The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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II } SHELLEY WINNER IN LEGION CONFERENCE 'Kiwanis- Fort to Play Lauderdale Over $90,000 New B uildin :'s. 1

HANDICAP TOURNEYt HERE SUNDAY WITH I The strong Fort Lauderdale dia I

mondball team, one of the teams en Constructed Here During 34

: OF LOCAL GOLFERS 16 POSTS I PRESENTThe tered invade in Clewiston the East. Coast Thursday League night, will to _

I battle the Clewiston Kiwanis All- -
I An Unprecedente/I Amount of New
Emmett Shelley, defeating Kit Stars in their second game of their Local Club Loser inInterCity
: Clewiston American Legion 1 I Residences! and Stores.;
winner of the
Bowden ,5 down, was series.
Tournament Post No. 93 will be hosts Sunday to the local All Are Occupied.A .
Annual Fall Handicap Last Wednesday night MeetA
t of the Clewiston Golf Club in the delegates from 16 American ',Legion boys visited the Lauderdale home .
,. I construction total conservatively
.,' _, final match played Sunday. Posts and from 16 Auxiliaries, when grounds and came back on the tall ,..
!,: I estimated at $91,705 for 1934 was
r' The match was marked by Shelley's regular conference end of a 7-2 score. Playing in a
the quarterly of team of golfers from Fort My seen in a survey of building activity: .
: shots and slight drizzle and unable to take the '
t: excellent approach the sixth district is held at the Clew- ers won by eight points a match play In the city of Clewiston during the
the team wishes to the '
: putts., The two players were well roster use, ,
eleven'months.. New residencesand
iston Inn. with local golfers here Sunday. The past
time locals were handicapped in their I
matched on the fairway, but
buildings already completed .
inter-city match was arranged by
i after time Shelley's game around Posts in eight counties, Sarasota, game. However they are anxious to during :1934 total $73,73 Costs of
turn the tables 'on the down-state I Joe Masters, Clewiston pro and'Terry -
him the hole.
C the green gave Hardee, DeSoto, Highlands, Char- repairing and remodelling on several .
boys and will come on the field Dolson, Fort Myers pro, and was 1
" '
At the end of the first nine Shel- i lotte, Lee. Glades and Hendry com- of the larger buildings will increase
the third between of the
Thursday night with blood in their players
L ley led Bowden 5 up. Bowden's game I I the figures to $80,130. Three resi- .
I prise district .6, and delegates are two clubs. :.
steadied a bit after that and the eyes.The dences and two buildings now under
expected in three motorcades.. One : largest crowd to ever witness One point was given on each hole, '
score never varied more than 2 I construction will bring the total Cor. ,,'.
a here is expected to come low ball scoring the point. Clewiston
:. holes from that_ first advantage. At I motorcade will be formed among game the year to 91705.,
out, Thursday night. The Fort Lauderdale players were in the lead in three I
the conclusion of the match It stood delegates from towns in the Ridge .
The list of new construction includes ;
team has on its playing list matches but went down In six. ;
, again with 'Shelley 5 up. section and will meet a motorcade three duplex 'apartment houses .
several boys that played .on the pop- Clewiston players, opponents and
:, Shelley's handicap was set at 11, from Bradenton and neighboring ular Hollywood team last summer. scores: .Tom Shelley and Dr. White ; one apartment' house of four ':.

"." Bowden's 20. The; cards were: towns at Lake Annie. Legionaifes The Hollywood boys made a hit with vs. Frank Prather and Harry Jones apartments; 24 homes; 1 theatre; \4 ;"\

.; ; Shelley 40..42-48-41-total 171. and their ladies from Sarasota, Fort local fans here and many are expected Clewiston 2 down; F. D. Duff andF. store buildings; 1 ice storage house ), ." j

'., Bowden 50-51-47-46-total 194. Myers and surrounding territory to come out to see some of. the I. Hill vs. Don Taylor and'E. G. and 4 ,warehouses and shops., -s'.

