The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00657
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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i --1 I GROUND BROKEN Berner Buys Tract Of-SUGAR--- MILL BEGAN I Entire School Faculty -SUPREME= COURT .

Land At Bare BeachJ. Attends Teachers Meet .


E. Beardsley, realtor, announced The entire faculty of the Clewis

I ;. FORD AGE lCYi this week the sale of 75 acres of TUESDAY AT NOONWith ton High School attended the c meeting BILL' SECOND TIME

farm'land in the Bare Beach dis- of the Southwest Florida Teachers -

s i trict to Carl H. and Pauline Berner i Association held in the Punta

"i -- of Clewiston. The consideration was a long blast of the mill I Gorda high school building Friday. ,A final !
Ground was broken this week on order from the state supreme ,
not announced. Included in the I whistle the 1937-38 harvest season';! Schools of the county were closed court :
the new home of the Hendry County Friday held .the "Mur
transfer were nine individual tractsof was ushered in Tuesday at noon :: for the day, permitting all teachersto phy" bill-"low dollar tax'redem

Motors, and the company is anticipating adjoining land from various own- when the first carload 'of cane was I make the trip.A tion law" valid :for the second time.p

moving into its new loca- ers. The property is situated in West dumped into the hoppers at the sug- nice compliment to the school I The decision was unanimous, and

>: tion on January first. The building one-half ot"SE one-quarter of Sec- ar house of the United States Sugar was the selection of its principal, B. I opened the way for wide-spread
tion 19 43 Range 35. E. Herring, to make the I
Township corporation here. response to i
: auction sales of
: is being located on Sugarland High- delinquent tax certificates -
For the past few years this pro- The wide-spread interest in the the address of welcome. President
under terms of
disputed -
the street from the
just across
way perty has been successfully farmed sugar industry is shown in the fact Deloach of the Punta Gorda Chamber 1937 tax law.Delinquent .
: Florida and Power
Light ComQany'sice :\ by M. H. Crouch, vegetable broker, that more than a hundred visitors of Commerce welcomed the sev- tax certificates

house and diagonally acrossfrom and is at the present under lease to were shown through the mill on I eral hundred visitors to the city and sold at were
R. C. Nowling's, Gulf Service I I auction following the enactment -
Mr. Crouch. It was planted in beans the first two days. The majority of Mr. Herring, on: behalf of the teachers -
Station. It will Lots 1, 2, 3, I of the law and were subsequently :
occupy this fall and is now being 1 arvest-I the visitors ''were from Florida although made a brief response. The I ordered withheld
4, of Block 161. from the
ed. I several other states, among morning session was given over to buyers by an order of the supreme
The building will have one hund- Mr. Berner's plans for improve- them Alabama, Ohio, Illinois, Con- addresses by Ray V. Sowers; dean court which was made July 21st.

_' red feet of frontage on the highway ment include mole drainage and necticut and Kansas, were represented of Southern College, who gave the The order was to be effective while

. fi), and will ..be.of. concrete and steel ditching over the entire tract. He I )'I'I i keynote speech, Mrs. C. F. Parvin, the court considered attacks againstthe
) .. i construction with an attractive stucco of ten- I I state P.-T. A. W. M.
I will later construct a group Mill employees are working in president, Qa- constitutionality of the act. The
front. It will be of ample size and : ruthers, state of :
ant houses. ( three eight-hour shifts daily supervisor high court, following its denial for a rehearing -
to accomodate an office, stock room While a future planting programis keep the mill operating 24 hours I schools, and others prominent in the dissolved the order, and
and large display room. for new cars. :I not known it is understood thatMr. each day. The shifts are from 6 till i educational field in the state. those certificates will now be delivered -

In the rear of the building will be Berner will place some fir all I I2; 2 till 10 and 10 till 6. In the afternoon the teachers I by the clerks of the various

located .the repair and paint depart- of the tract in sugar cane at"a future Guides are provided by the corpo- I were divided into groups for talks courts to the purchasers.

"' ': \, .ment. date. ration for the convenience of those and discussions of elementary and Property with assessed valuationof

;t .:.' E. M. Cornette, manager of the In the past few months the, wishing to make the trip throughthe high school problems.The about $96,000,000.went off the
. ,-: '\" Hendry County Motors, states that Beardsley office has closed three mill. Visitors are admitted from meeting was considered very tax rolls in recent years because of

.'J v the building will be completely mod- deals aggregating 170 acres of .8 a. m. till noon and from 1 to 4 p. beneficial and inspiring by the local non-payment of taxes. Certificates
:! }; ern, fireproof construction and large!I farm lands. m. each day while the mill is grind- I teachers. against this were made to the state

"',:; enough to care for the increased ing. No visitors are permitted to go when there were no buyers at the

' \ .'' business' the Ford dealership. The I UNEItIAliES ANOTHER through the mill when 'It, is shutdown I I FORMER SHERIFF McLAUGHLINDIES regular tax certificate sales.
:. 'cost, exclusive of lots, will be $7,500. INSURANCE I
.. : RECORD IN for cleaning. I AT HOME IN LaBELLE Sponsors of the Murphy act, officially -
.' Paul is contractor the' I II
Bussey on I I Last season approximately 10,000 I "committee substitute for

::.:' job. i|I I Charles E. Miner, who established visitors were shown through the Daniel L. McLaughlin, 60, former house bill 396," said It would restore -

I(himself as an insurance agent less mill during the four and one-half I! sheriff of Hendry county and for I this property to active taxpaying -

:> Road Construction In than a year ago, made another re- months grinding season. many :years one of its leading cattle- status by having the delinquenttaxes

cord for himself in his new line. men, died Friday morning at his settled.It .

. ': :, .: County Now Underway The New York Life Insurance' Company Much Activity Seen In home in LaBelle. Funeral services provides for settling the de-

,, has listed him again as high were held at the Ortona cemetery linquent taxes with the amount bid

".'1: A construction crew began work man for the month among agents of Christmas Seal Sale Saturday with Rev. A. M. Glisson for the certificates. Opponent pointed -

last week on the bridge along the I less than a year with the company.A and Rev. P. T. Tyler officiating., I out it would be possible to bid
short time Mr. Miner was I Pall bearers John McLaughlin -
five ,miles of Road 164, which is ago were in certificates for as much as one
under contract to the H. E. Wolfe I awarded a floor lamp as prize by A great deal of ,activity is being Lawrence McLaughlin, Milton cent above the cost of advertisingand

'r' Construction company of St. Augus the company in a contest among seen in Hendry county this week in I II Norton and Nathan Norton., conducting the sale. They said

tine. The concrete bridge structures new dealers. 'During October his I connection with the sale of Christ Survivors are his widow, Mrs. this made the act unconstitutionalbecause

I are being built by the Suwannee"sales for the company were again Thanksgiv-ing Hazel McLaughlin, two daughters, it did not amount to uni-

Construction company of Lake City, higher than any other new agentin are being prepared)I Miss Kathleen and Miss Mary, and I form taxation.If .

which sub-let the work from the I the state. The record speaks well to be sent out to 320 county citizens -:' three sons; Daniel, Hiriam and Na some other than the owner of

J not, only for Mr. Miner's salesman- each letter worth than. Involved the tax
Wolfe'company.. The five miles of jI I containing $2 I the property buys
I, l.,;:. paving will begin at LaBelle and ship, but for the business condi- of seals. The deceased had been a resident I certificate, the property owner is allowed -
; tions in the territory which he serves. of LaBelle for 16 moving there
toward Felda. I years two in which to redeemthe
.' \ '. ,extend Locations: for_ the bright colored
;' Work will begin on November' 22, posters showing the genial face" of from Kissimmee. certificate by paying the pur-

next Monday, resurfacing the road the Town Crier are being selected. chase price plus three percent in-

through Denaud from state highway I P.-T. A. Hears State Posters will be placed so no one can Herring Speaker At terest. If It is homestead property,

". : 25 at Stallings corner to the Denaud visit the business section without I I the owner Is allowed 10 years to re

postoffice and then to the experi II! Health Officers seeing the Town Crier who appearson I Local Kiwanis ClubB. deem.
>.; : ment station' which is back to highway the 1937 Christmas Seal and all After the redemption period. ex-

" W ':.:-. 25 on a WPA project.under the I advertising material, according to pires, the holder of the tax certifi-

,', t)' supervision of C. C. House, junior i)i' Dr. Leland H. Dame, district IF. Deane Duff, of Clewiston, county E. Herring, secretary of the cate may begin foreclosure actionto

; y,} .. supervisor r of operation in .Hendry II[I'health officer of the State Board of I Christmas Seal Sale Chairman. Kiwanis Club and principal of the gain ownership title to the pro-
Health and Mrs. Mary W. Matthews, local high school, spoke to the Clubat
_ : 'ft..::. county. Ten months time is allotted The sale of Seals is carried on perty.
, supervising nurse, spoke at the luncheon meeting !
- r ;r:! :. for completion of the project. I throughout the nation from Thanksgiving its weekly ati I
I j:, .,;. meeting of the Parent-Teachers As- until Christmas, i following the Barracks Wednesday evening i Garden Club Begins !
sociation held at the school build-I of
interesting resume
and gave an
}t., Wilcox Enters Race immediately upon the close of the '
ing Tuesday; afternoon. I the meeting 'of the Southwest Flor- I
-', .,-: Red Cross Roll Call on Thanksgiving New Plant Program
Dr. Dame's talk was on the prevention Day, Mr. Duff said. ida Teachers Association. which
For U. S. Senate j
7 .. I of tuberculosis. He also, by I was held in Punta Gorda last week. j
Proceeds from the sale of Christmas -
?:> : request, spoke on hookworm, de- Mr. Herring particularly described Mrs. F. ii\r. Wright, president of I
Seals are used for tuberculosis
:'.,+.',, / West Palm Beach, Nov. 18 (FNS) I scribing the causes and cure of 'the work in Hendry county and Florida.I the speech of Dean Ray V. Sow- the Garden Club, announced the appointment -

-On the eve of his ,return to Wash-I disease. They.....help to make available facilities ers of Southern College, which he of committees for the

'. _. ington for the special. session of Mrs. Matthews added to Dr. for ,seeking out early cases ofj I characterized the key-note speech of year's work at the meeting of the
.' \ ,:,. ',', Congress, Mark Wilcox, congress-{Dame's remarks on' tuberculosis and tuberculosis, for discovering child-! the meeting. Several short addresses Club held at her home yesterday af-

.a. <." man from the fourth congressional !stressed the need for the Association hood tuberculosis in school children,! with musical numbers Interspersed ternoon.

,.:. ': I district, announced his intention to taking the lead in making the town '(training for negro physicians, tuberculosis consumed the morning session. The following are the committees:

: become a candidate for the United tuberculosis conscious. Both Dr. institutes for nurses, white After the luncheon hour elementaryand Mrs: W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle.

.': States Senate, and he will oppose Dame and Mrs. Matthews spoke 'cf[and colored and provide health education high school teachers were sep-I Program: Mrs. F. Deane Duff,

- Senator Claude Pepper in the next the coming tuberculosis clinic. material for schools, clubs, arated for discussions relative. to the Park: Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. R.I .

'May primaries. No date has been set for the clin- organizations and other groups. various grades. I H. Knight and Mrs. K. Bowden.

Wilcox stated he would seek a ic yet, but the physician and nurse "Two sheets are being sent this There were several hundred _Flowers and Florist's Supplies:

senate seat principally on his recordin will in the early future return to year", Mr. Duff said, "because of teachers from the five counties,I Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson -

Congress. In a recent statewide Clewiston for an entire day to givean increased demands for the servicesof Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry I Mrs. E. C. Mills.

tQf speaking tour, Wilcox was open examination for possible tuberculosis the organization." The' Seal Sale!and Lee, in attendance at the meet- Christmas Plans: Mrs. O. A.

with his criticism of certain "New to all who wish to receive In Florida is sponsored }by the Flor-I ing, Mr. Herring stated.I. j Jones and Mrs. J.: B. Dotterer.

t Deal" measures, particularly the I the examination. The offer applies ida Tuberculosis and Health Association -, M. Fafford, president of the I A new plan of programs for the

wage and hour bill. {l to grown persons and small children and its affiliated groups. i Club, presented 'an invitation from year has been'\ made by the program
is called the
The plan
During' his term as cengressman'l j l as well as. to children of school age. I I I the Hollywood Kiwanis Club for the I Plant committee.Identification Program and

he wrote and sponsored Also included in the program Calendar For Week Clewiston Kiwanians to- join other each mem-
I will consist of a paper by
al bankruptcy law, the Wilcox air Tuesday was an interesting play- I I clubs of the area in a joint instal- ber of the club sometime during the

.; defense act, and the Everglades Na- let: "The Mother's Club", presentedby lation of officers at the Hollywood and shrubs.

