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: December 31, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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I MRS. STEWART WINS KIWANIANS ARE NoticeOn Morris Davis .Is Held For -' ;1



I Killing WIfe Xmas NIght ]

February 1st, 1938, all I

subscribers whose subscriptions 'Robbers Enter Hopkins ( Shooting Takes Place : i

Elbert Stewart's artistic decoration Kiwanis committees for the yeas
of her home received first of 1938 were announced by W. W. are in arrears' will be Building Xmas Nigh In Bedroom AfterMorris ; ,I

award in the Garden Club's contest Perry at the last December meeting dropped from the Clewiston )..

'. of lighted doorways Christmas Eve. held Wednesday night at the bar- Qu a'rir; e L. ..>
News mailing list. Robbers again entered the Hopkins 1-;
The entrance to the Stewart home racks. I. M. Pafford, retiring presi-

was lighted by large electric can- dent, presided at the meeting.Mr. Building Christmas night, stol .
dles and over the doorway was a Perry named the following Statements of subscriptionswill (merchandise from the Clewiston Dry; Davis, an employee of the '
Goods Company and made their get warehouse of the U. S. Engineers ::
heavy garland of dark evergreen, committees: be mailed on January 1st, :
I away with apparently no trace of here, is being held without bail in
dotted with lighted stars in various Agriculture: J. E. Beardsley, ;
and all delinquent subscribers their Identity.The the Hendry county jail at LaBelle
colors. The effect was particularly chairman, T. B. Shelley. ofhis
back door of the store wa charged with the fatal shooting
lovely viewed from the street. A I Attendance and House: A. W. who wish to continue their broken open. The merchandise stol wife, Mildred, Christmas night.
large and realistic snow-man, fashioned Sias chairman Dr. J. W. Ezelle, R. '
I paper will please pay their en consisted largely of men's clothing Mrs. Davis was shot in the abdomenas
i of cotton, stood beneath nn C. Wilson.
and shoes and was valued at approximately she and her husband quarreledin

\ doorway which was, lighted likewise A. W. Sias, ,H. H. Turner. i M. Martin, manager of the store. lived about forty-five minutes after

I with two large candles. Kiwanis Education: Rev. F. C. It is thought the barking of a dog; the shooting. Davis claims the gun

Mrs. F. M. Wright, who received Taylor, chairman, J. E. Beardsley. in one, of the apartments on the was discharged accidentally as he

I second prize in this contest, had a Program: R. 'N. Smith, chairman second floor of the building may: was cleaning it.

festoon of bright colored fruit, ,over first four months; A. O. Ward, Festive Dinners Brighten ] have frightened the robber or rob An inquest was held at the homein

the doorway of her home. Ten can. chairman second four months; andI. I bers before any other merchandis LaBelle at two o'clock Sunday

dies burned in the ten windows of .. M. Pafford, chairman third four Holiday Season For ManyThe could be removed. morning, conducted by G. Small, jus-
and branches of I
the enclosed
months. I[ tice of the peace, in the absence of
pine and pine cones were arrangedon I Public Affairs and Classification: STATE BOARD OF ENGINEERS county judge W. T. Maddox. The

each side of the doorway. The T. B. Shelley, chairman, E. E. ''Kelley hospitality of many Christmas Clewiston APPROVE NALL'S REGISTRATIO coroner's jury viewed the scene and
homes enlivened the season ]I
whole floodlight I .
lighted by a
was D. G. Alston. as dinner parties and family the body and met again at the court
Christmas B. E. chairman The State Board of Engineering to hear
Publicity: Herring I house on Sunday afternoon
gatherings were numerous.
First prize for outdoor Christmas J. G. Niblack, Gideon Brown. Examiners has announced the .approval testimony of Dr. A. P. O'Bannon,
') trees went to Mrs. F. Deane Duff I I Reception and Inter-Club_ Relations -I On Christmas Eve Mr. and Mrs. of the application of a grout who was called to the Dais home

whose two lighted trees had grace- I I r : H. R. Hall,, chairman, I. M. I H. J. B. Scharnberg were hosts to of applicants for registration. as en Immediately after the shooting oc-
ful poinsettias between them. Mrs. I I Pafford. a large group of friends at a dinner gineer. curred. The coroner's jury returned -

R. Y. Patterson had twin trees lighted I Support of Churches in their Spir- I party at their lovely home on Del Included in the group is W. C. a verdict that "Mildred Davis

on the front of her home, and I itual ,Aims: J. F.. Tippe, chairman, Monte Avenue. Included in: the gr'oup I Nail of Moore Haven, who is connected -" died of gunshot wounds at the handsof
received second prize for them. I were Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Smith, I "
B. E. Herring. with the U. S. Engineer depart Morris Davis.

Mention was also made by the Underprivileged Child: Dr. J. W.. Barbara and Mary Ellen Smith, MJ;. ment as maintenance supervisor. Mrs.. Davis is said to have stated

judges of the contest of the pretty I Ezelle, chairman, Rev. F. C. Taylor. and Mrs. Byron P. Luce, Misses El- Examinations were held in Octob before she died that "It was no ac-

effect of vari-colored lights along : Vocational Guidance: R, N. Smith, eanor and Rosalind Luce, Mr. and cident, Morris shot me." Davis com-
Mrs. I. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Fred
the low fence enclosing the patio of I (Continued On Page 4) Fred er.Old pleted his work at the warehousein
Henricksen Mr. Mrs. E. P. Mu-
the W. C. Owen home, and of the Age Payroll Totals Clewiston and reached home
trix, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Baldwin,
prettily lighted doorway of the Ley- Four Winners in Golf I about nine o'clock Christmas night.
Mr.. and Mrs. C. A. Martinez, C. A.,
dig home. Mrs: John R. Laking, Mrs. ] $4,360 for Hendry Co. I His wife and two small children had
jr., Jack and Oliver Martinez, Mrs.
F. I. Hill and Mrs. C. L. Downs Last. Week-end I : spent the day with his mother and
judges Tourney M. Meluh, Mrs. Bessie Elliott, Miss
were the : her family at their home adjoining.Mrs. .
I' y Virginia Gallant, Ralph Mott, Jay
30. Mildred Davis, the children anda
Dec. Hendry
W. Moran, J. D. Bruce, jr., John Jacksonville, ...
ALL STORES TO CLOSE Four winners featured in the since the welfare board began to brother and sister-in-law; had attended -
I Lucaa, F. M. Rodriguez and M. Val-
ON NEW; YEARS' DAY prize winning section of last week ero. I I county's old age assistance payroll the movies in the evening.

end's tournament play at the Clew- function on July .1, has reached the Morris Davis had met them near the
.... ,..,;r- Employees of, all. scores in Clew- ston Golf Club.. Emmett Shelley I Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Bestor and !, substantial ;total of $3,7J0.90, according theater after, he reached LaBelle.:
iston will enjoy their second success- ,when sons-G< eorge'and'Richard,. entertained
showed the field the
again way to announceinentfhere'; this Soon after they reached home, the
ive two-day holiday and customerswill
I he carded a pair of forties for an Mr. and'Mrs. R..Y Patterson and i i
be faced with the necessity once Mrs week. couple appear to have quarrelled ov-
80-1-70, low net score for the ,day. sons, Bob and Dick, Mr. and : Christmas
again .of doing their week-end shopping captured two birdies on his C. L. Downs, Judson Francis and H. I Old age assistance payments have: er Davis staying out all night -
for two days instead of one for increased from month to month in eve. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis,
Cole of West Palm Beach at a dinner
round, on No. 4 and the second
all have agreed to closing, their placeof one I on Christmas Day. I practically every county of, the stateas parents of Morris, heard screams .
business on New Years Day. on No. 11. additional names were added to from Mildred, and heard the'shot before -
Two Belle Glade golfers again I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bigg had as I the rolls. they reached the house. Dr. 0'-
Week-end shoppers are warned to won prize-winning places when Arthur their guests Mr. and Mrs. F. M.: summoned immediately -
I Bannon was
buy for the two day period and to Wright, Francis and Nancy Wright. I The payments for this county, by
!I Wells shot 6 threes and Larry but there was no chance to save
in their supply of groceries and months, follows:
lay I I Nash had the alarming total of 12 At the Beardsley Farm on Christ- I her life. The shotgun and empty;
other necessities on Friday instead fours. H. R. Hall of Clewiston again mas Day a family gathering enjoyed July $418.90, August $486, Sep shells were found by Deputy SheriffH.

of Saturday. I I found himself 'a winner with. 9 fives. dinner. In addition to Mr. and I tember $518, October $673, November H. McCall outside the window.

HIGHLANDS HAMMOCK VESPER : Arthur; Wells and Dr. White bat- Mrs. James E. Beardsley and their $810, December $865. Davis remained at the house until

SPEAKERS ARE ANNOUNCED tled over' the 18 hole route in the sons, James W., Bob, Dan and Bruce, I I With the aid to the blind plan arrested by McCall and placed in

finals of the much-postponed handi- there were D. W. Beardsley, Mrs. L. I formally approved by the National jail.

The annual Highlands Hammock cap meet, Wells emerging victoriousby I H. Robbins, Mr., and Mrs. Joe Robbins Social Security Board, the welfare Mrs. ''Davis was the daughter of

Vesper Service series will be initiated a 3 and 1 margin. White had recently -I and son, John, Mr. and Mrs.C. 'I payroll for the county will soon be Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brantley of

on January 9 with a musical pro- won the right to meet Wells I E. Robbins, Marie and Vollney- I lightly swelled by grants made to Clewiston. She attended school here

the Avon Park High 'School when he defeated Milfred McCrack- I Robbins. the blind and near-blind. Enrollmentis before being married five years ago.

gram under by the direction of Dr. Stanley I en 4 and 3 in 27 holes. White play- I Miss Eunice Meredith and: her practically completed and will be She was a well-loved girl, whose tragic -

N. Reeves, according to the announcement ed under a 16 handicap and Wellsa father, Foster Meredith, "were hosts I followed by examinations by specialists death brings sorrow to'many

of H. J. Malsberg, ,director 12. I at theirapartment in the Hopkins to determine the loss or impairment friends here and in LaBelle. Surviving -

i I of state parks of the Florida Seeding and fertilizing of the I Building to Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Mer- of sight where the need of the her are her ,two children,

: Forest and Park Service. The Vesper I greens has been underway at the I edith,. and daughter, Patricia, and I applicant has
.-, Service, held during the tourist club the past ten' days. Four newly] I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey.Mr. the satisfaction 'of the district board. months, her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and I
seeded will be put into play J. L. Brantley, two sisters, Miss Cora
. season in the outdoor amphitheatre greens I Nearly 23,000 persons are now receiving -
.. of the Highlands Hammock State I next' Sunday, and although the remaining -I sons, Billy and Benny, had as guests I old age assistance and the Mae and June Brantley and one

-- ) Park, have been increasingly popular five will be open for week Mrs. Prewitt's mother, Mrs. W. H. number will be augmented until the brother; J. B. Brantley, all of Clew-
Whatley and Mr. and Mrs. M. M.:
,t; L and have featured speakers of end play, they will be closed the fore :I estimated quota of 27,000 is reached iston.
Prewitt and daughters, Mauryno,
,r.h'll international reputation. The cur= part of next week and opened again and probably passed, according Funeral services were held in
Louise and Anne.
Y rent schedule follows: the following Sunday. I to present indications. The perCClt-1: Fort[ Myers Monday ,afternoon and
At the R. H. Knight home were
January 9: Musical program, by Don Young, club professional, an- Mrs. Knight's parents, Mr. and Mrs. age of rejections is as burial followed in the Fort Myers
Bet-A-Million turnament I program advances, rendering more cemetery. Lawrence A. Powell Fun-
Park High School in charge nounces a
i- Avon
I J. T. Dumas of Auburn Alabama, I.
iJ'f of Dr. Stanley N. Reeves. for next week-end. Each player will and Mr. Knight's mother, Mrs. Josephine : difficult the problem of estimating =ral Home was in charge of the.... ar-
be 10000.00 in stage the: final total case load. rangements.
'given money
f{;': January 16: Address by the HonE I. Knight of Canal Point. i r

