The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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r' Invitations to 100 golfers in The Clewiston Community exhibit -

the Everglades area were sent out at the Hendry County Fair, '
11' this week by the Clewiston Golf I
being held in LaBelle this weekIs
Club to take part in the Everglades
'1 ,f'1': Golf Championship Tournament to a definite credit' to the commun-

be held at that, club beginning next ity and a shining example of what

I Sunday: January 23. can be done in a short space of

The meet opens with ,Qualifying time by a few diligent workers

Rounds, being played from the 23rdto I4! and a little organization.The +

r the 29th with Match Play start I Fair is being sponsored by

30. One roundof the LaBelle High School and the
; ing Sunday, January I ,na ''"4. :' .. i ,
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match play will be run off ,each. I ) .''Y. ''k I LaBelle Parent-Teachers Association -

week until the meet is finished. I / A I Although it is known as the

Although no official Everglades: Hendry County Fair, the first local -

Championship has ever been held I knowledge of it came' through

before, O. G. McWhorter, Belle I I a newspaper_, story in the News

: Glade's cross-hand swinger, is generally last week. On Tuesday of this

/ 1:1: accepted as the present week a group of the LaBelle Par-
: mythical title-holder, having won ent-Teachers: Association called at

.- r both the Clewiston and Lake Okee- the local school ,and on the; local,

chobee Club's championships in Parent-Teacher officers and asked

} 1937. McWhorter is expected to be them to prepare an exhibit from

;' on hand in an effort to make his Clewiston for the 'fair.
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\ championship laurels official. Other The next afternoon a truckload

': favorites expected to enter and of exhibit material accompaniedby

,-, ':" give Mac plenty of, trouble are For- Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. E. L.

: rest Banning and John Thomas of Stewart and A. E. Oliver was sent

;, Pahokee Lou Betzner, Ernest Van I to LaBelle. 'Two > booths were prepared -

:';:' ,- Landingham and Arthur' Wells of I one from the communityand

,, Belle Glade, and the Shelley brothers I -Dame i one from the United States
West Palm Beach.
,: of Clewiston, Emmett and Tom. Photos. i Sugar corporation. The community

'.,. Emmett lost to McWhorter in the i it Crusher and Grinding Rolls at. Clewiston Sagar-noose, Largest In Continental United States. I booth contained vegetables-beans,

semi-finals of the Lake Okeecho-I The cane-sugar plantations in : ;25, or State Roads 8 and 67, west of Belle Glade almost to I(peas, cabbage,- dasheens, celery,

:. bee meet last year, while the Everglades are now at the : traversing the center of the State, Moore Haven are thousands of potatoes and others which were
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r-. fell in the finals 1 down in 20 heighth of their activity. Some ,1S000 ,- thought'not too perishable for display -
is most interesting. At Port May- acres of sugar-cane comprising the
:. holes. All of the others have greatly acres of sugar-cane arc being a few days. There were
I harvested aca, where the ,St. Lucia Canal Western field division of United
by over 4,000 people and
.y improved games over last season, some canned fruits and vegetables,
the' meet the cane Is transported to Clewis- from Stuart' joins Lake Okeecho- States Sugar Corporation. West of
which coming
lovely hammered brass art
I ton where the raw sugar is 'extracted beo and forms part of the Cross- Clewiston and Moore Haven, ex- some ;
somewhat of a wide open affair.
"' I in tho largest sugar+house State-Waterway, is the Citrus and tending almost to the Gulf: Coast, icles, woodwork, hand-painted pic-
: The first 32 low qualifiers will i i in continental United States. Visitors Avacado development of the Phipps is one of the great cattle rangesof i, tures. The school displayed some

:. :, enter the Championship Flight, the I Ir are welcomed,, every day but interests; at Canal Point Is the the State. I very attractive posters, 'some of tha

;\ 16 losers in the first round of Sundays throughout the harvest eastern field headquarters of Each visitor to the lewJstonSugar.house paper work of the smaller grades,

;'\ match play making up the Second season and competent and cour- ,United States Sugar Corporation; !- is given a booklet, extensively some leaflets from, the history and

Flight. The second 32 low qualifiers teous guides explain the entire op- the area from Pahokee to Belle illustrated, explaining the : I geography classes, and some dresses -
I eration. ,Glade is probably the, most extensive -. process of making as'
: sugar as well '
will make, the Third Flight home
made the
up I and articles 'by
Tho trip to. ClewJsto'n, over, winter vegetable development a,;brief history of the development .
with the 16 losers entering the
/" ',', I Sugarland Highway, State Road: ;in :the United _gtt-oc. ac4w ji st '7of sugar. I I economics girls.
h Fourth Flight. .. -- -
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; '- ) Cups medals and prizes will be v -
\ \ awarded the ,Medalist, Champion I, samples of.'.jmany varietiesof

I; and Runner-up, and the winners Warren-Willis 1 Clewiston Fair James E., Johnson cane, samples of raw, and refined -
and other products.
and runners-up of all flights. An I sugar,

entry of at least two flights of 32 Here Next WeekJust I There were photographs of the

is expected.Don r Miss Gladys Ann Willis of New- Clewiston friends were saddenedto I cane fields, the sugar house, the

Young, Clewiston professional 'berry 'and William 'Henry Warren learn of the death of James: research: laboratory and many

and tournament director, report I of Clevtiston were married Sunday as The News is goingto ; I Clewiston scenes.Altogether .
Edward Johnson, a former resident, I who have visit-
,I the. Clewiston course in the best afternoon in Gainesville by the press the news is received

r shape in some years. Greens, have county judge. that the Clewi&toll' Parent- at his home in Branford Thursday II ed the fair feel that the commun-

been seeded and rough burned to I 'Mrs. Warren is the daughter of Teachers Association has made afternoon. Mr. Johnson, who was ity is well represented, althoughthe

im- and arrangements for the in his early 'fifties, ''resided in Clew exhibit was prepared almost,
give competing golfers greatly Mr. and Mrs. L. W. :Willis un- Hendry I

proved playing conditions. til a few months ago resided in County Fair exhibits to be moved iston, and vicinity nearly ten years. spontaneously.'
,'", the here from. LaBelle He, was first associated with the .
;. Clewiston. She is a member of along :":1.
present Senior Class of the Clewiston with, the midway attractions Clewiston ,Building Material Com-I I Mrs. Yon ElectedHead '
I> ;.. P.-T. A. Meeting Is and later with the commissary -
:: ; High School and plans to reenter for a Clewiston fair to bo held pany I I

':::'{{= "" Held At School the class and graduate in the next i\eek. Definite dates have I department of the sugar coinbttliy. and- I Altar Society:

spring.Mr. not yet been settled 'upon, I He lived In Clewiston,
;. aiso. for a portion of the time in

; 1 'Warren is the son of the South Bay and Lake Harbor. Mrs. George A. Yon was elected

{:' ,,, ': The Parent-Teachers Association late Mr. and Mrs. D.V.. Warren.He I Altar Society of
of the
't rJ After leaving Clewiston a couple president
\1"t -' ; met at the school an"d building Tuesday -I 'is employed by the Clewiston GARDEN CLUB WISHES of years ago, he moved to' LaBelleand St., Margaret's Church at the Jan-
::t ; afternoon heard a splendid
:+! : I Motor Company. remained there until last fall uary meeting held Thursday after-
:,;;> ,:; talk by Arthur E. Oliver on recnation. ?-I the the B. A.
wedding were of Mrs.
." Attending MORE ENTRIES INGARDENCONTESTS when he moved to Branford to enter noon at the home
.1: :'t. Mr., Oliver dealt with recreation Bell
: groom's sister; Miss Mary" business for himself. Bourne, retiring president. ,
," .,J i ;;. :,::.. both from the standpoint of
.. ', Warren, and Robert Russell, cf Several visitors from other
Surviving a\'e his widow, Mrs.
:> } : individual
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and as a commun- i
Clewiston, Mr. and _Mrs. L. W. Johnon James, and churches were present, and addressed -
r Cecils a son. _
_,: ,(o\; Y ity project. Willis and Miss Ethel Willis of the group. Mrs. J. L. Gleeson
J. L. Morgan Of -
: a stepson,
: Mrs. M. M. Prewitt occupied the Newberry.Mr. and Mrs. Weaver of West Palm
Funeral Were
C The Clewiston Club S. C. :
"' chair. The P.-T. A. discussed the and Mrs. Warren are resid- Garden I Branford I: Beach talked on the origin of the
in Saturday.
;1, :' 'r;, necessity for a closer observance ing at the Green Duplex. wishes to emphasize the fact, that held studY clubs which are sponsored

::" ,J; ,\, of the request of the school patrol the time is drawing near for the .by the Altar Societies and the value -

'".,v boys 'for slow traffic near the judging of gardens and the Club Ladies Aid PlansRummage of the study club work in con-
: J. E.. Beardsley Has hopes that a large number of entries '
school building the hours Another
: "_ ... nection with the Society.
when children the will be made during the"net SaleThe Pike of
"- are crossing was Mrs. A. J.
'f"t ......... -highway. Kiwanis ProgramJ. few weeks. Prizes totalling; '$100 Belle speaker Glade.

: <': are offered in two groups Into
: : It was announced, that a 'message under The Altar Society decided to affiliate -
which contestants are divided. Ladies Aid committee
E. Beardsley: chairman of All homes in which the heads of the direction of Mrs. C. L. Downs, with
'F'1" headquarters that the tuberculosis I the committee on Kiwanis Educa- families are employed by the, United which is planning a rummage sale clubs. Plans were also made for 3-
"I clinic planned for to be held on
,,, bed I tion, was in charge of the programat States Sugar Corporation, the within the next two weeks, requests benefit card 'party
:y'," near future would of necessity the Kiwanis meeting Wednesday '- C'ewiston' Realty and Development the News to state that any $t. Valentine's Day.

