eng- : you feel marvelously refreshed blues vanish
lish, but debates rage with confu- cityw J the world looks bright again.
j men and women-damned for time tennial exhibition, in' 1876, curious sion of r. n y There is only one product on the market
and eternity by drink. crowds gazed in wonder at tongues. that raves you tho double action you need. It
a Then this big, busy fish pier Pattern No. 1524 is ADLERIKA. This efficient carminative
Again in this passage we have the bunch of them. Now everybody, cathartic relieves that awful GAS at once. It i
f answer to our problem. Not reformation echoes with excitement. Men in inch stitch enhanced with often removes bowel congestion in half an
,. from Quoddy Light to Golden Gate, rubber boots, wearing with cross a hour. No waiting for overnight relief. Adler-
not education, not culture from Key West to Alaska, knows caps bit of lazy-daisy and outline stitch. ika acts on the stomach and both bowels. Ordinary
i long visors like duck bills, throw laxatives net the lower bowel only.
j.l (desirable though we Pattern 1524 contains transfer
their smell and taste. fish into baskets and a Adlenka has been recommended by many
; recognize these things to be), but Boston's United Fruit company rope swing pattern of two motifs 6% by 15% doctors and druggists for 35 years. No griping
them to the docks. Others hither after effect. Just QUICK results.
run no
being "washed, "sanctified, and makes the banana, once a rarity and inches; four motifs 6 by 7 inches Try Adlenka today. You'll say you have
"justified" in "the name of the Lord wrapped in tinfoil, today a staple yon, pushing brightcoloredcarts and six motifs 2V4 by 2% inches; never used such an efficient{ intestinal cleanser.
,Jesus and in the Spirit of God." Try American food. filled with fish, followed by color suggestions; illustrations of

that on your town drunkard. Thank Yet its greatest feat is not in sniffing, hard-faced wharf cats. all stitches used; material require- Character MakingThe

God, it works! distribution, but production. Aboutits Bostonians Are Good Sailors. ments. man that makes a character -

I III. Drunkenness Is a Work of the success in turning jungle into These Boston people love the sea. Send 15 cents in stamps or coins makes foes.-Young.
Flesh (Gal. 5:16-24)). rich plantations and its conquestof For generations they sailed it to (coins preferred for this patternto

," The flesh-that, is our bodies ruled tropical disease, piles of fat booksare make a living. Now many sail for the Sewing Circle, Needlecraft
'over by self-will as opposed to God's written. All that is far from fun, yet with all the skill and grim Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York. MOROUNE

will-is revealed in the Scriptures Boston, yet it was a Boston man intent of adventurous clipper days. N. ,Y. I.
': to be thoroughly bad, .and in opposi- Andrew W. Preston, who conceived Be asked to sail in yacht club Please write plainly pattern lARGE JARS Stw1O0I
tion to God. Consider the appalling these incomparable tasks. When he races, especially if all your racing number, your name and address:

,- list of the works of the flesh in began, long ago, the world banana experience has been on the deck of
+: verses 19 and 20. And note that in crop barely equaled what New York a mustang, and you hear a new
the midst of them stands drunkenness. alone now eats in a few weeks! language. On the first day of "soft

',", To get bananas the company had spots" in the air, of tacking, luffing, I
It is the lowest in man that responds to raise them; so it became a vast crossing of bows and sterns, and Piuc

to intoxicants. Little wonder I agricultural concern. Jungle areas shutting off of the rival's wind,
that the Brewers' Journal came cleared and planted total thousandsof sailing seems a sport not only of
out right after the election of 1932 square miles. odd speech but of mysterious mo- !
with the statement that "not one When Minor C. Keith, of United tions.

tenth of one-per cent of American Fruit, started his railroad to Costa Then, all at once, you begin to "
youths know the taste of real beer Rica from Puerto Limon to San sense these tricks of jockeying with FIVE Minus TWO

. t, We must educate them." In other Jose, a 19-year job that cost more boats. Here is horse racing, but,on ,
.t, words the normal taste of an in- than 4,000 lives from fever, there water! Instead of crowding the oth- FOUR"WRONG
telligent person would revolt at the was but little rail in all Central er, riding in to ,the rail' to slow Leaves
'. stuff, but once give it a chance to America. Now the company owns him down, you shut off his breeze '
? Well arid The arithmetic of school days taught
.', stir the lusts of "the flesh" and the and operates its tracks trucks, and power. Ship lines are only bridle that "If Mary ha,'J yes five-dollars no.and spent two ,. three your dollars remained.But .
14 victim is caught. aerial tramways in a dozen tropic reins; stiff breezes are spurs, and
', that is mathematics-not shopping!In managing a home.. guardinga
:, Once again, note the antidote- regions. It has built out spinnaker is
towns piers letting a merely limited family income. ..we've simply got to do better than Mary did.We
live in the power of the Holy Spirit, radio: stations, hotels, harbors, hos- giving your nag her head. must sharpen our buying wits. ascertain where the dollars of extra value
and the flesh with its lusts is crucified pitals; stores, schools, churches, Fair play and good sportsmanshipare lurk. .take five dollars to town and get much more for the money spent.
(v. 24). How shall we have the theaters, playgrounds: shops warehouses ingrained. Inherited English Fortunately, there are ever-willing guides right at hand-the advertisements -
'Holy Spirit and his power in our markets; water light, and ways' and proximity of Harvard, in this newspaper. Advertised merchandise is often exceptionalvalue
\" .lives? By taking the Lord Jesus oower plants and workers' homes with its generations of clean sport, merchandise. It makes dollars STRETCH.I .
Christ as personal Saviour. oy the thousands. have fostered this love for games.


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The Clewiston News after school and at recess time. It true loyal Americans will concur ary pupils. U. S. Constitution Preliminary

is the most popular spot on the play- with those sentiments, despite their Volley Ball- Article 7 of the Constitution pro-

----- ground.A crude expression, and the reaction The volley ball series closed last vided that "the ratification of the .

I'ubished every Friday in Clcwlston great deal of credit should go will prove more favorable than unfavorable week. The tenth grade emerged the conventions oi! nine states shall be

Florida; by the CLEWISTON NEWS, to M. E. VonMach, school board to our state and our Gov- winner of all five games. What'sthe sufficient for the establishment of l'-.,

.Inc. member from this district. The ernor. matter with the eleventh grade? this Constitution between the statesso
ratifying the same."
Clewiston, Harlem and Bare Beach rt-tsketbalI-

KEATHI-EY: JIOWDEX, Editor schools have certainly profited by SNAKE STORY) FT. 0 IN. New goals are being provided for

his membership on the county school RATTLESNAKE IN GLADES the basketball court this week. Ear-

Entered as second class mall matter board. No man works harder at the ly next week basketball practice will
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office laClewiston
Florida, under the Act of Job and more dilligently pushes pro- Tallahassee, Oct. 28.' -Snake stor- begin. Boys and girls teams will be CHANGE RENT RECEIPTS'

March. 3. 1897.SubI'Culption. jects for the schools of his district organized and Coach Morrison
ie.s like fish stories sometime grow expects
than Mr. VonMach. Many of the advantages some interesting
games. /c4'
with the telling, and even the old
which the schools enjoy are Hallowe'en ProgramThe -
hate $2.00 Per Year.Advcrtiring
adage "seeing is believing" will not
Rates On Application. due to the fact that he has gone to second year Home EC girls
always hold. Even so, in the St.
a great deal of trouble personally to are helping the mothers make the
Petersburg zoo and the office of
see that they get them. He works Hallowe'en costumes for the third
Devoted to the advancement and wel- State Commissioner of Game and
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.RAMBLINGS for the WPA projects, and assistsin grade program Friday. I
Fresh Water Fish, -Tallahassee, may
pushing them through. Few things Ladder of Success- I
be found incontrovertible evidenceof
come to those who sit and wait for 100 %-', I did II

..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-<.:.:.:..)o them. mond the back size rattler which the may Florida attain. dia-Mr. 90%-I will I I II I I I 'I

80 % I !
A. H. Baker in charge of the St. can I

j There's a Ramblings ,column In Petersburg zoo has among his rep- 70%-I think I can : 0 P6 NIt

the Sunshine Special, a weekly mag- tiles a diamond back measuring 8 60%--I might try I

.;..;..:..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:......: w) azine published in West Palm Beach ft. and 3 in. in length, which he be- 50 %-I s'pose I can I

