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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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: STORY OF CLEWISTON School :Board Met !f PERRY INSTALLED AS Nash Baby Is First CLEWISTONCREETST


Saturday in LaBelle I Born Here. in 1938
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: TO, BE BROADCAST KIWANIS PRESIDENT NEW YEAR WITH

The January meeting of the The distinction of being the first

OVER STATION WRUFThe Hendry: County .Board of Public AT INTER-CITY MEET : 1938 baby In Clewiston, and also PLENTY OF' CHEERClewiston
Instruction met in LaBelle Saturday the first baby born in the new hos-

afternoon.. pital goes to a dimunitive daughterof

story of Clewlston and whatit The board' transacted numerous I W. W, Perry, 1938 president of Mr. and Mrs. Larry H. Nash. The people closed up shop

I has to offer will be told to the I items of routine business, the chief the Clewiston Kiwanis Club, was' baby, weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces, Friday night and kept it closed
of which was, arranging the fundsto arrived at 11:15 Thursday, Jan-
installed
., world at 6:15 p. m.' Monday, January in an impressive ceremony over the week-end while they celebrated '
: 10, over radio station WRUF, meet the monthly payroll. All I taking place in the, Hollywood uary 6th. Mrs. Nash and the babyare the advent of the' New,
Gainesville, it was announced today teachers, bus drivers, and janitorswill Beach Hotel in Hollywood doing nicely at the Clewiston Year '

.':c by J. E. Beaidsley, secretary be paid in full this month. Monday evening. Several clubs of I I Emergency Hospital. With ideal, springtime weather .

of the local Chamber of Com the Southeastern. District of Florida I I '
prevailing, the call of
IKiwanians the wide
:. merce. I Planting of Crops Kiwanis International accepted the Hear of open spaces drew scores on fishing,.
invitation of the Kiwan-
The Clewiston broadcast will 'Hollywood
hunting and
be the 6th in the second "Saluting Increases in Section ians to meet with them for a joint Meeting in Hollywood tions. picknicking expedi-
.,. 1 I Installation Many went to Miami to see
Our Cities" series of broadcasts II ceremony.C. .
the
Michigan State-Auburn football
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',_ ': now\ being sponsored by the Florida" .. P. Hammerstein, past lieu-
In the
Planting of various crops is go-I game annual Orange
State Chamber of Commerce tenant governor of the district, was A detailed report of, the installation -
ing forward steadily in the Clew-. I Bowl classic. Others piled in the
over the State and University of chairman of the meeting, and Roe meeting of the Kiwanis Clubs
iston area and a large acreage is family car and went hither and
_-.: Florida radio station. "Salutes' to Fulkerson, editor of the Kiwanis of the.Southeastern, Florida Dis-
under cultivation.The ; yon, and still others just stayedat
,, the various Florida cities are be- International magazine, was master "
principal truck crop is to- trict was given at the meeting home and took it easy.
big made night of ceremonies. ,
week-day
.. .... every matoes. In the area from Lake Wednesday night of the Clewistonclub Advent of the New Year was
: from from 6:15: to 6:30: p.: m. Following, the installation ceremony -
/ Harbor to Benbow, Farms approxi- greeted at the stroke of 12 Fri-
:" for'tIle by the five members who at-
: > Material broadcast was a banquet was held in one
mately 1,500 acres of tomatoes are I day night with the shrieking of
t., ; \ prepared by the local Chamber of of the dining rooms of the hotel; tended. The trip was divided into
,"J, in the field 'or being planted now. automobile horns, blowing of
' .. ..,--'t'' : Commerce and sent to, Garland I IIi The following ,have the designated followed by dancing and a floor five parts and each of_ those who I whistles, the explosion of. fire-'
1 show. .
Powell director of the station, \
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.. tomato acreage in tnis region: W. attended told some part of the works and other conventional, 'nois
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-., whose trained staff then drafts Attending the meeting from the
S. Bowden, 160 acres; The Beards- events of the evening.In es.
the radio script and stages the Clewiston club were W. W. Perry; ,
broadcast, it was said. ley Farm, 250 acres' ; Bolton ,Brothers ;- president, R. M. Bishop, vice-pres- addition to the story of the The year 1937 'was not such

The station has ,excellent t cover-1 j' ,, 100 acres; Melvin Wilder, 150 ident, J. F.: Tippey, 'I. M. Pafford, installation which was told by a bad year for Clewiston, though
acres; Clarence Lee, 100 acres; G. I the nation as a whole looks'on it
age of the entire eastern ';. portion and H. R. 'Hall.MEETING Ralph M. Bishop, new vicepresident -
of the United States and Monday's B. McDuffie, 250 ,acres; M. H. the trip to and from Clewis- I as a "violent year". It passed

broadcast_ will bring the name of Crouch: 100 acres; Hansel McDuffie ton, the meals, the drinks and the peaceably enough with few excep
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I 75 acres and John Challachin, entertainment came in for their II tions. The weather was favorableto
Clewiston to the attention ofThe
HELD
thousands of radio listeneis. 150 acres. I HERE share of the description.W. crops growing in the sectfon.In .
'A. Plantings 'of cane by individual the spring' the industry
h, station has even been heard"as faraway I W. Perry, who was installed\ sugar
farmers are also increasing. The in the Everglades completed its
',' as New Zealand, as i is MONDAY TO DISCUSS at the Hollywood meeting, was ,In
;' largest private grower, ,R. E. Kurtz, I most successful harvest. It was a
,j, 'one of 8the most powerful j in/theas charge of the meeting the first
John Tietke and associates havea of continuous building of
year
state. WRUF is also classed time in his capacity"as president.R. -
total of 480 acres in cane, muchof homes in Clewiston.
one, of outstanding "ed cation- OKEECHOBEE LEVELSFarmers N. Smith, chairman of the ,
which was planted this season; .
al" radio stations in the I United program committee, announced thatJ. The year 1937 saw the Clewis-
Ed' Frierson has 60 acres, Tom
r:.: States. \ R. Laskin, representative ,of the ton Emergency hospital moved into -
Adair 30 acres, C. H. Berner 35
I';.:; Arrangements for the city \'sa- I aId business men representing International Business Machines the remodeled Watanabe hotel
Beardsley Farm 75 acres,
acres, '
'T lutes" were. made by Harold Colee, Harley Watson 110 acres, and R. ,i almost every community Company, will be the guest 'speaker building; giving it ample accomo-
:" president. of the State Chamber, !I around Lake Okeechobee, a delegation at the next meeting.J. dations for years to come.
M. Bishop 35 acres.
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hi-' with Dr.:. Join J. Tigert, president I Os e la'Groves has. just completed from Stuart and residents of R. Sanders of Graceville, was I I The only, major disaster of the

;_' of the University! and Mr. :Povell. planting an. additional 25 the islands in the lake met in the the, guest of Dr. J. W. Ezelle.A 1 II year was the burning of the Clew-

director of 'WRUF. :\ I acres in citrus on their holdings U: S.. Engineer warehouse:"at Clew meeting of the board of directors iston Inn in September. The 65 s,

p'4 4 iston Monday afternoon in, an effort was held following the I room hotel'was destroyed by fire
c: least of ,Clewiston. The new planting I 't I
I to decide upon some level at at night with no loss of life and
1 : u / Limes. club's session.
Williamson-Hampton is of Persian, (I '
! ,,-"':, ....r'fi:" I .which the engineers may hold Lake I I no injuries. Property loss was con-
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{ :V.o-:, ',.,: ,"V: Marriage t in Fort >Myers I Big Money'Changes age Okeechobee(!of "all:, .to The the meeting'mutual was advant-call- i Duffs Entertain, With I siderable.However, the dawn of 1938 finds, ',:,

I ed by Carawan Nelson, engineer in New Year's Party the new Clewiston Inn under construction -
; Hands In Tourney charge of the U. S. Engineer sub-
Miss Lucille Hampton of LaB'lle I on Sugarland Highway,
and Neal Williamson of Clewison -- I office at Clewiston. following a and announced plans and architect's .

were' married! in a quiet ceremony\ Big money exchanged hands r.t 1 I series:; of complaints from lake Mr. and Mrs. F. :Deane Duff ''were 1 drawings and specifications

,'. performed New Year's night at he the Clewiston Golf Club, last week I farmers as well as '''Stuart inter- hosts New Year's Eve to a watch Ireveal that the new Inn will 'be

: .\,. ? First Christian Church in Fort ly-, end when each golfer teeing off ests. night party at their home on Del lone of the finest buildings in the
"'"-.'. < .', ers with 'the -Rev. W. E. Daice\ in the club's weekly tournament I I Ja,:. Kennedy, president of the I Monte Avenue. I section and will set a high standard -

:, officiating. \ \ I event found himself the recipientof I, Martin County Chamber of Commerce I Invited were' Mr. and Mrs. H. for construction here in the

;, ,-, ,. The church was decorated wtii I $10,000, with instructions from i I was spokesman for the Stu- J. B.' Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. R. futur The foundations are com-

'' palms, gladioli and poinsettias.. 'The the club professional to wager I art 'delegation and explained that I Y. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. pleted and the steel is being erect.

, ceremony was performed by cande\ I'same during the 18 holes in anyway the muddy water being discharged Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, ed now.

i: light. +i he desired. It is doubtful if through the St. Lucie canal ,from J I Dr. and Mrs.' O. F. Schiffli, Mr. Clewiston looks forward to 1938

t:?: -,, Those attending were. Mr. aid the Everglades was ever before the Lake Okeechobee was ruinous to ana Mrs. ,Elbert Stewart, Mr., and optimistically, confident that it will

f-,:::', .";'f't..". Mrs. Paul 'Waters, Mrs. Ware I scene of such reckless and scandalous sport and commercial fishing in I Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mr. and. Mrs. bring continued development and

:. Hampton and James Edgar. betting. $1,000.00 a putt' or their vicinity and was creating a Fred I. Hill, ;Mr. and Mrs. C. L. advancement along all lines.

:.';:.:" ;,...:" Mrs. Williamson is 'a member W\\\ trap shot was chicken feed, and great problem in handling of their Downs, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prew- I \ .
.' ,;, of the oldest families in, Heniiy = the fact that the was of the I tourists who to and I
(: : {;,;.,.:".. one money came Stuart primarily itt, Mr. Mrs.' M. M. ,Prewitt, Better Stock Prices
, ";'>'," county. She is a graduate:; of( stage variety, seemed not to lessen to enjoy the fishing. They. Mr. and Mrs S. L. Crochet, Mr. '

i' the LaBelle High School and oJ the the enthusiasm with which all competitors I were hopeful that 'some plan could and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mr. and During New Year

.,;: Florida State College for Wo eri,!I sought to relieve the other ,Abe I worked out-so that the St. Lucie Mrs. C. B. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs.G. .

i:.:.)";{' 1 and has.taught for two yea); ,in I man of his roll. I locks could be closed at once and E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. M, W.

J ':::":;'}",: the Clewiston school. Mr. I When the heat of the battle had [I that the Caloosahatchee canal Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sparks, Gainesville.-Compared with prices -

:. J .;?1:.. ( son is foreman of the WllIam-\\ cleared away, Tom Shelley of Clew might be allowed to di charge longer Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mobley, Mr. of grain-fed stock, prices of
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: : : ; tation and has lived, in iston proved to be the most accurate in ridding the lake of surplus and Mrs. .Carawan Nelson, Mrs, 0.1 Florida, cattle in 1938 should be
;', ,: -, &" ;) v for several years. The couple i re- 1 guesser when he reported at water. Senator A. O. Kanner wasa '! C. Landon, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. favorable, according to the agricul-

,. ': ",'" ';'; siding in, the new foreman's hiuse !the golf shop with $14,000.00. Tom member of this delegation and Luce, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones:: ,tural outlook report recently pre-

',' at the Ritta village.Hampton. who has recently been' in the' golf- also made a few remarks. Mr. and ,Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mr. I pared and issued by the State Agricultural -

ing doldrums, also carded a neat I Mr. Nelson explained 'in detail and Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mr. and Extension Service. '

"\ .,-,; ;R. Robins n score of 42-39-81. the flood control project and its 1 Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. C. Early grass-fed cattle are ex-

l,., ".,., ,,'. .' ,. I Another Clewiston golfer, W. .C.I purposes and that every effort was H. Berner, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. pected to bring better 'prices than
:' -' .. \ I Pruitt, took low net honors for the being made, by 'following, all avail- I Ezelle, Miss 'Rosalind. Luce, Miss those marketed later in the year.
. .. ': Rhusian Hampton Robinson, rat- day with a card of 47-45-92-24- able data for past years, 'to hold Eleanor Luce, Miss Virginia Gal- Lower trades are expected to showa

." .. died 'suddenly Monday night 68, giving par a neat licking of the :water level at a nu.ximuin of J lant, Ralph Mott, John Lucaa, seasonal advance during the first
;. West Palm Beach at the hom of four strokes. He led Shelley in seventeen feet and at a minimum of I E. Kelly,' C... V. Parkinson, J. Eo'l half of 1938 and may even go higher -

j'ir\". his son-in-law and daughter; this bracket by a single stroke, (fourteen feet. The level at the Bruce, jr., and Jay W. Moran. I than in 1937, the report states.