; postponed' until next year. evening. Mr. Beardsley's talk coiporotion or their subsidiary articles of clothing, _household articles -I Attending were Mrs. J. L. Glee-

y The executive board urges all was for the purpose of familiarizing I (companies constitute one group, or anything else of value son, Mrs.: Dan Downy, Mrs. 'Davis

members to pay their dues for the members with ,the aims of the land all other entrants constitute which anyone wishes to dispose I and Mrs. Weaver of West Palm

',:-'- year as quickly as possible. Kiwanis organization and with the the other group. In each group l) of will be welcomed by the rum- Beach, Mrs Jack McKenzIe, Mrs.
:. The next P.-T., A. meeting will Mrs.A. .
: work which it is doing and whichit the first prize is $20; the second mage committee. Louis Vertommen of Pahokee.
=J be held on Monday evening, February
'i hopes to do through its member prize $10 and the next four prizes Members of the committee will J. Pike, Mrs. Joe Friedheim.
v\{ 14th. It is the annual Founders of
: ship. He read excerpts from the by- are' 5.00 each. ,All homes in Clew- call for articles at any time dur- Mrs. Gee and Mrs. Seymour
.>: !). Day meeting, and the
program laws of the club and explained iston, South Clewiston or Harlem ing the next few weeks that they Belle Glade, and Mrs. H. J. Ogles-

,\(' will be arranged by Mrs.' J. A. :Mc- them briefly. are eligible. I are notified, and at the end of that hy, Mrs. G A. Yon, Mrs. G. E.
:" '. Gehee. The general public is invited Mrs.
': ::', Foun'dera The club made plans to have The purpose of the contest is time will make a housetohousecanvas Smith, Mrs.. O. F. SchiffH.
i' and urged to attend the I
..'. Mrs. J. F Tip-
.. copies made of portions of the bylaws stimulate the growing of vege- to collect articles. Zerney Meredith,
; :: Day meeting. It is customary 10 M.
", in ''which members are most table gardens in 'connection with'I Phone Mrs. C. L. Downs, 135; pey, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs.
/j;;,: conduct a candlelight service and G. White,
{ interested and present them to new the home flower gardens, thus increasing -:Mrs. Joe Robbins, 333; Mrs. A. O. E. VonMach, Mrs. P.
silver 'offering. /
to a Walshof
members as a means of furthering the usefulness as well AS Ward, 386; Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Bourne and Father
.. The P.-T. A., although request
their knowledge of Kiwanis aims the 'attractiveness of the home sur- 394 ; Mrs. O. A. Jones. 321; or Clewiston.
{, was made only that morning, decided -
; and -ideals. roundings.The notify Mrs. Foy Durrence or Mrs.C. .
" ,: '/ to undertake a Clewiston Shively of
' ) prizes were donated by the M. Jarvis to call for donations. Mr. and Mrs. John
1' );10 ,community exhibit at the fair, United States Sugar corporation |Anything, though it seems to have Frankfort, Indiana, were here during -
'f '7t which the LaBelle P.-T. A. sponsored and :Mrs.
Mr.and Mrs. Van Cothern are and be received the week to visit Rev.
I by the Clewiston Realty and : no value at all, will
\1 ;; this week. The exhibit was parents of an 8 pound at tke manse. -
: son which I Development coiporatlon. by the committee.Mr. Forest C. Taylor
,," I to be arranged and shown through arrived view of our
on January 10th. The baby The contest closes March Is'', While here they had a '
1 ),..,:,' Saturday of this week. has been named John, and he and and the judging will be done between : and Mrs. Ben Bolton an wonderful lake and also visited the ,

I I 55 5 his mother are doing nicely at the I the first and the fifteenth.Those parents of a baby son, who w'u sugar house. Mr. Shtvely is in the '
4:: Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. O. C., Laad- home of Mrs. Cothern's' business in Frankfort, .
parents,i I who wish to enter may notify -,born Saturday, January l )th in automobile
: on and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot w.nj: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chandler in Mrs. Edith RackstiaWj secretary = 'the Everglades Memorial Hospitalat which is the native city of both

Tuesday visitors in Fort Myers. Okeechobee. of' the Garden Club : Pahokee. \ Mr. and Mrs. TaylorJI '
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Frank Merriwell at FardaleBy fvn showing'y, roved my pkiz. 1':

And I'll \>e yov dorvt

h""oJ.1here. tke.

GILBERT PATTEN The Original HURT L. STANDISH\ rest ofme < '""".'

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CHAPTER IXContinued15 made. And once he broke clear up and hastened to report. to the something just as bad-or worse- ,

and brought the runner down himself referee. At last! had followed. I ,
Second down, twelve to go, with for a slight loss. Ten seconds later he was in the When the third quarter passed .ra
the State cheer booming across the The whole team had stiffened. midst of another line smash that. with Fardale not only holding its

field now. What did that Fardale Seeing this State went into smash- stopped State again, with no gain. one-point lead but continuing to
quarterback think he was doing ing tactics that soon had Kane send- Then State went into the air, but threaten, State knew she must game WNU Service.

slamming his lighter players intoState's ,ing in 'replacement after replace- the first pass was incompleted anda ble. The final quarter saw State
impregnable defense? Futile ment for players who had been kick followed. Fardale's safety ,throwing passes which got her ,no- Real Tongue Twisters"Peter
knocked out of commission. The where until the last minute of the
and silly. The State men were man got the ball and ran with it
laughing. coach was using up his best ,re- when Merry cut off the State player game. Then two completions car Piper picked a peck of

Another formation for a run. But serves fast, but, between pluck and who was charging to tackle. A ried the Maroons to Fardale's 15- pickled peppers" may be a tongue
lucky breaks. Fardale hungon yard line and had the Fardale spec twister to some people, but to con- ; ."
many ,
no, it was a fake Springall took 20-yard gain set the Fardale crowd
through the first and second tators shaking in their shoes. ductors on a railroad running :"f
the ball and kicked quickly He got roaring. This was like the Muske- ,
it away and the wind' helped carryit quarters without being i scored teers when they' were right. Then there was a fumble 'in a through: this section of Florida, J" ''t.y
according to Ed
McCarthy of Or-
against again. line-buck. Out of the melee
along. State was both worried and
angry lando it is ,
Washburn, Fardale's left end, got But the blue-and-white had fought now, and nothing does more dam- Merriwell with the ball. Again he .Pity,, nursery trainmen English.who -.:'\
this more than three-fourths of the timein broke through. Again he was off <
through time between guard than and Before '
age worry anger. call Kolokee Chuluota Bithlo
and tackle. The over-confident State its own territory. Not once hadit the Maroon players could pull them- for a run, with the crowd shrieking. cataw Wewahotee Salofka
within striking distance of the Once he ducked and weaved To-
got more
men had been caught almost flat- selves together Fardale had tricked hopkee
enemy's goal, and always the and went flying onward. Holopaw, Nittaw,
footed and did spec-
Washburn some them with a faked pass and an end Apoxsee Lokosee Yeehaw .
Oso- .
clever side-stepping and a little fast tators-even the optimistic of the run that netted another first down. But a maroon backfielder had waw and Hilolo, all station names 4 .

running. He downed the ball-catcher Was Fardale going to town? him. He couldn't get past this time. on their line. But that's not all, "h

well over in State's territory. Fast action now fast and sure. Not a chance. when the locomotive puffs into the
Merriwell was trying to take it No waiting for State to settle down.A Frank had seen a lone Fardale last station conductors must puff

easy on the bench. He' was tryingto line-buck for two yards and thenan runner coming up. It was Hodge.But out an "Okeechobee last stop." f4
keep from getting too tense. If +v M unexpected trick. Fardale came Bart couldn't reach the man to The names were all left by Semi- ',

he got into this game at all, he back with State's own doublespinner block him. So Merry, veering to nole Indians who called the ,terri
wanted to be in the right condition, play. It surprised and discon- the left, threw a lateral to Hodge tory their finest hunting grounds.
mentally and otherwise.He certed State, threw the secondary and threw himself, instantly into
watched the State steamroller defense into uncertainty and com- the clutches of the tackler, both going

start'rolling, saw it steadily and pletely off balance. down. Still Coughing?
Fardale i Bart took the ball the dead
surely grind forward into The runner came through the hole on run
territory. It was bumping the and broke loose with the ball. He and ran still faster until he ,could No matter how many medicines

breath out of the blue-and-white de was Merriwell. Weaving, dodging. put it down behind the goal-posts. you have tried for your cough, chest ,
fenders. And it hadn't yet turnedto side-stepping, changing his pace, cold, or bronchial irritation, you can
relief with Creomulsion.
There riotous in get now
either of the two scoring plays Frank was as elusive as an electri-
Serious trouble be brewing and
the dressing Fardale with may
Kane had so carefully drilled his fied ghost. He straight-armed the room. you cannot afford to take a chance
players against. Had the scout been last would-be tackler and was in Merriwell, again booting the ball with any remedy less potent than '
mistaken about those plays? the open. for the'extra point, had beaten the Creomulsion, which goes right to
No! There w strong State Second team, 14 to 6. the seat of the trouble and aids na-
the first
was one a run There was no stopping him then.
Kane himself was laughing like ture to soothe and heal the inflamed
around the strong end by the right With the goggling, gasping, roaring boy. He had told them all what he mucous membranes and to loosen.
halfback, with State's end blocking :crowd standing to the last human and expel the germ-laden, phlegm.
'thought of the fine had
Washburn, Fardale's left end. in to- who could stand, he sped away for job they Even if other remedies have failed,
ward the line. a touchdown. \ pulled off, and he had actually 'don't be discouraged, try Creomul- a
hugged both Merriwell and Hodge. sion. Your druggist is authorized to
And now with a heavy but swift And then, "Block that kick!" was
"Now let anybody tell me Fardalehasn't refund your money if you are not
interferer ahead of him, that back- the imploring cry of the State crowdas thoroughly satisfied with the bene-
got a team! he said.
field man, came booming round the Fardale lined up to try for the fits obtained from the very first .
Tad Jones
flank' and went romping over the point, with Springall holding and was waiting when bottle. Creomulsion is one word-not '
chalk-marks for a touchdown. ,Frank in position to boot the leather. Frank. left the gym. The boy was two, and it has no hyphen in it.
,steaming with excitement. Ask for it plainly, see that the name
Washburn had failed He had for .
/ vi"y y "Gosh,' Frankhe! chattered. on the bottle is Creomulsion, and
gotten Kane's order not, to you'll the genuine product and
worry Merry: advanced and swung the "Gosh you was just the real Mc- get '
about leaving a hole in the line. but good right leg that somebody had Coy! You was right there with the the relief you want. (Adv.) ;

to get outside the opposing end man accused him of stealing from Char- old works. I'll tell the cockeyed
and fight him off while striving lie Brickley. The spheroid sailed Revenge Is InferiorIn
There Was No StoppingHim world! But there's somethin' else 1
himself to get out still further out. Then. over the exact center of the crossbar tell Miss Inza's taking'revenge a man is but
if possible, to force the runner to putting the Musketeers one I to Mr. Snodd's 'nd wants gone to equal to his enemy, but in passingit
up you '
swing wide. Had he rememberedto Fardale fans-had constantly lookedfor i point ahead and the north stand come there right away. She told over he is his superior.-Bacon. .

