The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00656
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00656
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I I[ Co. Officials AssuredOf Ground Is. Broken This
C Cane Harvest Season For '

i New Road Work

: : 1937-1938 Will Begin On Representative Elbert L. Stew- Week For New 80-Room

art and County Commissioner Alto

Hires spent Thursday and Friday in lewiston Hotel Building
>: "J Monday In D.S.S.C. Fields I Tallahassee conferring with state I

L<' officials concerning road buildingand .
> :::, 4 other matters effecting Hendry I

,,:., Grinding Season Begins Beardsley Is SpeakerAt I county. Russell Rich Addresses Room Capacity One- 1
:.J. Commissioner Hires was particu- ,

'.: '. : ". Twelve Days Earlier Kiwanis larly interested in the road .depart Legionnaires TuesdayRussell Quarter Greater
,.. .' f": Meeting I ment building up and placing a hard
2 : ;. Than Ever Before surface on the Fort Denaud road Than Old Inn I
which was made a state road by an Rich
.: E. district vice
,; ) ., The Kiwanis Club observed the II
act of the 1937 legislature. Repre-
Armistice Day holiday with a suit- commander of the American Legionwas I
Happiness reigns in the sentative Stewart explained to mem- Ground was broken during the
supreme able program Wednesday evening bers of the board that he passed the principal speaker at the meet-I'1 past week for the foundation for ,
:,; Everglades today. The 10,000 ton J. E. Beardsley being the
speaker. of Clewiston Post No. 93 held 1 ;
.... .. 1937 act declaring the road a state ing a new Clewiston Inn, containing 80 '
- grinding tandem of United States Mr. Beardsley's talk was particularly road and that on account of the at the Barracks Tuesday evening.Mr. rooms. On Sunday evening, Septem

'1 Sugar Corporation at Clewiston begins interesting as he described in de- farming and grove interests in the Rich's talk was on Legion ber 19, 1937, the old Clewiston Inn 1
? tail the causes
of the
.j- and the
.i next week to grind 5,000 tons war Fort Denaud section the road is absolutely was completely destroyed by fire
policies and Objectives. Other speakers
of the German Ideals -
of I necessary to the prosperity and has resulted in a serious shortage -
- cane each day and will operate which led to the actual
declar- the included Ken-
: up ,and advancement of the com- on program I in hotel accommodations,
4 1 continuously until a.n. the sugar is ation of wan!. ,He .then. discussed. the munity. neth Williams of Fort Myers, who ,which, is aggravated by the approachof

extracted from the sugar-cane grow- war itself and the military tactics Other road projects, includingthe discussed the organization "Sons of the sugar harvest season in the

; ing on some 18,000 acres. Steady Armistice.The which preceeded. the signing of the work on road 164, were discus-. the Legion" and described the purpose -I Everglades.The .

work at good wages is assured more sed and Mr. Stewart and Mr. Hires i I of the group, and Luke Towles, new hotel, being built for
than 4,000 field employees for the entry: of America into the were assured that the contract had :I also from the Fort Myers Post, who I Clewiston Hotels Company, will face
next four and one-half months. war helped as much in stimulating been let for this work and that it'I''described the Fort Myers MunicipalPier the Public Square and abut on the

.,.. :..:':'\ Jay W. Moran, Vice-President in the morale of the then desperate should be started immediately. The operation which has just been I I Sugarland Highway, State Road 25
.j; charge of operations, stated that the Allies as in the 'actual fighting H. E. Wolfe Construction Companyof assumed by the Fort Myers Leg- I from West Palm Beach to Fort My
harvest season would be about 7 strength which the United States St. Augustine was awarded the ionnaires.The ers, and will be of fireproof and
2"-.. months instead of only 4 1-2 months forces added to the combat, said contract, and should begin moving meeting was enlivened by the I termite-proof construction as well

.: if American sugar producers were Mr. Beardsley.In equipment to the job at once. Con- presence of seventeen visiting 'Legionnaires -! as being highly wind resistant.
.: not denied the right to supply the describing the actual situationat tractors are allowed thirty days to '
most of them from Fort I Plans are ,from the board of L.
:.. ;,: sugar requirements of the American the time the Armistice was signed begin work on' a project, it was ex- Myers and Alva. Clewiston and La-I j Phillips Clarke of West Palm Beach
;::, people. He said, "If the American the speaker said that a large plained. I
t Belle members attending brought and in so far as possible, local labor
,. ::" producer be permitted tq fill the sector of German soldiers were be- I
; the total attendance to 36. Group will be employed in the construction -
: sugar bowl of the American people, I ing closed in upon by Allied forces, I
'. -, Martin New Manager singing of war time songs was en- work.:. To fit local conditions.
? and that the realization that II I
instead of only 4,000 people being
Bob to
' 4 joyed by the Legionnaires, and be architecturally adapted
_" given employment in the Everglades I man'morale was at its lowest ebb
Local Clothing StoreW. Chamberlain of Canal Point was. at surrounding structures the British
/ .- the number would be upwards of I and that the Germans were power- the piano. Colonial motif will predominate.The .

:'....... ',' 'd-, 50,000." This increased employment less to prevent this entrapping of 'I The visiting Legionnaires arrivedin structure will be of steel fram-
. ': .;ii. in the United States at higher than their men, led to their aceptance of N. Martin of Stuart was installed the 40 and 8 locomotive from ing, adequately braced for wind

h.tr1.J average farm wages would result in the terms of Armistice, which as manager of the ClewistonDry I Fort Myers with Fred Loudeimilk stresses, the outer walls being of cement -
:.-: 't'4/':..,' tremendous increases in the demand though only temporary served as Goods Company on Monday, replacing as engineer. brick veneer and concrete next
i'-: ?}: :.'.. for the necessities and comforts of I the means of terminating the fighting B. J. Schroeder who has I to waterproof and reinforcing'ma-

. "' ": .":' :. life and would create employment and as the basis for the final been with the store since its opening Fort Myers.Defeats I teiial on the steel frame; inner walls

-<, .::: .: f. for as many more persons in other!.peace agreement. here three years ago. will be gypsum with final :wall cov-
;., parts of the United: States, as so well Mr. Martin has had considerable Locals In Tennis MeetThe ering adapted to the use to which

., stated by Mr. Clarence R. Bitting, Calendar For Week experience in merchandising, hav- the rooms will be placed.
President of the company, "How ing served as manager of other In 'discussing the new hotel, F.
'; can we find employment for our stores affiliated with the local store. Fort Myers tennis team won Deane Duff, President of Clewiston

-J\ : ;; ..... people if the government insists that Monday, November 15.- He was for a time manager of the over the Clewiston tennis team hy Hotels Company said, "In keeping
1 70 % of our needs be supplied by Pahokee Dry Goods Company and here last Sunday, and
!/ Tuesday, November 16.- I I a'close margin with the growth of Clewiston
, 'J the labor of alien peoples?" Immunization clinic concludes at later managed the Wauchula Dry the total match score being 5 to 4Clewiston's the increased demands for hotel ac-

Throughout the harvest season, school building lOa. m. Goods Company. He has also been ace singles player, coinodations that, will unquestionably -
guides are supplied free of charge connected with the J. C. 'Penny Com- took. Smith
P.-T. A. meeting promptly at 3:30: Gordon Mobley Raymond follow the completion of High-
", for hourly trips through the Sugarhouse : school building. Dr. Leland H.t! pany in retail trade. two straight sets 6-3, 6-2. G. M way 26, the capacity of the new Inn

,': ...-, .. ,". from 9:00 A. M. till 4:00 P. Dame and Mrs. :Mary :Matthews, Mr. Martini has already placed orders Ford lost to Perry Snell 1-6, 0-6. will be one-quarter greater than
M. each day except Sundays. Winter speakers. I for an extensive line of fall Bob Beardsley lost a close match to that supplied by the Inn recently

.' .... : visitors to either the East Coast or merchandise, some of which has already Tom Brunson 9-11, 6-2, 5-7. A. L. destroyed by fire. The location of
Gulf Coast will the mile Wednesday, November 17.- I arrived. He states, that within 2-G
; r enjoy sixty Hackett lost to Graham Jones the new hotel on the public square
trip into the heart of the Everglades Kiwanis meeting, Barracks, 7:30: a very short time his stock of 3-6. J. H. Spikes defeated H. Smith :I should prove of great convenienceto

':' over Sugarlaud Highway, State p. m.BQY merchandise, including shoes and 6-1, 7-5. the traveling public.
'1; Road 25, passing miles of farms devoted Scout meeting at Scout House I ready-to-wear articles, will be' com- The Fort Myers number! one dou- "The method of construction, new
.; not only to the production of\ 7:30: p. m. plete, and he is anticipating a brisk bles team, Perry Snell and Graham to South Florida, was selected after
.',' ..: sugar-cane but miles of farms supplying -,Thursday, November 13.- trade through the ,winter season. Jones defeated Gordon Mobley and the most thorough and painstaking

fresh vegetables to the northern Garden Club meeting'at Mrs. F. G. M. Ford 6-4, 6-4. H. Smith and study and will supply accommodations -
: I' markets in the middle of win- M. Wright's. 700 ROSE HUSHES ARE Moreland were beaten by a narrow superior to those available in
ter. Friday, November '19th.-' I PLANTED IX CLEWISTOX margin by J. H. Spikes and A. L. any comparable city., The sound and

Field operations will begin on Saturday, November 20th.- Hackett 6-3, 0-6, 8-10. H. Smith steady growth of Clewiston, due
Monday as hundreds of laborers will! Hunting season opens. I Local residents this week have and Satchell lost to Leroy Hare and largely to the fact that the city is
;. begin cutting cane on the company's Ed Ward 6-2: 6-4. the center of activities of United
fields along the south shore of Lake I SCHOOLS CLOSED TO PERMIT I transplanted 700 rose bushes in The Fort Myers Junior doubles States Sugar Corporation, which has
.: .. Okeechobee. Each of the company's I TEACHERS TO ATTEND MEET their gardens, this number comingin team defeated the Clewiston junior demonstrated" that the Evergladesare

six plantations has its full quota of I one-shipment sponsored by the doubles team 6-0, 6-0. The players ideal for the production of sugarcane -

. laborers on hand and.. ready to begin Hendry county schools, which 1 Clewiston Garden Club. The Club being Moreland and Satchell over should continue in the fu-
work. closed Thursday in observance of for several years has sponsored a Ed VonMach and G. M. Ford, Jr. ture.
tf&t\ 'l, Three shifts of employees will be Armistice Day, will remain_ closed The return matches will be play- "The encouragement given to
'." at work in the sugar house which all day today to' permit teachers to group order thus obtaining quantity ed in Fort Myers Sunday, November small farmers by the United States
!' ::... .. operates 24 hours daily. All sugar attend a meeting of the South-west prices for local gardners. Each individual 14. Sugar Corporation to place part cf
o house equipment and all equipment Branch of the Florida Educational I places and pays for their their farms in sugar-cane and tlihs
i. in the transportation department including Association which meets in Punt; own: order which is sent "in by the The railroad ticket owes its or- be assured of a staple crop, will undoubtedly -

locomotives, railroad cane Gorda. Club. igin to Thomas Edmondson of Lan- add further to the growth
'cars, Athey wagons, tractors, trucks Since today was given as a holiday : The roses arrived Tuesday and caster, England, who in' 1836 was'station of Clewiston. The growing appreciation -
1 and. cars were completely reconditioned the Friday following Thanksgiving -I were distributed under the superVision master and booking clerk of the fino fishing in Lako
."S { far th beginning of the hap- will not be given by. the school. of Mrs F. Deane Duff' who at Milton on what was then the Qkesohobeo la causing greater deb<3

(GOhllrtUed Oil!) ?ag8 8 ) board as a holiday Was In charge 6f the rose order Newcastle & (GarllslG Hallway, (Continued:() oa rage G3)


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.THE l iiUe CttEEHFUL CHERUB. tfetcs Review of Current Events what \ (gbbJtftJ't UntlePluL

miss so much of LION'S TAIL TWISTEDBritish ). St

somehow thinks p:
life Soldiers Are Killed by Japanese .
As we pvrsve. our about
selFish ends ; English Ship Is Sunk by an Italian Bombing Plane : Shame Is on Him

