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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 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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FUEHRER STIRS EUROPEDemands R I HOUSE X90 to the Housewife

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Colonies, Threatens Czechs and Says Ger- I, Lesson 1 0 : AI


many Doesn't Fear War ., Anthony Eden Resigns By Dean REV.of HAROLD the Moody L.Bible LUNDQUIST Institute Cleaning Hair Brushes.-To re- Sprinkle methylated spirit on a
of Chicago. move grease and dirt from hair clean ,soft rag, rub it on the

.. Western Newspaper Union. brushes and combs, wash them ina globes, leave for a few minutes
; r' quart of water to which.a tea- and then polish. They'll be like
Y
Lesson for March 13 spoon of ammonia is added; rinse new.
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and dry in the sun.

FEEDING THE HUNGRY Tape Measure Tip.-Glue a '1.

Preserving the Broom.-Soaking length of tape measure across the
i : LESSON TEXT-Mark 62044. a broom in boiled salt-water front edge of your sewing machine.It'll .
GOLDEN' TEXT-Give them to eat.
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I Mark: 6:37.PRIMARY. every two weeks' will help preserve save that searching for a tape-

TOPIC-When Jesus Fed a it.Glowing. when you want to measure the

Hungry Crowd. depth of hems, tucks, etc.
UNIOR TOPIC-A Boy's Part in a Great
Miracle. Lamps.-Here's a tip *

55 INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- for country readers who use gas Washing Parsley. Parsley
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Sharing What We Have.
wash the washed with hot water keeps'its,
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- or lamps. Never glass
Providing for the Needs, of All. globes as it makes them crack. flavor better and is' easier to chop.An .


: "My ,God shall supply all your I
;axr need according to his riches in glory

by Christ Jesus" (Phil. 4:19). Suchis II Heirloom Bedspread I

the assurance of God's Word. 0
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Countless Christians have proved it .

tt v to be true that they may trust God : structions for making the square

to" supply every need-temporal or shown; an illustration of it and

spiritual.The of the stitches used; material requirements -
: lesson for today first presentsthe ; a photograph of the

disciples as they had come back square.To .
r from their preaching expedition and 4w
obtain this, pattern send 15
presented to the 'Lord Jesus a re- coins coins
cents in stamps or (
port of their stewardship in minis- preferred) to The Sewing Circle, .
tering the bread of life to the spir-
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Household Arts Dept, 259 W. 14th "
Chancellor Hitler delivering the sensational speech in which he defied itually needy. He invites them to U p ;5. St., New York, N. Y.
I a place apart from the busy walks
the'world, declaring Germany was not afraid of war. Above him is seen '
from Berlin.SUMMARIZES I of daily life for a time of com- ,
General Goering. This is a radiophoto
munion and rest. The multitude

would not be denied, however, and showed '

6d w PlduuuL follow our Lord to the desert place. "Ah :, ,

Having taught them, Jesus! has, op- '
THE WORLD'S WEEK portunity to instruct His disciplesin yo' mammy 'with < ,:,

the important ministry of supply- :

Western Newspaper Union. ing for those in need the bread for JEWEL, too, ..... : ; :>

and insistent advocate of imme- their bodies.
Hitler Defies the World an '
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diate friendship with Germany and I. The ,Ministry of the Bread of honey" ,
I POLITICAL turmoil spread over ,Italy, even at the cost of great con- <:.

Europe after Reichsfuehrer Adolf cessions by Britain. He was sent Life.Reports of accomplishments in ( "
Hitler in address to the reichs- Ii ,
an
to Berlin not long ago to talk over the field of Christian work (al- ::
tal!. declared his intention to make matters with the Nazi leaders. i '

Germany one of 'the Eden told the house of commons ,though sometimes of stewardship an earnest of service accounting I 'sGl, reN a ,r,1 ,yIrlti., ''::

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most powerful nations that he had resigned rather than :
and money) are all too often pre-
in the world, deal with Italy in the face of Pre pared for the purpose of impressingmen Here's an heirloom popcorn ,. \-!
warning that it Ii ,....,
gave ',
and mier Mussolini's "rife, hostile prop- and 'seeking their financial as- bedspread that's going to lend '';
was re-arming aganda" against Britain and II Du- sistance. The real report is the richness to your bedroom-just

did not fear war ce's "glorification" of victories in one which disciples make to their I see how effectively that ,striking .. \

Yy though it desired I Spain. Lord. It concerns two vital points. popcorn motif is set off by the '. 'i
peace, and demanded Chamberlain boldly told the houseof : lacy mesh background. It's fas-
the return of commons that his government 1. "What they had done" (v. 30). cinating work-crocheting the individual -, .. '" .,'j

Germany's lost col would begin negotiations with Italyat One of the temptations which face squares of durable string For generations, fine cooks ,. ,
onies. Furthermore, the preacher and teacher of Chris- throughout the South have preferred : ,
once in hopes of obtaining a and once you've learned one you ,
tian truth is avoid Jewel A Blend
to unpleasantand I Shortening. Special
Hitler upheld the ag-
friendly settlement. He put forwarda won't want to stop until all the "
-- actions of difficult problems by simply t of choice vegetable fats and other : -
Adolf Hitler gressive four-power peace plan designed to proclaiming the truth and doing squares are finished and joined bland cooking fats, Jewel actually ". :w
Italy and Japan, eliminate the dangers of war in Eu- into a spread of ,unusual beauty. creams faster, makes more lender
and asserted that Germany would r pe. As members of the pact, he ad- r.othing about the outworking of that In pattern 5903 you will find inTIPS baked foods, than the costliest types ,,,"-,'
not tolerate ultimate victory of the vocated Germany, Italy, France, truth in daily living. It sounds very of shortening. You: get better results \' .,
loyalist faction in Spain over Fran- and Britain. pious to say that we will presentthe every time. Look for the red carton. }
co's rebel forces. Word and let it do its own work,
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The Fuehrer told with gratification but the Christian worker who
'
of his success in compelling French Worried evades his duty to deal at close to

Chancellor Schuschnigg to give the PREMIER CHAUTEMPS and oth- grips with sin and disorder in the ,".

Austrian Nazis representation in er high French officials saw, in church and community has not d's-: GardenersSeed

his cabinet and to permit them to Hitler's words concerning German charged his responsibility to Christ. .,,;: ;: ':;
act as a political party. He gave minorities in other lands a definite 2. "What they had taught" (v. 30). '":

no assurance that the independenceof threat against Czechoslovakia, a The second temptation of the ,:

Austria would be preserved. He military ally of France, whose se- preacher is to follow the specious Treatment
openly threatened similar action curity the French bound FAVORITE OF THE SOUTHAs
are to de- reasoning of the modernist who says sometimes treated to
are
against Czechoslovakia ,unless the fend. There are about 3,000,000 Ger- that it does not matter what 8J man SEEDS to'com
germination 'or -
Germans 'in that country were mans in that country. believes, it is what he does that bat disease. ,The
following practices -
"
You Can
granted "political liberty. From Prague, the Czech capital, counts. The foundation of Christian 'recommended Harold :/
Hitler's speech might be summar- came word that Czechoslovakiawould character is Christian doctrine, I are by Do all the good you can, by alT '
ized as a declaration that Germany therefore the N. Coulter, vegetable expert of: the means you can, in all' theways' '.
not even negotiate with Ger- disciple of Christ must
the Seed Institute.For .
will Great Ferry can, in all the places '
ignore Britain, France know 'you
what
to teach and ;
many regarding autonomy for those give account -
and other western powers in carry- to the Lord 'more rapid germination: you can, to all the people you
Germans and would not yield to coercion for his teaching.
of
nick the seed'coat
ing out her international policies, and Chip or : can, as long as you can.-John ',' :
as did Austria. Officials said Teaching doing the command-
will continue her efforts to destroythe that if negotiations are Hitler's aim, ments of God go hand in ,hand.II. the following flower seeds: Lathyrus Wesley. '. .:
( sweet ) the \
perennial :
pea '
last of the :
vestiges general set- : ,
they would be regarded as "in- The of ...
Ministry Daily Bread. "
moonflower all morning
lupins
,
tlements which
followed the World
war; will insist that the "have not" fringement and of Czechoslovakia's therefore sov- Jesus found no rest, for the mul- II glories, and annual sweet peas. Now Real Economy;>> ,'.

nations must be restored to a basisof ereignty able." not accept titudes followed Him to the others Be careful not to damage the in- 1 doz. St. Joseph A.pJrin__IOc ',
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equality with the "have" de of the lake. Ere long the eve; terior of the seed. 3 do*. St. Joseph.A.piria-20c .. :
pow- As for the prospective British- Remove the outer shell of: 8% doz. St. Joseph A.pirin35oPut ,/
ers, and is prepared to defy any Italian ning approaches, and the disciples tough
combination of powers which may' agreement, the French gov- begin to be concerned about how abronia (sand verbena,) castor oo
ernment fearful
that
was Chamber-
be formed against her. this great multitude is' to be fed. bean, nasturtium, and momor-' ,
lain's overtures to Mussolini would
They follow the inclinations of the dica. .
Here ..
are some of the other things take a course that France could
Hitler told the not flesh and decide to solve the prob- Soak the following flower seedsin .. ;
reichstag: follow without risk of alienating its ,
lem by asking Jesus to water for 12 hours: Canna lily, '-,
Germany refuses to accept "cred- own Socialist and Communist ele '
its or other promises" in substitu- ments. The however 1. "Send them away" (v. 36)). Job's tears, sweet pea, all morning to Use
government,
The church has followed their ex- glories, and momordica.For No the little '
tion for the colonies taken from her was determined to keep unbrokenits deeds of kindness
by the treaty of Versailles. close relations with Britain. ample in dealing with the social preventing: disease: and the cordial words which we .

Reports of dissension between the *_ problems of the people down' Soak the' following vegetable scatter on our. path through life- ,,- .
Nazi hierarchy and the Reichswehrare through "the years. The result is seeds in hot water at exactly 122 are not lost.-Pierre de Coule- ,

"nonsense" and in his new roleas For Price Increases that being denied, fellowship, com:: degrees F. for precisely 30 min- vain. /'. -

supreme commander of theReich's fort, and help by a church which utes to combat black rot and .
going to Hyde Park for
armed forces he has decided BEFORE a short vacation, President was too busy building up a vast or- I black leg; Broccoli, brussels

to '"strengthen the army to prevent Roosevelt announced two moves de- ganization or a beautiful order of sprouts, cabbage,' cauliflower 'and

the menace of war." signed to restore prosperity. He worship, the common people have I collards.ravo'iite.

Germany has no intention of returning declared the administration's eco responded to the appeal of political- I
to the League of Nations. nomic policies are being directed leaders who have provided a substitute II -
for what the I
church should '
*
toward a limited increase in prices
.J:2
to be achieved without have given them. CiplJO
Halifax inflation
Succeeds
Eden or 1
.
Serious thoughts are these. It will '
any substantial increase in the cost
REFUSING to go along with of living.He not do for us to "send them away" the Weeki ... 'fsj 1
Prime Minister from the church hearted
Neville Cham- ordered the Reconstruction Fi empty and I :
berlain in his plans to "buy" a nance corporation to renew its lend empty handed. Our Lord says- i

friendly settlement with Germany ing to industry and the railways.The 2, "Give ye them to eat" (v. 37). 1 .. ,.,: '"
and Italy, Capt. An- President Reckoning'hastily on what a small PIMIENTO BISQUE wy ',:.',{
thony Eden, British specifically men- boy had brought for his lunch (trust THE soup described below is
tioned farm
prices as needing to be .
It has delectable
foreign'secretary increased. On the other hand an alert I boy to be ready!), the dis a :r'ADVERTISING.
he .f
,
who has fought the I said certain other prices ciples soon demonstrate that it is flavor and the rich color of the
such
ambitions I as pimientoes gives just the desiredred
of European those in the impossible to feed this great throng.
building industry, have
touch to the finished product.
dictators for I is such
remained at a high level for the Logic a devastating thing
two years, resigned last few when it operates apart from faithin 1 can cream of 1 tsp. salt
years. celery soup 2 slices of onion
from( the cabinet. -*_ God. They were absolutely right 1 cup milk \9 tsp. paprika v"
With him went Vis- in their reasoning and in their cal- I 3 pimientoes .

count Cranborn, the Earle Wants Toga culations, but they had forgotten the If' canned condensed "soup is is essential ,
I
principal foreign un GOv. GEORGE H. EARLE of one factor that really counted. Jesus used, prepare according to direc- as to business ; ;

dersecretary. V i s- Pennsylvania announced his was there, and Jesus is God, and I' tions on the label and then add 1 as is rain to -
growing )
count Halifax was candidacy for the Democratic nomi God is omnipotent. cup of milk. If\canned readytoserve "

appointed to suc- Lord Halifax nation for United States senator,, 3. "'LIe commanded and they ,I' cream of celery' soup is crops. It is the keystone ;

ceed Eden temporarily. This changewas standing on his, record as governorand did all eat" (vv. 39, 42). used, pour the contents into a pan
in effect another triumph for continued support of the Roose When God speaks all the limita- and add the cup of milk. Rub the in the arch of successful --.-: ," .:'

Hitler, was especially regretted by velt administration."If tions of the finite disappear, and the pimientoes through a sieve and '
France, and threatened to precipitate elected a member of the sen, needs of men are fully met-with add to the soup Add salt, onion merchandising. Let us

a serious crisis for, the British ate, I shall continue my services on "twelve baskets full of fragments"left and paprika and heat until the show how
government. behalf ,of the principles which have over! soup' is hot. Stir frequently to pre- you to applyit

Viscount Halifax, lord presidentof marked the Roosevelt administration Let those who labor in difficult vent scorching.: Remove the onion to business.
the council and former '"iceroy of and'my own administration in places with limited resources take before serving. Serves' 6. your 'f' !'