-. ...,;, .,;, tional Park act. 'He is 48 years old, five; little girls from Miss Hamp-\Monday, November 22. Beach Hotel on January 3rd. The year Yesterday on various Mrs.flowers E. L. Stewart

a native of Georgia, and has resided ton's room.HELATI'ES. Tuesday, November 23. Club discussed the trip, but deferred talked on Roses and MrsG.. B.
in Florida since 1925. Wednesday, November 24. definite action on the invitation. :
and a pa-
Rackstraw prepared gave
OF MRS. ETHERTON First Grade gives Thanksgiving I and Camelias.
,', SCHOOLS TO IEAYE WISEK-END GATHER FOR FAMILY REUNION program in Elementary school. Royer Released On per The November meeting was held

',; HOLIDAY NEXT WEEK -- Chapel exercises 10.:30 a. m. yesterday Instead of the regular

.' The home of Mr.: and Mrs. Glen Parents and friends invit'cd.Kiwanis i Slot Machine ChargeHendry time net;; week in order that it
:. Hendry county schools will remain meeting, Barracks, 7:30
Etherton Thanks-
o was the scene of a family would not conflict with the
closed next Friday, following p. m. S. A. Graves: speaker.
reunion Sunday as relatives of Mrs. giving holiday.
Thanksgiving, thus giving the teachers Boy Scout meeting, Scout House, ( County News)
... Etherton gathered for the day. Attending were Mrs. F. M.
and pupils a long weekend.The 7:30 p. m. County Judge W. T. Maddox deferred J.
Bestor, Mrs.
school board members debated Those attending were Mr. and Benefit, Dance on Courts, High judgment and released Carl Wright, Mrs. H. A. .
whether to, give the extra hol- Mrs., G. M. Penny, Mr. and Mrs. F. School Athletic Association. I E. foyer Saturday, who was under R. Lakin, Mrs. B.R.A.H.Bourne Knight,, Mrs.G. .

iday next week, inasmuch as an ex- n. Maxwell, C. V. VanLandingham, Thursday, Nov 25. $250 bond to appear at the January W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. H. Press-
all of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. I B. Rackstraw, Mrs.
tra holiday was added to the Armis- Thanksgiving. term of county court to answer to F. Deane
Wells, Mr. and Mrs. I... Wells and ley, Mrs. Jj W. Ezelle, Mrs.
tice holiday last week. Teachers .it- Friday, November 25. I a charge of possessing a slot ma- Mrs. M. M
C. L. Downs,
per( tended a meeting of the Southwest Curtis Wells of Clewiston. School remain closed. chine after October 1, 1937 in his Duff, Mrs. Mrs.
W. C.
c I Prewitt
t" association in Saturday, November 26th.YISITO11'SIIOURS ?,
Educational .
Florida of business.
f ". f place O. A. Jones, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, and
Punta Gorda on that day. However, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. H. Royer pleaded guilty to the Mrs. E.. C. Mills.
', the decision of the board was in A. Bestor are leaving this morningfor AT SUGARHOUSE
when he appeared
charge Saturday
'4:. favor of the holiday, so schools will Gainesville to spend the Home-
before the judge and was released Misses Bernice O'Neal and Mae
: .' dismiss Wednesday afternoon to reconvene coming week-end at' the Universityof
the fpUowJng Monday mornIn Florida with their sons, Robert 8 a. m. till 12. upon his promise not to repeat, the' Lily Stone were. Thursday" visitors

.I $. Patterson and Richard Beaton. '.\.. 1 ;p. m..., till. 4 ,p., 'm 0'f pffense in :)Hendry county In Pahokw. ..L f- ,. __



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l't'CIllJ Review of Current Events I

AROUND Items of Interest

CROP CONTROL MEASUREFeatures ., to the Housewife l

LOLL: & _,.. .. .
for --- '-
of the New Bill Prepared Congress ;;- -- --I

Italy Adheres to Anti-Red Agreement To Prevent Rugs From Slipping.Jar cups milk. Sift the dry ingredi-

rubbers securely fastenedby ents. Add the milk slowly and

14)4 about sewing on the under side will beat until smooth. Mixture shouldbe
td IV. Piduuul prevent throw or scatter rugs just stiff enough to drop from

from slipping on smooth floors. the end of a spoon. Steam for

SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK Growing Cannon Fodder. about ten minutes, tightly covered -
Freshening Coconut.Shreddedcoconut
Western Union. ;
: Newspaper SANTA
this takes that becomes dry can be *

foreign office asserted the pact has crop freshened by soaking it in milk for
ay.s the backing of 200,000,000 people time and planning.First five minutes before using it in To Roll Corn Flakes.-Lay a
clean towel the table and
"who are not prepared for any political your veterans must grow cookies, cakes, frostings and pud- on put
I the flakes in the center.
corn Fold
:: : reasons to allow the primary past fighting age because those who dings. : each side of the towel over the
a *
__ necessity for fighting bolshevism to survive the horrorsof
,. Dumplings for Stew.-Two cups flakes, turn both ends over to the
drop into the background. one war never
flour two center and crush with a rolling
teaspoons baking 'pow-
There was a belief in European willingly enlist for h
'; '.' : capitals that there were secret mili- another. Meanwhile rf. der,- one-half teaspoon salt, twoi pin.

tary clauses in the agreement, and be sure' the 'women

this suspicion was intensified by have been bearing f

the fact that German warships children, since children -

\ joined Italian warships in target are the seed Home Heating

: practice off the Italian naval base corn of. your future 11t'I'LL

of Gaeta. sowing. Uintc By John Barclay

g One of the possible implications of As the newer gen- Heating Expert

the pact which bothers Great Britainis eration grows up

that the three allied nations may dose it on the old

': a. make a great clamor for restora- reliable P. P. P. Irvin S. Cobb T A FEEL certain you'll find the

tion to Germany of her lost col formula parades, following daily schedule for

S \ onies. pomp, propaganda. Bands and guns taking care of your furnace fire

Hitler, Mussolini and(Premier Ko- and flag -, wavings, murderous will simplify its operation and NEVER GO TO ;

noye of Japan exchanged felicita- preachments and manufactured pa- give you the utmost fuel satisfac-

.., tions on the signing of, the agreement triotism; they all help to fertilize tion: DINNER WITH A

j against the ultimate harvesting. MORNING-To get quick heat,

"LITTLE FLOWER" WINS _iC- Befuddle the first-born on dreamsof open the Ashpit Dapmer wide and BOY AGAIN- UNLESS

Fiorello La Guardia, who licked Duke May Come in February drunken glory. Teach him the close the Check Damper. Add I HAVE {
re-elected neighbor over the way is an enemy fresh fuel only when fire is burn-
Tammany and was mayor MAYBE the duke and duchess of who must some day be crushed ing briskly, leaving an exposed y SOME
of New York, in a striking poseas
will come' to the Unit- without mercy. Make him believehis spot of live coals directly in fronti"

he addressed voters. ed States after all. It was said in country's destiny demands revenge MeV 'P1.IILLIPS'I

Paris by oneof their associates they for old hurts, reprisals for old

Farm Measure Ready had decided tentatively to make the losses, widened boundaries.And TABLETSIN

for trip in February; believing that then, in about 20 years, you IN
VOLUNTARY crop control by that time they could carry out have a nation ripened for ruin, a
rice and cotton; their without criticism.The .
plan race of mothers ready to offer their PURSE
and limitation of tobacco -
sudden cancellation of the sons to the slaughter.
production, are provided for in trip was primarily due to the harsh *

the new farm measure drafted by criticism of organized.labor becauseit Politicians. A .5
the house committee on agriculturefor Two-Faced E
be Charles E.
was to managed by
action in the extraordinary ses- Bedaux, whose speed-up system is SOMEBODY says the type worthless poli-

sion of congress. abhorrent, to labor. That gentle- swaps WOtIG
normal promises before election for the
Wallace's "ever
granary" plan is included in the man promptly withdrew from the public's confidence-and its votes- Often "acid indigestion" is distressing

tour arrangements and President reminds him of Janus. Janus wasa to you- and offensive to
bill. The also providesfor
measure Green of the A. F. of L. thereuponsaid
"tariff equalizing taxes" which god with two faces, and the an- of the firedoor. If you find it nec- others. But now there is no excuse
American labor would "extenda
would be actually a revival of the sincere and cordial welcome to the cients finally got so ''they couldn't essary, gently shake the grates, I for being guilty.

processing taxes which the Supreme trust either one of them. But it took if they weren't shaken the night You simply carry your alkalizer
duke and duchess and in
court declared unconstitutional.These co-operate" them a long time to catch on. before. with you and use it at the first

taxes would be applied onlyto their proposed investigations. Might I be pardoned for thinkingof DURING DAY-Control fire sign of "upset" stomach. Simply
Should Edward and Wally come homelier simile I'm take two tiny tablets of Phillips'Milk
and rice-3 centsa a
wheat cotton with
Check and .
over in February, perhaps Mrs. ,
of Magnesia when out with
bushelon the pack-rat of this western coun-
pound on cotton, 20 cents a use Turn Damper to
Roosevelt will find it
possible to regu-
others. Or if at home
wheat and Vz cent a pound on try. The thrifty pack-rat slips with late fire daily. Keep it closed you
lecture dates to
arrange so as stealthy tread into your camp whilst can take two teaspoons of liquidPhillips'
be at'the luncheon the Pres- nearly as possible without ham-
rice.The present Both act the
slumber and carries off way.
is declaredto you some-
policy of congress pering the free burning of the fire.
ident will give for the visitors. '
be to maintain "so far as practicable thing of value. But he doesn't steal Relief is usually a matter of

both parity of prices paid to -*- it-nothing like that. He merely exchanges NIGHT-Shake grates gently. seconds. "Gas," nausea, "heart

farmers for all agricultural com- Our Navy Grows Rapidly with you, you being asleepat until the first red glow shows in I burn," acid,breath-all respond ,

modities marketed by them for domestic the time. He leaves a dry twig ashpit before banking fire. This quickly. Just make sure you ask I
OF THE NAVY done : "
wet ashes down and clean
SECRETARY "Phillips.
consumption and export and behind and totes off a side of meat.
A. SWANSON reported ashpit. Always open the Check
He confiscates of boots
income for farmers market- one your ,
to the President that the navy Damper and close the Ashpit
such commodities." but, in return, confers on you a
ing is stronger than at any time since Damper when banking fire. Keep I
Benefit 'payments would be made couple of dead cactus stalks. His M +ct MnuMrM1
war days and is '' them that way until burn
intentions be honest but there gases
only to producers taking part in the may ,
moving steadily up from fresh fuel. Then close them.
and would be is no record showing where a pack-
general ,
program to the full strength Never leave the firedoor after
the of land rat ever got the worst of a trade. open
based (2)
on (1) use 4 permitted by the fire is banked.
changes in the use of land, and (3) .. I figure he's part Scotch.
S'- abrogatedby
Follow this daily schedule
the percentage of normal production andyou'll
' Japan. It'will not get the best results.
V into domestic This Man
: going con- Dewey.
beyond the limi-
r sumption. Also no benefit payment tations in those WHEN the 'Republicans get out WNU Service.

) in excess of $10,000 :would be paid to run down
pacts unless other .
!" any one producer. M their 1940 nominee, they might
s$1 nations do so. I
For the protection of consumers .+ search in the tall timbers 'of Man-
Under its big replacement -
rf the bill provides that when prices of hattan island.
-afw;>. :c program
f, the respective commodities exceed the department has There's a young fellow there, the MEET BIG DENNEW

; parity by 10 per cent the secretary Sec. Swanson under constructiontwo name being Dewey, and he being

'" of agriculture shall call outstanding new battleships and has appropriations -* kin to the great admiral whose

commodity loans, thus releasing deeds crackled at Manila one May
for 85 other warships.
stored commodities and in this like the
: way day morning lightnings on
These include three aircraft car-
r.-', preventing excessive prices. Mount Sinai. He comes of old TWO-FISTED VALUE IN
, riers, one heavy cruiser, nine light
-*! Yankee stock. He hails from a debatable -
cruisers, fifty-five destroyers and
( Italy Joins Anti-Reds seventeen submarines. state, Michigan; lives in a SMOKING TOBA O ty

pivotal state, ,New York. Still in
(:. has given the dem- Five
MUSSOLINI' years ago the total number his mid-thirties, he smashed the
governments of Europe of under vessels 101 of
: age was foulest, securest nests of labor rack- UNION MAOK
: something else to worry about, for 728,050 .tons, with twenty-three ves- eteers and vice racketeers in Amer- <

r' Italy has joined Germany and Japan sels of 122,500 tons under construc- >/2 '

;:' in their agreement tion. Today the navy has 113 ves- ica.He married sweet Texas
, a girl,
r to combat communism sels of 869,230 tons under and
age southern make-'em. Her
as as they
t. and no one f t:7: 45k
eighty-seven vessels of 335,565 tons grand-uncle was Jeff Davis. My : %
knows how far this t under construction.
t s daddy was Jeff Davis' relative, too.
alliance will
,;: go or -iC- And this trained ;
', young :
just what are its intentions 3 3x 4
\' The three : China Won't Negotiate grand opera. Speaking of this charm ;

. thing, think of a President who'dwind
; "charter members"of CHIANG t .
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( the pact-that tor of China, issued a formal "Home the "
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'tf Italy-hope that all tions with Japan for settlement of Nordic ;.; # 4 'ar I

j t...". other fascist minded t 'the Far Eastern conflict.He events Supremacy. mind I

t}: nations, including reaffirmed China's determination RECENT of bring'to back a
JoachimHungary some
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I to continue the struggle until
VonRibbentrop: when night-riding patriots in an
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county on, as a
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the world, and expressed opti- sacred duty imposed all true :
upon I
will adhere to the agreement. /
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concerning military situa- -
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fascist, communist and
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! .' Joachim ready to exchange information con- mail to members of the Africanrace JL tin of union-made Big Ben. watches,knives, flashlights Look
von Ribbentrop, German
I ambassador to Great.Britain. Hitler cerning the conflict in China with followed by unpleasant sur- You get two full ounces of sweet for Big Ben at all tobacco dealers.