: :-;:", and Mrs. Clayton ,Baxter. Fun Shelley playing under 12 handicapand pre ent time is about sixteen and a Due to the addition of heifers to

,'::' ," services, were held Wednesday fr. I grabbing 69. half, feet. He explained ,further that Jury Box Filled breeding herds and the beginning::

:, ternoon at Fort Denaud. f-I I The club 'will soon ,send out an- too much water could not, be dis- of new herds, there were probablymore

k Mr. Robinson, familiarly kn nouncements of an Everglades charged from the lake because ofa BoardAt cattle in Florida on January
I By County
> > as "Dad" Robinson, was one f.iF championship to be held this certain navigable depth that I 1 than on the same date last. year,_
; Hendry county's early settlers. e month, starting about the 15th. must:: be maintained in the naviga- thus indicating that the 1938 calfcrop

)r;..h' : came here 38 years ago and s. The date for this event is beingset 1'cn channels and that in the eventof the regular monthly meetingof will be somewhat larger than

, ,\, ,,': a carpenter built some of LaBel 's ahead slightly to allow newly an unusually dry year, started the board of county commissioners that of 1937.
,:. t oldest homes. He was a native f seeded greens to be in the best of with a minimum water level, tho Tuesday at the court house the Fewer cows, heifers and calves

I ::. -Alabama. After making his ho e condition for the affair. An entry I canals might not provide the necessary jury box was filled for the next will be slaughtered this year than

I 'i!:;'""; in Fort Denaud and LaBelle' e I lof at least fIfty is expected. depth for navigation. term of 'circuit cowrt to begin Feb- last, but the number of steers' to -

1 ,, went to Telda where he was one tI' Robert Creech, a heavy loser on ruary: 21 in LaBelle. be slaughtered will be about the
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4t' the first' to take up a homested., MRS. EZELLE WINS HIGH SCORE Ritta Island recently when a high Other business disposed of included same as 1937. An- abundance of

; c : Two years ago he went to ije PRIZB AT BRIDGE CLUE! wI nd drove the' water throughthe approving notary bonds for feed grains will result in the fin-

\ ',.''Q with the Baxters. 1 I levees' surrounding his truck Robert E. Ketring of LaBelle and ishing out of many more steers

: ,, Two daughters survive l jn, Ms. Mrs. T. B. Shelley entertainedthe farm and cleaned out all, crops, E. J. Shelby of Clewiston, and tho and the total' supply of beef prob-
Baxter and Mrs. Doris ulghuti Wednesday Afternoon Bridge begged for a lower water level in purchase of a new water pump for ably will be almost as large as'
of Tampa, besides numerous gran Club at her home this week. Mrs. order to protect the island farm use in the court house from W. that of 1937.

children and great-grandchildren J. W. Ezelle held high score and ers. He was agreed with by farm- D. Blount of LaBelle to cost approximately With the 'ncreastag number of

received a lovely linen scarf, Mrs.. ers from Torrey and Kraemer Islands $170. stockyards and packing plants in
Among those attending the C- I. M, Pafford received a mirror for who have also been underwater 1 the state, Florida hog production

ange Bowl game in Miami Nqr low score and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine during most of the ,present Mrs. Sam W. Houser spent 'a few should be more profitable to farmers ...
4 >. Year's Day were Mr. and Mrs. Frd: a guest towel for cut prize. season.: Their plea was that discharge I days inVest Palm Beach this week in the northwestern part of

i. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. George "VSparkfc [ Cake and coffee were served by be started earlier in the visiting Mrs. Wilfied, Lockhart.Mrs. the state this: year than 'last, the\i.;,'
\ Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Slit: I Mrs. Shelley to Mrs. Leslie Miller, fall than it was this year in order report indica.tes.'c;',: ,-

: ,: :" '%ley, Mr. and Mrs. ,B. J, SChroed1 Mrs. Barney. Thomas, Mrs. W. .H. to secure' a minimum water level B. A. Bourne returned to 'The estimated number of hogson !
j*Mr.. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mi I Lanier, 'Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. before the fall rains :and attemptto her home in Jacksonville today af- Florida farms on January 1*

:;''Jewel Russell, Andrew Beery Keathley Bowden and Mrs. Yena- .end the discharge about the ter a visit with her sister: Mrs. 'C.B wa 490,000 or about 14% mora
,if'c* V :Parkinson Ell wJn. Mr, Pafford and Afro, Z tolle, (Continue on Papo 8 ) :Baldwin, (Continued tm Page 8)

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UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL. I[Confessing Faults] ,

"SAVE THE COMPTROLLER"Byrd

SUNDAY r Lesson HOW hard it is to confess that .;

.CiL: Opens Fight on the Reorganization Bill we have spoken without thinking '

Incident Closed By REV.! HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. that we,have talked nonsense. .,
Panay by Japan's PledgesThis Dean of the of Moody Chicago.Bible Institute How many! a man says a ,thing

western Newspaper Union. in haste or in heat, without fully
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aboUt understanding or half meaning it,

: Lesson for January 9 and then, because he, has said it,
.' Y holds fast 'Ito it,. and tries to de-
Magazine Solicitors. \> h :?y,:. Vh; 'Y Z A'G ft.fS1 C x 4: yrr' I
1 i.f., v fend it as if it were true! But how, J
PREPARING
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TEXAS. -What FOR A LIFE
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HOUSTON OF much wiser, how much more ad- '
SERVICE
.of all the strug- r.r:: mirable
t 'gn.l.:: '!? : fa and attractive it is when ,
collegians ranging in age '. / t :.?. ,'Yf?. ,:SYY.ya'C .Y.,. Gtr a has the
: man to
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gling ; :, iY,.tt, 'a.hy i Y.0'<:. + i'x" t'r y J .( ;Q' s9.r LESSON TEXT-Mark 1113. grace perceiveand '
up to fifty-five, who used to so- ya 2' < : L. % n ;f 5 Y f GOLDEN TEXT-Prepare ye the way of acknowledge his mistakes! It :

subscriptions so S .t : the Lord.-Mark 1:3. gives us assurance that he is j1
licit magazine I'y. PRIMARY TOPIC-When Jesus Was Bap-
tized. capable learning, or growing,
another
could spend semester -
they 1. lYrf JUNIOR TOPIC-When Jesus Was Bap- of improving, so that his future
at dear old Bushwah? wK; Af,M a 1w.fift'pt tized.INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- will be better than his past.-Van

We counted that day lost whose Getting Ready to Serve. Dyke.CLASSIFIED..
low descending sun didn't find us YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
Dedicating Our Lives to Service.
signing on the dot-

ted line. And some-
"The beginning of the Gospel of
times we got the .
Jesus Christ"-what an interesting
wrong magazinesand expression! Did it not begin back
DEPARTMENT
sometimes
we
before the foundation of the world?
didn't get any mag- Yes, for the death 'of Christ'was no
azines at all and
mere afterthought in God's plan.
in'awhile we
once \ But now we have the coming into

got the magazineswe'd the world of the One who was the CHINA ,MATCHING .
ordered and
Lamb slain from before the ,world's
then didn't like : CHINA MATCHING IS OUR BUSINESS.
founding. Jesus Christ is about to We can supply missing pieces or add to, .
:them. Qvna your set/ or new. Write "
M+ ;.y4.f vwtbM
-.......- appear to begin his ministry which GALld
But our consOla- culminate P. O. Box, 1495: - New Orleans.Whitman's .
was to at Calvary's cross.
tion was that we'd irvin S. Cobb is the Japanese liner Tatsuta Maru which was raided by custom 1
aided all those ear- agents just before she sailed from San Francisco for the Far East. The Before Jesus, comes the one sentto

nest undergraduates to complete the agents garnered a sheaf of letters, supposedly connected with operationsat proclaim his appearing, to her- Poor Start

education for which they panted as the Bremerton navy yard on Puget Sound.LWcitd ald the coming of. the Servant .of Walt 'Whitman, in 1855, at the :- .

the hart panteth after the water- ',God. Mark begins his account with age of, thirty-six, set up' the type \r

brook. the ministry of John the Baptist and for, and printed, ,the' first edition' .''I I
Can it be that the gallant armypacked We Pzd.d i makes no reference to'the birth and of "Leaves of Grass." Whittier I

the campuses until vast I genealogy' of Jesus. How appropriate threw his copy_ into the fire. The 1 t

numbers got crushed in the jam? SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S that is, for after all the impor- bulk of the edition, put on sale at
WEEK
Or is it that many of them are tant thing about a servant is not that phrenologist's studio, drew

getting too old to travel around? Western Newspaper Union. he came from a certain family, or scarcely a purchase. I'I'a

Lately there has been an unaccountable Byrd in Battle Early candidacies. Besides that, the sec- was born in a particular place. The During the Civil war, Whitmanto
falling-off in the business.P. retary has been notably independentof point is that he is here now and able be near his brother-went to:

S.-I have on hand a completefile ONE of the big fights scheduled party'organization control. \ and ready to do his work.I. Washington and obtained a clerkship -

for 1935 of the Northwestern Bee 'the regular'session of 'con Naturally, the proposal would car- The Herald of Christ (vv. 1-8). in the Indian bureau 'of the 1//

Raiser which I would like to trade gress is to be over the Presient'sreorganization aims ry no weight unless President The prophets,had pointed forwardto department- of the interior. But. '.X

for a ukulele. bill, which Roosevelt makes it plain that he the coming of Christ. John the in 1863, Secretary Harlan, com J

among other things, at abolishing 'will follow', tradition and refuse a Baptist, of whom our Lord said that ing upon copy of "Leaves of ;'

Matriarchy's Approach. the' office of comptroller"watch, general, third term. The Ickes adherents be- there was not a greater among the Grass," read it with horror and

inspired philosopherandnot popularly known as the This officeris dog"on lieve their man would stand a fair prophets, now appears to proclaimhis camel; to the prompt conclusion

a woman eitherdeclaresthat federal spending. chance in a wide open 'race for presence and prepare the 'way that i1 its1 author was not a fit and
the of in seeing
within a century women will agent congress made in the nomination, and they assert his for him. Of him Joseph Parker proper person to work under him, '

dominate every imaginable field of that accordance expenditures with law.are only independence would add to his beautifully says that he "was all and out went the "Good- Gray

human endeavor. strength and attract many Repub- veil could Poet
Senator Harry F. Byrd of Vir- but a transparent : they
What do you mean, within a cen- ginia, one of the Democrats who in- licans. almost see the coming God throughhim '

tury? If the prophet will leave out sist on economy, projected himself -* J' If he stood aside for a mo- I Wanting Least ,

the ancient science of growing chin- into the battle over this measure Newton D. ,Baker Is Dead ment there was ''the One who was When Socrates was v asked "

whiskers and the knack of making a early by issuing a public statementin NEWTON D. BAKER, one of the to come." "WMch of mortal men was to' be ) .

sleeping car washroom look like ahurrah's which he pointed out that the new war men who did a tremendous John was a ,unique personality, accpunted nearest to' the gods in

nest I'm saying that wom- auditor established in the measure job well, died at his homein admirably fitted to proclaim a stern happiness?" he answered: "That ..:

en are already away out in front would report to congress only after Cleveland, Ohio, of coronary message of repentance to a deca- mat who is in want 'of fewest .:

everywhere.Since money had been spent. thrombosisat the age of sixtythreeyears. dent age. Let us not put aside or thiigs."-J ohnson.I .

Henry the Eighth, the two. This would, be like locking the Called to Washington in 1916 I ridicule strangely clad and unusual

greatest kings England had were stable after the horse is stolen, Sen- to be secretary of war in President I folk who have a word for us from I

both queens-Elizabeth and Victo- ator Byrd declared. 'Wilson's cabinet, Mr. Baker accom- God. Beware Coughsfrom

ria. Men thought up war and improved "This proposal to- give the spend- plished the great' feat of mobilizingthe "Repent"-that was his'message

the art of war and now are ing branch of the government a free huge American army and get- from the Lord. America needs common colds

hoping to perfect it to the point of hand with upwards of $8,000,000,000a ting it across the Atlantic. time to that message today. The Christian \

exterminating the'species, but 'twasin year strikes viciously at the vital be the decisive factor in winning the doctrine of repentance has been set I That Ono
the midst of warfares Hang
bloody elements of good government, good conflict. It was he who selected aside by some because they dislike -
that Florence laid the
Nightingale business and the general welfare," General Pershing to command the its convicting power, and by matter how many medicines
foundations and Clara Barton built
said the senator. A. E. F., and counseled him to keep others through theological readjust- ym have tried for your cough chest ;i
the structure of mercy by method "In the committee hearings," he the American army intact. ment. It needs re-affirmation. Cfld, or bronchial irritation, you can ......
and life-saving by skill and tender- t relief with Creomulsion.
continued "the of Mr. Baker was eminent law- however f now
only 'complaint as a John's greatest message, -
ness and sanitation. Serious: trouble may be brewing andDu
consequence against the comptroller yer and a close studen of interna- was the coming of the One, who cannot afford to take a chance
general was that this official at tional affairs. Though always a was to baptize not with water but Tith any remedy less potent than

Banishing Sectionalism. times delayed the quick spending of Democrat, he turned against the with the Holy Ghost. Like every Creomulsion, which goes right to

( )N ONE stretch of road down public money and compelled the department present administration mainly be- I true witness he humbles himself and he jure( seat to soothe of the and trouble heal and the infian..edffcous aids z>a-

here-and it is not a maintraveled heads to show that the cause of the Tennessee Valley authority points to the Saviour. We need the membranes and to loosen

highway and this not exactlythe I funds were to be disbursed in accordance projects and the usurpationof message, "repent," but we need .the germ-laden phlegm

tourist season-I saw cars bear- with the laws enacted by state rights. even more to recall to our preachingand i if other remedies have failed

ing license tags of nine separate congress. No proof, however, was -iC- our churches the Holy Ghost don't be discouraged, try CreomOlBion. -

states, ranging from New Hamp- given that any expenditure was Jap Pledges Accepted power of the Son of God., Refund' Your druggist money is if authorized you are not to
shire' and Florida to Utah and Ore- prevented when authorized by con-
II. The Baptism .of Christ (vv. IthcroughlY( satisfied with the benefits -
gon, besides one from Hawaii and gress and made legally." JAPAN has promised that there 9-11). obtained from the very :first
J
one from Puerto Rico. And next -.fr-- shall be no recurrence of the' botle. Creomulsion is one word-not
in Mark is brief but
summer Texas cars will be boring .... Panay outrage, and if her pledgesare The account twt, and it has no hyphen in it.
into every corner of this Union and Tax Load Is Heavy kept the incident may be considered it brings before us the fact that the Asl for it plainly,see that the name*
sinless Son of, God thus identifiedhis on the bottle is Creomulsion, and
the folks in them will be of closed. But
riding OUT every national income dol- the
holy self with sinful humanity yoVU get genuine product and
getting acquainted with their fellow- in 1938, the tax collector will Uncle Sam is goingto which he had come to save. the! relief you want. (Adv.)
countrymen and finding out that, take 20 cents. This is the ratio which keep close watchto I, I
Let. learn the lesson that
when you know the other fellow, has been regarded as the danger sig see that there are us
obedience to the divine will a' will-
he's not so different, after all. no further attacks ,
nal.This I ingness to humble ourselves to do
1 BACKACHES
American
is the declaration of on life
Like most evil things, sectionalism a spe- the work' whereunto God has sentus
and parochial prejudices and cial committee of the United States lY and property in the ,
are prerequisites to the fillingof
with Vermont neighbor to Virginiaand Chamber of Commerce which has war zone in China.Ambassador ,
the Holy Spirit with and
the Dakotas talking it over with been studying taxation. The report Joseph for life and service.power NEED WARMTH

the Carolinas, there's seed being estimates that the nation's tax load, r ,',Y. ,M1yN% C. Grew handed grace _
to Minis- III. The Temptation of Christ (vv. Tousands who suffered miserable backaches,
federal Foreign .
sown which inevitably must sprout state and local, this year pins in shoulder or hips, now put on AI1-
a finer yield of Americanism than will reach a new all-time high of ter Koki Hirota a 12, 13). cck's Porous Plaster and find warm sooth-
note from We recall as we consider the iS relief. Muscle pains caused by rheumy
land produced-if 13% billion dollars. The national in- Secretary
any our ever only J. C. Grew torn,arthritis sciatica lumbago and strains
we keep the tares of communismand come, it is figured by the govern- of State Hull accept- temptation of Jesus, that -he was 4 respond instantly to the glow of warmthtat

the chaff of snobbery out of ment, will be slightly less than the ing in the main Japan's amends for without sin, that there was no fallen makes you feel good right away.Alleock's .