Y {{ orable!! Harold Colee, Secretary, FIOr-\\and allowed to wager it in any way Miss, Ruth Knight who is home : Funds for the payment of old age FILE MAiXDAMTJSSUIT
will be awardedfor BONDHOLDERS
he fit. Prizes
sees assistance conies from the beverage
f1 ida State Chamber of for the Christmas holidays from HAVENA
;: the two high places reporting, I contributed AGAINST MOORE
tax: plus an equal amount
Florida State College for Womenwas '
' 23 Dr. William F.
: January : QUil-1 low and low net '
also for
gross a guest in the home of her sister, by the federal government.
g..y: lan; General Secretary of ? suit has been filed in the Cir-

rg <, of the Southern Methodist Church. score. I Mrs. C. E. Miner. I uit; court under the name of John
I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr.,
f <:: January 30: Dr. John J. Tigert, MRS. WOODWARD HOSTESS AT I Morris against the City
and their son, Harry, were dinnerguests
\, President, University of Florida. BRIDGE FOR VISITING AUNT EVENING I'lRIDGE CLUB )if Moore Haven seeking mandamus
of Mr. and ) 1rs. Harry Vau- of
_ to force the payment
6 General Edward J. action
February : ghn and Mis. W.. P. Vaughn, sr. i
:" Higgins, former world head of the Mrs. William Stansell, of Macon, At the George home were gathered The Evening Bridge Club met at 4,000? in defaulted bonds
a+:,; :' Salvation Army. who is the guest of her neice, :Mrs. the: home of Mrs Harr--' Turner on $?1200 in past coupons. Action is IP-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert, George, Mr. Ii
,"/" ." February 13: Dr. John R. Mott, i V. C. Woodward, was honored witha and Mrs. Gratton George, Miss Ro- Wednesday.The urnable on the suit on the January until
' Y. M. A. Leader. bridge Wednesday living decorated rule day but may be deferred
.: }. 'i. International C. delightful party berta George, Mrs. Lillian Murrayand room was
.. ".'- February 20: Musical program by afternoon. Halson Avant. with poinsetias and white roses and the. spring term of court opens.

:::),,;, Sebring High School, under the direction Mrs. J. Grady Niblack won high Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Horne of I with a silver, Christmas tree. The I This is the second such suit to be
.. N Mitchell tallies and prizes further carried out the city, the first hayIng -
: : of Dr. Ferguson. score prize and received 'a basket Belle Glade and Miss Mignonne St. filed against
;;. S In addition, tentative arrangements containing various cosmetics Mrs. Martin were dinner guests of Mi. the holiday theme.: I been settled amicably between

F: have been made for appear- A. 0. Ward held low score and was and Mrs. J. A. McGehee on Christmas Mrs. B. J. Schroeder received a he commission and the bond hold-

> ances of Dr. Luther Rice Christie, consoled with an attractive candy Day. white pottery vase as high prize, irs. The commission feels that some

pastor of the Baptist church, Talla- dish. The honoree was presentedwith Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wells entertained Mrs.. R. C. Wilson a pottery bas- uch amicable settlement may be

It'L hassee, and Dr. Ray V. Sowers, Dean a pretty set of, pot holders. ,a group of .relatives includ- ket for cut prize and Mrs. Roy Alston aado of the present suit.

: '::1 of Southern College, Lakeland. Ambrosia, fruit cake and coffee ing' Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wells, Cur- a set of bridge pencils for low The suit is brought by a bondholder -

,_ .. Mr. Malsberger stated that all were served to Mrs. Stansell, Mrs. tis Wells and Mr. and, Mrs. Glen score prize. or group of bondholders who

! ., Vesper Services would start at 3:30 I Niblack, Mrs. Ward, Mrs Glen Eth- Etherton. Others playing were Mrs. C. R.I would not participate in the bond

1Jb p. m. and, beginning at 3 o'clock j erton, Mrs. Aubrey Wells, Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hirsch were Iruze, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. efundlng plan recently adopted by

'.: :( and up until the close of the Vesper I' E. Herring and Mrs. I. M. pa ford. happy ,in the presence of three \ of 3. Shelley and Mrs. C. E. Nail. the commission.M. .
'" Services, the small admission fee their four daughters. At the Niblack- Pineapple upside-down cake and

generally charged at the Highlands W. M. Martin spent the Christmas Hirsch apartment were gathered, offee were served at the refresh- r S. Wright of South Bay was

Hammock gate would be waived. week-end visiting: in Stuart,!, (Continued .On .Page 4) nent hour. i a business\ ; visitor: hero .Thursday

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: : President's "Must" Program Virtually Wrecked SUNDAY LessonBy mues

Panay Bombing Still a Live Issue REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, I
Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof
Chicago. That Too
Western Newspaper Union.
A man boasted that he had beenin

about Lesson for January 2 every hospital in town.
"Impossible! said a friend.

After ,Dinner Speeches. t( r "What about the women's hos.
TEXAS.-Late- r' $3\ THE GOSPEL OF MARK: pital?"
HOUSTON "Yep! I was born there."
I've had to
sins, '

listen to a jag of after-dinner i; \akkr: LESSON TEXT-Mark 103545.
of GOLDEN TEXT-And whosoever of you Poor Fish'
oratory, including plenty will be the chiefest. shall be the servant of
v) all.-Mark 10:44.PRIMARY Waiter-Are you the fried
like to
mine. I hope people tSY t,4P
TOPIC-What Two Brothers flounder, sir?

me. I do.Feature Asked Jesus. Diner-No, I'm a hungry sole,
JUNIOR TOPIC-Who Are the Great? .
writers say professional INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPICA with an empty plaice, and I'm
after-dinner speakers are. dying out. Look at the Gospel of Mark. waiting for something to fillet.
That be true _
Mark's Gospel: Author Origin Theme.
New York, where
folks are anxious to Beginning a New Year is always

get the dinner over : a thrilling experience. The thoughtof

with so they may an unwritten record is a pleasantone

hurry to the night- and at the same' time most sol

spots and do some f 5/ \ emnizing. We must take heed, you
sincere and earnest tq I : ; 7/ and.I, what we write upon that page

drinking in an effortto which lies before us with the invit- ;., I
forget what the ing caption-1938." :;& 1
stock market did to ....4' j
t Next to having New Year's day
them and )
yesterday fall on Sunday, it is most appropriate -
what it's going to do ', : };
that the Lord's day should come
to them tomorrow. Irvin S. Cobb
between the holiday of yesterday
But out in the hinterlands spent with our family and friends, tried to borrow a ten spot
the new crop of native ora- from Jones, and he flew in a i
and the the rage.
at ; work-day on morrow, ,
is bountiful and the typical ;; '
tors a one; -
when we begin the year's labors. "Yes-he always goes off at a
silver tongues of the great "
spaces-I'm speaking of their Today we tarry in God's house to touch. !I
open include pray and counsel together in the
neighborhoods although I might -
their mouths-are still con- f\ c light of his Holy Word regardingthe Cluck, Cluck!

vinced that the sweetest. music on new year of grace and oppor- Farmer Jones sent the new boyto

earth is the sound of one's own voice. tunity. the station to pick up a chicken-

An English preacher had the best We begin today a six-month studyof house he was expecting. The
Ambassador Hirosi Saito of Japan and Mme. Saito photographedas the of Mark which
Gospel pre- farmer
formula: Stand up to be seen, speakup gazed when he got back.
to be heard, shutup to be appre- they were leaving the Japanese embassy in Washington for the White sents Christ as the Servant of God.It "Good gracious," shouted Jones,
House to attend the state reception for the diplomatic Shortly after-
ciated. If he'd left out all but the corps. is the Gospel of the mighty acts "what do you suppose you've got
last 'twould have been wards Saito broadcast to the American people what amounted to an apol- of divine power, rather than of there?"
part, per-
fect recipe. ogy for the bombing'" of the Panay in the Yangtze river, calling it a words. It is characterized by "Your chicken-house, and, it

'aTomorrow's "shocking blunder. energy and spontaneity. It moves dang near broke my back lifting

Treasures.WANT rapidly. The characteristic wordsare it."

to acquire untold wealth "straightway," "immediately," "Chicken-house," roared the

'latter years, or, any- We PicLuul and "forthwith," which are used farmer. "That's the station wait-

how, for your grateful heirs? more than forty times. ing-room!" .
SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK Before considering our lesson for
Then collect Collect
things. cheap I I
Western Union.F.D.R.'s .
would undoubtedly like to
things which are both common and today, we You can't catch cold from leaving -
commonplace. Then sit down and Program Battered sidered only second in importanceto "meet the author." John Mark was off your bad habits. j

wait for these objects to become in virtual revolt the farm bill. It had the supportof the son of the Mary in Jerusalem in I I

obsolete and therefore priceless. CONGRESS, administration the C. I. 0., so John Lewis sharedin whose home was "the upper room"where
against the was
in the Ointment
Yesterday's necessity is today's the defeat. The A. F. of L. had so many important events Fly
for the
the of
on eve adjournment took place. He was a cousin of Attorney (to wife seeking di-
junk, but will be tomorrow's treas- and the session in offered a substitute which was rejected -
holidays special
Barnabas and went with him and vorce-How long have your relations -
ured antique. as President Green had
.. its month of exist- expected -
Assume you'd saved up old cir- '; :.::-.;:,.., ence had done al- it would be. Paul on the first missionary journey.For been unpleasant? I
bills river % No action taken some reason he lost heart and Wife-My relations have always
cus or Mississippi 'B' in theWf'X was on the Presi-
boat buggy whips *{<. ,. ,. most nothing dent's other "must" went home, much to Paul's distress. been as nice as pie. It's his who've 1
menus, or or "'/ measures,
; : : 'i,: .,. way of, carrying out
: : caused all the trouble.
those handpainted slop-jars formerly ''5?"<'::'<%:jjk.X1l:; .,.:":'+'$'; the legislative program : which were for revision of anti- Happily we find that the young man j :

found in all truly refined homes. "' i;:: which the trust laws, regional planning and redeemed himself in Paul's estima-
Henry Ford or some museum would >; ;:t ,::,.., > '!:*.. President had laid federal government reorganization. tion and was later well spoken of

take a lot at any price. :iM:.}'>Im'v ; before it. 0 n c eagain ,Nothing definite was done by con- by him (Col.- 4:10, Phile. 24, and I Still Coughing?