Cups were presented the winner will form the third motorcade.A boys perform again here. Murphy, Clewiston 3 down; H. R. Many of the residences and duplex ,1'

welcoming committee from the Hall and E. E. Kelly, vs. Fred Deal homes were made possible by the .;::

Wi. and the runner-up at the Club House Clewiston Post will meet the three and M. Masek, Clewiston 3 down; Clewiston Home Building Associa, ',' ,:
Sunday evening, F., D. Duff acting City to Adopt '
motorcades at the intersection of W. C. Owen and J. J. Harrington vs. tion through whom the work was financed .
: I as master of ceremonies and making '
[j k roads 25 and 67 at 11:30 Sunday Terry Dolson and Capt. Clark, Clew : The local association is a j
the presentation in behalf of the
(J morning. Following dinner, at the Liquor OrdinancePlans iston 3 down. stock-holder 'in the Federal Home .,<:
W' club. The trophies are the
among I Inn, the business session will openat Jack Barrett and R. T. Gibson vs.I Loan Bank of 'W' )nston-Salem, North 1
f most attractive ever offered' on the '
1:30 with district vicecommander Joe Sandberg and Mr. Mordue, tie. Carolina. Funds provided through /
I[ local course, Mr. Shelley's is a silver
Morgan of Avon Park in chargeof for the adoption of a liquor Jimmy Harrington and M. W. Biggvs. I the federal Home Loan Bank are ,,,
loving cup mounted on an ebony ordinance setting the license fee for ,
the program. Ray Stephens and Hugh Sennef, In every Instance matched with
base; it is about 10 Inches In height '
the City of Clewiston for dealers in
funds provided by the ClewitouHome :
Clewiston 3
The up.
6th _District was the first
and is engraved "Clewiston' Golf
alcoholic beverages were put In motion =
district in the state to reach its L. H. Nash and A. L. Hackett vs. Building Association. :
Club, 1934 Fall Tournament,, WonBy" at the December meeting of the '
quota of 100 percent membership, Father Brannon and Emil Ray, The U. S. Government has coni .,
It is surmounted by the figureof
commission held the
city at city hall J..
golfer.. Mr. Bowden's cup is following the recent national Legion Clewiston 1 down. H. Land and' A. structed 19 homes here during the
Tuesday evening.
of similar design, but without the i' convention in Miami. Every Post In Mayor F. D. Duff was authorIzedto N. Gallant vs. Dr. Joyce and Dave year, estimated, cost $48,000, to proVide -. :,,
6 Shapard. Clewiston 2 up. Mrs. Duff facilities for engineerson
It District exceeded 100 percent In housing
figure on top. is Inscribed "Clew-
: a tentative ordinance to
enrolling' members for 1935, the prepare and Mrs. Hill vs., Mrs. Prather andMrs. the Lake Okeechobee flood con '
\:. iston Golf Club, 1934 Fall Tournament be presented at the next, January, ::
Clewiston Post leading with 127 per- Dalton, Clewiston 2 down. trol and navigation project. These, ;
:; Runner-Up. cent enrollment.H. meeting of the commission. It Is expected Mrs. W. C. Owen 'vs. Mrs. Culver. together with other residences and. ""I
About 35 Fort. Myers golfers and that the ordinance will be '. '
Clewiston 1
built and remodelled .
up. apartments
friends and an equal number of R. Hall, E. B. Butler and Jay discussed and put in final shape by '
A return match is being planned have done much to
W. Moran officers during the year,
of the Clewis
Clewiston residents at members of the commission at that
were present
for the month in Fort :
of January relieve the acute housing situation ,
ton Post are In charge of entertain-
the club house during the presenta- meeting. There will follow a thirty '
,. Myers. with which Clewiston has been fac ;I
ment of the visiting Leglonaires and ,
tion. In addition to Mr. Duff's remarks day period during which time the or- the match Fort S .
Following Myers ed.
there were impromptu talks the Auxiliary members. Legionaires dinance will be advertised. It will ,
and Clewiston entertained
from posts' outside of the district players Clewiston was. not over-built dur'f,
by several visitors. .and, local resi come up for adoption. the Febru- .
buffet at
with supper the
dents. -- are invited "by the:local'Post to attend ary meeting, at, which time any complaints ing the boom. Practically 'every _
the conference. suggestions be offer-' house and were present at the pre- house ever built here has been of ,
or may sentation of to winner and
cups the
permanent construction and
ed to the commission.
Garden Club to runner-up of the Clewiston Golf '
The adoption of some form of or- I design, building having re-
Engineers Defeat Club's Handicap Tournament which stricted to certain costs to maintain : :
Give Christmas Prizes requiring a license fee from '
-- was played the same day. '
standard of development.
dealers is necessary before the city a high -
Kiwanis 2 to 0 will derive any revenue from the The nejz- residences have been
; Mrs. E. L. Stewart, president of sale of alcoholic beverages. M. H. Crouch Buys matched with business buildings of

't. the Garden Club, announces a almost equal value, which reflectsa t'

, Christmas decoration contest sponsored The U. S. Engineers and the Ki- Clewiston Drug Co.M. steady and not an erratic growth

I by the Club among residents wanis diamondball teams tangledlast and business development. Despite .