the crop, only make patriotic servicea 69 billion dollar estimate for 1937. the destruction of the Panay and nature in him to which Satan could junful spot Plaster. treats brings backache blood where to the it

thing of elbow-grease and not of Tax collections for 1938 on the ''three American merchant vessels. appeal. The temptation or testingof ''''t I Allcock's lasts long, comes off easily.
'lls the original plaster...
porous gruaran-
lip-movements. basis of tentative estimates made The American note, however, refused Jesus was therefore!, along Mes- i!ed to bring: instant relief or money back.,

by the committee, include 6 billion to accept Tokyo's explanationthat sianic lines, but the principles bothof Plasters;'ver 6 million used. Allcock'a 25*. fin BUN 1141:lit ifrl J|

Freedom of the Press. 400 million dollars for the federal the bombing of the Panay was temptation and victory are sim-
government and 7 billions 100 mil- the result of a "mistake," prefer- ilar to those of our own experience.

DICTATORS the invariably cancel lion dollars for state and local gov- ring to rely on the findings of the Consider the parallel passages in VNU-7 1-38
and curb
press Matthew 4 and Luke 4.
freedom of education. ernments. naval board of inquiry. The reportof
Otherwise
they fail.Although. --K the board said the identity of the The Devil has only three real 1
Panay and the three American oil temptations to present, "the lust of
he uttered the words Boomlet for, Ickes the flesh the'lust of the
tankers was unmistakable; that the eyes, and
250 Governor
over of years ago, Berkeley FROM Chicago comes the interest- attack was deliberate; that the the pride of life" (I John 2:16). t.
Virginia spoke for all the
breed of political tyrants when he news that friends of Secre- weather was,clear and the visibility These he used with Jesus as he j Help Them Cleanse the Blood

said "I thank God there tary of the Interior Ickes have start- perfect; that the Japanese naval i tempted him to make food for his Harmful Body Waste
: are no ed a: small boom for him as thewr.42.n planes swooped down and released : hungry body, to look at1\ the king- Your kidneys are constantly filtering
free schools, nor printing, for learn waste matter from the blood stream.But
ing has brought disobedience and favorite son candidate their death charges on the ships : doms of this earth and attain theme kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do
of Illinois for flying the American flags and then by a wrong method, and to pre-' not act as Nature intended a II to remove -
heresy into the world and
printing impurities that, if retained may
has divulged them." the presidential fired on them with machine guns. I sume on God's grace by, throwing poison the system and upset the whole
t1 Foulness in drama nomination in 1940.It Under a Japanese decree estab- himself from the pinnacle of the' body machinery.
or literature, Symptoms may be nagging backache
,
like a skunk penned under a barrel S A is said Democratic lishing strict regulations for the"conquered temple. persistent headache,attacks of dizziness.
itself leaders in Illinois areas in China, Americansand Victory came through the use ofGod's getting up nights, swelling puffiness
eventually destroys by just under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
naturally choking to death on its have been approached other foreigners were made sub- Word. We need to learn that anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
own
smell. with the ject to the death penalty for crimes lesson and not attempt to 'defeat Other signs ot kidney or bladder dis-
order may be burning scanty or too
Control of the newest medium of .. plan to enter Mr. I against the armed forces of Japan. Satan with any man-made 'weapons,' frequent urination.

publicity, the radio, is easy. But del Ickes in the presidential -i This seems to raise the question of of will-power, logic, or culture. treatment There should is wiser bo no than doubt neglect.that prompt Use

information put in type keeps on primaries.! treaty rights of foreign powers in" Jesus was certain of victory. He is, 'Doan't Pills. D an', have been winning
traveling. No people io.:.t far mere nas China, our victory. Learn to know him as new friends lor more than forty years. .i,
ever stayed They have a nation-wide reputation.
free once the press-and the schoolteacher Harold Ickes been no enthusiastic The spokesman for the Japanese Saviour and Lord. Study God' Are recommended by grateful people tho
,
,_ had been muzzled. response to the pro- embassy in Shanghai announced the Word and learn how to use it in spir- country over. Ask your neigkootl'fHE

IRVIN S. COBB. posal for the leaders would preferto complete occupation of Tsinan, cap- itual conflict. Yield to the Holy

.-WNU Service. wait for the development of other ital of Shantung province. Spirit. Victory lies that way, and I t
a ,
i nowhere else. ', _
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' f UntLPlut THE CHEERFUL CHERUB We Admire ihe Chap

.,. e Who Can Stand the GaffWe

: When wide and silent
hear of some individual who,

lies the snow in spite of misfortune and handicaps

i has faced life with a song on
And clear the.
; .: Missing Those of Today I cold his lips and who has continued the
:
',- I Many of us are very busy look stars glisten battle against disagreeable circumstances -
< /
''': ing for tomorrow's possibilities. p p and we profess great
I Feel
Sincerity writes the character of a whisper admiration for him; but when we

the are assailed with troubles, we are
}' f a man with indelible letters. through -a..ir
apt to make a great outcry about
,0 f A man's age commands venera 777 CYK Andbre..thiessly
: injustice. We cannot stand the
' tion. A woman's commands tact.
'" / gaff that hooks us for our own
: ,
"
Would Reverse Order Work? .., 6 heedlessness. '

'.'.. : folks don't have to listen.
.: Young give There is some human injusticein

_,: .:" any reasons for falling in love and .. bL 1 rl.cPNrtI the world, but not enough to

"' ....'( ;: getting married, but when they I occasion the getting out of an
.:,:. want 'to be divorced the law requires "Extra," with black headlines.

. ". ..- '. very definite ones. If we let the other lead the way

; Louder automobile horns are always and break trail, we must expect to

:. succeeded by, still louder WNU Service. get his dust.-Detroit News.

' ones until the law stops them.
"

f" Both Are Disagreeable .

t. :' With a tolerably wellswollenhead AROUND Items of Interest

I it doesn't matter so much .r E t e I

r" .{ '. whether one has,wealth or' not. to the Housewife

i t" .: A man who is sure of himself the HOUSE !: ;
I .
.
.
( doesn't have to "impress people." '';'N.a,<;.ww..KvjMM'WO;':;;;...:> : ;,m..;,N$w.. :.:;owm..N>O'...,....Nr 1aiR iw, r,.:.._,wgi,,,.N""'''',''-'''>l/ :ri,..r,....,..
, :,' :. As a rule lie doesn't care.
Suede Shoes. Never let them ter. If not well mixed
called they are ,
A what
s man may reject, is ,,
&: :'an opportunity" because he Pumping Water for Irrigation in Inner China. get too dirty and they'll wear for the sauce will be lumpy. Cook ina

:: doesn't want a life of. highly' paid ages. .,Brush off any mud with a double boiler'or small,saucepan

drudgery. Four" Great Chinese Cities wire brush, but to remove shiny over boiling water. Sauce that is

A man believes in being warm marks rub them lightly with fine made over a hot flame is apt to

sandpaper or. an emery board be oily. Add the water a little ata
in his winter clothes and a woman On the Yangtze and Han RiversPrepared
in looking'svelte.. from a manicure set. This roughs time, stirring constantly, so that

up the "pile" and makes the surface the sauce will be of the right con-
A weakling: One who thinks by National Geographic Society. of commerce that flows through and
dull
1 every failure in his life is due to Washington D. C.-WNU Service. past the port. again. sistency. Add seasoning to taste.
*
somebody else. THE four Chinese cities
If a traveler knows the advertising Shiny Glassware.-Water glassesand Burned Cake.-If a burned cakeis
Time is if know OF
; :: money only you
how to turn it into which the government code in Hankow, he can locate other glassware will shine allowed to stand until it is

money of the republic moved duet any type of business by reading the like new if a tablespoon of vinegaris thoroughly cold and then scraped

/ the pressure of the SinoJapanese shapes and colors of the shop signs added to the rinse water. with a lemon grater, the burned
Keep body free of accumulated
your which project over the narrow thor- *
''. ; waste, take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel conflict, Hankow standsout part can be almost entirely removed -
oughfares. For instance, gold plat Feeding Children. Introducenew leaving the cake smooth
lets. 60 Pellets 30 cents.-Adv.
; the city of most impor-
: as ers use salmon-colored boards with
unfamiliar foods to a child and ready, for icing.
tance. Because of its excellent. green Chinese characters. Druggists' by giving small amounts at first; /
To Correct Errors I
with Canton boards are gilded. ,Black, gold, red,
To err is common to all men, communications and the then increase them gradually. Orange Juice in Baking. -Orange -

but the man who, having erred, and ,Hong Kong, many of the green. On are each sign predominatingcolors. is a motto \ juice used as a liquid in

hugs not his errors, but repents important government activi- and when a store changes hands, Tarnished Silver.-Tarnish can bread and roll recipes will' pro.
be removed from silverware vide a delightful variety.
and seeks the cure, is not a ties were moved to this inland the sign is valued somewhat the *
wastrel.-Sophocles. which has been stored for a long
same American "good will.
as
port: time by soaking for two hours' The Telephone Mouthpiece.Wash .-

Hankow lies about 600 'miles up Important governmental depart- in water-left from cooking potatoes the mouthpiece of the telephone

the Yangtze. The city proper ments also were moved to Changshaand ; then rubbing with a soft frequently to keep it sani-

sprawls over a wide area of the Chungking. ... brush or cloth, and silver polish. tary.
*
north bank of the river where the Fireworks of Changsha.

Han pours its muddy torrent., Changsha is a city of fireworks, Versatile Cottage Cheese.-Cot EASE YOUR CHILD'S

Across the Han lies Hanyang, and literally and figuratively. The tage cheese is delicious com

across the mile-wide Yangtze, Wu Fourth of July firecrackers used by bined with leftovers of bacon, ham CHEST TONIGHTTonight

chang. The latter city is older than the American small boy before and other cold meats, yet it combines GOLD

Hankow for it was flourishing when the "Safe and Sane Fourth" was so equally well with fruit. Tryit at bedtime, rub his little

Hankow was a mere fishing hamlet. widely enforced were imported for stuffing in peaches, prunes' chest with stainless, snow-white

DRapSw Both Hanyang and Wuchange are heavily from Changsha.It pears or pineapple rounds. Penetro. Penetro is the only salve
GF that has a base of old-fashioned
" now a part of "Greater Hankow"with is the of the -
capital hilly
province
CO Well-Made Sauce.-When making mutton suet together :with 113% to
more than a million and a half of Hunan, important because it a drawn butter sauce be sure 227% more medication than any

inhabitants. contains enormous coal fields, many other nationally sold cold salve.
to blend the butter and flour thoroughly

.y Hankow's harbor seethes with ac unworked, and because in it, ,to the Creates thorough counterirritantaction
before adding boiling
junks about north of Changsha, is the huge lake, wa- that increases blood flow,
tivity. Ungainly move
Tung-ting hu, which acts as a reservoir stimulates body heat to ease the
the water manned by expert river-
and Vaporizing
for the Yangtze floods. tightness pressure.
Courage Is All men nearly as easily as modern action helps to "open up" stuffy

He who loses wealth loses giants of the sea in our busy sea Among Cnangsha's most* interest nasal passages. 35c jar contains

\. much; he who loses a friend loses ports. They range from craft with ing sights are the wheelbarrows: that twice 25c size. Ask for Penetro

I rotten hulks and gaping holes above climb stairs. Some distance aheadof
more, but he who loses his courage
loses all.-Cervantes. the water line to huge high-pooped the regulation wheel there is another
Cam TempersThe
craft adorned with brightly painted smaller one. In climbing over
yc muesWhat moderation of fortunate
carvings and plates that make flagstone steps or bridges, the handles
from the calm which
people comes
them look like floating circus wag of the wheelbarow are lowered to their tem
c-cGET RID OF good' fortune gives
ons. until the auxiliary wheel rises above a Coincidence
pers.-Rochefoucauld.
the next higher step. Then the
Small Girl's Father-So you want: to

dart'' here matting-covered and there by the sampans muscle- wheelbarrow, which often carries marry my daughter, eh? Well,
; BIG UGLY 300 or 400 pounds, see-saws from
of perspiring coolies whose my answer depends upon your
power WHO SUFFER
WOMEN
wheel to ,wheel until the next level financial position.
families fill the air along the shore
stretch of the is attained.
3: with the singsong chatter of the Ori flagstones Young Man-And my financial Birmingham .Ala.Mrs. '
v t PORES Changsha is closely linked with position depends on your answer. Daisy Walker 105',
ent. It is estimated that 25,000 N. 39th St., says : "1'used J
native boats ply in and out of Han- New Haven, Conn., for there'is, just ? to suffer from irregularity .
outside ., was awfully nervous, ant:
the 'rapidly disappearingwall
kow and its sister cities. Mean Warm Job
and and
had
.": cramps pains
:'i ; PLENTY OF,DATES NOW..DEMON'SFACIAL while modern steamboats from low- in which .the inhabitants once Kind gentleman (to small news z 'e headaches associated with',