India, is a personal frier: of Hitler Harrisburg," Earle said. h art-and trust God. I MARJORIE: H. BLACK. I

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VOLUME 12, NUMBER 8 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938 SUBSRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR

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: Acreage of Tomatoes Is Lake. Okeechobee Shelley and Whorter


Fishing To CloseLake ,I


Large In This Area Okeechobee and all fresh To Play For'Golf Title


,: '. f ,,....., water streams and lakes in florida "I
."l1 will be closed to black bass ---

::: ,:. \ NEW VARIETIES PLANTED ON Pafford SummarizesYear's fishing from March 15 to May 20. Annual Garden TourIn I EVERGLADES CHAMPIONSHIP

75% AVAILABLE ACREAGE J Attorney General Cary D., Landis AT STAKE ON CLEWISTON

' FOR SPRING CROPS I decided Monday Lake Okeechobee COURSE NEXT SUNDAY
[ Kiwanis Work <<: Ft. Myers March 11
--, because of an amendment' in 1935to
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J. E. Beardsley an earlier enacted law, came Emmett Shelley, the slender

,;. Present indications are that 75 % Kiwanis Club Wednesday even- within the 1937 legislation provid- On Friday, March 11, Fort My- Clewiston ace, and O. G. McWhorter -

of the acreage available for, or ing heard a summary of the year's ing the 60-day moratorium on black uncrowned king of golf in the

,, intended to be planted, in spring work just ended, which was given bass fishing during the, spawning ers plans to hold ,its fourth annual Everglades; will battle it out over

'j vegetables in the Clewiston'area by I. M. Pafford, past president.Mr. season. Garden Tour sponsored by .the 36 holes next Sunday for the rightto

-- will be in tomatoes. Intentions of Pafford summarized the pro-I Lake Okeechobee is designated Edison Park Congregational church. wear the official golf crown of

growers to plant point to i grams of the 52 meetings of the by law as salt water, but I. C.. Kennedy The tour features the historical the muck. Shelley and McWhorterwon

:: an appropriate tomato acreage year, and pointed out the varied I' secretary, of the .state game garden of the late Thomas A. their way to the finals last

t "., I in this territory of 3500 topics which were discussed, giv- and fresh water commission, said Edison, which is open to the public !| Sunday with victories oven Forest

L: acres, !{some ,2800 acres of ing Kiwanians entertaining and instructive ,I the 1935 act made it subject to at this time through the kindness Banning of Pahokee and Tom

fr: ,'" which, will bp in unit five of South talks on many phases of I I the closed season. of Mrs. Mina Edison Hughes. Shelley of Clewiston, Shelley bare-

Florida Conservancy District, an development, science, present pro Penalty for' taking black bass ly nosing out Banning 1 up and

r:. '. area' perhaps better identified as gressive activities of the section.He I during the 60-day closed season is Rock-Edge: ; the garden of Mr. McWhorter coasting home with an
and Mrs. James C. Elms
borderingBilly's amazingly and
a fine of $10 to $100. easy unexpected
summarized
the
:' the Ritta and Bare Beach zones attendance at
/h. Creek, with its jungle gar- victory 6 and 5. Shelley had
l: l > of U. S. Sugar Corporation. In the meetings, and the events of I I pre-
t. f den at the side; Rea-Lawn, the viously beaten H. R. Hall, John
\ Clewiston and its ,immediate en- a social nature in which the club
spacious and beautiful landscaped Harris and John Thomas in his
i" virons there will be 200 acres in had taken part, or sponsored.Mr. .
; CAPT. JACK LLOYD grounds of Mrs. Alexander G. Rea, march to the finals, and McWhorter -
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the Liberty Point area continguous Pafford also discussed the
i' of and the colorful hedges at the homeof er eliminated H. L. Lapp, F.
relationship the Clewiston clubto
to the old Moore Haven road 350
Mrs. Addison .W. Igleheart where D. Duff and Lou Betzner, makingthe
the balance Kiwanis International. He noted SEES GREAT FUTURE
acres; in the territory
47 varieties of crofons are growing, result an issue entirely be-
the prominent part taken by
between Liberty Point and Benbow many are the other places to be visited. tween the bean packers and cane
and prairie south fWhidden's members in the work of the '
plantings {) cutters, all chances of the farmers
churches. The club's FOR EVERGLADES The tour starts at the Burroughs
4. part in the
corner. The latest plantIng -
Residence and business men having been en-
building of the 610 First Street at 2:15
and
playground
of seed, which is commonly J tirely obliterated.
its assistance P. M. March, 11.
drilled in the field where the plantsare with welfare work Shelley had the toughest kind
was also discussed. "BURNING DAYLIGHT" WELL; Tickets are priced at $1.00
to remain, was made on the r. PLEASED 'AT PROGRESS of a time taking out the portly

tenth of last month, Transplanting portsider from Pahokee.
Stewart To Run MADE HERE SINCE 1926 School Debaters To They
from seed beds and field to rounded the turn with Shelley 3

',' newly prepared acreage previously up and Banning began to bear

uncultivated or ,in winter crops For RepresentativeAlthough Captain Jack Lloyd, 69 year Meet Moore Haven; down, winning Nos. 10, 11, 13 and
old "head line hunter" globetrotter -
was carried 'on with a rush through 14 to go 1 up. Shelley won thQ
:' soldier of fortune de luxe, adventurer '--- I
the week ending Saturday, Feb- 15th with a par 3 to BaBnning's
he has made no formal veteran of wars and rev- The annual debate of the Clew-
s ary nineteenth. Since that date I bogie 4, and after splitting 16 with
announcement as yet for the officeof olutions the, world over, and whose iston school will be held in the
most land still available, and Intended par 5's, Emmett again went up
representative, Elbert L. Stew- "byeline" is known from "Coastto auditorium Monday, March 28th,
to be planted, has been when Banning dropped a stroke to
art, cashier., of the First Bank of Coast" was a visitor in the : with a debate team from Moore
somewhat too dry. If there par on 17. They halved the last
are Clewiston, and present representative -I (Glades country for several days Haven on the subject, Resolved:
some showers before the first of hole with par 4's.
of Hendry county, this week ]last week. After looking over the That All Federal Relief Work
,the month, it is likely all the The McWhorter-Tom Shelley
entire Should be Abolished.The I
stated definitely that he will, againbe Glades area the veteran call-
indicated will be match came near being a "Third
set. If
acreage a candidate for the office. Mr. ed on the editor of the Moore Haven debating team from Clew-

the present hot, dry weather continues Stewart will make, formal an-I Clewiston and LaBelle papers, iston is being coached by Miss Flight Farce", both playing rather

the total acreage wil be nouncement and ,begin. an active gave him the. "high: lights": of,. his Evelyn Schutz,--English--Instructor/ 'poorgolf with Shelley the worst
; ; b Tom did not register on the
slightly reduced, because of mediocre a par
l; campaign later- this ,month: ::: colorful "life, "told'wliat he thoughtof The visiting team has been! advisedof
: first nine until the' 7th hole, turn-
success in getting plantings to
Mr. Stewart is 'probably as well this section of the country, today the subject and ,given the choice I
ing the with ignomin-
; corner an
f r'. live after setting. known to the residents of Hendry i its future and the first time of the affirmative or the negative
; ous 45 and 4 down while! McWhorter
/ Tomato farmers in the territory county as other that he ever visited here. side.: -
any one
was gathering two pars and ,a
r are unanimous in agreeing that no He has been cashier of resident.'J Almost every editor in Florida A gold medal donated by the I
birdie for a 41. Shelley's putter was
. ::, season in recent years has been su since its establishment in knows the Captain, and he has chairman of the county school I
? as ,cold as yesterday's mashed potatoes -
I favorable for the crop, notwith- has served three terms, as repre been 'making the various centersfor board is given each year to the i and his irons to the greens,

standing the lack of rainfall sentative.and in the legislative many years, he has told of the best debater. Merchandising prizes
sesI I with the help of the highest windin
Several experienced have growth of various industries, years are donated by leading merchantsof
g. : growers sion of 1931, 35 and 37, has served weeks, consistently found every
V plants now in bloom, which are his county well. before they became a 'reality. His the town for presentation to cantankerous trap and ditch avail-

less than sixty days old from time newest Florida story is in the last members of the winning team.
In stating his intention of seek- able. McWhorter won the short
K of planting seed. Insect, pests have issue of the Florida Host, published Debates' in the past have been
ing re-election, Mr. Stewart recalls -i 12th with a bogie 4 and they split
not been particularly troublesome |I by the Collier Hotels. In his past instructive and well attended, and
his untiring work for the the 13th with par 5's' to give the
life the veteran tells you of hob- have been of the
and there is virtually no evidence one leading eventsof '
for 6 and
help road construction. He feels cross-handed 'Tennesseean a
4 : or early, blight or other fungus di- that the county is now in better nobing with such characters'as ,the spring school program. I 5 victory in a match that was doped -
sease. The Buffalo Bill Cody, Wild Bill Hic- I '
customary damage to shape as far'as these road pro- to be close. ,

. r young plants from cut-worms is jects are concerned than it has kok Calamity Jane" Deadwood .Federal Loan Banks I Jack Barrett and V. C, Dento.i
Dick, Poker Alice, Wyatt Earp, Bill
in evidence but
; growers generally ever been. took over the Second Flight Sun-
j I,Tillghman, Bill McDonald, Death '
have taken more pains this seasonto Get Good 38 Start: day in the interest of Pahokee.
During the two I
past years the j Valley Scotty,. and many others of
anticipate and for cut- !
Kirk of
prepare Barrett took out Ralph
- Felda road has been approved and the "old West". It was no' other: J JI -
(Continued, en Page S) ---- 1 Belle Glade, 4 and 2, and Denton-
five miles of it is the I
in .
now ; process j than Lloyd whom the late Jack
of III Washington.-The 49 Federal j won over H. C. VauLancllngham
receiving hard
a surface London used as the chief characterfor
',. Public Invited To The Old Fort Denaud Road from: | the famous Alaskan story- savings and loan associations' in by the unexpected large margin of

Stallings Corner Florida have made a fast start for 7 and 5. Barrett and Denton will
on the Sugarland Burning Daylight, the name that
Attend Golf Finals 1 1The' Highway through Fort Denaud ;I Lloyd is known the world over by. 1938 in home mortgage financing, fight over the 18 hole route next

j. has been : and in providing thrift facilities Sunday to decide. the winner in ttiis
designated as state road If you saw' this old character on '
,K. D..I 357 by an act of the last legis- the streets last week-end with long for their' communities, Preston De i section.

Clewlsto--;; and lature.V'P A approval has been re- white flowing hair to his shoulders, lano, Governor of the Federal Loan i] Aside from the Tom Shelley-O.