I'm putting aside literary works ofa ,vr-t.:; :: Mr. Roosevelt gress concerning revision of the Tim. 4:11).

purely imaginative conception. I ,"''.f 1<:.r>:x=*,:",w.ri'i'i'<" /; turned to Vice President taxes which are hampering businessand The lesson text chosen for our No matter how many medicinesyou

have one perfect specimen of idyl- "::' Garner to devise industry. "preview" of the Gospel is one have tried for your cough, chest

lic creation-a time-table of the old 5:';> ''l!i4" salvage strategy which shows the weakness of human cold, or bronchial irritation, you can
: .
>; < ;, get relief now with Creomulsion.
Florida East Coast railroad, also a .M.: k and summonedVice ambitions as contrasted with the
Panay Serious trouble may be brewing and
complete working synopsis of the\ President to the White House true spirit of humble service which you cannot afford to take a chance

Townsend plan-just sheer fantasy.Germany's Garner with' the veteran WHILE Washington was await. characterized Christ.I. with any remedy less potent than

Texan Speaker Bankhead and formal reply from To- Selfish Ambition Rebuked (vv. Creomulsion, which goes right to
were kyo to the American notes con- the seat of the trouble and aids na-
Colonies. Senator Barkley and RepresentativeSam the 35-41). ture to soothe and heal the inflamed
EVERY nation is united in the Rayburn, majority leaders of _cerning murderous attack by Ambition is not in itself wrong, mucous membranes and to loosen
attitude that to 'the senate and house. Japanese airmen 0/-';'> .,;:<: but when it becomes so extreme and expel the germ-laden phlegm.

. Germany should be restored the The topic of their discussion was and machine gunf' '. ""M, that it projects self forward at the Even if other remedies have failed,

; colonies taken from her by the wine what should be done with the wreck- ners on the U. S. 'j expense of others it becomes selfish don't be discouraged, try Creomul-
ning side in the World's in the Gunboat Panay, it'>":<;W<" ', destructive. The fact that these sion. Your druggist is authorized to
warexceptthe of the five-point and
program "
age 'Er: < if not
that .::.4 ,': : refund your money you are
was reported : ,
< nations that acquired the said closing days of the session and how "'i"'X"; :. men were evidently earnest and thoroughly satisfied with the bene-

.., colonies in the split-up. much of it should be demanded of Hirohito, emperor of, 1 were, indeed, seeking a place with fits obtained from the very first

: That's the main hitch. It's more congress in the regular session in Japan, had taken ;xW;, : [i the Lord in his glory does not bottle. Creomulsion is one wordnottwo
4' personal charge ofit!!; > and it has no hyphen in it.
: than a hitch. It's a hard knot, tied January.It change the situation. They were
the matter. If true ?: ; Ask for it plainly, see that the name
.W '
t, originally with hate 'and, sealed now was hoped the new housing bill this would be < {=: selfish even in dealing with holy the bottle is Creomulsion, andyou'll Ion
f i.:"., with greed. In other words, sauce could be pushed through the senate a severe 1 things. get the genuine product and

.. for the goose is sauce for the gan- before adjournment, having been blow to the all-k. f James and John had asked for a the relief you want. Adv.)

der-unless it happens to be our approved by committee after pas- powerful military %;-p'l/l: great honor in the kingdom, but had
and naval factions
gander which naturally alters the sage by the house, 325 to 23. There Hirohito not sought to share in the sufferingthat

.' case. was not much opposition to this in the Japanese gov- preceded it. SMALL SIZE E, LARGE SIZE, .

LL's Nor seemingly has it occurred to measure, which administration lead- ernment which have been doing Their own ignorance of what was 60c S' 51.20i

)'. any government that the original ers said would lead to the construc- about as they chose. It would be involved, their own weakness, their

I. owners of Germany's former territorial tion and sale of millions of new astonishing development in an- observation of God's hand in the
other for hitherto the "Son ofHeaven"
"! : possessions might like to have ,homes, most of them to cost about way, carrying out of his own plans, iBRANS
has held himself
,?, :,' a say about whom they're'going to $6,000. always should have deterred them. Thereis \

,: belong to in future. But then, if ever: Crop control bills were passed by aloof from such concerns. The such a thing as holy boldness, Brings Blessed Relief Qtfrom
cabinet called in
".:, we started considering the wishes of both senate and house, but they dif- Japanese was extraordinary but there is also such a thing as aches and pains of

i./. despoiled native tribes over the fered widely and early final enactment session to discuss the unholy temerity.II. .
incident and determine what RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
world, where would the white man'snoble was impossible because the Panay
civilization be? i joint conference between commit- reply should be made to the Amer- Sacrificial Service Defined and LUMBAGOTry
ican (vv. 42-45). a bottle Why Suffer?
tees of the two houses to recon-
Christianity organized
cile the measures could not get into Washington's second note was especially -
Cosmopolites. the manner of secular governmentv.
action before.January. sharply worded becauseof
THE last time before this that --iC- the revelation that the Panay ( 42). Much of the mischief that -7 52-37

Mike, Hogg and Major e and the boats carrying its dead and has come to pass in the church is

Raymond Dickson returned to their Cummings Accuses Judge wounded to shore were fired upon the result of "running the church"as

: ,; ranch at Cast 'Blanca, Mex., they an organization, when it shouldbe
machine in alone
was asked by Attor- by gunners Japanese Were you ever
: were just back from New York. CONGRESS allowed to develop as a living
I ney Cummings to in- army boats. The stories of the
: That night, at' the bunkhouse the in strange city?
\/\ vestigate the conduct of United survivors, including several news- organism. a
:r\t.: hands, 'mostly Texas lads' foregathered States District Judge Ferdinand paper men and motion pictures of Anyone who observes with even a

!li.:, '. to hear the bosses tell about Geiger of Milwaukee in connection the attack were all in the hands of little care knows that the church of

!;?' the wonders of. the great city. One with the latter's discharge of a the American officials and seemed Jesus Christ is hindered most seri-

':f ; ;. or two of them had visited New grand jury which was investigatingthe irrefutable, although General Harada ously by the presence of pride and
[: York, so these cosmopolitans pro- selfish ambition. Some people will
automobile finance industry.In the Japanese military attacheat
/: ceeded to exhibit their familiarity' a letter to Chairman Sumnersof Shanghai, issued a report which not work unless they can rule. Their
} with its sights. is withheld unless it'buys for
the house judiciary committee contradicted them in several vital money
r,. "Major," said one, "I 'reckon oldGrant's Cummings charged that Geiger's particulars. It purported to be "the them a dominating interest. The
tomb's still doin'
"' business at conduct was "so obstructive to the sum total of staff officers' investigation" pastor is persona non grata unless
; the same stand eh? -:; --
he' recognizes the desires of the"right" -
administration of justice that I could of the incident.
rt "And I bet the aquarium? is right not failure to it to people. None of these thingsare
justify bring
where she a If know the
: was when I was there, done obviously words o you were you
as as our
\'; buildin's.said another.' "And all them tall your knowledge.-*- China Won't Give Up would suggest. There is much care- true value of this newspaperAlone

;.' IN HANKOW, now the Chinese cap- ful "fixing" and "wire-pulling" be- in a strange city. It is pretty dull.
'" There, was present one lanky Wage-Hour! Bill Killed high officials declared China hind the scenes. But it amounts to Even the newspapers don't seem to

youth who had' never been fifty the bill for regulation of would make no peace overtures to exactly the same thing, and it is print many of the things that interest r ;:p..

miles away from where he' was WHEN and hours, approved by Japan but would fight to the end. all entirely foreign to the spirit of you. Headline stories are all right,
1' born in bend 'of the'' That
a Rio Grande; but there is something lacking.
the senate in August; came up for Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek was Christ.
.' .
probably had is local
" never seen a town"of something news.
"1' action in the house the President perfecting a new plan for military Are there then no Christians who
more than a thousand inhabitants. For all good are edited
'."',' But with all these seasoned travelers suffered one of his greatest legis- operations. humbly serve the Lord? Yes, praisehis especially for their newspapers local readers. Newsof

F showing off, he didn't mean to lative defeats. Southern Democratsand Chinese blew up and burned mostof name, there are many, and whenever your friends and neighbors is needed

J :"" be left out., He waited for .an open- ,the ,Republican minority com- the Japanese-owned mill area of they are found they are the,salt along with that of far off places. Thatis
. }. bined to send the measure back to Tsingtao, the damage being esti- of the earth. God uses 'and blesses why a newspaper in a strange cityis

\: in""Cap'n Mike," he said, "tell me, the labor committee, which meantits mated at 100 million dollars. All of them to his own glory. They may so uninteresting. And that is why

..... ;. is that there same feller still run- definite defeat. This bill, which the 300 Americans in that city were not be (and often are not) in "posi- this newspaper is so important to you.

. nin' the hotel in New York?" would have set up an administratorwith reported safe. Three American tions of leadership," but they are NOW is a good time to get to .

IRVIN S. COBB dictatorial powers over labor warships were there ready to aid actually the leaders of the church in

WNU Service. and business management, was con- them if necessary. its true work on the earth. KNOW YOUR NEWSPAPER"V"

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tll.Jl : Ras San THE CHEERFUL CHERUB Canny Politician Had /" -, ;

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Itn ;Zebbuj G O Z O FARM a Desire in the Matter\ \
.J Rabaticisantia ME D TE JR.R A NEA tf i iI
, Those whoFreezing irise I
'. (Vittoria Town)' Nadur Ras II Nala, ,r. t
Rasa Showkiya -J..
Wardla Ch-on7lAL 'At a hectic political meeting;
for? Aembray yr y .EAGoff Ot where representatives of the various -'.

I Coml M1a LMrashPt.s To fix the Furnace. parties were gathered, an

cam> 0 Fire English politician, while address-'
Marta Pt. ,sEayRasitKammleh NEED FRESH ing the assemblage, ,was struck '

Sw'S Oh they full in the face with the body of a ,
blelluha tettolfbrRasilWShsh ; dead cat. It came from the direc: '
s Pauaryur sma fiu '&. rich reward tion of the audience. A look of

Chain A'ashar 1 ra ttba0arborfTullreha StAngelo Vhen they have gone great anger came over his face .,
Tower blusta karSanAntonioPaace Exposure Often Results in as he prepared to seek out the

Raheb ftor'a rac,eCospicu'rVittOtioSaRasir up higher. oJ perpetrator of the vile deed. But I
Outbreaks of Colds.By
4 !! ( Curmi Sn erg i Zabbar ZonBorPt f-1'f"Nq! ) from the audience arose one who

M A L T A Zebbu:'Hai alhn Tarshin Zeitu said: "Please, sir, I'm very sorry. ,
moma.s T. T. Brown Extension Poultry specialist -
9!1 lmkabba pay North Carolina State College. I meant it for your opponent." ,
Verdaa Palace Rreniil GAarDalam+ WNU Service. "Well, my friend," came the :
tAfnaidKat Drafts are a source of danger to
quick reply from the injured one, I,
1 Zurru Qn 0ehmarlPto
& poultry. The birds need ample air '
"I wish
iagiSTK / 4: sincerely that you had( I
$5a4 apt tOCCoOtiO circulation in their houses, but they WNU Service. meant it for me and it hit him."! / j jBy
s '0I
should not be exposed to direct t tt

drafts and dampness, as this frequently -
and Gozo. t
Malta, Comino
results in outbreaks,of coldsor i

bronchitis, and sometimes sore- i

Malta Is Great Britain's BaseIn head or pox, if the birds have not HO I 1 T'to SEW RUTH YETH i
been vaccinated. ""

Middle of the Mediterranean Birds should not be crowded in SPEARS j"I" j i

i the laying house. There should be I

Prepared by National Geographic: Society. stately palaces of the Maltese nobility at least four square feet of floor I In T n <; \
Washington. D. C.-WNU Service. and space for each bird. !
surrounded by a moat bya
I I Great Britain's complete cincture of, walls and Overcrowded birds develop a l ...;... T'I I,