..,..- of Clewiston during the holiday sea- The H. Crouch is the new owner of all the new buildings Clewiston is f
Tuesday night in one of the Community '
son. Prizes wil be awarded for the the Clewiston Drug company, hav- today without a single vacant storeor :es

best-decorated doorway and for the best played games of the year, the I Church ing completed the purchase of the residence. ;.

best decorated out-door living Engineers emerging the victor and property from C. E. Miner, owner The following descriptive list of

Christmas tree. keeping their lead in the league. Sunday, December 9, 1934 and former president of the Clewis- construction activities during the

In ,order to give full benefit of For nine innings the two teams 7:30 P. M. ton Drug Company, Incorporated.The I year gives the approximate cost and

lighting effects, all entries will be battled, neither side,able to do much 'I transfer of ownership became location of each item:

judged both at night and during the with the pitching of Moore and -Special Song ServiceORDER effective on December first and Mr. $IS -J. H. Greene. duplex, lot

,, .' day. The judges will view the entries Dosh.. The engineers shoved over two Crouch assumed control of the company 8, block 367.
: "I"'" -:. on Sunday evening, December runs to..--annex the game 2-0. Each Paul Ewing, who has been $800-Mrs. Emma Schult, 4-

:;:- 23rd and again on the following team garnered two hits each but Prelude: Miss Marion Leydig. pharmacist and manager of the drug Apartment house, lots 16 & 17,

morning. neither hits of the Engineers figured pianist. store for several months, will con- block 358.

.', '! There Is no fee required of en in the scoring. Two errors, one Doxology. and Invocation. tinue in that capacity.The $1 00-Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis,

;!: trants and Mrs. Stewart is anxious by the first baseman and the other Hymn No. 36, the congregation Clewiston Drug Company's theatre building, lot 18, block 378.

;.. '-:' that all who will enter into the contest by the short fielder, coupled with uniting. warehouse, seed. feed and fertilizer $l100-C. E. Miner, warehouse,

K ; '> will give her their names in two; wild pitches by Dosh,", allowed Responsive Reading selectionNo. business is retained by Mr. Miner A. C. L. property, block 389

!f ; order that the judges will not miss both runs to score. 290. who will continue to operate it him- 4000C. V. Parkinson, store

anyone. Other games of the week saw the Anthem: The Community self. The sale to Mr. Crouch Involved building, lots 2 & 3, block 156. .f ,

The Garden Club has taken the High School drop two games, one to Church Male Chorus. only the drug store, its stock and $800-Charles Christian, small

lead In many civic enterprises. With the Sugar Corp., and the other to Solo: "Messengers of Peace" fixtures. house, E 1-2 lot 5, block 156.

t the cooperation of the Legion Post the Engineers. Both of the games -L1t eton, Mr. Alfred Wei- The company recently sold out its $1300-John Elmore, store build-

f and the Garden Club the Community were by lopsided scores although the gle Fort Myers. prescription drugs and is now reopening ing. W 1-2 of lots 5 and 6, block '

i Christmas Tree is made possible. boys played better ball than the Violin: "Cavatina"-Rolfe, Mr. this department with a com- 156.

". s The Club requests the citizens of scores showed. Harold Moorland. Fort My- pletely new stock. $1800-Florida, Power and Light <

':y.: the town to join heartily in the con- The games saw the Sugar Corp., ers. Mr. Crouch is a produce buyer I Company, Ice storage house, lots 23

test, feeling that much benefit will take undisputed position of secondin Announcements and OfferIng and farmer. He has made Clewistonhis & 24, block 160.$2350Duplex.

i: .be reflected by the wide-spread interest the league standing and the Ki Offertory. home for several years and is apartment, T. B.