Bank System, said today. G. McWhorter affair, probably the
,
velopment Corporation extends a' ceived for this
;rs' project and its typical,, Texas Ten Gallon hat, wear- Ii
most cordial Mr,. Delano reported that the total most overwhelming victory ,occur-
; 3 invitation to the pub-I hard surfacing in .the near future 1 ing two large 'western belts, a gigantic .
t lie to attend the playing of the seems assured: I watch chain and a tiger tusk of direct-reduction mortgage I ed when Mrs. F. D. Duff eliminat-

Finals Matches loans, for' construction, Continued Page Five)
[ of the Everglades ; ( on
Mr. Stewart was recently advised, for a tie pin-it was Burning Day- purchaSe"j
Championship Golf Tournament, to by the state road department'' thatit I light, for although his writings are reconditioning and "
be played at the Clewiston Golf I Florida homes, made by these associations -
would make arrangements to recognized the world over, and Division Engineer
....., Club, Sunday, March 6. Playing in : was $26,113,000 at the
.. I i provide some of the money for materials he is hailed by the men of every
: i. the Championship Finals will be 'beginning of February, an increase
needed for the road. The walk of society this famous char- Visits Clewiston
.
c t \ Emmett Shelley of Clewiston and of $9,744,400 over the total a year I
:. I WPA will provide the labor, if acter, still follows the custom of
O. G. McWhorter of Belle Glade. : ago. All of the associations reported -
other materials and dress of the old west when men
money are 8e-1
a?: Mr. Shelley and Mr. McWhorter a very active month in Janu-I Colonel Earl I. Brown, division,
cured. were men. H.
3' :,,' will tee off a.t !9:00 A. M. for the II I Regarding this section of tne ary. engineer of Richmond accompaniedby

: : morning 18 holes, and at 2:00 P. country, the veteran writer tells Savings' invested in these insured -I Colonel Earl North, district ,

,c :M. for the afternoon 18 holes. I Owners of Farms I you that it is still in its infancy institutions had risen to $11- engineer, of Jacksonville, completed

': ( There will be no gallery charge I II j when it comes to real development, 165,300 in the early part of February an inspection ''trip of the Lake

I an increase of $!: ,G92,800 .
i
Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee project
./ Here On Visit for Captain Jack gets quite a few
;' Last Call To Enter i I of Wall over the figure of February 15, this week.
z J tips from the greatest men
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: I Street, he hob nobs with them on 1937. Such savings are protected I Colonel Brown and Colonel

<'f: .". Garden Contest! Seven out-of-town property own-I the Palm' Beaches-and he insists (Continued on Page Five) North made 'the trip aboard the-

"': I ers were in Clewiston this week -that the great Okeechobee Em- U. S. Engineer's yacht, Falcon.

; looking over this section. Frank II pire, is just in the making-why- COUNTY'S CONSUMPTION OF They crossed the state from Stuartto

1 The Garden Contest sponsored by'''Tarbox and R. D. Blake of Cat- because it is located in: the greatest GASOLINE IN JANUARY HIGH Fort Myers in a leisurely two-

the Clewiston Garden Club, closes part of the south central sec- day cruise, and expressed their

on March 5th, (Saturday) and all I taragus/ New York, spent several / tion of the state, the veteran tells Hendry county users ,of gasoline pleasure in the trip. "It was a

: k residents who desire to enter are I I days in Clewiston, closing a deal for you, and its. future can not even purchased" retail in the county I pleasant trip and an easy passage,"'

,1 requested to register with Mrs. {I' the sale of ten acres of farm land be figured by the smartest of men, .during January a total of 113823; Colonel: 1 North i is quoted as!' saying. -

: G. JJ. Rackstraw at once. j through the Boardsley office. The for there are many different indus- gallons on which the state inspection "The Falcon draws, six feet and
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" \J Judging will be by Dr. R. N. j|land is located in the Bare Beach tries and activities that will make tax was paid. The total state ,had no trouble coming! through."

:.' Lobdell and two assistants from district, and was leased to M. H. Clewiston the center of .a great consumption of gasoline during the The local U. S. Engineer office is

',i fj the Belle Glade Experiment Sta- Crouch who has a splendid crop Empire. \ same period was :31,160,895:: gal- rushing to complete plans for the '

J of tomatoes now growing on it. Captain Jack tells you that the construction of new locks costing

I tion.The Clewiston Garden Club wish- M. Williams and J. R. Kent first time he was ever in this sec- lons.The amount of kerosene used;! in approximately $800,000 in the St.

4 l' es to call attention of the public of Wichita, Kansas, also spent a tion of the Glades was many years the county was 18,747 gallons, Lucie canal" near Stuart. It is ex-

t J to the -Garden Talk to be made few days here. Mr. Williams, a ago, when he visited the ruins of whereas the state total was 4,895- pected that bids for construction

I 'j over Radio Station, WJNO (West prominent oil man, has a tract of the famous Sam Jones Indian 104. will be advertised in May. .

; I Palm Beach) at 10:45 Thursday land in the Liberty Point area., Town. It was almost 40 years ago These figures are from the The Falcon, a ninety-foot, black-

' : :i morning. This talk is sponsored by Mr. Kent is a manufacturer of silos and this entire section was just monthly. report( of the ,Inspection hulled ship, was in charge of Captain -

S...' Mrs. Alfred Kay president of the and has also become interested a Jungle, and it was thought 14 nr Bureau of the Dopartmen of Agriculture E. o'; Porter, It'la. e at Norfolk .

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To quote them "there are times, den, breakfast nook and bath. w.aiter. certified accountant and en AN OLD MESSAGEAt .'
The Clewiston News I ) :\
as in heavy traffic or' heavy fog, Four people and the family cat gineer. W

when' 30 miles an hour is suicidal; can live and travel in solid com- Our first thrill was makin' the the time when all the worldIs

Published every Friday In Clewiston other times when 50 miles an hour I fort with light, heat, running hot beds on the first night out. You complaining with justice of the
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS seems reasonable. Every driver and cold water, radio, electric have to grab the davenport by the
high cost of living, significance at-
Inc., I should know, however, that if he I stove, electric iron, electric razor, nap of the neck and wrestle withit taches to a message scribed in
does have an accident it is more electric fan, spacious ice box, a until the blamed thing turns intoa
KEATIILUY: BOWDEA", Editor (likely to mean death if he is going j convenient compartment for such four cushioned double bed. Then pencil on a scrap of paper betweenthe
leaves of a cauliflower that was
fast." I trinkets as Scotch, soda, lemons, you paw under the window seat
\ the
Entered as second class mail matter and cracked ice. The hall way be and unpack the linen 'and blankets. being preparedfor mid-day
-February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in It is pointed'out, for instance, meal in a London worker's dwel-
tween the kitchen and the bath can You lay 'em out on the cushionsand
Clewiston, Florida, under the- Act of that a car is four times harder to ling. The message was:
Maich 3, 1897.SnhJscription. be used for dancing in an emergency try to figure out which end
at 50 miles an hour than it is
stop if a couple doesn't get too ener- goes where and why. Makin' the "I 'got an eighth of a penny for

I'crYosir. at 25, and nine times harder to getic. There is a :place for every- bed is just about as difficult as I this. What did you pay for it?"
Kate $2.00 miles hour than at
75
I at an
stop
Advertising Rates On Applientlon. thing from dust mop to dictionary makin' a Follies girl. The answer the London Spectator -
25. A new word, "turnability" has the business to which rts'' the incident ?
and of"'trying keep You continually encounter delightful rep ,
been coined to express another everything in it's place is the chief little surprises. After you says, was "Sevenpence."
Devoted to the advancement and welfare turnability -
The driver's
speed factor.
.
of Clewiston and Ilendry Count; indoor sport that trailer tourists have located a charming place .to Here in a nutshell-:or in a cauli-
the booklet shows, decreases engage in. park about 9 miles from town, get flower-is a very Important portionof
I
rapidly as his speed increases. Thushe One minute the layout can be as I. the potatoes nicely peeled and have the problem of dear food. Bringing -

.:..:-:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..) can turn make at only 50 miles one-fourth an hour as neat and tidy as a pin and in no placed just the right amount of producer and consumer together -
sharp a time at all and for no apparent I coffee in the percolator you sud- Is part of the solutionChrIstian -

RAMBLINGS I as he could make at, 25 and only reason it can get so messed up a denly find that, you forgot to fill Science Monitor.
C)
turn at 75
go. one-ninth as sharp a as
the
fellow finds it difficult to move. water tank. You frantically

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:. ,!at Another 25 set 'of figures shows I We started out from Tampa with unhitch the car and drive to the "Sambo, how was that whiskeyI
everything in ship shape, entertained village only to find that all the gave you last night?"

Ace, king, queen, jack, and ten that if you have an accident while a few editors and their stores are closed, so you stop at "
I "Jes' right, boss. Jes' right.
of hearts.-There they all were.- driving under 40 miles an hour friends as we made stops along a fillin' station and get two bagsof

The perfect poker hand. It happened there is only one chance, in 44 that the route, got in about four hours salted peanuts and a packageof "How do you mean just right?"

-' in Clewiston Monday night, at somebody will be killed but if sleep and the next morning woke cheese crackers and try to kid "Well, suh, it was jus' right. If

the weekly gathering of the brethren. your accident comes while you are up in what looked like the after' yourself. into thinkin' you've beento 'twas any better, you would never

What a shame it couldn't traveling faster than 40, there is math of a hurricane. supper and you really weren'l
it to and it ,
give me, wuz any worse
have been in a big game when the lone chance in 19 that somebodywill The inside of the trailer is honeycombed hungry anyhow.It's .

betting was high, but the biggest be killed. I I with cubby holes, draw- alright for a few days butI hit would kill ,me.-Ex

thing the poker hand brought its After analyzing reports of 40-I ers, closets and disappearing wall don't think I could take it as a -, -"' ---.. .. ..- -.. ..
holder Monday night was the thrillof 300 fatalities and 1,221,090 injuries 'I pockets, each intended to serve steady diet, but 'in spite of the \ I
Beech Common Tree
drawing it. in traffic accidents last year, some particular purpose and you handicaps and hardships every I
_
The beech is one of the common 'J ,
P. S. It wasn't our hand, or it the company's statisticians point to have a lot of fun in the morning trailer owner will swear that he hardwood trees found over 'most of -r

would now be framed in the place theseinteresting and little known trying to remember whether you just loves the life and wouldn't eastern North America. The generic -

of honor in the. living room.' I facts about accidents: left your necktie under the sinkor think of livin' in a regular house, name "Fagus" comes from the

I Exceeding the speed limit was behind the ironing board. You but you ought to hear 'em mumble :, Greek phago, which means "to eat"

Seen in a Palm Beach book responsible for 37 per cent of the |! will probably; find after a thirty to themselves: when they: leave' the and undoubtedly refers to the fruit

store: a sign, "There Books For deaths and 25 per cent of the in- minute search that ,you dropped it lights on too long and run the bat- ,f this tree. The nuts are gathered

Children. Approved by Parents and juries. in the garbage compartment, on account tery down or the kerosene can gets J xtensively all through Europe.

':"'eachers. And the first book on the : More than 9'4 per cent of drivers of its lookin' like a respect- empty with the supper half cook- Deer, bear and grouse are particularly
: able bureau drawer from the out fond of beechnuts, but all wild I
shelf was titled: "How to Get and involved in fatal accidents were
ed.I'm
reatures will eat them. Unfortu-
Hold Your Man." What naive male and less than six per cent side.While havin' a whale of a lot of
lately the beech tree does not carrya
youngsters! female. It does not necessarily follow trailer travel may be alright fun and I really don't blame Red fruit crop each ;Year; in fact, a

that women are safer driversthan for an accomplished house- for beln' proud of his Pullman Car load crop of nuts every three or

Heard over the radio: "Orchids, men, it is pointed out, be- wife with' a complex for system and but I prefer my playhouse on a four! years is exceptional. The

I I a fortune in weeds just to cover cause adequate data on the relative : tidyness, the average male occupant :permanent solid foundation. beechnut is a small triangular

....p a lady's collar-bone". exposure are lacking.' i finds himself at more1 or less shaped nut, not much larger thana

Another one: "Some men fall in. Ninety-seven per cent of drivers of a disadvantage. To get any Public Baths 300 [;. C. pea. The husk is rather tough

! love: with a dimple and make the i involved in fatal accidents had had where, he's gotta be a combina- I The Romans had nearly 1,000 pub- and the meat is sweet and highly
tion chamber-maid, second cook, lic baths in the 300 B. C. palatable.
year
year's driving experi-
mistake of marrying the whole I one or more ._.