;-a,1<< MADE HER took great pride, one of the best functional disturbances.
MAGNESIA feel cold
er Yangtze points come and go on paper boy-Don't you Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre'
' schedule.The known mission schools in China, ? +'' '." scription helped to relieve
. ., I> : SKIN FRESH, YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL which is Yale's contribution to the sonny me of this condition. My
Boy-Oh, no, sir. Selling papers appetite improved I
Hankow Bund Looks Occidental.The .
{ rk{ I Romance hasn't a chance when big ugly education of the Chinese.A keeps up the circulation. gained strength and felt just fine." Buy'it
skin-texture.Men love the son Hankow Bund, stretching from your druggist today.
;': fit. pores spoil large part of Hunan is an unworked
4, ". smoothness of a fresh young complexion.Denton's : along the Yangtze for two miles, is field of anthracite and bituminous -
it is
;, does miracles According to a psychologist
y Facial
; Magnesia disconcerting to the traveler seeking
coal and at Pinghsiang,
'' for unsightly skin.Ugly disappear, a good plan to close your eyes SMALL SIZE x fl/X L
pores $1.20ZE
Chinese
,;' skin becomes firm and smooth. purely panoramas. which is connected with Changsha by tightly when trying to solve a 60c /&S &S\ '
i.. Trees shade the wide boulevard railroad, there is one of the mines of
;. ., Watch your complexion take on new beauty while the.landward side is flanked by which furnishes fuel for the great traffic problem. Except, course, a

f Even the first fow treatments with Denton Facial modern banks and business build iron works at Hanyang.With problem.
'
With
t Magnolia make a remarkable difference.
-4. ',.' the Denton Magic Mirror you can actually BOO ings that are not unlike those of about 500,000 inhabitants, Two Leaders RA"O
:, ':, the texture of your skin become smoother day by New York, London, Paris and 'Ber-
.
:,r. day,Imperfections are washed clean. Wrinkles lin. Changsha rules a province of 22 Uncle-How are you getting on Brings Blessed Relief

i" .. .. gradually disappear. ooroyou know lovoknoie.Denton million and is one, of the cleanest at school, boys? from aches and pains of
has brought you entirely new akin
the
the Bund
Beyond upstream,
.. cities in China. Reggie-I'm first in history. RHEUMATISMNl
: EXTRAORDINARY OFFER roofs of concrete warehouses forma

i,. ',;. -Saves You Money portion of the city's skyline. Here Chungking a Busy Port. Uncle-And you, George? RITIS and LUMBAGOTry
S. ';', You can try Don ton'. Facial Magneoia on tho George-I'm first in the street a bottle Why Suffer?
.1' : most liberal offer wo have ever made-good for hundreds of thousands of dollars'worth Chungking is a busy river pon
., time
home. STORES
when it's to ATALLGOOD; ;DRUG :
+:-r{.r.'" a few weeks only.Wo will send you a full 12 ox.f of cotton, silk, tea, 'wood oil, lying about 1,500 miles upstreamfrom go
bottle(retail prico$1)plus a regular sized box
, ,:. of famous Munesia Wafers (known throughout beans and many other products the mouth of the Yangtze riv
,F r the country ai tho original Milk of Magnesiatablets' :of: a vast area of China served by er. It is the chief port and point of
'
)), plus the Denton Magic Mirror (shows
'J f?: you what your skin specialist sees) all for the Yangtze and Han usually are entry for the rich province of Szechwan -

: '. only Write$11 today.DENTON'S Don't. miss out on this remarkable offer. stored, awaiting shipment. said to contain the natural resource @ I IPrefer
'
,. Beyond the warehouses begin the of an empire.The .

foreign concessions. The British far-reaching trade of Szech-:

concession, oldest of all, was established way is conducted entirely by river

*' : in 1861 when Hankow was craft from Chupgking, whose popu Hate More Power

,;. .:: Facial Magnesia ::opened to foreign trade. Then, in lation of half a million is crowded There are few who would not To forgive much makes the pow-

': i.A, SELECT N order, came the Russian, the into a small triangle formed by the rather be hated than laughed at.- erful more powerful.-Publiliua I

,, ',. PRODUCTS.Inc. French and the old German concessions junction of the Kialing river with Syrus. )
Smith.
Sydney
; ) 4402-23rd St, each marked by wide streets the Yangtze.
. ? LonglslandCityN.Y.Enclosed .
. 4
: and modern residences and shops. Fields the of the making -
: : find$1 at back city,
L, '/I'f.'::"'. 0 (cash or stamps) 0 A native city in the backgroundalso the third side of the.triangle,

:". ."\.:>" "t'. for special which Introductory send me your seethes with commercial activity have gradually become entirely, Calotal Help Nature .

, ." combination. to the tune of noises that filled with graves of. countless gen- '

1": II 1 strain the visitor's eardrums. Somef erations. This has resulted in hope-

.1" .A"-> '_ ...Name.__________________________ 1 1a the narrow lanes are paved with lessly enclosing the great port of To Throw Off'a Cold
while others
flagstone are mere Chungking upon its rocky promon-
." Street Address....----.--........
: :*" ruts. Nevertheless, they are the tory between the two rivers, and
:1 t ; City------------State--------- playgrounds of thousands' of chil-
;
l' .....D.................., making its expansion impossible, an- Millions have,found in Calotabsa toxins. Second, Calotabs are
.i't'* dren, and the busy streets of a city cestral graves having heretofore most valuable aid in the treat- diuretic to the kidneys, promoting
\ which has been called the "Hub of been considered inviolable. cold
ment of colds. They take one or the elimination of poisons
1 checks the Universe." Through the centuries the city has two tablets the first night and repeat from the blood. Thus Calotabs

COLDS To the foreigner, the pedestriansin increased in population, but with the third or fourth night if serve the double purpose of a

J'\ 666 their loose-fitting clothing resemble out expansion of territory, until needed. purgative and diuretic, both of

and pajama-clad citizens on parade, overcrowding has almost passed be- How do Calotabs help nature which are needed in the treatmentof

t'EVEtt but the wearers are by no means lief. The city being built on a throw off a cold? First, Calotabsare colds. economical
quite ;
Calotabs
ready retire. Business in Han- rock is of' one of the most thorough and are
LIQUID. TABLETS first day .to there no possibility prop of all intestinal elimi- only twenty-five cents for the

SALVE, NOSE DROPS Headache, 30 minutes. know lis almost a religion, and er drainage so that Chungking nants dependable, thus cleansing the intestinal family package, ten cents for the

: 'I'r1fRDb-M1.Tlsm"-World'sBestIJnJm n nearly every man seen on the street ranks high in odors, even among tract of the virus-laden mucus and trial package.-adv.)

S.. ....: has to do with the enormous amount Chinese communitioe.
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1038
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wrote the firm that so long as citizenship and the solution to its Road No. 194 to Road No. 25 at I Utah Indians' Belief )::.

The Clewiston News the advertising wasn't libelous and problems as well as its future lies Twenty-Mile Bend. Utah Indians believe that the Mor- t,....; "

the bills were paid, we would gladly in the hearts and minds i> and ion is being made at Lake Harbor mon crickets which annually invadethe -.r: .

carry the advertising. Those were thoughts and actions of ALL. between Belle Glade and Moore fields and eat crops are reincarnations '? :r
Clewlston' ,
in
Published Friday
Florida, by every the CLCWJSTON NEWS, the only conditions governing our The little negro that sucks at its I Haven. This road is open to traf- of slain buffalo. ::

Inc. acceptance.For '" mammy's breast in the scrub Is just' fic, but motorists will observe slow
traffic rules where the Balbriggan, in Ireland '
as much an AMERICAN as you .01' project is
KKATIII.EV nOR'DEEditor I some intangible and per- I; the Jew Is just as much an AM- under construction near Bean City. Ireland Balbriggan is a watering place in "
21 miles northeast of Dub- .
haps entirely psychological reason, ERICAN as the Gentile. The ming- On Road No.: 82 between Lake lin. It is a seat of linen, cotton, .;1

Entered as second class mall matter the citizenry of this section faces led blood of black and white, Jew City and Benton, which Is now re- calico and, is especially noted for '.i'
February 1. 1927 at the Post Office In 1938 with a hopeful, cheerful and and Gentile, makes up the dust in ceiving mixed-In-place construction, its stocking manufactures. ;';,
Clewiston Florida, under the Act of
March 3, 1897.SuIJl'lcrh(1on. confident attitude. We say the rea- Flanders Fields, only a lot of us the motorists will have to' detour I I'r,-"' "
son is intangible, for there were have forgotten. around whatever section is being I -

no changes of circumstances, as When INDIVIDUALS worked at the time. No detour I
we as restore -
Ilntc $::.00 Per Year.
Advertising Italc.s On Application. far as we can see, to account for our faith in each other; whenwe will be long as no. bridge construc- I SUBSCRIBE' TO THE NEWS '

I the change in the attitude of the II work with and for each other; tion is in progress, and the incon- _. '

I people in general. Actually, the when we turn our attention firstto venience will be slight. This roadis "

Devoted fare of Clewiston to the advancement and Ilendry and County.wel- dawn of 1938 was just the dawnof I what's wrong with ourselves; not the main highway north ... ,.. _____ J.
I another day, but it seemed to when we become tolerant enough to which runs through Jasper to Val- J. :b: CAMPBELLJeweler : ,.

signify that perhaps this succession respect Americans, regardless of dosta, Ga., and will offer no interruption -

';";04:";":":":":":":":":":":":"':":"':":"':":":":":":N:1 of day's would be happier than race, creed or color, and engrave in to tourist travel. & Watch-maker
the past, 365. The base on Road No. 69
our own heart "In God We Trust" new {f3
RAMBLINGS for -then we will have solved the Na- running south out of Live Oak, is All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs '
hope
is it will ,
And our you tion's REAL problem. The answerto primed and traffic will be able to Optical RepairsAT
prove true, and that each day in use the road ,with no detour, except -
.. ... .. what's with the countrywill
wrong
:N: :N NON H: N:I :N:H N:N/N:H:IAN NN NyN N:I N
1938 will be happier and more be found in the mirroryoursand temporary ones when the sur- CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOPJ.

Well, wo started the New Year prosperous than the preceding day. mine. face is being applied.On .
yLet's J.
off with a wedding-Lucile Hampton Road No. 69 south of Mayo,
. hope that "United States t f
l of'the school faculty and Neil The other half of the family the new base is not primed, and EVl.'COUSECounselor r
America" and "In God We Trust"
Williamson of the field foremenof made a New Year Resolution. But detours will be necessary at inter-. .
will not disappear from the face of
the sugar corporation told It to he won't tell what it is. That's be- vals. However, all detours used are and Attorney, at Law
the, earth as' they did from that
the preacher in Fort Myers New cause he knows in about two' weeks in fair condition and traffic can
I time-worn coin. v '
Year's night. They are now at I'd be saying: "I knew you couldn't move safely and. with only, slight,I Hopkins ,Building

home in the new foreman's houseat keep, It." inconvenience. I Wednesdays and Saturdays
MOORE HAVEN MASONS AND
Ritta plantation and Lucile is On Road No. 15 at Homosassa 9:30 to 4:00
O. E. S. INSALL OFFICERS
back in the school room instillingthe the base is primed and open for
.. .rrrra.arrr
Three ,R's into the heads of rdlnrrrrnrrrr traffic and offers no delay or inconvenience -
the first time in
For many years
the younger generation.The to motorists..
Too Late To Classify'CJ3y the installation services held jointly "TlTTr lELECT
C. E. Robbins started the Road No. 2 at Arcadia was com-
near the beginning of the year
pleted and opened to traffic on De- i.
New their
Year off moving into I
by the local Masonic and Eastern .
new, and not quite completed home.It CJQusell Kay Star lodge chapters were made cember' 15. BRUCEDAVIS t

is something new in the line and of On Road No. 23'near Ruskin,
semi-public a large group I
of small house construction in Irrrll! r1ArrrgrrrrrrrrfirrolIIt's / invited guests were present to view the highway is being relocated.