V/e'ct really h ve, Species of Candidates.. He who stumbles twice over the

fvT' I think aM SANTA MONICA, CALIF.-It same stone deserves to break his
more shins.
all kinds of candidatesto

If we would tJl hbe.tter make up this world. Maybethat's Environment has much to do

with the formation of character,
"" why the world seems so
but there were several among: the

... t overcrowded. Pilgrim Fathers who were not at
") a a / J There's the candidate who belongs all pious.
;+'sYfl'S r :
; n r/ I IY'R to all the secret orders(if he left Men who sway the world know

aN R off his emblems, "- what other men's brains are.worthin
M he'd catch cold; helping them do it.
Q knows every grand c
1 hailing sign there is; : Constructive criticism is the
kind people don't listen to eagerly.
WNU Service. ,, 6 y :fyG.r .F.scam. hasn't missed a
lodge brother's fu- Lies sometimes result from
tb i!" r neral in one's being too inquisitive.
: years; can 7 4i
Our Lives Are BooksWe hardly wait for the r .4 $" Goes for the Autoist! Too
next to die. No
are all writing' books-his- campaign complete ,Discreet stops makes speedy
tories of our own lives, and we journeys.One .
without him.Candidate.
can omit nothing, soften nothing; <
/ special- grows hard-boiled by ex-
only the naked truth can be izing in the hearty ''i/ perience, but that doesn't make be-
marked on those pages.-Henry
ing hard-boiled pleasant.Is .
handshake, the neckirvin S. Cobb
Ward Beecher.
embrace, the shoul- it possible that when men be- /

der-slap, the bear-hug, the gift of gan to wipe the dishes matrimony .. .
V began to decline? "
remembering every voter by his first
3 MIINUTSAFTER. name, and the affectionate. inquiry

4 regarding the wife and kiddies.
p When he kisses a baby, it sounds

like somebody taking off a pair of .
wet overshoes. Usually has a weath- Yes,

Eating-Drinking erbeaten wife needing a new hat.

Strutty candidate who's constantly
leading an imaginary parade of Constipation

ALKLIZE 50,000 faithful followers. Loves to

poke his chest away out and then
\ follows it majestically down the Is SeriousBut

street. A common or standardized

AFTER A species. It Can't
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HEAVY Friends of the duke of Windsor when he was prince of Wales and Biblical Wisdom. Poison You!
MEAL'S Edward VIII, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sims will be hosts of the duke and
his duchess during their forthcoming visit to Washington. Mr. Sims is IN THE Book of Nahum, Chapter
an attache of the British embassy. I came upon this verse: 9e9a Say Doctors BBS....
"The chariots shall rage in the
streets, they shall jostle 'one against Modem doctor now say that the old idea of
poisons getting into your blood from constipation -
another in the broad ways; they is BUNK. They claim that constipation -

.. Y1My' ,fC+ wpLtd shall seem like torches, they shall nerves ewclla in the up the digestive bowels tract.causing Tide pressure nerve on
run like the lightnings." pressure fa what causes frequent bilious
SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK spells, dizziness, headaches, upset stomach
Those Old Testament prophets dull,tired-out feeling,sleepless nights, coated
Western Union.
bad taste and lose
tongue of appetite.
certainly peered long into the
a way
Don't suffer hours or even days longer than
future. Because I traveled by night necessary. You must GET THAT PRESSURE
an independent Arab
British Are Enraged state with I
a Moulay Allal El Fassi as king. through a main thoroughfare leading RELIEF. Flush the intestinal system. When
ALONG JAPAN and Italy have been vig- + from Los Angeles to the sea and offending wastes are gone the bowels returntonormaieizeandnervepressureSTOPS.

EVENING orously twisting the tail of the More vice versa, and I knew what Nahumwas at once you feel marvelously refreshed. Almost -
British lion, and if they keep it up, "Piracy"ITALY'S describing.But blues vanish, and life looks bright ogam.
that mighty beast be stirred to latest twist That is why go many doctor are now insisting
may the lion's
not even an inspired seer of on gentle but QUICK ACTION. That
action. Within few five Brit- tail in is why YOU should insist
days Adlerika. This
a came the form of the on
The fastest way to "alkalize" is to the Bible could imagine a record of efficient intestinal evacuant contains SEVEN
ish soldiers were killed and a num-. bombing and sinking of the British
carry your alkalizer with you.That's traffic mortality so ghastly as the carminative and cathartio ingredients.
what thousands do now ber wounded by Japanese shells in'the steamer Jean Weems in the Medi- I Adlerika acts on the stomach as well as the
we've already compiled in this
entire intestinal tract. Adlerika relieves
that genuine Phillips' comes in fighting at Shanghai. The Eng- terranean by a ."pirate" airplane.The year of 1937 A. D. (automo- stomach GAS at once and often removes ...
tiny, peppermint flavored tablets lish there charged the killings were London Daily Herald's Barce- grace bowel congestion in half an hour. No
bile destruction-or a people so violent action no after effects, just QUICK
-in a flat tin for pocket or purse. deliberate, in retaliation for the aid lona correspondent reported that speed-mad. results. Recommended by many doctors.
Then you are always ready. the British gave a "suicide battal the Spanish loyalist government asserted and druggists for 35 years.Insight .
Use it this Take 2
way. Phillips'tabletsequal ion" of Chinese in escaping from. a that the plane bore markings

to 2 teaspoonfuls in "alkalizing"effect of liquid warehouse in Chapei, the native ,showing that it was piloted by Bruno How to Fight Japs.

Phillips' from the bottle. At once quarter, to the international settle Mussolini, son of the Italian premier.The WHENEVER we have a Jap A moment's insight is sometimes -
you feel "gas," nausea, "over ment. The British and Japanese pilot gave the freighter's crew scare, I' think of worth a life's experience.-
crowding" from hyper-acidity begin i admirals had a hot dispute over the only five minutes to take to life- Uncle Lum Whittemore, back in Holmes.

to ease. "Acid headaches," : right of the former to prevent the boats and then sank the Weems with. west Kentucky, who loved to dispense -
acid breath," over-acid stomach passage of Japanese launches up bombs. wisdom as he hitched one
are corrected at the source. This Soochow creek. The British battle cruiser Hood practiced instep on a brass rail and How CARDUI
is the quick to ease own .
distress-avoid way offense to your others. Soon after the Japanese began was sent at full speed from Palma, with his free hand fought the resi- Helps Women
shelling the residential area of the Majorca to Barcelona to investi- dent flies for the tidbit of free lunch
settlement and an outpost where gate the attack.In which he held in his grip. Cardui Is a purely vegetable medicine -

....., English soldiers were quartered was parliament the critics of the S One day a fellow asked Uncle found by many women to ease
,'" destroyed. Continuous shelling of government led David functional pains of menstruation. It
by Lloyd Lum, who had served gallantly in
'. Shanghai by the invaders endan- George, demanded a stronger Brit- the Southern Confederacy until a also helps to strengthen women,who

gered the British and American ish Mediterranean policy. Lloyd very hard.rainstorm came up, what have been weakened by poor nour-

lines the border of the interna- George flayed the government for he'd do if the yellow peril boys invaded ishment,by increasing their appetite
\ tional settlement and shells fell bolstering up the international com- America. I and Improving their digestion. Many

close to the American warship Au- mittee on nonintervention in Spain, "I'd hunt me a hollow tree in the have reported lasting benefit from
gusta, Admiral Yarnell's flagship. whose history after 14 the wholesome nutritional assist-
months he denounced deep woods," he said. "Yes, son,
, Japan is angry over the alleged as "discreditable and dis the owls would have to fetch me my ance obtained by taking Cardui. If
help Britain is giving China in the honorable." you have never taken Cardui, get a
WOMEN WHO HOLD mail. I been readin' up on them the nearest
warfare and there is a movementin -* fatalists." I bottle of Cardui at drug
Japs. They're store, read the directions and try it.
Tokio to break diplomatic rela-
::'o THEIR MEN tions with London. This is urged Budget Conference "What's a fatalist?" demanded

by the "council on the current situa- WHILE members of congress someone. Good Work

t: NEVER LET THEM KNOWNO tion," an unofficial body composedof ,, beginning to move toward "Near ez I kin make out," stated There's many a good bit o' work
high army officers, political Washington for the extraordi- the veteran, "a fatalist is a party done with a sad heart.-George'
":J matter how much your leaders and other influential per- nary session, President Rooseveltin that thinks you're doin' him a deep Eliot.
'<. aches and your nerves sons. The council adopted a reso- his Hyde Park pussonal favor when you kill him."
1 scream, your husband, because ho Y:
Is only a man, can never understand lution warning that unless Britain '-r. home was busy ti
why you are so hard to livo "reconsiders its improper attitude" planning means of EMINENT DOCTORS WROTE

with one week In every month. Japan may be forced to take certain b o>h<',: carrying on the gov- Hollywood Fashions.
Too often the honeymoon express : THIS OPINION!
is wrecked by tho nagging -steps of "grave determination" ;;;,. ernment program. SOME envious style expert says t.c9
tongue of a three-quarter wife.The against Britain, despite ,the "deep Especially was he Hollywood fashions are too gar- ".:colds result from
t triso woman never lets husband friendship existing between the two interested in the ish. If he's talking about Hollywood s; acid condition of the

know a victim by of outward periodic sign pain.that' she is countries for the last sixty years. ".a- budget, and related males, I say they're just garish body...they prescribe I

Fortbreogenerationsonewomanvas Japanese troops invaded a partof ,7 financial matters, enough. If they were any more various alkalies"-ex-
told another how to go "emilJ the international settlement and to advise on this garish than they are, visitors would cerpt from medical journal.The

ing ham's through"Vegetable with Lydia Compound.E. Pink-It guarded by American marines and ,1 he called in Marri- have to wear blinders, and if they ALKALINE FACTOR la

-4 helps Nature tone up the system seized a Chinese junk loaded with 3. < ner S. Eccles, headof were any less garish, Italian sunsets
thus lessening tho discomforts from rice. General Beaumont, comman- the federal reserve would stand a, chance in the competition LUBIN'SMENTHOL
the functional disorders which dant of marines, immediately en- M. S. Eccles system. Treasury And I want the championship -
women must endure In the three COUGH DROPS 51
4 ordeals of life: 1. Turning from tered a protest and the Japanese Secretary Morgenthau and Budget to stay in America. HELPS BUILD UP YOUR
}' girlhood to womanhood. 2. Pre- apologized but the marines did not Director Bell already were there, Billy Gaxton picks out something -
paring for motherhood." Approaching consider the incident closed becausethe and all listened closely to Mr. Ec- suitable for a vest to be worn to a ALKALINE RESERVENow

Don't be"middle a three-Quarter age. wife; Japs didn't return the junk. cles' talk concerning current business fancy dress party and then has a

take LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S The British government was not conditions and the stock mar- whole suit made out of it. Bob !
VEGETABLE COMPOUND and expected to take any action that ket situation.An Montgomery's ties are the kind thatI
j Go "Smiling Through. The time to take advantage
4 would further anger Japan lest it immediate problem before the buy in moments of weakness and the future is today!
should endanger the success of the President and his budget adviserswas then keep in a bureau drawer be-

parley in Brussels. financing a proposed loan on cause I'm not so brave as Bob is;
checksMALARIA corn, to help farmers hold their and also I keep the drawer closed Muscular

Morocco corn past the present period of low because I can't stand those sudden
6 6 6 In three daysCOLDS UprisingsNATIONALIST prices. Morgenthau and Agriculture dazzling glares. And Bing Crosbyis Rheumatic PainsIt

b.: uprisings in Secretary Wallace have been either color-blind or thinks every-

Morocco which have studying possible means of financ- body else is. But his crooning is takes more than "just a salve" to .
IALY LIQUID TABLETS first day been giving the French governmenta ing that government aid program mighty soothing. And so it goes-- draw them out.It takes a "counterm ",
!. NOSE DROPS Headache, 30 minutes. lot of trouble are blamed on agentsof without increasing the treasury deficit red, pink, green purple orange, Irritant" like good old Musterole 5*.