;Irl." I ence.More
than 78 per cent ofall/

Newspaper editors also, realize' fatal accidents occurred when the I
'I
it takes all sorts of people to makea road surface was dry. Eighty-three .

world. A man \appr ached' us the per cent of all fatal acidents occurred -

other day, and inquired" the cost I in clear weather.

of the legal publication in a divorce More persons were killed on Sun- BUY A MODERN CAR NOW-WHilE

suit. We gave him the esti-I day than on any other day. The

j pate of the cost, and he then hesitated heaviest injury toll came on Sat-

and asked: "Would there be urday. More. persons were killed,

!I any reduction if a fellow wanted I between seven and eight o'clock in YOU HAVE MORE TO TRADE AND LESS TO PAY
asked
1 to run two at once? We the evening than at any other
what the dickens anyone wanted hour. I

fi two divorces at once for, and he Fatalities increased last year in ,... <;-:-. ,
replied, "Well, a lady wants to get ,, .
.
1 every age group except that from : 'J
one, too." \" -? ,-:""
) five to fourteen years of age. .' ;"
\
roves In the last fifteen years, '441,912 ,. '
Clfwiston day by day,
persons have been killed in the U. A .
and one of the most noticeable over j\\
1 S. by automobiles. This is almost : ,'. J
1 in our section is the discontinuance -
double the number of American
of the practice of high school
soldiers killed in action or died of 'i
students congregating on the corner i
I I wounds in all the wars 'this, countryhas
, across from the school yard to
,1 engaged in since its! birth.
smoke cigarettes.We .
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The insurance company will distribute ( :.
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two million copies 6f the .: ;-.- '
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went to Sarasota to see '
i booklet this in the interest !
year
and found the
animals Saturday,
journey a little extensive for the i of street and highway safety. : ;

kids for a one-day event, but well Single copies or quantities- may be .
worth the effort. The animals are obtained gratis by writing the .: '; : ;,-

swell, and we really mean it. We company or any of its agent: : :::' .-: .
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saw' the elephants watered and ex : ;

! ercised. There are about three I .

\\1 en of them including two dOZ-1 i QRgFt3GIEigilgLtpEi60Y08Q8lQL1dnl1 Di ': : : tf.

: elephants,' 45 years of age '
: bout!, as tall as a Shetland : Too Late To ClassifyBy \ 2: H : 4 -

magnificent animals :: I
There are some :

I, and they are all in the pink tRiissell KaylaHBHCBBBHHHHHPamBHBMPnaKlBI ,' "j
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; of condition. One of the, zebras is :< : ::

I red-headed. We roamed the groundsfor I : : .. : .
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hours, fed peanuts to' the monkeys I've been dodgin' trailers and ..: .: ; "' J. I SV f tils +
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and the elephants, watched : ;..'.'..
' house Florida for '
t' cars on highways ;, X
: SEE ANY CAR
DEALER
there
the. hippopotami (plural,
t I years but last week I experiencedmy I
. are three of them) dunk them- first trip in one of the cock- I < y; DISPLAYING THIS SIGN
selves. Then we drove back down .\
eyed things. My friend Red Edger-
!, town in Sarasota and were just in ton of the Western Newspaper: Un-

time to see the tail-end of the pa- ion, who is a homeless waif trav- there
Get while the choice is'wide
rade on the last day of their coun- eing five southern states and a early I

ty fair. The Sara de Sota pagaent lot of other territory, got bit by

was just over. So we grabbed the the trailer bug awhile back and
youngsters by the hand and trooped bought himself a deluxe outfit. fine cars now offered at rock-bottom pricesThis

the street behindthe .
merrily down The thing looks like a cross between -
band which brought up the '
box-car and circus ticket
a a
i rear. If you see the news-reel of wagon, with one wheel fore and National Used, Car Exchange more powerful engines better gas

,[ the event, watch closely., That gid-I I two aft, but when it's hitched to Week gives you a great opportunity to mileage better brakes, bigger tires

' dy-looking group just behind the Red's car it gets around and although OWN A BETTER CAR for a small inve'stmente dozens of improvements introduced

.1 f boy with the frog, advertising the I he's only had it six monthsit.
Automobile dealers
J frog-olympics is us. There's an Italian co-operating since your old car was built.
has already traveled over 38-
j organ-grinder next, but 000 miles.I in this big sale have a fine selection of Now's the time to make the switch, .} .

;1 "honest there's, no chain 'round our never really believed that a used cars and prices are far below while you have more to trade and less .

,} necks. > guy could be comfortable livin' in those of several months ago. to pay. Your present car may cover the

one of the things but I'mtellin' Many 1937 '36 and '35 models-
: BEGINS AT 40' are down-payment-balance on terms.
\ DEATH you this Palace Coach of Red's has easy
I -- everything the well equipped home : backed by the finest of dealer guaran- If you have no car to trade, you can still

.f\ Basic reasons for America's has to offer includin' tax exemp- tees. All have thousands of miles of take advantage of the low downpayments -

i\\I shameful automobile accident record tion. / first-class unused transportation in them. and easy terms during this sale. .
much speed
! in 1937 were "too The front section is composed of And the "first-class" transportation of \
i; and too little courtesy" according
combination living\ room, sun parlor
: a' p.ew' these modern satisfac-
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to statistics presented in library, music room, cars represents BRING I IN YOUR OLD CAR '
!: 'book'let entitled "Death Begins at bed room and bar. There's kitChen'1 tion which the owners of 'older cars can -

\,i 40" just issued by the Travelers :ai'y: clcset amldshlp, hardly imagine. Beautiful, modern styl- DRIVE OUT A BETTER CAR
\ Insurance Company Hartford, Conn.; a full sized mirror, with a .
ing a more comfortable ride
more
section I
The booklet presents a complete just across the halL The rear

;I i analysis of last year's traffic accidents I which* can be cut vcff and I room for you and your luggage finer, EASY TERMS \ '

',' based on ,official figures made a private: apartment serves ash

;I i Jrom the 4 states, . dining room\ car( ipom, bClt l'VOl'. ',. : \" ,QtN'5OR D BY WE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS AND MANUFACTUnERS Of THe UNITED STATES _

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cup: :. ,I ANOTHER on Various Subjects
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On a hundred battle- ....

We'd Be Fit for Life ; fronts, scientists seek
i ways of combating hidden 1. Who gave the name "Em- an address delivered in 1784 as

If we had three choices of what r dangers that menace pire" to the state'of New York? being "at present the seat of em-
we desired the most, we'd choose health and happiness-the 2. What is a Rhodes scholar? pire."

common sense. That would en- unconquered "hazard 3. The portraits of what two 2. A non-English student awarded -
able us to endure the deprivationof "l i zones" of everyday life. women have been used on United a scholarship at Oxford university

anything else. Prof. John M. Lessells of States postage? from a fund which was
*It s easy to see the silver liningof p K Massachusetts Institute of 4. On what date does the gov- established by the will of Cecil

a cloud when you are on the Technology (left) and Dr. ernment fiscal year begin? Rhodes.
other side, of it. Picture / Miller McClintock of Har- 5. What do the Four Horsemenof 3. Those of Martha Washingtonand

Imitation may be flattery, but vard university's traffic the Apocalypse represent? Pocahontas.

it generally accents your de- v research bureau, declare 6. What secretary takes prece- 4. The government fiscal year
dence in the President's cabinet?
ficiencies. rainy, slippery pavementsare begins July 1.

A European says Americans the "hazard zone The Answers 5. War, famine, pestilence, and
of 1. It is attributed to death.,
; have produced no soul-stirring motoring. Professor George
Lessells Washington who mentioned it in 6. The secretary of state.
music. Pooh! "Home, ''Sweet authority on fric- I ,
Home" and "Swanee River." tion, believes he can
" eliminate this evil
by-in
., No Longer Our Defense effect-placing a battery
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Our ancestors kept themselves k1&4Lit1r / of windshield wipers under 1 T Bytp

from being henpecked by wear- the car! HO' VV SEW RUTH WYETH
ing long and terrifying beards. SPEARS

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;t' ,> generation of flower and vegetable c/i }
rr ....:.,.. seeds have been grown ,
; and gradually perfected by : ;Y a ritS.M&. C

., the unique Ferry-Morse Seed-
Breeding Institute. Some have Above photo illustrates the "hazard zone of motoring." But every LIG1/T BLUE FABRICBLUE

twenty generations behind them other phase of everyday -life has its "hazard zones," a few of which are DARK

-for it takes time to produce illustrated below. How many can you .identify? Answers given by /
strains. number below.
: prize-winning
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: Each year, before Ferry's .

I. Seeds are packeted, the same M
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Institute tests them all for C

' growing ability-and grows and
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:: analyzes each variety for trueness -- : ,.,

f to type. 4

l-: Only seeds that have passed

" their tests appear in the famiI-
<,'. iar Ferry's Seeds store display.

Choose your seeds there-and
I '. \ be sure of a fine garden this A Colorful Luncheon Set

5c a packet and 1938
year up. HAVE been hearing a upon request with the booklet of-
NOVELTIES too Ferry-Morse WE
;.p3.., deal about American fered below.
Seed Co.,Detroit, San Francisco.FERRY'S 1
handcrafts lately. Of course, Have you a copy of Mrs.

quilts have always been impor- Spears'! new book SEWING? It

h b tant among our needlework hand- contains forty-eight pages of step-

,j/ = crafts. So many readers have by-step directions for making slip- .
1 r
,- written asking me for more of the covers and dressing tables; curtains -

old fashioned embroidery stitches I for every type of room;

that were usedl in making crazy I I lampshades, rug and other use-

:: 5 a h> :' patchwork that I have collected ful articles for the home. Copy

[: ;;:;::, dozens and dozens of these quaint will be sent postpaid, upon re-

DATEfl stitches from old quilts. Someof ceipt of 25 cents (coins pre-

St',7:',,: ) them are so attractive and colorful ferred). Address Mrs. Spears, 210

;;;:,". :.. that it seemed a pity not South Desplaines St., Chicago, IlL
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: /.ir( : ii.-0 / f /i, ive to use them for modern decorative .

bi.9N" purposes. Keep your body free of accumulatedwaste
FERRY'S .,. y L i..A ,This gay little .double house take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel-
> SEEDS d v
effect built upon blanket stitches lets. 60 Pellets 30 cents.-Adv.
with chain stitches flaunting,from

all gables was the invention of Game Animals Doubled
Our Friends jtJ /9 someone's great-grandmother andI
Big game animals in the national -
Friends are not so easily madeas couldn't resist using it for a forests have more than

kept.-Lord Halifax.ROI1theEYA I;::Sr,';:S:,:; Y..s.SS.yf J: luncheon set of light blue linen.It doubled in the last 12 .years.NERVOUS .
originally adorned a light blue

satin patch in a quilt and all the
WRY other colors indicated here in the

sketch are the original colors. ?

All the strands of six-strand

mercerized embroidery thread Do you feel BO nervous you want to scream!
were used for the luncheon set. Are you cross and irritable? Do you Moid
those dearest to you?
The mats were hemmed first and If your nerves are on edge, try LYDIA K.
then the blanket stitches were PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND.It .
.r often helps Nature calm quivering nerve
kyi taken through the, hems to makea For three generations one woman has told
.firm edge as shown at the lower another how to go "smiling through" with
Lydia E. Pinkhaxn'a Vegetable Compound. It
: right. All the other stitches used helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessening -
i I are clearly illustrated. Just the the discomforts from the functional disorders -
which women must endure.
edge stitches without the little Make a note NOW to get a bottle of world-
houses were used for the nap- famous Pinkham'a Compound today WITH-
INSTANTLIGHTING OUT FAIL from your druggist-more t.haD.
kins. Many more authentic old minion women have written in letters reporting -
Colem.anH clron patchwork stitches are illustrated benefit.
Why not try LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
in a new leaflet which is freeDon't VEGETABLE COMPOUND?
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CHAPTER I ed just at present by all the fellow's up just now. If I felt that Ned bert. I've been all the way from usually has to eat his words.
-1- exploits; but you're young and im really cared about me it would be Persia -"

They sat facing each other, sepa- pressionable. You can forget him. different; but he's never cared, not "See here," James broke in with
rated by thirty-seven years, two ut- I'll send you abroad again if that like a real brother-not as-as you impatience, "it doesn't in the least Flood Stage
terly different temperaments, and will help. I'll even go with you my- care, Dad. Sometimes I feel-Oh, matter where you've been. I've no Bunchuck-What is the greatest
six feet of priceless winecoloredBokhara self, though I loathe travel. Ned hello, Don! Come in. Dad wants to doubt you traveled steerage water power known to man?

that covered the old daven- tells me-" see you." roughed it-even mixed with the Dzudi Woman's tears.Citizenship .

port. James Lambert, who found it "I see," interrupted Nora, as one The young man paused on the darkies as a deck passenger. MayI
difficult to relax when he intendedto enlightened. "So Ned has been poi- threshold. He did not speak, yet ask if you ever traveled with a

be unrelenting, sat stiffly, arms soning your mind? I might have .. one knew instinctively that he was woman?" A natural born citizen of ,the
folded, at his end of the six feet. known." asking: "Is this a declaration of "Oh, Dad!" warned Nora; but the United States does not lose his