follow instructions the run might a blow-up that would let the became a madhouse. me to fetch ya, dead or alive."
have gained but it would not. in all maroon jerseys run as wild and Merriwell didn't know they were Merry found Inza in Snodd's big Don't Neglect '
probability, have been good for a handsome as they' pleased.And .
cheering for him. He didn't hear living room, alone. She was sittingat
touchdown.With when the whistle sounded the the crowd his he had Your Child's
roaring name. So the piano, just as seen her Cold 1.r
the:crowd in the south stand end of the half the shadows of their concentrated was he upon the busi- the first time and her fingers were

chanting State's fighting song, 'following own goal-posts were on the backs of ness in hand that he saw and heard dancing like pixies over the keys. Don't let chest colds or croupy

a stirring cheer. State lined the Fardale players. nothing, not a part of it. Heart The music that poured from the piano coughs go untreated. Rub Children's
up to attempt a' place-kick for the There was a heavier shadow on and soul, he was giving that business was 'wild and gay. Musterole on child's throat and chestat
extra point. The angle was a little the face of Coach Kane. all he had to give. once. This milder form of regular
difficult, but State kickers seldom Tom Kane was too wise to carry a i He came up and stood beside her. Musterole penetrates, warms, and ,
Now it was up to Fardale to hold She felt him there, and the tune stimulates local circulation. Floods .
missed the posts. One of them clouded face into the dressing room, I ,:
that one-point lead-to hold it some- ended with a crash. She sprangup the bronchial tubes with its soothing
booted the leather now and Far- but he was grim as he walked about ,
dale failed to touch the ball. amid the benches and tables on how and to' add to it, if possible.And and caught hold of him with relieving vapors.Musterole brings relief -
now State, seeing at last that a starry glow. naturally because it's a"counter
which of the fellows eyes
But the wind took a l hand. It many were lying irritant"-NOT asalve.Recommended
swerved the ball just enough to while rubbers worked over the expected push-over was not going I "Oh, Frank!I" she said. "I wantto by just doctors and
many nurses.
carry it against one of the posts them. to ,come off, was growing panicky i tell you, Frank, that you're just Three strengths:Regular, Children's

and caromed off outside. Six points At length the call came: "On the, The'thought of being defeated' the greatest thing that ever" blew (mild), and Extra Strong.
instead of seven. field in three minutes." by Fardale was very shocking. into this neck of ,the woods.

State didn't mind that. Six points Then the coach made' his speech, Over-confidence was gon'e. but I THE END Truble From ExcessIn

were merely a starter. Those confi- quietly: everything the middle courseis
dent fellows were thinking they I "You did your work well out there.I best: all things in excess bring s
Advances in Tests
might make 60 or more before the in the first half. You put up a fine Science Telepathy ; trouble.-Plautus.

final whistle blew. defense against a team that expected .I University ''Man Gives Much 'Information
Time out now and a pause in to walk all over you. When ,y
which the school band played "Fair they: found they couldn't do that ODDS LARGEST

Fardale." Kane was sending a man they tried to put fear into your Is telepathy, mongrelized by yearsof be found in "Man, the Unknown* AT
in to take Washburn's place. soals. But you weren't afraid. You vaudeville trickery, at the thresh- the recent book by Dr. Alexis Car SELLER

Hodge! showed them you could take it and old of becoming' a science? As- rel, who wrote: "Those end owe I

Frank had forgotten that Bart had come right back for more. Now tonishing experiments have progressed with this power grasp the secret
been transferred from the scrub the you're going out there .and give it. to a point where private thought of other individuals "withoutusing

night before. Now he saw him fling Games are won by courage and home tests are invited. With them their sense organs: They also

off his wraps and start out on to 'quick thinking oftener than otherwise goes the candid warning 'that, despite i perceive events more or less remote
the field. and you've got more of that the fun of using the mind as.' I in space and time. This quality is Be True ;

Frank was human, and in that stuff than State has. But look out a messenger boy, there is hazard, exceptional. It develops in only a To God, thy country, and thy
moment he felt a twisting stab of for their air attack. They've perhaps tragedy, as a possible reward 'small number of human beings. friend be true.-Henry Vaughan. ;

\ the commonest and meanest of human scarcely used it yet but they will for psychic tinkering.The Clairvoyance appears quite com
emotions. Jealousy. when they find you are outsmartingthem. man who took telepathy out monplace to those who have it. It ARE YOU MISERABLE ?

He and Hodge were the only two You broke up their rightendrun of the music hall and put it into brings them knowledge which is
freshmen to make the squad and to after they worked it for that one the laboratory is slim, youthful, impetuous more certain than that gained Durham N. C. Mrs.

a certain extent he had helped touchdown, and now they'll prob-- and mop-haired, a rapt be- through the sense organs." ,T. J. Deadmond" Route weak 6,,

Bart's reputation with the coach by ably uncork their other big play liever in the, theory'that the human Dr. Rhine experimented with children r says could: hardly 1 was eat very, hid poor '

yielding to Inza's wishes and say- from the same formation-a double mind is, to more or less degree, a then college students. The nerves and felt miserable y,

ing a good word for the fellow at spin with two fake passes and a sensitive broadcasting station with results were dismaying. Then he :, all Pierce over.Favorite I took Prescription Dr.
every opportunity. Now Hodge was slash through a hole they'll try to messages for those with minds ,ca- tried hypnotized subjects and, final- y; and it stimulated my
going into this game to fight for open between tackle and guard. Be pable of tuning in the right wave- ly the key to science, specially gift %; ;; appetite and it was not
I my
Fardale and Frank was still glued on your toes for that. Now go out length, says the Literary Digest.He ed students. Results followed im- long strength before back and felt real

fast to the bench. there and feed it to 'em!" is Dr. Joseph Banks Rhine, pressively.He good." Buy Favorite Prescription in liquid ,

Merry had been, too busy to see Still over-confident. State expectedto whose experiments at Duke univer- is careful to distinguish between or tablets from your'druggist today :

lnza for more than a moment or see an opposing ,team that was sity keep people awake nightly from clairvoyance and telepathy. }'i I II
two since Sunday, but only last all shot and nine-tenths licked come North Carolina to California. Clairvoyance, he says, is percep- checks I
night Barney had told him that back to the field. What they did see Mainly, success depends, he says, tion, such as symbols on the cards. I COLDS ;;

Hodge had managed to see her was a team that apparently had,just on possession of the "gift" to some Telepathy is "mind-reading." Per- 666 and t'

often. And the frank Irish boy had begun to fight. Within two minutes extent, favorable mental conditionsto sons gifted with one ordinarily pos- FEVER :...
expressed his conviction ,that she Fardale met the double-spin play a large extent. Then: sess the other.Distance .

was a two-timer who was playing and tore it to shreds for a small "First, a genuine interest is re he holds, makes no dif LIQUID, TABLETS first day
Frank for a simple sap. He had loss.But quired. Preferably a fresh spon- ference. Indeed, better results are SALVE, NOSE DROPS Headache, 30 minutes.Try .

laughed 'at Barney then, but he a Fardale backfielder, who taneous curiosity to see if you can obtained when test objects are sepa- "Rub-My-Tism"-\VorIdts Best Liniment
wasn't laughing now. had charged into the line of scrim- do it." rated by rooms. High scores obtain

The game went on with Hodge doing mage, was down., It was Elmer Davis [I In more than 100,000 trials, con- when several miles intervene. AdvertisedBARGAINS
a real job at left end. Every They got him up and two men ducted since 1927, he has obtained Remarkable results were obtainedat
time that same State runner came half carried him toward the Far- results that seem billions to one a distance of 100 miles.

steaming, round that end Bart was dale bench. He was out. against the operations. pure "With all its dangers it is, I be-
outside the opposing lineman and i MNow, Merriwell" said Kane "goin chance. Mathematically, at least, lieve, the greatest field for intellectual -
that our
forcing the ball-carrier to make a there." he has shown that, in some persons adventure that the student has community O Our readers merchants should always cannot remember afford to advertise -
wider swing Thus he gave the Far- The coach had been holding Frankin perception without use of the before him today," says Dr. Rhine. a bargain unless it is a real bargain.Tncy ao I

dale backfield time to charge in reserve to fill Davis' place when ordinary sense does in fact exist. "The perils add to the zest, and the money advertise saving bargains to the and people such of advertising the community.THE s'J'..p
end stop the play repeatedly' before the time came-and it had come. Support for Dr. Rhine's faith can size of the game is unequalled-" .V-
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CORRECTIONS IN CANE from drowning in the road ditch house door on the first :Monday in ,
The Clewiston NewsPublished .rrUaaMlfrrrrrnrl .. .Dum. the month of February, 1938, which ii,
Fred Whidden's Station last '
PATENT SUIT STORY 'near is the 7th day of February, 1938. T ,
... Friday afternoon when their car Dated this 14th day of January, r
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every Friday In Clewiston, Dr. B. A. Bourne has called to Too Late To ClassifyBy plunged off 'the highway and overturned 1938.(SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, .' I II
CLEWISTON NEWS, I in the canal. Clerk of Circuit Court of "
Florida,, by the the editor's attention several er-i t I Hendry County, Florida.
lnc rors In the story carried last week, cRiissell! KaytrrrArrrrprrrrrrrrrrrrrrroi I I The two men stated that they Jan. 1421- 28, Feb. 4. J 'j. ,
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for time to keep
or"Florida struggled some "
of the suit of the state
KEATIIL.EY BOWDEN, Editor their head above water before they NOTICE Or APPLICATION FOR :'
against him. : TAX DEED