Clewiston and is very attractive. will get Traffic is able to' use the old road f.W?
funny where a guy the impressive ceremonies used in ; .Jt :

Stuccoed over concrete walls, the an idea :sometimes. Here I was sit- seating the new officers. with no detour. lY: /1ft.f1f;: : i-i>:f diK. '' iffij
1: '* : '
home has a concrete floor cover- ting at my typewriter trying, to fig- On Road No. 22 between Inver fAi"t '!;''.c 1.tft1WZ: JW>;:
The Order of Eastern Star
ed with the new liquid linoleumlike ure what to write for this week's I con- ness and 'Bushnell, constructionwork f >l 1 h ;'I/- z
their 4l
ducted installation first and ? ; ,
substance which gives ,the resiliency column and my so-called mind as will force motorists to use ""f jli w..,.,7;, ji', Mollie Settle installing < >'<' /
with Mrs. acting as I' ; 1j. X@.Jr
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of a: wood floor with the blank as the page before me. I began I officer, Mrs. Gladys Stalls local detours for the present. }ji 1Wf .f w z/'*>;::
durability of concrete. The win- coin the of I Road No. 13 is under I@I : ,
spinning a on edge ,1: : $rriff' }f.{
Marshall Mrs. Esther Klutts construe-I
: as Starke. As ,., ,. .
dow frames, etc., are of steel and my desk as I courted the elusive tion north of In@ : {;ia' '
'as Chaplain and Mrs. Eloise Moore ;t-i" ', K $
of the main trunk lines the workis I'w" ;.
the house Is therefore fireproof.It I I :' '
muse. 0-i .il ; ?
as pianist, the work was carried ;,'X .
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that the road is m. : ,
is also being done so > 1.f ;-
s
termite-proof, vermin and ; w'f.*; .
became I' < ; y
the column and '
Then I forgot #Ni
all theelected
on in detail until of ; .
insect proof and otjier proofs which open to traffic, at 'all times with ,,s' : A1. j'
I absorbed in the coin. It was an d <:,. f. ..XI
officers and the appointed officers '.,." :" ; ,
surface ,
only slight delays during "
are most desirable qualities down I. ", ,'?
old one, a half dollar, worn nearly were seated.. i'I>: >' '%-!/
here.Also smooth. I could make out' the famil- construction.On < '. #$p. ;-ri i'Y1;
Officers installed for the Auburndalethe > : : :riV
the New Year new Road No. 17 at I" l
among movers : ,. "
outstretched Hf.> < :>, ?:"" << .
iar with wings.I
eagle '
were Gene and Addie Mills and year were: Mrs. ,A. W. Lawrence, highway is being placed in a ;:;tI ,- ,'.'it.-o/x< ; < knew the banner he held in his : ",
; >>; .
their two sons who are now in their of Clewiston, worthy matron; Miss new location. Motorists will use the Wb'/ ,{ 20'/: ..
beak Inscribed "E PluribusUnum" I {, ,. :>.{lf.:1q: ; 'zf?: ;.
newly purchased home on Arcade was Ulla Jacobsen, Clewiston, associate old road with short detours for local ;< .1.// :::w."; ,..,,' .: '
"" 't"t :; .
legend'had 1 "
but that 1.P' :
i totally '
matron I. E. Scott worthy patron traffic r .: >>w :
Street.- Al and Florence Hackett ; ; only. .j: 1 < 1 ,
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The of the letters r'qp4
i disappeared. tops
moved into the home which the J. P.. Moore, associate patron; Mrs. Also on Road No. 17 west, of ">4 r4 f7 tF ; I1'
: that had "Half" and "Dellar" <
spelled -
Mills vacated. The Ed Collins Esther Klutts, conductress; Mrs. Tampa, construction work is un- / ::; :

whose, house the Mills purchasedare were still faintly visible. The, Daisy Yoder, associate conductress; derway, but traffic is able to pass .. ]," ., :;(: Wt(% *l ;
"United States of America" and '
in the apartment at the, Harry Mrs. Eloise ,Moore, pianist; Mrs. through the job with 'no detours. r-" ,<"<; lffi9,... "j."'1< -',. :
I most of the ;
stars
Vaughn, home.Clewiston were gone. Molle< Settle, secretary, Mrs. Caro- The construction here is nearly TO GROUP ONE '.,
Then I turned it over to determine line Bales, treasurer; Mrs. Willie complete.On <

Kiwanians are getting the date. I couldn't make it out Mae Didden, sentinel; Mrs. Mary Road No.2, south of Win- FloridaRailroad

swanky-installing officers at the for sure. tI was 1891 or it might Moore, Warden and five star pointsas ter Haven, the road is being plac- ;'

Hollywood Hotel with a floor show I have been 1881. Above "Liberty's"faint follows: Mrs. Gladys Stalls, ed in a new location. Motorists are .

n'everything. Wednesday's 'Miami head I could barely make out Ada; Mrs. Lora Draughn, Ruth; able to use the old road here with CommissionSubject

daily carried a picture of the five the remnants of a letter here and Mrs. Florence Scott, Esther; Mrs. short detours for local traffic.On to Democratic Primariesin

presidents in the South-Eastern division i- there I knew at once read "In God Irene Adkins, Martha; Mrs. Mag- Road No. 183 west of Bay- May ,;:.

of Florida Kiwanis who were We Trust." gie Smith, Electa. shore, the surface construction ,is YOUNG CAPABLE +

installed at the Hollywood And l'' wanted to laugh. What a Following the Eastern Star installation nearly complete and traffic is ableto ENERGETICPd.

ing. It didn't quite do our meet-I motto for, a nation that didn't trust a skit was put on bya pass with no detour and slight Pol. Adv. I IfLORDA

dent justice, but it did serve to anybody, much less an Unknown group of high school studentsand delay. ;,.,.....

correct an impression, gathered Deity. Then suddenly it didn't seem college students spending the On Road No. 64 in Pinellas

from recent local history, that a I funny at all; it became a tragedy. holidays at home. Dressed, as little county, local traffic will be compelled

bald head was one of the pre-re- Here was a nation favored beyondany tots and with Miss Miriam Adkins to detour around culverts

':quisites to the presidency. I other; wealthy, prosperous, I acting as teacher an hilarious under construction.On .

T peaceful; where living standards, school-room scene was enacted. Road No. 27 north of Estero, I 'Jft _e _ .

The Kiwanians returned with the advantages and opportunities sur- The Masonic installation serv- the motorist will have ,to detour I /rUO/HU 'j

unanimous verdict that even thoughIt pass those found anywhere else: : ices followed with J. M. Couse act- around each bridge, on paved sec- .

.be considered a, trifle old-fash young, powerful, free. A< leader in ing as installing officer and ,I. E. tions. :,

ioned they could struggle on education, science, industry and pro- Scott as marshall. C. H. Settle was ,1i

through life without the benefitsof gress-and yet it seemed to lack installed as Worshipful Master; S. i

the Big something and then I asked myselfthe C. Stalls as Senior Warden; Perry Rabbits Eat Much Grass .,
Apple I same question millions of others Lanier as Junior Warden; L. A. Rabbits may be small, but ten of i
Ji'\[ ;
them will eat as much grass and ',
"What's with Senior Deacon Allan G.
Maloy
Radio programs are shifting are asking: wrong ; pasturage as one sheep A R 1 -
about to provide variety to the the country?" Twiddy, by proxy, Junior Deacon,

New Year. We like the True or You know all the answers as wellas J., WSexton, Tyler; R. Boe, Sen- :

False contest program. It not only I r do if you read your newspaper, ior Steward Junior; J.Steward J; Wiggins, by ......................................................................................., : :
tests the contestants knowledge, listen to the radio, or talk to your proxy as and J. P. I si Y't

but gives, a chance to guess cor- neighbor. But those answers are all Moore, Chaplain.-Moore Haven fl.

rectly. The replies are limited to different and not one of them is News.
Good FarmLand !
one word "true" or "false". So correct.

if your knowledge fails you, you The president and his followerstell State Road NotesBy

still have a fifty percent chanceof us big business is to blame. Big

getting a correct answer. business retaliates by bringing the I

And you no longer brush your same charge against Mr Rooseveltand ( W.. M. Parker)

teeth with Amos and Andy. You the administration. Labor pointsan The year of 1937 closed with t

inhale them.Happened accusing finger at capital; Capi all ,records, for highway 'accidentsand for Rent f F

on a program that IB tal denounces labor. So-called 100 % deaths broken. This is a ''record ""

new-at least to us. The Press Re- Americans thump their manly of which none of us are Stop at the

view-which gives both sides of chests and curse the foreign born. proud. We have turned a new page

every burning question of the dayas Democrats blame the Republicansand for 1938, a page which is clean tIotBl VattieALL

expressed by editorial writers Republicans the Democratsand and unsoiled. If every motoristwill

scattered over the United States. so it goes. We elect men to govern resolve 'to drive safely duringthe

The President's speech, for instance then belittle their efforts and coming year, and keep that 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE

came in for quoted com- question their motives. No one whose resolution, the story of 1938 will TrespassersWill :

ments both pro and con, and it views differ from ours Is entitled to have a happier ending; and every I
Be All Outside Rooms With '
was interesting to hear why those : either respect or consideration. motorist is a co-author in the writ

who approved it liked it, and why i I From an upright God-fearing nationof ing of that story.-the tale it tellsis ProsecutedClewiston. Private Bath L ;

those who disapproved It thoughtit industrious men and women we his own. "y j
COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
was poor. Likewise, the laborsituation seem to be developing Into a nation : Road No. 30 is closed to traffic

" likewise the foreign sit- of cliques and groups, each selfishin between Vero Beach and Road No. Overlooking Biscayne Bay i.

uation, etc. Really a very helpful Its own interest, intolerent, dis- 29. Two detours are suggested; i

sidelight on what the nation is trustful, greedy-all eager to tear First, via Fort Pierce to Okeecho-: Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and i:,

thinking and why it is thinking it. down and no one capable of building.And bee and thence north on Road 29 Business Section.
4RATES Ii
the pitiful part of it ''s there to Its Intersection with Road No. !

The government has no monop- isn't anything wrong with the coun- 30; or Second, via Melbourne to ...

oly on the alphabet soup, as we try. The only thing wrong is the people KIssimmee and Haines City. Con-

discovered the following sentence i who live In it. High and low, siderable construction work Is being Realty And $1.50 Single

at the bottom of an advertising 'I rich and poor, native or foreign I done on this road which will

contract: "This contract is sub born, we are all in the same degreeto I necessitate its being kept: closed 'DevelopmentCorporation $2.50 Double .

ject to the standard conditions blame. 'to traffic for some time.

governing advertising contracts and America does not 'owe her growth Road No. 25 is closed to traffic Special Family, Weekly & .

orders, adopted 1920 ,and revised and her glory to any particular between Belle Glade and West I Monthly Rates

1933 by A. N. P. A., P. P. A. of A., group or class or creed. America Is Palm Beach Canal. It is suggestedthat I

A. P. A., and A. B. P. in cooperation a composite picture of every man, motorists detour via Pahokeeto .i S. D. McCREARY, P>oprietorPAGE 1

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1E.-nmAY, JANUARY 7, 1038 rIlE CLEWI8TON NEWS PAGE PIVE

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,'" t:N:N:N:N:N:N:H:N":":":..:":":":":":":":":":":>1"$I Among the teachers who returned I you I day to Fort Myeri. Glade. I

.so ..0 the first of the week for the Now you are laid beneath the sod Carl E. Royer returned from Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stallings

; Personal Mention t_ reopening of school were Miss Mae Sleeping, walking and talking with Tallahassee and left for Miami have returned from two years spentin

Whitten of Sarasota, Miss Saundal God. where he teaches in public schools.G. El Paso, Texas, because of' Mr.
,..'; .:..:++:,..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. Watson of' Quincy, Miss Dorothy Loveland Pettee, Broward Stallings' illness. They are 'at homein

I j' :. ;':t. C. L. Downs and H., R. Hallr Craig of Tarpon Springs and Mrs.G. I Dear Mildred, in all our homes you I Parsons and Onley Hull were visitors .- North. LaBelle. "

,r <, spent the week-end in Miami. B. Thomas and daughter, Mary were a bright star Wednesday in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Roth 'and
t .' Louise, of Safety Harbor. And now away from us you are so children
J. Howard Quick returned Sun- of lampa and her mother

Joe Tom Saunders of Graceville far day from spending the holidays Mrs. E. A.. Morgan of Morganton -
" ; is visiting 'Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. M. F. McGee of Sebring; We will miss your sweet smile and with relatives In Illinois. Ill., were the guests during the

- .... Ezelle. spent Tuesday in Clewiston visit- voice in silence stilled holidays of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
ing Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. Her mother, That place in our homes can never Mr. and Mrs. ,L. O. Gravely spent
I several days last week in Dunncl- Beckemeyer.!
., be filled
more
Mrs. Ella Chappell of Richland,
Mr. and Mrs. 1\[. Valaer of Moore lon. Mr. and Mrs. E.'' W. Myers of
Georgia, who spent several days Those two precious babies you left
Haven of Mr. and Mrs.
1..io were guests I Jacksonville were the New Year's
here as guest In the Ezelle home, with us to stay Mrs. A. L. Taylor, wno has been
Fred
Henricksen New Year's
Day.
1
week-end guests of his brother
i' and
... returned to Sebring with her for a Over them we'll fight and pray un- ill at her home here, is much im-
sister-in-law
Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
F: .," ,1 : Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and visit. 'less God's angel takes them proved. Myers. They all made a trip Sat-
away. The Rev. and Mrs. M'I, D. Al- .
,<.;'Mrs. L. R. Oliphant spent Sunday urday to Fort Myers.;
. ..:/ 'in West Palm Beach. M. E. Morrison, high school instructor derman made 'a trip Monday to
', :, .' and. director of athletics, On this earth, dear Mildred, you Venice to visit relatives. Mrs., S. J. Sirmans and children,

,:. Mrs. P. M. Burns of St. Augus- underwent an ''appendectomy in a can 'be with TIS no more, Julian Bussell and son, E. J. Thelma and Alma of Owensboro,
,
But we're waiting to meet Bussell visited Monday at Alva Ky., Mrs. J. B. Thomas of Felda
/ tine is visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. St. Petersburg hospital during the you on .
M. Prewitt. holidays. He is reported as making the Golden Shore. with Homer Bussell. and W. L. Magill of Detroit, Mich.,

rapid recovery and is expected to So goodbye, dear darling, this is R. L. Roberts of Moore Haven were the Christmas guests of :Mrs

'' ?" :;: Misses: Marcia Avant and Ulla resume his duties in the local schoolin all we can do. I was a business visitor Tuesday in Mary E. Magill.Dr. .

:. Jacobsen and Jones Bryan and Wilbur a short time Mrs. Morrison is Waiting for judgment day, so :we I LaBelle.Mr. W. W.: Weekley and Tom

it+: ",' Goff spent New Year's day in in St. Petersburg with him. will all meet you. ,and Mrs. W. H. Poole spent Miller of'Bainbridge, Ga., were
West, Palm Beach. Mrs. A. J. Herrington. the Christmas holidays with rela- the guests several days last weekof
'. .
J> Miss Betty Spicer, Miss Helen Mamie Remley, tives in Punta Gorda and Arcadia.G. Dr. Weekley's mother, Mrs. 'T.

'. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet and Cafe, Miss Ruth Knight and Miss Tommie Herrington.. Loveland Pettee, Davis Par- P. Weekley and sister, Mrs. Sam

<. :Miss. Runelle McGehee spent tile Beth Nail have returned to Talla- sons and? Onley Hull made a trip Carson.

i:;', .' week-end in Miami as guests of hassee to resume their studies at . Sunday to Pahokee. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Roberts, Mrs.
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11. ;, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rogero. the Florida State College for Wo- Anna Lee Hisler spent the Sam Heath and Byron Roberts

,'.:. men, following the Christmas holidays week-end with her parents, Mr. spent Christmas with relatives in
SCHOOL NEWSBernice
i.r-: Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and which they spent with relatives and Mrs. George Hisler at Olga. Punta Gorda, and Sunday with

: ,>:/ Miss, Virginia Gallant left Wednesday I I in Clewiston. Miss Eloise Johnson is improvingat relatives in Wauchula. They were

;r,":-,,''::-,' for a visit of two weeks in I O'Neal _._.........___-_ Edito her home here following a recent accompanied home Sunday night by .