Leonora at hers was curled up in She spoke evenly, coldly, ,yet hot war, or a friendly counsel?" It was, young man silenced her with a citizenship by living abroad, no
color dyed her face and somethingtold perhaps, only a few seconds that he laugh.
the manner of a little girl, her head matter how long _he stays there,
with its aureole of pale gold hair her foster-father that she was waited in' the illuminating silence, "Sit tight, my dear. Your father'snot unless he renounces it by becom-

resting upon a velvet cushiononesmall nearer anger than he had ever seen but, facing him, James Lambertwas insulting me. He's merely point- ing naturalized in the country of
silver-clad foot dangling her. But he was angry himself as conscious of a pang of envy. ing out the fact that a feminine com- his choice.
against the gorgeous color of the he retorted in a voice like ice: "Is Here was Youth! Youth at its best panion complicates things on a jour- i

old Bokhara like some barbaric it anything deplorable for a man to and brightest. What argumentscould ney. He's right, of course; but as it

jewel from the Orient. be interested in the welfare of his a man of sixty use, he asked happens, Mr. Lambert, I did travel Let's Go To War

Though a log blazed cheerily on .own sister?" himself, to counteract the sense of for ten days with a girl'I picked up I
"I'm only his half-sister." the girl high adventure which this boy outside of Shanghai. We-"
the hearth, the atmosphere of the On Discomforts Of i
corrected "and there times
room was tense with disapproval- are He paused because James Lam-
James Lambert's disapproval. Said enough when he wishes I wasn't. Oh, bert had made a strange sound in Chest Colds \
I know what a good egg Ned is-in
Leonora, resuming a discussion his throat. Nora recognized it as
which dinner had interrupted: his own way; but he hasn't a sparkof the forerunner of a storm-a sort of Rub Penetro on your chest-

"But that's no reason Dad. No imagination. He never sees the t 'i'Y distant thunder. If possible that how quickly it melts-causing
other fellow's side. He's content to blood flow
warm feeling-makes
reason at all. storm must be averted, and she said
eat breakfast at precisely the same more freely in congested area -
"No reason!" James paused, presumably hurriedly: "Don didn't mean,
loosens phlegm-eases tightness
time each morning, and to know "
to clear his throat but in Dad-
-relieves local congestionhelpsstop
where' he'll be hour of the-
reality to curb his temper. Past every "And do you mean" blazed her night coughing-due to colds.
He's satis-
experience had taught him that it twenty-four. perfectly father thoroughly roused, "that Millions in 37 Nations use I
fied Corinne beautifully -
with and her
was futile to rage at this bewilder- you'll consider marrying a fellow stainless Penetro. 35c jar con
ing foster-daughter. She merely I kept house which changes with f,jr l 'n who admits traveling with strange tains twice 25c size. Even greater

laughed at you. He wondered, the I every changing style so you can'tfind women-picking them up' here, economy in larger sizes. Get
sold wound aching for a moment, if your way around if you happennot tS x there, God knows where? Do you Penetro. All dealers everywhere.Bit .
to there for month. Corinne
the Italian baritone who had lured go a understand, child?"

his wife away from him, possessedthat never' does anything that isn't'done To his amazement a short laugh of Wisdom
know but she makes
quality. The girl's mother had you ; came from Don. Don't. worry about' what people
him comfortable and that's all Ned
Keen quick to anger; but Leonora "Calm down, everybody," he are thinking about you, for they.
asks of life-comfort in-
simply wouldn't get mad no matter plus an pleaded. "Calm down. The lady in are not thinking about you, but
bank balance. He's
creasing a superb -
what the provocation. She laughed, the case was above reproach. This wondering what you are thinking
of the successful
and that made a man feel foolish- example adventure of mine which sounds so about them.Don't .
white-collared American businessman
disarmed his dignity; and dignity, wicked to you, Mr. Lambert, occurrEd -
James sometimes, thought with bit- like- during a Chinese rebellion.The .

terness, was all he had, unless one Nora paused, suddenly inarticulate girl got separated from her Neglect Minor
and James finished hex
counted a fat bank balance. His ;' sen- family and I took her under my

sense of humor that Nora loved, but tence with" !a question: "Like his brotherly wing, as it were, until we Throat IrritationDon't

which too often raised its head in father? found them. Would you have had

disconcerting moments, he refusedto "You're not his father." began me leave a fellow countrywoman, to take chances. Rub on soothing

consider an asset. But dignitywas the girl, then stopped, fearing to the tender mercies of the bandits warming Musterole. Relief gen-
something one shouldn't trifle hurt him. "I-I mean-" who had wrecked our train?" erally follows.

with, so'he endeavored to be reason- "I've been Ned's father longer Nora while her father Musterole gets such marvelous re-
laughed;
sults because it's NOT just a salve.
"
able. I've been Nora he I
than yours, reminded the
experienced unpleasant sensa- It's a "counfer-irrifanf"-easing,
"Unless a house is founded upona her with unaccustomed gen- tion of foolish. This made and
appearing warming, stimulating penetrat-
rock, my child, it will not survive tleness.: "The boy was less than Nora inarticulate.paused, suddenly him angrier still, and he exploded ing-helpful in drawing out local

." two: years old when I married his : "Why didn't you say so in the congestion and pain.
"Nor will one that isn't founded mother; and he's been compensation brought with him into the quiet first place?" Used by millions for 30 years.
upon love," retorted Leonora. "You as far as such a thing is possi-, "I'm under the Recommended by many doctors and
room. impression, replied -
can't beat that, Dad." ble, for all the trouble that came nurses. All druggists'. In three
Years afterward James to
was recall the young man suavelyUthat" Strength Children's -
Regular ,
strengths:
"In my case, he replied coldly, later. every detail of that scene: howas you didn't give me time. What I (mild), rid Extra Strong.
{ "love did not prove a firm founda- "Meaning-me?" Don stood there his hair seemedto started to tell you, Mr. Lambert, is Approved by God Housekeeping.
"
tion. And added, not wishing to She shouldn't have said just that, be blown back from his fore- that we got on famously despite unnatural g r

pursue the subject of his own mari- of course; but her lip trembled a head by a mountain breeze-how conditions and innumerable All Life Is Music

tal catastrophe: "Be sensible, Nora. little, and James forgave her. He I tanned his neck had looked above hardships. She was a sport, that All one's life is music, if one

That boy will never" in the world responded instantly: "Don't be a the collar-how broad his shouldershow girl. I've often wondered why I touches the notes rightly, and in

provide for you. He threw an appraising goose, dear! I've never regarded strong his hands. And how, didn't fall for her-that is, I won- time.: But there must be no hur-
glance at the silver slip- as a trouble-not for a minute.A the forward his "
you as girl came eyes dered till I met Nora. ry.-John Ruskin.
pers. "Just face the facts honestly, problem, perhaps, because I don't which had been shrewd and ques- James, still.slightly ruffled, snort-
my dear. He is twenty-seven. By always understand you, and you tioning, changed, softened, lightedas
ed like an angry horse. ARE
his own unabashed confession he often rub me the wrong way. But I ,if by magic YOU THIN NERVOUS?

dropped college after a few months want you to be happy, Nora, and "You wish to see me, sir?" "Very pretty. Very pretty indeed; Miss. Mrs.
merely because it bored him; and safe and I can't for but you must consider the fact that Jackson -
; see safety a James thought: "I wish I may D. M. Forbes, 1471 S.
what has he accomplished since woman, or happiness either, unlessthere's nev r see your handsome face my-that Nora_has been accustomedto Gallatin St., says: "I had
underweight
then, in the years that should have a certain stability in the man again," but he gripped the out- every luxury. Hardship is some- ,;"; no appetite and very was nervoUS.m -.

given him a start in life? Nothing. she chooses. Don Mason hasn't got stretched hand in not unfriendly thing she doesn't dimly glimpse. : i I used Dr. Pierce's Favor

Absolutely nothing. Can you denyit that stability; and I doubt if it's pos- fashion as he replied with crisp I doubt if she's ever known the F.: ; "+ worked ite Prescription wonders for and me. it I

?" sible for him to acquire it now. Idon't finality: "Only to say that I'm taking minor discomfort of an upper berth, ," ,, was soon eating normally,
A smile curved Leo- him ne'er-do-well not to mention a lower. I've known %:{ rapidly regained my
maddening call a Nora abroad for the next year." strength, and gained ICY-
nora's adorable mouth. though-" For startled Don's her to take a drawing room for a eral pounds. I wasn't M
one moment "
"That depends on what you ,consider James stopped. The curtains at eyes met Leonora's held them. night's trip. You, I believe, are twen- nervous liquid or and tablets enjoyed, at your life once drug more.store today.Buy it.

a start in life. Dad. He's got the door had parted, and a maid an- What he read there James never ty-seven years of age, and accordingto .
some perfectly corking memories" nounced "Mr. Mason is in the Nora you've accumulated only a
: reception knew. He said, a smile curving his Habit of'Industry
"Memories!" James was obligedto room, Miss Nora." engaging mouth: "Our tastes are thousand dollars. If she's mistaken, Acquire the habit of untiring in- ,

clear his throat again; then said "Ask him to step in here, please," similar! I meant to do that very I apologize. If she's.right, what, dustry and of doing everything
with sarcasm: "You'll find, I fear may I ask,' have you to offer her
replied the girl.' Then to her father: thing myself. well.-Todd.
that even the most delightful mem- "Perhaps you'd better tell Don how "Indeed?" There was a world of compared to what dozens" of the men

ories won't pay the butcher." you feel. Ned and Corinne made sarcasm in the lifted eyebrows.. "Ona she knows could offer? SMALL SIZE SIZE

"And a thousand dollars" added their; attitude quite plain last eve- thousand dollars?" So it was war! The young man 60c ,.t EILs 2

the girl naively. "It's in the Farmers ning at the Country Club. It hurt Don said, quite seriously: "It comprehended.
and Mechanics Bank down me frightfully. That's why I blew shouldn't take a thousand, Mr. Lam- (TO BE CONTINUED)
town."
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The sense of humor popped up 6q..r.0
and grinned at James. His mouth Brings Blessed Relief

relaxed a little even as he contended from'aches and pains of
: "Is it indeed? An appropriate

place for the savings of a-a vagabond RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
and LUMBAGOTry
!
a bottlt Why Suffer?
This brought a laugh from Leo- ATALL GOOD.DRUG STORES
nora, a delightful laugh which 'Safe upon the solid rock the ugly houses stand ;

brightened the whole room.


"you"Sometimes are simply, Dad priceless.," she told It's him an, Come and see my shining palace built upon, the sand! days is most that Without completely on which LaughterThe one lost has of not all rs I I

enigma how so bright a man as you
can be so dense. But the truth is, laughed. j

Don earned some of that thousandon I The"shining palace" was a sanctu- James Lambert did not come .

a ranch in California. That's ary for Nora and Don Mason a not until Nora's valiant spirit had I
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farming for you. And down at Santa
Fe he worked three months at a refuge for two veteran globe trotters almost been broken in the face of

garage, driving tourists. If any- .' a place to hang their hats terrible adversity. But his belated

thing's mechanical that ought to be; when new sights and sounds became coming brought forgiveness and What a difference
but you've no idea the amount of good bowel habits can
history he picked up along the way. tiresome.It was to this"shin- new courage to a despairing couple. make! To keep food

And in South Africa" ing palace"thatNora invited James "Shining Palace" by Christine wastes soft and moving
James Lambert's hand went many doctors
in the forbidding gesture popular up Lambert, the strong-willed"step- Whiting Parmcnter is a sincere recommend Nu jot

with traffic officers. father who loved her but vowed story that abounds with adventure : Copr,191?.St.ne.i.e.g .

"Don't go all over South Africa never to forgive her elopement with and romance ,a serial you'll ;; : .

again, I beg of you. All this remarkable remember for !
the globe-trotting Don Mason. years to come
young man did there was
to get into a diamond rush that net JRK 3,

ted glanced him at nothing.her sternly That, "nothing is," but he \\1 SHINING PALACE Follow it serially in this paper I

memories. Now look here, Nora.

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( !. .!...............................,.,.................-........'...'...... ....,......-....-..I J. E. Beardsley made a business I NEW ARRIVALS Semi-Final results, Championship G. McWhorter (24).

,/ ,. trip to West Palm Beach Friday. Flight:
S I F. D. Duff (15) vs E. G. Kil-
X_: Personal !Mention ::f i: Mr. and Mrs. 'W. G. Wallace of Emmett Shelley beat Forest:,Ban patrick (15).