We don't know which column Is the 40%-I s'pose I should
returned from lieves is the largest one of its kindon I
Having pust a
per- older of the two. We just happenedon record. The rattler was caught 30%-I wish I could

sonal inspection trip of the now the name of Ramblings and suppose 20 %-I don't know is as simple as it sounds,
Haines In the office of
near City.
houses being built by the company 10 .. I 'can't too. All you need is a modest
another %
I they did, too. Just case -
Commission of Game and Fresh Water -
Ventura' and Sagamore ave- down payment.Then the balance -
over on
. 0-I won't.Dorothy .
of two great minds
Fish the desk of I. N. Kennedy
nues (we will not say the old Celo- near is spread over a period
location executive secretary of the repayable monthly just like
tex anymore-so you may '
well remember where Ventura Bruce Barton, speaking on the Commission, hangs a dressed and : "Why is the flag at half rent. No worry, no bother
as and have something to.
radio the other night (did know mast?" you
I you mounted skin of a diamond back
and will tell
Sagamore are) we you show for your money.
about them. ,he Is running for..Congress in an which he says measured, when kill- Mildred: "This place is dead." '
something are Whether your income is small
election in New York this week?)' ed the between
on Highlandsand
nice indeed and find the,
really very, very or large, you can
will be a splendid addition to the I was asked how he happened to coin Glades counties in 1932 by Con- Carlisle: "Do clever women make exact home for the amount

town. Ten of the houses will con- the phrase used by the Salvation servation Officer M. E., Bass of Avon good wives?" you can afford monthly. If

tain a living room, two bed rooms,I Army, A Man :May Be Down, But Park, 9 ft. 6 in. The dressed skinIs Pat: "Clever women don't become you Home want to build Consultation, use our

He's Never Out, replied that he was one of Dr. Kennedy's prized pos- wives." Owners'
kitchen, bath, hallway, ample clos- Service for ideas-without
searching' the headline for a newspaper sessions, for he believes that it came -
et space, AND a fireplace! The other I I obtit.4:1tion.I.eaql now how
two houses will have those and an appeal for the Salvation Army from the largest diamond back rat- pan er-- easily you can own your homeat

during the World War, and after I tler that ever lived in Florida. II present favorable prices..
additional room for dining. Betty: "Hey, what are you do-
ideas had been abandoned his
many "
Fred Henricksen is in charge of ing with that red lamp?
pencil Just seemed to write the '
construction and Is one busy, man- James: "I found it. Some fool had
Hodge, Is AppointedAs
words themselves. He almost felt
you've heard of bee-hives of activityand left it back there where the read is
that he bad nothing to do with it. Clewiston Federal
here is a good example. I drove washed out.
Another writer had told him once Inspector

down one street and spotted him (he that great writers were only God's Savings and LoanAssociation

wears an aluminum colored helmet and'that I HARLEM SCHOOL XOTES
and' stenographers, when they G. C. Hodge, county agent for
it's to spot) directingsome
talent -
had served their purpose, their Glades and Hendry counties this
workmen the other I afternoon the students of
over on Friday
and their
seemed to leave them
street. I drove there and parked, I week received an appointment from Harlem Academy enjoyed a whole- I
and carriedno ,
had force
writings no Nathan 17.; 1 i FII
and he was back near the beginning.I Mayo, state commissioner of some hour of physical education i 1J..i: ,' lW '.4' { #+<:" ""
finally did catch up with him and why that is included in this agriculture, to serve as special citrus consisting of volley ball, diamondball I
he obligingly showed me the plans fruit inspector for the two coun- and relays. The games were directed -
column is not particularly clear even ties. The became effective -
and the construction thus far. appointment by the director of recreation
I to us. Certainly there is no thoughtthat on October 15.
The houses are on concrete block the cases fit the present local for schools.
After taking up the matter withA. II
foundations with metal caps over situation. Decidedly not Writing I
P. Spencer, vice director 'of the
the points where the creosoted tim does not flow from our pencil of Agricultural Extension Service in Harlem Academy won the beauti- Good Farm

bers that support the flooring are its own free will and accord. It is Gainesville fication and improvement certificatefor
Mr., Hodge accepted the
laid. The houses are designed to be tapped out with sometimes very the term of 1936-37 among the
appointment. believes that it
vermin-proof and Insect-proof as painful mental processes accompanying colored schools in the county. Land
will effect considerable saving of -
nearly as possible. There are false I I
on the ever faithful Royal. time and effort for the growers of
floors beneath the real flooring and The school wishes to express its
both counties as there has been no
storm sheeting on the sides. The ex- for
appreciation to the county board Rent
More things we don't like: The previous inspection In this area and
teriors will be of :5nowwhfte.asbes. officials and the WPA for the
editorial "I", and some editors do those: ,having fruit for sale may now new
tos shingles and the roofs of varicolored -
playground equipment.
use it. have it Inspected by appointment at -
asbestos shingles. One large
the: courthouse in Moore Haven.
two-car building, with eachcar's I
garage Hunting season is in the offing. The legislature set a minimum fee You are cordially invited to visit W>
space completely separate, Js l I
And from the plots and plans we for inspection and advertising whichis the school at any tinie.A. .
placed so as to serve each two houses. -
hear; the game had,,better look out. collected when the inspection A. Thomas, Principal.
The garages will be finished like
stamps are attached. This fee'goes
the hous'es.The .
Frankness Is.to. be appreciated into the state inspection fund and TrespassersWill

interior '.of the houses will where found. A North Carolina to the State Citrus Commission for

be most attractive, according to the theatre: owner advertised "Two lou- advertising and other work. T Be

plans. The living room has a bay sy features and a comedy" A delightful (Continued From Page One) ProsecutedClewiston

window to be of three of sheet windows.rock. The walls change from the colossal pic- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:; I directing' their requests for account
are (same as tures we've been seeing, and a good numbers, claim forms and other information -

the houses on the ,government reser- description of some of them. SCHOOL NEWSBernice to the Jacksonville officeof I

vation). There will be kerosene hot I the Board. This causes delay and I ,

water systems in each house. We places an unnecessary amount of
M.Q....m..a..nRBDQ.DS I
have no authentic information on O'Xeal _____....__........._ Edito work on the Jacksonville office.

the subject but we imagine there Too Late To Classify Billie Hooker __..mh__. Ass't Editor Mr. Conger states that the Tampa

has already been applications made :Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty \ office was established to serve Pas- I

soon.for the houses-or there will be CJ3y 'RJusell KayBBBBBBBBBMgKBBBBHBBBBnBBKg .;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:. co, Hillsborough, Manatee, Hardee, And
Highlands, Sarasota, DeSoto, Charlotte Realty

First Grade 1\"ews- Glades, Lee, Hendry, Collier

The pet wildcat at Lake Harbor We regret that June Colyer, Mer- and Pinellas counties, and you are DevelopmentCorporation

died after an application of mange We of Florida have become more iel Golden, Wilmer Bishop, Chains urged to avail yourselves. of its fa-

cure. These Lake Harbor animalsare or leis accustomed to the blunt, but Miner, Jimmie Fielder, C. J. Johnson cilities.All .

so susceptible. You rememberthe nevertheless picturesque, speech that and Edward Johnson were absent requests for information by I

dog that bit Dick Hall. characterizes the :public utterances ; during the week due to illness. residents in this territory will receive ,i

of our Chief Executive. We are pleased to have some pot prompt attention from the

We do not stretch our imaginations -i Because we know him we realizeour plants for the room. Tampa office. ,..:..;.,:":..:-:..:..:..:":..;..:..:-:.<..:..:..>.:..:..:""

i far enough to say that Okee- interpretation should not be too The members of the First Grade

chobeeans read the Rambling, col literal. We overlook peculiar phrase- enjoyed the Hallowe'en party given

umn. But you'll remember many ology and seek the middle ground, by their room mother and teacher. iJ''

in the knowledge that what Fred The first Home EC class assisted -
weeks ago when Okeechobee broadcast year r' rrfo ;49 g' S
c. '. the news that it was to build MEANS cannot always be determined with refreshments.Third Th e 11 ll1T r
arnpa esj.e 3
6 clearly by what he SAYS.
:= a swimming pool right away, a great Grade 1\"ews-

, big, WPA affair. And we said: Don't The homely philosophy of the The third grade is glad to see

x. do it.. Build some tennis courts! backwoods ,with its deep reverence Ben Bolton and Charles Benbow, Encyclopedia to Readers

\v Well, we were' over there. Sunday for American Ideals and institutions, who have been sick, back in school

y : and there was no swimming pool, but has been pushed into the background I again.

t:: there were concrete mixers on the while sleek-tongued disciples of the i Pat Bailey is visiting outside of .

job and tennis courts are being built. new order dull the flame our forefathers Clewiston this week. ,

So we congratulate them knowing kindled, with meaningless Fourth Grade 1\"e\\9---

." the pleasure and benefits that are honeyed phrases' and oratorical plat- The Fourth Graders are happy to 15 Volume Set Available

g, in store for the town. itudes. have .a new girl, Betty Stough, ,with: .",',:

Florida's first Governor, who lat- them. We hope that she will be as At Amazingly Lava Price :
.. er became the Nation's seventh
happy in our school to
Wanted: Some meat markets as vre are
? president, spoke the same language have her.
with lavatories in plain ,
(: sight, EO we that .
can watch the butcher wash his Florida's Governor speaks to- 100% in Spelling (Friday) __