; in decorating during the holi- wanis drop one game behind them Short Talk: "The Prophetic well-known through the Lake region Shelley, lot 36, block 167.

; day season. for third position. Power of Music".-Dr. Wil- His new business will receive $2300-F. M.- Wright, residenceE

; liams. I ja cordial welcome among his many 1-2 of lots 16 and 17, block 168. .:;,

Red Cross More Than Two Apply to Board .. Anthem: The Male Chorus. friends. $2100-J. W. Ezelle, residence, _';",

Violin:, "Berceuse"-Godard, lots 1 and 25, block 195. ;

i Doubles Quota For Liquor License Mr. Moorland. Union Hotel Sold to $800-Clewiston Company, shop ::1

/ -- Solo: "The Golden Threshold" building,, lot 12. block 413.

The Clewiston Chapter of the -American The Clewiston Beer Parlor, B. E. Askew, Mr. Weigle." Lakeland Hotel ManThe $900-U. S. Sugar Corp. labor -' ...ti:
have made'I Hymn No. 201, the congregation iccciving station. lot 12, block 414. .
-. Red Cross concluded its. an- Nail and Fred Whidden
'" nual Roll Call Thanksgiving day, application to the Hendry board of uniting. Union Hotel has been sojd by $2380-Gulf Refining Company, .;.,'

and completed the enrolling; of 214 county commissioners for license to Benediction.Postlude. J. W. Scott to L. R. Waring, of warehouses, lots 1, 2, & 3, block J;

i '. members during the Roll Call peri sell liquor in this district. Lakeland, who arrived and took over 407. t ..$

4 :: od. The chapter's quota had been: Each of the applicants has post Mr. Weigle and Mr. Moorlandwill the property on the first. $48,000.00-U-. Government, ",J

set at 100 members by the national ed $1,000, the cost of the state and be accompanied on the Mr. and Mrs. Waring and two 19 homes and garages, blocks..... 190, "

I headquarters. county license with the board pend- piano by Mrs. J. W. Co1'e of children have taken up their residence 191 and 194.Extensive .

E. L. Stewart, chairman of the ing approval of their applications. Fort Myers.Mr. at the hotel and are supervising remodelling and repairs to.

I Roll Call, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, It is understood that these applica the work of repairing and repainting include: .:

t chairman of the local chapter and tions will be submitted for formal the interior of the building $1800.-Remodelling Hay Building j
" whole Interior of the buildingis Including 5 apartments, Clewiston -
their ten committee members are to approval or disapproval at a meet- The

';: be congratulated on the fine showing ing on December 21st, which will and Mrs. W. C. liooke'r were being repainted and new office Home Building Association, lot

; made by the Clewiston chapter. be a continuation of the regular visitors in West Palm Beach Friday "fixtures installed.Mr. 24. block 150. -.

., '."" ", Roll call workers were Mrs. W. C. December meeting of December 4th. ,Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. Waring was formerly mana- $750:-;
i. ;'" Owen, Mrs Fv M. Wright, Mrs. G. C.II ,The legal advertisement of applicants Hooker and family and Mr. and Mrs. ger of the Hotel Melbourne qt ,:Melbourne and repairs, block 8. '

-:,;. :, Poole, Bob Coker. E. B. Butler, Mrs. and the petition .from voters Charles Duffin, of West 'Palm Beach, ahd is an experience hotelman $1400--6. F. Schiffll, addition to !:

: ;- .:;}. :J. A. McGeehee, Prof. G. B. Stanley, 'of this district, both as required they spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. The Union its residence, lot 9. blocky1G9.- "-.

.', 41 .'Mrs Mark Lawler, Mrs.: Harry by law, appear in this Issue of the M. C. Hook nt her homd near new management will cater tO tran'I' $2000-OlGwiutoU .Hom& Building'T''O' .