.A%*%**...%*.v..*...*...*...*..........#........*...*...*...........#...*................*....J.. C. Mrs.Farnam Anna of Farnam Moore\ and Haven Mrs., were R. I Venice of a 7 have 1-8 pound announced son on the February arrival ning O.. G.1 up.McWhorter beat Tom Shel- solation Semi-Final: Pairings,. Bye-Con-

:Mrs. J. W. McDaniel of Felda business visitors here Tuesday. 1 14th. The- boy has been named]
ley 6 and 5.SemiFInal. .
was a Clewiston visitor Wednesday. s I Chauncey, Alden. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. J. W. White ((15) vs. Ed

: ,Mr. and Mrs. L. A., Turner and I Wallace are former Clewiston res- Results, Second Ward (21)..

'. ', E. L. Stewart was a business son, Charles, spent Sunday in Mi idents. Flight:

Visitor in LaBelle "Wednesday.Mr. ami. Jack Barrett beat' Ralph Kirk 4 Federal Landf -

-- I Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Scharnbergof and 2. I
'. and Mrs. Dan Deckman and -
,,Mrs. O. A.Jones visiting)' relatives Boston, Massachusetts, have announced V. C. Denton beat HC.. Van
littlo sons were Sunday guests of I ( : From Page One
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in Jacksonville for a few the arrival of a son on Landingham 7 and 5.

",Mr. and Mrs. R. ,H. Knight. days. I February 21st. The young man, Semi-Final Results, Third Flight: up to $5,000 on each account by

-- '. .... who has been named Carl, weighed Mrs. F. D. Duff -,.-beat Robert the Federal Savings 'and Loan In-
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G.
B. Thomas of Safety Harbor] 7 3-4 pounds, and Js the first surance Corporation
:'" Mr. and Mrs. John E. Evilsizorof Creech 6 and 5.
is
spending several days here with grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Her- Assets of the associations
Springfield, Ohio, were business am-
Mrs. Thomas and Mary Louise. W. C. Owen beat E. E. Kelley
,
man Scharnberg of Clewiston. ounted to $29,250,600
, visitors in Clewiston recently. They i I 3 and 2. on Febru-
were looking after property inter I ary 1, the increase being, $10,213800 ,-
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Mrs. F. Deiane Duff had as her Semi-Final Results, Fourth .
I ests in the vicinity :MRS. DUFF HOSTESS AT in 12 months.
; T guest a few days this week Mrs. ; Flight: '
TEA FOR VISITOR TUESDAY Federal associations in Floridaare

Charles W. Stiger of Chicago.Mr. Luther Jones beat Mrs. L. c.1 located in Apalachicola
I I -
W. L. Tebbs of Lawrenceburg,
Indiana, a prominent developer in Mrs. F. Deane Duff entertained Betzner 4 and 2. tow, Belle Glade, Bradenton, Clear-

and Mrs. Malcolm W. ,Bigg his native state, visited Rev. and with an afternoon tea Tuesday hon- Gray VanLandingham beat John' water, Clewiston, Coral Gables,

were Saturday visitors' in West Mrs. Forest C. Taylor: at the manse], oring Mrs. Charles W. Siger, jr., Hooker 4 and 2. Daytona Beach, DeLand, Eustis,

Palm Beach. on Saturday. i of Chicago, who was her house 4 First Round 'Results, Bye. Con- ,Fcrnandina Fort Lauderdale. Fort

/ I guest. Mrs. W. C. Owen and Mrs. solation:, Myers, Fort Pierce, Gainesville,

J. A. Maloy of the Internal Rev- O. F. Schiffli presided at the tea Hollywood, Homestead, Jackson.
Mark Benham of Enfield, Illinoiswas I Mrs. O. G. McWhorter (24) beat I
enue Department was a visitor in
table. yule, Kissimmee, Lake City, Lake
Clewiston a week-end visitor in Clewis- H. J. Stein (24)) 3 and 2.
Tuesday. Guests included Mrs. F. M. Wales, Lake Worth, Lakeland,
Mr. Benham several
I ton. owns F. D. Duff ((15)) beat C. V. Park-
" Wright Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart, Leesburg, Marianna, Miami, Miami
Clewiston lots and looking ov-
was
inson (15) 4 and 3.
Mr.
: Mrs. R.
and C. Cruze
'' ': spent) his while vacation Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. C. Beach, New Smyrna, Ocala, Or-
er property on a Quarter-Final Results, Bye Con-
: Sunday visiting relatives in Se- trip to Florida. Prewitt, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt; Mrs. lando, Palatka, Panama City, Pun-
'' solation:
', i ;, bring. I Fred I. Hill, Mrs. Claude L. Downs, beat Loren ta Gorda, St. Petersburg, Sanford
Dr. Jc W. White (15)
4' Joe l Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. G. B. Rack- Sarasota, Tallahassee, Tampa, Ta-
Johnson of Pensacola arrived
,, ; Rosenberg (20) 2 and 1.
Jewel Andrew
Russell
and
Miss Ezelle 'G. Vero Beach West Palm
straw, Mrs. J. W. Mrs. vares, ,
' '":,:' in Sunday for a visit of several Ed Ward (21) beat Dick Bow-
Beery visitors
, were Saturday. I E. Smith, Mrs. B. P. Luce, Mrs I Beach, Winter Haven and Winter
West Palm Beach. I days with his sister, Mrs. R. Y. II man (15)) 5 and 4.
.r Patterson. Mr Johnson, who is associated R. E. Smith, Mrs. R. B. Chipman Final Pairings, ChampionshipFlight Park. '
!: Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Keathley
with the U. Engineers
S.
:,:- : Miss Lela Brannen of Moore :
Bowden Mrs. O. F. Schiffli Mrs. Northern FavoredIn
Exposure
has been stationed in Louisiana.Mr. Mc-
O. G.
; Haven Emmett Shelley vs
spent Saturday visiting
i ': H. J. B. Scharnberg and Miss Vir- olden times people chose houses
,\ friends here. Whorter (36 holes).
tf with northern because
a
? ginia Gallant. exposure
<* and Mrs. Gordon Mobley Second Flight:
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.' i-"i I Final Pairings, "the south wind doth corrupt and
had as their guests over the weekend :- V. C. Denton
Jack Barrett vs "
:'_, Mrs. Roy; Alston was the guest of I CATHOLIC WOMEN PROPOSE TO doth make evil vapours.
Mr. Mobley's parents, Mr. and
,' (18 holes).
her mother .
; Mrs. J S. Willingham,
Mrs. G. S. Mobley and his sister, ORGANIZE STUDY CLUB HERE Final Pairings, Third Flight:
, : ,and other relatives in Moore Haven -
" Miss Mary Frances Mobley of Mi I Mrs. F. D. Duff vsV.. C. Owen
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Wednesday. 'Mrs., George Yon, president of
ami. (18 holes).
the St. Margaret's Altar Society, I
, Final Pairings, Fourth Flight:
;- '. Miss Sarah Beth Davis and Miss I
j and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby attended
" Mr. ,and Mrs. V. T. Cogwell, l\Irs.J Luther Jones vs Gray VanLand-
Jones of St.
Polly Petersburg were
a meeting of the West Palm Beach
\' R. B. Bunyard and Tracy Stone of holes) .
!, ingham (18
guests of Mr: and Mrs. Keathley Deanery Council of the National
:' West Palm Beach spent Sunday ,in Quarter-Final Pairings, Bye-Con-
< :: Bowden Friday. Council of Catholic Women which I '
L"; Clewiston visiting relatives. Mrs.T. solation:

':( .( Mrs. Leona Durrence of Glen- ''F. Williams, who came ,out with was held inVest Palm Beach at I John Harris (15)) vs 'Mrs. '0.
the Knights of Columbus Hall last
: ville, Georgia, is in Clewiston for them, remained for a visit with l I I week.

f.'. a visit with her son, Foy Durrence her daughter, Mrs. Viola Stone. Hostesses for the meeting were! 'N=N N N:..:..H:H:N..N N N........N NON........N..... ..... ..vainRwT7Yrir I rGAOL'P
: and Mrs. Durrence.
: !
I members of the Catholic Womans
" t Mr. and Mrs. ,F. M. Wright, Mrs. I TWO
. Study Club of West Palm Beach.
,
: :;1 J. F. Bazemore, of Jacksonville, Elbert L. Stewart ,and Mrs. J. W., I Democratic Primary /93S

.. ,; ,\ state manager for the Chilean I Ezelle were visitors in Palm BeachSaturday. : The meeting was an all-day, affair I Good FarmTrespassers Twenty Five Activo Yoari Expon.ne in the :s
with lunch served at the school ,
::" Nitrate company, was a business I Mrs. 'Wright, Mrs. Stew- General Practlca of Lam
cafeteria. A splendid address by:
: : visitor here Saturday.Mr. art and Mrs. Ezelle, all membersof
I Miss Lonna Wilson, field worker
, ': the Clewiston Garden Club, attended Land
for the National Council of Catholic -
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,', and Mrs. Harry Turner had I the Palm Beach Flower I
Women, from Washington, was
( as their guests Monday, Mr. ,Turn. Show. '
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er's.father, T. P. Turner and l i for Rent
"' '. Mrs. D. Hodgkin and' son", Miss Wilson spoke' 'of the purposesof J. COUSECounselor
,:r. George Turner "of Avon Park. I 19'x.
.: Steve, of Sanford, spent the week- the study clubs and urged their

end in ,Clewiston as guests of that a, branch study club be of- and Attorney at Law
X, Carl Johnson, Miss Yvonne John- j
and Mrs. Keathley Bowden. expansion. It has been suggested
1\11"\
son and Miss Mae Whitten spent \ I [IJ> Hopkins Building
Bowden, Kay Bowden and ganized in Clewiston under the
,,,. the week-end at their homes, in Sar- !
guests spent, Saturday, visiting the supervision of the West Palm .
asota. Wednesdays and Saturdays
: winter quarters of Ringling's, Cir-I Beach Deanery, and it is likely I \

cus at Sarasota. that this will be done in the near 9:30: to 4:00
Mrs. Joe' Cato, Mrs. "Glen Ether-
future. I
ton, Mrs. Gratton George and Mrs.J. ,
Edgar Anderson of Wilmington,
Be
L. Scott motored to West Palm North I Will t '\
Carolina, was the guest of \
Beach Wednesday Shelley And- L. B. Mershon
I his sister, Mrs. William H. Lanier, I ProsecutedClewiston

Wednesday. His mother, Mrs. Flora '
Mr.' and Mrs. G. E., Wenzloff AGENT
an.j,Deans, who has _visited Mrs. Lanier (Continued From Page 1) I

Miss Veda Arndt of Miami, were i for: several weeks, left Thurs- ed young Robert Creech of Belle -
Sunday guests of friends in Clew New York Life .
/ day with him for her home in Glade, 6 and 5.' The youthful

: iston. I Ir Wilmington.Rev. Creech, a' newcomer in tournament Insurance CompanyARCADIA
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: : play, had shoot-
consistently been -
Mrs. Paul Rardin, Mrs. John and Mrs. Forest C. Tay-

< ; Thomas and Mrs. Luke Frasier of lor spent a few days in Palm Beach, ing betteD than Third Flight golf :, FLORIDA

if.: Canal Point were, Clewiston visitors and Lake Worth the latter part of' the past two weeks, but the handicap -
of inexperience and the hazardof
' :- Tuesday. the week. While away, they 'were Realty And

r't ...-- '- honor guests at a dinner' party giv- playing against a seasoned opponent J. S. CAMPBELL
proved too great for him. ,
,.; : Air and Mrs. Grant Johnson, Al- en by Dr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Beid-

: len and Lois Johnson of Laket' erwolf, at the Royal Palm Hotelin The issue was never in doubt when DevelopinendCorporation;
Palm Mrs. Duff went 1 up on No. 3 and Jeweler & WatchmakerAll
Worth were recent guests of Dr. Beach.
increased her lead to 4 up at the ,
L and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor.
[ %{ MRS. EZELLE ENTERTAINS turn, coming home' with a'n at Kinds of Jewelry Repairs

, Mrs. Harry Turner and Mrs. R. BRIDGE CLUB THIS WEEK 94, very good golf under prevailing Optical RepairsAT


'J<;, M C. ers.Nowling' They spent were Saturday accompanied in Fort Mrs. J. W' Ezelle entertained I Third weather Flight conditions.match, W.In C.another Owen .. .....;.....;..................,..........................."... ...... '.....,'r CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP

jr, from LaBelle by Mrs. Turner's members of her bridge club at her won over E. E. Kelley .3 and 2, ---- -- -- --- ------
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r-r. mother, Mrs. H. L. Delaney. home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. making this bracket' exclusively f

,(1) Leslie Miller received a lovely vase Clewiston. Mrs. Duff and ;Mr, Owen
'
i r Fred L. Williamson, R. D. Lyons, as high score prize, Mrs. T. B. will decide it over 18 holes next

,:f", C. H. Berner, R. M. Bishop' andy Shelley, who won low, and Mrs.G. Sunday.

f.{ J. E' Beardsley attended the an- B., Thomas' who won the cut Since each town seemed bent on

;' nual Livestock Field Day; at the prize, each received a celery dish. making itself exclusive in omeflig'ht

J:", ;, State Experiment Station at Belle All the prizes:: were matching piecesof Luther Jones 'and Gray yan

'{' Glade Thursday. I Fostoria glass.A Landingham of Belle Glade came

::' delightful fruit salad course to bat ,for their home town, Jones

:t::, Mrs. M. L. Arnold of, Stockton, was served to Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. winning over Mrs. L. C. Betzner

,,:i Utah, is expected to arrive today Miller, Mrs. Shelley, Mrs. I.' M. 4 and 2 while VanLandinghamwas

;'1,_;,. for a visit of several weeks with Pafford, Mrs. "William H. Lanier, eliminating John Hooker by

/,. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred i Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. J. F. Cur- the same margin They will likewise I

;;1,, Henricksen. I Ir ry and Mrs. Keathley Bowden see if the issue can be decided I IW

,r,;{' over 18 holes next Sunday. 'i.