:4.;: sent him to Rome to sign the signatories of the nine power treatyof prise parties did the recipients fail and mild burleys from the BlueGrass You can't miss that big red tin
1922 but not with
pact, and it is expected that the nonsignatorieslike to heed the gentle warning.So country-crimp-cut to with the thoroughbred horse on
headquarters of the alliance will be the community was getting burn slow and cool-kept fresh it. Get yourself a tin of full-
in Berlin. iC- more Nordic by the hour and the by an air-tight Cellophane seal. flavored Big Ben today 1-and

,-, Officials in Rome stated the New Attack on Black sound of the Anglo-saxophone was ,And-in every tin there's a Big watch how soon the premiums
pact heard oft in the stilly night. That's Ben coupon good for handsome roll in.
L was not directed against any country LEVITT made a new ef-
; ALBERT the scene and the plot. Now for rHANDSOME
f, ., and said Russia might have all I obtain Justice Hugo L. the sketch:

': the communism it wants so long as Black's removal from the Supreme Pelagria Perkins meets Hook
she keeps it at home. But before the
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do? strRobert InccrsoU Remington Eve ready
2,000,000 tons of warships and 200- start quo warranto proceedings "Me!" Hookworm. "Boy, plpe watch. knife. flashlight.

000,000 persons are now at the disposal against Black. This in effect would I'd finish readin'says it on the train." 60 coupons. 75 coupons. 25 coupons. 85 coupons.

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Z&PhiISujo I Thought for Youth r ,
STAR Queer Duels Are Fought !':

: SUNDAY B LET no youth have any anxiety Two men stand tensely in cir-

[LessonBy DUST ** the upshot of his educa- cles 30 feet apart. A word from I

IOn tion, whatever the line of it may the referee and the duelists go at "
Uncrowded Roads REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, ,be. If he keeps faithfully busy it. Three minutes later, it's all

I There were careless drivers 30 I Dean, of the of Moody Chicago.Bible Institute J :Movie .Radio I :each hour of the working day, he over and the opponents' white

1 years ago, but the horses had Western Newspaper Union. :may safely leave the final resultto clothes drip with red-tomato juice.It .
I f itself. He can with perfect happened in California. One
sense. *** VIRGINIA VALE ***
certainty count man charged another welshed
on waking
Some stones that don't roll, Lesson for November 21 up on
don't accumulate moss. They get some fine morning to find himselfone a bet. The latter challenged the """

buried in the mud. OFF-SCREEN romance is of 'the competent ones of his accuser to a duel. The seconds
CHRISTIAN WORKERS these generation in whatever pursuit he chose tomatoes at 30 paces.
All the ladders of success havea
days in casting pictures. Para- may have singled out. Silently That reminds us of the old gag
here and there.
missing: rung, LESSON TEXT-I Corinthians 3:10.15:
Galatians has between all the details of his busi- about the tough, uncouth young-
6:6.10.GOLDEN mount
You have to be prepared for that. given a three-year
TEXT-And let us,not be wearyin ness, the power of judging in all ster who defied the'polite boy, demanding -
If one must be homely why can'tone to John
well doing: for in due season we shall contract Barrymore that class of matter will have built he name his
be grandly homely like Abra- reap if we faint not.-Galatlans 6:9. weapons.
and his wife Elaine Barrie and
ham Lincoln ? PRIMARY TOPIC-In Our Church. itself up within him as a posses- The second lad wasn't afraid.
was JUNIOR TOPIC-What Can I Do to Help? will feature them together in a sion that will never pass away.- "Grammar at 20 paces," he shot
Things we'd like to know. Whyare INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- William James. back. .,
lawyers' arguments called What Can I Do for Christ and the Church? picture as soon as a suitable
briefs? The Need for Christian Workers.. story can be located. Making .

Quickly Gets AroundA "Laborers together with God" pictures to be with a nightmare Mr. Barrymoreused to direc- I A Durable Rug of StringPattern r II

rumor may not have a leg such is the glorious and distinctive tors.

to stand on, ,yet how swiftly it title; of true Christians, according to

travels.If the verse just preceding our assigned Some 'days he was three hours
you tell your. secret why do text. Unfortunate is the all late showing up for work, and some- r illustration of them and of the

:, I you expect others not to? too common error of regarding only times he' disappeared for days. stitches used; material 'require

i I pastors and missionaries as the When he did arrive on time, likely ments; a photograph of the medal-

iI I i workers in God's vineyard. Whilewe as"not he would make such caustic lion; color suggestions.To .

A Three Days' Cough recognize that there is a special remarks to his fellow players that obtain this pattern, send 15

calling for some men to leave their their nerves were practically shat- cents in stamps or corns (coins

0/ Is Your Danger SignalNo vocations and devote their entire tered. Marriage to the young and preferred) to The Sewing Circle,

matter how many'medicines time to the Lord's work, let us be ambitious Miss Barrie has changedall Household Arts Dept., 259 W.

you have tried for your cough, chest sure properly to stress the impor- that. Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y.

cold get ,relief or bronchial now With irritation Creomulsion.,you can tance of every Christian's being a -- Please write your name, ad-
trouble be brewing and worker for God. dress and pattern number plainly.
Serious may At last the quarrel between Fred-
you cannot afford to take a chance The portions assigned fov our die Bartholomew and Metro-Gold-
with any remedy less potent than study present the privilege and responsibility -
Creomulsion, which goes right to of Christians as'fellow- w y n-M aye r has Three Kings in YearIn
the seat of the trouble and aids nature >k> been settled and a
workers with Christ under the fig-
to soothe and heal the inflamed ,f Freddie will :soon return 1936 England had,three kings,
loosen ures of builders and of seed sowers.
mucous membranes and to
to work. Under
George V, Edward VIII and
and expel the germ-laden phlegm. I. Builders of the House (I Cor. ; the
S new
Even if other remedies have failed,. .5 George VI. England has had three
fion't be discouraged, try Creomul- 3:10-15). F he will get two thou- sovereigns during two other calen-

sion. Your druggist is authorized to The first'requisite of a building is sand dollars a week dar years. In 1483 King EdwardIV

refund your money if you are not a foundation and it must be strong n for forty weeks, and died and his son Edward V

thoroughly satisfied with the benefits first- and true. Builders for Christ havea ur Ml3 three thousand 5927. was murdered by his uncle Rich-
obtained from the
bottle. Creomulsion is one wordnottwo very sure foundation stone in Him. 1>HV A weekly for six weeks A durable scatter rug in cotton ard III. In 1553 Edward VI died

and it has no hyphen in it. 1. The Foundation-Jesus Christ. 4 4' of personal appear- -quick to do, inexpensive, sturdy, and his cousin Jane was allowedto
Ask for it plainly, see that the name There is only definite assurancein ; ances. Also he gets colorful. It's made of four strands reign only a few days. She was
on the bottle :is Creomulsion, andyou'll Paul's word concerning the foun a dollar a week ad- imprisoned 'by the supporters ofEdward's
and worked together forming a stout
get the genuine product dation. It is perfectly clear to him ditional for
the relief you want. Adv.) Freddie pocket "thread." Made 'in three colors, sister, Queen Mary I,
that there be no Christian faith He'll needit
can Bartholomew money. and beheaded the next
can have for Winter year.
you ,gay rugs
without Jesus Christ. Such a state- with a twenty-five .
that will fit the coloring of '
FirmnessIt ment sounds almost childish. One thousand dollar bill owed for law- -rugs
is only those who possess might well assume that no intelli- yer's fees. your rooms exactly. Crochet the

firmness who can possess true gent person would claim to be one -- medallions one at a time, some Toohloa
plain, some figured, and join them PROTECTED
gentleness.-La Rochefoucauld. of God's builders and reject his ,
One of your tried and true friendsof for this' stunning diamond design.In t PACKAGE
foundation stone. But alas
radio, whom you may not know pattern 5927 you will find complete
Wrapped in Moisture-proof Cellophane
who claim to be Christians
are they ,
ITS"FUIe'L-Fifl"; by name, has just made a great instructions and charts for
who to be structureof
profess raising a
success on the New York stagebuthe making the medallions shown
M ObOlQNE ;SE: Christian life and testimony, but is still on the air. It is Clay-

SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY who have set aside the only possible ton Collier. You have known himas
foundation on which to build. master of ceremonies for both Men Who Do

Brevity 2. The Master Builder-and. his the Leo Reisman and Eddy Duchin ''I When I look at history I see it
builders. '
\ t bands. man's to solve the with photo finishing it .j I
as attempt
? .r Brevity is very' good, when we Paul was a pioneer. He declareshis any pric. the btautl- I
.... are, or are not understood.-But- ambition and calling to be "to practical problem of living. The ful clear Ntvtr-Fadt Veins Pleturet jackRabbit I
who did most to solve it were'not sixes you. Any slzo roll kodak
ler. preach the gospel not where Christwas A mysterious Mr. Gallagher flew men I film dev kpfd. EIGHT Nsver-Fade V.lox "
named, lest I should build on into New York and !began escorting those who thought about it or Prlata for only '. . Jj I

To Women another man's foundation" (Rom. Janet Gaynor to theaters and night talked about it or impressed their I\ Thousands of Kodakirs (pet'5 1

: 10:25). Such a privilege does not clubs, but the Twentieth CenturyFox contemporaries, but those who silently Better Pictures for Less from "t'I'I

If you suffer every month you owe come to all men, but let those who publicity department wasn't and efficiently got on with Jack Rabbit Co. Ieojlll '::1;
- .."- .:" it to yourself to take note of Cardul thus: serve learn of this "wise mas- fooled for a minute. They knew it their work.-J. B. S. Haldane. SPARTAMBURO. C.

,. ""i and find out whether it will benefit ter'builder" that they may'lay' only was Tyrone Power all the time. I!

"F .. you.Functional one foundation-Jesus Christ.: -* I I"I
:..;... :. pains of menstruation "Let every man take heed how he

: 7... have, in many, many cases, been buildeth thereupon." It is a serious Ann Miller, who played Ginger illifllilRetail ; 'I
." : ...; eased by Cardui. And where mal matter to serve the Lord as a builder Rogers' dancing partner, is playingthe ,. .1

" .', :: ; nutrition (poor nourishment) had for it is possible to go badly lead in "Radio City Revels" opposite ;1
: taken away women's strength, Car Milton Berle, the air comic. "I
astray at this point as well as in
dui has been found to increase the laying the foundation. Her discovery is one of those 1i
improve digestion and in that
appetite < strange tales of Hollywood. She and
to build natural resistance 3. The materials-good and bad. "
way help up a Ii!
her mother went to California
to certain useless suffering. (Where Car-
l dui fails to benefit, consult a physician.) Whether we apply Paul's words to almost starved while she was tryingto '
Ask your druggist for Cardui (pro- the building of our personal spiritualLife break into pictures. Finally, ;;!
nounced "Card-u-i.") or to the work we do in the defeated she took I
a cabaret en- .: :
church they are equally serious and gagement in San Francisco and the
rS Within urgent. "The day"-when Christ returns "i
Courage very first night she played there, an .
i Fortune can take away riches, and 'we shall stand before R. K. O scout saw her and signedher .-s
but not courage.-Seneca. him to give account of the deeds up.Just. .:
t done in the flesh-will reveal by
-iC- ,
flaming fire whether we have been ,:)

I faithful, true and diligent in preach- the other day Warren'Newell, 1

i E. ing God's Word, in prayer, in sac- a laborer at the Universal studios, ". :"

I 1 1 0 1 rificial service for Christ, or have wiped out the disgrace -
sought to introduce into our lives of ten years '

and into the churches we "serve the ago when he was E"x''< I

"wood, hay, and stubble" of unspir- discharged from a .
-- itual schemes, neglect of God's minor league basew .' e qw : :.: ;; ,

.r. Word, prayerlessness.Saved ball team for drop ,::1

? Yes, but entering intoGod's ping a flyball in a ;;., ,
crucial point in the ,1'1
presence as a man who has
escaped from his burning house with ninth inning. He F :
nothing but his life. *> maHe a real catch! : .
i Alice Faye, catchingher
II. Sowers of the Seed (Gal. 6:6- s
heel in the hem'
; What a difference good bowel 10). 'k"v '.i
of her dress, toppledover
habits can make! To keep food The figure changes. No"longer are sixteen-foot

r wastes soft and moving, many we builders-but rather sowers of ledge a and, would Alice Faye ..\;'

doctors recommend Nujol. seed. Would that it were all good have landed on theater seats belowif ,, I j

seed that were sown-but we see Mr. Newell hadn't rushed to the kJ .
INSIST ON GENUINE NUJOL the sowing to the flesh as well as rescue and caught her just in time. >

Copt.1937.Stance loo. to the Spirit. This is true /fr ',-.\
1. In our own lives. The inexorable ;.;

SMALL SIZE ,EI LARGE SIZE law of sowing and reaping pre- ODDS AND ENDS: Bing Crosby was :i
60c S $1.20 vails in the moral realm as trulyas so delighted witthe smart dialogue in (
1 it does in the physical. Men who Carole Lombard's picture, "True Confes- % ?
that he insisted the
sion on having au ]
would never expect wheat to grow
thor, Claude Binyon, write his next. It
where they have planted thistles, will be track
staged at Ding's own race ,
:. @qAHV seem to expect that they may sow and Mary Carlisle will play the lead, as ,s f!
Brings Blessed Relief in their own lives the seeds of selfish usual, because she is the only actress Bing i
from aches and pains of indulgence, of careless neglect of can make love to without making his son .j
the things of God, and still somehow Gary burst into tears /. Robert Taylor (i : ,
RHEUMATISMt will be back in time for Christmas and if
reap the fruit of good character and .'
t and LUMBAGO he ever goes away again he will insist on w1NTER ",,
Try a bottle Why Suttv? noble living.
1 Barbara Stanwyck; having a telephone in ,.
.? jATs ALLVraaOttiDROG.'STORES ":i 2. In the lives of others. We may' stalled at her ranch retreat Lanny 011. ..