Since Dr. Bourne's letter states i As we approach another election attracted attention of passers-by,. (Senate Bill No. 163)
mail matter who broke open the windows of
Entered as second class the corrections concisely and gives period we. hear rumors of this or
February 1. 1927. at the Post Office In the car and let them out. They NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thatG.
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of authoritative information, w e that individual becoming a candi- E. Etherton, holder of: Tax Certifi- .
came into1Ioore Haven cate No. 235 issued the 5th day of
March 3, 1897.: quote: date for such and such an office., has filed
I August, "A. D. 1935, samein
January 15, 1938. The layman, concerned with the I my office and has made application _
I I--A'OTICH OP APPLICATION FOR for a tax deed, to be issued *
Subscription Rate $2.00 Per Ycnr. Mr. Keathley Bowden, business of living, reacts to these TAX DEED thereon. Said certificate embraces the i
Advertising Rates' On Application. The Clewiston News, rumblings) in much the same man (Senate Hill No. 1CS) following described property in the 3
County of Hendry, State of Florida, .,'
Clewiston, Fla. ner as he responds to the familiar I I GIVEN, that to-wit: ,
growl of distant thunder that fore-: NOTICE IS HEREBY Lots' 8-9, Block 170, Clewiston.The ;
and wel- of Tax Certificate ,
advancement holder
the A.
Devoted to Dear Mr. Bowden: John assessment of the said property \
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. ? tells the coming of the storm No. 567. issued the' 4th day of under the said certificate issued
I noted your article in ,The Clew- September, A. D. 1933. has filed same in the name of Unknown
He knows that clear and made application was
iston News, Vol. 12, No. 1 of Jan peace my Issued Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ;
tax, deed to '
.:..:M 11N N N NN.iiNN M iN:N:N NM NNN, :NNN, :. uary 14, 1938 regarding the suit ful skies soon will be darkened by thereon.for Said a certificate embraces the perty described according therein to law will, the be pro-sold '':'y\\
J I heavy clouds rain described property in the
: ,
the highest bidder at the courthouse &
by the State against me.' Since the
State of Florida,
of Hendry, ,
i dim visibility; the rumble of thun- County door on the first Monday In S
0 RAMBLINGS. article has'several errors, I am I to-wlt: the month of February, 1938, which ':<
calling' these to your attention so der will increase, the lightning will I Lot 12, Block of 363.the Clewiston.said Is the 7th day of February, 1938. '.J
flash, raw winds will howl and The assessment property Dated this 14th day of January,
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:.(..:- that at least correct Informationwill there will be mud to contend with. under In the the name said of certificate A. M. Coleman.issuedwas 1938.. HULL- ,i
be available to the public.In (SEAL) 1'
Unless said certificate shall be re- \
The tendency on the of Clerk of Circuit' Court of : !
G. Small performed what apparently deemed according to law, the property Hendry County, Florida..
2 the
paragraph following I
his first wedding cere- those of us who have no personalaxe described therein will bet sold Jan. 1421- 28, Feb. 4. \I
statement appears: "because the I to the highest bidder at the court ,:
mony in the role of Justice of the to grind, who seek no office,I house door on the first Monday in : i
patents were issued to Dr. Bourne covet month of February, 1938, whichis 1 APPLICATION FO'Il "
Peace the other day. It was a col- no special privilege, ask no the ,NOTICE OF .
during his employment at the experiment the 7th day, of February, 1938. TAX DEED :
ored couple who wished to say, the favors but prefer to go about our I Dated this 14th day of January, (Senate Hill No. 163) :,
station. This is not true,
traditional "I do's" ,and Mr. Small business as ordinary citizens, is to 1938. ,j
since the United States Government (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, I
was being as helpful as possible. seek shelter and-as far as possible Clerk of Circuit Court of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,
granted me patent'rights in 1936 County, ,Florida. G. E. Etherton, holder of Tax Certificate :
-keep'out of the political storm. Hendry .. .. '
been .
However it must have a case 5th of
No. 231. issued the day
and 1937 after a thorough investi- Jan. 14- 2128.. Feb. 4. '
where the participating couple No matter which way the wind August, AD.. 1935, has filed same
gation of claims. I resigned has made application :
my office and
ones'who blows, we know it is pretty apt NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR in my "
were not the only approached for a tax deed to be Issuedthereon. ;; .
the ordeal with fear and from my employment with the to be a cold one as far as we are TAX DEED Said certificate embraces the ',;,
state In December 1934 (Senate mil No. 163) described property in the
trembling. Witnesses-whose solemn concerned. We prefer the' warmthof .-- County following of Hendry,: State? of Florida, ,6']j'f'
miens wouldn't be much help In paragraph 4, the following sincere friendship and the lightof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thatG. to-wit. 11'. ,:J
statement appears: "to test 'Dr.Bourne's TRUTH and we have learned E. Etherton, holder of Tax Certificate West half of Lot 5, and Lot. 6, J''j
Jack Doty Charles Minor of !
-were I No. 249. issued the 5th day Block 156 Clewiston.
and Fritz Wright. 1. ownership of the three that these are usually '''lost in the August, A. D. 1935, has filed same The assessment of the said property ,.'i!
plant patents issued to him be- I in my office and has made applica- under the said certificate issued
turmoil and torrent. The slimy mud '
Our sympathies were with Mr. tion for a tax deed to be issued was in the name of C. E. Royer. :
tween 1930 and 1934. After whatI annoys us; the fog and sleet blind thereon. Said certificate embraces the Unless said certificate shall be re- ii t
Small. in the deemed according to law, the property '1'I
following described property
stated above, you will see that ins and make clear !
sane thinking County of Hendry, State of Florida,I described therein will be sold :[,\
this is not correct. In this same;a problem. to-wit: to the, highest bidder 'at the court ;

Fort Pierce commercial fisher- paragraph it is stated that "If titleto We are asked to choose leaders Lot 1, Block 176. Clewiston. I house door on the first 1938 Monday whichis In I ,
I The assessment of the said propeity the month of February .
men caught 175,000 pounds of the patents remains with Dr. authorized to think and talk and under the said certificate issued the 7th day of February 1938.
them North in will be entitled : was in the name of C. Thorpe. Dated this 14th day of January, "
bluefish, shipped Bourne he to $10 act for us in affairs of momentous Unless said certificate shall be redeemed 1938. .'

7 solid carloads, last Friday., 'Tha.'s per acre royalties for use of his I import. On a, bit of paper the po I according to law, the pro- (SEAL) WILLIAM T. Court of ':

a lot of fish for even a large group cane varieties." I would certainlylike I!. liticians refer to as "The Sacred perty to the described highest therein bidder at will the be, court sold Clerk Hendry of County Circuit, Florida. ".,":

of commercial fishermen and Fort to know by what authority Ballot" we are urged to make a house door on the first Monday in Jan. 14- 2128, Feb. 4.

Pierce businesses probably felt the this information is published. The II.tiny cross-mark beside this or that I the the month 7th February day of February, 1938,, 1938.whichis .

effects of the "Blue's running"'. United.States Government has Dated this 14th day of January,
name. .... i
. . .. ..
It was just like payday. granted me EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS I ,To all but a pitiful few the I 1938(SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, .. ..N.N.MN N N.N M N:N:M MGM N N NAM : 'I

to make, use and vend these varie- names aepparing on those ballots Clerk of Circuit Court. of i" i t
Hendry County, Florida.Jan.
ties and mention is made of a _
no will mean nothing. Listed there "
The, past, few weeks-ever since I 14- 2128.. Feb. 4.
Christmas week in fact, personal specific royalty fee or that I am are names of men you and I never --NOTICE- n OF.n APPLICATION- FOR -I Good FarmLand I l

bound to allow any other growerto met-some we have never even <.
items have been few and far be- TAX DEED

tween with the reporter. Glancingover use them. heard of. Others, mayhap, we have (Senate Bill No. 163) I -i

exchanges convinces us that In' ,paragraph 6, a full statement been permitted to gaze upon froma NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thatG.

the situation must be contagious. would have been as follows: "The distance as they waved their E. Etherton, holder of Tax Certifi- '

Perhaps people are staying home state was represented by John L. arms and extended their virtues up- cate No. 242, Issued the 5th day of \
has filed
August, A. D. 1935, same
till the pocketbook catches up with Graham, Tallahassee attorney, and on a stump. in my office and has made application for Rent

the Christmas spending spree. Dr. Bourne by R. E. Kurtz' and Some of these names will appear thereon.for' Said a tax certificate deed to embraces be issued the

Lynn Gerald of Fort Myers as wellas under the caption "For United following described property in the

Local politicians are slowminded Warner I. Cubberly of the Bar'States Senate"-others, beneath the to-wit County: of Hendry, State of Florida' ,

perhaps. Or maybe they're do- of the Supreme ,Court of the Unit- heading "For Congress", "For Jus- Lot '4. 'Block 173. Clewiston ..' .

ing their campaigning at this early ed States,' Washington, D. C. tice of, the Supreme Court," "For The under assessment the said of certificate the said property issuedwas f

stage under cover. The primary In paragraph 7 you mention 'several Railroad Commission" and many in the name of E. S. Matteson.
shall be
Unless said certificate redeemed -
date has been moved forward to witnesses who did not testify other offices. according to law, the pro-
is short and With the thunder clapping in our' perty described therein will be sold
May, so the time cut a failed to mention two who TrespassersWill
to the highest bidder at the court
month. And so far we've heard did. The following did NOT appear ears, the driving rain beating down house door on the first :Monday in

only a slight ,murmur from the as witnesses: Dr. Thomas upon us, the bitter winds whip- the month of February, 1938,. whichis Be
the 7th day of February., 1938.
campaign.For I Dr. J. R. Neller and Cecil Russ'I ping about us, ankle-deep in gutter Dated this 14th day of January, I

The following witnesses did testify: mud, we have little opportunity 1S38.! ProsecutedClewiston
the next several weeks, the Joe Wood of Lake Harbor and P. for' thought and reflection. We Clerk, of Circuit Court of

'weather bureau could forecast B. Beasley. want to get it over with and as Hendry County, Florida. .
Jan. 14- 2128, Feb. 4.
"Fair Weather" for Florida. Near- Very truly quickly as possible, so we make our
ly every section will stage its own B. A. Bourne. MARK and go our way. Few of ,us NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I

fair by March. Hendry county Is stop to ponder over what the marks (Senate TAX Bill DEED No. 1G3)

having a local fair for the first I we leave behind us really, mean.

'time in several' years.!: The South- Extensions Limited For I If instead of the familiar cap- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatG.
E. Etherton, holder of Tax
west Florida Fair ,at Fort Myersis tions listed'above that ballot car cate No. 240. Issued the 5th

.our sectional fair, and the Flor- Filing Income Taxes ried' above 'the names the follow August, A. D. 1935, has cerufi-I' And
in office and has made Realty
ida State Fair in Tampa the latter ing statement, a lot of folks would I tion for a tax deed to be issued I

part of the month climaxes take more time and give ,more thereon. Said certificate embraces the
Jacksonville, Jan. 19.-Only a I following described property in the DevelopluentCorporation
them all.Last thought to their marking:
I County of Hendry, State of Florida,
limited number of extensions of "I, John Citizen, do hereby ap-I to-wit: '
time for filing income tax returns I Lot 11, Block 172 Clewiston.
Friday, Governor Cone telephoned point those designated below to I The assessment of the said property -
his office that "the auto- will be granted this year, accordingto act as my agents and clothe them under the said certificate issued
announcement made this I was in the name of
mobile tag deadline will not be with full and complete authority Unless said certificate shall be re-I,

extended" and Saturday morning's by J. Edwin Larsin, U., S. Collector regulate. my life and that of my deemed according to law, the . ...'.. ...............................' ,.
of Internal Revenue in Floridato I perty, ,described therein will be' sold I -..,............._......f ; . .
family determine, what I shall i'
papers announced the usual exten- or to the highest bidder at the, court;
sion to February 1st. And many a representative of Florida News shall not do'under any and all --- -

people heaved a 'sigh of relief, at Service. Persons believing they circumstances, restrict my activi-

have a legitimate reason in askingfor ties, mold morals share
being: able to postpone spendingthat my mj

ten bucks for another coupleof such extensions should imme- earnings, throw me in jail, send me

weeks. diately notify Larson, as it is not to war, question me at length on Don't Miss Seeing
likely that those delaying until the I '
any subject. inspect my books, re-
deadline of March 15 will be considered quire that I various licenses
from the
Judging solely photo- pay ,

graphs for which Greta Garbo is he said.Applications .tax my income, determine my doleto Southwest Florida air

said to. have "graciously" posedin I for more time must charity, provide for my old age,

her native Sweden, the perm- I. be made in person, not through an educate my children, determine my I

. anent wave has not, ''reached the agent; must be made under oathon needs, specify my hours of laborin ,:

shores'of that Scandinavian' country form No. 1134 which may be short' -I place my welfare and i I February 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 !

obtained from the Internal Revenue that of my children, present and

I department, and must contain a future, in their hands, without res-I I Fort Myers Florida !