/' I base, is an island of the plain, with narrow, shadowy and smaller eggs, and are more
streets along which sandaled ,friars susceptible to disease.
I palaces and churches, and the pad their silent way, streets so narrow Feed a high quality laying mash- II I

governor of Malta is probablymore that the sky appears above you get more for your money when

interestingly housed than: them only as a narrow streak of you buy a good mash. Check a

any other colonial administrator. blue, Notabile is indeed a gem of a. few pullets occasionally for body
bygone era and a haunt of ancient weight and regulate the grain feed
w dl' i
peace. accordingly.Keep \
1 In Valletta he has, though it is Nobility of Malta. pullets separated from old-
\ :
I now mainly used for official pur- Malta has its 'own nobility, recog- er hens, as pullets need more grainto ? ",, 6'/ -

poses, the massive Palace of the nized by the Court of St. James', build up body weight, and cannotbe

Grand Masters, with its magnificentstate with an official precedence grantedby fed ,properly when mixed with ,

apartments, its armory with the Maltese government and its the older and bigger hens.
one of the finest collections of armor own committee of privileges. Birds that molt late and keep upa
in the world, and its tapestry should be
good egg production
There are 25 of these Maltese
of Gobe-
chamber with set
a superb marked
with colored
made peerages, most of them feudal titles legbands so
lin These
tapestries. were
granted by the grand masters, butT they can be selected for breeding ,/
for that very room at the end of ,
of them back the Fourteenth purposes.If '
order of one goes to "
the Seventeenth century by
century. The present holderof you do not plan to buy good
the Spanish Grand Master
I in this venerable title and the premier chicks from a reliable hatchery, you I I nl,, IInI. ,I It I I
and they are as well preserved
noble of Malta is the Most should arrange to breed only your
I had
coloring and texture as they
best birds that is the
Noble Mary Inguanez, baroness in as only way
I been completed yesterday.The I
her own right of Diar-il-Bniet and you can build up a good, prof-
throne room served as the Bukana. itable flock
original chapter hall of the British
This lady resides in ancient
Order of Saint Michael and Saint an Profit for Farmers in"ShortHaul" Make Luncheon Sets of Striped Material
and beautiful palace in Notabile.The .
George, and is adorned with a con-
temporary frieze depicting various ,Baroness Inguanez represents, Forestry THE napkins and mats are here at B. From a half to three- a

incidents in the siege of Malta. among many other-families, the an- Short-haul forestry means the and then whipped to quarters of an inch is a good depthfor

Adjoining one side of the palaceisjthe cient Maltese clan of Sceberras, growing timber so as to cut transportation keep them from raveling and to the fringe. Save the threadsyou

library, the last building of which once owned the promontory costs-growing it near strengthen the edge. This is a pull out and use them for
on which Grand Master La Valette and finish to whipping the edge I have shown
importance to be erected in Malta where it is to be used. As the cen- very quick easy use as
built the city of Valletta. The headof for linens of the here at C.
i by the order and containing a notable ters of active logging have moved coarser weaves
collection of manuscripts, books, the Sceberras family at that westward the freight haul to the and is in harmony with peasant Every Homemaker should havea

-.. charts, deeds, and armorial bindings time, so tradition has it, generouslygave average farm has increased. Now dishes and provincial furniture.In copy of,Mrs. Spears' new book,

..:/r connected with the order. The the land on which the grandmaster's rwith four-fifths of the standing saw cutting the material for the SEWING. Forty-eight pages of

archives of the knights, dating back palace was erected, to beheld timber located in the Far 'West- mats and napkins is best'to pull stepbystep.directions for making

to the period of their rule in Rhodes, by the grand masters on a per- lumber has become almost a luxuryon a thread to guide you so that the slipcovers and dressing tables;

f which Bonaparte had not time to petual leasehold for the annual pay- many farms although it is stilla edges will be perfectly straightand restoring and upholstering chairs,
ment of five
grains of wheat and the
I remove; are housed in another' necessity. The freight bill for fringe easily. Cut right along couches; making curtains for ev-

,the departments of the government. the offering of a glass of water from the long haul from the West Cqast the little opening made in the ma- ery type of, 'room and purpose.
Except in the hot summer months, ; palace well.. often ,exceeds the price of the lum- terial by drawing the thread ,as Making lampshades, rugs, ottomans
the usually resides in the The water was to be offered to and other.useful articles for
I governor ber at the mill, says the forest serv- shown at A. Plan the size of the
/ Palace of San Antonio, between Valletta the head of the Sceberras family by ice, United States Department of mats and napkins so that the ma- the home.. Readers wishing a copy

I and Notabile, whose gardens, the grand master himself in the hall Agriculture. terial will cut to good advantage : should send name and address,

open to the public, are celebrated.The of the grand council, now the throne Long-haul costs give an increas-' and the stripes will arrange them- enclosing 25 cents, to Mrs. Spears,

II I'I summer residenceis the lordly room, or Hall of St. Michael and ing'advantage to the farmer who selves in a pleasing way through 210 South Desplaines St., Chicago,
feudal castle of the Sixteenth St. George.It i Illinois.
grows timber for nearby consump- the center of each piece. Napkins
I century that dominates the southern is a peculiarity of the Maltesetitles tion. The farmer who grows his for this purpose may be as small,I

,I end of the island and was built by that, although they include the own timber, the forest service pointsout as nine inches square though i
the splendor-loving 'Verdala, the ranks of marquis, count, and baron,
finds that he can market any many people like them a little
only one of Malta's grand masters there; is no distinction in seniority BLACKMANStock
surplus at a price that is set primarily larger than this. The mats are
who was at the same time a cardi- between the ranks, precedence be- by competition of lumber usually about eleven by eighteen

I nal of the Roman church. This ing determined solely by the dateof that includes a heavy charge for inches. and Poultry MedicinesAre
moated fortress is surrounded by creation. Some of the titles are
freight. This has created a grow- Pull out the threads to make the Reliable
the Boschetto gardens, containingthe sonorous in the extreme as exam-
ing advantage for saw logs from
fringe at the edge as I have shown
I sole wood in these islands so ples will show: marquis of St. farm woods that are in or near .Blackman's Medicated Llck-

bare of trees. George, Marquis Testaferrata Olivier -I. areas where there is no longer A-Brik.
of the Knights. baron of Ghariexem and Tabia, Blackman's Stock Powder
Auberges enough timber to supply the local
I The Knights of the Seven Lan- I baron of Benuarrat, marquis of Gni- demand. A Great PurposeThere Blackman's Cow Tonic

guages, or nations (later eight),.into en Is-Sultan, count of Ghain Tuf- Good farming land is ordinarilytoo are no arts, no gymnas- Blackman's Hog Powder

which the order was divided, were fieha. valuable for timber culture, but tics, no, cosmetics which can con- e Blackman's Poultry Tablets

lodged in their several auberges, or Maltese Are Good Farmers. on land that has been in the marginal tribute a tithe so much to the dig- Blackman's Poultry Powder

hostels. These. auberges, magnificent The principal industry of the is. classification, the increasing nity, the strength, the ennoblingof Blackman's Lice Powder

buildings for the most part re- lands is agriculture, and the Mal- overhead for hauling has been tip- a man's looks as a great pur- Quality-Lowest Price
taining their original features unimpaired tese, despite the stony nature of ping' the balance in favor of more pose, a high determination, a no- Highest

\ are still in use. That of their land, are skillful and industrious farm woodlands and short-haul for- ble principle, an unquenchable en- Satisfaction Guaranteed or

L.\ Italy now is the museum; that of farmers'with a wonderful knackof estry. thusiasm. The soul that is full of back
.... your money
'v. Castile, the ,finest of all, serves as extracting the utmost from the pure and generous affections fash..
naval and military headquarters; soil, despite methods still somewhat Pullets Suffer From ColdsAs ions the features into its own an- BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

f that Auyergne houses the courtsof primitive. colds are usually caused by gelic likeness, as the rose by 'inherent BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.

justice; that of Provence, with Maltese potatoes and Maltese oranges poor ventilation, over-crowding, anda impulse grows in'grace and Chattanooga, Tenn.
! : its magnificent dining room the Union have a high reputation, vege- poor feeding schedule, these con- blossoms into loveliness.
I club. tables while does
are good, wheat
ditions should be carefully checked
,: The division into Langues, so well where there is room to grow it. and the errors corrected. All birds
characteristic of this international But the islands
can produce only a
showing symptoms of colds such
Order, is manifest also in the sump- fraction of their annual consump-
tuous Co-cathedral of St. John in tion of cereals, and much has to a nasal discharge or foamy eyes -
should be isolated at once. The PWG
Valletta, among whose principal be imported from outside.
flock should be given Epsom salts at
features are the richly decorated Among the most typical of the
the rate of one-half of saltsto
chapels set apart for each of the modern survivals from the era of
Order's component nations. What the knights are the underground three gallons of drinking water.
Then the house and utensils shouldbe
with these, and its tombs of the granaries in the open space between
grand masters, its heraldic paving Valletta and Floriana. These are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. -
members of order sealed with Where the disease is well established fire Women Better
stones of the and round stone lids and
its tapestries likewise given by still are used for conserving the is- it is not economical to ?

Grand Master Perellos, not Gobelins land's stocks of imported grain. treat individuals and these shouldbe

this time, but masterpieces of the The lacemaking industry is tradi- destroyed. Keep a good germi- Shoppers than Men .

Brussels factory, some woven, from tional, and cloth is beginning to be cide in the drinking water as long as

artoons by Rubens, St. John's is woven from locally grown cotton. there is evidence of the trouble, ad-' GRANTING a woman's reputation for wise buying, let's trace the

I one of the most brilliant churchesin The countryside cannot be called vises an authority at the North Carolina methods by which she has earned Where does she find out about
Christendom. grand, but Malta itself and still State college.
the advantages and details of electrical refrigerationWhat tells her
Beautifully a rocky more the sister-island of Gozo are
crowning ,
how the whole household clean- floors, bathroom
to keep
' rugs
I scarp that rises picturesquely almost pleasantly green in winter and a With the Farmers
!, in the middle of the island, the rich red in March and April when Every state in the United States tiling-and have energy left over for golf and parties? How does
the clover she learn about new and delicious entrees and desserts that surpriseand
j _.. small fortified burgh called M'dina is in flower. Later the now has 4-H clubs.
r, in Maltese is one of the most un- freshness of winter and spring delight her family? Where does she discover those subtletiesof

spoiled of all medieval and Renais- gives way to a brown aridity. Kentucky's poultry industry is dress and make-up that a man appreciates but never understands?
towns. It also is known its Cicero referred
by to Malta landof
sance as a
valued at $20,000,000. Why, she reads the advertisements. She is a consistent, thoughtful -
other names of Notabile, or Citta honey and roses, while the Mal- .
reader of advertisements because she has found that she can
Vecchia, because King Alfonso of tese like to call their country the ,
Uncle'Ab and white col-
Aragon called it the most notable "flower of the world." This term, if says eggs believe them-and profit thereby. Overlooking the advertisements

jewel in his crown. It was the capi- held to refer only to scenery and lars either are. or. aren't.. would be depriving herself of data continuously useful in her job

tal of Malta before the knights came vegetation, might seem to verge on and sirup have been of Purchasing Agent to the Family.

and Grand Master La Valette built the excessive. If it be taken to apply factured Sugar in limited quantities manu-from For that matter, watch a wise man buy a car or a suit or an insur-

it the city which bears his name. to the many-sidedness of Malta's watermelons. ance policy.Not a bad shopper himself!He reads advertisements!
Consisting almost entirely of con- interests and amenities, it is not

vents, churches, and the roomy, altogether without justification.