: hands occasionally. day. His statement, when confrontedwith James Ricks, Noley Geiger. Jean

those who would destroy the Augur, Ogie Arnette, Nora Oslesby,

union and defy constituted authority I Joan Walker "
Esther Brewer, \\'iItI -
The new Hotel thus far Is Just a;: was equally as blunt and pic- I on Stewart, Doris Simmons Wilma A coupon appears in The Times every day.
in the air. That
".' building you turesque as that attributed to Governor Jean Tingle, David Belcher. Any set of six numbered
see on the site isn't the first unit. I Cone, only "Old Hickory"made Puppet Sl ow- coupons, one to six,

" It's the construction office, and a personal matter of entitles to one volume when
-' It and On Friday, October 22nd, at you presented

though these first it few looks days a ,trifle rest assured lonesome it] said'em" he'd himself"go, if down they there didn't and behave.hang 11:30 in the the elementary auditorium,school for a assembled Dental- 'with 49c to The Times or to any of the sub-

in will the soon whole be the Everglades.very busiest The takeoff place-I I would Perhaps have the Governor's remarks Health Puppet Show, sponsored by .' stations listed on the coupon. For mail orders

been better unmade. the State Board of Health. The show add IOc volume. '
r is a bit slow, but when construction Certainly per
they will
bring down upon was very Interesting, the characters
{ is begun, we expect the hotel I his head
: much bitter denunciation. being the child its father .
; its mother Subscribe
to grow faster than Dr. Bourne's pet Reds and pinks will rave and tear and a dentist. The theme was to The Times now and secure this

{r sugar, cane. I I their: hair; political pussyfooters, very educational and impressed upon 15 Volume Standard American Encyclopedia

;;:r. And [ fence-straddlers and vote seekers all pupils the necessity of properly
are the children enjoyingtheir I will wave flags and
thump their caring for their teeth. The sho\7
:' new playground equipment I I manly chests. But deep down in It previously sold for
j.... Just take a look around before and their hearts continued for thirty minute and $69.50.e"rr.r' i
countless millions of was greatly enjoyed by all element
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..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. -: Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and daughter MJiS. PRFAVTTT; HOSTESS AT Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. K. IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION AID? j

f 1S. Patsy and Miss Eunice Meredith DELIGHTFUL BRIDGE FRIDAY Bowden.

|: Personal Mention returned Monday from a visit with i


\_:,\'-I1 ..t"..:*......*...........................*....".................*........*......MM.. .. ................. They accompanied Mrs. Rowan to Mrs.a delightful W. C. Prewitt bridge party was hostessat at her SEPTEMBER TOPS 22 MILLION' Furniture and Home Furnishings :
-- Father J. F. Walsh spent Thursday Marianna to attend the West Flor- home on Circle Drive Friday after- PHILCO RADIOS

in West Palm -Beach. ida Horse Show last week. noon. Consumers who purchased gasoline ,j

Mrs. W. C. Owen was winner of at retail in the State of Floridain Household FurnishingsInc. ;

Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnbcrg Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan returned high score prize and Mrs. C. L. the month of September used

\were Sunday visitors in Fort Myers.Mr. Friday evening from West Downs received a lovely pair of pic- more than 22 million gallons, according 1

Palm Beach, where they had been tures as second prize and Mrs. H. to the monthly report just '

and Mrs. E. P. Mutrux were staying for two weks, while Mr. T. Vaughn was winner of third released by the inspection bureau of BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA, 1

-visitors Saturday inVest Palm Morgan received medical treatmentfor prize. Mrs. F. M. Wright receiveda the department of agriculture. Hend-

:"Beach. a leg infection. Miss Frances set of ash trays as high score ry's part of this total is 81,610 gal- wit

Morgan drove over tot her parents. prize at the Tripoli table.' lons.The L. B. Mershon ;
bureau keeps records of all ,t )
Misses Hazel Prince and Mildred Playing were Mrs. George Augur,
Ward and Ed Ward spent Sunday in Dr. Leland H. Dame and Mrs. Mrs. Horace A. Bestor, Mrs. Mal- retail sales of gasoline and kerosenefor AGENT'

Okeechobee.J. Mary W. Matthews, state board of colm W. 'Bigg, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, the purpose of checking the tax New York Life., ". :1
collected :
them. The
on state's total
health physician and nurse for this
Mrs. J. F. Cross, Mrs. Claude L.
E. Lee of St. Petersburg was district, spent Monday in Clewiston Downs, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. J. consumption of kerosene was 2,430- Insurance Company '1

transacting business Wednesday in conducting the first of a series of W. Ezelle, Mrs. Fred Henricksen, 988 gallons. Hendry county 'users ARCADIA, FLORIDA ;'4gi'E

Clewiston.Mr. I immunization clinics in the school Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. C. Kol- purchased 8,926 gallons.
The county purchased 131 tons ::1 I
I building. stad, Mrs. William H. Lanier, Mrs. :1i
t of mixed fertilizers
during the
and Mrs. Arlo Carson are in I I Wilfred Lockhart, Miss Dorothy i
month. The state's total sales
Fort Myers, where Mrs. Carson is Mr. and Mrs. Robert George entertained Lockhart, Mrs. Byron P. Luce Mrs.E. mounted to 16,070 tons. a- :,1

taking medical treatments.C. with a dinner party Sun- C. Mills, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.R. I f

day in honor of the birthday of their Y. Patterson Mrs. M. M. Prew- i ) l''

S. Pressley of Moore Haven daughter, Miss Roberta. Guests included itt, Mis. G., B. Rackstraw, Mrs. H. COUNTY AGENT'WILL ATTEND "' ;

was in Clewiston on business yes- Miss Sandy Welles, Mr. and J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. G., E. Smith, ANNUAL MEETING OF AGENTS I 'Ii'l .'I,"

terday. Mrs. Gratton George, R. L. Coker. Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs Elizabeth \

Merrell Lowe and Halson Avant. Thorn, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., Mrs. County Agent G. C. Hodge will F ]

George Turner of Avon Park visIted H. T. Vaughn and Mrs. F. M. leave next week for Gainesville

: his brother, H. H. Turner, here Mrs. ,Clara Prince returned to her Wright. where he will attend the annual H1.
I meeting of all the county agents of
Monday.Mr. home in Miami Thursday after a
I week's visit here with her brother-I REHEARSALS FOR MIDNIGHT Florida. The meeting lasts for sever-

and Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley in-law' Foster Meredith and his MASS UNDERWAY BY CHOIRS II' al days and Mr. Hodge plans to at- JACKSON'VILLE ;!
tend the entire
returned Wednesday evening from a daughter,, Miss Eunice.( Dir and Mrs.

stay of several days in Miami. Zerney Meredith, Patsy, Miss Eu- Both adult and childrens choirsof During this meeting every phaseof }I
agricultural GARNETT AND WS.Mini3ct R
activity of the stateis
nice Meredith and Mrs. J. F. Tippoy the Catholic church held their initial -
taken up and discussed. Officialsof ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT .t th,, ;
Mrs. Bowden and her to Palm
Ieathley sons accompanied West
practice of the season Wednes- ., JI
,the .d.sn,fireproof hold In iLt !heart of down.
Agricultural Extension
Kay and Paul, spent Sunday with Beach Thursday. day evening, of the Mass and hymnsto Staff, town iadaonv JU. Every won with tub and 'I'
relatives in Okeechobee.Mrs. be sung at Midnight Mass this State Experiment Station Staffs and iltower, oft wttcjr, the United States Department of Ag- Woof.. tvtry Bed illh innerspring II
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ELECTSNEW Christmas at the church.A riculture will participate.Mr. s.ItrNand rcidlnf limp Running ice j''II,
H. E. Reichard of Jackson- OFFICERS'lIOXDAY water C4i every(lo.,. I:
number'of solos and duets will
Hodge plans to ,be back in AIR 1
ville is visiting her daughter, .Mrs. CONDITIONED
feature the occasion, augmented by his office here COCKTAIL \
by Friday afternoon
Gordon S. Mobley and family. ,
the organ under the direction nf
Maxine Doty was elected vice- November 12. The meeting starts on ____Rates..Slollt! wits" Vivtte Bath !
Mrs. B. A. Bourne, and the servicesof
"Mr. and Mrs. Urey Waldron of president of the Christian Endeavor Thursday, November 4th. 78 Room $2.00 80 Room $2.50 '/
a well-known: violinist from West I 40Ro. M40 24 Room $3.50 1,
Society and Jimmy Hall elected **
I was
Okeechobee the week-end with
Palm Beach have also been procur-i I 10 Smpb ftoMn Prtyrt. Bad $400
relatives here.Andrew secretary at the weekly meeting on ed. CATHOLIC CHURCH L lk.it to** .. ... W>U -w> ievQilr :
Mondays' evening.Bill I ji
I Members of the Adult Choir include LlHOIIV 0.. t+OtD H.....
Beery returned Sunday Owen, president, was in (Father ,J. F. Walsh, Pastor) fAITlW V HOIIL otsoro :
M. E. VonMach, Mrs. H. T. i'
f. .
Mass & *_ C I,
from a two weeks' vacation spent charge of the business meeting, and every Sunday at St. Margaret's ,. ... ,
'' ..n.-- -.. -
Vaughn Mrs. J. 'F. Tippey, Mrs. --- --
with his parents in Savannah.Mrs. Florence Graham and Maxine Doty Church, Clewiston is ,at 8:30a. : iZ'ItFU1'LOPIDA I I
1\(. M. Prewitt, John Kettl,. Sidney :
m. On the last of the
were leaders of the program. Sunday :i
I Hoover, Judson Francis, Miss Livonia I''
Werner Amrein of Jacksonville month at 10:30 a. m. -. (
Congdon, Mrs. Adolph Krumseig, \'
Baptisms by appointment. Visi-
arrived this morning and will
:MRS. VON MACH HONORED WITH Mrs. George Yon and Mrs. Meehan. ;,
spend a few days with Mr. Amrein.Mr. tors welcome. tf ,I
PARTY Members of the Junior Choir are i
Runelle McGehee, {Barbara Smith, \ '
and 'Mrs. C. E. Lear have returned A party of friends gathered at Julia Anne Oglesby, Nora Oglesby, CLEWISTON COMMUNITY:: if ifI j'

from a stay of several weeksin the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mary Smith, Walter Vaughn, Millie CHURCH i I