;3i. :, Cuba.M. TEA AT SCHIFFLI HOME Billie Hooker ............ Ass't Editor serious illness. Ralph Roberts of Punta Gorda who

.: >...,l.. HONORS THREE'; VISITORS Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor Judge W. T. Maddox attendedthe. will spend a few days here.
.. ..
: E. '''VonMach attended a meeting .. football game Saturday in Mi Mr.
: :ih f ................................. .. and Mrs. T..E. Miller had as
;\01 y; ,:\\7" of the county board of pub- Mrs. F. M. Wright and Mrs. O. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :.:..: :.:..:..:..:..:..:. ami.' their guests Mr. and Mrs. M. L.

L.Io(:.: ;".' lie instruction held Saturday af-. F. Schiffli were hostesses yesterday First Grade- Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ritch were Fletcher and children of McAl-

f.z ., ternoon in LaBelle. afternoon at a tea at the homeof Shirley Owen, Clarice Golden and the holiday guests of his parents, pin, Fki., Mr, and Mrs. ,Russell

Mrs. Schiffli complimenting three Vernice Creel were absent Monday Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ritch at Slater. Miller, Mrs. J. H. Miller, Miss Vir-

,'_ Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez will, return 1 visitors in Clewiston, Mrs. R. W. because of illness. ginia Daniels and Berl Daniels, all
soon from her home in Gretna, Watson and, Mrs. W. M. Swoope Mr.. and Mrs. Lonnie Howard of Jacksonville, the Rev. and Mrs.
Virginia Luke of Judson Flor-
: :: Louisiana, where she spent the :of Columbus, Mississippi? and Mrs.P. ; t and their children spent the holidays John Green, Miss Anna: Pell and
ida
and of San Antonio
Bobby
Taylor

r.' ": -, holidays with her daughter, -'Shirley M. Burns of St. Augustine. in Tampa with her parents, the Rev. J. ,Elzie of Durham, N.
Texas have enrolled in
:,:,: ', '- Ruth and other relatives. Invited to be ,with the visitors I I first ,the I Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nordgren.' C., Counsell Miller of 11iami'and'
: were Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. M. i I grade. Mr. and Mrs. George Nordgrenof M. P. 'Miller of Orlando.Mr. .

I Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Campbell and M. Prewitt, Mrs. C. B. Baldwin, I Second Grade Tampa were the New Year's and Mrs. Dennis Small, Mr.
Mrs. A. B. Blume, Mrs. F. Deane Gene' Rosson of Columbus, Geor- week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
: daughter, Rowena, of ,Fort Laud- : and Mrs. Joe Miller, Mrs. Homer
rf; / Duff, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. gia enrolled in the second grade Adolphus Rimes.
:; _., erdale spent Sunday in Clewiston Hand, Mrs. Sam Carson, Mrs. Al-
Briant Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Monday. -- Miss Marie Hampton left Sunday -
,
: visiting their niece Miss' Hazel V'I I
,t-< : van C. Burke, Mrs. James Luckey,
". Prince. C. Owen, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Ruby Ricks was absent Mondayon for Tallahassee. resume her ,
t Mrs. Pearl Evans, Mrs. Cleve C.
,. G. E. Smith, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. I account'of illness. studies at Florida State Collegefor .
: Hamm, Miss Katherine Curry. Miss
C. L. Downs, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. Third GI'ade- Women.
:: Mrs. V. Gram of Tampa, Mrs. R. Genevra Curry, Miss Barbara
:':;.' '.', Boe, Mrs. J. M. Couse and Miss H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Ethel'Hemple" and Marion De- Miss Nellie Weaver returned Hedges, Miss Allie Bee Pollard,

I:'. Bertha Gram of Moore Haven spent and Miss Jean Patterson. Lozier have returned to their homes Sunday to Lakeland where she is ,. Miss Nellie C.ok, the Rev. A. M.
.. in Pennsylvania.Sally a student 'at Florida Southern Col-
:. afternoon here visitingMrs.
Tuesday '- Glisson] R. H. Tabb, 'Louis Burke,
Fred Henricksen. TEA HONORS VISITORS I'I Graham spent the Christ- .
\ lege.Mrs. Ernest Burke, G. R. Hatch and
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r".:. IN PREWITT HOME TUESDAYMrs. mas holidays in Jacksonville.! I James Newcomb has returned -
Roger Miller were among those
Gloria Carmouche has been en- from Muscatine Iowa, where
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham and ?
I I who attended a watch night service!
; I :.-= daughters, Florence and Sally, returned W. C. Prewitt and, Mrs. M. enrolled in the third grade. I she spent several months with rel : New Year's eve at First Baptist
Prewitt entertained at the W. Fourth Grade- atives.
u from a holiday visit in Jack M. t I I church in Fort Myers.
... sonville. ,Miss Ruth Graham, an- C. Prewitt home with a lovely tea The fourth graders are happy to Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Dyess of Mi-

__''.. other daughter, returned and is I Tuesday afternoon' honoring their welcome two new pupils, Renny ami left Sunday after spending the

visiting with them for a few weeks. sister-in-law, Mrs. R. W.' Watson Lee Gramling and. Wilma Jean Christmas holidays with 'her mother -
and Mrs. W. M. Swoope of Colum- Moriarty. Mrs. 'M. E: Forrey.Mr. .- ,- L.. B. 'MershonAGENT

Miss Evelyn Schutz returned bus, Mississippi.Mrs. I Fifth Grade- and Mrs. Louis O. Gravely

'. Sunday from Upper Falls, Mary- F. M. Wright presided at Three new members have joined made a trip Tuesday to Tampa I

, land where she and her ,sister, Mrs. the tea table. our class this week. They are:' Bob- where Mrs. Gravely sought medi- New' York Life

t. Bowers, spent the holidays with I Invited to meet the visitors were by Cormouche from Tuscaloosa, cal attention. I

:.: relatives Mrs. Bowers expects to Mrs.' H. J. B. Scharnberg; Mrs. F. Alabama, Maggie Luke of Hudson, Mrs. J. H. Digwall and Miss Carolyn Insurance CompanyARCADIA

'r,..;+r, return in a few weeks. I Deane Duff, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Florida and Theo Moriarty of' Arcadia I Carter of Albany, N. Y.vis-
I FLORIDA
-,, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. F. I. .Hill, Florida. ited Friday with Mrs. George Pet- '

IIJ Guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. W. C. I Doris Poole has been unable to tee. 'I

: Terrell over the week-end were 1\11'- Owen, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. J. attend school this week because of Miss Edna Hisler and Miss Hattie NORGE REFRIGERATORS
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'',''''. Terrell's mother, Mrs. J. C. Terrell W. ,Ezelle, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs.J. i illness. Hisler were the holiday guests'
Furniture and Home Furnishings
!\ ,' and his brothers, W. Clyde and I If F. Curry, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. !I Sixth: Grade- of friends and relatives. in LaBelie .

F. Morris Ray Terrell and Mrs. W. I H. V. Briant, Mrs. B. A. Bourne I After the holidays, school open and Alva.: ,PHILCO RADIOS

"';' Clyde Terrell, all of Lake City. Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. G. W. ed with all members of the sixth I Mr. and Mrs. Russ Danley and \

. ,: :, .; -- Sparks, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. G. grade* present. A new member, Gil- daughter have, returned from Household FurnishingsInc.
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r yfrN1t4'i-n: ,Mrs. F. .M. Delozier, and children, B. Rackstraw, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, I' bert Carmouche from Tuscaloosa, spending the holidays with rela-

.(; Marion and Billy, who spent sev- Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs.. W. P. Alabama joined us. tives in Pensacola. Following the .

;, }, eral weeks here with Mrs. Deloz- Vaughn, sr., Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Seventh Grade=: loss of their home which was total- i BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA

5;';:' ":", ier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. I. Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Mrs. M. W. We are very glad to have Evelyn ly destroyed by fire Christmas :

C; ;'" Leydig, returned to their home in Bigg, Mrs. A.N.. Gallant, Mrs. B. Miller back in our class. morning, the family are at home ._
:?:; /::" Connellsville, Pennsylvania. I P. Luce, Mrs. C. B: Baldwin, Mrs. Eugene Luke has been 'enrolled with the C. S. Ritch's. ... ,_': :." .__.-:,-"J T.:' '

f :,.p'. Blume, Miss Saundel Watson, Mrs. in our class this year. The Rev. 'and Mrs. A. M. Glisson

r' ::. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt have George Augur, Miss Jean Patterson Eighth Grade- and children returned New Year's I CHANGE RENT RECEIPTS
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y'" :/:", Mrs. R. 'W. Watson and Mrs. become a member of the 8th grade. with relatives in Georgia. fav .
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.,: ;>:.:'r: r: : W. M. Swope of Columbus, Mississippi SHELLEYS ENTERTAIN WITH High School Ne\\s- Miss Edith Arbuthnot of Talla-

:;:; 'r and his father, Benjamin C. INFORMAL NEW YEARS DANCE ( Billy Carmouche has been enrolled hassee spent several days last week

::'" ..-',' '.\;; Prewitt of Tampa. in the tenth grade. with her father, C. L. Arbuthnot
" '.' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley entertained Archie Luke has joined the elev- and Mrs.Arbuthnot..

Mrs. L. H. Robbins returned the with an informal dance at enth grade. I Mr. and Mrs. Barney Barron

:-.':,. first of the week to Benson Springs their home New Year's Eve. The Ruth Graham from Jacksonvilleis were the Christmas week-end

where she is spending the winter. living rooms were decorated with visiting her sister' Florence. guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.;
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.,.?....' She was a guest during the holiday blue and silver in a most. attrac- I Can You Imagine J. B. Hendry in Tampa. I I I t l -
' .: season of her daughter, Mrs. tive arrangement. I Billie with a permanent? Mr. and Mrs. Reason L. Hampton -

,- J. E. Beardsley and her sons, Joe Invited were Mr.. and Mrs. C.: R. I Roberta with a boy friend? and Mr. and Mrs. Milburn p AN

"7. Robbins and C. E. Robbins. Cruze, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner, I Jack with curly hair? Rudd attended the theatre Sun- OUR BUDGET
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. : Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mr. I Pat having a watch. (Bet Gaudyis day night in Fort Myers. ,
'< .," Bob Beardsley drove to Gaines- and 'Mrs. Ed Colyer, Mr. and Mrs.B. glad) ? Miss Inez Magill and her. broth}

::,.:'.: : ville this week-end to take several J. Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. C. Martha Nell on time today? er, W. L. Magill of Detroit, Mich.,
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: :. : Clewiston boys back to the E. Nail, Miss Marge Hood, Mr. and Wonder 'hy- spent Friday and Saturday in Miami It Is as simple as it sounds

t r.i University of Florida after the hol- Mrs. J. B. Miller and E. E. Kelly.A Fienchie hasn't quit school yet? with friends.Mr. too. All you need is a modest

y rl:,; ". idays. Included in ,the party were Stud likes' Pahokee so, well (or is and Mrs. P. R. Baggett of down payment.Then the bal-

:;", .': Bob Patterson, Richard Bestor and CARD OF THANKSWe .It Pahokee.; Stud ) Williston, D. C., P. R. jr., and G. repayable ance is spread monthly over a just period like

{,:,_:'y James W. Beardsley. Mildred and Mary have new B. Baggett of Jacksonville were the rent. No worry,.no bother-
K., .. want to thank the good Ii watches (can it be the boy Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. and you have something to
ir:. Mrs. R. H. Rowan and a party people of Clewiston for the many friend's) ? L. Williams. "show for your money.Whetheryourincome.

, "'; of friends of Jacksonville: visitedher deeds of kindness and floral of- Miss Schultz won't tell about Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Graves, Mrs.C. small
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; father, Foster Meredith, here ferings in the sad hour of the her Christmas vacation? O. Thomas and daughter, lone or large, you can find the

,;: this week. Her sister, Miss Eunice death of our granddaughter and Daniel and Morris were argu- and .'W'. Christy attended the exact home afford for the monthly.amount If

S, ',,' Meredith, accompanied her on. her niece. May God bless each and ev- ing about Julia? theatre New Year's eve in Fort you you want can to build, use our

' {F .. return to Jacksonville and will visit ery one with the richest blessings.Mrs. Owen likes to skate so well? Myers. Home Owners' Consultation
'.:',.'.",.:u for several weeks. A. J. Herrington, Gaudy and Chris are having late Mrs. Delbert Gilmore and Mrs. Service for ideas-without

/ : grandmother, dates now? Priscilla Carson of Immokalee obligation. Learn now how

i., Mrs. Flora Dean of Wilmington, Mrs. Mamie Remley, spent 'the week-end in LaBelle with easily you can favorable own your prices.homeat

North Carolina, is spending several Tommie Herrington, LaBELLE NEWS Mrs. learl: Curry. They all madea present

": t weeks in Clewiston visiting her Jacksonville, Fla. trip Monday to Fort Myers.
daughter, Mrs. Win. H. Lanier and Mrs. Donald Hawkins, Mrs. W.

':. Mr. Lanier. Also guests of the IN MEMOKIAM MILDRED DAVIS Harold Moore spent Christmas A. Wells and Mrs. Bob Isom of Clewiston Federal
:: .. Laniers during' the holidays were in Gardner with relatives. Fort Myers visited Friday in La-

Mrs. Lanier's brother, E. D. Anderson Dear Mildred, it is God's will we Byron Roberts and Jack Lewis Belle with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. and Loan
Savings
"'j':.;.: .::', Mrs. Anderson and their I must ,obey. spent New Year's day in Miami.C. Hampton and Mrs. Bessie Fra:;ier.
.i/:,.-: ."children, Donald, Ann and David, ofI' He wanted you with him to stay. O. Thomas spent Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Reason L. Hamp- AssociationWiThO
;"':>:': Wilmington and Miss Carrie Saunders I You fought your battle brave an-1: Wednesday in Tampa, on business. ton, Miss Mildred Hill, Miss Nellie -

: of Rocky Mount' North Caro- true DIr and Mrs. L. M. Jennings and Weaver and Harry Anderson

I I' "" Tina' And bore, your pain till God called! daughter. -. ,, Joan. made., a., trip.. Mon spent New Yea'I '5 eve. +In-. Belle -- .. -


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is some commendation that we

Frank Merriwell at FardaleBy have avoided to characterize any

Swift.person without long experience. I I


A wise man sees as much as he I''

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GILBERT PATTEN a a The Original BURT L. STANDISH .