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Wright's have a good assortment Mrs. J. Grady Niblack.Mr. the Club. The baskets were packed Bestor at an informal dancing partyat
The CJev/iston News Charlie McCarthy and all! and Mrs. W. W. Perry and with clothing, most of It new, and their home on Tuesday evening.

The New Year finds us wishing I sons, Billy and Johnnie, who have, with ,toys for the children. Included in the party were Miss

Published every Friday In ClewJetoi, for an extra room on, the house, or I recently moved into, their new home, The Club was reminded of the invitation Betty Spicer, Miss Alma Crews, Miss ,
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEW! a garage, to house the toys. And we I enjoyed a Christmas ,visit from two of the Hollywood Kiwan- Mildred Ward, Miss Hazel Prl e..: '
,Inc. are not so badly smothered in as of Mrs. Perry's sisters, :Miss Kath- ians to meet with them in Hollywood Miss Florine Moore, Miss Dot Hare '
some. One mother of two small boys I leen Lewis of Tampa and Miss Bes- on the night of Monday, Jan- Bob Patterson, Judson Francis, Co-

ATIILEY nO'VDEN, Editor has two electric trains, each with Its I sie Lewis of Blakely, Georgia. uary 3rd, for installation services, burn Moore, Ed Ward, Sandy Bell

"own tracks, switches, etc., and a battery I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill were at which Roe Fulkerson will be I and George and Richard Bestor.
mall matter telephone set with 1,000 feet of master of ceremonies. All new officers -I
Entered as second class I I I guests at Christmas dinner in the '
the Post Office i iClowiston In of the Club Indicated their intention CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
February :3 I, lr'27. at wire, to arainge neatly in her house. PARTY
O. F.
Florida under the Act or I i home of Dr. and Mrs.
March 3, 1897.5ubscriplion' I Monday afternoon, and Mina Nib- I fIi.I of attending. AT CHURCH WEDNESDAY
lack, had all her Thank-You notes i iII I! Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor George Turner of Avon Park,
Rule $Z.OO tIer Yenr. II written and mailed. And most of us'll :I had as their guests, Mrs. Taylor's brother of H. H. Turner, was a The members, of the Christian En-
Advertising Hates On Application. do well to get ours in with the Val- !! sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and guest at the meeting. deavor Society under the directionof
Mrs. F. M. Wright enjoyed
a par-
entine mail. : Orlando.
Mrs. N. P. Claybaugh of
ty in the Sunday School rooms of
advancement and welfare : Happy to settle down to normalare I I Mr. and Mrs. B. L. '' McEwin of CARD OF THANKSWe .
Devoted to the the church Wednesday afternoon.
of Clewiston and Hendry Count; Art and Si, of the Post Office I Plant City were guests of Mr. and I.
Department. And their very helpful I Mrs. Dean King. Mrs. McEwen and wish to extend our heartfelt Various games were enjoyed and
helpmates. Just what single men I Mrs. King are sisters. thanks to our friends for the many prizes awarded to winners of each
.;N:H;H..;..N N 11;1M.N:N:N..:N:..:N:NL:N..:N:N:N:NM:. would do with the Post Office dur- Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Ed, kind expressions of sympathy shownus Attending were James, Esther and
In the loss of our daughter and Grant Brewer, Barbara Broadfoot,
ing Christmas rush we don't know.It Mildred and Grace, enjoyed as their
e RAMBLINGS was the biggest Christmas, speaking guests for Christmas dinner, Miss sister, Mrs. Mildred Davis. Nancy Wright, Gloria and Betty
from the standpoint of the, Post Hazel Prince and her sister, Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brantley, McDuffie, Julian Smith, Gene Mills,

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..: ..) Office in the history of ,Clewiston, I Lois Prince of Okeechobee. Cora Mae Brantley, Jean Augur, Anne Pafford and Billy
says Sias, and he ought to know, for L. C. Sturgiss was guest for Jane Brantley, Perry.
,The turkey's gone--the neyear's \ he has been right there ever since I j Christmas dinner In ,the home of Mr. J. B. Brantley. -
In ight.'ill we ever remember 36 FLORIDIANS SELECTED FOR;
there's been a post_ ofifce. and Mrs., H. C. Kolstad.Mr. .
to write it 1938 Down come! And for" 1938. and Mrs. L. L. Lowe had for 1MRS. NALL ENTERTAINS FOR POSITIONS IN T. B. SAN1TORIUM
the Christmas Tree and a Happ;; '
The New Year Resolution for the Christmas dinner .:Mr. and Mrs.' A. VISITORS WEDNESDAYMrs. ;
New Year To You All! 42
Floridians the
36 are among
\V. Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Urey
News Is a large paid-in-advance sub- "
It was a splendid Christmas in I, scription list. There will be no Ifs, Waldron and Mrs. M. Geiger.Mr. W. F. ''Nail, jr., entertained persons selected for positions of t:
Clewiston-happy families, gatherings Wednesday afternoon her portance at Florida's State Tuber'?
ands or buts about It. Regardlessof and Mrs. M. H. Crouch entertained honoring
of happy friends. Beautifu I whose: name It might happen to at1" dinner Christmas day, sister-in-law, Miss Beth Nail, and losis Board under which the in '' I

weather, splendid business in the be, unless It can show a paid up Mr. 'and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., ani her guest Miss Jane ,Ruby, of Tam tution will be operated.

stores, and evidently a very, very; standing, the name will be cut off son, Ronald, Mrs. E. L. Stewart and pa. Each of the honorees receiveda The institution will be, dedicated
busy Santa Claus who left no stone the subscription list in January. It R. L. Coker. lovely memento of the occasionand Monday and opened for official inspection -

unturned to see that everyone had may be the most influential man in Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and Miss Miriam Adkins of Moore by the public. Patients will

some pleasant Christmas reinem town, or the one most worthy of daughters, Carol Joy and Harriet, Haven received the high score prize. ,be received soon after the official
brance.It had guests Mrs. Alston's 'sisters, opening, :Mr. Edwards said. The per-
charity, or our own twin brother. as The guests included the honorees; ,
is a happy season, and one of The resolution will 'hold goodthename Mrs. Walter Jenkins and Miss Leo Misses Beth Nall and Janet Ruby, sonnel is now engaged in preparing

the most delightful of the commercialized will be cut off until the subscription Willingham of Fort Myers, Mrs. and Misses Dot Hare, Hazel Prince, I the building for the, reception of JublliC -
customs of the day is that of: Roberts of Moore Haven and and patients.
is paid. A newspaper is a Ward Mildred 'Ward, Billie Hooker, Christine :
sending Christmas greeting cards to business, and it can continue onlyon Jimmie Jenkins and Ward Roberts. Bell, Bernice O'Neal and Misses ,

friends and neighbors. We do enjoy that basis. If it is worth reading, On Sunday Mr .and Mrs. Claude Miriam Adkins and Heloyce Sur- King Wed Cousin

them, and the pleasure they give it Is worth paying for. So add it to Downs entertained Mr. and Mrs H. rency of Moore Haven. I I Almost 1,000 years ago the Eng-
well us for the buying, ad- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill .
repays your list of Christmas bills, and A. Bestor, lish king, 'Edwy the Fair, wed, with-
dressing and mailing them. So many I make arrangements to pay it. with dinner at Mrs. Hall's. The date YOUNG PEOPLE ENJOY out benefit of clergy, a cousin, Eth-
Christmas cards and no two alike.In For several months we have attempted was the Downs' wedding anniver- HOLIDAY PARTY AT BESTOR'SA elgiva. The clergy seized, branded

one a delightful surprise-a to send sufficient state- sary and Mr., Bestor's birthday. and banished the eighteen-year-old

tiny snapshot of a lovely twoyearold : ments to each subscriber whose account group of young people were en- girl to Ireland and forced the kingto
girl, the daughter of an old is not' paid to date that each Kiwanians Are- tertained by George and Richard I abdicate. He died of grief.
school-mate whom we've not seen in one would have ample time to take
7 years. care of the amount. Statements are .. "
One of the nicest gifts was a bag being sent again this first of ''Janu (Continued From Page 1)) .' _,: :-. -_ .- :' ;' ,;;:"-f ',: -_: .:" _' ;: 2-! .' ,:: _" "

of quail from a hunter friend who ary. However, by looking at the fig- chairman, R. C. Wilson, H. R. Hall.
I knows that at our house quail is ures beside your name on the ad- J. E..' Beardsley, Song Leader;

the choicest meat that can be serv dess label you can tell the expir- Marion Leydig, pianist.In .
\ ed. ation date of your subscription. If making his committee selec-

When the day is over and we settled I that date Is past, you owe $2.00 fora tions Mr. Perry requested the full SAFE MILK I
of all members 'in tha
year's subscription. cooperation
down in retrospect, we wonder
work of the Club for the new year,
why on earth we chose a framed, pic
stating that only by the help of all
ture-of all things- to send to Oregon Festive Dinners-
members could the club continue to
,.-of all places. Hope It wasn'tsmashed I

en route. However, it was progresS.B. ..
one of those clever sampler things (Continued From Page One) E. Herring reported for the ? ,

that exactly suited the recipient and I Mrs. W. R. Patterson of West Palm, committee in charge 'of distributionof The most essential food is Milk. No
baskets. Nine familieswere
having: once thought of 1t no other 'Beach, Mrs. C. I. Hollingsworth and Christmas
gift would quite do. little son of Bartow and Mr. and remembered with ,baskets fromN
food needs much Milk. Milk
as care as i
It was a marionette Christmas at -- i

the and Daddy Wright's.get Maybe through when playing Mother with I must be free from dirt and contamination'to

,them, the kids'll be able to practice
food and .-
and put on a performance. They're I /
fascinating little things, and the
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"m W"W 4 ; All Milk we deliver in the Evergladescomes

from selected Palm Beach county

a ,k4x dairy farms. .It is produced, pasteurizedand

gjill i i bottled under the careful and exact-

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I ing supervision of the West Palm Beach D
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health authorities. No better or higher -

RELIEVE CONGESTION quality Milk is sold in,, the South. .