If Clewiston 'is not gay with full recital of the causes for the i ervation or equivocation, and may I I

spring flowers in a few weeks, it delay. In the case of joint returns, God have mercy on my soul."

will not be the fault of Mrs. Leah applications for extensions must be Most of us :would hesitate to

Spicer. who has generously offered signed by both parties, and if the grant such authority to one we had

to give plants of petunias and phlox taxpayer is 'a corporation, the appli- known and respected .and trusted An Educational, Industrial and Agricultural Exposition I
featuring products IJ
to' any who will cajl for them. In cation must bear the signature of all our lives., Certainly we would '
HENDRY and LEE Counties. .
several towns of Central Florida one of the corporation's officials. want to know a lot more about

where the highway passes throughthe Except in the case of taxpayerswho such a person than we do the average TUESDAY FEBRUARY 8th, is Children's Day_and the ri r

residential sections, homeowners are abroad, no extension may t office-seeker for whom we school children of the five counties will be admitted free j

make their towns longremembered be granted for more than six make 'our mark.'Regardless .- at the front gate.A .

by the beds of these colorful months.As of what the candi- Special Poultry Exhibit will be shown .featuring all

flowers which they plant so as to a condition for the grantingof dates say about themselves' or each types of poultry. Ducks and geese on exhibit in a newly

he plainly visible from the high- an extension of, time for filing 'other, ask yourself before you vote constructed pool.

way. In fact, at times one sterns returns, the collector may require 'Would I trust this man to care Some 'of the finest livestock' in Southwest Florida' will

to'be driving through a flower the submission of a tentative return for my wife and child; would I be exhibited at the Fair.

bordered lane, as the space between and the payment of onefourthof share with him a joint checking ac- Don's miss the EDISON DAY PAGEANT in Fort Mjers

the sidewalk and the street the- estimated amount of the tax count at my bank; will I follow on the 11th and 12th. A large parade of floats is scheduled

are filled with glorious flowers.We shown. blindly where he leads?" on Saturday, the 12th.

hope everyone who possibly Special Grandstand Acts held twice each day, Afternoonand

/ could show their appreciation to; Two Men Narrowly Night.
Mrs. Spicer by accepting her gen- the first fish. One of them gota Art Lewis Attractions, both rides and shows for jour

erous offer. bite, and got so excited that he Escape Drowning entertainment on the MIDWAY ,

fell off the bridge. C. P. 1IEUCK,

Two fishermen sitting on a "Oh, well," said the' other, "If Secretary-Manager, '

bridge, their lines in the water, you're going: to dive for them, the H. P. Reeves and Robert Morrisof ,j !:

made" a bet as to which would catch bet's oft" Lakeland had a narrow escape
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j C N J N J N J..J..J N J..J..J N J M J.*.J.*J N J M jMj..J N J M.N:N:N:N1M. :1.....y. WILLING That we have an artist in members of the, session and the CARD OF THANKS:
l' minister will have' charge of the

,) 'y':;:: Personal Mention ::|_:: MEETS AT ( ) That? John Robbins has an communion. An invitation is givento To the Good People of Clewiston,
The Junior finger? any who may wish_ to unite 'with Moore Haven and Fort Myers:

'<..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:. Class, the ) That Barbara Broadfoot and the church either by transfer or We want to express our sincere
I confession. The rite of baptism I thanks to you one and all who
its Jones can make fudge?
M. F. Palmer, Bill Palmer and regular will be offered for children who I I came to us' in our sad hour-the
That Prewitt and
) Mauryne
,;' Miss Beth Nail motored to Pahokee home of Mrs. II have not been baptized. I II loss of the husband and father.
Perry are great
day evening. I
1i >, Sunday. !
: .. sided and the entire school is very glad i Sunday evening of the same date! We appreciate the consoling
were Mr. :Morrison back behind I the members of the Christian Endeavor -!''I words, the offer of your assistance.
Mrs J. W. Moore and Mrs. Membership desk again. I Society will have 'charge We do appreciate the respects

> 'Keathley Bowden spent Tuesday Bailey and is breathing freely of the services and the program 1;shown by the Masonic order from
t afternoon in Fort Myers. Moore Haven and the Masonic ord-
1 Social: (Exams are over) will include special music by the
bara junior choir under the leadership er from Fort Myers. We are so
t Mr.' and Mrs. George F. Augur Plans BASKETBALL of Mis. J.; G. Niblack and ''Mrs. leased we cannot express in words
. and the week-end I The is co-dI what it means to us all at this
daughters spent I tacky party John Doty. public very
"d ,in Jacksonville. !:future. I ially invited to this service. ime. We thank you for the flowers -
held and your kindness will never be
After The usual services will be
__-I ston High boys' and girls'
" .. tests, next Sunday evening and the ml.i- forgotten.The
' Hare
? M. E. Morrison LeRoy teams played LaBelle '
served by ister of the church will deliver wife, Mrs J. 'W. Frealy..
, ,}.' spent the week-end In St. Peters- I Friday, January 14th, in La-
,)1 ., ', burg. l and Louise The LaB lle girls won with the sermon. Visitors are especially The daughters, Mrs. Mary E.
members invited to attend the Community Stokes Mrs. Maudie C. Tay
I of 17 to 28; the. boys by
Broadfoot, Church. lor.
,;c' '. Mr. and ;: Walter Brantley of 17 to 7.
called meetingof
will be
Wright, I There a
visited friends and relatives in! Jones, girls' game was close in the Southwest' Florida Presby- CLEWISTON COMMUNITY:
> Okeechobee Sunday. nette, Jo first half, and at the end of I tery in the First Presbyterian CHURCH ,;

.- Christian, the' score was LaBelle 16, Church in Fort Myers, Saturday, Royal Palm Avenue
Mrs. F. L. Tatum of Lake Worth 11. But LaBelle had -a
', Bailey. I. M January 22, at eleven o'clock. Rev. ,
is 'visiting Mrs. Dean King this the class, I in the second half. I I Forest C. Taylor of the Community Forest C. Taylor, Minister.

, week. LaBelle boys won by a 17 Church in Clewiston will attend Sunday school every Sunday

) MRS. THO score At the end of the first] morning at 9:45. Dr. J. W. Ezelle
;, / Miss Frances Morgan' and Mrs. "' ( the score was Clewiston 7, Sunday Dr., J. W. Ezelle, I. M. superintendent.Junior .
, ', : A. L. Morgan were visitors Wednesday -I 5. Clewiston boys out- Pafford and Rev. Forest C. Tay- church service 10:45 to 11
', in West Palm Beach. Mrs. G.. B. LaBelle in the' first, but lor drove to Fort Myers and had o'clock. '

,- to members scored 12' points in the dinner with the, Rev William G. I Evening prayer and sermon at'
Dr. J. W.. Ezelle, I. M. Pafford nesday I half, thus winning the Kennedy, D. D., and while there I 7:45 every Sunday evening.
\.. and Rev. F. C. Taylor visice-1 Dr.' Mrs. Roy discussed with Dr. Kennedy some I Junior choir Monday evening at

:. '
;j:,: '1' day. a pair of ; play the boys and girls from inspected some Sunday school Doty, pianist. '
",' <, ),;? I I. M. Pafford Myers on the local ''court Fri I plants in Fort Myers The local Christian Endeavor meeting
',;' >' ':' H.v A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson cut, received night. Since Mr. Morrison re- Sunday school has so outgrown its Monday ,evening at eight.

,..:lj( and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli were spoon and ; both teams have practiced' present quarters that some ways.
!:! in West Palm Beach Monday I I considered to
:,r1r" visitors wine, holder and expect to make_ a and means are being
;).,' afternoon.Mr. soled with a showing against the Fort l\IY-1'I give more appropriate accomoda- *
ery. teams. I tlons to the Sunday school pro-
tf: and Mrs. S. A. Phillips of I :
Cherry ''pie I gram. CHANGUENtRECEim'
: ( expect to win both games.)
(:' Wilmington, North Carolina, were coffee was L /
visitors at the W. H. Lanier home ------------- ---- -
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I Wednesday. Yenawine, Married In J. S. ,CAMPBELL w4 ;
T. B.
; Dr. B. A. Bourne# was a, visitor ,Mrs. K. Unique'Surroundings
s,t. at the Fort Myers Rotary Club Miller. Jeweler & Watch-maker

Tuesday. He addressed the groupon --
the sugar industry of the Ever KAY Jan. 19.-Dressed in a ,All Kinds, of Jewelry Repairs
[ festooned with snakes
glades. SIXTH
i. 7 I with rattlesnakes playing the Optical I I t I IOUR'
; Mrs. H. A. Bestor has returned I I Kay march on their rattler?, CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOPj.
to her home here after
a few days in West Palm Beach party at Hazel Carpenter of West Palm gUOGE PIJt

where she was under observation parents, Mr. was married to Joseph S.
Palm Beach physicians. 'of Arcadia, at George K.
by Bowden.
Invited I snake canning factory here m. COUSE

A, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Carlson I Bobbie ; week. Counselor" and Attorney at Law It sounds,
: It is as simple as
arrived the
Boston I wedding was probably I
and daughter, of ,
Skippy too. All you need is a modest
in Clewiston to reside this week. Bevoly unusual ever performed in the .' Hopkins Building'Vednesdays down payment.Then the balance -