Panama City.G. VonMach Saturday evening for a Bourne, Mildred Ward, Nick Schif- 1 1iQ

surprise party in honor of Mrs. Von fli, Margaret VonMach, Sue Von Forest C. Taylor, :Minister.: 1I 1I I

B. Thomas of Safety Harbor Mach's birthday which occurred on I Mach, Oliver, Jack and Junior Mar- Sunday school every Sunday -r I I

Xj spent a few days the first of the that' day. I tinez. morning at 9:46. Dr. J. W.. Ezelle, ( ;

week with Mrs. Thomas and Mary In the group were Mr. and Mrs. superintendent., .
Louise. G. E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeA. Junior choir Monday evening at ..a1
1 Yon, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner, I 7:00. ;
Judson Francis returned Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small, Mr. and i Regular meeting of the Christian c

from St. Paul, Minnesota, where he Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, and Mrs. Gertrude weiner roast was given by mem- : Endeavor Society Monday ,at 8:00. IQ! IiQW
with his Jacobs. Choir rehersal Thursday eveningat
spent the summer parents,
bers of the Christian Endeavor Society QiIt1
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Francis. Delicious refreshments of sand- 8:00.
outdoors at the Golf Club last
wiches, cake and coffee, provided by Special numbers by the choir will 1i
night. The committee in charge was [ 11 JjI
the; guests, were served. Include "How Heavenly Thy Dwell-
Mrs. W. W. Perry and sons, Johnnie composed of Florence Graham, Maxine -
ings"-Ashley. "Seek Ye The Lord"Roberts
and Billy, spent the week-end in June Hooker Dick Patterson '
Doty, '
(tenor solo by F. M.
Tampa visiting Mrs. Perry's sister, DR. LO DELL SPEAKS TO, and Jimmy Hall. Games and impromptu -
Wright), "In Heavenly Love Abiding -
Miss Kathleen Lewis. GARDEN CLUB MEMBERSDr.
singing added to the pleasure /'-Mendelssohn. ,

of the evening. The public is very cordially invit- !
Mrs. J. A. McGehee spent yesterday R. N. Lobdeli of the State Ex Those attending :were Louise I ed to worship in the Community, '

in Fort Myers, attending a periment Station at Belle Glade Roath, Maxine Doty, Roberta Spicer Church.

meeting' of the district eight wel- spoke to members of the Clewiston Florence Graham, Phyllis Logan, I II I

fare board. Garden Club yesterday afternoon.His Minnie Lee Pridgen, Edith Nell Cor- Stop at fAjiotelpotdcla. I

topic was "Vines for the Ever- nette, June Hooker- Beulah Guth- Seventeenth Century Mode

Mrs: Hugh Givens of Rome, Georgia glades" and he discussed the varieties rie, Elizabeth W)nn, Laura and Bet- Virginia ladies of the Seventeenth :

is spending a few weeks in I that were adapted to growing: ty Bailey, Dick Patterson, Edward century differed little trom the Eng-

Clewiston visiting her sister, Mrs.A. under Everglades conditions.Dr. Brown, Owen Winn, Bill and Dick lish in their costumes, except that,

L. Morgan. I Lobdeli brought many cut) Owen, William Johnson: Jimmy being richer they were better ableto 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
tings with him to illustrate the Varieties Hall and Francis Wright. gratify their desire to shine and

he discussed. He pointed out outshine. As they manufactured
Mrs. Hansel McDuffie has her With
as Outside Rooms
the climbing habits of each varietyof BEARDSLEY FARM: SCENE OF nothing in the South, all their finerywas
guests her sister, Miss Lucie Pearl fresh Private Bath
from A
vine. A number of potted vines STEAK FRY FOR FACULTY England. Virginia
Luke and her brother-in-law, lady Mrs. Pritchard in 1660 owned
were given Dr. Lubdell to those I
AI-I by -
bert Dean, of Sycamore, Georgia.Mist an olive colored silk petticoat, an- COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
attending the meeting. Four rare Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley were
other of silk tabby one of flowered
I vines were left with the hosts at a delightful steak fry on Overlooking Biscayne Bay
Jewel Russell returned Sunday president'l tabby, one of velvet, and one of
f- Mrs. Wright, and will be Tuesday evening at the Beardsley i
from of several weeks in white striped dimity. Her printed Theatre and
?(;.S stay prizes in Club contests later. Farm easl of Clewiston. Guests were calico lined with blue Two blocks to Shops,
gown was
.t Tampa, Jacksonville and Savannah.She Business Section.
The fellow faculty members from the
meeting yesterday was held silk. There were also a pair of
is employed at the Seminole. i
at the home of Mrs. Elbert Stew- Pahokee High School and their scarlet sleeves and another of ruffled -

art. Attending were Mrs. B. A. wives and husbands. Mrs. Beardsleyis holland; also. a pair of' greet RATES

Mr: .and Mrs. Gratton George, Bourne, Mrs. B. E. Herring Mrs. R. instructor in English at the stockings.

Pete, Chagaris and Ralph O'Neal H. Knight Mrs. O. A., Jones, Mrs. school. $1.50 Single

spent Saturday on a fishing trip W. W. Perry, Mrs. W. C.| Owen, Mrs.A. Among those attending were JohnI.

near Fort Myers. .- O. Ward, Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Leonard of West Palm Beach, $2.50.Double

Mrs. George Royal, Mrs. F. M. county superintendent of public instruction L M. COUSE

Mr. and Mrs. W.' H. Lanier and Wright;, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, and who spent this week on a Special Family, Weekly & ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were vis- Mrs. Stewart. survey of schools in the Glades area Counselor and Attorney at Law; Monthly Rates

itors in Belle Glade Saturday even- of Palm Beach county; Principaland Hopkins Building I:
ing. Hob- Wednesdays and Saturdays """"
Mrs. P. E. Walker, Frank
son, George Benson, Mrs. J. R. York, 0:30 to 4:00 .
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford a.n\\ PARTY FRIDAYThe Mrs. Carraway, Mr. and Mr; s. G. I.

daughter, Anne and Kay, and Mrs.F. T Kendrick, Mr. and Mrs. Hudley

C. Taylor were business visitors Intermediate Girls class of Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Browning

Saturday in West Palm Beach. the Community Sunday School enjoyed Roach, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willis,

a Hallowe'en party at its classroom Mr. and Mrs. Bill Willitts and Mrs. THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill j
Miss Christine Pearson of Lake II in the church building Friday Margaret Wray.
Worth spent Sunday in Clewiston. evening. The affair was in charge come to your home every day through ,

Miss Pearson is Young Peoples loc Marianne Jones and Barbara MRS. H. R. HALL HOSTESS AT THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR i

worker for the Presbyterian Churchof Broadfodt who planned the decora- WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB An International Daily Newspaper

the state. tions, games and refreshments to It records for you the world' clean, constructive dolnss. The Monitor
carry out the Hallowe'en motif. Mrs. H. R. Hall entertained mem- doei not exploit crime or sensation; neither does it Ignore them,
but deal correctively with them. Features for bun men and all the
f1. C. J. Hinkle left Friday to make Among those attending were bers of her bridge club at her home family, including the Weekly Magazine Section.
t- his home in White Plains, Kentucky.He Esther Brewer, Mauryne, Louise on Wednesday afternoon. High ----------------------------- ---------------------------

was joined this week by his sister and Anne Prewitt, Anne Pafford, score prize, a pretty piece of pottery* The One Christian, Norway Science Street' Boston Publishing Massachusetts: Eoelcty

Mrs. Elmer Bush, and her son, Gloria and Betty McDuffie, Jean was won by Mrs. Leslie C. Miller. Please enter jay subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for

William Lee.Among Augur, Mamie, Trice Ogie Arnette, Low ,score, a white flower bowl, by a. period 1 year of i-llM 6 months i '4.SO )months 13.35 1 month 75e
Nancy Wright, Sally and Florence Mrs. I. M. Pafford. Wednwdayjtssiw, Including Magailae Section: 1 year 12.60. 0 Issues 200I

those .attending the movies Graham, Mary Louise Thomas, Mari- Gingerbread with whipped cream Name __.._....._._?_,.......__?_.__......,_________.___.'i
in Belle Glade Sunday were Mr lyn Davis, Doris Simmons, Grace and coffee was served to Mrs Dave '

and Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., Misses San- Ward and Jo Anne Crouch. Mrs. Alston, Mrs. L. C. .Miller, Mrs. I. M. Address-..-------.. ;;;-Copy,.a R.qU1 : -

dy Welles and, Sue Maxwell, R. L. Brewer, Mrs. O. A. Jones and Mrs. Pafford, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. M. .'. "

Coker and Merrell Lowe. I. M. Pafford were also present. E. Yenawine, Mrs. G. B., Thomas,




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: Frank Merriwell at Fardale tLfI6. : ,

: Why Fly From the Unhappy?