.; X7"Bnb-My.TLna"-World's Best Lbdmeat "a foreign totalitarian power" beyond the last estimate of sky-blue and here and there a dashof -soothing, warming, penetrating
;1';, meaning Italy. The disorders, main- $695,000,000.It lavender. and helpful in drawing out the local
:J'". ly in Casablanca Fez congestion and pain when rubbed on
.: 'COMPARE< with ,hot ItaliMai *t Medina was decided by the Presidentthat Our local boys gladden the landscape the aching spots.Muscular .
:t-." any prlc. tht ....utl. were quelled by troops, mostly Sen- the Commodity Credit corpora- with the sort of clothes I'd lumbago, soreness and ,
ful stew Nmr-Fad VII lox Pictures lack egalese legionnaires, and hundredsof tion should provide' $85,000,000 for stiffness generally yield promptly.Better .
Rabbit ilvti you. Any tlz* roll kodak wear, too-only my wife won't let
:':: | Mm .:'" Printo tar only . . J Authorities said investigation from the RFC and repaying the sartorial me. Stop motto, and these jealous our plaster, Musterole has been
.f; I Thousands of Kodaktri fll.25'r showed many of the natives had latter agency when congress makes used by millions for 30 years. Recom-
',' |I Bctttr Pleturi for Liu frctn been paid from 10 to 20 francs to the appropriations. Sec- designers back east'can kindly go mended by many doctors and nurses.
', necessary
Jack Rabbit Co. take part in the demonstrations.The jump in a dyepot.IRVIN All druggists'. In three strengths:
(COIN) retary Wallace said the corn loans S. COBB. Children's mild
O PARTANBUHa, t.0. nationalists, Regular Strength, ( ),
plotted to set up would be about, 46 cents a bushel. i e-WNXTServlc*. and Extra Strong.

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Pride in PerfectionA UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Howland island is a treeless

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II\ GREAT deal of the joy of ANOTHER. 0 on Various Subjects 1,800 miles southwest of,Honolulu.It .

\ .; life consists in doing perfectly SUNDAY LessonBy was uninhabited until' January,
1935, when the United
States De-
1 or at least to the best which ofone's 1. What are the ten most beautiful by, ,murmuring, tranquil, mist, partment of Commerce in antici-
i ability, everything REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST words selected by Wilfred J. luminous chimes golden and mel- of air
I he attempts to do. Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof pation routes, began to
Chicago. Funk? ody. colonize it, together with
I There is a sense of satisfac- < > Western Newspaper Union.
, tion pride in surveying such 2. Is the President of the United 2. 'No. The, only one who has and Jarvis islands near by. Both

I a work-a, a work which is rounded States vested with the authority to authority is the governor of a the United States and Great Brit-
Lesson for November 14 call out the National Guard? state. ain had claimed these, islands and
in all
full, exact, complete
Ir its parts-which the superficial 3. In what direction must one 3. If you traveled westward granted concessions for their ex

I man, who leaves his work in a THE CHRISTIAN MINISTER travel around the world to gain a around the world you would gaina ploitation, but as they had been

I slovenly, slipshod, half-finished day? day, yet if you made the same abandoned, our state departmentheld

I condition, can never know. Timothy LESSON 2:1.4.GOLDEN .TEXT. I Timothy 4:6-16: ; D 4. What is the legend of the Kil- trip eastward you would lose a would that the first to colonize them
gain undisputed
i It is this conscientious completeness TEXT-Neglect not the gift thatis kenny cats? day. Relays of Hawaiian schoolboys .
which turns work into in thee.-I Timothy 4:14. 5. What is the of 4. until
population They fought nothing was
i PRIMARY TOPIC-Two Brave Preach- have been paid to make me- .
art. The smallest thing, be itI China
I I ? left but the ends of their tails. teorological observations on the
well done, becomes artistic.- TOPIC-Two Brave Preachers.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- Answers 5. The population of China is estimated islands and maintain-the United
William Matthews.
Why and How Ministers Are Trained. 1. They are: Dawn, hush, lulla- at 474,787,000. States title. ,
The Christian Minister in the Modern
World. \ "

"The Christian Minister"thereis Jiffy Knit Blouse and Skirt I i_ ... .

I TavatZt ) ectpe no greater calling among men, .
but none is more often the targetfor COLDS ,

{\I' OU thf2 Wh-' :those misrepresentation outside, and all and too often abuse the by front and back-no side seams. %%ts car r gZ

.victim the carelessness,weakness, Make the blouse with long or
j i i and sin of those within its own cir' short sleeves and a plain skirt. "

j' Succotash Chowder. cle. On the other hand it has had, I Pattern 1568 contains directionsfor DROP ,rl c

I 3 slices bacon 1 No. 2 can succotash and continues to have to this day, :. making this blouse and a plain TREATMENT .
1 J l\'I4I. 2 onions Salt and pepper within its ranks such a'noble army j I.f knitted skirt in sizes 16-18 and 38-
V white
2 potatoes 2 cups medium sauce '
j 3 carrots Chopped parsley of faithful and sacrificial"men as 40 (all given in one pattern); illus- FoR RELIEF -
would probably be impossible to duplicate trations of blouse and stitches
j Cut the bacon into small pieces
i and fry until crisp. Chop the onion, in any other calling. used; material requirements.Send PEN ETRO.

! dice the potatoes and carrots and The study of today's lesson should 15 cents in stamps or coins NOSE CONTAIN DROPS EDNEDRINEBLACKMAN

! add to the bacon fat, and fry until arouse in the hearts of Christian 7 rr f l s ilr (coins preferred) for this patternto

: the onion is a light brown. Add people a high regard for the minis- The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft

I the succotash and about a cupfulof try as a calling, and a kindly'' pur- Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York ;
water. Cover the pan and pose to aid their minister/ to 'live N. Y.

simmer until the potatoes and car- up to its glorious possibilities. Every Please write
1 your name, ad- Stock and
true minister who studies it will Poultry Medicines ,
' rots are tender. Season with salt dress and pattern number plainly. i
and Meantime make the find his spirit humbled before God
pepper. Are Reliable
! medium white sauce and add it to in thanksgiving for the privilege of i.
i' the cooked vegetable mixture. Allow service, and in prayer that he may Built on Air Lots .Blackman's Medicated LickABrik. -
be forgiven for his failures and em-
the mixture to heat through \
powered for the work of the future. The Merchandise Mart is built .Blackman's Stock Powder j
thoroughly to blend the flavors. '
Serve hot with a sprinkling of The need for such a study is indi- s over 'tracks of the Chicago & .Blackman's Cow Tonic

chopped parsley over the top. Thisis cated in the verses just precedingour r 4 v .. North Western railway. The rail- .Blackman's Hog Powder ,

hearty. If you prefer a thinner lesson, namely, I Timothy 4:1-5, road retains ownership of the area Blackman's Poultry TabletsBlackman's .

chowder, add extra milk. where we read of the express warning h on which its tracks operate. It Poultry Powder :
j of the Spirit of God that in the v sold air lots, representing posses- .Blackman's Lice Powder
latter times there should be teach- sion of the space above ground ,

Beware ing and preaching which departedfrom Pattern 1568 occupied by the entire building, Highest Qualify-Lowest Price : 01

Coughsfrom the faith, substituting men's and numerous miniature ground Satisfaction Guaranteed or : ';:
wisdom for God's Word. One who Here's simplicity itself-a jiffy lots necessary to sink caissons. back'
colds :I
your money
common looks around him cannot but feel knit that not only goes ,fast but is The air was actually subdividedinto

that we have fallen upon" that evil only plain knitting, no purling, lots and the diagram of the BUY FROM YOUR DEALER : :

That Hang On day. throughout. What's more, it's aerial real estate filed in the officeof BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. "

.I I. What to Preach (I Tim. 4:6-9): made in two identical pieces (not the recorder of deeds of Cook Cha
I No matter how medicines
j ,you have tried for your many cough, chest The "good minister of Jesus counting the, sleeves), seamed up county, Ill
j. cold, or bronchial irritation,you can Christ" preaches the words of God. noogaTenn.'J
get relief now with Creomulsion. To do this he must himself be
1 Serious trouble may be brewing and "nourished" by them. Spare your
I you cannot afford to take a chance
j with any remedy less potent than preacher the necessity of running .
f- Creomulsion, which goes right to errands, serving on boards and : -J;
the seat of the trouble and aids nature committees, and encourage him to ANNUNUNGH
l' to soothe and heal the inflamed .study his Bible.Preacher .
mucous membranes and to loosen
and expel the germ-laden phlegm. are you studying God'sBook ,'._"'''''l
Even other remedies have failed, learning and teaching "good ,-;
don't be discouraged, try Creomulsion. doctrine"? If so you will have no <.
Your druggist is authorized to and
interest in or time for "profane
refund your money if you are not "
old wives fables.
thoroughly satisfied with the benefits double-harrel.ed tchaccD value ; t
t obtained from the very first II. How to Preach (I Tim. 4:10- iI

bottle. Creomulsion is one word-not 12).
{ two- and it has no hyphen in it. 1. Sacrificially (v. 10). The man
Ask for it plainly,see that the name
the ministry a'
who,regards as :
! on the bottle is Creomulsion, and
you'll get the genuine product and easy, respectable occupation is not
the relief you want. (Adv.) in the same calling as was the apostle .

Paul. In fact, there is nothingto ;
indicate that he is in the Chris- -"

In Action and Words tian ministry at all, for in that call-
There is a philosophy that expresses of BG BEN
ing there is labor-and suffering 1
only in action as
reproach. This is not something to,
there is the verbose
philosophy ,
be borne in a spirit of resigned sub-
mission. The minister knows and ;1

words..RELIEF "trusts in the living God," and

gladly which bears God every may entrust responsibilitywith him. .,j

2. Authoritatively'. 11). The
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13:33), and everybody else regards <
-. Needed them as feeble and. impotent, when ; in every tin ;: r'J: 1
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great deal of backbone to defend 2:1). s/ not only gives you pleasure but .1..

them. Actively (v. 12). Whether youngor yenift premiums as well I First-you ;;;;r \ ;

old, the minister is to be an example y4 get two full ounces of the sweetest fr ,r\ !Ii

a pattern in his active daily and mildest burleys that grow irl'a y :,

life. Note how discriminating is the the Blue Grass country-crimp-cut ]

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others in speech, manner of living, 1
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cards, a watch, jackknife or flashr = ;<
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to give his life to the exerciseof
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r The Clewiston News=--I census,-and find out h: -many ests-which Comptroller Lee is be- Munselle Stone, Dick Patterson, J. againTo -

women listen to the radio program' coming more and more adept in fer- D. Hooker. -- the maimed body and bewildered

"For Men Only". It's quoted often;! reting out.11ESDHY Eleventh grade news- brain,

Published every Friday In Clewiston, enough by women, and we wonder Honor roll: Frances Wright, Billie New strength and light and will to
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, sometimes If men listen to It at all. : COUNTY HAS 4ft Hooker, Bill Owen, LeRoy Hare. take one's part
Inc Several trailers have parked in BOYS AND MEN IX: CCC CAMPS /
Twelfth grade news- In the world's work at field or desk
Honor roll Hooker Dor- or mart, _
: Betty -
the trailer camp near the depot this Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 10.-
has 44 and othy Hare.In When this old joy of living we ra-
week, and the number of foreign Hendry county boys
Entered as second class mail matter tags seen In and about Clewiston young men in the Civilian Conservation store,
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in increases daily. It may still be In- Corps, according to figures made commemoration of Armistice We shall have paid a little of our
under the Act of
March: 3, 1897.Subscription. dian summer down here, but it Is public here from the office of Clay- Day, these thoughts of soldiers are score.
evidently time for the minds of the ton C. Codrington, state welfare offered as tribute to all who en- -Theodoria Garrison.

nation to turn towards Florida. commissioner.The gaged In the struggle.
hale $2.00 Per Tcnr.AiUerUsint
number in camp was 20 dur-