SPEED TRAFFIC We are proud of providing such high
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Stop at fir.. I I :R I NCREASIE SAfETY quality Milk to our patrons in the Ever

.tlomL Patcieia I I community today can afford narrow, congested roads glades area. .
and streets. '

Today's swollen traffic clamors for "elbow room." The prac-

312 S. IE. SECOND AVENUEAll tical answer is to widen crowded roadways with concrete. Buy your supply daily

Restores normal speeds. Eliminates congestion. Provides

Outside Rooms With ample room for passing. Saves countless hours. Increases '"

Private Bath\ safety. And wider roads boost business. from your grocer. ,

COOL, CLEAN, QUIET Whether you build new roads or widen old, be sure to de-

mand concrete-the safest and most economical pavementfor
Overlooking Biscajne Bay
modern traffic. /

Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and ,
.. Business Section'

n Support Federal Route 19-A.: North / :
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RATES 1 and South Transcontinental Highway ALF

f'' $1.50 Single ,,/ through Central Florida. "Jfk .
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$2.50 Double CREAMERY CO.
Special Family; Weekly & ... ti PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION

Monthly Rates Hurt Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. ,v Belle Glade Florida
S., D. McCREARY, Proprietor A national organization to improve and extend the uses of I
I concrete through Kjontiflc research and engineering field work. itt
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I I ...;.....................:..................................................x.x. Miss Lois Prince of Okeechobeo IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
,.T. 3.: spent Christmas week-end here with I

:::2 i: Personal Mention I Oil Industry Enlists Radio Aids her sister, Miss Hazel Prince. On

... Sunday, Mrs. A. O. Ward, Edwin

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By J. F. Witkowski Prince motored to 'Arcadia.
# Merrell Lowe spent the week-end Principal, School of Radio, f "
: ; >
':visiting friends in Sanford.C. International Correspondence Schools : :it'ltlti CNANG RENT RE EIPTS
: Mrs. H. S. McDuffie and daugh- .r 1 1I

ONE of the Indispensable pillars ters, Gloria and Betty, are leaving \
V. Rafin spent the week-end our industrial civilization is .
'. [tlf I tomorrow for a visit of several days
.at his home in West Palm Beach. the petroleum industry. Withoutthe ; :" u I
motor fuels and lubricants the .rn .' with Mrs. McDuffie's parents, ?ill'. \
industry provides, our ships, our ( J : ; and Mrs. W. J. Luke in Sycamore,
Mrs. Carr Settle and baby, Sue, trains, our automobiles and truck3, :! r Georgia.Mrs. I
,.. ._ .
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;were visitors in Clewiston Tuesday. the ,machines in our factories wouldbe f1, : "'.rc ;; ::r'f'r"': .,. '

without useless the masses aid of of the metal radio-and the t... E&1 t ; EV j C. I. Hollingsworth and little I II ,
Harris Wilson t\ *: ",
Parker r
Kenneth and efficiency of the industry in supply- '. v-) ':;:t.- I son of Bartow and Mrs. W. R. 1
spent Christmas. Day in Fort Ing its essential products would be ':l .. '.. .f-"l" .r m .t11 I Patterson of West Palm Beach were
jh ,
Myers. seriously impaired. : guests Christmas week-end of their
d \ '"
During the course of a single l1it w i; <' r
} rf ,m r? :"i ;)!;!.t .. parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hirsch PLAN,
month oil tankers flying the American I BUDGE
and daughter, '
Mrs. O. A. Jones !h7.y. .
and their sister and brother-in-law OUR
in Miami flag will unload 5,000,000 bar- :f'! f'a.s '} .:!,. ,
11ariannespent a few days. rels of gasoline and other petroleum Pi J.-r :;;; ttiJs.: Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack. r IH U I

this week. products at our ports. Known as

the perpetual motion machines of Launching an 18.5CO-ton vessel soon
Miss Virginia Gallant of Jackson-
Miss Janet Ruby; of Tampa is the ocean because they spend nine- to become the newest addition to It is as simple as it sounds ,
ville is the
tenths of their time at their the American tanker fleet. spending Christmas vacation 'I
spending a few days here visiting too. All you need is a modest t
efficient use depends'upon the skill with her parents, Mr. and
'Miss Beth Nail. down payment.Then the bal- 1
or the dispatcher In keeping mscompany's section of pipe line has been tapped Mrs. A. N. Gallant and her sister and ance is spread over a period, J

. fleet almost constantlyon electrical oscillations are set up brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. repayable 'monthly just like
Mrs. William Stansell of Macon, the move. With one dispatcher throughout the suspected section.A II McCracken at their home on the rent. No worry, no bother- I

Georgia, Is visiting her niece, Mrs. sometimes responsible for as manyas distinctive humming in the ear- government L reservation. and you have something to

V. C. Woodward and Mr. Woodward. twenty tankers scattered over phones of an Inspector following the .. show for your money. I iWhetheryourincomeissmall
the globe, only the modern perfection route of the line signals the presence .. I
of radio communication en- Mr. Mrs., J. A. McGehee hadas
of the and
ry Miss Alma Crews of Fort Myers ables him to his most skillfully burled or large, you can find the r
perform task. their guests Tuesday, Mrs. Mc- exact home for the amount I
? is the this week of her sister, tap.Removal
h guest Recently developed ship-to-shore-
"* of devoslts'which clog Gehee's sister and brother-in-law, you can afford monthly. If :
t i I';' Mrs. E. C. Mills and family.. radio ,telephone communication be- ,
: the line is another :problem met you want to build, use our :
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hovencamp of
tween tidewater refineries and the
with in the pipe line transportationof H.me Owners' Consultation
fir and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn of refineries' tugs has also contributedto petroleum products. The device Jacksonville, her daughter, Mrs. Service for Ideas-without

Canal Point were guests \of friends the smooth operation of the commonly used to remove such obstructions Ivan VanHorn and Mrs. F. E. How- obligation. Learn now how

tanker fleet. Installation of these is known as a "go-devil." ard of Belle, Glade. easily,you can own your homeat
relatives in Clewiston Sunday.
and systems has made it possible to cut
Armed with whirling scrapers and I present favorable prices.
down to a matter of seconds the steel
brushes, the device is inserted
Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. Hooker and
Miss Virginia Saxon of Moore hours which formerly might be required in the line and pushed along by the
Haven is visiting Mr.' and Mrs. A. to get in '''touch with a tug pressure of the fluid at the rate of I children, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hooker

W. Lawrence this week. after it had left the dock and was two to three miles an.hour. and children and Mrs. W. J. Brad- Clewiston f
needed at some particular point in Ground crows carrying two-way I ley, all' of West Palm Beach were Federal

the.port. Tugs can be kept operat- radio sets follow the Christmas and
go-devils by guests Day of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton visit- ing In foggy weather which would their rumbling sound. If the device Mrs.. W. C. Hooker and family. The Savings and LoanAssociation
Mr. Etherton in
ed and Mrs. Harvey otherwise make their operation sticks, bumper go-devils I
group motored to Palmdale for din-
Moore Haven Sunday. virtually impossible.In sent through to push it ahead. If
some sections of the country this fails, emergency crews are ner with Mrs. M. C. Hooker and

Mrs. F. R. Maxwell of Miami wasa theft from oil companies' pipe lines called by radio to cut open the line, son, Steve Hooker.

guest the first of the week of her by tapping is a serious problem.To remove the accumulated deposits, / W J.iiH W Y
make the thieves' job more diffi- and seal the line again. On a recent Mrs.V', F. Simpson, Mrs. J. E.
daughter, Mrs. G. E. Etherton.L. cult a radio detector has '
tap now 300-mile job the line had to Lovvorn and Mrs. Olin Carleton of
been developed. If there is reasonto be
cut open ten times' before the
Okeechobee of Mis.
were guests
H. Phillips spent the weekendin suspect that an undergroundMr. job was completed. 0 J. S. CAMPBELL
Keathley Bowden and others in
Fort Myers with his parents, Mr.
Clewiston Wednesday. Mrs. Carlton
and Mrs. Harry Phillips. Jeweler & Watch-maker
and Mrs. A. L. Morgan and Mrs. Louis Davis of Canal Point, remained till the end of the week

Mr." and Mrs. B. L. McEwen of Miss Frances Morgan spent Christ- I Mr. and Mrs. B., Green of Newberry and left for a visit with' friends 'in ,All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs

Plant City were week-end guests of mas Day in West Palm Beach with were guests of friends in Clew Moore Haven before returning 10

Miss Margaret Okeechobee. Optical Repairs
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. King. I

'Mrand Mrs. Dawson H. Camak
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Marshall of and Mrs. K. S. McMulten and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Knight had as
for Baltimore where
this week
Lincoln, Nebraska, were business Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson of Tallahassee their guests during the holidays Mrs.
Mr. Camak will be employed on a
visitors here Monday. were Clewiston visitors Knight's parents, Mr. andMrs. J. T. E. M. COUSE
project by the U. S. Engineers.
:Wednesday. Dumas, of Auburn, :Alabama. I
W. Digges, formerly assistant'engineer -
''Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring were Counselor and Attorney at Law
on the Lake Okeechobe'e'Caloosahatchee -
Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Turner of Avon Park I
Misses Ethel and Willisof I
Gladys project: is in charge_ of Hopkins Building
1 I? Clyde Barton in Lakeland. spent Wednesday and Thursday. in Newberry' visited from Sundaytill the project at Baltimore. A. N.. Wednesdays and Saturdays
Clewiston with his brother, H. H.
Wednesday of this week with I lant and M. H. Waldron have Gal-I
t Mrs. J. D. Bruce, jr., and daughter Turner.Mr. friends 9:30 to 4:00
Clewiston. been assigned to transfer from the
of Philadelphia spent Christmashere I -
I local office to Baltimore, but their

with: Mr. Bruce.W. and Mrs. George W. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. E. D.. Beery and 'son, date of transfer has not :yet been L. B. MershonAGENT

I spent Christmas week-end in West Andrew Beery and Miss Jewel Russell II scheduled.The .
F. Nail of Moore Haven is visiting Palm Beach with Mrs. Sparks' mother '-
spent Christmas week-end visit-
this week with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lewis.
ing in Tampa. / Community ''Church Choir New York Life
i W. F. Nail, jr. _
presented its Christmas Cantata,
Mrs. A. W. S ,Mrs.
W. P. Insurance CompanyARCADIA
"The World's True at the
T. M. Coburn returned Monday to Light"
] I Miss Ulla Jacobsen and Jones Vaughn, jr., Mrs. W. L. Crochet: and
Pahokee Methodist Church Sundayevening.
Okeechobee after spending the holi-
I Bryan spent the Christmas week-end Mrs. A. W. Lawrence were Wednesday .- FLORIDA
days here with his daughter, Mrs.J. Those making the trip to
1 with their relatives in Tampa. visitors in Fort Myers.Mr. '
Pahokee Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
W. Moore and family. were

i Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith,
:Miss; Jean Patterson of Washington and. Mrs. F. Deane Duff NORGE REFRIGERATORS
I spent Mr.. 'and Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mr. and
is, visiting her brother, R.ri Christmas in Palm Beach with Mrs.Duff's : Miss Beth Nail, a sophomore at Furniture and Home Furnishings
Mrs. C, E. Robbins, Mrs. Joe Rob-
Patterson and family. parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Edward : Florida, State College for Women,
bins, Miss Mary Markette, Miss Mar- PHILCO RADIOS
Bryant. is spending the holidays with her
Ion Leydig, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.J. .
Mrs. W. H. Whatley of Fort brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
G. Niblack and Mr. and Mrs. F. Household FurnishingsInc.
Meade is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Joe Cato and daughter Mrs. W. F. Nail, jr.. ,
M. Wright. The Pahokee Choir entertained -
W. C. Prewitt and family.Mr. Betty Sue, and Jerry Cato visited I .
the group with a buffet
'' Christmas week-end with relatives Mrs.. J. R. Dowd, Martha and J. supper following the service. BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA:
and Mrs. 'Keathley Bowden in Arcadia. R. Dowd, Jr., Mrs. Edna Blakely, ,

and sons, Kay and Paul, spent Sun and Miss Heloyce Surrency of Moore

\ day with relatives in Okeechobee.Miss Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flanders Haven were Clewiston visitors Mon-

jr., and, Phyllis Flanders of ,Moore Fred, day night. II... ...-...-...................-:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.....II.r

Sue Maxwell of Canal Pointis Haven visited friends here Saturday .

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milton evening.Mr. bar and Mrs., N. P. Claybaugh of "'
Crouch this week. Orlando spent Christmas with Rev. ti.\\
and Mrs. W. H. Ezelle and : and Mrs. Forest C: Taylor. Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Dave G. Alston and son of Cleveland, Ohio, were guestsof I Claybaugh and Mrs. Taylor are sis i

.. daughter, :Martha: Nell, were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette for ters. ii CLEWISTON fiOLF

c, visitors in West Palm Beach. several days this week. S .