,;,. Mr. Carlson is connected with the I Vaughn. A big snake was twined \ and Saturdays is spread over a period,
.;: U. S. Engineers. Know(1) the bridal pair to emphasize repayable monthly just like
. .. .. closeness of their matrimonial 9:30 to rent. No worry, no bother-
:MNNN.N: :N M something to
,- another 'rep- and you
: Mrs. M. MfTrewitt, Mrs. Elbert and squirming s' :
1 sealed the ring on the bride's. show for your money.
Stewart and A. E. Oliver spent I ,L. B. MershonAGENT Whether your income is small
Wednesday afternoon in LaBelle, i-STTSJf or large, you can find the
:, erecting and arranging the Clew- 'K. End acted as master exact home for the amount
\, iston booths for the fair, sponsored Bernice .. ceremonies and served a wed- you can afford monthly. If
; by the LaBelle' P.-T. A. Billie supper of canned rattlesnake!! New York Life you want to build, use our
;Miss Evelyn I i for, the' bride, groom and Home Owners' Consultation
Service for ideas-without
James M. Sawyer of Birmingham Insurance CompanyARCADIA how
y .:NN N M N M N..:. obligation. Learn now
r : arrived in Clewiston this week. Mr. easily you can own your homeat
i1 Sawyer is a draftsman in the Engineer 1st Grade :\ CHURCH, NOTES FLORIDA present favorable prices. ,

office, and was transferred Christine
from the Mobile district to the Mach, are being made to hold a'
Florida district.Mr. tinez, Oliver communion service in the NORGE REFRIGERATORS

tinez, Church on. Sunday Furniture and Home Furnishing Clewiston Federal
January 30, at eleven o'-
and Mrs. Carl Berner pen:, Margie
the week-end in Barwick, Georgia,, 2nd Grade A morning service in this PHILCO RADIOS Savings and Loan
f where they visited a sister of Mr. Clifford of worship will be, in a way,
Berner's who has been quite ill. Harold innovation and all the people Household FurnishingsInc. Associationtpf

At last reports she was improving Junior this vicinity are invited to ,be '

d yy k rapidly. W I Berner Emrich,, \ : \ The of special choir is music preparing and the a I BELLE GLADE FLORIDA. I -...",'.:'.:.... :- -"'."C-_--",.';.:'" --io-,,,:,..,c."it: '-"" 'i.'fII!IJY

; :
iy. Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart returned Ricks,
.; -
;(;]? :, to her home in West Palm I Robinson.3rd .

,;.)',;:lr i: Beach Saturday after a few days' Grade
;'; '/\, visit with friends here. She accompanied I Ben
:';" ;//'".' Mrs. J. A. McGehee Ann Crouch IIJ

:; '4"'/, to Fort Myers Friday to visit her Louise ; i and fnink of ato

: Miss Dorothy Lockhart. William
: < (I 2
:;I Cloud, even bigger and better j gives
\ Misses Effie Craig and Mari Alston, .JL. '
\.V, 7
Ton Ia i'
Ioolcing yea
: Ohio 1th Grade !
1/I'? :' Schlfflinger of Massillion, S miles per gallon '
Siff' were guests Tuesday and Wednesday Nora s ,

::; :'i'' ,' .. of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall E. er, Jean
';':t:", Yenawine. The visitors are, spending ily Joyce
::,-,H a month's vacation at several 5th Grade
;;: of Florida's beaches. Richard C -
._, ,,;<; I Martin 7&\z

'j''': Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hershey and Willie
1 '.'.' Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McChesney and melia
:. little son, all of Lake Worth ,wer3 VonMach.
>:< in Clewiston Sunday to call on Rev. Gth Grade

;r:, and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor, at the Eric F
r' ,, manse. Mr. Hershey is chief of the Evelyn
-:?: ; fire. department in Lake Worth. The
;;J" :"' -- appear in
.;;-{- Mrs. H. A. Land entertained alr.1. I
few mothers and babies with a tea 1 The
' :\:.;;:' party Thursday afternoon in honor! or roll for
.ti .i of the first birthday of her daugh- ford
ter, Shari. Guests were Mrs. Frank David 4' .
;;;,:V' Cothern, Doris and Janice Cothern, ior Raines
;' ?: and Mrs. Joe Cato and Betty Sue Berner,

:taV: Cato.' rich,
: :" .. en, Ruby:
-'tii': Friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. and :: INioo
:1i : Kurtz of Fort Myers regret lo. Billy S
: i learn that their son, Thomas, who were '
:F !!i.r is a student at the University of'count\1 of /

:..; '{':;:., Virginia, remains unconscious and, Doris FQUIPPI
,Jf: ", in a critical condition following: her I I Freshly styled, with longer : sink and Federal r C '
'"'}:: an automobile accident last Saturday ., school I I hood, sweeping lines and big, t tod Qnd c 6o H PSQt hot Include
'.<: ':< Mr. Kurtz, who is an official l A new bullt.inJuggagecomparlmonl. p; c nmCa Sao illu4
,:, ,:.:. 'of the local bank and prominent; Fort I'
< 'i I'. farmer of this section, hastenec l this week ,
',:' :' with his wife to their son's bedside ,. Sixth \ I .,'
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A Fair Warning iiflZi- I Our Anxiety 1 \'

ASTOR Y, is told of an old ar1Id1J4Ll4)dO I

woman sitting on HAVE we found that anxiety 1 :.
Chamberlain Roused by Arrogance at Shanghai .
I the steps of a church during a possible consequences j :

Woman's Rights meeting in Ak- Jackson Day Celebrated by the Democrats increased the clearness of our \

ron, Ohio, in 1851., She listenedto I judgment, made us wiser, and i

,the fiery speeches by the braver in meeting the present, ,
men for quite awhile, denounc- and arming ourselves for the. fu- '?:

ing the idea that women, should : x'tirir :y6p about ture?, ., If we had prayed for I

vote. Finally the old woman : this day's bread, and left the next
: ;
walked to the front of the B Butchery by Air. to itself, not allotting to ,each day t

church, pointed her finger at ANTONIO, TEXAS. its appointed task, but ever de-
the men and said, "If de fust d Arl., y,9ra q>r'.aj SAN the of II ferring that to the future, and i :
woman God ever made turneddis drawing upon the'future for its ?I
all Duce and that air-minded 'son own troubles, which must be ?
world upside down by : y...... ryy'e; met t
herself, dese, women all toged- 4; of his, who wrote a brave book when they come, we should have I :

der can set it right side up describing the joy of bombing found simplicity and honesty in t 1:

again and you men better let undefended mud villages full of our' lives, capacity for work, '
I an enjoyment in it.-F. I
'em do it.
I f' SfJ women and children, one of the Maurice f I

leading statesmen of Italy has I I II '

g.:,,. delivered a speech 'declaring ,I

Power of Speech < war is the most; glorious, most Advantage of Advertising I

Whitefield, famous old preacher, inspiring, most beautiful thingon will find the 1 I
4 advertising
f. YOU
was addressing an assembly of earth. Inquiry discloses that merchant'
carrying the larg-
seamen: "Well, my boys, we havea this is hero in
cheery patriot a est stock of merchandise, main- I
clear sky and are making fine .
., ..
r. his As officer he the
taining most attractive
headway ." he began, and '3''n own right. an ,
then, "Hark! Don't you hear distant enthusiastically participated in store, employing the' most efficient -

thunder? Don't you see the retreat from Caporetta. sales force, and by

flashes of' lightning? There is ,a spreading his overhead costs
Caporetta was the place where the of ,
over larger volume busi-
storm gathering! The air is dark!
The tempest rages! Our masts are President Franklin D. Roosevelt, right, shakes hands with the speakerof all ranks of an entire army, with victory ness ,attracted by advertising,

gone! The ship ,is on, her beams the house William B. Bankhead of Alabama, left, as Vice President against the around en- offering the lowest prices for

ends! What next?" At this dra- John Nance Garner looks on, at the Jackson Day dinner in Washington. the emy right suddenly f fS quality merchandise. In these ,
matic climax, it is said, the tars, remembered they ways advertising serves both t, ;

reminded of former perils, on the had sworn to die in merchant and consumer. I

deep, as if struck by the power of td We Jiduuul the last ditch and I

magic, rose with united voice and started for the extreme -
cried, "Take to the lifeboats." SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK rear to look 'l kJ

Western Newspaper Union. I;
for it. ,Or it may

Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are an the national have been that everybody I
Too near future, revenue estimates THE
Japanese Arrogant II 1'
effective laxative. Sugar coated. being reduced because of just simultaneously FIRST

Children like them. Buy nowlAdv.Best GREAT BRITAIN'S government, the depression. felt home-
to dispatches from sick. Anyhow, it was I
billion dollars asked
Nearly a was
London, has finally been driven by months before some
Things Most Difficult by the President for national defense Irvin S. Cobb
According to the proverb, the Japanese arrogance at Shanghai. because of "world conditionsover of them caught up 1

best things are the most difficult the point of resist- which his nation has no con- with their panting.So FERRY'Sd 1I I
ance. The invaders It's possible this bloodthirstyorator ,I
-Plutarch.NERVOUS. trol, and more may be called for
have been demand- for the has confused the science of -
soon same purpose.
ing full control of Summarized, the President's warfare with the footracing. J21 1 ; ,
the captured city, to
budget statement said: *

? the virtual exclusionof Revenues for the next fiscal year The ,Meaning of Words.
other foreign
will total $5,919,400,000, a decreaseof
terests and their A
Do you feel so nervous you want to scream? $401,076,000 from the present fiscal who never admitted the Eight-
Are you cross and irritable? Do you scold troops there have DATED
those dearest to you? treated British policemen year. eenth amendment was 'a failure, is
If your nerves are on edge, try LYDIA E. in the inter- Expenditures, exclusive of debt said to be comforting the drys with
It often helps Nature calm quivering nerves. national settlement retirements, will total $6,896,000,000, words of wisdom, his attitude-in
For three generations one woman has told a decrease of $539,600,000 from the effect-being this:
another how to go "smiling through" with very roughly. present fiscal year. II
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It Neville Prime Minister The causes of sanity and safety
THE red-and-silver I
helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessen- National defense appropriationswill Ferry'sSeeds
ing the discomforts from the functional dis- Neville Chamberlainhas total $991,300,000 increase of suffer because certain distillers and display in your neighborhood :
orders which women must endure. taken personal command of a many local retailers indiscriminately store is the first real signof
NOW bottle of world- $34,300,000. Later President
Make a note to get a may
famous Pinkham's Compound today WITH- British program designed to curb, ask for additional funds to construct sell an unnecessarily highpowered spring. It's'a reminder, too, lt
OUT FAIL from your druggist-more than a the Japanese expansion of power, product, the results being law- that you can, grow more lus-,
million women have written in letters reporting several extra naval vessels. "
benefit. and is keeping Washington and Relief expenditures for the next breaking, property damage; dangerand cious vegetables and more glorious -
vJbhlTlBUrvcJ-J' PINKHAM'S Paris fully informed of his plans fiscal personal injury and untold suffering flowers than ever if you \,
will total
: ? year roughly $1,138-
and actions. Also he has been in for innocent parties; homi- rely on Ferry's Seeds. For the !:
frequent telephonic conversationwith 3 4,000, a decrease of $841,356,000from cides, mutilations, often a horrid Ferry-Morse Seed-Breeding Institute It