The state, of the unhappy makes
I us more sensible of the value ol

The BURT L. STANDISH the happiness
By GILBERT PATTEN Original possess.
Whenever it"is "officially de
CD Gilbert Patten WNU Service nied" there is a "catch" some-
I where.

I Because you are suavely askedto
give your candid opinion, don't
r.:. necessarily do it.

:' SYNOPSIS Frank sat down' beside him once Barney had been disappointed. He Now is it another spree they're No cow feels vain because she
r\ .'" more, "will be the surprise featureof had looked for something quite different cooking up?" is taken for a deer by the hunter

r.-, When Bart Hodge. a vain youth of sixteen, Belinda's party. I hope it's from what had happ'enedwhen "Search me," said Frank and her hide filled full of shot.
t.c ,alights from a train at Fardale he stumbles good." Hodge had accused Merry of ently. indiffer-I Do like to obsta-
over a half-blind ,dog and In a rage kicks you conquer
U- anima The dog's owner. Tad Jones a "I'll let you be the judge," said lying. "Maybe it wasn't a nice "Well, if it is I'll give cles? Try to get over disliking a

small shabby boy who supports his widowed Merry. Then, strumming the uke, place to do it. Frankie," he had we won't be in on it." I I man you have no reason to.
't",', Bart and mother he slaps denounces Tad him.Frank This Merriwell. he sang: said, "but I' never could'have de- "Don't make me cry, Barney. It's

:,. an orphan of Hodge's age prevents him tained my fist from popping him on such a lovely morning."
.... Tad Although the "Not a long time to come, I remem-
from further molesting the.nose. Now what'll he think of Later
two do not come to blows. Hodge sneeringly ber it well '" ,. got on the phone Forne
.'. says they will have to settle their differences schoolhouse maidendid ye? and made an appointment to call Heating
1'. later He and Merriwell had come to Far Alongside a a But what Hodge would think on Professor Scotch in his study at @
. dale to attend Fardale academy, While dwell,
hadn't the pucker 'into Mem- eleven o'clock. The wouldbe III By John
put professor
Hodge consults Joe Bemis truck driver for i Barclay
her life
t-. She lived there in peace, n s
t ;' John Snodd. about his baggage. Merriwell. : well's forehead. He was annoyedat free to talk with him at that n u 9. Heating Expert
f accompanied by Tad and his dog. Shag. was serene, himself. Let Hodge think what hour.
r.' start walking to Snodd's place. Presently Her age it was fair and her hair
.. the Snodd truck: with Hodge driving rumbles was sixteen. he pleased and be hanged! Frank "Did ye mention me, Frank?" Simple Way to Avoid Dust When

'r.; down the road next and to kills Merriwell's Tad's dog.In could laugh that off, but the sting asked Mulloy anxiously."Not I Shaking Grates and Taking

i Occupying the Snodd home a room is Barney Mulloy.'who dislikes "This maid had a lover, a regular. of being made to feel cheap by a over the phone but 1 will : Ashes From Pit

I Hodge. They become good friends. swell, girl with a pretty face and a headas when I see him. Didn't I give you I

'. of Merriwell the academy offers to dormitories help Mulloy by get appealing Into one A cross-legged ruffian and bow-eyed I empty as a hole in a doughnutwas my word?" HERE is an easy way to keep

to Professor,Scotch a friend of Merriwell's as well; I what, got him down. It never "But I ,was a bit fearful you'd IT dust from sifting through the

'... evening Uncle Asher Hodge As is they talking leave to the Inza house Burrage.thatI He said, .'Let us fly by the light of had happened before.So forget." cracks of the ashpit door when

a friend of Belinda Snodd Later they. meet yon star Frank flopped around in bed "I "don't forget my friends, old shaking furnace grates. Quite a

'" Tad. who now has another dog. For you are the eye of my apple, quite a lot that night and punchedhis man. few readers have asked me how it

,' you are.'. pillow twenty times, though the "Still, maybe it's not a thing you can be done, and I'm sure many
I : pillow wasn't at all to blame. Then can do for me."
CHAPTER Continued "Just then her old appeared., more of you will be interested.
(:!' -3- papa having wasted the most of the hours "Oh, cheer up." Frank gave him Here's how:
: it appears, for sleep in such foolish gymnastics a stiff slap on the back. "I'm
". There was nothing to prevent And looked at the scene with eyes go- Have a spray made of small
.;' them from looking in at the win- in his tears, ing to pull for you, Barney. I'm a i pipe, connected with the cold wa-

dows as they walked up to the front His daughter embraced, her pale selfish guy" and I want you for a ter system installed in the ashpit

'! door. Hodge was surrounded by a roommate.
face he kissed, r 1.
of amused girls with whomhe A smile leaped into the Irish boy's r
group Then he rushed with his nose at her ,
was kidding in a free-and-easy lover's hard fist. S face. "It's something I'd thought .Jf1 11/1' / ii
way. Now and 'then he gave his myself," he confessed, "but it ;.

head a jerk to toss back a lock of "He looked at her lover and told seemed 'a little too pleasant to come

hair that soon fell down ,again over him to bolt, true." of the furnace. Only short lengthof

'r7 his eyebrows. Judging by his He drew a horse pistol, 'twas raised The mystery of Hodge's disap-- pipe will be needed. In it have

jaunty, ,cock-sure manner, he felt from a colt; pearance was still unsolved when small holes drilled and cap the

that he was doing all right for Said her lover, 'I'll.die if I stay, it Merriwell set forth to keep his appointment free end. j

himself. is true,' with the professor. Bar- Just before shaking the grates,

;' Barney made a queer sound In ,Said he, 'So I'll fly,' and he flew up ney walked down the road with himas turn on the spray. It will throwa

his throat. ,"Hold me, Frank," he the flue." n far as the gate to the school fine mist over the whole ashpit,

said, "before I go in there and grounds. wetting down ''the ashes as they

bounce the big chicken charmer. out Barney was rocking with" smoth- "I'll be hanging around with my drop through the grate openingsand
ered "Ah-ha he cried
laughter. ,
of a window. heart in me mouth when you come settling the dust .
Merriwell himself 'that lad was a bird, Frank! out "
At that moment Frank, he said. remove the ashes from the

S.; was itching to do something un- All was very still within'the house, "You won't have to wait long," ashpit. .They will be sufficiently

pleasant to Bartley Hodge, who was but behind them sounded swift and said Merry, with a cheering smile. wet to prevent the dust from rising -

giving particular attention to the heavy steps. Bart Hodge came out "I'll make it snappy." and settling in the cellar.
through the door into the moonlight.
fair-haired who
slim, girl But it was almost half an hour, The cost and installation of sucha
played the piano at supper time. "Look here, Merriwell, he said and it seemed half a year to Mulloy.At spray will be but little, and it
hoarsely, "what do mean by
But what surprised Merry most that dirty stuff?" .you last he saw Merriwell returning.But certainly will save you considerable -i
was the way he felt about' that girl. he was walking slowly and his work in dusting off things en '(
uOh-hol"! said
'" Munoy.uHere's
She was good looking, all right; face was the face of a pall bearer. which the dust would otherwise
the .
even better looking now. laughingup Barney's heart moved right down settle. -
into Bart's face, than he had Bart' blazed at him: "Mind your from his mouth into his shoes.
owls business Irish!I" Then he again
previously imagined. But wasn'tthat' a "Well," he forced himself to say Spending Our Days
the ? The faced Frank, who had risen. "Who
always way stunners
when Frank and
t.. were, always easy marks for any were you trying to insult by that came up stopped" Every day is a little life, and
"slip me the bad news, lad.
flattering show-off. They never cheap song? he snarled. "Can take it?" our whole life is but a day re

seemed to have enough sense to see "Why," said Frank, "what's all you peated. Therefore live every dayas
through such fellows. Inza Burrage, this about, Hodge? I was amusing "(Whai Do You Mean" by That "It'll." be no worse than I expected. if it would be the last. Those

he decided, was just another in the myself-and Barney. I wasn't trying Dirty Stuff? "Well" I that dare lose a day, are danger-
hope won't blameme.
beautiful but dumb class. '- to insult anybody." you ously prodigal, those that dare
he fell into a soggy doze just be- I broke an oar pulling for
Now the girls were urging Hodgeto "Oh no? With that stuff about fore dawn and had a tussle with a you. Professor Scotch had to lis misspend it are desperate.Bishop -

sing again. "Again?" Of course her age it was fair and her hair bear that caught him and shook him ten. He asked me to send you to Hall.