-- Mrs. H. E. Richaud and daughter, r

Christmas visitors to Miami included Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dumas and Miss Ruby, accompanied her son-in- :: ::

Miss Mary Chappell and Red Richard Knight, jr., and Jimmie law, J. T, Platt to Perry last week .i.y 11

Felton. Knight were Friday visitors in Fort for the ,burial' of the three day old I Ii LCOURSE (
: ( ,,' ; .
Myers. son of Mr. and Mrs. Platt.Mrs. : '. : :> ::
Mrs. E. H. Forrester of Tampawas t :i: \.:.;-', ..

a guest this week of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan VanHorn c If C. O. Benbow of Bradenton :=: :. .;' : / .;..

Mrs. W. W. Perry. Belle Glade spent Christmas arrived : -
Day Friday to spend Christmas : I Iio .

with Mrs. VanHorn's mother, Mrs.J. : with her, son, Clarence 0. Benbow, .y.. \ A..
Miss Yvonne Johnson and Carl A. McGehee and family. Mrs. Benbow and their children, t I ;
Johnson spent Christmas week-end ::
Charles and Shirley.Mr. ;
with their parents in Sarasota. Mrs., Lillian Murray of Miami :1
spent Christmas week-end here and Mrs. Leon Ingraham left

Wilbur McGehee accompanied visiting Mr. and Mrs Robert Friday for Sarasota to spend Christmas r to the Public > 1!
: Richard and Dick Hooks on a hunt- George and Miss Roberta George.L. with lelatives. Mr. Ingrahani io ... Open J

s ing trip into Big Cypress this week returned Monday but Mrs. Ingra-

i ii i H. Phillips was the guest of ham remained for a longer visit. y ty
Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent Christmas his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry .r. -

' Day in Fort Myers with herI Phillips, in Fort Myers ChristmasDay. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson returned y .ty .. ,

I 'f{I parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. O'Steen. v Monday from a Christmas visitin ... .*& i:

I Marietta, Georgia. Mrs. Wilson's i .... .:.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Colyer< and I Miss Ruth Marshall of the U. S. mother, Mrs. L. R., Oliphant, returned .!.. \ \I ..

I'' daughter, June, spent Christmas Engineer's office spent the holidays with them.A. f 1..
': with relatives in Tampa. I with relatives in Columbia, South :

I.. Carolina. W. Lawrence was delighted :: Fees ::
I' I *"" Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and I I with a surprise 'visit from old friends .i. Moderate Green

I Miss! Virginia Saxon visited in Coral Mrs. Tom Geiger has been in Pa- residing in Rushmore, Minnesota, Exceptional Fairways :;:
:: I
Gables andfaSiiami the first of the hokee for several clays remainingthere his ]home town. In the group, which

week.A. I to be with her son, Floyd, came down Wednesday from Mel- :!: interesting Greens :.?

who is quite ill in the Everglades bourne where they are wintering, I

B. Cannon, Paul Harris and I Memorial Hospital. ,Floyd ,has been are Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McLeod 17

M. R. 'Daniel of Frostproof were I ill for several'weeks and was taken Miss Mary Malmquist of Rushmore, I .:. : ..

.I guests'' of Parker'. 'Wilson. Wednes-' I there. last week. for. observation and and their guests, Mr. and :Mrs, lt. : . .. .....-............. =................ .. .............................. .. _
I I; day.-, < ,J treatment. .' ::;.:6s:. ; .," L., McLeod of Nova Scotia, U....... ... ......X, .....MKK... ;.-....,..?..,.X. .. .. ... ,.. .-1. . .-- ;>t

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ZdePAi1 S'S

I frank Merl'iwell GilberYpauen : W

The Original Charged for IgnoranceThere

are no new laws of Na-

: BURT L. STANDISH ture, but men never seem to learn

f arda1e @GlIbertPa'len the importance of those that already -

at Q8 WNU Service exist.If .

we must gossip, let us gossip

about the important people dead

__ and gone. That's what most of
I' the 'new biographers do.

too much and getting a lot Inza Burrage pointing at a man "Why, how should 1 know any- We envy the Indian for at least
CHAPTER Vll-Continued things up with her 1 thing?" said Bart, flushing. "1 don't
of fussy people on my neck. I've who was running away one thing. He doesn't make ex-
-12- breath chinning to either
after waste
hold." purse in his hand. He shot my
Frank didn't tell Tad to send :a got a position to secondof Merriwell or Mulloy. But Merriwell cuses.
rascal a
wait for: "T hat explains it, accepted the fleeing Man is said to be the only ani-
taxi after him. He Old Scottie's and
hesitation, and the gaping wit- is one of pets, you
hall he shot, Frank. mal that can laugh, but we believe
anything. Out of Union nesses were 'given a greater thrill may be right. Still I should worry.
on the jump and even the long nil "Even. now, the town manager than either of the local movie the- Kane won't use a freshman on the that a dog does.

didn't slow him down much. H< went on, "I'd be.for letting folks for aters could provide that night. team if he can dodge it, even withno

his second wind after passing get about it if Pete Smith hadn'tfound him. It's bet
got rule to stop my
about the report and put Pete Smith, who had come into Sure to Delight
over the top of the hill and wen out aheadof that the best Scotch gets Merri- -
flying down into the village when a piece in the paper today. He town in- a private car just well is a chance'' to be knocked

the lights were gleaming in the makes you out to be quite a hero, the school truck, beheld something around on the scrub. That's what in Colors BrightAdd
made another 'good story
feller. I s'pose you've "
of darkness.A
first hour young handed me.
for him. He was doing very today.
man told him where to find ? Merriwell still more Watching Frank cut down the "Well, he won't last long at thatif an old-fashioned bouquet of

Fletcher's drug store. "No, said distance between himself and the the stuff about him being a quit- dainty roses, cornflowers, daisies,
much too -
Tad was waiting in front of the surprised.with "I've other been things to look,at a running thief, Pete knew just how ter is true," said Gagg. fern, and ,,forget-me-nots to your

store. bedspread and preserve the glory ,,,,.
he would describe it. He loved "It's as true as a bee-line, Hodge
"Where have they taken your dog,,, newspaper today. strong phrases, hackneyed or not, asserted. "Bascomb dug that dopeup of Summertime throughout the

old pal?" Merry asked as he gal "Then you better get one and and he would say that Merriwell about him. He puts on a flashy year! A lace frill-actual lace,

loped up."They read about yourself" but don't let it "burned the' air." He hoped it, show when he can and gets his I gathered a bit-trims your color-

got him in the town man fly to your head. wouldn't get the blue pencil, for name into the newspapers, but he's ful bouquet. Easy to do, the charming -

ager's office now. He's Sid Hawk "Thanks for the advice. Frank nothing else he could think of fitted saffron when it comes to football. .
He tells 'em what to do 'bout smiled differently. "Now ,
ins. again, quite so well. That's, when he lies down. yl. i
dogs they fetch in. It's just around about Tad's dog. When will he
behind in full stride,
Coming up "Bascomb's pretty sore about the
the next corner. Oh gosh Frank. his license?
and made
Merry dove headlong a Merriwell tagged him with the
I'm glad you've come! "I'll 'tend to that first thing Mon- flying tackle. His fingers, bent like way Grand Canyon."
The agitated boy's eyes were red morning," promised Hawkins. name
day hooks, caught both of the man'schurning
streaked not? Since yesterday every
had been
and his cheeks
"But I want my 50 cents just legs at the knees which
tears. Frank patted his shoul- little dipsiedoodle's calling him that, 21
by the same, 'cording to the under- was a trick to start future argu- missed the
and it wasn't his fault he
der."We'll standing that I'd get it for every ments every time an eye-witness line
for those two points. The
fix this up before you can mention it. Down posts
should happen to ,
miney, mo, was was weak as cambric tea.
say eeny without
r + r ; those hooked fingers slipped
his assurance. "Lead me to that y aA losing their hold and down went stopped the Mayfield rushers just
the feather duster stops bul-
town manager's office. way a
,the man on the hard asphalt. "

Tilted far back in his swivel chair, Frank had a knee jammed into lets. He says so.

S\d\ Hawkins was chewing the soggy the small of the robber's back when "That's-natural, but I guess he'sright.
Kane'spretty y
end of a half-smoked cigar. He wasa the fat night cop arrived, puffing It's my notion Tom around hereas 6
well washed
and his feet were up
languid man like a wood-burning locomotive of Ili-D' y
bedded in their, favorite resting grandfather's days. With his left a coach.

of his desk. He was "Now you've said something. Put-
place on top hand he was gripping,the man's left
talking to Mike Dugan, whose wrist, which had been twisted back ting me on the scrub when I'm a .G GG

bowed legs supported a bloated body ward and thrust upward betweenthe better man than any of that bunchof G y.

that looked heavy enough to make A 9 wretch's shoulderblades. His new players he used yesterday!

his feet cry for a rest also. y / right hand had grasped. the chin of But if he thinks I'm going to stand

Dugan was holding fast to the end the purse-snatcher and turned it ,to for it long he's got another think

of a piece of rope that was tied the right. That tied the fellow up coming." \

around the neck of a small black so he couldn't do a thing. Hodge went on his way and Gagg //\i\\

Scottie. The whining dog was pull- continued to l1
"Hey! panted the fat policeman.
ing at the rope. result is well worth the brief
"You dropped that bird'like you'dhit This was a, day when, after sere
"But you told me, Sid, Duganwas him with both barrels of buck- ices in the chapel, Bart had little time spent on a bit of simple
saying "that I'd get 50 cents embroidery. Begin on it right
shot." He fumbled some business- trouble about avoiding his heartily
for every dog I picked up that wasn'twearing In pattern 5906 will
"Let detested roommates.. Also he kept away
like handcuffs out of a pocket.
and this dog G-m
license ,
a find transfer pattern of one motif
me get these bracelets on to him." away,' as well as he could, from fel a
didn't have no license on. lows who would be liable to speakof '16V4 by 21% inches; one motif 5%

"Well that was because 1 hadn't There was cheering now; the fellows Merriwell.' The way that showoff by 9% inches; -four motifs 3 by 3,

got around to it. Mike," was the lan- on the school truck started it was getting himself talked about inches; a color chart; material

guid man's answer. "Miss Burrage yC YD and others took it up. A crowd of requirements; illustrations of all
paid for his license but I was justso 4 i excited persons swarmed around. was stitches used.

pushed with other things that 1 ) .i They stared at Frank, asking who He had a date to go riding with To obtain this pattern send 15

forgot to tell the clerk to make it he was Inza that afternoon. That would She be cents in stamps or coins (coins

out." He picked up Inza's purse, which something pleasant anyhow. preferred) to The Sewing Circle,

Coming in just then, Frank had the thief had dropped as he fell, and was a great kid. Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th

checked Tad long enough to hear spoke to the officer: "This belongs She was riding another horse Street, New York, N. Y.

this bit of conversation. Now he She look It From His Hand. ,to Miss Burrage. I'll take it to around in Snodd's yard when Bart

let the boy go, and Tad scampered Without Glancing at It. her." got there, and Snodd was watching

forward to fall on his knees and Her eyes looked starry as he approached her doubtfully. The horse was a checks

gather the excited dog- up into his dog I caught without a tag," said but maybe that was 'handsome, spirited creature. Bart's LLLhr (C

arms. Mike Dugan grimly. 'Tain't my caused by the gleam of so many mount and the one Inza had usually rri andJw

"Well, then," said Merry, advanc- fault you forgot to notify the clerk electric' lights. ridden were tied up to a hitching

ing, "it seems that I've broken the Sid." "Here's your purse. Miss Bur- rail both wearing saddles. JrmVmR

sprinting record" over Academy hill They were arguing over that when rage" he said. "I'm going to beat you when we LIQUID TABLETS first day

for nothing. Frank and Tad left the office withS'prise She took it from his hand without race today." she called laughinglyas SALVE, NOSE DROPS Headache, 30 minutes.