: be tempted to take attractive bypaths Ross, having worked over his new radio } S
': 1 Fit WNU-7 46-37 and short-cuts to win the interest program until it suits him and everyone

and allegiance of men to our else, may make the next "Broadway Mel price, 35p per quart and Superfine .
checksMALARIA selves and the church, but they will ody" for M C-M. Warner Brothers' Winter GreareJ
to bring but corruption and Great Garrick" is the most delightful C. Quaker State Oil Refining ]
prove rlestruction. Spiritual seed ture in many weeks, largely because of the Corporation, Oil City, Pa. J
will always -
l that Brian Aherne and Oliviade
k lit 11th Ifl in three days witty way
produce spiritual life.
Haviland poke fun at the business of
i' uuu COLDS 3. Waiting for the harvest. Har- acting Jean Hersholt will vary the
t first day vest must be patiently awaited. We monotony of playing Doctor Dafoe on the .,1

LIQUID, TABLETS Headache 30 minutes. know it to be so in Natural! things; screen by playing Doctor Christian on'a .
the same is' true in the spiritual coast-to-coast radio program over the
.Best Columbia system.
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liege. His editorial follows: I times more serious than the one it You have done it by just being I 7:45 every Sunday evening.

The Clewiston News Mr. Robert Chetway and Miss Alice originally set out to meet. yourself. .1 Junior choir Monday evening at

Broadkin were married at noon. Business, which has been largely After all, perhaps this what being 7:00, Mrs. Niblack. director; Mrs.

Tulli"hccl every Friday In Clewlston Monday at the home of the bride's i blamed for the decent upheaval, in a friend means. Selected.. Doty, pianist.

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, parents, Rev. M. L. Gassoway offi; which along with others it has play- Christian Endeavor meeting w.I
Inc ciating. I ed its proportionate part, has long Birthplace UnknownNo 1Ionday'evening at eight I

The groom is a popular young: been in sack-cloth and ashes. It has record has even been discov-' Junior Endeavor on Wednesday

KCA1I1LKY BOWDEN, Editor' man who hasn't done a lick of work pretty generally confessed its sins ercd of the date of George Hcpple- afternoon at 3:30. '

since he got shipped in the middleof i and asked forgiveness. In great white's birth although it is known Choir rehersal. Thursday evening 1 I

Entered as 'second class mall matter his junior year at college. He humility, even its ,Worst offenders, he was born in Cripplegate. Hep- at 8:00. ,

February J. 1027: at the Post Office iiClewiston manages to dress well and keep a I the lone wolves of the pack, have plewhite became known immortally i The public is very cordially invit-
Florida. under tho Act or for his mahogany shield back ,
March S, 1597.Subscription. supply of spending money because I become as meek as lambs, standingto chairs and is probably the most ed to worship in the Community I

his dad is a soft-hearted old fool be sheared by the tax gatherers copied of all chair designers. Church.

who takes up his! bad checks insteadof or slaughtered by politicians lo
Itntc $2.00 Per
Advertising hates On Application. letting him go to jail where he make mutton for the masses.
belongs.. Our hope for the future rests in I CLEWISTOX: COMMUNITY

The bride is a skinny, fast little our ability to get back the old gripon CHURCH (Father ,J. F. Walsh, Pastor)
the advancement and
fare Devoted of Clewiston to and Hendry idiot, who has been kissed and han- ourselves, and with renewed Royal Palm Avenue
wet-I II dled by every boy in town. She, like courage and confidence, advancesnot Mass every Sunday at St. Marg-

!a Sioux Indian sucks cigarettes in class against class, or group Forest C. Taj; lor, )'h ster. aret's Church, Clewiston, is at 8:30

.:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:-:-:...:-:..:..:-:..:..:...:..:. secret and drinks mean corn liquor against group, but as one great unit Sunday school every Sunday a. m. On the last Sunday of he

when she is out joy riding in her ed nation, capital and labor, handin morning at 9:45. Dr. J. W. Ezelle, month at 10:30 a. m.

e RAMBLINGS dad's car at night. She doesn't know hand, encouraged, guided-but superintendent. Junior choir meets each Saturday

how to cook, sew or keep house. .-by government.To Junior church service 10:45 to 11 morning at O:SO a. m.

.:_:..:...:_:..:..:_:..:..:_:..:..:_:..:..:..:_:..:..: _:..:..:o(.." The house was newly plastered the editors and publishers of o'clock. Adult choir meets each Wednesday -
for the wedding and exterior newly the state and nation Clayton Rand Evening prayer and sermon .at evening at 8.

Well, well, the Gulf Oil company'smen painted, thus appropriately carrying; tossed the torch with the urge that

who are prospecting the Ev- out the decorative scheme, for the through their leadership the old American -

erglades for oil are having a tough groom was nevly'plastered\ also, and i ideal' of government and busi-

time of it. A week or so ago they the bride newly painted. !ness can be revived in the, minds and 9

spent a night here while Fat Eth- The young people will make their hearts of Americans to the end that THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill

erton supervised some repairs on home with the bride's parents, which our fears will vanish with renewed
their special "amphibian tractor", means that they will sponge on the faith and industry we wilt"achieve come to your home every day through

and lots of us got a kick out of see- old man until he dies and then she the success and prosperity we all THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR .. .

ing the queer thing meandering off will take in washing. desire. An International Daily NewspaperIt

down the highway next day. Postscript. This may be the last If through this column I have records for you the world's clean, constructive doings. The Monitor
docs not exploit crime or sensation; neither does it Ignore them,
the tractor
Now it seems that issue of the Tribune, but it has always been able to carry that torch, but but deals correctively with them Features for busy men and all the
isn't quite amphibian enough for been my ambition to write, up its I family Including the Weekly Magazine Se;tion.
even a short way on journey, .
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the depth of the Glades where it one wedding and tell the unvarnished -
will feel I served.
The Christian Science Publishing Society
was cruising and it bogged down. truth. Now that it is done, death One, Norway Street Boston. Massachusetts .

The four oil prospectors were can have no sting. Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor fora
stranded in high water. Their position 1 year f 9.00 6 months $4.50 3 months 2.25 1 month 75c
was located by a blimp which \ Wednesday,Issue, Including Magazine Section: 1 year $2.60, Issues 25o
..fl11K11.R1g001111IEU.UL9IEflpAglmfll'Too I love not only for what you
the company chartered for the you :Name _________________-,-________________________________..
in are, but for what I am when I am
search. THe pilot dropped
Late To Classify with you.I Address ______--_______________________________________'
a foot of water on a nearby field and Sampla,Copy on Request
returned love you, not only for what you iJJ .....
picked up one of the party, -
have made of but for what
CBy CJ.usrell Kay yourself,
to Immokalee and sent out a -
for you are making of me.I .
truck the other three. The way
of the prospector for oil in the (BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBPnHHHIDisappointment love you for the part of me that

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awaited those . .:. . "/MNi ii11H1N1 .N. . . .1/. .NI. .1
love you for putting your hand .
who attended the annual conventionof .
into my heaped-up heart and passingover -'
Wonder if that means there's the Florida State Press Associ-
all the frivolous and weak
water' on the hunting grounds, too? ation at Tallahassee last week who I 'I'I:0?
things that cannot help seeing
That would] be a more serious sub- went expecting it to be "just an- you
there, and drawing out into the
ject for: the hundreds of nimrods other convention." \
light all the beautiful, radiant\I !
which are rushing through with
President Bob Sikes Simon Le- things that no one else has looked I
their work this week to take to the
gree-d ambitious politicians in their quite far enough to find.I .
Big Cypress in search for big game.
own bilwick by ruling "no politico"and love :you for ignoring the possi- ..
Hunting season opens'Saturday, November 'i' :
making it stick. Instead, news- bilities of the fool in me and for y I
20th, and the trek to the COURSE fi
paper men, uninterrupted by oratorical laying firm hold of the possibilitiesof y
'Glades begins for most of them :: ::
soothsayers, talked news- good in me. i ."':. ,: ;

Thursday afternoon. Here's hoping papers and newspaper problems to I love you for closing your eyes :' : '}: '"
they all get turkeys for their : : ; \ :' \ .., :
their hearts' content. to the discords in'me, and for add- .
Thanksgiving dinners. ing to the music in I.:. '::.;";;' ",, ,', .z.
Gilbert Freeman and his able co- ; me by worshipful It1 .. ', .:. .
workers staged a glorious gridiron listening. .'. .:. /
Quite' the opposite of nimrods dinner with skits and stunts that I love you because you are help- .. '" '. -' ,'. :;,.... +
I '' ''
are the group of boys of high school ribbed political big-wigs from the fag me to make of the lumber of : :
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age, judging from appearances ata Supreme Court and the governor on my life, not a tavern, but a temple, I r,.

distance, who think it's deep sportto down, again proving the ability of and of the words of my every day, 5

cruise up and down near the the press gang to interpret politicsin not a reproach, but a song.I .

ridge section and take pot shots at terms of good clean fun. love you because you have more ; t Open to the Public ] >

the long-legged and necked wh'itp.pond Then from an atmosphere of hilarious than any creed could have done to :

birds. We don't know whetherthe _mirth.__ _n, Clayton_n_ ___ _Rand_____. a__ coun- make me happy. .s. .... .:.
boys are local boys or not, but try boy from Alabama, speaking as You have done it without a touch,

the practice should be stopped. En- without a word, without a. sign.rL01UDA .
one newspaperman to another, held .
tirely aside from the of 1 1
danger his audience enthralled as he painted ::: .:.
ing in the city limits, there are plenty ] I
of American I
a word picture -
of reasons why the birds ShOUid .. ''
problems and pointed out the .:. '-' ,, .:.
not be molested. They are lovely to ; '" .
place publishers hold in relation to
look at, entirely harmless :
and add their solution.His Zstz ? t j ji
a pretty bit of tropical allure to ; u ;

the scenery that all the skill of man of talk the was convention the outstandingevent and the ::i: -> Moderate Green Fees -:':.{, :;:

cannot'produce.. In other words they r y : :'
constructive and inspirational :: : ::
are a distinct asset to the town and : Exceptional Fairways I
he advanced should
we hope they'll be protected fully. pro- .: .
vide Florida editors with editorial L1S :: ::
There are now at least fifty of these m f1 .. !Interesting Greens
ideas for a long time to come. "
birds in 'i'
the group whose habitat is I ':'
the ridge section very, very closeto Praising the national administration ,, !lJit '..:.i' I I ,-;.
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Clewiston. They should be en- for its action in bringing some : : -

couraged to range closer to town, semblance of order out of chaos in ii................................................._......_.............._........................................................................................................il1 ":
rather than be frightened away. 1933, he contended that the government : :

having met the emergency,

should have stopped there. ; fZjlftjJ
At last
Sidney Hoover has .
a successor A7'T 1 < 1'i f '.\... ,K .i$ "' .
to the obvious nickname Terming "American Business" IIIJIl m JJii'.r .. Jt.. ;"r ; : -

"Herbert". Now he's known as large and small, the fountain head CLEWISTON, ONE NIGHT ONLY

'"Charlie McCarthy". and cornerstone upon which the nation Ita fijI

as a whole must stand or fall, Lot Adjoining City Hall. ; ,

Congratulations he pointed out that business, having .
to Neighbor Paul s.
Rardiu, editor of the EvergladesNews lost both prestige and power, was ThuU'"sd&.Y, Nova

Canal Point, 'who was electedone easily made the scapegoat for PV-

of, the two vice-presidents of ery social ill and economic evil. Financially Entire New Show This Year

the Florida State Press Association crippled and broken in spirit -

at its recent Tallahassee meeting. business was forced to mark time

Other officers are Don, Lochner, in a chaotic world while the federal Stop at th.9jiotelPotclela Y

Clermont, president; Tate Powell, government, with its easy access to

jr., McClenny, vice president; Henry borrowed millions, invaded the precincts :

Hudson, Titusville, treasurer; and of private enterprise and punished -

Russell Kay, Tampa, secretary. business for its sins of ornis-
ion 'as well as commission, to suchan 312 S. E. SECOND

"I'm a good husband", explained;! extent that American business today -

... James Murphy of Newark, arrested finds itself almost as bewildered Out ido Rooms With y

for cruelty to his wife "I scrub the and frightened as in the darkest Pi hate Bath Pteeif.t tQ ,

,'., I floor, wash dishes, make beds and depths of its deepest dumps.