f; chat meant he had sung for them was sixteen!I' I resent -it, and Miss until he awoke. The bear provedto see him at four o'clock this after- I
before this. But he hung off Burrage does, too." "
just be Barney Mulloy who had a noon. Make the NamQ
enough to make them urge him "Well, I don't mind you so much, hand on his shoulder. "Aw,". said Barney; "what's the

%; harder. The system worked well. lodge, but I'm quite willing to apol use?" St.Joseph"
"Will wake lad?
you .never up,
He yielded gracefully at the ogize to Miss Burrage and assure
proper "But
maybe you'd better He
said that's the go.
way you "
moment, on condition that Inza Bur- her that" nothing personal was in- sleep you need an earthquake for told me he'd have a talk with the Your"Buy'-wor When You Want

rage would accompany him on the tended. an alarm clock." dean." Then Frank's tone and man- GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN

piano. Then_ together, they looked Bart caught his breath sharply. Bright sunshine streamed in ner,changed and he finished briskly -
.- through Belinda Snodd's music to His fists were clenched and his through the open windows. There : "And he said he was sure he'd I World's Largest Seller af/Ot
find voice shook when he spoke again:
something. be able to back the
was a sea tang, in the clean morn- get you on ac-
"But that's a lie! It was meant as "
"Come said Frank. cepted list.
on Barney
ing air. This was another day. Steel
F "Let's get upstairs where we won't an insult to both of us. springs seemed to shoot Frank out Mulloy staggered. "You deceiv- Never Happens

\ have to hear this." "Now," whispered Mulloy to himself of the bed."Great ing scoundrel!" he cried, shaking a There never was a good war or

" "You'll have to plug up your ears highly pleased, "Frank will let snails!" he exclaimed. fist at Merry's laughing face. "It a bad peace.-Franklin.

if you don't ''want to hear it up him have it!" must be late." was down and out you had me. I'll

'" there, my lad," said Barney.. "Me, To his great surprise, Frank an- get even for that or my name is
"It the bell for breakfast
;' I'm for sitting down on these steps swered quietly: "Hadn't we better was got Bart Hodge."
time said Mul- BLACKMANStock
and listening to Caruso warble. talk this over somewhere else, me up some ago "Now that makes me think of

.:" Don't leave me. Somebody may Hodge? Let's not start a disturbanceat loy.uI thought you'd beat me to something else," 'said Frank. "I
it but wasn't there when I and Medicines
have Miss Snodd's you got know where Poultry .;
,;, to keep me from throwing party. Hodge went to. He's
down I back to what
:' rocks at him through the window." 'You started it," panted Hodge, so came" see been making a visit to the school." Are Reliable

[ So Merriwell, hoping for the 'but I'm going to finish it." was keeping ye. "That," said Barney, staring past .Blackman's Medicated Uck-
"Well back said
f::: worst, sat down with Mulloy. A girl came flying out of the go right Merriwell's shoulder, "is somethingI've ABrik.Blackman's.
house and between them. Frank, "and take my apologies to just this minute found out
sprang my-
1; Meanwhile Hodge had found a the cook and waitress. Tell them Stock Powder
"Stop, Bart!" she cried. "Don't self. He's coming out of the gate
f<; song over which he was laughing. i I'll be there before they can boil 9 Blackman's Cow Tonic
, mind him! He's just too too behind and walking this
t He called it a comic song and that and of three-minute way. Blackman's Hog Powder
serve a couple
cheap! And he looks as pleased as a cat
0 made Inza Burrage laugh too. I Blackman's' Poultry Tabletso
It was Inza Burrage, and the look eggs. that's swallowed a canary bird."
Frank wondered if he. would be He came down smiling, but Be- Blackman's Poultry Powder
she gave Frank burned him up with At that moment, as he came walk-
: able to'sit it out but he didn'twant
linda Snodd gave him no answering Blackman's, Lice Powder
>.-; Barney to know about that. scorn. smile when she placed the three- ing toward Frank and Barney,
Frank Merriwell didn't sleep well Hodge looked like a fellow who had Highest Quality-Lowest Price
: There came a rippling prelude on minute eggs before him. The response -
that night. He couldn't forget the po fault to find with himself or the
the piano, and Bart Hodge struck to his pleasant "good morn- Satisfaction Guaranteed or
t of
look scorn Inza Burrage had world at large. It might be wrongto
into the song. It was something ing" was a slight nod that, seemedto back
" flashed at him before coaxing Bart say there was a twinkle in his I your money
f' about "a maiden and fair"who be worked by remote control.
young Hodge back into the house. She eyes, but they held, at least, a BUY FROM: YOUR DEALER
the blue Alsatian But she brought fried bacon and
"dwelt by
: I
had called Frank cheap, and the gleam of triumph.
I; mountains and it went to tell hot rolls and wild strawberry jam I
queer thing about it was that she "See the rooster strut, muttered
, how "came a stranger in the and fragrant coffee to keep the, eggs Chattanooga Tenn.
had: made him feel cheap. He hadn't Mulloy. "I'd like to crown him I ,
,;. who around whisper. and that at least was
spring" hung company, his comb."
foreseen that she might resent his right on
ing in the moonlight" "till her heart I little joke as a .personal affront. cheerful. "Take it easy. Barney," advised
was all his own. But Hodge could Barney winked. "There's a bit Frank.
There had been another unexpected in the weather he ROLLS DEVELOPED
sing and he was burlesquing of change re "
"But if he starts to crow-
sentimental old ballad in a way that kick-back in that joke. It had marked. "It's cooler this morning." Any size' roll kodak fllm developed! eight
given Hodge a grand chance to play "Let him crow and get it out of ntvtr-rad Velox Prints for only/\ p "
made it really funny. didn't let the change spoil I U V
his Don't make false
the gallant hero, and he had not system. any
Mall Your Films
Frank squirmed on the step. his appetite. He treated that break- Somebody'd and it
missed the trick. Like Inza moves. see you
Something inside him was squirm doubt, the other girls at BelindaSnodd's no ,' fast right. Nor did he seem to no- would count against you." Jack Rabbit Co.u ,
ing, too. Suddenly he laughed soft- tice the absence of Hodge from the SPARTANBURG.8.C.COIN) "
party had been filled with "Now this. said Bart as he came Milting Envelope far Films Furnished
He along nicely without
ly. great admiration by his excellent table. got up, "is an unexpected pleasure."
"Stay right here, Mulloy," he performance.In him there, anyhow. The sarcasm in his smile matchedhis

said, getting up.. "I'm going to get Frank's room, after the at- After they had left the dining words.

my uke out of my trunk. 1 know fair Barney Mulloy had said it was room, Mulloy explained that Bart "Not entirely," said Merriwell. "1

a comic song to match that one his belief that Hodge had been preying had eaten earlier. Then following saw you come out of the school Iw 1N l.4tlACOLDS! !

wad, by Jove I'm going to sing it." for somebody to hold him. As 'a brief chat with Miss Snodd in the gym with two other fellows a while fd 15

Hodge had just finished and was Barney saw it, Bart had been trembling front hall, he had made himself ago."

being warmly applauded when with fear while he was roar- scarce."I: "Oh, did you?" Bart almost uuu

Merry came down again with his ing like a lion. But whether this stretched my ears and hearda beamed. "They were friends oJ LIQUID. TABLETS rlnlt day

ukulele which he had already put was true or not, he had played the word or two of what they were mine, Hugh Bascomb and Walter SALVE. NOSE DROPS Headache, 30 minutes.!

in tune. lion and got away with it. It was saying in the hall." Barney grinned. Burrage." 'r7"Bub-1f1.'I1m1"-World'Best Liniment

"Now this," chuckled Mulloy as his turn to laugh "It was something about a picnic. (TO BE CONTINUED)

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Pole Trips Cost Millions I
Wise and Otherwise
It is not generally realized that
'J Arctic and Antarctic expeditions They call it horse-iense becauseit's
.' have been going on for many cen- OUR COMIC SECTION knowing when to say "nay" i
...Q turies. Indeed, it is about one Up to thirty a girl wants a man j
thousand years since the Scandi- with a future. Over forty, she wantsa

navian Vikings were working their I future with a man.
way up toward the North pole. Have you heard about the gold \
orospector who couldn't sleep nights? I
Dating back from the Seventeenth -
there have been 97 It seems he had a lode on his mine. I
century .
expeditions towards the North o I noopie I 0 Holiday cruelty: Man takes his I
wife into with echo that !
; pole. It is estimated these expe- \ cave an so
l ditions cost more than $25,000,000. she can't have the last word -1
: Antarctic exploration has been A physical culture expert recommends -' ;

much cheaper and has yielded In wrestling as an aid to health. !
4 much more valuable results. "A grapple a day means no doctor :

From the.time of Captain Cook to ... to pay"? !
Scott, some'700,000 pounds sterlingwere V Cautionary tale: There was a girl
spent in the south. Since who finished up as an old maid because I
then Wilkins and others IFTII she wouldn't stop talking long
Byrd, : i
\ have spent another half million in y j. i iIIJiI enough to let anyone propose to her. i

1. the Antarctic. ..i? i 60 .1

\ The Lowly Peanut ?p E IIJiI f ii i

"'. Some 300 useful products have 0Iril :::::; I River of Life I !I

> been made from or with peanuts, I
it is claimed, including butter,
,, cheese, candies, coffee, pickles, LOVE is the river of life in this
oils, dyes, lard, shaving lotions, Think not that ye knowit
.', flour, soap, breakfast food, linoleum who stand at the little tinklingrill
I ink and greasy the first small fountain.