: ;? ante On Application. ing September, while the October TN FLANDERS' FIELDIn .A.....................................................................................'.."'- .
n xi 1iP1auiS&IIg17481ill iiiinntiLiLi9 .
Flanders fields the poppiesblowBetween
enrollment was 24 with none dis
--'--- ----
Devoted to the advancement and wel- the crosses, row on row,
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.
Too Late To Classify I Total enrollment for the state, the That mark our place, and In the sky Good FarmTrespassers

largest of record, is 7,175. This is The larks, still bravely singing, fly

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":', CJ3y 'RJlSsel! T'ayRRRNp in excess of the Florida basic quotaof Scarce heard among the guns below.
I 5,000, due to failure of some
RAMBLINGS i ( .RRKYRRMRRRRdURMpRRIEI states to recruit their full quotas We are the dead, short days ago Land
because of revived industrial activ- We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset
From all this argument going on -
_ .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:oo:..:..:..: ..: over the "Hobo Express" one mightbe ity. glow, fOl't Rent
led to believe that the fair state The enrollees receive $30 per Loved and were loved, and now
Chief news of the week is the ac- attracting month and send $25 per month of We lie in Flanders Fields.
of Florida this season is
tual beginning of construction of this to dependents at home. Eighteen 0
no one but tramps and bums.
the new hotel. It will be a building I CCC camps with quotas of 200 Take up our quarrel with the foe;
which would be a credit to a much The situation is serious! and peace each are maintained within the To you from failing hands we throw
officers are more than justified in I
', larger town-a fore-shadowing of state. The torch; be yours to hold it high.If ....
viewing with alarm and taking stepsto
the future Clewiston. If you, aren'tgifted ye break faith with us who die,
meet the problem, but if we
with prophetic vision and We shall not sleep, though poppies
would like to know what Clewistonwill tinue to howl about it in the con-I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:. growIn _

be in the future, just watch the lie prints with front page Flanders Fields. r
construction of the hotel and realize black faced headlines we' will SCHOOL NEWS -John McCrae. : Will Be
off lot of timid souls who
that the town will grow up to the frighten a '

hotel-and in the not too distant had planned to .visit us as first class I Bernice O'Neal __......._____._.._ Edito And these ely of the ProsecutedClewiston
paid customers.:
future. I Billie Hooker __..__...... Ass't Editor young Englishman, Rupert Brooke;
I During the last few years Florida
Miss 'E'\"eIJ-n Schutz, Faculty Advisor "If I should die, think only this of
has been making a remarkable come-
The second chief interest seemsto me: That there's some corner ofa
be in the fact that November back. It is the bright spot of the .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. foreign field that is forever Eng
nation and the whole blamed United
20th-like prosperity used to be- land.
States is beginning to realize it. First grade ne\\'s-
is just around the corner. And hunt-
honor' roll Viola Haven
Advertising_ has its penalties HSwell Monthly : ,
ing season will open with many a as its advantages, and opportunity Junior Martinez, Shirley Ann Owen, Probably all feel what the ,follow-
bang in the Everglades. We feel like ing lines express so adequately:
attracts the unfortunates as Oliver Martinez, Corrine VonMach,
the stronghold for game.--hnnters THE DEEr Realty And
Hanna Clarence Golden Lena
well as the prosperous. With every Bobby -
from other parts of the state flock I.indication pointing to the greatest May Johnson, Jack Martinez, For the youth they gave and the
down to get in some real good Espenlaub. blood they gave,
Christine DevelopmentCorporation.
tourist .season:: in Florida's history,
hunting before the season is old I For the strength that was our ,stay, .
it is only natural that thousands We are glad to enroll Vernice
and the is wild. For every marked or nameless
game I seeking employment or easy nionoyare Creel in the first 'grade. She comes On the steel-torn. grave .
coming down early to avoid the from Bay Harbor school. Flanders' way-
There is a large deer, probably rush. I Second grade news- We who .are whole of 'body and soul I
more than one, that ranges very: Already state highways The second grade had charge of We have a debt to pay. I
near the city limits of Clewiston.Just ing heavier motor travel than are at carry the chapel program Wednesday morn- When we have justly given back .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:... ".

west of the dairy on Sugarland same period last year. Florida travel ing. The following program was giv-

Highway several people have caught agencies report a 25 % increase in en with Bubber Mills as announcer:

glimpses of him. He appears at nightor business although the peak tourist Welcome, by Elvin Young.

in the early morning and seemsto I influx is not expected until after the America, by assembly.

graze peacefully on the edge of I holidays. Hotel and apartment 'owners Devotional, by Harold Broderick.

the right-of-way. Cecil Parkinsonand I show heavier advance reserva- Number on harp, by Dude Smith.

several others have reported tions than at any time since the Play, The Shoe House, with the New Management;

seeing him. Some hunter will prob- boom. following characters: Old Woman, .

ably locate him before the season Travel by boat, .train, bus and Mary K. Dyess; Jumping Jean, Car- "
is far advanced.: I plane this winter .is expected to tax line Berner; Bo Peep, Ruby Ricks; OF <

I I the facilities of transportation companies Mary Quite Contrary, Marilyn Shelf-
We spent our spare evenings over in spite of the fact that considerable er; Polly Flinders, Marshia Norton;
the week-end on a mosquito bar improvement has been Jack, Junior Raines; Gill, Gladys "

of our own particular design, andit I made in schedules and equipment. Jackson; Boy Blue, Julian Smith; Iewiston Dry r fioods co 111c1
really is a daisy. The blueprintswere Unsettled conditions in Europeand Jack Honer, Clifford Beatty; Tom- ,

on the back of an old envelopeand the Orient will tend to curtail my Tucker, Whitford Lang; Jim-

the specifications on another of foreign travel and will serve to drive mie, Billy Maynard; Little Miss Muf-

the same sort, but the idea origin- additional thousands southward this fett, R. C. Ballar; Little Betty HOPKINS BUILDING

ated in the fertile brain of our co-::: winter. Blue, Lillian Golden.

worker. It was duly executed by the The normal population of Florida Song, The Old Frog That LivedIn i i CLEWISTON FLORIDA
firm of Bowden and Bowden and 5s should be more than doubled dur- The Well, by Jackie Redish, '' ,
now on display in the LaBelle of- ing the next sixty days, and while Jeannette Golden, Gladys Jackson! .

fice of the Hendry County News. many who come here will be desti- I Ruby Ricks, Lillian Golden, Betty We wish to announce the appoint-
The top is the size of a double bed tute and seeking employment their I Emrich and Dude Smith.

sheet and is. of a heavy quality un- number will be infinitesimal coin Monthly honor roll: Clifford Beat ment of Mr. W. N. Martin as the new

bleached muslin-this is to turn I pared to the vast horde of sun-ceek-- ty, Grant Brewer. Carline Berner,
of this He has had
mist, fog, and light rains. Two ers with ample funds who come to Lillian Golden, R..by Ricks: Mary manager company.

tapes provide diagonal reinforce-I enjoy our kindly climate-who seek Kathryn Dyess, Marilyn Shelfer, Betty considerable experience in merchandising -
ments and make loops in the center .rest and recreation and are able and Lou Emrich.

and at each corner by which 'the baris willing to pay for it. Third grade news- and store management.W. .

tied. The first two feet below the In the November issue of the The third grade regrets the loss

top is a strip of very light weight, "Commentator", Nina Wilcox Put- of a pupil, Aubrey Marrissey. Aubrey
thin unbleached muslin. Then comesa nam favors, Florida with a' splendid will continue her school year in I
N. (Bill) Martin is also familiar
thirty-six inch width of cheese- feature article entitled ""Florida Moore Haven.. .

cloth, and finally a strip of lightweight Comes Back". In her own inimitable Monthly honor roll: Jo Ann with the type of merchandise that we car-
unbleached! 18 inches in style, Nina tells of the amazing development Crouch, Mary Louise Thomas, William -

'width at the bottom. The advantageIs and activity that has taken McCracken: Louise Prewitt, ry in our store here. He spent quite some

that the wide cheesecloth strip place in the state since the hectic Charles Benbow, Nancy Wright,
will provide all the needed ventila-I boom period. Mary Ruth Johnson, Virg'inia.Turn- time with the J. C.: Penny Company and

tion, and the rest of the bar beingof ,Her story, which is a straightforward er, Harriett Alston, Gilbert McLeod. ,.
I for the three he has been employed -
unbleached will outwear several review of facts, minus all Mary Ellen Smith. past years

mosquito bars of the ordinary va- hooey and blah, is bound 'to impress Fourth grade news- by the Greene's Dry Goods Com-
riety. The muslin will tuck under thousands and awake: new intereston Monthly honor roll: Nora Ogles- .

the bed and will not pick up and the part of investors and tourists by, Jean Angus, Wanda Jean Schelfner. pany, Inc., of Stuart, Florida.:
tear on twigs and other trash. If alike. It should result in many out- .

:you've ever used a mosquito barb in of-state property owners checking on Fifth grade news-

the woods you know what an advantage their holdings, and acquainting them- Monthly honor roll: SherwoodHall
We feel confident in placing the. man-
that would be. selves with property values as they Parmelia Bourne, Christine

exist today. Redish, Sue VonMach. agement of this store in his hands that we
We saw some cowboys kill a steeron Many of these folks whose inter- Monthly spelling honor roll: Law-
the range the other day. My, my, est in the state is renewed will I rence Guthrie, Christine Redish.' will not) only be pleased with it but he will

my, how the world has progressed.That journey south this winter to see Sixth grade news--
song, "I'm a Lone Cowhand for themselves, and I venture to saya I Monthly honor roll: Eric Belcher: merit your patronage and render you a

From the Rio Grande" isn't far lot of them will get busy and pay Phillip McLeod, Billie Perry, Bar- service in merchandise that will ap-
wrong, for this cowboy rode the up back taxes, redeem their hold- bara Broadfoot Marianne Jones, you

range in a Ford V-8. He drove along, ings, and perhaps start improve- Mauryne Prewitt, Inez Stewart. preciateWith this in mind we feel confi-
;, pointed out in the herd the steer ments when they find that lots and Monthly spelling honor roll: Ivey

he wished butchered. The man in properties in which they are 'interested Stewart, Eric Belcher, Evelyn Cor- dent in saying that YOU as customers of

'.: the car beside him shot the steer are coming into their own a- bett, Marianne Jones.
%-' with a rifle. The car was accompanied gain with rising. values and a brisk Seventh grade news- this store will be as well pleased with him
by two other men in a truck. demand. The seventh grade regrets to lose i
record has been with
his us.
f" /' They drove alongside, butchered and Another thing: people in other Evelyn Miller who has moved toPahokee. as past

: loaded the steer, and another Florida states are just beginning to realize .

f' beef was ready for market. that the Homestead Exemption is Floyd Geiger has been very ill,

CSt going to stick and ,that homes to and we hope for him 'a speedy recovery -

The road around the lake will the value of $5,000 are free of all I so he may join our class again Come. In and Make Your Wants Known.
soon be minus several of the dangerous taxation other than those assessedfor ,

-- curves that have been a traffic special improvements and a Georgiana Kimberly has become a
menace ever since the constructionof goodly number of our visitors this member of the eighth grade. .'

the road. Thel.sharp curves be- winter will build or purchase a per- Seventh grade monthly honor roll:
; tween South Bay and Belle Gladeare manent home here. Anne Pafford, Junior Brantley, El- "Where Quality Meets Econom)'"

being rounded out and wider i.j Revenue the state might lose bert Hooker, Phyllis Logan.

concrete bridges constructed. It will through such exemption will be Ninth grade news-
;y be much nicer driving when all Is''': more than made up by increased re- Honor roll: June Hooker, Margaret Clewifton Dry Goods Co. Inc.

;' completed., I|turns on intangible taxes, for folks I VonMach, Rcnee Wethingtou. ,
r able to buy or build homes usually Tenth grade news-

Wo wish someone would take a have substantial Intangible Inter Honor Roll: Madeline Haven I

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. ,, ..N.N.............................................................................'...). L. H. Phillips of Fort Myers has formal one in the Meredith apart- CEMETERY FOR COLORED will have charge of the next meet-
: S arrived in Clewiston to be employed ment In the Hopkins Building.The ESTABLISHED BY COUNTYA ing.