Heedless One Foreign Minister Eden, vaca- the present fiscal year. death for the purchaser of the article has developed many fine ;,t
The deficit will be financed
But how can he expect that oth- tioning at Cannes.A in question.To new varieties and even improved 11
through Social Security and other old favorites.
ers should build for him, sow for high government official in Lon: trust funds and not through public extend the argument further, 'I
him, and at his call love him, who don said Chamberlain had resolved"not' let us change just three words: In the Institute's 'experi- l
borrowing.The I
for himself will take heed at of mental gardens, seed experts
no to stand for Japanese use Certain automobile manufacturersand
deficit estimate for the fiscal
develop and test Ferry's Seeds ,
all?Wordsworth. military superiority in the present local agents indiscrim-
many Q
year ends June 30 has been breeding and gradually perfecting -
emergency to force concessions in raised from $695,000,000 to $1,088- inately sell an unnecessarily high- carefully selected strains.
Shanghai." It was made plain that powered product, the results being
100,000, because of the business re Choose seeds from the
EASE YOUR CHILD'SCHEST Britain would act only in harmonywith cession. law-breaking, property damage; Ferry's display your this year. All
the United States and France. danger and personal injury and untold -
Expenditures for new highways, have been tested 'for germination
COLD TONIGHTTonight That the Japanese are not afraidof new ,rivers and harbors projects, suffering for innocent'parties; and trueness to type-your
Great Britain was indicated by a homicides, mutilations, often a hor- of successful
new public buildings, new recla- assurance a gar-
at bedtime, rub his little statement by Rear Admiral Tanet- rid death for the purchaser of the
mation and den. 5c packet and 1938
chest with stainless, snow-white projects other new pub- a up.
Penetro. Penetro is the only salve suga Sosa, retired, maintaining that lic works will be reduced sharply.The article in question. NOVELTIES too FerryMorseSeed
it would be easy for the Japanesenavy Now then when aforesaid, Co. Detroit San Francisco.
that has a base of old-fashioned I public debt will reach a rec- gen- ,
mutton suet together with 113% to to reduce the British strong- ord high of $38,528,200,000 on June tleman kindly proves that, in sell-

227%' more medication than any holds at Hongkong and Singapore' 30, 1939. ing cars capable of traveling 130

other nationally sold cold salve. J before the British main fleet could -*- miles an hour or even faster, for FERRY'S SEEDS

Creates thorough counterirritantaction get there. Sosa said the only thing Stand use. on highways having a speed

that ,increases blood flow, that could save Britain was to Vandenberg's" limit of 60 miles an hour, or less,
stimulates body heat to ease the draw the United States into the war. SENATOR AKTHUR ''H. VAN- he is promoting the causes of sanity :
tightness and pressure. Vaporizing Aid in Battle
-*- of Michigan is not I'll
and safety, turn prohibitionistwith
nasal action passages.helps to "open 35c jar up"contains stuffy Jackson Day Feasts going to seek the Republican nom- him. Kind looks' ," kind words, kind

ination for President in 1940 ,but if S acts, and warm handshakesthese -
twice 25c size. Ask for Penetro. who, partook of !
DEMOCRATS it is offered him he Practical Jokes. are secondary means of
in vari-
day banquets
will not refuse the when men are in trouble,
city drove into grace
ous large, cities paid about $250,000into THREE sportsmen
SMALL SIZE E1 LARGE SIZE honor. He so statedin country in Texas. and are fighting their unseen bat-
the of the
purse party's national -
60c S' $1.20 a letter to Joseph tles. John Hall.
committee. At the dinner in Everywhere the lands were posted. ,
Washington President Roosevelt Leib, organizer of a But one of the party knew an old i

pleaded with the nation to under- movement against a rancher whose acres bordered the
third term for Mr. ., "
stand that his administration be- highway. Leaving his mates at the

1iI"'O lieves it is helping and not hurting Roosevelt.The road, -he went to ask permission to i

Brings Blessed Relief business by the drive against mo- senator- hunt deer on the property.

from aches and pains of nopolistic practices. His talk was whose term expiresin "Sure," said the owner. "Bust
1941 asserted he
RHEUIATISM rather conciliatory. He promised a would not work forSenator right in-my place is full of bucks; ;

NEURITIS and LUMBAGOTry fight, but he called it a cheerful or countenance I never gun 'em myself. Now dome ',:

a bottle Why Suffer? fight on his part, against a mere any a favor. As you turn into the 4 .
-. ,tli: l; iIc1ele'JI1']'tll 1-;,e1 .... orga1 zed effort to ,
handful of the, total business men Vandenberg obtain the presIdential lot, you'll see an old, crippled, sick
and bankers and industrialists who white mare. She oughter be dead, \
for him, but added:
Momentary Pleasure can be expected to "fight to the "I'' hope I shall never'run but I ain't got the heart to kill any ',:
last ditch retain away of her ,;
to such autocratic living creature. Put her out
There is more pleasure in build any public duty or obligation if JEWEL adoesn't
control over the industry and the which misery, will you?
confronts '
ing ground.-Edward castles in the Gibbon.air than on 'the finances"of the country as they now In his letter he me.hinted he expects 'The gratified'huntsman had a give results as ;

possess. that a new form of opposition will waggish idea. As he opened the fine as shortening-

At the New York banquet Jim develop against Roosevelt as a re- pasture gate, he let out a terrific any ,
Farley staged the debut of Robert sult of the split in the Democratic yell. REGARDLESS OF PRICE :y

,H. Jackson, assistant attorney gen- party and Republican activities in "I feel so good I've got to shoot ',\

BLACKMANStock eral, as a candidate for the governor- 'seeking to form a new program something!" he whooped. "Believe 'I'r ,.;0,

ship of the Empire state. The young through a committee of 150 repre- I'll shoot a horse to start with." "

and Poultry Medicines lawyer, who has attracted public at- sentatives of all groups within the With that, he hauled off and blast- ( (I ,, 1.

Are Reliable tention recently by attacks on big Republican party. ed down the feeble old nag where t' ,

business, was the principal speaker.At she leaned against the fence. 1 r (4 -

.A-Brik.Blackman's Medicated Lick- a luncheon party he admitted he Wheeler Hits I.C.C. "And now," as he turned on his L 1 J < 1
would be the Democratic nomineefor << '
horrified "I believe I'll
Blackman's Stock Powder governor "if the party wants SENATOR BURTON K. WHEEL- "
of so-and-soes.
shoot me a couple
4 Blackman's Cow, "{Tonic me." chairman of the
Blackman's Hog Powder -*- senate railroad finance investigating He waved his rifle in their direc- Get the free recipe for SWEET RICE

Blackman's Poultry Tablets committee, charged in a state- tion. The next instant one had FRITTERS at your grocer's where
Budget Message Summary of the and had him
ment that the interstate vaulted out car
Blackman's Poultry Powder buy
you your
ofelackman's MORE vitally important than his commission is using "trick rabbits"in down, choking him until his tongue

Lice Powder message on the, state of solving carrier problems., stuck out like a pink plush necktie.

Highest Quality-Lowest Price' the nation was President Roose- He accused the finance division of They were halfway back to town,

Satisfaction Guaranteed velt's budget message to congress.In the I. C. C., which must approve with a large man sitting on his head O
or it he forecast a deficit of $1,088- government loans to railroads be- and another driving like mad to finda ,

your money back 129,600 for the current fiscal year fore they are granted by the Recon- lunatic asylum or a stout jail, be- o "1

BUY FROM YOUR DEALER which ends on June 30, and a deficitof struction Finance corporation, of deliberately fore the humorist succeeded in con-

$949,606,000 for' the 1939 fiscal violating the law and vincing them it was all just clean, e
year. "calmly gambling" on a stock mar- boyish fun. t..J
Chattanooga, Tenn. There was no promise that the ket increase to "protect the taxpayers' IRVIN S. COBB. FAVORITE OF THE SOUTH ;
budget would be balanced in the money." Copyright.-WNU Service. 4

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)VC7 Offering Information

ANOTHER on Various Subjects Sap:

mes SUNDAY L esson .

By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST 1. How many people come of I Answers An Account They CherishAs
Jj.an of the of Moody Chicago.Bible Institute voting age each year in ,the.United 1. About 2,200,000 reach their soon as a friendship ii
Other Rund
Way O Western Newspaper union. States? twenty-first birthday. anniversaryeach formed 'the parties to it open, ,an
Horse-Owner-I'm afraid sir I
-, 2.Vhat are known as Cleopatra's year. account of favors and obligations.
must ask you to pay in advance Lesson for 23 '
January needles? 2.I Two Egyptian obelisks, one in is
Slang often a useful additionto
, for the hire of the horse.
Amateur Rider-What's that 3 What is the average annual New York and the other in London the language made-by people

MINISTERING TO PHYSICAL expenditure per pupil for public who don't know there are already
for? Are you afraid I shall come .
NEEDS school instruction in the United 3. It is $64.76, ranging from plenty of words to express all they
back without the horse?
in in
$18.93 Mississippi to $124.32
States? want to say.People .
Horse-Owner-Oh sir But
no, : LESSON TEXT-Mark 12945. New York.
the horse might come back with- GOLDEN TEXT-And he healed many 4. What is a joss? 4. It is an idol or household god who shout breathlesslyand

\ out you.' that were sick-Mark 1:34. .5. Is the water in Great Salt of the Chinese. Every family has ceaselessly for "somebody to
PRIMARY House.TOPIC-When Jesus Went toPeter's lake much saltier than that in the, its joss. do something" often get the

Stingy Patient (to Dentist)- JUNIOR TOPIC-When Jesus Went to ocean? 5. Its average salinity is nearly wrong thing done.

Two dollars to pull out a front ,Peter's House.INTERMEDIATE. 6. From what conquerors did I six times that of the ocean. There are experiences that are

tooth? I should say not. I'll starta -Helping the Sick. AND SENIOR TOPIC England derive its name? 6. The Angles. useful; and others that leave a

fight on the ''way home. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPICChristianity's dent in your' character.'If .