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS Friday, December 7/1934

NOTABLES of the Catholic church ELMER J. RYAN I I'Yd aar- --------------.----- e

Current In Chicago from all
News Review of gathered Let Our Motto Be
parts of the world to take part In the

silver Jubilee of Cardinal Mundeleln, GOOD HEALTH

who was consecrated a bishop 25 years .
World OverGeneral
: Events the BY DR. LLOYD ARNOLD
The sent his
: ago. pope personal greet Professor of Bacteriology and Preventive

ings and his blessing.PRESIDENT Medicine,University of Illinois, d/r:s
College of Medicine. if.-J

r ...
ROOSEVELT Is reveling -
Butler's Fantastic Story of Fascist Plot to Seize A In baths and rest at Warm T )j : A NEW ATTITUDE TOWARD

Springs, Ga., but he Is not neglectingthe 4A FOOD RATIONSThe
Strike in the Great Steel
the Government-
nation's business, keeping In close
'. Industry Becomes Imminent.By touch with Washington and receiving depression we are now In Js

t many official visitors. _At his first press nothing. new In the world's history. We

conference there he announced with have had many de-

EDWARD W. PICKARD glad smiles that he would again "lend pressions before.

by Western Newspaper Union. his birthday," January 30 to the national -- But there Is some-

committee that arranges birthday thing new In the

minded American citizens ment rather unsympathetic.. Green's balls all over the country for the way we are apportioning -

I ,SOBER it difficult to take seriouslythe Influence in the White House has been benefit of infantile paralysis sufferers. rracs food t-.

fantastic story that Maj. Gen. waning noticeably and he has had no the needy. In for-

with the President mer times It wasa
personal contacts ,
Smedley D. Butler told to the congressional /COMPTROLLER GENERAL J. R
committee for some time. bare subsistence
M'CARL has thrown a monkey-
\ ration. In this-
Investigating un-Amer wrench into part of the machinery of
ican activities. This ORDER of the national: labor relations Relief Administrator age, however, most
BY Harry L. Hop
: board there will be held relief organizationsask
retired officer of ma- kins. Turning down a check from Hop-
i that soon a great workers' election which : What must a
rines charges kins
Y, to the officials of the District of
______ .
labor : family be given to
determine whether
there Is a plot, engineered will organized Columbia which was to have started -- :::, ;.m:'; 4:', .. :
Wall shall dominate the country's rubber industry maintain health 1-
by work on a housing development, Mr.
street men, to seize McCarl held that the federal Elmer J. Ryan of South St. Paul, The maintenance of

the government of the The board decreed that the Fire- cy' relief act, providing for the emergen-granting ,Minn., will be the youngest member of health and the maintenance of a bare

United States and set stone Tire and Rubber company and of funds for various relief the new congress. He was born In subsistence ration are two entirely dif-

the B. F. Goodrich company of Akron, pur- Rosemont Minn. ferent things.Particularly.
dictator- twenty-seven
Fascist years
up 4 poses, could not apply to the acquisi-
Ohio, must allow their employees to is married and has Mr. are health officials con-
ship, and the chairmanof tion of real estate am" the construction ago, one son.
ballot on the question of whether they cerned with the maintenance of health
the committee. Rep- of homes. This type of activity, Ryan was the only Democratic congressional -
Gen. tmeaiey want a company union or an American among growing children. The chlldreq:
JohnV. who
resentatlve candidate In the state
ht said would be of and
D. Butler Federation of Labor union to represent a permanent of today are the rulers of tomorrow.For .
McCormack of New I not an emergency nature, and the act was successful In the recent election.
them in collective bargaining under the
York: considered the.tale.of enough Importance ; was adopted to meet emergencies.The the past twenty years the United
: NRA. States has had the healthiest
wit young
warrant the calling of
nesses to prove. or disprove it. General Twenty-one thousand workers: the FERA already has under waya NEW YORK STUDENTS people in the world. This is because we

( largest number ever polled by the labor program of "rehabilitating" 80,000 did not have to make the dietetic sacri- ,I
Butler made his public throughthe
story farm families In and landto DRIVE AWAY POLICE
board on an NRA question, will par- homes on fices the leading European countries r
columns of the New York Evening ,
ticipate in ,the 'election. In addition be sold to them by the government did I
during the and
war post-war
Post as the proceedings of the committee -
another 15.000 workers of the Goodyear -
;.,' are conducted In private. Rubber ballot Burn City. College President in periods.
I. ,.r" 1 company may on MORE and more it becomes evident Our young people had food enough I
If Butler is to be believed, he was the same question. Effigy.New .
approached by Gerald P. MacGulre. President Roosevelt Intendsto and the right kind of food. It Is up-
pursue a middle of the road policyIn to to
us now see that the standardsof
bond salesman In the stock exchangefirm
and DONALD R. KICHBERG, executive his efforts for national recovery, and York.-A band of shrill voiced nutrition are not lowered to the
of M. P.
Grayson Murphy
of the national emergency that in the over undergraduates on "strike" at City danger pointEspecially