' mind the children." Mothers agree. Now it is strange anomaly, not COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

hW in keeping with the Auier'"an tra- Overlooking IJiscayno Bay flLE UA I
And then there's the fourteen dition, that the fear of millions of

:<. year old child bride;
court to please annul her marriage. longer the fear of the mob, the thiefor Business Section. + lI
AND HIS f r --tr? it
:<: the foreign foe but fear of the
government itself. We have becomeso ;HATES

married! jittery that a speech on the subject / I
1 a
of world peace, the calling of YOU HAVE HEARD TH&M {
"t' $1.50 Single c 1
N .NEWSPAPERMAN". STUFF congress into extra session, or a few SEC THEM ON THE STACtf 1 ; fi .
;" I supreme court decisions, can throw $2.50 Double ,

m" :.;','. It is probably the ambition of ev-I the stock market into a sickening :

cry person who can see his thoughts i j tail-spin. Special Family, Weekly &
'.} in print, to be able some day to In the heart of the business men I Monthly Rates

r \ write exactly what he thinks aboutcertain of the nation today is the fear that

r,N, people. It remained for the with :squandered billions and monumental S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor

.rf. :.'. editorialist of the Fountain Inn bureaucracy the governmentis _

[ ,;. ."':. (S. C.) Tribune to enjoy that priv creating i an emergency many [If W1. M

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.:N:N:N:N:N:N:..N N N:N:N N:N:N:N:H:N:N:N:N:N:N.,N?' ner. the party returned to LaBelle Sun(FLORIDA FAIR PREMIUM LISTS I
ling at h
f I Invited were Mr. and Mrs. ClaudeL. day night. WILL BE OFF PRESS THIS WEEK NORGE REFRIGERATORS

'; Mrs.aeetiug. ', ; :I:: Personal Mention! f Downs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred I. Hill, 111'5.V'. P. Arledge and the following Furniture and Home Furnishings I
:X: :3C Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane children
":. / Duff Mr. of her Baptist Sun-
Tampa Nov. 18
.. ..* * I (FNS-General PHILCO RADIOS
.. : 4 JMiMiMJwt *CMMMMMM:M:Mr****:*******<*v':M:**:* ,
< .& .. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. day school class picnicked Thursday
; Jiinesday 'v Miand Mrs. J. H. Lakin spent I W. C. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. afternoon in the woods near the manager P. T. Streider of the Florida -

Sunday in Fort Myers.A. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Pat- West Palm Beach highway east of I I Fair announced this week that Household FurnishingsInc.

terson, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright, LaBelle: Fay Wilkison, Carolyn 'the premium list for the 1938 fair

'veniIig ." W. Lawrence was a Sunday visitor Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mr. and Howard, Betty Jean Davidson, Peg-(,I will be off the press and ready for .

in Arcadia.R. Mrs.! O. A. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Glen gy Stallings, Elgin Rimes, Horace BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA
I mailing this week. Dates for the
invit- E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Scharnberg, Wilkison and J. E. Luckey. I I
I coming fair are January 25 to February -
nunitytor T. Mitchell Miami Beach Jay' W. Moran and Mr. Baldwin. Among those who attended the
I 5, inclusive..
wa's a visitor in Clewiston Friday. I dance Armistice night at the muni- Additional
buildings authorized
I, LADIES AID BENEFIT cipal pier in Fort Myers were Mr.j I
by the WPA have been
Mrs. W. J. Cato and Mrs. G. E. I SERIES CONTINUES and Mrs. Blitz Wegman, Mr. and I!
I and laborers are preparing to clean
'" Etherton visited in Arcadia Thurs Mrs. Sam Heath, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
II up the grounds and put everythin CHANGE .RENT RECEIPTS'fOl
) ) : < day. I Another of the small benefit ert Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. ReasonL. in first class
shape for the coming
1\1arg-. bridge parties being given by members Hampton, Mrs. Clarence A. Rob- exposition.The I :

t 8: 0 Mrs. Fred A. Flanders, Mrs. J. M.II of the Ladies .Aid was that given erts, Miss Fannie Webb, Miss Billie cattle show this year promises CU
f lie Couse and Miss Bertha Gram were I by Mrs. Glen E. Etherton at her Hampton, Byron Roberts, Jack Lewis to be the finest in the fair's his- I
Wednesday visitors in Clewiston. I home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. A. Malcolm McQueen, Culley Fletcher tory, Mr.' Streider.said, pointing out
-- I 1.... Hackett won high score' prize Sydney Fletcher and J. O. Al that there
mrday'cdnes would be two divisions,
Miss Lily Stone, Bernice O'Neal:. I and Mrs. Foy Durrence consolation derman. one exclusively for Florida cattle,

-. ,. and Don Carlisle were Sunday visitors j! prize.Cake and hot chocolate was .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:- the other open to all. Prominent i
in Canal breeders from a number of statesare
Point I served to Mrs. Hackett, ,Mrs. Dur- SCHOOL NEWS planning to bring prize herds I] I IUR
lence, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. A.
here this <
\ Mrs. Paul L. Eddy of Tallahassee winter and the showing of
O. Ward, Mrs. L. A. Wells, Mrs. K.
was a week-end visitor at the homeof C. Woodward, Mrs. W. J. Cato and Bernice O'Neal ..-..u..u.h..__..... Edito pure Shorthorns bred Angus, Herefords and 1 DGET ptN
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cato. should surpass any previous
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence. Billie Hooker u.u..uu Ass't Editor
show. Local cattlemen are
Miss Evelyn Sclmt/, Faculty Advisor
taking a keen interest
Miss Ulla Jacobsen, Mrs. B. C. in the FlorIda -

Flaniken and Jones Bryan were Sunday I LaBELLE NEWS ....................................................................................................... I I show which gives every Indication -
l I i .. of being o record' J.... 1o _. It.is as simple as it sounds
(!; $f visitors in Arcadia -- ** U1C.III."FlorIda's ::
; I First grade- cattle industry Is mak- too. All you need is a modest
-' \
Mrs. M. E. is ill at her Ing' down payment.Then the bal-
Forrey rapid strides
Reading honor roll, Lena May Streider said,
Mr.\ and. Mrs. Harry W. Phillipsof ance is spread over a period
, Fort :Myers spent Sunday here home here. Johnson.We "and the Florida Fair has had muchto repayable monthly just like ;
, C1ive.Hamm spent a few days last do in its
visiting their son, L. H. Phillips. are 'very glad to have three advancement in bringing rent. No worry, no bother t
I week in Arcadia on business. \ new pupils in the first grade. Ray pure bred stock and big cattle and you have something to
Earl Wakefield of Belle Glade operators here each show for your money.
'. ; Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones were Croy comes from Arcadia, Vernice yea
I ''. was a visitor Monday in LaBelle. Whetheryour income is small
\ "Wednesday visitors in West Palm Creel from Bay Harbor and' Mild-
( Byron Roberts is spending this or large, you can
: :. Beach. red Marotti from Santa Maria, Cal- exact home for the amount
., week in .Tampa on business. ifornia. I L. B. Mershon you can afford monthly. If I

':: .' y ; Mr.: and Mrs. E. B. Massey of Jack Sigler made business. trip I vou want to build use our
Thanksgiving Program:
Friday night to Immokalee.Bill Home
AGENT Owners'
.' Jacksonville, Mrs. M. M. Woodwardand
(To be given next I
Service for ideas-without
.. of Stuart were McCall made a business trip W'ednes-j
,>- Mrs. A. B. Lyons day morning) New York Life obligation. Learn now how
visitors in Clewiston yesterday. Wednesday night to Clewiston.
t homeat
I easily can own your
y Thanksgiving Acrostic: by the you
Travis Raulerton and J. C. Lind- Insurance Company present favorable prices.

1s : Mrs. F. W. .DeLozier and children, I sey left Sunday for Fort Pierce first grade. I ARCADIA, FLORIDAJ.
Playlet: "Thanksgiving in Mother -
Marion and Billy, of Connellsville, : where they will be at work.
mI' ; :.i i-;': ; Pennsylvania; arrived Saturday fort Hilton Rooney of Wauchula spent Goose Land", by the first grade.

, "'. aii extended visit with Mrs. DeLoz- the week-end in LaBelle with Mrs. Song: "God's Gift", by the school."Thanksgiving" ., Clewiston Federal

: ., :'" iei's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Rooney and their son, Novelle.Mr. by the Rhythm I

''i-.' Leydig and Mrs. Leah Spicer.Mr and Mrs. Bruce Messer andT. Band. M. COUSE Savings and Loan
..:'. V. Davis of Naples were the weekend Talk on Thanksgiving, by Rev. F. I ,

.!.- and Mrs. John B. Dotterer I guests of relatives in LaBelle. C. Taylor. Counselor and Attorney at Law AssociationAnnouncement

..::.. and daughter; Sherrie, left Tuesday I Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Nail of Song: "Fly' Away",. by Mildred Hopkins Building

-.:. for Mobile Alabama. Mr. Dotterer Clewiston were business visitors Marotti. Wednesdays and Saturdays
:.- .:;( Monday night in '''LaBelle.Mrs. Announcements.Third 9:30 to .
-: has been transferred to the Mobile 4:00

..:'-- district by the U. S. Engineer office, Priscilla Carson and Mrs. O. Grade- I

-!.. and will be placed on assignment in L. Carson<; of Immokalee were recent The third grade is glad to an-

--::. that vicinity. I visitors of Mrs. Pearl Curry.Mr. nounce the enrollment of Marion

.:.. and Mrs. J. W. Lockmiller of deLozier in our class.

-.::. \ Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright and II South Bay visited Sunday with Mr. Fourth Grade-- .
:: daughter, Nancy, spent Sunday in and Mrs. Reeder Herron.
Punta Gorda, attending the Presby- Roscoe N. Miller and C. J. .Kirk Spelling honor roll (Friday) :
:;: Ogie Ornette, Jean Augur, Mayme We wish to that Mr. B. J. Schroeder
I \-if :: > terian church where Dr. D. J. Williams were, business visitors Friday in Fort say ,
'i' w, Johnson, Doris Simmons, Jean Walker -
:: '; ,', ?.- is minister. They visited with Myers. has managed this store for the past
; .. Noley Geiger, James Ricks, Wil
'' .. Dr. and Mrs. Williams for a short Mrs. Ella Carson and Clyde Helms .' three
'::' .' time before returning. made a business trip Friday to Fort ton Stewart, David Belcher and years, is no longer connected with it. '

::: \ Myers. Billy Prewitt. I

.:- Mrs. Claude Davidson and Mrs. Fifth Grade- : r Clewiston Goods
-:- N. J. Stoddard and his daughter Dry Co. 7nct .
.t :' Miss Helen Stoddard, of Miami, and Tommie Crawford were visitors Fri- Four new pupils have enrolled in I ,

.'.:.' another daughter Mrs. Cecilia Ban- day'' in Fort Myers. our grade this month. They are: El-

.:- '" croft of Miami, and a group "of oth-; Judge W. T. Maddox attended a la Mae Hemple, Martin Waldron,

''i'.' pr friends were Sunday guests of football game Tuesday. night in Fort Edward Creel, Leonard Moore. We

,':'.. \ Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Luce and Mr. Myers. are glad to have them with us.' We

.:. and Mrs. Glen E. Smith. Mrs. Ralph Hendry and Mrs. C. are. now 22 in number.
:!: E. Weaver made a trip Monday to Sixth Grade-

'i''' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Bob, Fort Myers.Mr. We are happy to have a new member AN EXCERPT FROM A LETTER

:;: ,: Dan and Bruce Beardsley and Dick and Mrs. R. Roberts of Im -Betty Creel from ,South Bay,
.:. Redditt spent the week-end in mokalee spent Saturday in LaBelle added to our class. .
.::. Gainesville, attending the Florida- with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hendry.Mrs. FeaturesThe -- I .," RECEIVED THIS WEEK -
J .:. Clemson game on Saturday and visiting A. L. Taylor and Mrs. Jerome following poem seems to oe I "

:: at Enterprise and Orlando Sunday Jones made a trip Wednesday to appropriate in view of the current

I .'?. I F before returning to Clewiston. Fort Myers. holidays: I .. ...,..'',, ',. ., ,' m
+ Mrs. Maurice Ayrer and Mrs. M. Weeks > "'..>;; :,;
.-, -,
: .:: and Carl L. Smith of J. Bush in Pahokee ,
: Mr. Mrs. spent Friday We've Drug Week!: and Fire Week, '
'.- .- -'M; /;"" ":;* ,
I .,,.: Nocatee spent Sunday in Clewiston with friends. A week for Education, ''''. : Orange, Cal.,
: : ,
; visiting their daughter, Mrs W. J. The Rev. A. M. Glisson, J.H.. Dress Up Week, Art Week, J': !

JlI : >;.''. : Cato and family. Little Betty Sue Booth and Dennis Small attendeda A week for Conservation. Nov. 6, J 1937.

:. ",, Cato, who celebrated her first birth minister's meeting Tuesday in We've Garden Week and Apple WeekA

day on that day, returned to Noca- fort Myers. week when all must play; .: ',. ',
- Mr. E. ..
':, tee with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Hansen of Merchant's Week, Safety Week, Beardsley, : : r > I

..' Canal Point spent the week-end Even a week to pray.. J I ',.i -
LY ..... Mr.' and Mrs. Keathley Bowden with Mr. Hansen's mother, Mrs. We've Boys Week and Girl's. WeeK, Clewiston, Fla. '

; and son, Kay, spent Wednesday in Hans Hansenj, Another Week for Books, I
.....,.... Moore Haven as guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Pollard, their Clean-Up Week and Paint Up Week!:
:J.' ; }.". Mrs. ,Charles H. Settle. Mrs. Settle daughter, Alia Bee and Mrs. E. Improves the dingy nooks. .- Wish. to thank you for handling of J

entertained, with a dinner party in Nealon visited Sunday afternoon in We have a week for Better Homes, \
l .. honor of the joint birthdays of her Miss Margie Lynn Caldwell and A week to Dress in CottonIn the five acres you recently sold for me. -

'fI husband and Mrs. Bowden. Other nephew, Kippie Caldwell of Fort fact there's not a single thing

guests were Mr.; and Mrs. S. C. Myers were the dinner guests Sun- These Week-ers have forgotten.As .. .
: R. E. Bonham.f
Stalls and daughter, Peggy and Mr. day of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Doty. each is for some worthy cause, -&' <,> I' .

and Mrs. Carr Settle and baby Mrs. Buford currency spent sev- Each one' I'' try to keep, ', ,:: ; ;; t :

i daughter, all of' Moore Haven.Dr. eral days last week at Pahokee with But, oh, I'd like sometime to pause = ..

iI I her husband, Mr. Surrency who is For just one weekless week. I .." I \
and Mrs., O. F. Schiffli and at work there. t Margaret Stone

children are expected to return to Drew Hampton left Sunday for School Personals- PURCHASERS MAY HAVE THIS
their home this week-end after an Mobile, Ala., where he has been Wilbur McGehee spent last Thursday -
extended absence. Mrs: Schiffli and transferred by the U. S. Engineering fishing at Fort Myers.
th children left in June, for their I SAME SATISFACTORY SERVICE.
department. Mrs. Hampton, and Betty; Hooks spent the holidays in I
summer home in North Carolina. I their children will join him in De- LaBelle with friends.
S Dr. Schiffli joined them in September cember. Mildred Ward and Bernice Guth-I
supply of choice sacrifice lots is rapidly
and motored with them to Toledo Tom and Farris Weekley of Fort rie were holiday visitors in Pahokee.Pat -
i'I : for a visit with relatives. The Myers spent Sunday with Mrs. Ella McGehee motored to West

I boys remained in Toledo and Dr. Carson. Miss Barbara Hedges and Palm Beach on Armistice Day.. dwindling. Appointments at your own

: and Mrs. Schiffli journeyed to New Miss Saran Townsend joined them Bernice O'Neal spent Sunday in
York for the American Legion con- Sunday afternoon for a trip to Pa- Canal Point. "> convenience by phoning 366.
vention and then left for a two hokee.
Those attending the football gamein
1 t months' trip to Europe. They docked -. Fred Tyler, who has been at work Pahokee Friday night were: Billie -

in New York last Friday night at Carrabelle, spent the weekendIn Hooker, Mildred Ward, Remise

1'U and are expected home today. LaBelle with his parents, the Guthrie, Christine Bell, Bernice O'

Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Tyler. He left Neal, James WInn, Owen Wlnn Daniel -
W. C. OWENS ARE HOSTS AT here for Tallahassee where he has Fagan and Bill Owen. JIM BEARpSLEYt.