Concern for Physical Health. He with Us
EASIER TO REPLY "The Mystery of Painlessness" is AROUND Items of Interest We like a man that comes right

the title of a book published some Ese out ,and says what he thinks.
years ago, in which the author .r to the Housewife Learn to do perfect work. It is

,.! pointed out that instead of bemoan-, the HOUSE : II one of the surest ways of holdinga
ing the physical ailments; of man ;:. ', .' -. job.

we should thankfully recognize that The first thorough American
much of life is without pain. Thereis To Keep Sink White and Shin- off. Mix an equal amount of utilitarian ignored the beauty of

point to the suggestion, but one ing.-Make a soap jelly by dissolving washing blue and sugar with a,lit Niagara falls and mourned over

:,; who has reached the years of ma- soap in warm water and tle water and, using a fine brush, the, water power going to waste.

>r':,, turity and ''Who has stood shoulderto adding a few tablespoons of kero- paint over the, design on the used
:', shoulder with suffering man- sene. Keep this in a glass or transfer with this mixture and

;., Jones-You know, you'll never' kind is very conscious of the never- wide-mouthed. jar. leave to dry. The transfer can
11t }'' w have your name inscribed in the silent cry of those whose bodies are then be ironed off again as when

'a ;, 4l; Hall of Fame. in need. When Cooking Cheese.-In cook-, new.

'd1'}::::: Smith-Perhaps not. But I'd Our Lord was tender and solici- ing anything with cheese, use a '

ilt.;: rather have people asking why it tous of man. It was to him that low temperature 'because intense Colorful Rolls.-Some cooks add
, t.: isn't there than why it is. the great host of impotent folk- heat makes cheese tough and color to their rolls by putting a

i1J"',' the 'lame, the halt, the sick, and the stringy. daub of jam in a little hole in
: the center of each before bak-
't''iff; blind-came for healing, and they just
: Jewel in the, Routh Polishing Cloths.-The cotton ing.
' came not in vain. Note, however,
1? :: \ Said Mrs. BroWne to her new that in the midst.. of his works of tops of old stockings make the *

" v : maid: ''I trust you did not have mercy he did not forget his real best possible rags for polishing To Prevent Scorching Milk.-

.; ;-:>' any high words with your last objective, which 'was to deal with plate. They are soft and fine, and Before heating milk in a sauce-

: '" mistress before you left?" man's sin.I. if kept clean by ,boiling regularlyin pan; rinse the pan with cold wa-
,;' i., % "No I locked her in the bath- little milk they will keep
Healing (v. 29). a ter and it will not scorch so eas-
,." ,: room and slipped out quietly," replied First, we find our Lord tenderly your silver beautifully bright. ily.
' \ *
:, I. the girl. sharing the sorrow of the home of -
Stick, That Tear.-Place the
'a friend. One can picture the anx-
: F' Can't Be That ious hush that hovered o"er the torn material wrong side up on a
' flat surface, cover the tear with I I s @
.f Father-I think my watch needs home as distressed relatives and I I ; "
1. ,
'' friends sought to alleviate the suf- white of egg, making sure that the
$[ :, cleaning.
torn edges are close together.
fering of the one'with fever.
a They
.f' Small Son-Oh, no; I had it in
Place piece of linen it and
a over
the bath yesterday. knew the possibility of a serious'
outcome of the illness. of press with, a hot iron. ,, -: ''' ," ';' '" : ', :
: Many us ;:> > : &Jgf-" ,' ': <:, :}}'FWlfjJf"Slfidge
have gone through that dark valley.All :" *
at once there was new hope, Orange Cup Cakes.-Two eggs, : Writh : .

, 2 WAY RELIEf and soon there was joy. Jesus had sour cream, one cup sugar, one : ,,, ':. '> {
; come and had brought healing. and one-half cups flour, one tea-

:,j FOR THE MISERY, OF Many of us have also: had that spoon salt, one-quarter cup melt- Q akel't SateWintel'tj::

' blessed experience.Note ed butter, one orange. Break two : .
eggs into cup, fill cup with sour 4 ; :"iJ
that the healing was instan- ,
Beat with dover beater. ,
cream. egg ,
COLDS taneous and the restoration com-
\. Add sugar. Beat well. Add
::0.1 care-free ;
plete. She arose to serve. This Moler Enjoy easy starting,
sifted dry ingredients and then ,' .. .. '
typifies God's healing of the sick-. : ', ," driving, and economical lubrication -
ness of the soul. If you are saved melted butter. Use grated rind of ,' ,'.:\/:, for the rest of the ",'
for Bake <
one orange flavoring. ; "
",,' '-" ", you are ready to stand up and ? : "
in moderate oven for 20 minutes. \ ;" ,: ',' ::/: Winter. Quaker State Winter ',
. serve. *'' 'j$<: <., \ ,,', ,',' Oil is made only of finest
Christianity is not a selfish faith, ,
--, Transfers.-If ,,tip;. : < Pennsylvania crude oil .
if it follows its Lord. We see in Reviving you
verses 32 to 34 that all the city' wish to repeat a design when do- specially refined for Winter.

came to his door with the diseasedand ing embroidery, it is not neces- :l It flows freely when cold :

demon possessed, and he sary to buy a new transfer once i gives the motor full-bodied

healed them all. The account of the original one has been ..ironedTIPS lubrication. The retail price

the kindly and ,intelligent care of "- ; \ ': t is 35# a quart. Quaker State 1

the sick is written large on the t ,:% Oil Refining Corporation, Oil i
of the of the Christian < !
pages history 3t.
\ City, Pennsylvania.
church.II. to :: < p

Praying (v. 35).

The Son of God sought out a place GardenersSoil r ,4v' "
Take 2 BAYER ASPIRIN tablets and *. '*. / f
tE' drink a full glass of wator. Repeat and a time for prayer communionwith
treatment In 2 hours.If his Father. How often we who

throat Is sore from the cold, profess to follow him fail to pray
crush and stir 3 BAYER ASPIRIN at all. Certainly we need the grace H..4
4,t- tablets in ]/3 glass of water. Gargle and power that prayer can bring Study ImportantA !

_.4; twice. This eases throat rawness far more than Jesus ,did. But, we FEW minutes' study of your
' and soreness almost instantly. So garden soil just before plant- I
say, we are so busy. was he.
; All it usually costs to relieve the We are tired. So was he. ing may make a marked differ-

'F..i s misery of a cold today, is 3j? to III. Preaching (vv. 36-39). ence in your success as a gar- "
% .
; 5$?- relief for the period of your dener.
' r cold 151 to 251. ' preach for therefore
need neglect even minor head may cameI
careful handling, but they are .
colds. forth. It bears repetition in this
Here is what to do: Take two age when men magnify the doingof heavily productive. Sandy soils L r IF .
',\ :.\ BAYER tablets when you feel a mighty deeds, that while Jesus are "early" and sandy loams are o d v ar,a ,
:r cold coming on with a full glass did just about ideal for most home a many .miracles (and not for a '
: of water.Then repeat,if necessary, garden crops. A
moment would f
t we detract from i
< to directions in each
according their In some southern states two
worth and glory) yet he
Relief repeatedly -
package. comes rapidly.
{; crops may be grown, one in the
fZt_ The Bayer method of relieving by word and act, empha- '
f.i( colds is the way many doctors sized the, importance of preaching. spring and one in the fall. : d 111 ,
' Peas, lettuce, cabbage, broccoli,
You take
approve. Bayer Aspirin Foolish though it may'seem to
cauliflower beets carrots rad- __
' for relief- then if you are not ,
the natural man (read I Cor. 1:18- r, yty>-
''H improved promptly, you call the ishes, and onions prefer plentyof id
family doctor. 25), preaching the gospel in the moisture and moderately cool _

, .'. power of the Holy Spirit is now, as temperatures during develop-
'";, O it has been through the centuries, ment, according to Harold Coul-
u God's chosen means of turning the '
ter, vegetable expert. These vegetables ;
world upside down (Acts 17:6). should be planted about as AtJL

What a pity that churches and pas- early in fall as weather permits. '-i: tI
FOR 12 tors
are forsaking it for book reviews "following vegetables are not i /-4 ,
TABLETS + dramas, social hours forums
as hardy as those listed above and
2 FULL DOZEN 25C community centers, and what had best be grown in spring crops:

Virtually 1 cent tablet not! God give us a revival of great, Sweet corn, beans, tomatoes, pep-
a humble, and fearless preaching of pers, egg plant, cucumbers, mel- Lacking the Heart neath the dust of forgetfulness be-
the Word! ons, squash and pumpkin. They No man is ever laid on a shelf cause he lacks the heart to arise
WNU-7 3-33 IV. Cleansing (vv. 40-45). like abundant sunshine. They do by Fate. He climbs up there of and face the business of life.- 'I

There is a sense in which the best on loamy soils. his own will, and lies 'down be- i Seton Merriman.THE .

.1) 111To cleansing of, the leper was anotheract
<; of healing, but leprosy is such 'a

Get Rid of Acid striking type of sin that the incident
And Poisonous Waste calls for special consideration.

Your kidneys help to keep yon.weli Leprosy is like sin in that it is a
by constantly filtering waste matter
from the bloo It your kidneys get destructive malady that pursues its
.' functionally disordered and fail to insidious without revealing its
; remove excess impurities, there may be 'a.PEPSODENT 1e
'' poisoning of the whole system and true nature until it is far advanced.It v
body-wide distress.Burning renders a man unclean, loathsometo
scanty or too frequent urination
may be a warning of some kidneyor himself and dangerous to others.At .
bladder disturbance. least such it was in the days of
S.:', persistent You may headache Buffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness, our Lord.Is Tooth Paste and Powder Alone 'Contain

':;: under getting the up eyes'nights-feel swelling weak, nervous, puffines;al. there no hope for the leper? This Thrilling New Luster Discovery c: ry
" played out. Yes; Jesus has come. The smittenman
:: In ouch cases it is better to rely on t cries e What a thrill I..To see your own smile And Pepsodent containing Irium is Safe
, out, "If thou wilt thou
\ medicine that baa won country-wide reveal teeth that flash and sparkle with Contains NO GRIT NO PUMICE, NO
,<; acclaim ably known.than Use on Doan'i something Pill*less. A favor-multi- canst make me clean." all their glorious natural luster! Use this BLEACH. It reveals dazzling natural luster ;pv )
tude of grateful; people recommendDoan't. So, also, may the sinner be modernized dentifrice twice every dayand in record time! See how Pepsodent : )
Ask your seiohborlnn 1 cleansed, for "whosoever shall call see how quickly your smile glistensand containing Irium shows up any other
upon the name of the Lord, shall gleams as it naturally should 1 You dentifrice on the market- c1eW\
O be saved" Rom. see, that's "The Miracle of Irium!" BAR NONE! Try it and see I .
s ( 10:13). He will ,
4rr;.{ not turn the vilest of sinners away. I.

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