Company, and urged to accept the lead- council and now perhaps the Presi- whelmingly Democratic college burned President Frederick B. should relief organizations

ership of a soldier organization would of halfa : dent's chief adviser, addressing the As- next congress there Robinson in effigy, routed a score of remember that milk Is the most Im-

million men "which now-in assem sociated Grocers of America at their will be no one faction police, stormed the flagpole for a forbidden portant food a child can have, for

ble-probably a year from convention In New York, proposed the strong enough to dic- meeting and raised merry Ned "milk builds bone and muscle better

Washington, and that within a few creation of a new federal body, combining 5 tate to him. The Chief for more than three hours. than any other food." One quart a

days it could take over the functionsof functions of the NRA and the, Executive and the They demonstrated against Mussolini day per 'cliild Is the ideal ration, and

the government. MacGuire. accord- federal trade commission to define and leaders of
I and Dr. Robinson heaping scornon never less than' three-fourths quart per' .
Ing to the general, thought the over- regulate concerted trade action In the the country are grad- the former and ,demanding' that the child.If .

turn of the government might be accomplished "twilight zone" under antitrust laws. ually coming together, College head be "ousted" .expelling the'expenditure Is fairly ample,

peacefully and suggestedthat Discussing the program for perma- and if and when they 21 students after an anti-Mussolini then, according Dr.' Henry Sherman,,

"we might even go along with nent NRA legislation, he reiterated his reach an accord on outburst last October 9. nutrition expert of Columbia university -

Roosevelt and do with him what Mussolini opposition to control of prices and pro- methods u; will ben; shattered *
The who H.
college peace was quotes Lucy Gillett of the-
did with the king of Italy. duction. He said mini- Silas Strawn
the fixing of found that a good
with the thatan
early In the day discovery American Child Health association, the-
Butler's story continued: mum and maximum hours had radical Ideas of the
wages many of the more the
impudent blue banner bearing food money should be divided Into-
"He told me. he believed that at demonstrated its soundness for eliml- brain trusters will base been discard device "Strike" in white letters, had fifths : '

least half of the Arneiican Legion and nating the worst forms of unfair com- ed. The best minds In industry and
been raised during the night to the 5(1!(J One-fifth, or more, for milk and'
petition in treatment of employees, and finance longer standing back
Veterans of Foreign Wars would follow are no foot peak of the flagstaff. cheese.
'that admittedly dishonest business prac- and criticizing. They are takIng -
me. merely With Doctober Robinson 111 In bed One-fifth, more or less, for vegetable _
tices should be proscribed. active part in planning for the
"MacGulre explained<<; to me that they an Here- at Mount Sinai hospital, the faculty and fruits.
had two other candidates for the position future welfare of the of the Im proved no more effective against the One-fifth, or more, for bread and-

.. of 'Man on the White Horse.' He PHILADELPHIA lawyers are tradi- with are summarized some in this directIon organized remonstrance than the police cereals.

said that If I did not accept an offer to be able to portant new developments who, uncertain of their status, and One-fifth, or less, for: meats, fish and

would he made to Gen. Douglas Mac- unravel the worst of tangles, so Presi- : forbidden nightsticks, retreated before eggs. '

Arthur chief of staff of the United dent Roosevelt has picked one to beAn President Henry 1. Harriman of the
of Commerce, outnumbering hosts and the tumultuous One-fifth or less, for fats, sugar and
States army, and that the third choice chairman of the na-' United States Chamber chant : other groceries.

would be Hanford MacNider, former tional labor relations In pursuance of a resolution adoptedby "No on the campus !1" But If the amount of food money has '
the board of directors, has appointed cops
board. He is Francis tI
commander of the American Legion. locked: to be drastically curtailed, then the
headed by Eight undergraduates, arms
Riddle of the famous a committee of six men,
"So far I know neither General should be divided into thirds
as ,
about a lamp post outside the admin- money
family of that Silas Strawn of Chicago, to cooperatewith
MacArthur MacNider has been One-third for milk and cheese.
api. and he succeeds Lloyd other business and agricultural istration building, sounded the tocsin
i.. proached. Their names were merely the One-third for vegetables and fruits.
: K. Garrison who retired associations in drafting plans for the that Inaugurated the push on po
l mentioned as 'alternates.' from the chair recovery of business. The board of the ,lice. Fists flew. Police shoved, stu- One-third for bread and cereals.