Paper is made from peanut shells. ...... Not until you have gone throughthe
4t1 i The peanut crop in the United rock gorges, and not lost the
I States is worth about $60,000,000 stream; not until you have gone I
annually. through the meadow, and the
stream has widened and deepened ;
) I
: until fleets could ride on its bos- I
om; not until beyond the meadow :
A Three Days7 Cough I I I II {
:." j- I L 1'I, I I'. you have come to the unfathom- 1
I rl: Itl able ocean, and poured your treas- I H
Is Your Signal .1.
Danger I r I I.I. I.. ures into its depths-not until then u i I!
: No matter how many medicinesyou ?tilj: L r I.I I I can you know what love is.- R
have tried for your cough, chest .j j. Henry Ward Beecher. .I
cold, or bronchial irritation,you can .l .I. I I v
get relief now with Creomulsion. I'j:;j
.- Serious trouble may be brewing and l
you cannot afford to take a chance
with any remedy less potent than S E ji
Creomulsion, which goes right to HEADACHE.ji
the seat of the trouble and aids na-
ture to soothe and heal the inflamed I
mucous membranes and to loosen r

:r and Even expel if other the remedies germ-laden have phlegm.failed, I /J II

on't be discouraged, try Creomul- IIICopright ( h Y 111 REMEDY I :
sion. Your druggist is authorized to ( lY. N.
refund your money if you are not
thoroughly satisfied with the bene- .
fits obtained from the first I
bottle. Creomulsion Is one wordnottwo WHy SHOULD I RAKE ALL STARTS WORKING IN: ;J
and it has no hyphen In It. THESE LEAVES ToC>=THER- -I'LL BURN TrIEM l
Ask for it plainly, see that the name theE / JtAST To BURN THEM- WHERE THEY'RE AT-
on the bottle is Creomulsion and I THINK VE GOT A SWELL SECONDS l
you'll get the genuine product and IDEA .1
the relief you want. Adv..) '1.'

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Place of Peace
, .; Whatever brawls disturb the E 11 l
street, there should be peace at ..
"J' h "
home.-Isaac Watts. '
A :';
.4. -. ... L"Ply" J// ",
constipation by a e' Drop a Bayer Aspirin tab ,
? let Into a tumbler of water. '.;
j GOOD LAXATIVEMany r v'i By the time it hits the ,'
I I i '.::' bottom of the glass It is '!,'
folks get such refreshing .. .... disintegrating.This -.
relief by taking Black-Draught for .' speed of disintegration :..'

. "::.. ,. constipation that they; prefer it to IE ..... BAYER Aspirin enables tablets genome to .<.
; other laxatives and urge theirfriends start "taking hold" of >

.,, to try it: Black-Draught is made of I pain headache a few minutes and similar after ':4,

.,:7. does the leaves not disturb and roots digestion of plants.but stimu-It R / NOW- A 1&HT--AND #//orHAtJKS / / on. FANNYfjK /' /////////////// taking. :'

lates the lower bowel so that constipation / TO WATCH THE FLAME I / ESP, i i f
', is relieved. CREEP AROUND THESAVINt"s l l |..itVLI All people who suffer occasionallyfrom
I' headaches ought to know
', HE 'if'fP i
this way to quick relief.

purely vegetable laxative At the first sign of such pain,

;:.f, -, take two Bayer Aspirin tablets
S. A
with half of water..Some-
1 Words of Counsel #C a glass
:' r Z r f times if the pain is unusually
To youth I have but three wordsof ,
counsel!-work, work, work.- .. If D severe, one more tablet is necessary -
::1 Bismarck. 1 t later, according to directions. :

'j i : S) -VIPL If headaches keep coming backwe ,

By advise you to see your own i':

physician. He will look for the .... ,
OsborneWNU Ir cause in order to correct it. ;

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WINDER CAREFUL __ -7 T'SO- MOW j virtually cent a tabletTo .,,

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than its fill from a
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Brings Blessed Relief


Try a bottt Why Suffer?
,, THE'
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'j have to work at marriage
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may be selfish unsympathetic, 'i
but that's the way they're mado
0 St1. and you might as well realizeit., :J
1 Afoot Famous Singer .. When your back aches and your

TGOLD KaFs I- : .f// on nerves yourhusband.scream, don't lie can'tpossibly take it out .\

_, OPERA SINGER I R know how ;you foalFor 'j
,t' CANARY CeE! Yq three generations one woman .,
BET ft3R has told another how to go "smil "
'r' Sold Exclusively by ( ---- ,- lzuN, M1z FItdNEy.y ing through" with Lydia E. Pink-
Cnglcy'a Pet Shop '
i ham's Vegetable Compound. It i
".! Tho Canary with a College EducationWe helps Nature tone up the system 1I I
train them toeing They are taught to imitate thus lessoning the discomforts from, ,
the flute violin and chimes-and to actually out- E c.fiiU1
disorders which
the functional
wag and out-trill the greatest operatic iton.
SOLD WITH TWO WEEKS' TRIAL, women must enduro in tho three
ordeals of lifo: 1. Turning from j
MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE By Ted girlhood'to womanhood. 2. Preparing ;
They sing constantly, morning, noon and night
for motherhood. 3. Approaching
Don't be a three-quarter wife .
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Ibs. Grass PIONEER 'GLADES RESIDENT enjoying the Ibass fishing on Lake Licensed Watct'me..', on Thames Derivation of Word "Bible"i

20,000 Carpet DIES AT HIS HOME FRIDAY Okeechobee. They stayed at the In the days of I 3ueen Anne, there The word "Bible" comes originally

Seed Sold In This Area Moore Haven Hotel while in town. were 10,000 licensed watermen on from the Greek byblus or papy.--
(Moore HaveneDmocrat) the tidal rcache ? of the Thames I rus, the name of the material

Vincent Vaughan Mason, 61, pass- above London brie Ige. which ancient books were written.upon

County Agent G. C. Hodge has re- ed away at 8:45 last Friday morn-' Statement of the ownership, management 1JA

ported the sale of 20,000 pounds of Ing at his home a mile east of town I circulation, etc., required -

carpet grass seed to cattlemen of, following an illness of several 'weeks by the Act of Confess of August 1' W; inTVt 1:3.7/Afij4t: ;[
Glades and Hendry counties for the
i with partial paralysis. During the
24, 1912, of The Clewistoii
r- I planting of Improved pastures. I!fore part of last week he had appeared News, published weekly at Clew-

The largest portion of this ten to be gaining strength but iston, Florida for October 19. 7.

tons of Grass seed was purchased by on Thursday took a turn for the
State of Florida,
Dr. Flipse for planting on his ranch worse and his death was expectedat \ .
County of Hendry.
north of LaBelle. Some of It has any time through the night. ,
Brothers Beforo me, a Notary Public in and ,
been planted by the Lykes
Mr. Mason was born on March 14", ,,
Cattle Company and some by C. C. 1876 at Carey's Falls, New York, for the state and county aforesaid, T ,; '.
personally appeared Keathley Bowden I"
and Mark R. Tennant
the son of Edmund and Nancy Ma- .,, "
who, having been duly sworn ., "
are together improving a large acre- ,)
son. At the age of fifteen he begana '
according to law, deposes and says ,{s" ., .j ,, -',"F :
career as a butter maker in his or"
age.Mr. that he is the editor of the Clewis- 'F
Tennant stated this week home town and continued in that
ton News and that the following is, t
that land was being prepared and work until 1898 in Stoneman and ': ;\ >'; "i )
to the best of his knowledge and ,
would soon be planted by him and Stan bridge Station, Quebec, and in ,
belief, a true statement of the own- i" >
his associates amounting to a total North Bangor, New York. From ,'0 '
ership, management, etc., of'the ; ; :
acreage of about 1,000 acres. A 1899 to 1902 he was a railway clerkat >: '
aforesaid publication for the date ;
portion of this is between highway Norwood, New York and from _
shown in the above caption, required : r '
67 and Lake Hicpochee and the remainder 1902 to 1905 was a station agentat : ,
by the Act of August 24, 1912,
north of Boar Hammock. Ellenburg Depot, New York. It '
embodied in section 411, Postal P'
was during this time, Feb. 17, 1903, > 1 : tIntIng
Laws and regulations, punted: on
GRADING EQUIPMENT that he was united in marriage with 3of /
the reverse of this form, to wit: ; :.
MOORE HAVEN STATION Miss Laura Hammond. The six years
1. That the names and addresses
between 1905 and 1911 he was em-
(Moore Haven eDmocrat) ployed In the general offices of the of the publisher, editor, managing