Love is but another name for that
Gilbert Patten WNU Service inscrutable presence by which the

soul is connected with humanity._
W. G. Simms.

Delay is cowardice and doubt
I despair.-Jf'hilehead.

CHAPTER VIM-Continued ing hands over her eyes, but she urally curious about the details ot appealed to his pride. 1 told him he The generous heart should scorn a

-13- took them away and looked at him I what had happened when Inza's would look to me like an all-around pleasure which gives others pain.-

On the road, he saw them pass without saying a word. horse ran with her, but he escaped quitter if he did that, not just a Thompson. ,

over the crest of the hill, Inza still Nothing had ever happened in seeming to be offensive by laugh- fellow with a silly fear of dogs. Either I will find a way, or 1 will

clinging fast to the saddle and Fardale to cause quite such a sensa- ingly saying he would let Inza tell it That was how I got under his skin make one.-Sir Philip'Sidney.AllPurpose .

Hodge urging his horse in the effort tion as Frank's performance in herself... and made him give me his word not r

overtake. her. snatching Inza off a runaway horse She came down shortly in a dainty to quit." II

Frank talked to his horse, encouraging just before the animal crashed into frock that had bewilderingly altered "But your brother said you were

him, and the creature the crossing gate and went down her appearance. hot over the piece that appeared in Gloves

seemed to understand. It took the with a'broken neck. The story of Outwardly at least, she had the newspaper later. He said you Crocheted LengthwiseNimble

hill grandly. It had stamina as his battle with the mad dog had shaken off, the shock of her unpleasant were ready to fry Hodge."

well as' speed. been given .a kidding twist by Pete ..adventure. "Well, I was. 1 go off the deep

Coming over the crest, Merry Smith that had caused skeptics to "But I've forgotten all about end that way sometimes, before I fingers are busily cro-

saw them again. Now Inza was chuckle or scoff, but this was dif- Walter," she said, laughing. "That'sme get all the angles on a thing. I cheting these lovely wooly gloves

fighting her frightened horse and ferent. Too many eye witnesseswere the champion forgetter. Some- hadn't seen the newspaper then, and that so closely follows the vogue.

Bart was gaining. Again Frank prepared to silence doubters. body's sure to tell him about the the way I heard it Bart had said They're quick to do-two flat iden-

urged his flying mount to fly still Merriwell] took Inza home in Tony runaway, and he'll turn a hand the old dog was merely sick and tical 'pieces whipped together-
spring. So I'm with a gusset for that wrist flare.
faster. And, the splendid creature Accero's taxi after making sure the going to phone him not mad at all, but when I read it
now and let him know I'm all okay. found Use either yarn or string for end-
flew still faster. stout-hearted horse he had ridden Silas Gleason had said that.
Then, above the staccato drum- would be taken back to Snpdd's. I'll make it snappy, Frank. Then I had another talk with Bart."

ming of the animal's feet on the Hodge, covered with dirt and gasping Mrs. Clayton smiled as Inza "Just turned, yourself into a

brown road, he heard another sound from his run, staggered up justas danced lightly away into the next guardian angel, eh?"

that gave his nerves a nasty jerk.It Frank was helping her into the room to telephone. "She's" always "I'm no angel, Frank. I'll never Jy J.ri./ % ,t

was the distant whistle of a loco- car., making things snappy, she ob sprout wings. But I felt there was I

motive. The whistle of the Limited. "Is-is she all right?" Bart pant- served. "She can turn a dull mo- a mystery about him that I wantedto
ment into a blaze of'fireworks when
ed. "I I tried to-
There were crossing gates, of pry into. So I got out my'pry
to.
she wants
course, but Inza's horse, now 'crazed "You did all you could to stop her excused and went to work. Maybe that
She herself now, and Inza
and blinded by terror, would crash horse, "Merry admitted. "I saw found Merry alone, in the library wasn't nice, but I did it. Now,

into them'unless stopped or turned. you try. when she returned. She Frank, I'm going to tell .you some
The picture of a' frightful tragedy Inza was still too shocked and him came things in strict confidence, 'and I
straight to and him both
impending brought" Frank's heart dazed to say anything at all, but of her warm hands. gave wouldn't do it if I wasn't sure you'll
before her home was reached she never spill of
into his mouth. one them to another
"Now she said .
"we've got to J./
But Hodge was__gaining! fast now. __ h'.u/. .-.. ....... .....m..... 1. ..0' find out where we go from here living soul-Bart" much less than ,
He was close. Urging his mount and there's only one- way to do it. anybody

with hand and voice, he was draw- I've got to talk to you about Bart Merriwell was uncomfortable. He .

ing alongside. He reached for the Hodge. I want to tell you why I didn't feel like being made the .< )t 4 Y. 4 .,

bridle of Inza's horse-and missedit. asked you to be friends with him." sealed receptacle of Hodge's per- 4. J

The animal he bestrode had Inza's words Frank small sonal secrets, but she went on swiftly )
swerved. Off he went to sprawl in gave a : !
jolt. She had kept him there to
the dust of the road. '
talk about Bart Hodge, and that was "Already, before coming here {C i'+U-t'4k' !
The Sabbath quiet of Fardale was not so good. Almost anything else, he'd made a flop in two schools, ':.1I

shattered by the mad clattering ofhorses' he thought, would be better. and that had ,turned his father .1n.1i
on'the town's main him. ;.1i i
feet She saw a faint cloud pass over against His dad's one of those
street. Persons astir were electri- narrow hide-bound men without un- i
his face and spoke again quickly: i
fied as they saw the runaway, "Now don't get me wrong, Frank. derstanding or sympathy. I'd say !
with Inza still to he's I,
frantically fighting s Wait till a cold fish. -
:3 you've listened in on what
check it, go tearing along that street ': ra 'I'm going to tell you." "He inherited money and never Pattern 5676. !\

toward the railroad crossing. They : She made him, sit down again and did anything else to speak of. All less durability. Just wait till you ,!

shouted or were dumb with the then seated herself in front of him, his life he's been living by a pat- see how easy they are to do! In 1

shock as they saw the pursuing where they could talk quietly and tern, and he gets sore because his pattern 5676 'you will find direc'I
boy his face white and set, furiously -
confidentially."I son doesn't do so too. They don't tions for making these gloves; an !
urging his straining horse to
know what you've thought' of hook up very well. Bart's father illustration of them and of all i

greater efforts.. my friendliness with Bart, for I'm I never had a wild bone :in his body, stitches used; material require- t
The Limited 'close to
making a
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not dumb even if you've imagined and so he,can't get it when his only ments.
mils a minute, whistled for the
so." hopeful flies high and goes into a To obtain this pattern send 15
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crossing.The
t He flushed. Was she a mind- nose dive or a crack-up. Every cents in stamps or coins (coins
the
crossing man saw run reader? time that happens he puts fire un- preferred) to The Sewing Circle,
away coming, with the pale-faced "
"I'm going to betray a confidenceto der Bart. Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th
and almost exhausted 'girl fighting ----- ,
with the last bit of her ebbing -. S you," she went on frankly, "But Bart's mother-" Street, New- York, N. Y. '

strength to check the fear-mad q "though 1 didn't mean to do so un- "She's 'dead. He's, got a step- Please write your name, ad-

dened creature. He saw Frank Mer- 4// til today-until 1 heard you give mother." dress and pattern number plainly.

riwell coming also, driving his own !/ ;j r/GJ> M Bart credit for doing his best to stop "Well now maybe that explainsit. t1Don't

mount in a final spurt to reach Inza ".W'" .....r.ow.mnm"'. M. my runaway horse. That proved ."
something to me, something I ,Neglect ColdRub
before her, horse should crash into was "But it doesn't. She's a
not the
the lowered gate bars. "Now, Don't Forget, Not a Wordto pretty sure of before. It provedyou're kind of
a step-mother
My Father." ,fair you're think- soothing, warming Musterolewell
And the flying Limited, roaring j i. enough, generous ing about. Only for her Bart into your chest and throat.

through Fardale, would reach the had recovered enough to warn dues.enough,And to give it makes an enemy different his just wouldn't be still trying." Musterole is NOT just a salve. It'sa
you
crossing a split-second after the run- Frank not to tell her. father what almost "Then you believe he's trying, In "counter-irritant" containinggood
from every other fellow I old-fashioned cold remediesoil
away must hurtle head-on againstone had happened. za?" -
of those bars. ever met. of mustard, menthol, camphor -.
Even if the bar withstood the "He's an invalid," was her ,ex His flush deepened. "I've never "Sometimes, but he's han i- and other valuable ingredients.

shock, nothing could keep the girl planation. "He's had a nervous found it gets you much to knock' capped. He was brought up as a J That's why it gets such fine results
breakdown and we don't let him rich man's son and he's apt to be -better than the old-fashioned mus-
from catapulting the horse'sheadover anybody, even an enemy, he said.
over
hear anything that'll upset him in "Maybe I should have said intolerant. That's the way I size tard plaster. Musterole penetrates,
the bar and to the espe-
on him." stimulates, warms and soothes, help-
the least. We've never told him
railroad track. cially an enemy. For when you ful in drawing out local congestionand
what happened that day in Mr.Snodd's "Well, what-"
The gate tender gasped and knock an enemy people know you've pain. Used by millions for 30
ygrove. The doctor won'taUow got it in for him and the knock hasa "Wait a minute Frank. Let me years. Recommended by many doctors
waved his red frantically. It
flag
him even to read the news- kick-back that hits you right be- lay it all on the line first. Bart and nurses All druggists'. In
was a useless, a ridiculous thing to "
papers. tween the eyes. So maybe in my went in for sports against the wishesof three strengths: Regular Strength,
do. Like puffing against a hurri Bernard Burrage was taking his case you should call it a plain bit his father, who never took any Children's (mild), and Extra Strong.
cane. daily} afternoon rest in bed when interest in athletics.
of sense instead of generosity, In- Now his father -
But the long run had told on In- they reached the house., and that za." lays Bart's flops to the time. Heed Not
za's horse a little. Her last des made it easier for Inza, who had I
he's football
"Well, then it's your plain sense spent on baseball and A hungry dog and a thirsty
perate effort to check him had feared her own nervous condition
I'm going to shoot at, Frank." Her other things outside the usual cur- horse take no' heed of blows.
slowed him up some. It was enough might cause him to suspect some- riculum. And he's threatened that
smile was compelling and he knew I
let Frank
to come alongside. He thing.
one more blow-out is going to bo
he was falling for the spell of it.
cried: "Now, don't forget, not a word to just too bad for Bart."
"I had to work fast to little
"Lean this Let Now!" father should he awaken get a
way go my ,
sense into Bart's head the day he "But I don't see how 1 can-" SO PURE EXCEEDS
Until that
moment she hadn'tknown Frank, she pleaded.
took to his heels and left you to "But you can do a lot for Bart THE RIGID
in "
he was pursuit, but some- "Not a word, replied Frank. .
protect me from that mad dog. and all you need to do. now is over, REQUIREMENTS OFTHEU.S.PHARMACOPOEt
thing-though she did not seem to For the time she with-
being look his bad breaks and keep shooting
think all made "He came here to see that
at her obey instant- me "jO
held some of the truth from her if straight with ,him. He'll com LJI
afternoon, and ever a fel-
ly. very
aunt, who was the housekeeper. She round in time. I've seen signs of it .
He had low, was sunk he was. You can'timagine
come 'up on her right and
merely said that her horse had become already. He has admitted to me
now he caught her out of the saddle how humiliated and
frightened and run with her grudgingly, that you're not the sort
with his left arm. That arm held ashamed he was, Frank. He cameto
and that Frank had saved her froma of fellow he figured "
you were.
her, dangling, tight against him as nasty accident. say good-by, for he had made up Hope Walks Forward
he surged on the right rein of his his mind to get out of Fardale be- "But you've asked me to be Walk with hope or you walk
horse. "I'll tell her the whole of it later, fore the sun went down. He knew friendly with him, Inza, and 1 can't backwards.-Devonshire Proverb.BLACKMAN .
when I'm not in such a, funk imagine our ever getting
They just missed the rear of the myself just what he'd made himself look on that
"
she said to Merry when Mrs. basis.
one motor car that had stopped like, and he just didn't have the
some: distance back from the gate. Clayton left the room for a minute.He stomach to face it out in the school. "You never can tell whatll| hap- I
would have left her then and Frank. Don't 1 know'
pen, itl! He
The Limited 1 to him
boomed over the was ready burn up my- &
returned to the school but she asked was all shot over his failure to stop
-+ crossing as horse, rider and rescued self 1, was just waiting to do it.
girl disappeared into a nar- him not to go so soon.; That was why I'd seen him at all. my horse, and he gave you an awful Stock and Poultry Medicines f

row alleyway between two small "I've just got to have a talk with Then he told me that all his life, queer look when you said so
promptly he had done his best. The Are Reliable-
wooden buildings. you, Frank, she declared earnestly. ever since, he could remember, he
People were coming, on foot and "We've got our wires all crossedup. had had an unreasoning fear of story isn't going to sound so good S Blackman's Medicated Lick-
Please wait for to out of for him, but you can make it sound A-Brik. ,
in autos breathless with excite- me get dogs. It had made him hate all
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ment. this rig and into something else. I dogs. And suddenly I understood, better by telling how he tried.That'll Blackman's Stock Powder
soothe his fallen
They found the boy and girl at won't be long." for 1, too, am silly that way. 1 tle. Won't you do that pride much a, lit at Blackman's Cow Tonic

the end ot the blind alley, which It was queer, or maybe it wasn't have to force myself not to be afraidof least?" Blackman's Hog Powder i iII

was cut off by a shed. He was but he was willing enough to wait. dogs 1 know are perfectly harm- Blackman's Poultry Tablets

standing on the ground, his arm There was something about her and less. A ridiculous little Dachshundcan Frank laughed now, his spontane. o Blackman's Poultry Powder

still round the girl, holding her up.: he was beginning to think it was give me panicky jitters just by ous, infectious laugh. "Why, that'll .Blackman's Lice Powder

Near them stood the sweat-covered more than the fact that she was yapping at me. Isn't 'it goofy, be easy, Inza." And I'd do much

horse its sides heaving. such a positive stunner, that now Frank!" more for you.Laughing Highest Quality-Lowest Price

Frank was speaking to Inza as made him ready to do more than a "But Hodge has some other qualities also, she flung out he Satisfaction Guaranteed or

calmly as he could \thich was not little waiting.So that are not so admirable, either hands again, impulsively, and back

very calmly; for now he was very he sat in the pleasant library ," said Frank caught his hands. "Now." she said, your money

much shaken himself. He was telling and talked 'to Mrs Clayton, who revealed "I know. I'mjcoming, to them. "1 guess we've got those crossed BUY FROM YOUR DEALER ,

her she was all right which herself to him as a widow But first let me tell you how I had wires all clear, Frank. "Let's not BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. :

he realized was quite needless to 'and Mr Burrage's sister.Of to go to work on him to make him get them snarled up again. I

tell her. She was holding her shak- course Mrs. Clayton was nat- give up the idea of running away. I TO BE CONTINUED Chattanooga, Tenn. '-l ._. .