DELIGHTFUL COSTUME PARTY"Mr. accepted a position.Mr. Regular basketball practice Is be-

I and Mrs. L. M. Jennings, their ing held every afternoon.The ,
I II II and Mrs. William C. Owen daughter, Jean, and mother, Mrs. teams have accomplishedmuch "

... were hosts Saturday evening at a Sally E. Jennings, motored Sundayto in the art and form of bas- '
I delightful costume party at their Brooksville. Mrs. Sally E. Jennings ketball playing. Hopkins Building plewiston, Fla.

home. An old-fashioned spelling bee remained for a visit with her The Athletic Department is sponsoring -

1Y was held and F. M. Wright received son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and a dance Wednesday, Novem-

a book, "Deep Soundings" as win Mrs. }', H. Guess, while the rest: of ber 24th on the Tennis Courts.



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Bet It Was Wrapped

In a Damp Towel

rrank Merriwell ByGalbearfi Pafifteim They were swapping yarns about

dogs, and the stories were growing -

taller and taller. At last, one
The Original of the group said:

"I had a most intelligent retriever -
One night the
once. house

a I rdal e. Gilbert Patten caught fire. My wife and I flew

WNU Service for the children and bundled them

out. One of them had been left
behind, but the dog rushed into

the house and soon reappearedwith

the missing child. The dog
K r SYNOPSIS and before the buildings. All the in arriving before the' autumn term when you can't have the best of dashed through the flames again.

tennis courts were in use. The foot- opened. He said you would be things. Now there's only one more .. Presently the animal came out

i When Bart Hodge, a vain youth of sixteen ball squad was streaming out of the greatly 'disappointed unless a way hurdle. to jump." of the burning house-with whatdo

Alights from a train at Fardale he stumblesover gymnasium, in the distance, to jogto could be found to take you into the "So there's another catch in it," you think?"
half-blind and In a rage kicks
r' the anImal.a The dog's dog owner. Tad Jones, a the field for a period of practice.The school." thought Hodge, on guard again. "Give it up!" cried someone.

small shabby boy who supports his widowed sound of youthful voices was "That's right, Professor," said "You'llhave to pass a special "With fire-insurance policy."
mother denounces him. This nettles Bart. he had recoveredhis ,
in the air. Outwardly
examination Horace Scotch
,;* Bart and he slaps Tad Frank Merriwell, ex
an orphan of Hodge's age. prevents him "If I'm not cheated out of my partin composure, but he was still hid- plained. "It's required of all late

from further molesting Tad. Although the this," said Mulloy, his eyes shin- denly disturbed. "I had no idea arrivals." He stood up. "Ten o'clock

r says two do they not come will have to blows.to settle Hodge their sneerlngly differences ing, "it's you I'll owe it to, Frank." there would be so much 'trouble sharp Central building Room 13." 7'aVO't.; ;

later. He and Merriwell had come tow Professor Scotch, who had been about it." "I don't like the number said, fl nflClpflOli ;

-', Fardale to attend Fardale academy. While with the school a long time, had the "We've never been so overcrowded ,
Hodge consults Joe Bemls. truck driver for Barney. "It never brought me a
John Snodd.about his baggage. Merriwell distinction of living in a small white my boy, and I believe you were bit of luck." thfl lVizflk '

accompanied by Tad and his dog. Shag, cottage on the grounds. There were very late in seeking enrollment." Still beaming the professor shook
start walking to Snodd's place. Presentlythe flower beds and shrubs around the "Let me explain that, sir," Hodge
Snodd truck with Hodge driving, rum hands with them and expressed con-
''. bles down the road and kills Tad's dog. cottage, all of which were cared for requested hastily. "It was be- fidence that luck would be with Glace Apple Tart
} Occupying a room next to Merriwell's in the by. the professor's own hands in his cause there was some uncertainty .
Snodd home Is Barney Mulloy. who dislikes them. 3"cups sugar 1 peppercorn
Hodge. They become good friends. Merri spare time. It was his hobby and about-about what I would do. But Outside, when they reached the 1/i cups water Lemon,and orange f:3\: '!

well offers to help Mulloy get into one of recreation. just as soon as that was settled end of the walk to the door I 1 blade mace peel 'If'
to cottage, 2-inch piece stick % lemon Juice
the academy dormitories by appealing admitted colored cup
They were by a tidy mother
Professor Scotch, a friend of MerriweU'sUncle my got some very important Hodge halted and looked Merriwelland cinnamon 3 pie apples
Asher. As they leave the house that maid, who took them to the persons to write letters-" Mulloy up and down. "Maybeyou 1 tsp. whole 4 tart shells
: evening Hodge is talking to Inza Burrage. a professor's study immediately. cloves
"I know, I know. I've seen them. two slick workers will have
friend of Belinda Snodd Later they meet
and ,water in
Horace Scotch not the sort large
was Mix sugar
Tad. who now has another dog. That night But letters don't make any more more luck in Room 13 than you did
Bart Hodge crashes a party given by Be of man Barney had expected to'' room in the dormitories, and it's a with the gag you just tried to pullon skillet. Add spices and thin
linda Snodd. Hodge sings and the lovely meet. As plump as a partridge, he pieces of orange and lemon peel
rule that all students
Inza Burrage plays the piano. When Mer I here must reside me, he said.
riwell. seated on the porch with Mulloy. had the twinkling eyes and cheery in our dormitories, where they "Now what do you mean by tied loosely in a bag. Bring to a

: ?. sings a comic song. Hodge rushes out accus face of a jolly boy, though his hair will be under proper supervision. that?" asked Frank in surprise."Don't rapid boil, skim carefully, add
ing him of insulting Inza. She steps between that bordered a spreading bald spot lemon juice. Peel, core, and cut
them, telling Hodge that Merriwell is too Perhaps you know that this was play dumb, Merriwell. You
cheap to deserve his notice. Next day Mer- was turning gray and he was approaching formerly a private military school I apples into eighths. Simmer gen-
riwell and Mulloy rush to a grove on John sixty. The way he shook Well the rule worked well then thought you 'had it all planted to tly, turning apples frequently until
'' Snodd's farm to warn a picnic party that a hands with Mulloy made the Irish i throw me, but I was onto you. I'd tender and clear. Remove applesto
large dog which Silas Gleason gave Tad is that it was retained wh n'the had to walk the plank if I'd
mad and running amuck. Hodge tries to con lad his friend at once. change was made to the present pl te. Remove spice bag, and
s vince Inza that this is Just a trick of Merrl- "I took Frank's word for you, my fused to room with you two birds.A boil syrup until it sheets from
,f well's. Inza attempting to the mad system. little !"
escape fine frame-up
dened animal Injures her ankle. Hodge fleesIn boy, he said, "but I thought it best "Yes, sir." spoon. When apples are cold, arrange -
That stirred hot in
terror. Merriwell single-handed holds off for us to get acquainted right away.Frank's "The founders of this academywere something in tart shells. Spoon cool
the mad dog and saves Inza. John Snodd Frank. "Are. you insinuating that
uncle and I went to the"We've
syrup over apples, serve with
: wise, continued Professor -
;, shoots the animaLCHAPTER very Professor Scotch would come in on
plain or whipped cream if desired.
Scotch. "They sought to
protectthe "
s anvthine like that. Hodee?
i ih students, as far as possible, ---v
IIIContinued6 of J "Oh, he's a soft old custard. lIewouldn't
from undesirable outside influences.
through it. You only
; With that in mind, they chose this
; "You'll find it's 'not so easy to had to get him to" put it up to me
location and bought up'or put under
duck of them babies Frankie.You'll 1 the he did. That what
;: one ( 4h.rr way was
certain restrictions a great tract of CAN YOU KISS AND
have to face the music. you thought.
land all around here. That's whywe
"Not I. I don't like the tune." Merry stared at the fellow, and
are not today surrounded by
"But how'll fromit shook his head. "I don't
you get away shops and stores and movie thea- suppose MAKE UP ?
? Tell me that, now." you can help it, Hodge but it's just
ters and dance halls, and all the
"You'-ve got to help me, Barney. too bad you're built that way."
harmful distractions such settle-
a DEW husbands can understand
Send him away. ment would bring." "And now," said Bart, "maybethere's j- why a wife should turn from apleasant
"But what can I tell him?" companion Into shrew
: another dead-fall set for me a
,,. "Yes, sir, said Bart again.
for whole week in month.
.: "Oh, tell him something! Tell him in Room 13." one every
But he was giving little attention, You can say "I'm sorry" and
1?;> anything 1 Tell him I'm sick! Tell a sc to what the professor was saying. Barney pulled at Frank's elbow loss and make up easier before

him I'm dying! Tell him I'm dead! His mind was busy with a specula- "Let's go," he said. "What's the marriage than after. If you're wise
I'; I don't care what tell him. Just and If you want to hold your hus- )14
idea breath this biped -
wasting on
tion. Why had the dean sent him your .. band,you won't be a three-quarter k
k,j keep that reporter away from me, here at a time when, as he prob- ?" wife.For

: Barney. Stand between us with a : ably knew, Merriwell and Mulloy "Oh, go on, both of you!" blazed threo generations one woman
sword-or brick. has told another how to "smil
flaming a go
: Hodge. "But remember,this: if they
t. would be present? He told himself
: ing through" with Lydia E. Pink-
: "Why." I believe the lad's fright- there was something queer about it do pack the three of .us into one ham's Vegetable Compound. It

ened! said Mulloy. "Such mod- and that he didn't like it. He felt'as room you'll have a sweet time with helps Nature tone up the system

'. esty's as rare as a Scotchman's if me as a roommate." thus lessoning the discomforts from
something unpleasant
were the functional disorders which
But he do the
: treat. promised to "
about to blow up right in his face. "Happy days are here again, women must endure In the three
i3; best he could and departed. grinned the Irish boy as Bart. went ordeals of life: 1. Turning from

Quite while later, he came back, ? ":,. Horace Scotch rattled on cheer- striding off alone. girlhood to womanhood. 2. Preparing -
fully, about the advantages at Far- for motherhood. 3. Ap-
chuckling. "It took a great amountof
; i The boys took the last hurdle, as' "
dale academy the most of which proaching "middle age.
convincing, he stated, "for such ,
Professor Scotch had called it in
Don't be a three-quarter wife;
would been rated disadvan-
, a skeptical fish I never tried me have as full stride. All three of them were tako LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S

f;. arts on before." tages by Hodge. After a long speech passed by the board of examina- VEGETABLE COMPOUND and
: which he seemed to enjoy much Go "Smiling Through"
t. "Then you got rid of him? said tions. That placed them, automati-
more than anybody else, he cameto
Frank, breathing easier.
,. cally, on the roster of students and
what Bart was wondering about. Plenty and WantIf
"I did-by following your instructions they were told that they could move
t' my boy. I told him you were Found a Way to Take "We have found we can take all into a room allotted to them in there is too much rice in the .I-

{, ,' dead." You Into the School." three of you boys in," he stated, Union hall, the old vinecoveredbrick kitchen, there are starving people

r. "Wha-a-at?" "but you will have to room togetherin on the road.-Mencius.
same college Yale. Yale! he repeated building that had housed the
' "That was the first one I tried on with pride. "I still think it's .a room that was intended to plebes in the days when Fardale

him. Would you believe it, he the best university, in this countryfor accommodate no more than two." had been a military school.