:: Personal Mention ::_: in the )
(1I ; time-keeping departmentof invitation list Included Mr. Junior Endeavor on Wednesday

x the United States Sugar Corpo- and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mr. and county colored cemetery is be- afternoon at 3:30. --
':":":":-:":-:-:":-:-:"'...:-:-:..:..:-:-:-:..:..:-:"':-:-:. ration. Mrs. Campbell E. Nail, Mr. and ing established
I) by the board of Choir rehersal Thursday evening
'" C. L. Downs has returned from a Mrs. Roy Alston, Mr. and Mrs. J. county commissioners on a tract of at 8:00.

i;:. visit of several days in Sarasota. Mis. H. J. B. Scharnberg left F. Tippey, Mr. and Mrs. Zerney
'LC ( i land deeded for that purpose to the The public Is very cordially invit-
Wednesday for a visit of a few i Meredith, Miss Livonia Congdon,
v A Cecil Jackman of LaBelle was a weeks in the North.. She will visit Miss Mary Moore, Miss Dorothy county by the United States Sugar ed Church.to worship in the Community

.: business visitor on Monday.Dan Mrs. Clyde R. Byrd in 'Wilmington, Craig, Miss Saundal Watson, Miss Corporation. The tract lies about

j Davis of Okeechobee was a Delaware, and later go to Bostonfor Mae Whitten, Miss Jewel Russell, one half mild beyond Harlem. and

t'rtii I business visitor here Tuesday. a visit with her son and to New Parker Wilson, Kenneth Harris, Otto has a burying capacity of four hun- CATHOLIC-CHURCH :

York for a visit with relatives. Mr. Larsen, Sidney Hoover, Werner "
(Father J. F. Walsh, Pastor)
.' Scb.arn.berg accompanied her to West Amrein, Andrew Beery, Sandy Bell,
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were The land is well-drained and is Mass every Sunday at St. M arg-
Palm Beach to board the train. and Ed Markette.
Saturday visitors inYest Palm I protected all 'sides aret's Church, Clewiston, is at 8:30
on by levees. It
;,. Beach. I a. m. On the last Sunday of ;he
... :MRS. H. R. HALL WINS HIGH MRS. SHELLEY HOSTESS AT is being laid out in plots and will month at 10:20 a. m.

PRIZE WEDNESDAY BRIDGE r BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY be planted in grass and suitably Junior choir meets each-Saturday
; Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Storey of Miami -
were business visitors here Mon I landscaped. morning at 9:30 a. m.

day. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle entertained Mrs. T. B. Shelley was hostess to Adult choir meets each Wednesday -

l members of her bridge club Wednesday -' members of the Evening Bridge Ground Brokenmands evening at 8.

afternoon at her home. High Club at her home Wednesday evening -
,__ Representative E. ,L. Stewart: returned -
score prize, a novel kitchen set, was Mrs. C. R. Cruze, holder of
Saturday from a businesstrip I won by Mrs. H. R. Hall. Low score high score, received a lovely casse for hotel accommodations.The NORGE REFRIGERATORS
to Tallahassee.Mrs. I
.', prize, a set of shade pulls, was role. Mrs. Roy Alston, holder of low Clewiston Hotels Company, a Furniture and Home Furnishings

-- awarded Mrs. M. E. Yenawine. Mrs. score, a pair of pictures and Mrs.B. subsidiary of Clewiston Realty and PHILCO RADIOS
Carawan Nelson, Mrs. A.
K. Bowden made the lucky cut and J. Schroeder, who won the cut
Broadfoot, Barbara and Billy Broad- Development Corporation, throughthe
was given an attractive kitchen prize received a pair of placques.
foot were Saturday visitors in Fort cooperation of United States I Household FurnishingsInc.
memo pad.A : Cake and coffee were served by .

Myers. delicious dessert course was ;Mrs. Shelley to Mrs. Alston, Mrs. Sugar Corporation: will give Clew- .

Prince served by Mrs. Ezelle to Mrs. Dave Cruze, Mrs. Campbell Nail, Mrs. R. iston finer hotel accommodations

! Miss Hazel spent the weekend I Alston, Mrs. Bowden, Mrs. Hall, C. Nowling, Mrs. 'B. J. Schroeder, than are available in any comparablecity BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA,

in Okeechobee visiting her father .Mrs. Leslie C. Miller, Mrs. Ivey Paf- Mrs. H. H. Turner and Mrs. R. C. in Florida."
1 J. M. Prince and her sister, Miss ......
! I ford, Mrs. T. B. Shelley and Mrs. Wilson.Belle.
4 Lois Prince.Mr. .

j" ( Glade Robber CHURCH
and Mrs. Gratton L.
i! A. Turner, Ralph O'Neal and Robert THE HOME OF R. M. HARE JRS. Captured Near Here New York Life
George enjoyed a fishing trip near

! ,. Fort Myers Armistice Day. Forcsl C. Taylor, Minister. Insurance CompanyARCADIA
I >. An informal party was held Saturday I Sunday school every Sunday

evening at the home of Mr. Harry Patillo, who was accusedof morning at 9:45. Dr. J. W. Eze Ie, FLORIDA
: L::r Zerney Meredith, George Prevatt, and Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., to honor robbing a store at Hector's Camp superintendent. I
':- C. A. Stiles, Marvin Cross and D. I
> the birthdays of R. M. Hare, jr., near Belle Glade, was captured yes- Junior church service 10:45 to 11I
'i.;;< Jones made business trip to St.
-; a and Merrell Lowe, which occurred terday morning at Fred Whidden's o'clock.
1:::" ; Augustine Saturday. I
;' ; on Friday and Sunday. corner as he alighted from a stale Evening prayer and sermon at M.COUSE
.MS." ."' <- I Attending were Misses Hazel road department truck on which he 'j:45 every Sunday evening.

1>' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Prince, Sandy Welles, Roberta had bummed a ride from a point Junior choir Monday evening at Counselor and Attorney at Law f

"":" sons attended the Armistice Day George, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Berner, near Belle Glade. 7:00, Mrs. Niblack, director; Mrs. Hopkins Building I

>,'. ': : celebration in West Palm Beach yes- Ed Ward, Merrell Lowe, Harold Patillo. had been employed at' the Doty, pianist. Wednesdays and Saturdays f

terday. Spikes and Halson H. Avant.BARP Christian Endeavor
store for three days and disappeared 9:30 to 4:00 I
,,-!:' 4 .-) simultaneously with $25.00 in Monday evening at eight. Dick Owen
-: ,-:{" H. J. Greene of Stuart busl- \RA BROADFOOTCELEBRATES .I I
'. was a | cash and a new revolver yesterday --- I
':,: :;',. ness (visitor in Clewiston 1\IondaY'1 BIRTHDAYMrs. morning. Frank Howard, deputy

:: ;.:..-- Mr. Greene is a major sheriff and a Mr. Shug traced his a ,[&? !1 j,

a j.f?" ',' of the Clewiston Dry Goods comis' -I A. R. Broadfoot entertaineda route toward Clewiston. While the

r -, pany. group of school mates of her deputy waited here to make a check

daughter, Barbara, Friday afternoon by telephone, Mr. .Shug drove on ARE YOU READY J

4:: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet celebrating Barbara's eleventh birth- westward on the highway and found ,, --_ -, \I

....'t :?'.' .' spent the week-end in Jacksonville. day. Patillo leaving the truck at the f
'i ',' -' They attended the FloridaGeorgiafootball Several games and contests were highway intersection. He was returned FOR THE .w: : I;

game held there Saturday enjoyed, Millie Bourne and Anne to the Belle Glade jail. I I

y afternoon. Pafford winning the contest. A color -

:Mr. and Mrs. H. C.. Kolstad and I carried scheme out of in the pink refreshments and green was and Negro Worker KilledIn Season!

son, Kim, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright I decorations. The pink birthday cake Fall From TractorClarence Hunting

; and children, Francis and Nancy: bore eleven green candles. The ice .

'i;;:-,- and Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Downs, cream was in similar shades and the ', -

joined Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpsonof I dining table was -decorated in pink Green, colored employeeof

Okeechobee in a picnic near the I and green. Those attending were the United States Sugar corpora-

';.'., Millie Bourne, Marianne Jones,
latter place Sunday. tion, was instantly killed Thursday
Nancy Wright, Sue VonMach, Mau-
morning when he fell from a tractor

- 'Y'...-N-,?'.. ':-: ,_, Mr. and Mrs. John Daughtrey and ryne and Louise Prewitt, Gloria and he was driving and the machine Clewiston ,
,-) McDuffie Inez Stewart, ,Jean Supply
J j r:: .;.,(r.-.' daughter spent the week-end visit- Betty passed over his body. The accident
, '
". Augur and Anne Pafford.
occurred near the Plantation Machine -
. ... ': ing relatives. Bradenton and Fort
'.' Ogden. They were accompanied by Shops and from the best account -
RAMBLERS CLUB: ELECTS of those nearby, Green had
s : : Mr. Daughtrey's mother, Mrs. Edith
NEW OFFICERS THURSDAY the tractor moving in reverse and ..'
: Daughtrey of Moore, Haven. IS READY AGAIN
;. < was standing up in the driver's seat.
:"" :'. / The Ramblers Club held its meet- He lost his balance, fell and was
: -,
: ,: Miss Sandy Welles is leaving' Sun-
: ing last night at the Presto Cafe to caught beneath the machine before THIS YEAR TO SERVE
:.; :( day for her home in Sanford. She ___ ,
I Lam-
elect members. Miss
"J new anyone could reach him. A corner'sjury
: has been manager of the local Western .
<< mons was elected president to succeed impannelled, ,A. O. Ward,
Union, Telegraph office' for sev- : Miss Ethel Willis, who resigned foreman, and deemed the accident
eral months and is being transferred -
> when she moved from Clewistona unavoidable. SPORTSMENSuper
by the to the Sanford
few weeks ago. Miss Mae Lily _
Stone was elected secretary and

I treasurer. JA.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner spent i ?
'I Those attending the meeting were
the week-end visiting relatives in'
Misses Bernice O'Neal, Mary Bell CHANGE'RENT'RECEIPTS'[
Avon Park. They were guests Satur-
Warren, Mae Lily Stone, Renee
day afternoon at the wedding of Mr.
'jri Wethington, Clarice Lammons, Ka-
Turner's sister, Miss Mary Turner tie Mae Arnette, Violet Bethea and fctai X Shells
and Patrick Pollick of Winter Haven. ,
Elsie Lammons and Mrs. Emma
Lee, Phillip Turner, Harold Adams, {-

Ezelle, Courtland Aherent, Joseph }
Mrs. Forest C. Taylor left Thursday Shells
I Junior Waldron, Munselle Stone, ., Remington
for Frankfort, Indiana, being
S.. Dick Mims, Charles Garner, Jack
$T called to the bedside of her mother, Wynn, Louis Wethington, Tommy

5' who dition.was Rev.reported Taylor in a accompaniedMrs. critical con- Akins, and Boe Warren. Shot Guns & RiflesAlso

Taylor to West Palm Beach to SOCIETY
board the train. *

Rev. Alexander Linn of Lakeland The Altar of St. Margaret's Iy ur

was in Clewiston last Thursday in Catholic ,Church met at the homeof

conference with Rev. Forest C. Tay- its president, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, It is as simple as it sounds, complete assortment of hunting ne
lor relative to church work.
for its.first modest
yesterday afternoon too. All you need is a
The two gentlemen visited the Lake Plans were down payment.Then the bal-
meeting of the season. belts and boots
Harbor to outline period, cessities. Shell jackets, ,
community a program completed for a benefit card partyto ance is spread over a

for the church there. Mr. Linn be held on December 1st at the repayable monthly just like
is Sunday school missionary for the rent. No worry, no bother camping equipment fact everything
and you have something to
synod of Florida.A The December meeting will be show for your money.
make that hunt successful -
held on December 9th at, the homeof Whether your income is small necessary to

large congregation attended Mrs. Glen E. Smith. or large, you can find the
i the special Armistice Sunday service Attending yesterday's meetingwere exact home for the amount the game. This and adjoining counties -
I 4 in the Community church Sunday Mrs. W P. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. you can afford monthly.

evening. The choir had prepared a H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, you Home want Owners'to build Consultation, use our will furnish the game in abundance.

program of beautiful and appropriate Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mrs. M. E. Von Service for ideas-without

music and the ftev. :Mr. Taylor Mach, Mrs. Meehan, Mrs. G. E. obligation. Learn now how -

spoke on the subject, "God's Faithin Smith, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. H. easily you can own your home "
America" A. Bestor, Mrs. Bourne 'and Father at present f.uorable prices.