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,'.;', .' It NOW, YA CAN Cable cord for the corded seams
,y?", \ ,:'' PUCK IN TO ? may be purchased at notion coun-
;:':o, ';)''4qr'". A WARM \D ters. Prepared bias trimming may
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;.,';' .T., C oySOMETHING'S SPOT FER be used for the cord covering. For generations, fine cooks
' AWHILE/ throughout the South have preferred
< Baste the covering over the cord, Jewel Shortening. A Special Blend
,, .. E as shown here at A; then place of choice vegetable fats and other
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the covered cord in the seam, as bland cooking fats Jewel actually
>< By Ted o shown, and stitch as at B, using creams faster, makes more tender
baked foods, than the costliest types
the cording foot of your machine. of shortening. You get better results
>\>/: O'Loughlin Every Homemaker should havea every time. Look for the red carton.

.. copy of Mrs. Spears' new book,

<,,,..' ,. QWNU o SEWING. Forty-eight pages of
step-by-step directions for making

slipcovers and dressing tables
WRO>>(.i- HUH// AERIAL'S ;
WITH THIS RADIO- L ALL' RIGHT YET? restoring and upholstering chairs,
' The \ BET THE AERIAL LEAD-IN IS couches; making curtains for every -
; IS DOWN- wlLL-y011'RE OKAY- type of room and purpose.
, ......:' THAT NEAV/ NOT JOINS UP Making lampshades, otto-
rugs
'. SNOW-- ON THE ROOF FAVORITE OF THE SOUTH
F IM THISWEATHER mans and other useful articles for
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.: .' E7 When a cold strikes ,i
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don't take needless risks
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<;<':;:, T c Treat Colds. .


';"..' H. II II II1 ,. This PROVED Way

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ER WHY has been doubly provedfor direct through the skin like a poul-
you...proved by everyday use tice. At the same time its medi-
IJ in more homes than any other cated vapors-released by the
IS THE AERIAL.
medication of its kind; further warmth of the body-are carried
,, ":<:', DOWN, DEAR Z -- proved by the largest clinical tests direct to the irritated airpassageswith
H ever made on colds. (See full details every breath.
,l in each VapoRub package.) This double action loosens
Iill Only Vicks giver phlegm-relieves Irritation and
: :' coughing-helps break local con-
E orisf.the gestion.Repeat.
,..'', .\.., BYOU external treatment at bedtime.
Q t men t. No After restful sleep comes VapoRub
r A \\1 "-no risk keeps right on working,hour after
rr--i upsets. hour.Often,
Simply massage it on the throat, by morning
D chest and back (as illustrated). the worst of V''KS-
1: : Relief starts almost at once.You the cold 13THE
begin to feel warm and comfort- over.
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\-t J':: ByOsborne SPECIALSYou
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can depend on tire special sales met*
:, ,.i ; chants of our town announce in columnsof
this paper.They mean money saving to our readers. It always pays to patronize
: merchants who advertise.They are not afraid of their merchandise or their prices.
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Meeting HeldContinues I Elements in Sun'' The, Rosetta Stone :;
Most of the elements found on the Rosetta stone, which sup..' 1-

( :from: :rage 1)- Budd Delivers New Reading Train I earth, like iron, sodium and cop- plied the key for deciphering :

per, are also in the sun. scientists Egypt's ancient monuments, was .:

- I first of December. This discharge have determined. l found by a Frenchman in 1799. ';,,:

would not' 'interfere 'then'with -the


fishing at Stuart. .... .
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that a level of sixteen feet, or bet-- ,
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ter would not be disastrous to themif .

the hurricane gates in the old "t'. ",\ :'.;
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canals were kept closed L.f.. '.',

Lilly, presenting, the Tanner .'-4Y .J.-

Fisheries at Moore Haven .told Mr. I ....... \ J :
Nelson that commercial fishing Interests ;,'
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Mr.- Nelson stated' that the discharge : ,; .
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would probably be cut off "

as soon as lake level of sixteen '
feet is" reached about the first },; '

"of February. Stuart's request that > 1\t!

St. Lucie locks be closed immedi- ti u( : {"; < : 'W'WPrinting
locks I ,
be ately kept and open the for Moore the full Haven discharge : : .. <{

\Hid not meet with the approval of \ .

the farmers of the east and south I -, ",''-.,:!"- -

shore or the islands who"feel that ;' -

no time should be lost In loweringthe I i "A4

lake level.: : # : :
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The group, for the most part, rt. I \-' r I

expressed their sympathy for the k1. 1', ;i,

engineers in trying to maintain an t ) ; i.\2i
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equable level for all Interests and f :; ,

H. A. Bestor, engineer for the Unit J ," !, .,' ,".., f ,<\'' ,
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ed States Sugar Corporation gave : >:,: ;' .:fi ;"
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to many problems: which had to I ; > :. ". '-,..-, ':" .,'
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to many problems which have to ''
be overcome and the business-like
HAROLD' G. HOFF- ernor Hoffman is pictured, right
manner in which the engineers had I GOVERNOR
Jersey headed a with E. W. Scheer, president of the
set about solving them. He predicted -
list of distinguished: guests Monday, Reading Company. Inset is Mr.
that in the of two or ,
course
November 29, in Philadelphia when Budd pictured at the microphone as
three years all the ordinary prob- the 'new Reading stainless steel he broadcast an address making

lems of control would be solved.Alm'ost ; streamlined train was- delivered at formal delivery of the new train to

everyone present had ceremonies in Reading Terminal'by officials of the railroad. The new .

their part in the discussion but Edward G. Budd, president of the train will make two round trips
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nothing definite was decided by Ddward G. Budd Manufacturing daily between Philadelphia'and New ,

the meeting. However a pretty Company, which built the cars. Gov- York, Liberty Street station; MerIt
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definite idea. was gained as .to the z' ., ,...

feelings in the matter of each section :

and each Interest around the -
lake. .' yond the levee and spend the day boat, thirty-five feet in length with n: : -,:-

fishing in nearby waters. This week three foot draft and' ten foot beam.

Mr. Cooper showed his appreciationof :
Better Stock Prices- r.
this courtesy by presenting eachof Take It or Leave It
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the engineers with whom he Jud Tunkins says you learn to take ; ;

(Continued From Page 1) had become acquainted with an autographed the world as you find it after think- *' ?$'* i y'v" ,,'-c-,'.'' '. : -. '

than 'the number oh hand a year copy of one of his books. ing the matter over and,, realizing

earlier.: The 1937 spring pig crop Mr. Cooper telephoned Fred A. that there's no choice, this being

was about 12% larger than that Flanders, engineer- charge of the only world any, of us has actually 4 i?

of the 1936, while the 1937 fall I the Moore Haven locks Wednesday succeeded in finding.IN r'y

pig crop was. only slightly larger 1 morning and told him that he and ,_ \ See. > .' ,
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than the 1936 fall crop. Florida's I Mr. Beach had found everything COUNTY THE, CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT IN CHANCERY, HENDRY '

1937 corn crop "'was somewhat larger to be desired here except a few ELLA :MAE BAXTER' ; Complainant,, > }ii 'a X'L' : i
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than that of 1936, but abnormally I copies of their books and later in D. BAXTER Defendant.It \ t ;: ; < : :

low yields'of peanuts prob- the, day he, personally delivered the appearing' by affidavit appended .. ':rt-m-M ." ; :' ,, ". I, "' '1.r I.'. -"
ably resulted in a lower total sup- copies. Each was a different typeof to the sworn bill filed in the : ; "

ply of hog, feed than for the pre- book and contained the name of above cause that the residence, post ;'r ;" < i : .
office address and place of abode of .
vious year. Because of the smaller the man for whom it was intended the defendant Nathan D. Baxter, that 1 r
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feed supply, most of the hogs I and was autographed by Mr. there is no person in the State of : -.,: .: .1
Florida service of a summons In
will be marketed earlier this season Cooper. One of the books was a chancery upon whom would bind such );

and consequently lighter, which copy just off the press'', "The Pio defendant; it is therefore ordered
i that the said defendant be and he
will probably result in relatively neers" and was marked "Published is hereby required to appear to the ;

lower prices for' the unfinished animals in January 1938". Recipientsof Bill or of Complaint before Monday filed in the such 7th causeon day The_ (7eMow \Elews, ;:: :. ;

these books were Mr. Flanders, of February A. D. 1938 otherwise the ,'. :
bill will be takenas ,;
allegations of said !
Melvin N. B. -Lee and ClydeS. '
Pape,
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'CITRUS SALES XOTES Cooksey. 'It is further ordered that this order -
be published once- a week!: for
Tam'pa, Dec. 31.-A: summary of I'I'B'oats 4 consecutive weeks in the Clewiston

Florida citrus sales in the east- On WaterwayMoore News a. newspaper published in said
County and State.
ern andmidwestern auction mark This 6th day of January, 1938.

ets for the week just closing, end- I I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
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( : Democrat) Clerk Circuit Court.'
Ing Dec. 31st, with a brief review
The yacht, Gryphon, of Chicago, I LOUIS O. GRAVELY
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of shipments affecting same, follows ..
Solicitor for Complainant.Jan. -- -- ---
: came through on Thursday of last I 7-14-21-28 Feb. 4. : :,: ,_; __, q __ ... i_ -- ,_ :_,: ::; : if ff '
week en route to Miami. This boat,
Florida interstate shipments by I .
preceding owned by G. Fleischaker and with --
all carriers the week
G. Hoviak as master, was a thirty-
(ending Dec. 25) dropped 1939
five ton vessel, sixty-eirrht feet in
cars to a total of 1950 for the
length, draft four and a half feet,
week, consisting of 1100 cars or- beam thirteen feet 'and with threein DOES YOUR CAR STAll EASilY ?

anges, 375 of grapefruit and 475
crew and three passengers.On .
of tangerines.
Friday theToots, an auxiliary -
Florida sales in all the auction
sloop of Miami came through
markets this week totaled 606 cars, 4t
returning to the home port. Capt.
245 less than last week, with all
Frank Watson is the owner and
varieties showing slight advancesin
master. This isa three-ton, boat, I
price averages, except regular
seventeen and a half feet in length ;
grapefruit in standard boxes lower. -
and seven foot beam. s. a 4

The first yacht of the New Year
ORANGES: There were 191 cars I
was the Sea Lark of Palm Beachen
regular oranges in standard boxes,
route to Miami. J. E. Hamilton IIi rtLoVJ
sold, averaging $2.28 a box, 101 -
was the owner and Arthur
.cars less with the price up 14c. For
the Hamm, master This was:; a forty-
corresponding week last year
I eight ton boat, seventy-four feet"
they averaged $2.52 and same week
two ; long, fifteen foot beam. Had a
years ago, $2.88. Other orange
sales included 64 cars indian Riv- draft of five and a half feet, anda I

of five and two .
crew
passengers.On
er variety at $2.81 a box, an ad- I
Sunday the Little Anahita", a
vance of 12c and 24 cars two- I
bushel fourteen ton boat from Miami bp- '_ :4
Bruce boxes for $2.28 a :
box, up 12c a box. California or- longing to Eclyn Realty corpora-I \ "
tion and with Capt. B.
ange sales amounted to 238 cars,
bringing in charge came through en routeto 'JI
an average price of $2i37
w a box, 'a drop of lie. Miami. The cruioeras;, forty-

I I two feet in length, nine foot oeam, -p-- ( \ '-"
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three foot draft. There were throe I '
Cooper .. ,
Autographs in the crew and no passenger: ...M.;::1 1.,'
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Books For '
EngineersMoore from Maraaroneck, N. Y.,; passed: "t :

through en route to Fort Alycn. -'. '1:: -

( Haven Democrat) Owned by B. S. Rosenbauin and ',: f:" .- ... }
Courtney Riley: Cooper, famous with Capt. Earnest Easton in com- z. '. -f':':: ,
s 1.a;
novelist and authority on criminology mand. A nineteen-ton, fifty foot J .
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who spends his winters in (I vessel, thireeen. footbeam and ( I""

.sebring,_ has made several visitsto draft of four feet. Carried three

Moore Haven this winter, usually I passengers.On .

accompanied by the equally famous Wednesday the Shearwater,

novelist Rex Beach. Throughthe I a Philadelphia cruiser made its

courtesy of the engineers on I I second trip through the waterway 6SOUMr
6utf LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
duty; at the government lock reservation -I and stopped overnight in Moore zMat 6000

they have been permitted Haven. It "was returning to Fort R1ta" POWER .
INCREASES SAVES
: to .. enter ,the anI I I Maw w .
grounds at Lauderdale. ,R. T.. Levin is the owner ,
early hour, launch their boat be- and master. This Is a s4v'}n ton 't WEAR."W

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