The town manager slowly draggedhis joyously released from the glancing at it. he came trotting into the yard. Try"Rub-l\ly-Tism"-World's Best Liniment
and let them
feet off the
the rope that had been hitched to his "Thanks," she replied, a flush "But 1 don't know about letting
fall with clumping
neck, trotting at their heels. spreading over her face. "It was you ,ride Satan, Inza," said the worried -
floor. He pulled his bent body up
and gazed at Frank with "S'prise must have a collar to nice of you to save it for me. but looking farmer. "He's pretty GET RID OFPIMPLES

straighter wear his license tag on, Tad" said I think you were, a meanie to give skittish and fiery. I saddled him
the Merry. "Where can we get one?" me the air the way you did." up for Merriwell."
"Now 1 guess you're young
from "Fuller's hardware store. They Hodge stopped and stared.
feller that kept that other dog
chawing Inza Burrage up in John carry 'em 'long with sportin' goods.' 1, VIII "What's that?" he asked sharply.
But I ain't dough to buy one "
Snodd's grove ain't you?" he said got no "Who did you say-

Merriwell nodded. "Unless I've with. After Sunday morning services in "Oh, Frank's going with us, New Remedy Uses Magnesia to Ctesi 1
I'm the fellow ""But maybe we can squeeze over Bart said Inza quickly. "I chal-
got a very bad memory the chapel the anvil chorus became, Skin.Firms and Smooths Complexion
he admitted. that bunch, old pal. Show me Ful- lenged him to do it last night in
ler's place." a tocsin at Fardale. It resounded and he took me Makes Skin Look Years Younger. ,
"Well, I hope you didn't make any through the dormitories and echoedover town up. '
in thinking you wasn't Already Fardale's wide and well- "Oh he did, did he?" Hodge
mistake the campus. And as usual the Get rid of ugly, pimply skin with this :
touched by that critter's teeth." said lighted main street was beginningto hardest hammer swingers were fellows caught his breath with a hissing extraordinary new remedy. Denton

Sid Hawkins "for we got a report take on its usual lively Saturday who had registered zero whenit sound. "He would! He'd jump at Facial Magnesia works miracles in

that he was mad. all right." night appearance. Everybody was came to making a mark anybody it like a trout at a fly. But he can't clearing up a spotty, roughened com

{'The way I look at it," said getting out in town early, Autos of could see without a magnifyingglass. put that one over on me." plexion. Even the first few treatments

"it took long while to get every description and vintage make a noticeable difference. The ugly
Frank. a They were the common denominator He ran to his horse, unhitchedthe
Mr Hawkins." bringing people in from the sur the spo', gradually wipe away, big pores
that report. animal and leaped into
minus. up smaller, the texture of the skin
finding grow
rounding country were
The town manager pulled the parking-spots. The sidewalk would Bob Gagg belonged in that classification saddle. "Come onl"! he cried itself becomes firmer. Before you knowit

wrecked cigar out of his mouth and electric below the line, and he was swinging alongside Inza. "We're go-. friends are complimenting you on
be The big
soon thronged. "
yawned like a hippopotamus. "Well. of made as busy as an ant patching up a ing away from here now. your complexion.
two movie houses
not exactly." answered. "We've signs nest that had been kicked to pieces. "Oh, be a sport, Bart," she
sidesof OFFERfor
of color opposite SPECIAL
splashes on "
few days." hadn't the at "If he's willing to-
had it quite a Though he seen game, begged.
the thoroughfare.In few weeks only
he could tell anybody whc late John Snodd cried a
"Have you? exclaimed Merry in Mayfield, Too
the hardware store Merriwell Here is chance to try out Denton'aFacial
listen what had been the Bart had leaned over and your
I haven'theard would just
"That's odd. warning.
surprise. selected and paid for the best collar Magnesia at a liberal saving.We
about it before." that was adjustable to S'prise's matter with' the Musketeersanddid. struck Satan sharply on the rump will send you a full 6.oz. bottle of Den-

"Well, you see we decided it neck. He also bought a metal tag He scurried around in a perfect with his open hand. The animal ton's, plus a regular size box of famous

wasn't best to worry anybody till be attached to the collar and dither of excitement and self- leaped, almost throwing Inza. Bare- Milnesia Wafers (the original Milk of
we could collect up the loose dogs for the stamping which would importance. I ly saving herself, she managed to Magnesia tablets). ..both for only 60cl
around here that the critter might Scurrying around like that, he stay in the saddle as the horse Cash in on this remarkable offer. Send
give the dog's name, the name of 60c in cash or stamps today.DENTON'S.
have bit. and put 'em out of the its master and the license number saw something that set him wondering. shot away with the bit in its teeth

way" explained Hawkins leisurely"So He saw Coach Kane and Frank "You fool!" cried the farmer

we put Mike. here. on the job "Gee, Frank-gee!I" gulped the Merriwell go into Professor Scotch's 'Catch her! That critter'll run-"

and now nobody can laughing boy. wiping something out little white cottage together. But al
right away. But Hodge was in pursuit
of his "It's just swell. It'sjust
charge us with letting a lot of unlicensed eyes. it 'even Barney Mulloy couldn't or ready. He whirled out of the yard Facial MagnesiaSELECT
grand ain't S'prise?
loose wouldn't tell what that meant when
dogs run as a turned after the runaway animal
to the community." The dog barked and tried to wag he was asked about it. So Gagg and 1 PRODUCTS. Inc. I
ace headed toward town. Island N. Y.
4402-23rd Street Long City.
tail off. and -
its formed his own opinion peddled
"Oh. I see Merriweli's smile had this happen.He 1 Enclosed find 60c(cash or stamps)for ,i
was dryas starch. ""And youweren't The big school truck, loaded witha it.The Merriwell seen 1 which send nvo your special introductory 1 I
reached the turn
whether 1 had been somber bunch of football players professor was a football fan. had almost 1 combination. I -
tearing 1 1
scratched by the teeth of that rabid returned to the academy was rum He followed the team when he into the yard when Bart went the third Name _____...__...__t,..__......
it didn't bling down the street as they came could, and he had come back from past him. Dashing to 1
beast or .not. Maybe occurto 'cheer Mayfield disaster looking al] horse, he tore it loose from the Street Addrett ................. i ij
you that by this time I might goa _out of the store Nobody was the Snodd was shouting

little mad myself?" ing the team as it passed through. shot. Now, seeking plug the gaps hitching rail. him but he didn't City ..._________State --------- 1
at ,
Kane'sbusiness something
his jnto
putting nose
But suddenly a girl's sharp he was 1
'Huh? Hawkins stared lazily it. A bound carried him
him to hear
trying to get
"But you said you wasn't touched and startling, slashed the air; by of the plugs. astride. He turned the animal on s
-- Merriwell as one
didn't you? John Snodd said so toodidn't 'Stop, thief! use dime and was away riding like t
he? So did Inza Burrage. Nobody had to tell Frank Mern- That was Gagg's guess. '
didn't she? So did Tad. here. Well. well who she was. He knew, her Running into Hodge, Bob asked no BL CoiY7'fNUED) Y

J don't believe in stirring some I voice before he whirled and saw nim what he knew about it. t I........................JTHE

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1. The United States census bureau Answers :. .:..
automatically moves a town 1. Twothousand five hundred.
into the city class when its
pop- 2. Mites. According to Luke
Aftermath ulation reaches what number? 21:2, she cast "two mites" into
! D I. Holiday I 0 2. Which is correct; the "wid- the treasury.
.; ow's mite" or the widow'smites" 3. It means merchants' haven.

? 4. As of August 31, 1937, the to- ". .
3. What does the name"Copen
tal amount of money in circula-
WWHW/THAVJK: GOOD ES5 hagen" mean? tion was $7,523,901,587.
\ THE' HOLIDAYS ARE 4. How much money is in circulation 5. Penguins.
/fit OVER -NOW WE CAM in the United States? 6. Kjelland, Norwegian ski I
\ \ i1 GET BACK TO NORMAL = __ 5. What birds constitute the only champion, attained a speed of
I' AC5AIJO -SUCH MURRVIKJG wild life in the Antarctica? nearly 100 miles an hour at St.

1 \\ Apr ANA RUNNING 1 AROUND-- Ia nI 6. What was the fastest run ever Moritz, Switzerland, on February
BUT IT WAS LOT5OF" made on skis? 16, 1933.because.

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.a I '. Testing Hot Fat.-To test the I the leather had finally
ill ULI1y temperature of hot fat for deep become shabby can be made us-
frying, drop a small cube of bread able again if the worn part is con-
; 0 r into the frying kettle. If it brownsin cealed by a slip-cover. If it is
one minute, the temperature is covered in nice, dark blue the ,
right. The frying kettle shouldbe chair may be used, winter and
about half full, never more summer.
than two-thirds. Have a piece of *
brown paper, or an absorbent pa- For Fried Eggs.-Add eggs to
per towel handy on which to drain fat which is hot enough to cause t
the fried. food of excess fat. them to set within a few seconds,
but not hot enough to brownor j
Polishing Furniture.-That fog- toughen them. The top of the
l gy appearance on highly polished egg may be cooked by dipping a I
furniture can be removed by little hot fat over the egg or by
sponging with a cloth dipped in a covering the utensil. The addi- i
NN j7Df" solution of one quart clear water tion of a small amount of water to I
and two tablespoons of vinegar, the hot fat, and covering the pan
wiping dry with another cloth and immediately, creates steam which .1
rubbing. aids in cooking the eggs.
Egg Celery Sandwich. Chop Washing Window Shades. I
hard-cooked eggs up fine and sea- ,Soiled window shades may be I
_z: son them :with salt and pepper. washed by spreading each shade
('orrrtghr, W. N. U.) I
Add half as much finely chopped on a flat surface and then rub- j
celery and enough mayonnaise to bing it with a clean cloth or sponge I
make the mixture easy to spread. and soapsuds.
BIT OF SHOPPY i A CHECK-YO I'LL NAME To Removing Ink From Carpet.- I
One Car 109 Steels.\
VERY"> -
The TOMORROW GOT PLENTy OF CHECK OUT Carpets stained with ink shouldbe
COULD YOU ?,_ / BUT SHORT I'M THIS VERY CHECKS w THE treated at once with salt. After To most people steel is just 1
Jt WE>=K BOOK removing the soiled salt, rub witha steel, and they could not tell the !j
F cut lemon and finally sponge. difference between a mild and a
with warm ''water. high-carbon steel. But it would x '
give the average car owner a big I\
IE ,e 1 Save Chicken Fat.-Chicken fat surprise to learn that his car I
may be used as a butter substi- contained more than 100 kinds of 1
" A' tute in cooking._Consequently, it. .steel. In 1911 about seven carbon "
is a good plan to save the fat steels and eleven alloy steels were (
Vjq / from boiled, stewed or >fried- used in, car manufacturing prac- :
T chicken. tice. Last year the good-class car
contained 109! ;
Wax Linoleum. Linoleumwears There is as much difference in ;
H ip'I better if it is polished with strength, elasticity, and hardness
I floor wax instead of washed. The between a mild steel and a nickel
E wax preserves and hardens and chrome steel as there is between :
gives a good polish. deal wood and teak. In the aver- i
age car about eighty kinds of steel
R -Ve5 INDEED- Saving Leather Chair. The contain alloys, ten are nickel
WE'LL CASH THIS comfortable old leather chair that steels and twenty-five nickel-
H FOR You -IF YOU'LL was sent to the attic 'years ago chromium steels.

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