;;r' > :Mrs.Wednesday F. iR. Maxwell for of a visit Miami with arrived INFANT HERRING! First found round F. ByeConsolationmatches D. Duff ((15) util/IlOl! 'De iVI J e iu$, Dadd/ ; i


, 4 her daughter, Mrs. Glen E. Ether- The infant daughter of Mr.' and taking out C. V. Parkinson (15)) ,

. ,:;; ton. Mrs. B. E. Herring, which ,was 4 and 3, and Mrs. O. G. McWhorter Although Sonny is, a bit young to i
l''i.' born and died on Wednesday, winning over H. J. Stein, 3 and OUR CURRENT !
dividends his mother and .
!ur. and Mrs. Gratton George March 2nd, was buried in the Or- 2, both the latter playing under DIVIDEND\ \ appreciate i

- '<", motored Weirsdale Sunday for tona Cemetery Thursday morning i 24 handicaps. Quarter-final matches SAVINGS'RATE ON dad I know I how important t: it I : is that

:\4 ; Mrs. George's sister, Mrs. J., L. with Rev. Forest C. Taylor, minister in this flight -were won by Dr. \ SHAKE their savings are safe at work and

',\ Scott, who returned with them for of the Clewiston Community W. J. White (15)) over Loren ,

a ;visit. Church, officiating. I enberg ((20)) 2 and 1, and HS-I ACCOUNTS earning liberal dividends here.0In

.. ___ A quartette composed of JamesE. (15)) 5 and 4. IS 4.. f fact, these dividends will help pay

Mrs. B. P. Luce and her guests, : Beardsley F. M. Wright, Mrs.R. Ward ,((21) over Dick Bowman 1- ANNUM

Mrs. R. E. Smith of Maplewood,I'I N. Smith and Miss Marion Ley-. The last three Sundays have : for Sonny's education.C'ewiston .

j: New Jersey; and Mrs. R. B. Chip- dig'sang "The Sweet Bye and Bye". seen the largest number of guestsat

{1 man of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts Rev. Taylor's brief tribute was a the Clewiston Club since its in-

I Wednesday for a trip sweet and consoling message. ception. Well over 100 golfers have

. of a few days to Miami and the The little grave was covered with ; played each Sunday, and with the Federal Saving

;, lower East Coast, including a trip beautiful floral pieces which testified Championship and other Flight I .

to ,Key West. Mrs, Smith and Mrs. to the many friends who Finals scheduled for next J ,

Chlpman expect to leavo Mondays shared the sorrow of the. 'bereaved. a new high In' guest! tt SUnday'1 : and ion As9ociatio; :

t their iioww in tiie north, parents In their loss, expected/, / .

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Capt. Jack Lloyd- to develop a field-right here in 53 care less than last week, with I homa. The size of the average pay- .

the Everglades-of oil and gas the price down 7c. For the' cor- ment per recipient, ranged from : VISITING! HOURS AT SUGARHOUSE

that might rival any field In the responding week last year they $4.52 in Mississippi to 39.61 in :

(Continued From Pace One I world-then would it not be great averaged $3.70 and for same week Colorado. In Florida it was $15.56.

safe for a white man to live in] to live in a country that would two years ago, $2.90. Other orange Payments to recipients of public (Daily Except Monday)

the country as it existed at that, thrive in Its living and growth sales were 121 cars Indian River assistance in states cooperating 9 to 12-1 to 4

time. -from White Gold-sugar' Yellow variety, which averaged $2.29 a under the Social Security Act "

The second trip that Captain Gold-oranges, Green Gold-veg- box, down 10c, and 193 cars two- amounted to $388,000,000 in 1937, Guide Provided

Jack made into the Lake sectionwas etables, and Black: Goldoil.And bushel bruce 'boxes for an averageof including approximately $181,000-1

during the time of the great, in closing his interview he |2.04, a drop of 5c. California 000 in federal funds.Highway I

storm. He was one of the first says: yes, I have seen cities builton orange sales amounted to 247 cars, .

newspapermen that hit the Lake 1 bald prairies, up on 'the moun- with the average remaining un- NotesState I
tain peaks, in slumbering valleys, LEGAL NOTICES
tells that the
section, and you changed at $2.85 a box.
in river and swamp bottoms, for
scene that was left after the storm
the natural GRAPEFRUIT: Sales of regular ) i
when nature provides
looked as though this section of Road Department of Florida
Duncan and Marsh seedless
necessities-man will build a cityto grape- IN THK CIRCUIT COUNT wr AXD-
done
the country was for-today- develop them-no matter whereit fruit in standard boxes totaled 52 Division of II FOR IICMJRV COUNTY. FLORIDA
Lloyd paints an entirely different Highway Planning Survey IN (
CHANCERY.
be located.Acreage cars, 3 less than last week, averag-
picture of the scene. may ing $1.96 per box, up 3c. For same. By W. M. Parker, Director DARCARMIL. COMPANY, )
a Corporation
)
"Of course when one has seen
week last year the average was Plaintiff, )
the great strides that have bQen ofContinued Tallahassee, Feb. 30.-The State! vs., )
$1.87, and same week two years BULA R. WALLER, )
made by a country: as I have seen ago, 209. Other grapefruit sales Road Department has a limited Defendant. )

in the past 12 years, it proves ( rrom pad 1) Included 113 cars Indian River''va- number of copies of "Highways ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
without doubt, that Florida is the weather Florida" on hand for distribution STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
worm damage. If dry con- I
riety, averaging $2.29 a box, down5c
DULA
R. WALLER, a citizen and
Last Frontier, and has just been in- and will be glad to send them to
tinues, the crop is certain to and 56 cars two-bushel Bruce resident of 26 East Lexington Ave..
re-discovered by the financial and of chamber of civic Winchester, Kentucky:
cur some damage from attacks boxes averaging $1,91 a box, a dropof any commerce,
industrial of the country- You are hereby ordered and re-
people '
aphids and thrips, which will affect sales organization or individual who desire to
5c. Texas grapefruit were quired appear on Monday, the
every community! has its money blossom and fruit soon to be them. This booklet gives a fourth day of April, A. D. l'J38! a
and industry, and in Clew- 141 cars, with an average of $2.05 HulA Day of the above: styled Court.
crop set.. standard box, an advance of lie short history of transportation; In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
iston it is sugar, sugar cane and with varieties -, per shows the development of high- cuit Court of Hendry County, Flor
As is the cane
case
1 over last week.TANGERINES. ida In the Court House of said County -
associated activities" says Captain varieties of tomatoes now ways in Florida; and briefly des- to the Bill of Complaint filed
Jack. Then the veteran tells you I I : Tangerine sales against you In the above styled cause
planted are quite different from cribes the state's scenic values. It by Barcarmll Company, the same be-
all his travels he has amounted to 106 cars for the
that in of
inga Bill for the
foreclosure of
those of past years. Some years ago Is well illustrated and crammed a
never seen a town "laid out" ,as week( bringing an average price mortgage and in default thereof the
the Globe was exclusively planted. : with facts. allegations of said bill will be takenas
I
beautifully and carefully as Clewis- of $1.0 9 per' four-fifths bushel box, confessed by you.
Of the present crop the Marglobe Is I I The following information on
ton is laid out. lc under last week. For the corresponding It is further ordered that this Order -
most extensively planted, folowed condition of roads in and near be published once a week for
Lloyd tells you that lie has seen by PrItchard, Grothen, and Glovel, I'I'I week last year the averagewas this section being worked on at i four consecutive weeks in the Clew- ,:Alston -
,
sugar cane growing in several states $1.00 and same week two years News, a newspaper of general
in about the order named. As an present is released by the'state circulation printed and published in
and many different countries, but I ago, 97c.FLORIDA. Hendry County, Florida.
instance of the diversity of varieties road department.On .
he has never witnessed the activity, WITNESS my hand and seal of this
W. S. Bowdoiu, with 200 .acres State Road ,No. 164 southof Court in LaBelle. Hendry County
i-n the harvesting of the crop, with RELIEF CLIENTS Florida, this the 17 day of February,
such; precision as he has seen in 'In the Ritta district, has one field MILLION LaBelle in Hendry county, baseis A. D. 1938.
RECEIVE HALF
the Clewiston mills activity. :,in which are forty acre blocks of being put in, traffic may pass (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
Clerk of Circuit Court
One of the most unusual sights;!'leach of the varieties named above.G. LAST SL'MONTHS 1937 through but is advised, to avoid Hendry County. ,

Lloyd tells about the harvestingof B. McDuffie, at the County line, using road if possible. CN.-Feb. 18, 25, March 4, 11.

the Everglades cane crop is the with nearly 300 acres has a very'I Jacksonville, Fla., Mar.. 2-Food- State Road No. 25 between Belle

burning of the tops--quite unique considerable portion planted to Gro stuffs to the value of $248,705 and Glade and West Pal mBeach Canalin

--again Jack stresses the fact that then.. Bolton Brothers and Melvin clothing and household articles to Palm Beach county, is closed

the cane in this section really is I Wilder in the Ritta area, each the value of $255,366.35 were distributed to- traffic. Motorists will detour

quite higher than any average field have some of their acreage in to relief clients In Florida via Pahokee to Canal and thence i

he has ever seen-and he tells I Pritchard in addition to Marglobe. during the half-year, July 1 to east on State Road No. 194 to i

you that the Chamber of Commercehere Major portion of Beardsley Farmsis December 31, 1937, according to State Road No. 25 at Twenty Mile

ought to use for the slogan planted to Pritchard, with some the first semi-annual report of the Bend.