I J. F. Walsh. .
;"1 Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart and Miss

r1' .. Dorothy Lockhart left Thursday for :HISS :MEREDITH: ENTERTAINEDWITH Clewiston Federal Clewiston Supply CoQ

West Palm Beach to spend the win- PARTY ON BIRTHDAYMr.

: ter.. They joined Captain Lockhart

who is employed there by the E. H. Foster Meredith entertained Savings and LoanAssociation Clewiston Florida

Latham Construction Company. Mr Saturday evening in honor of his

and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad will occupy daughter, Miss Eunice, in celebra-

'. I, I the home the Lockharts are vacat- tion of her 21st birthday which occurred .. ...... '-.. _. ,.- .' _..-.- .. .- .
," tug Monday. The party was an In- 12... -- -' -- -- .. .- '
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I Trustworthiness I

pEOPLE would try harder for

Frank Merriwell at 'ardaleBy trustworthiness if they knew
how lovable a quality it is. Whpn

you know you can rely upon anyone

that whatever they undertaketo

GILBERT PATTEN The Original BURT L. STANDISH do will be done that you can

really pass over a share of your'

<3> Gilbert Patten WNU Service load to them you cannot help

liking them.
On the other hand it does not

matter how amiable men may be,

SYNOPSISWhen The dog yanked Frank down to his, him. A sense of shame drove him bit you I'd gone right off 'nd jumpedin I if they are forgetful, if they are

knees. back to meet them. the ocean, I would." unpunctual, if they habitually

Bart Hodge a vain youth of sixteen The tree limb was still resisting "Where's Inza?" he cried. "Well, I'm not feeling so bad neglect, they become sources of

alights from a train at Fardale. he stumbles kicks Barney. He let it go and whirledto They didn't seem to hear him about it myself," said Frank,. after such annoyance that one's likingis

;the over animal a half-blind The dog's dog and owner.In a Tad rage Jones, a do his best for Frank- with his and he caught hold of Belinda Snoddas taking a deep breath of relief. "And apt to die out.-Sir William

i i email shabby boy who supports his widowed bare hands. she was panting by. it's lucky the insane beast didn't Robertson.

mother denounces Tad him Frank This Merrlwell.nettles A voice shouted: "Keep away! "Where's Inza?" he repeated eat you up, Tad."
I Bart and he slaps
an orphan of Hodge's age. prevents him Let me get at that critter! I'll' holding her fast by the arm. "I've got something to say to Sile
I from further molesting Tad Although the fix him!" "Oh! Oh, I don't know!" She Gleason," declared John Snodd Charm of Difficulties
two do not come to blows. Hodge sneerlngly John Snodd had arrived at last, could hardly speak and her voice
settle their differences grimly. "Giving little
says they will have to a shaver a
( later. He and Merrlwell had come to with his gun. But when he triedto shook like her whole body. "That' dog in that condition 1 He ought to Providence has hidden a charmin
,Fardale to attend Fardale academy. While that awful -: difficult undertakings which is
get into position to use the dog! He she-I don'tknow be made to smart for it."
truck driver for
Joe Bemis
'John Hodge Snodd consults about his baggage. Merrlwell. weapon he was baffled for several It's terrible! I'm scared to appreciated only by those who
Frank turned toward Inza
accompanied by Tad and his dog. Shag moments by the furious movementsof death!" without dare to grapple with them.
start walking to Snodd's place, Presently stopping to put his 'coat on again. Madame Swetchine.
the dog, which made it impossible One of the other girls, a little
the Snodd truck with Hodge driving rumbles That brought him round facing
down the road and kills Tad's dog. to fire without hitting Merriwellor blonde had stopped of her own ac
Hodge, who still stood where he had
Occupying a room next to Merrlwell's In somebody else. cord. She was trembling too but
the Snodd home is Barney Mulloy who dislikes halted. They looked each other in
friends. At last Snodd found his chance she gave Bart a look that was a .
Hodge. They become good the and the 4
again flush
- Merrlwell offers to help Mulloy get Into and the muzzle of the old gun was stiff blow to his pride. "You were i eyes of ME STAY
one of the academy dormitories by appeal. shame on Bart's. face could not be
. almost touching the beast's side with.her. she said. "Why don't
' friend of Merrl- mistaken. No
Ing to Professor Scotch a sneering, no triumphnow
well's Uncle Asher. As they leave the when the trigger was pulled. The you know where she is?
" and
: house that evening Hodge Is talking to Inza gun roared and the dog dropped, a "Why I-I thought-" ; Merry was not one to
i, Burrage. a friend of Belinda Snodd. Later kick a fellow when he was down."I HOME FROM
coat Bat he hadn't
ragged piece of Hodge's torn thought and he
!; they meet Tad. who now has another dog. ,
.; That night Bart Hodge crashes 'a party still in its foam-covered mouth. couldn't explain. He had taken to had to make use of your coat

s.' given by Belinda Snodd Hodge sings and The blood-stained carving knife his heels and left her, and now he ,Hodge" he said "and I'm sure
L the lovely Inza Burrage plays the piano. you'll never want to it
wear again. WORK ?
y' knew just what that made him look
: Frank's Mul-
: When MerrlweU. seated on the porch ,with slipped from fingers as "
Mulloy. sings a comic song. Hodge rushes loy lifted him to his feet. He was like. He let go of Belinda Snodd'sarm I'll pay you for it.
' out. accusing him of Insulting Inza. She and headed back for the grove Bart made no reply and Frank
Ii. ; steps between them telling Hodge that Merrlwell breathing heavily.
went to Inza and
",. Is too cheap to deserve his notice. "Thanks, Mr. Snodd" he said on the jump again. It took cour- dropped on one
r.;'', Next day Merriwell and Mulloy rush to a. huskily. "You got here just in time. age of some kind for him to do that. knee. "Now how about that ankle?" NO iRiNOT
" grove on John Snodd's farm to warn a picnic he asked.
b, party that a large dog which Silas Glea- I'm: just about all in." The sound of a gun came from She
at him
: son gave Tad Is mad and running amuck. "I got here as fast as my legs within the grove. looking now.
Inza that this is Her proud mouth humble. WHEN GENUINE
rr Hodge tries to convince Just was very
'a trick of Merriwell's. would fetch me, said the farmer Neither Hodge nor the fleeing girls "Are sure-dead

:: staring at Merriwell. "I swan I had seen John Snodd coming, for not you touched by the sureyouwere teeth 'of BAYER ASPIRIN EASES
: never expected to see anything like I all of them had fled toward the high- "
CHAPTER III Continued that awful dog? she asked.
this; in all born days. He was
my -
I : -5- He smiled "There isn't a markon HEADACHE
still breathing hard from his run 44w "
\' Then, further away, he saw Tat : and the excitement. "Young fel $ me.
::;- 'Jones panting along in pursuit of : "It's marvelous! Never never in
ler, had nerve to stand to IN A ffW
you up
I life will 1 the-the < ,,
my forget
if., : the beast. And once more the boy way
a mad dog half as big as an elephant ". '{ '
-. lifted his voice in a shrill warningcry and fight him with a carving LO you fought that dog. MINUTES

cry that rang through the grove: knife. Wasn't you scairt at all?" $: She wanted to say more than that
t/: "Mad dog! Run! Run! Run!" but the words would not come. They
::, The ghost of a smile crept intoFrank's
That snapped Hodge round to both felt awkward. He laughed to

Y look, and what he saw took the face to which a little color ;, ,sj ( .cover his embarrassment."Well %4"9 /' f hA
starch of him in vas slowly returning.: "Why, yes ,. .
out the wink of I'll remember it a while i lf N n
an eye. In the wink of another eye, Mr. Snodd he admitted "but theredidn't r myself. I've had more fun doing
he from there with- seem to be anything else for f a other
was going away things. You mustn't try to
out bothering to apologize for his me to do, under the circumstances. M walk on that foot. 1 don't believe it

haste. In his rush, he forgot about Inza Burrage hadn't taken her will be such a hard job for Barney .

5?' : everything and everybody but him- eyes off him. Still sitting 'on the and 'me to carry you back to Mr. The inexpensive way to ease headaches

self.The ground and clinging to her aching 1 st Snodd's house. You can't weigh a -if you want fast resultsis -
= grove was abruptly filled with ankle she spoke up in a choked ton." with Bayer Aspirin.
the wild of and stammering voice: The instant the pain starts, e
screams frightened girls, Now she laughed too. "I'm an take \.
who fled like snowflakes before a "Oh, he-he-Mr. Snodd he did it tJ % awful lightweight" she said, "espe- simply a half glass of 2 water.Bayer Usually tablets with in a

:' gale. for me! I twisted my ankle and cially above the ears." few minutes relief arrives.

z; .. All but Inza Burrage. She, also, fell. I couldn't run. That-that terrible {e; Hodge heard it all. He had been Bayer tablets are quick-acting

started to run at last, but with al- terrible dog would have torn oft paying no attention to Mulloy, who because they disintegrate in a few

most her first step her foot. turned me to pieces-only for him." was staring at him with a look of seconds ready to start their
under her and she went down. When Then she burst into tears. unspeakable Bart work of relief almost immediately
contempt. was
after .
she tried to scramble up she toppled Tad Jones had '
sorry he had come back there. That costs only 2f or 3f? to relieve
t; again in a fluttering, helpless keeping his eyes turned away' from % y 4 had been another mistake.'He might most headaches- when you get

heap. the dead dog. "They all skedad- / / have known there was nothing he the new economy tin. You pay

: "My ankle! she gasped. "It's dled!" he cried shrilly. "Ev'ry one 7 6 could do to put himself right. only 25 cents for 24 tablets-

broken! of 'em run away 'nd left Frank to about 1 f apiece.
Merriwell sprang forward, but he stop old, Tige all by himself, Mr. Feeling as empty as a dry well, Make sure to get the genuine
he turned about and walked
t y didn't try to pick her up and run Snodd. I saw it, I did. That feller 1'4 }/." "' ;ir"" swiftly by insisting on

with her. That, he knew would be Hodge was here, but he scooted like and silently away. Bayer Aspirin.
foolish. He caught up the coat that a streak. The big coward!" "1 Guess We Better Examine Tad Jones was the torch that
{ r Your Arm First Young Man." started the story of Frank Merriwell's -
Bart Hodge had taken off some time I
"But I told Barney to get the
I fight with the mad I-
: dog run-
before. Swiftly he wrapped it round girls away" said Frank. "He didn't way in the vicinity of the school ning like wildfire through Fardale
and round his left
fore-arm. His
know what was happening but he grounds. But the report of that village. But Pete Smith the local
,f;; : heart was steady now though his came back when he found Bart's TABLETSvirtually +
we gun gave heart. a lift. It reporter for a city daily listened
face was still tense and gray. weren't with the others. Somebody 'meant, of course that somebodyhad doubtfully to Tad's lurid account of

Sitting on the ground and clinging better take a look at Miss Bur- fired at the dog. He put more the unflinching manner in which 1 cent a tablet

to her injured ankle with both rage's ankle to see if it's broken." speed into his stride. Frank had faced the dog and battled

hands, Inza Burrage watched him "Huh!" grunted John Snodd. "I They were removing the torn with it. That Pete thought would
do that. She him face
saw the on- guess we better examine your arm foam-covered coat from Merriwell'sleft make a fine newspaper story, but of Truth Is Inviolate

coming dog with her only a few first, young man. Being bit by a arm when Bart came running course it was too good to be true Truth is as impossible to be

feet behind beast him. The foaming mad dog's a heap worse than break- back through the trees. His mouth So he went to question Inza Bur- soiled by any outward touch as

snarling was racing straight ing a leg." his hands clutched tightly together the .sunbeam.-Milton.
at them. The carving knife open rage, in her home, and was amazed
,.: still in Frank's hand. Bart Hodge had always hated and Tad Jones was the pic- when her version of the affair sus-
feared dogs. The feeling was so in- ture of'suspense as he watched. Her tained Tad in every particular but
crouched little and lifted his HEADACHEdue
bent left as'the animal tense that it had become what is face damp with tears Inza was still one. Her ankle had been sprained,
arm sprang, called a phobia. He did not know sitting on the ground and watching not broken. to constipationRelieve
l4. with at his throat. Thecreature's
a roar the cause of it himself. It lay them also. No 4
one appeared to hear Now enthusiastic and the
'i eager s
gleaming teeth closed on the cause of the trop ,
probably in some forgotten inci- Hodge approaching.
that arm, around which Bart reporter got hold of Tony Accero ble! Take purely vegetable Black-
Hodge's coat had been tightly twist- dent of his very early life. He saw the dead dog lying whereit without wasting time. "John Draught. That's the sensible way