R. .Boe and his associates, first I Rutland R. R. at Rutland, Vt., and editor, and business managers are:

', on the market In this area with fall!from 1911 to 1914 was in the of- Publisher, The Clewiston News, .

fices of the C. M. and Q. R. R. at Inc., Clewiston Florida., :fir fat
string bean crop, have secured the Editor Bowden Clew-
3.: Keathley ,
Chicago.' It was in 1914 that Mr.
bean grading belt ,used In previous and Mrs. Mason moved to Florida iston, Florida.

seasons by Otto Larsen and are be- and settled at Gladecrest, between Managing Editor, Keathley Bowden -

Florida. ,.. ,
Clewiston, .
ing allowed by the Atlantic Coast what Is'now Belle Glade and West "
Business Manager, Keathley Bowden -
Line Railroad to install the belt In Palm Beack. The following year they
moved to Moore Haven to make their. Clewiston, Florida.
the east end of their main freight home. I II 2. That the owner is: The Clewis-

room, which, at this time is much I ton News, Inc., Clewiston Florida;
On November 11, 1935, Mrs. Mason -
F. D. Duff, Clewiston, Florida; S. B. .
than their needs require.
larger :
was fatally burned In a stove I i: ii.
Beach, West Palm Beach, Florida.
Electric fixtures are being Installedthis explosion: at their home while Mr. s SI
3. That the known bondholders,
well and Mason was on federal jury duty In
as as a, telephone mortgagees, and other security hold-
Tampa and he was left alone. The
by the time the next picking Is doneon ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
rose garden which they had plantedand
of total amount of bonds, ', '". ,' ''
their acreage east of town the mote ," '
worked together and which had I ",,,' Mjierittt I
mortgages, or other securities are:
beans may be 'graded here Instead of proven a successful business enter-

being hauled to Belle Glade. prize was left to him alone and I None. : '
I 4. That the two paragraphs next !

The first ten-acre tract which was through the two Intervening years above, giving the names of the own- : !, ; t2'

picked last week produced close to he has carried on with the work until ers, stockholders, and'security hold- cff ,; :

five hundred hampers on the first he was forced to his bed several :
ers, if any contain not only the fist : : (
picking. These were taken to Belle weeks ago with an attack of pneu- of stockholders and security holders :! } :

Glade to be graded, packed and monia. Just recovering from that as they appear upon the books of : :
illness and able to be out of bed I ,. ;
sold for $1.60 per hamper.. The sec- the company but also, in cases where : '

ond picking on Monday this week for the first time he suffered the the stockholder or security bolder : ,. : ,:: .,:<:\ ,:..,

produced two hundred more hampers paralytic stroke which eventually appears upon the books of the com- '' "

which sold .in'B l1e Glade for caused his death. '
pany as trustee or in'any other fiduciary < :j
$2.10 a hamper. The third and final Mr. Mason had been a member of relation: the name of the i : ;

picking on" this, field is expectedto the Masonic Lodge for thirty years, ,p' 'Seei'
or corporation for whom ; ,
joining in 1907 at Rutland Vt. Dur- person ", .; "
take place tomorrow and by I I ,"
such trustee is acting, is given; also '
Tuesday of next week another tract ing his residence in Moore Haven he '
that the said two paragraphs con- "I'X
will be ready for picking.The has been one of the most active ,
tain statements embracing affiant'sfull : : r
members of the local lodge, servingas ,
first picking on this next knowledge and belief as to the ;
secretary for a number of years ;'A ,
field is expected to be the largest circumstances and conditions under :: ,:
and at the time of his 'death was
single picking which will come off which stockholders and security
Worshipful Master. .
the entire fifty acres planted. Thereare I holders who do not: appear upon the ,
.. ,: ) '" 'i" ''',"" ; .
Funeral services were conducted I : ,' :" '
approximately thirteen acres in j books of the company as trustees, '' : : ;>
Sunday afternoon at the Methodist ,,:' , ;:'
this tract and the vines are even hold stock and securities in a capacity :
hardier and contain more fruit and Church with Rev., E. Davis Conway other than that of a bona fide : :.,, ', :> '. ': ',

bloom than the first tract picked. in charge of the service. A selectionby I owner; and this affiant has no rea- The

The price is a male quartet composed of Paul (lemton
holding up exceptionally son to believe that any other person :
well this week and is expected to Boe, F. F. Vorhees, W. L. Wethington association, or corporation has WSJ:

be good for sometime. Bean move- and W. E. Daniel and a solo by any interest direct or indirect in the

ments from the east and south' Paul Boe, with Mrs. Florence H. said stock, bonds, or other securities >H }'i-J

shores of the lake are not so heavy'I Ryan as accompanist were the musical than as so stated by him. :<, ; '> '
; \"Lz "
as yet and the recent: cold weatheris numbers in the service. Follow- KEATHLEY BOWDEN. ; ; ,; ,;" <. ,

reported to have ended all threat I ing the ritual service, Rev. Conway Sworn to and subscribed before '-: '(" I ,

., ., .
from any of the Atlantic Seaboard paid a glowing tribute to the man me this 5th day of October, 1937. '.' \ "

farming areas north of Florida.Mr. :whom everyone ,had known and had (SEAL) BERYL BOWDEN, "

Boe states that he will be ina learned to love. The church was fill- My commission expires March 11,
ed with sorrowing friends for the
position not only to grade his own 1941. j 1l -tH: 1. J. th K;!. 1
( service and the number of beautiful
beans but will handle the crop of
floral offerings banked over the alt- -- -.,
any other local farmer.
ar and the front of the church were

a fitting farewell to one who had

Hyacinths Being Moved so loved flowers. :

From Lake Rim Canal Following the church services the
body was taken to the Ortona Ceme-

tery where: the local Masonic lode:

.,' Driven before a strong northwest conducted the Masonic burial serv-

wind yesterday afternoon the hyacinths ice. This impressive service was led

which for the yast year have : by Wm. R. Anderson, of Fort Myers,

District Masonic Deputy and almost I
blocked they canal between Moore
Haven and Nicodemous Slough began -I the entire membership of the local

lodge participated. Active pallbearers
to move rapidly out of the can- -I
were Past Masters of the local
S ; through locks and on their
way to destruction in the Gulf. Al- lodge:* I. E. Scott, J. P. Moore, J. M. I

Couse, W. L. Bellamey, S.
though the barricade which was 77
and A. W. Lawrence of Clewiston.I I f
placed the canal a year ago by
the U. S. Engineers to prevent the Honorary' pall bearers were: Geo. L.I

hyacinth jam from moving into the McGwigan, Mack Greene, W. L. |I

locks at that time, was removed Wetherington, W. E. Daniels, R.

several days ago the wind has'not Boe and Carr Settle. The body was

S been from the right direction to prepared for burial and arrange-

make the hyacinths move with any ments were in charge of the Ever

degree of glades Funeral Home of Pahokee.
rapidity until yesterday.To I
One brother, Frank B. Mason, (.fl I

the hyacinths accelerate the the engineers movement placed of .New Providence, New Jersey. and aj=I

', !half-sijster, Mrs. Alice Austin of "
a boat in the canal
yesterday to
Canton, N. Y., are the only rurviv-f'
plow into and break: up the jam. It
ing members of the immediate family -
is believed that if the northwest
and neither of them were able\
wind continues for I I
a day or two I
to attend the services. A
longer that a considerable portion of slster-tn-I I ,
law, Mrs. L. W. Hagcrty, of Flu "
I Ii
them will have been removed. ill
Ing, New York, arrived Saturday h-1 / ,
This portion of the "
levee canal assist with funeral arrangements j
y has not been used to any consider- and to take
.. charge of the affairs ('f .
'; ,able extent for navigation since its the estate. "

'5. completion and it was not until recently -
... ,
when the hyacinths backed up MAJOR LEAGUE PLAYERS 'r-'

into the Spadaro channel from the HERE SUNDAY FISHING \ I

rim canal to the lake at Nicodemous -

Slough that any considerable Inconvenience (Moore Haven Democrat)

'r','> was caused. Having Bill Dickey, catcher for the world ]

started with the removal it is considered champion New York Yankees baseball -, 6PSOUKt

y- probable that the hyacinths team and Henry Johnson, formerly -': fi900 611f LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
will, in the future be allowed to with the i tNAS

<', flow through the locks instead of! with Montreal same team, were but here nowplaying I Maw 1US81LAti9 INCREASES POWER SAYESVEliR 1 .

being barricaded, off over the wtek-end with their wives ," '


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