01" this community "Down in the Marglobe and Glovel, as well as i State Welfare Board to Governor On State Road No. 27 A, con-

EVErglades-Where the Tall Sugar several five-acre blocks of Valiant, Fred P. Cone. The report came struction work is in progress be- ny ca i+ati,

Cane Grows". a variety new in this section from the press early this week. tween Royal Palm Hammock and f

With a season of more than three M. E. Crouch and Bob Turner, I The distribution of surplus com- Collier City in Collier county. Traf- 1E a I_ I OLE

fourths million tons of cane to who have a large acreage in' the modities and clothing is under the fic can usually pass through construction -

grind, and new activities, underway Bare Beach area and Townsite,J([direction of the ,Surplus Commodity however, as no detour is ACKSONVILLEFLORIDA

throughout the corporations' ,have planted mostly Marglobe but division of the Welfare Board, of available, ,inquiry should be made, J(

interests, the veteran states that he I also have a sizable acreage in I which Chas. L. Cranford is director. before usIng.Morris .

has never 'witnessed such a tremendous -I Pritchard and Grothen. ,About $100,000 in federal money GARNET ANDREWS,Mn'3ei

growth of an industry,r Tomato growers are as superstitious : Is brought into the state as wages Davis To Be ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at th..<

especially in the South as is tak-I as ball players, or other for some 200 workers employed: by odem, fireproof hotel in the heart of down

ing place in the Clewiston activity. sportsmen, and after all it must the division, the report pointed out. lown Jacksonville./ Every room with tub and
Arraigned SaturdayJudge shower, oft w.er.! ceiling fan, radio slatted'
Lloyd being quite a booster of be conceded that tomato growingis The set-up of the distribution tummcr door...Every Bed with innerspring
all Florida activities, stresses the --- mattress and reading lamp.
Running ice
certainly' sporting proposition.
division consists state office
.of a George W. Whitehurst set floor.
chief fact for this community-one"1 To the point however; is the fact five district offices, 29 units, A 10 o'clock Saturday morning,II water on every AIR CONDITIONED
of the cleanest and prettiest townsin estimate of prospective yields ol COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
commodity warehouse is operatedIn March 5, for arraignment of Mor-,
housesno DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
the entire state-painted
; the present crop. 'Various estimatesare each of the 67 counties, the ris Davis, indicted last week bya Ratet'-Sms'e' with Private Bath

shacks-and a very good type: often given, indicating an aver- building being furnished without grand jury for first degree, mur- Room $200 80 Rooms J2.50

and class of people found workinghere. age yield of 200 bushel field boxesto cost to the Welfare Board. Thirty der in the Christmas night shot- //l Room. $3.00 24 Room $3,50
.npU Room with Pnv.t. Ball! $400
the acre. Conservative and experi- three trucks are operated in mak- gun slaying of his wife, Mildred ,.,. wan tar double eccupincyOlfc. '
As the "Tin Can Tourists" are enced growers, although they make Davis. s .
ing deliveries, while 870 retail .. lfl. POUND Hat.I. ',
looking for new grounds every year every effort to produce such a stores voluntarily serve as distribu-] Because of the long drawn out MOtii PAIIEN \p HOTEL DE50fOG I

Lloyd gives us a hint that maybe yield, prefer to. estimate that the tion centers. Hendrix-Kennon hog stealing case, .... _,., '". {......k.G.
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some of the large tracts adjacent acreage actually planted will not the Davis arraignment which had :
I The report sets out that surplus -
town could be turned intoa
to the generally exceed 90 bushels per been set for Tuesday morning this
commodities delivered to
wonderful trailer that could are
camp acre under average conditions. On week, was necessarily postponed.
people. 29,000 families and approximately
accomodate many I this basis there is a presumption 116,000 individuals.. LaBelle News ,

And the veteran tells you that I that the' crop in this area will

it i3 not, only sugar in and around I produce upwards of 500 cars this Clothing distributed by the Com- I
here. 'He points out the famous modity division is made in WPA Noble Ambition
season. Ambition is the from whichall Zf2wil
I germ :
fruits sewing throughout the state.
i Osceola development-citrus The old six-basket Florida crateis rooms growth of nobleness proceeds. I FLORIDA
down here, the great growth of the no, longer used as a market Textiles used are shipped directly

bean, peas, potatoes and pepper package.. All of the crop this year to the division and delivered to I

acreage, the fishing industry, and will be packed in wpoden lugs the sewing rooms from the various NORGE REFRIGERATORS

then he adds, with the exception of warehouses.Food i
holding 30 pounds.. It is possiblesome
the state of Texas, Florida is the surpluses purchased by the Furniture and Homo \"' :::
fiber board lugs may be used
only state 'in the Union that can experimentally. Although it is an- Federal ,Surplus Commodities Cor- ,PHILCO RADIOS

take care of 5 million more people, poration for national distribution
ticipated now that the crop will
and not be ,overcrowded: and the include Florida oranges and Flor- Household FurnishingsInc.
to
begin 5th
move about April continuing -
greatest opportunity lies in the ida both of
celery, which are being
if market and weather i
famous Lake Okeechobee country,I bought in quantity at this time. .
conditions warrant, to th'e first of
the only section in all America BELLE GLADE FLORIDA.
June, it is still too early in the 9 ;t1''
where a crop can be grown ,9
deal to say definitely at which Many Are ReceivingOld
months of the year, and where peo-
packing house the' bulk of the
ple have yet to find many, more Age Assistance;
crops that will grow. All throughthis crop in this area will be put up.

section is some of the finest Probably a house will be opened at I -
:Moore Haven Jacksonville, Fla., Mar 2-Almost '
grass anywhere in the world for perhaps one, possiblytwo F
at Clewiston and one-third of Florida residents 65
cattle to thrive on, says the Cap- certainly two,
tain, who adds that at this time possibly three at Lake 'Harbor. M. years of age or more are receivingOld

Florida has more, than two and a H. Crouch of Clewiston expects to Age .Assistance, according to

half million head of cattle with handle the usual volume at his figures made public, from the office .

almost a half million of them I house at Lake Harbor. here of the State Welfare Board. aun !, JIr

around: Lake Okeechobee. NAnd The figures;, as released by C. C. f / Stop at !hoflotet

what does Lloyd see for the I Citrus Sales Summary Codrington, state welfare commis-
future-here sioner, shows that the populationof 'Patricia
is his picture, a great
metropolitian. area, fronting the -....- the state according to the 1935

lake, extending from Port Mayacato Tampa, Fla., Feb. 25-A summary census was 1, 606,842 and that 87-

Moore Haven, developed resort of Florida citrus sales in the 459 persons had attained the age of Dram Hoes 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE '

centers, great fishing' docks, a can- eastern and midwestern markets for 65. Of these 26,639, or 30.40 per Band

al running through the southern the week just closing, ending Feb. cent of the population above 65 All Outside Rooms With QJ

section of the state that will be 25, with a brief resume of shipments years of age-were receiving old You Private Bath
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large enough to handle ocean go- affecting same, follows: age assistance.

ing vessels, and a population of a I Florida interstate shipments by all Statistics for Hendry county COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
EVERY FAMILY for
home
longs
million people within a period of carriers the proceeding week (end- were: Population 3,711 ; 65 and over a

10 more years, for is not Floridathe Ing Feb. 1'9) amounted to 2766 127 receiving, old age assistance! of its own, but many procrastin:'.! Overlooking Biscayne Bay
in going beyond the dream
last frontier? It is the only cars, 181 less than previous week 62 ; percentage of population 65 and stage.It Two blocks to Shops Theatre and
will be for happiness and
state where the new-comer can consisting of 2026 cars oranges, 557 ; over receiving old age assistance vour Business Section.
really settle down and not be of grapefruit and 183 of tangerines. 48.82. pfofit to sci a home soon, and
the loan balance from income.
!
crowded, and one more thing, Lloyd Florida sales in all the auction According to the National pay RATES
Come in and how
has witnessed the oil and gas markets this week totaled 1002 Social Security Board there were see we can help
buy dream home.
fields of the world being developedin cars, 69 less than last week, with 1,582,144 recipients of old age you' your .' $1.50 Single

his days, and he tells you that he price average slightly lower on I assistance In 47 states, the District .

with the major companies all inter- oranges, steady to lower on grape- of Columbia, Alaska and Hawaii $2.50 Double

ested in the various geophysic sur- ui' and about steady on tanger- comprising 20 per cent of the estimated Clewiston federal

veys that are being made today all ines.ORANGES population aged 65 and Special Family, Weekly &

through the Everglades, and the : Saks of regular over In, December. The percentage Savings and LoanAssociation Monthly Hates

entire Lake region, that it would in standard boxes amounted .
oranges ;: ; ranged from 7 per cent in New L

,not.be f Impossible for the companies to :GGJ}f ) cars;,, averaging $l82 a box, Hampshire: to 60 per cant In Okla ; .l _s, .D. McGttEAUY] Proprietor ''f!

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Unwelcome
[ Perhaps
,
;- The Stars Above
(
:But Insulted-Never!

',' FIXED stars are so called be- OUR COMIC SECTION (

, cause they change their positions The young man had been overjoyed
:: so slowly in comparison at getting a job as commer- ,-
: \ with the planets. All of the (:cial traveler, but after a week he '
!
stars are m motion. began to feel rather fed up. '

The name morning star is .. "How are you getting on?" inquired '

given to the planets Jupiter, an old hand at the game.
Mars, Saturn and Venus, when "Badly," was the reply.HI :
n
n I Snoopie 1 have
been
one of them rises shortly before I have visited.insulted" at every place
the sun and is a conspicuous -
object in the sky before dawn. "That's strange," was the 'reply.


':",, .. the Major.The Dog brightest star, star in the is Sinus Canis, !III!! / OW-H.:[-1: THINKSOKEBODV JOHM WAKE UP, -- :: 111! 1 f COME SVJ SOOMOS FROM r"IIIIII",/ flung years.. into"I've I the have been street.had on my the I have samples road been 40

1; POW S A1RSm: ; THE KITCHEU/ taken by the scruff of the neck
reddish '
Betelguese, a bright ::::
::1n I HEAK A NNOISEVAAIT'LL and hurled downstairs, and I don't
star in the constellation Orion,
"rio", has a volume about 30,000,000 illll! m; deny that I have been rolled in the
gutter. But insulted in all
" times that of the sun. i m -never
I my years of experience have I
1m
nm been insulted!"
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What Is Proper Use I
: Big Portion of World Sales
;'.., of Furniture Polish? i
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In a recent investigation, it was I business spends
:;::: AMERICAN
proven that many, many home- more money for advertising
, ,-,< makers use furniture polish incorrectly JIIII! than is spent for the same

-pouring it on a dry cloth, ::::: purpose in all the remainder of
'
for application to the furniture! :::::::::;:. the world. The result is that,
This is waste of the house ::;:::
a gross while American people represent
wife's time, energy and her polish iW only one-seventh of the

And the latter is usually world's population, their purchases
blamed. We refer, of course,'to oil I I TURM represent forty-seven

polish-for this type as best to t THIS L.K5HT AMD F/MO 00 per cent of the world sales.
clean, beautify and preserve the OUT WHAT'S
furniture. The best oil polish is not I WERE

greasy, because it's made with a i
fine, light-oil base. The polish

J should be applied on a damp cloth I

thoroughly moistened with FOR THE MISERY OF
water, then wrung out. Saturate

. this cloth with the polish-spread
' on-and rub lightly. The '"wet" of

the cloth smoothly distributes the
and the finish absorbs
polish- receives
it evenly! This correct

procedure takes the "labor" out of

polishing and requires far less
,-- tiresome rubbing! A dry cloth is

then used to easily work up the

glow, which is even and uniform-
the desired effect! This-and only
this-is the proper way to use a --
good oil polish! -

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Take 2 BAYER ASPIRIN tablets and
, drink a full glass of water. Repeat
...because O-Cedar not only cleans E' treatment in 2 hours.

\ ; as it polishes,but presents your furniture .If, throat It soro from the cold,
-"feeds"the finish, fftevents A crush and stir 3 BAYER ASPIRIN
drying-out,cracking.Insist tablets in % glass' of water. Gargle
,,' upon O-Cedar Polish, for I twice. This eases throat rawness
::'. furniture,woodwork end T and soreness almost instant'/.
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floors (with the famous All it usually costs to relieve the
O-Cedar misery of a cold today is 3 to
Mop). I H 5 cold 15ff to 25{. Hence no family
need neglect even minor head

'W) i I E'R. colds.Here isvhat to do: Take two

I Ir2" BAYER tablets \\hen you feel a

i ( WENT To Too BAD VoJPIDMT IF IT WAS I FIGuRED MV cold coming on with a full glass
of if ,
R.H water.Then repeat, necessary,
THE MARKET GET SO ToUGH, TfETH NEEDEDHOW according to directions in each
MYSELF To 6eT .ONE THAT I IS IT '-HE EXERCISE" package. Relief comes rapidly.
THIS STEAK VOU COULD CUT VOU ATE IT The Bayer method of relieving
THOUGHT YOU'DiT V/lTH A KMIFE ALL UP ? colds is the way many doctors
' E approve. You take Bayer Aspirin
: Discretion for relief then if you are not
Thy friend has a friend; and thy improved promptly, you call the
friend's friend has a friend; bet A I family doctor.

discreet.-Talmud. / II

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2 FULL DOZEN 25c

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PORES
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If there is anything better than
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* FACIAL MAGNESIA MADE HER F LOOK EX B&SKIDDIM'OUT/

SKIN FRESH,'YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL i A
THAT CAR/ M !! !
'i' :, Romance?as 'ta chance when big ugly I T
: pores spoil skin-texture.Men love the soft LARGE tJARS 5At/o/O W
, ., smoothness of a fresh young complexion.
r Denton's Facial Magnesia does miracles .
t.: ', for unsightly akin.Ugly pores disappear, N Brings Out Genius
.t;' skin becomes firm and smooth.
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