; No animal is quicker than a dogto had fallen. Snodd had droppedhis Snodd's place Tony" cried Pete to. treat any of the disagreeable effects -

ed.The boy reeled back a step, strik- sense fear and dislike in a human gun a few steps away. That diving into the car, "and step on the of constipation. The relief men

ing with the knife.* The force of being. He is quick too, to resent explained a part of what had happened gas." and women. get from taking Black-

the heavy animal's lunge had stag. it, and he shows his resentmentor but he knew he could never Frank was writing a letter to his Draught Is truly refreshing. Try it I

:::" gered him, and he barely touched contempt.It explain what he had done. Nobody uncle when Mulloy crashed into thQ Nothing. to upset the stomach-just

?:.T-. the dog with that first stab. seemed to Bart that a thousand would understand, if he tried. room. The face of the Irish boy was purely vegetable leaves and roots,
dogs had let him know what they This realization 'split by a grin. finely ground.
t> Inza with stopped him 30
was paralyzed fear. She
r. thought of him. They had leered at feet What could he "Be after dropping that and
could not have moved, then, had him with away. sr- come
;;, she tried.Dropping. scornful eyes, they had What was there for him to say vI down to see a man, my lad," said
.' sneeringly given him a look at their -
back to the ground with A GOOD
its hind feet the crazed beast tried teeth, they had sniffed disdainfullyat Frank Merriwell was taking off "What man?" Frank wanted to
,.; to pull Frank down. I his heels, and two or three of his own coat now. He looked pretty know. "What's he want to see me
: them had
' Tad Jones had stopped a rod nipped the calves of his sober but still not as disturbed and for?"

(; away. He was wringing his hands. bite.legs. Not one had taken a good anxious as the others. Quickly he "It's a reporter for a newspaper,, I

;;, Almost blinded by tears, he cried They had acted as if they thrust the sleeve of his shirt'up' and he's going to make ye famous,
r L' chokingly: were not sure they would like the above the elbow. Frankie."
c.> "Oh, Tige J Stop Tige! Oh, Frank, I There was, therefore, an undying "1 don't believe the dog's teeth That made Merry drop the pen Help Them Cleanse the Blood

: : Frank!I" feud between Bartley Hodge and all touched me," he said. "If I'm right, and stand up. "A reporter?" he ex of Harmful Body Waste

.. Merriwell did not hear him. He I owe it to Hodge's coat." claimed. "Good Lord!I" Your kidneys are constantly filtering
All his
;;. dogs. life he had looked waste matter from the blood stream.But
heard nothing saw nothing but the ; forward with dread to the time when Snodd took hold of Frank's wrist This was something he hadn't expected kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
raging red-eyed beast he was bat- bad luck would force him to meeta and turned his arm to inspect it something he wasn't pre- impurities that, if retained, may

tling with. He struck again and "mad" dog, but he had never seen thoroughly. "By ginger!I" he criedin pared for, something that made him poison the system and upset the whole

slashed the dog, but that seemed one until the day of the picnic in great relief. "I can't see even a shy like a skittish pony. body Symptoms machinery!may be naming backache,
only to make it still more furious. headache,attacks of dizziness, ,
Snodd's And he teeny scratch. Now if that don't persistent
grove. now hadn'twaited "Yesterday you arrived in Far getting up eights swelling fQ.i
Barney Mulloy had obeyed Frank to meet him. beat the- world my head's a pun- dale," said Barney, who seemed to under the eyes-a feeling of nervous {jSL
and hurried all the girls but Inza kin!I" anxiety and loss of pep and strength. I
Hodge was out of the grove and on be enjoying Frank's consternation, Other signs of kidney or bladder dix
away. Now he came running back his way to any place where the Barney Mulloy put an arm round "and tomorrow your name will be order may be burning scanty or too

through the trees and saw a sight crazy dog wouldn't be liable to come Merry's shoulders. His chin was emblazoned in the public print. Fast frequent There should urination.be no doubt that prompt
that made his heart stand still. before he fully knew what he was quivering 'a little, but he managedto work." treatment is wiser than neglect. Use :

"Oh, help him!" begged Inza, as doing. He realized it suddenly. A grin. "You lucky slob!." was all "But .I don't want to see a reporter Coon's friends Pitti.for Doan't more have than been forty winningnew years. I

Barney came up. "Oh, it's terrible! picture of himself at that moment he could say then. ," said Merriwell, looking They have a nation-wide reputation.

Help him! Do something quick! flashed into his mind. It stopped But Tad Jones had less control. around the room as if in search of a .. Arc recommended over. Ad by your grateful nnghdorl peoplethecountry

The Irish boy looked wildly around him as quick as he could put on the "Gosh, I'm glad!" he cried hop- place to hide. "And I'm not goingto

for a rock or a club, and could find brakes. ping up and down as if trying to hop see him either, and answer a lot

neither. He seized the small limb He turned round and saw severalof out of his skin. "I'm glad, Frank! of silly questions."

of a tree and began to twist it off; the frightened girls coming after I'm awful glad! If old Tige had (TO BE CONTINUED)

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Items of Interest

AROUND Some Minor PlayerMark

1 the HOUSEto the. Housewife Twain and William Dean
rt :. ." .-. Howells were discussing the
meaning ,of the word "famous."

Serving. Omelets. Omelets portant, too, to have a heavy Howell proclaimed Twain a famous -
4 should be placed'on hot platters to cream of the .right butter fat (20 man, but Mark denied this.

keep them from falling. to 30 per cent) and 12 to 24 hours After some discussion during

I old. The cream must be cold,.and which neither gave in, Mark

j ; Save Table Surface.-If you will is best beaten in a cold container. Twain said, "Come in here," indicating

place a folded cloth under a dish a photograph shop, "we

J which contains foods to be beaten Inexpensive Stew.-Chop two shall soon settle the question."

you'll nd the table surface will be onions and a large carrot finely, I They entered and Twain steppedup

TTL : saved many marks and the dish and cut a pound of neck'lamb into to the clerk. "Will you give mea

,! will be kept steady. small pieces. Put into a sauce- picture of Mark Twain?"

;oc0 r, ,.,.. V pan with one cup macaroni broken A troubled look passed over thclerk's
+t: 1'/dy %P/ : .. Whipping of Cream.-If whipped into small
: lengths, cover with face, and after scanningthe
Ii I Aa R: tl y3; < o/'t.yf : : ?jai, cream will not stand up, it is often warm water and season. Let it myriads of photographs on the
i due to the fact that the cream is simmer gently for one and a half walls, she replied.:
not chilled. It is im- hours.
'z >( sufficiently "
Ia "In what doe's she play?


1 adjustment for it, be sure you

( leave it in that position throughout MROLINE. .
i ; Jgfl :: CT Home Heating
j heating season. Do not SHQW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
1 I !i By John Barclay attempt to use it from day to dayto LARGE JARS StANDlOt .

H-Inis regulate your fire. It was nev-
Heating Expert
er meant for that purpose. The
' '
only time you need move the Turn
: MPROPER adjustment of the Damper is at the start of the very The Worlfa Moat Famous Singer

I *- turn (or smoke pipe) damperin cold season and again at the startof GOLDEN J.lCn-l'

your furnace results in "chim the very mild season. These OPERA SINGER

Loading Azores Beef for Portugal. ney" loss of heat. Leave this two times are necessary to meet CANARYSold
) the extreme changes outdoor

i Tourists Find Many Interesting temperature Cuglcy'a Exclusively Tel Shop
CHECK Use only the Ashpit Damper and The Canary with a College EducationWo
j Check Damper for regulating ,the train them to sing.; They are taught to Imitate
Things in the Azores Islands the !flute violin and chimes-and to actually out-
: ;" DAMPER'P fire daily-to speed up or slow Blue and out-trill the greatest operatic stars.
I down the rate at which you want
,;: Prepared by National Geographic Society. much scientific work in the seas of the fire to burn. Rely wholly on MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE
C.-WNU Service.IT They sing conttantlv. ,
::: Washington D. morning noon and night
,': .. these northern islands, describes it these two dampers, and you'll get SEND FOR FREE CIRCULAR
;) :;:"i';.:.,., IS an interesting trip to as "a unique miracle of Nature." the proper fire regulation. I re PUPPIES OF ALL KINDS

J,,'{' ,y visit the seven islands of the Sao Jorge is beautiful and wooded peat-do not change the positionof CUGLEY'S PET SHOP INC.

;2:: Azores, northwest of Sao ; its pastures are famous, in the the Turn Damper inside the 18th&Market SU. Philadelphia Pa.,

2 < .-.: Miguel. Sailing at 9 In the evening archipelago. In the port of Vila smoke pipe. Otherwise you'll
( das Velas there is statue to the l
anchor at dawn in the P waste a lot of very valuable fuel
'0-J ,.;;- you memory of a native of the island ,
: ; ;" :" little harbor of Angra do Herois- who "struck oil" in California and ASH PIT DAMPER and heat. READ THE ADS

..j. mo, on the island of Terceira. left money for the sick and poor
'. damper closed as nearly as pos-
<: This attractive, historic old of his boyhood home. sible without retarding free burn- !

. : town, hemmed in by green hills, Pico's Wines and Cattle. ing of fuel or causing gas to escape 5

; nestles at the head of an oval Pico, whose imposing volcanic into the basement. PLUG !

:;),':. .::1. bay. peak :rises 7,821 feet above the sea, Once you have found the ideal
is watered and raises its
5"S Terceira third poorly
From the first, (
."., ". island to be discovered) has been vines in an unusual way. In rifts
and in the old lava flow, lupine is placedto f
the home of explorers war-
.-. island decompose, and in this improvised -
riors. In 1474 half of the was -J
Joao Vaz soil the young vines are
:t : : given by the crown to
Pico wine is in '
,:;.:\ ",. .- Corte-Real as a reward for his voy- planted. stronger : hZ'r s. ,2\+ C ti
alcoholic content than other
;: .': : : age to Terra Nova dos Bacalhaus
r :.: <,- (New Land of. Codfish: Newfoundland Azorian wines. 6ETTIt1 OUT 1 I WE'LL wHATARE0IJ
ft '" ). He was the first European The men of Pico are famous whal- GLAD-RAGS/ EH? *iA f'"SQUELCH': g ALL DRESSED
. ; ( ers. There lookouts the hill KILL"V&HAVEFUM. )=0R?
... :: except the Vikings, so the Portu- are on GOING TO J7f THAT.. ; UP
,,.. : ':' foot on New tops, and when the call, "Baleia! r ,.' Xj% 7WOSE. ,
;" :. guese affirm, to set f.-- f. / *
Baleia! rings out the
'- World soil. You see the house specially
built boats swiftly launched WEN GEORGc -
are ,
FL church
and the
I towed nowadays, by a motorboat, NAVE YOU 0
1 the church
'J' where he lies. In same FORGOTTEN?
and off chase
they to the
i 6' is the tomb of Paulo da Gama, sec- go WE'RE
t! ond in command on the first voyage the deep. Harpoons, thrown by THE TWEATER- % )jWcVEPLANNED
I to India, who fell ill on the way hand, are used, and spears when the i\ + s
exhausted whale is at last \ ?
ashore here brought f
home and was put UA IT FOR.
'.i. while his brother, Vasco, sailed on alongside-a combat requiring cour- WEEKS!