. seemed to doubt me? So I modifiedit from." It was out at last. Hodge swal-
a young man to graduate still the belief that
Hodge hugged
'a bit. I said you were dying and take lowed nothing at all, but it felt like a
He appeared to Barney'smeasure
he had He had
;ti couldn't be interrupted." with his and then he dry lump as big as a golf ball. He dodged a trap. ,
eyes, scented the thing just in time to
f Merriwell stared his jaw had been keeping his off Frank
: sagging. eyes
little clock the BUILDING UP YOUR
glanced at a on man- it in the BECAUSE
sidestep professor's study,
t- "And when I saw he wasn't satisfied and Barney, but now he shot them a
.' tel above the fireplace."So and then he had let Merriwell and
:, with that," Barney went on, "Ipla.ed I've talked to the dean," he look. The Irish boy met it with a Mulloy know he was wise. Maybe ALKli.LINBRESERVE
me last card. I said sneer and Merriwell seemed to be
you "and found to
went on, we've a way they had already played their last
were dangerously sick and confinedto trying to hide a grin. Fine fellows!
take into the school in of
you card but anyhow he had shown
your bed. Wrath struck at the pit of Bart'sstomach.
its crowded condition.
( them he too clever to be
Frank sat down heavily on a "Oh, thank you, Professor!" He would tell them where napping.He .was caught helps you to resist colds

chair. "Well," he said, laughing, relief. they got off.
gulped Mulloy, flushed with much better when
"you sure did follow instructions, "But," said Professor Scotch, "It's possible, Hodge," said the was out of the Central build- LJD'SMenthol ,.
they came
but in reverse order. How did he professor, "that you won't like the
"both and Frank will have to t"Ji
you after the test A
ing was over. jubi-
take that last one? but it's the best
arrangement, we 5
be discommoded little. You
a lant smile lurked at the corners ot Cough Drops
"I'm doubtful," confessed Mulloy, have to occupy a room'with a third can do. his mouth and there was a'gleamin

"but it was my limit and I stuckto boy, and the quarters will be Then Hodge got it. It was a trap. his eyes.

it. He had to lay off but he They were sure he would refuse, Priceless Justice
you cramped, for the room is not really "By the way, Merriwell," he said,
talked to everybody else except large enough for more than two. and that would let him out. He "how do you like the new suit I'm Justice is such a fine thing that

Hodge, and he'd talked to him if he The other boy is due here now." would be told so at once. Just in wearing?" one cannot: buy it too dearly.
could have found him." timo, he held back the words that
Even uttered the words the answered Frank
he "Why
as sur-
"Then hasn't were boiling to his lips. And he gota
Hodge shown up "
door-bell "I hadn't noticed it.
rang again. prised, 2-Drop"
? good grip on himself before he
"Nobody's lamped him since he "That must be he," said the pro- spoke again. "Well, look it over," Bart invited Head Cold Relief

fessor.It "Would you say it's O. K.?" Just put 2 drops of Penetro Nose
went for a quiet stroll by himself "Why, that's fine, sir, he made breathe.
The colored maid ushered each nostril and
was. Drops m
after the dog was killed." Bart Hodge into the study! himself say, forcing a sickly smile. "It looks well on you. Every breath you take brings you

Merriwell had ceased to laugh. With that, he shut his mouth hardto "But it's really on you, you knov. more relief from the discomfortof

said. keep from saying too much. You'll get the bill from the Varsit miserable head colds and sinus
"It's strange, he "I wonderwhat's
become of him." CHAPTER IV Once more Horace Scotch rubbedhis Clothing store, in the village. Of congestion. That's because Penetro
Nose Drops contain ephedrine
"If that's something that's hands together, and beamed. course you haven't forgotten as soon (opening-up action) and other
worry- The effect on the three boys might "Then it seems to be all nicely as this that you ruined a suit of "balanced medication" that make

ing you you're nuts, said Barney. have been made by a sudden settled," he said. mine by feeding the coat to one I Penetro Nose Drops delightfully

"If I neve'r" see him again it'll bet crackling release of electricity. Mul- Still taking pains not to make a of Tad Jones' pet dogs?" different. Penetro relief Nose because Drops

(;>o soon. loy stiffened with a jerk, Mem- false step, Bart ventured: "I sup- Now Merry smiled a trifle. "You bring they help comforting to shrink swollen mem-

Frank was thinking, now, of his well's eyes widened sharply and pose these-these other fellows have don't lose any time about collectingyour branes, soothe the inflamed area,

enemy as he had looked a few .moments narrowed in. a moment, Hodge agreed to it already, Professor debts, do you, ,Hodge?" make breathing easier.Purse 25c, 50c size, $1,
bottles at druggists.
before he had slowly turned turned pale. For the length of a Scotch?" "Not when guys like you owe me. lOc. Demand Penetro Nose Drops.

and walked away from the scene of breath the ticking of the little clockon "Oh, I'd barely mentioned it to 1 made this collection yesterday. ot:

the encounter with the dog. But it the professor's mantel sounded them when you rang, Hodge, but course I had to take it off the pile,

would do no good to tell Mulloy he like the swift strokes of a tiny ham- I'm sure they'll be satisfied, condi- but then it could be worse. For- MAGIC CARPETIt

had seen something tragic and pa- mer. tions being as they are." got to call your attention to it when '

thetic in Bart's face The Irish boy The professor smiled and rubbedhis "How about it, Mulloy?" Bart we were having our pleasant little doesn't matter what you're thinking of buying t_
would not understand" that. -a bar-pin or a baby grand a new suit
hands together softly: "You'reBartley challenged. chat after visiting old Scotch, butI for Junior or a set of dining-room urniture-

Hodge was still absent when Hodge?" he said to the lad "I can stand it if you can, me hope you don't mind the over- the best place to start your shopping tour is

Frank and Barney left the house, as who had just come into his study. lad," was the reply. sight." in The an turn easy-chair of a page with will an carry open you newspaper.as swiftlyas

four o'clock approached, to keep the Bart breathed again. "Yes, sir. Frank put in quickly: "It's all "Not at all," said Frank. "It's the magic carpet of the Arabian Nights
appointment with Professor Scotch. Dean Graves sent to from one end of the shopping district to the
me see you. right with me, of course. all right. other. You can rely on modern advertisingas

Class hours were over then, and "Well, sit down, Hodge," invit- "Now that's the kind of talk 1 expected "Glad you think so," said Bart, a guide to good values you can compare

the school grounds presented a ed the smiling man. "It was my from you boys," said the his good humor seeming to increase. though prices and you stylesfabrics were standing and in finishes a store.just as

lively and,' pleasant scene.' Boys suggestion. I had to. talk with him professor happily. "It's the right "It'll set you back only sixty-five Make a habit of reading the advertisements ,

were moving about everywhere or and he mentioned that you like your spirit. The way to get along in this bucks. A mere bag o' shells." in time! this energy paper and every money.THE week.. They can save you

gathered in groups under the trees two friends here had been delayed I world is to make the best of things (TO BE CONTINUED)


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Famous HymnThe i Old AchieversIn
"Quotations"A THE CHZERPUL
recent sale of the original the World war some of the 1
manuscript of "Onward, Christian FARM -A- great commanders were Hinden- .

""'"I f"Ty Soldiers," recalls the manner in who would climb and soar burg, who was sixty-seven in 1914; Our ftce& grow to
C ''J which that stirring religious hymn aloft must needs keep ever at his Von Bulow, sixty-eight; Foch, show;
I came into being. TOPICSVITAMIN side the tonic of a wholesome pride. sixty-three. J. P. Morgan was sev- cur : .

Some Yorkshire (Eng.) Pupils, -Arthur Hugh Clough.If enty when Wall Street in an hourof At lust 50 I've be-e.n

years ago, planned to' make a you are solitary, be not idle.; if need turned to him as its leader. often toldj]

Whitsuntide procession to a neighboring A AID TO idle, be not solitary.-Johnson. Commodore Vanderbilt did think I'll stt-rt now
asked their most of his railroad be-
church. They building I
Better see rightly on a pound a
It young curate, Rev. Sabine Baring GROWING CHICKENS week than squint on a million. tween his seventieth and eighty- being good

Gould, to write them a march- Bernard Shaw. third year, adding a hundred mil- 5o I'll be. pretty

ing song. He sat down, composedthe lion to his fortune. Gladstone was when I I'm old /
Health is the soul that animatesall
in few minutes. Alfalfa Meal One of Most made prime
hymn a the enjoyments of life.Temple.He minister for the RW"!
Originally sung to a tune by Economical Sources. fourth time at eighty-three yearsof \
who saith there is such
Joseph Haydn, its music now is no age. John Quincy Adams and I
that of Sir Arthur Sullivan. He thing as an honest man, you may
Supplied by the United States Departmentof Henry Clay were great political 0
composed the music as the resultof Agriculture.-WNU Service. be sure is himself a knave.-Bishop
Berkeley. leaders at eighty. Oliver Wendell
a sudden inspiration.The score
Growing chickens need some formof
was completed in a few minutesat vitamin A to make satisfactory The days that make us happy, Holmes was writing liberal opin-

a harmonium-a kind of organ. growth. Birds allowed to range make us wise.-Masefield. ions at the age of eighty.Washington i I

-Washington Post. about the farm during the growing Star. WNU Service.

season usually pick up sufficient .
Four Wishes quantities of green feed, but birds miles. The longest route is Route

confined or unable to get green feed ". No.1, Brawley, Calif., which is
A With Answers
Anger wishes all mankind had should have some feed that is rich ASK ME Quiz 94.28 miles in'length.
only one neck; love, that it had r
in vitamin A, say poultry specialists Offering Information 3. The scientist received nine
only one heart; grief, two tear- of the United States bureau of Z N OT H .E m. ,, 1 on Various Subjects plant patents posthumously. .
garlands; pride, two bent knees.- animal
Richter. 4. De jure government is one
Alfalfa-leaf meal is one of the
existing by legal right or interna-
I most economical sources of vitaminA 1. How much of the earth's si-:'- 6. In Greek mythology, who had. tional agreement. De facto government
when all feeds must be pur- face is water? I j 'ominion over the winds? is
a power governing irrespective -
chased, and may serve as the sole 2. What is the average length o. !I 7. Is shellac a synthetic prep- of its legal authority.
source of this vitamin for growing a rural mail route in the United "tion?
5. The land and water area of
I i I'M FEEU NG chicks. Other common sources of States? the United States is 3,738,395
vitamin A, in addition toy green 3. Did Luther Burbank have Answers miles.
I square
I Ii feeds, are yellow corn and milk. any of his plants patented? 6. Aeolus.

Ii i FINE THIS The percentage of alfalfaleafmeal 4. What is the opposite of a- de t. '. %3 superficial area of the 7. Shellac is secreted by an in-
i required in diet which con-
a ,
facto government? ea. i : 193,950,000 square miles, sect. While repeated experiments
tains of vi-
I no appreciable quantity 5. What is the totel area of the of \ 'in' 139,440,000 square milesare have been made to make it syn-
tamin A from other sources, depends United States and all of its posses- and 57,510,000'are land. thetically none has been successful -

MORNING on the ability of that diet to sions? 2..ne. average length is 35 .
support growth when vitamin A is

adequately'supplied and on the vita-

min A potency of the alfalfa-
leaf meal itself. This potency is influenced -

THAT THROBBING- by factors such as the

I method of preparation, variety, soil, D Dp
weather, and cutting. Of these, the ,

HEADACHE first is by far the most important. I
The best criteria of an alfalfa-

leaf meal's vitamin A potency are: !

AND READY FOR Age, color, and "brightness." Unfortunately I
i it is seldom possible for'' I D D Db

AA GOOD DAY'SNrf the purchaser to ascertain the age
of the meal he buys. Although the
WORK.AH color of an alfalfa-leaf meal is a

fairly good,index of the meal's vita- 6 V I 'I

min A content, the potency decreases -

more rapidly than the

greenness of the meal changes. l l l i o i iN
Js Although as little alfalfa-leaf mealas

1.5 per cent of the total ration

may supply an adequate quantity of
i f,4ryti.. vitamin A to maintain chicks in

\ good health and e"- frcm' to

grow, it i" unwip' 'd on
I pronlc who suffer occasionally --c* 4U, 'alfa-
I'1 fr-: laches ought to know
. e 4 ,) quick relief.

rat sign of such pain,

jJayer Aspirin tablets Selective LOgg.1.. bWi ;
glass of water. Some-
t, ae pain is more severe, a Cutting Brings Returns
secona lose is necessary later, according "Selective logging and cutting"

to directions. should be the rule followed by the

headaches keep coming back owner of the farm woodlot when he
we advise you to see your own harvests his timber stresses
physician. He will look for the
Parker O. Anderson, extension for- '
in order to correct it.
1 1j cause The price now is only 15 j twelve tablets or two full dozen Selective cutting is, one of the Tires Paul Stlefboldt made the average score per contest with 90 the Young Men's Class in each of

1 for 25 cents-virtually, only a basic reasons for greater logging highest with 9i'A score for out any of 100.one He meet also out of 100 possible points using the, four contests on Firestone

cent apiece.virtually. returns, besides being one of the had the largest number of points Firestone Ground Grip Tires. Ground Grip Tires.

1I I methods by which future timber returns for the four contests, 356n out
with even greater dividendsare of a possible 400. '

built up, states Anderson. To .sus

I get the greatest value and returns, FIRESTONE '
Ground Tires K
Grip won sweeping
FOR 32TABLETS the farmer should cut the more ma-
4 ture trees, leaving the smaller treesto victories this year in the plowing contests at Troy,

grow until they mature and mul- Lily Lake, Big Rock Wheatland, Illinois. In the

i cent a tablet tiply their value. plowing contests, as on ,the farms, more tractors a n Y e.(., nfl .

I The larger: commercially mature were equipped with Firestone Ground Grip Tires : ',.,

I trees over 16 inches in diameter, than all other makes of tires combined. And these .
I In Our Need breast high, will produce more.lumber -
all-purpose tractor tires scored 3500Vfc points out ofa
of and financial
Just to realize that there are higher quality
friends in the world who care is a returns as well as economy in log- possible total of 4100 for the four contests.r

Wilfred Grenfell. ging. Harvesting the larger trees
great help.-Sir
do choose Firestone
Why plowing champions
will double, and even quadruple returns R
Ground Tires? The is
per thousand feet as com- answer :
Give some thoughtto pared to the logging and cuttingof
a deeper, .
the Laxative take the smaller sizes. Selective log-
you ging and cutting provides for greater broader bite into the soil. Has positive self-cleaning t

.;;) c Constipation Is no$ to be trifled value, increases volume and reduces action. a
"' } \ ., with. When you need a laxative, losses and handling costs. ,
you need a good one. GREATER STRENGTH-Resists the strain of yy ;
Trees will continue to have an important '
Black-Draught Is purely vegeta- role in the wise manage- heavy pulling because every fiber of every cord is '
ble, reliable. It does not upset the saturated with rubber the
ment of idle land, Anderson observes liquid by patented

stomach but acts on the. lower bowel, and offer a source of future Firestone Gum-Dipping process. Two extra layers z?

relieving you constipation.When need a laxative take and annual income if properly han- of Gum-Dipped cords under the tread bind the j r.
dled. Trees and forests physical -
are a
tread and cord body solidly together that
purely vegetable protection to certain lands in so we

BLACKDRAUGHTA addition to being capable of yielding guarantee they will not separate.

economic returns.
GREATER SAVINGS Saves 25% in time '
GOOD LAXATIVE The farm owner is in a better position ''k
than the large timber company and up to'50% in fuel over steel-lugged wheels. \ I

because he can harvest his crop i '
when it will bring the highest mar- w ,fin. 'x,
ket returns, and by watching the tire to do more work in a given time.

A timber market he can adjust his : '
Specify Firestone Ground Grip Tires when., ,
cutting operations in proportion.
Don't Neglect Them I buying a new tractor or any wheeled farm ,y z F \

Nature designed the kidneys to do amarvelous Of Interest to FarmersAbout implement. And, for your present equipment, ask
Job.Their task it to keep the
flowing blood stream free of an exceu of two-thirds of the total buck- your nearest Firestone Implement Dealer, Tire
toxic impurities. The act of ,
living -H/
i iUelf lB constantly producing waste wheat crop of the United States is Dealer or Firestone Auto Supply &. Service Store' :;'

I matter the blood the if kidneys good health must It remove to endure.from in New York and Pennsylvania. about the economical Firestone Cut-Down Wheel'''
When the kidneys fail to function u C Program.
Nature intended, there (
a retention of
waste that may rause body-wide distress. Hens inherit laying: ability, justas
One may suffer nagging backache, cows inherit milk production rec- Ltstett to the Firestone broadcast oj the International Livestock Show from Chicago, Nov. 29, 30, Dec.
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, ords. 1, 2, 3. See your local newspaper for station and time. Also listen to the Voice of Firestone featuring
." getting up nights, swelling, puffiness Richard Crooks and Margaret Speaks, Monday evenings over Nationwide N. B. C. Red Network.
under the eyce-feel tired,nervous, all e eCanada'screamerybutteroutput
; worn out.Frequent.
"t'' ,scanty or burning passages in
nay be further evidence of Kidney or the first eight months of 1937 totaled
bladder disturbance.The e I e 0 e e e '
recognized and proper treatment 170,705,417 pounds.
Is a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys S *
rid of excess poisonous body waste. e e a e e
use Donna paz They have had more A turkey at McCook, Neb., drovea
than of "'' / .' *'Vl' '' '' "" ''" *T ".'vT ,'- ' "' *'$' '' -
forty years public approval.Are pheasant hen from her nest and i ; w. t *
endorsed the
country over. Insist on
Does'a. Sold at all drug stores. hatched the fledglings.
S *

1 Ireland's potato crop is being

turned to new uses. Industrial alco- Copyrisht 133T.Firestone Tire&: Rubber Co.
hol factories utilize farm surplus.



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Rardin VicePresidentState ed a dealer and required to pay a The service will include surveysof : I'I II I and commercial activities. Obviously -week) is to the effect that the Inter-
dealer's license for selling fish or employment possibilities in local there is only one constructiveway i county Telephone and Telegraph

Press .Ass'n sea foods. communities through interviewswith I to reduce WPA rolls.-through : Company has applied for a permitto
The state board of conservation employers, evaluation of abilities private re-employment. The new place a submarine cable across
I realizes that many people come to 'and skills of individual Wl>A service attacks the problem in a the Caloosahatchee canal at the
Tallahassee, Nov. 18 (FNS).-/ Florida to enjoy the excellent salt workers and an effort to place a constructive way." road 164 bridge at LaBelle. Tho
Staging the most successful meet in water fishing which the state affords capable worker in every available --- : cable is to be placed thirteen feet ',r
its history, the Florida State them, and it is the policy of job. The service will also include a Tampa Doctor Opens below mean low water or approxi- '"g2*
Association brought its annual convention -I I the board to welcome them and to follow-up of all placements. mately six feet below the bottomof >,1
to a close here with protect them in the enjoyment of the channel at this time.
Decision to inaugurate the New Fishing
service Camp
election of Don Lochner, publisher their favorite sport; and the same
is a regular WPA function in Florida
of the Clermont Press, as president applies to residents who engage in
for the ensuing year, succeed- this pastime for pleasure and personal Mrs. Southworth said, followed I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID4t ? I Ii
Haven Democrat
experiments in job finding carried, I i )Ii I
ing Robe-it F. Sikes, of Crestview. use. on in several women work centers: i Dr. E: R. Ethridge of Tampa
Other officers chosen were Tate For the protection of both non- over the state during the past year I!and associates have purchased al
Powell, jr., McClenny Press, first resident and local fishermen, the in cooperation with the Federal and I tract of land on Bear Beach from
vice' president, and Paul Rardin, board has boats carrying on an active State Re-employment Service. Dis- I Arvid Swanson and are putting in
Everglades News, Canal Point, sec-I daily patrol of waters in Choc- continuance of the latter a few I a modern fishing camp at that place
ond vice president. Henry Hudson, tawatchee Bay Apalachicola, St. months ago ended the I cooperative I it was reported this 'week.
Titusville Ftar Advocate was reelected Marks, Tarpon Springs, in the Boca arrangement, whereupon the WPA I Eleven cabins, ten feet by four-
treasurer and Russell Kay, in
West territory, the
determined to continue efforts to teen feet are being erected for the I
Florida Clipping Service, Tampa Miami-Palm Beach territory, and
place non-manual workers. The I convenience of visiting fishermen f
was reelected secretary.The Intermediate points between Palm I service was tried out in Jacksonville and the building of these cabins is t /
visiting editors, many of Beach and St. Augustine up to Fern-I I over a period of six weeks and I I said to be ,nearing completion. A :
whom arrived Thursday afternoon, andina. resulted in the placement of 100 !channel I has been cut through the I
were entertained at Capitol Gard- The patrol maintained by the department -I WPA workers in private jobs. Services -J grass to the open lake in order that JMTNcLE]
ens that eve ng. An all day business enables it practically to are now available throughout I boats may be run from the camp to J
session was held at Wakulla prohibit illegal netting, stop-netting, the state under the supervision of I the better fishing grounds and beacon iACKSONV LLI
Springs on Friday during which a catching of undersized fish, stone six area supervisors of WPA non- lights will be erected to guide i I J FLORA
luncheon was served by the man- crabs crawfish sponges and other manual projects. Area headquartersare fishermen to the mouth of this channel -
agement of the Springs followed bya violations from Fernandina to Miami in Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa I when they stay. on the lake after:! I GARNETT ANDREWS Mny
boat trip to the, marine ,gardens and from Key West to Pen;a- Pensacola, Orlando and Madison. nightfall.The I II ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at this'
where trained fish assumed the role modern,fireproof hotel in the J heart ol down.,
cola. "Success of the will make every camp is located town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
of entertainers to the delight and approximate-I shower, soft water, ceiling fan,radio, slatted
effort to avoid recommendation ofa ly one-quarter of a I
amazement of the visitors.All I summer door ... Every Bid with! innerspring
WHITE COLLAR WORKERS ARE worker who is unfitted for the of Harney Pond canal and this locality ,I mattress and reading lamp. Running ice
speakers were barred and the ASSISTED IN FINDING WORK: job and it is our intention to check 1 has long been noted for its.( water on every floor. r t'{!"
entire session vas given over to the AIR CONDITIONED
splendid black bass
every placement. An effort has been i fishing.
discussion of actual COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
newspaper prob- Jacksonville.-Inauguration of a made to develop and improve skillsof DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
lems. Publishers stated it was the nonmanuaI'projects Rjtcs-.Sinole with! Private Bt4:
state-wide vocational placement workers on Telephone Co. Asks
most interesting and constructive r 78 Rooms $2 00 80 Rooms $2.50
service to assist women and white within limitations of somewhat rig- .
40 Rooms $3 00 24 Rooms
session in and president Robert S3 50
years collar workers now on WPA rolls id national WPA framework. A large Permit For CableA 10 SampU Room wish| Pivt. Bath $400
F. Sikes was complimented ,by ...
to secure employment in private industry group on the rolls has skills equalto Slight mere 'o'double everyone on his conduct of the af is announced by Mrs. Rolla many workers in private employment .. I. 8 POUND H*...I.HorlL .

fair. A. Southworth state director 'of and, given the opportunity notice from the district U. S. 00..00.PATTEN..'.- '1 "OUL n.\DESO10rGRANDOPENINU G.
will fit into industries .. "'"".
WPA projects. acceptably I Engineer office in Jacksonville, this v ;
Tallahassee Nov. 18 (FNS-
The large number of inquiries re- '
cevied by the State Board of Con- t;,
servation regarding licenses for
fishing in the salt waters of the .
state show that there is a general
misconception of the new conserva-
tion act passed by the 1937 legis-
lature, R. L. Bowling State Supervisor ,: 24th ANNIVERSARY OF :
for the board, stated this week.

No license is r/quired for fishingIn ,
'salt waters of the state for pleasure -

or personal use, he explained, Franklin Hardware COG :
but if the fish are sold after they
are caught a license is required of
the seller, as he or she is then term-

Celebrating with the opening of our great new hardware store now ,presented to our friends in ::

Chas. (Dome) Williams Fort Myers and vicinity as a ,monument to the great appreciation we. hold for their 24 years ofpleasant 1'1

Comedian with Uncle Ezra'sRADIO
BARN DANCE LIC FOR INSPECTION AT 7:00P, M. TILL 9:00 P. M. FRIDAY-Saturday morning 9:00

Coming to Clewiston '. a. m.-the store doors re-open, offering many extraordinary values too numerous to list. Our i-

store is perhaps the most complete in South Florida-our lines are more complete than ever.

Thursday, November 25 Our, prices are right. {.

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LINOLEUM RUGS I want to extend Hand-Crafted (Hammered Effect) .

Beautiful Patterns- 10 of Them- 18 a personal invitation t, ALUMINUMWARE SPECIALOffering

First Quality Bird Neponset" with to everybody 8hi
; ; attend choice of all 3 Qt. Percolator
to : or
Felt Base-These Surfaces Wear.
: the opening of 2 Double
Regular Price $6.49 Qt. Qt. t

I.r lour new store '
Boiler Round Roaster Regular "
Opening Sale Special ,

I Saturday Only $4 C)49 : W. P. $1 1.50: Values, Opening Sale Spec- J;*


FLASHLIGHTS I. ial, Saturday Only. Each 83c'

2 r -'r.tl'';'..':='.'''' '''--'; ; J'asiSJ!!& ;u:,.. : 1Ii! \\T. "j
Cell Streamlined Chromium ,

t Plated Focusing Head CoinKITCIEN 32-Piece DINNERWARE SETS A:

plete with Batteries STEP- Consisting of six dinner pI"tes-Si cups arid saucers 1,<.
Regularly sold for ((fjI) DDERSSix ,dessert IIates-Six fruit' dislies One meat ;-

t o' $1.25. For Saturday (.TS&II C! :, Every homo needs this platter-and One vegetable dish:"": Choice of three )

Only . . . ladder-KUI be used, as 11Ll.tteI"IlS-n Quality-A real Special! Regularly

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kitchen work stool
Sold for $4.23Opening ;,

Self-Measuring Natural ;jfinislir Extra ;

ALUMINUMWARE sttu'il,'. Regular value $1. Day Only, 2,89 r

Assortment SetSATURDAY . "

Opening Sale Special "' .. -=.a, 1
Buy Any or All-Four Useful Kitchen -
". For the last twenty years John SCREWDRIVERSA
P.. VanAinam has brought to this Items. '

:; section of the country entertainment $1 6 Qt. Covered Kettle' ,
useful need in home and i.
that has stood the test over the every
" years, as clean, wholesome enter- f $1 2 Qt. Percolator : j ,' r car-Ridiculously low priced as anopening n
C ,
' tainment at common ,sense prices. $1 3 PC. Windsor Pan Set. .- : t m
<, Mr. VanArnam will be remembered ,'. ,. !"'dY special.-3 I inch-4.inch-
ks.j. by his '.t, ., on the road 18 I years and during Self 5. Teakettle I 5 inch. All regular 1 Oc val 11
Measuring Qt.
r ., tn
c the last 8 the
years was only white OXLY II
Minstrel Show in the United Statesor 1'' $1.39 value, Sale Special . 88c i f ues. Per Blade I Inch. a

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Uncle Ezra does not need any in- rt
'- troduction as every radio listener "
?; and show-goer is well acquaintedwith ij1. FRANKLIN HARDWARE COMPANY

this lovable quaint New England ,
r rural character who is playedby 1
Billy Hall of Lewiston, Maine.
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Mr. Hall will bring to you in persona I THE NEW HOME, OF FRIENDLY Y SERVICEFirst I

character that many have tried to
4i% impersonate, but none have satisfiedthe I & Broadway Phone 32 Fort Myers, Fla.
radio and stage public as has I r;;;
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