: ; I,,:"i':.. to Lisbon to receive the highest age, and skill. g Qr
,'" "',r honors his king could bestow. It is interesting to watch the load- nyyriZL% '.. i 1'a LP
'- Other brave mariners sailed from ing of cattle at Caes do Pico, future 14F cYf faYr ir R p4 tJ. S

!; Terceira to the Far West, one of beefsteaks for Lisbon. At all of the o'it,
whom is credited in Portuguese an- Azorian ports you anchor offshore. i Joy "q, i

nals with the discovery of Labrador. The cattle are rowed out in barges, J i 8A11
; 10 12 to A broad Joy
Although some historians question or a barge. slingis 1
the voyages of the father, two sons placed under an animal, a rope jo'
.,-- of Corte-Real, Gaspar and Miguel, tied fore and aft to prevent kicking,

r.r.i1.l are known to have sailed from An and, by means of a cable from the

q: :;fft: gra do Heroismo, but they did not ship securely hooked to the sling, WELL, SUPPOSE I'LL PAVE ToGO H/YoU'REALWA/SAU-/ .--AND ITS )bUR
:: ,.':!.: return. In the -town hall you are the creature is hoisted aboard most -:.6UT IT'S JUST LIKE YoU To OWN FAULT JF YOU'D DO AS TWE DOCTOR,
't' 1. shown a sealed box presented to the humanely. PICk 7UE AJ/QMT/ I FEEL TME. 1. SAID AND eEl RID OF YOUR COFFEE-
r::' ': : city by Prof. Edmund B. Delabarre, Cable Station at Horta. BAD /VT/ INDIG/ ST/ON IS ... '=t AVE INDIGESTION!
,>: ," of Brown university, who some ? You KNEW I'D BE :.
Horta the island of is
on Fayal
.'; .\" years ago deciphered, on a rock by a ALL\ /Nl!
a town well known to Americans in
.. : inscription
: river
: a Massachusetts a worn
I: which he translated: the days of New England windjammers -. f d
and whalers. It is the. seat of )
"Miguel Corte-Real, by the grace ;-
oceanic cable stations.
the In
chief of the Indians one
t-; of God, here ,
building six companies-British, y
,0 1511. .
German Italian French and '
The box in the town hall contains two F D
.' American-are housed. They trans-
soil from a spot near this rock. J1
$ It, is quite possible that Christopher mit, through many systems of chan-

\\i.' Columbus, while on a visit nels, messages to stations in North 4 9 p n /
America, Europe, and South Africa
to his brother-in-law, governor of s QJ'3' o ,
tfQ 'I Graciosa, the island next door tog and, by interconnection, to every d
-.I of the world. Four staffs do
|Terceira, profited by tales told him part )+ j Y J Joy
o Y
; the work of relaying. In the cen- o
" 'by early Azorian voyagers who had
ter of the building is a four-way
sailed west and returned.
window through which messages,
, '. !t Islanders Were Good Fighters.
' mainly in code, are passed. Thus,
.; IH In the Sixteenth century, men of should Jones and Jenks of New $
h Terceira put up a splendid fight York cable to their Rome 30 \
represen- SOT RID OF
' c{ against the invading Spaniards. : tative, the message, received by DRINK POSTUM INSTEAD! I CANT FEEL ". /ND/C5EST/ON/ ? J
i-When( their stronghold fell, Philip one of the two American com- JFYOUM/ANTTOFEEL ANY WORSE r

U II made it his bulwark against panies, is handed through the win- 5ET-r R-.-wHY S,SIR'
British sea rovers. dow and a moment later is being DOMT YOU FOLLOWS jg.y(S )& w' "- 'SWrrcNIMS c1b
Angra received the, handle "do received in Italy.It / ADVICE? 0' Q /, ;SCRAM, << e POSTUM

Heroismo" to its name when, a is a night's sail from Fayal to -\t s/HEN' r5tiREtXD1L'Vt <

century ago, it sent troops to Por- the jagged rock of Corvo, a single LCKEDYOUR. WE/ REv -/ {
tugal to win battles for Dom Pedro extinct volcano which thrusts only

I IV (who was Dom Pedro I, emperor its head above the sea. i

of Brazil) against his brother, Corvo's 700 hardy sons and daugh-

Dom Miguel.In ters, whose home is lashed in winterby
the massive fortress built by the sea in its fury, are isolatedfor cloy

Philip II, political prisoners are now weeks at a time, even from
held. During the World war Ger- their only near neighbors on the island -

man residents of Portugal were of Flores, 12 miles away. In r I

brought here. spite of hard work and exposure,
The leading export from the they are a sturdy lot, living a sim- i JO ,
Azores to the United States is em- ple, contented life.
broidery of the Madeira type, made Flores is the most beautiful of all CJtb

by the. women of Terceira. the islands. Water is so plentifulthat

4 I tCr This is the only island of the streams cascade into the sea.

4? i Azores where bullfights are held. The hedges of blue hydrangeas, the c Mof;y BACK purchase price, plus postage! (If"you live in Canada, ad-
' These are in the Portuguese fash- floral 'wonder of the Azores, are at IF SWrrOWJQ TO POSIUMffE 5,> dress General Foods, Ltd., Cobourg, Ont.)
ion-no bulls killed and fine horsemanship their best from July to Septemberon JOy 'T KELP y0U! Postum contains no caffein. It is simply whole wheat
A 0 and bran, roasted and slightly sweetened. It comes in
displayed. nearly all the islands growing' two forms..Postum Cereal, the kind you boil or percolate -
Graciosa from the sea is not as to a height of 10 to 20 feet. In can safely drink: coffee. But many others ...and Instant Postum, made instantly in the cup.
attractive as its neighbors, but does Flores trails are actually cut MANY all children-should never drink it. If you suspect Economical, easy to make, delicious, hot or iced.
its part agriculturally in spite of through tunnels of these sky-blue that the caffein in coffee disagrees with you...try You may miss coffee at first, but you'll soon love
Postum't 30-day test. Buy some Postum and drink it instead Postum's own rich
shortage of water, producing blossoms. Masses of golden
wine, broom j
of coffee for a full month. flavor. A product of m! v:o:r r
cereals, and cattle. The Azorian drape the cliffs. The island is with- If..l ter'30 days..you do not feel better return the General Foods. (This >'DON7BEA Cj y-) .t.,.
donkeys are bred here. In the bottom out roads but one is soon to be con Postum container top with your name and address to offer aspires July 1, c DRINK 1'OS R1M t r1oY ",; ":
of its rock-strewn crater is structed. Both Flores and Corvoare General. Foods, Battle Creek, Mich., and we will refund 1938.) ;?
.... .. ...
1' r.Con. Uem
Copr.1MT.Klnr : Sradluu.O.
a large cave with a fresh-water lake. connected by radio with the oth-
Albert, prince of Monaco who did er islands.

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Cane- Harvestvest GIANT, RATTLE SNAKE I graded and packed in his own pack-l' Cow Works Lying Down Where Potato Originated
KILLED IN GLADES CO. ing shed and shipped by The cow makes her .milk lying r The potato originated along the
northern markets. down. Cattle of all kinds grow lying Pacific coast of South America and I
season. (Moore Haven Democrat) A small% acreage of yellow crook- down and "show" cattle get in I was introduced to Europe by the
of the rattlesnakes "condition" lyine: down. Spaniards.
The grinding season is opening One largest neck squash is also being picked '
,twelve days earlier than ever before killed in this area for many monthswas -
this week. Only about three acres
in the history of sugar growing in reported this week by Arthur -
the Everglades. Opening dates In Barren who killed the reptile on an were planted but the yield and -:. t : fS.k
other years have ranged from November old trail near theThston Island feeder quality ;has been very good and the I

28th to December 18th. The canal over the week-end. The price fair,' about $1.50 per hamper.j ..-
< j early date this year is due partly to reptile measured six feet four inchesin The first of December \

the increase in plantings of an early length. liams expects to start cutUngcab-
maturing cane and partly to the
bage from a fifty acre tract. He reports
weather conditions. The sugar con- Record Bean Is
the cabbage market strong at
tent in the cane is unusually
house broke this time and likely to remain bo:;
Last year the sugar Made By G. H. Williams I -
all previous records for sugar pro- for some time. .
duction in the Everglades, 529,156 Mr. Williams states that his crop;:; <:.FOI'
tons of cane were ground, producing (Moore Haven Democrat I this fall are as pretty as anyone -.:.. :" ,..'" .
295,170 bags of raw sugar. The Glen H. Williams, one of the most could hope to see anywhere and ,- : L ,
1936 season was described as the successful farmers in the Everglades i among the prettiest he has ever

most successful in the history of. picked Monday what he says I grown.
the organization by officials of the is the record bean picking from his :

company. It is probable that the place in the many years he has har- Seaweed Makes Fine Fleeces "' \ ,
1937 season will top all previous vested crops from that same muck Some of England's finest fleeces J
records. acreage four miles east of town, between come from the Orkney and Shet- :,

Continued research of the corpo- four hundred and ninety and land islands, where seaweed formsa Printing <:
ration under the direction of Dr. five hundred hampers from three large part of the sheep's diet. -" ''"

B. A. Bourne has resulted in an almost bushels of seed planted on five :: ( : ) < .
complete change in types of: acres of ground. While this might ..
cane planted, some of the new varieties not stand as a production record :" ':<-"". .- :':..:
with high sugar content showa for beans it will remain close to the ; !. "
yield as high as 7 tons of raw top for a long time to come. : r< ;::" : ,;
In addition to this small tract of IT u : ar.
sugar per FLORIDA ; ;
: .
beans Mr. Williams has planted an /
OF HEALTH OFFICIALS additional foity-five acres. His next I 'f ,
WILD ADDRESS P.-T. A. GROUP picking will be the latter part of l i -. -,,",.'",,. ..' ,.-: "<';';' -
this week and from then on picking :'
Dr. Leland H. Dame and Mrs. will be almost continuous every day. m ;'. ;:: :+ : -{ : .
Mary IV. Matthews, physician and All of the truck he produces is ..

nurse of the State Board of Health, JiP OFtPL\;
will attend the meeting of the Clew- .
J ',>, "
iston Parent-Teachers Association JW .tC :> ''
Tuesday afternoon and will speakto ; 1'\\:\
the. members. Their topic will be :: l: t:: .
Tuberculosis, and the discussion is m J fJjJ :

a which fore-runner the P.-T.of a A.tuberculosis group, with clinic the i.xl a 0 ta} ,v : ;;: :, \i;

cooperation of the State Board of s tf il/, ] [ ; I :, ,.do:' Merit:' ;- '. Li --
Health, will sponsor in the near fu- u -i a.ty ,::; .c; '
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rf u( it;:
ture. I ::;i ; ;; :
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The final immunization clinic will .. -.
]EM1INOLE i io '
be held at the school .building on <
Tuesday morning, instead of Monday \

MRS.as H.formerly.. E. RICHAUD SUFFERS JACKSONVILLE GARNETT ANDREWS.Mm.9 r Stop at the .l' ) jl:;: Lti?2 V ; ,

modern, fireproof hotel In the heart of downtown [ "it.Sl
Mrs. H. E, Richaud, wife of the Jacksonville. Every room with tub and .
flower, loft water, ceiling fan, radio, flatted' ,; : -' { '-' : :.
manager of the Townsite Commissary :;- summer door.. Every Bed with innerspring 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE I .. '. ,. ...":. ; ,
sustained a broken leg in a mtttrcii and reading "lamp Running ice --.-.'- "., >ee -.'--0 ,
fall on the back steps of her home rater on every floor -1 'c

Thursday morning.At COCKTAIL AIR LOUNGE CONDITIONED. COFFEE SHOP All Outside Rooms With : ;
last reports she was resting aswell c : :; <
Ratti-Smgle' with Private Bath ., .,41.
... ,
_as could be expected. \J """ "
Rooms $2.00SO. Rooms $2.50 COOL, CLEAN, QUIET ":- ."M>; .A'7 :t'. 'tt'V'v:!,, ,<.,*' .; :...""- "f ,'-\.:'I->". fil, '
; [;Rooms S3 00 24 Rooms $3.50
Paul Revere, Silversmith Swnptf Rooms with Privit Bath {400 : : : I
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sheathing for the frigate Constitution PAIT E N V HOT It OtSOfO "
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