The general said he. was offered considerable manship to resume his chamber endorsed the continuation of dents shoved. The police retreated. "Let retrenchment of expenditures,"

sums "for expenses" which he duties as dean of the relief and housing, but signified that This was soon after 11 o'clock. An says Doctor Sherman "take the form,

", did not accept He said MacGulre In- law school of the University business Is still opposed to the unbal- hour and a ,half later, after a, parade first, of foregoing the purchase of

timated that among the backers of the of Wisconsin. anced budget further reduction of that disturbed classes and the whole foods of other groups, and, next, of

plan were Mr. Murphy) and Col. RobertS. rte. "iTancis. Hiciaie nas working hours as embodied in the neighborhood, the mob hoisted Doc' selecting the cheaper or cheapest formsor

Clark, a wealthy New Yorker with Francis Biddle been engaged in law movement for a 30-hour week, new and tor !Robinson's effigy to a fence and articles within each of three groups
offices in the Stock Exchange build- practice as a member of the Philadelphia unprecedented outlays for public i touched a match to it. The effigy had just mentioned as essential.

ing ; and he added that later Colonel firm of Barnes, Biddle, and works, continuance of the NRA, the I' two heads and four arms. Let us hope'that each communityhas -

Clark offered him money to go to the Meyers. He served from 1922) to 1920 doctrine of majority rule in collective some philanthropist who ,will do-

American Legion convention In Chicago as assistant district attorney for the bargaining and unemployment Insur nate, through the winter months, a

last year and make: a speech for eastern district of Pennsylvania. In ance. Airplane Hits Mountainand teaspoon of cod liver oil to each needy-

retention of the gold stands.rd. which his new post his task will be the set- Through the National Association of Four Persons Die child under two years of age, as a preventive -

speech )lacG ire had previously given tlement of labor disputes arising out' Manufacturers, invitations were sent against rickets. i.
Butler. of the' recovery act; especially those to ,every manufacturer In the United Los Angeles, Calif.- president A point that Is not sufficiently
Clark, at present in France, admitted involving collective! bargaining. States to attend a national industrial and three employees an airplane I stressed, I believe In low cost rations, is

he had asked Butler "to use his conference in New York on December company were instantly killed when that cheap foods can be made palatableand

5 to draft "constructive recommenda.tions" their. aluminum cabined plane crashed I Interesting. At home demonstration -
influence in favor of sound money and Is worried by the admitted '
r against inflation" but strongly denied FRANCE Germany has developed a for presentation to President !into the side of a fog-obscured mountain fairs, instead of prizes being givento

that he had sponsored a Fascist moremeat military air fleet of considerable size, Roosevelt about twenty miles from here. fancy dishes, they should be givento
addressed to the President The dead : the cook who the best
He declared he would take: ac- composed of .modern pursuit and bomb- In a petition can produce
and the National Econ :W. E. (Tommy) Thomas, veteran bean
tion for lihel airniiist any person ac- Ing planes and Gen. Victor Denain, congress or pea or potato soup, using only-

cusing him In snrli a connection.Murphy Frenchminister of air estimates that cmy league has presented a definite pilot and president of the Pacific Air- cheap materials. For instance a bit of

program for balancing the federal bud motive corporation, one of the largest bay leaf and rutabaga added to pea
and other Wall street men by January the relch will, have from
said the get in the coming fiscal year, holding flying service companies on the coast. soup gives It distinction. Onions are-
story was absolutely false 1.000 to 1,100 of these machines swifter '
that only by balancing the budget can Roy W. Kidd, foreman of the cor- cheap and give good seasoning. A
unutterably ridiculous and Mac and better than those possessed by ).
sustained national recovery be accom- (lora tion's motor shop. writer commentator, discussing present ({
Guire, after being heard by the McCormack France. Consequently he has asked the t.
plished. The petition proposes heavy F. W. Mathews, assistant to Kidd. living conditions In Europe, stated that J"--
: committee, said: "It's a jokea chamber of deputies for about $230-
reductions In government expendituresand Dorothy Benham, telephone op'erator the Germans lived better on the same-
publicity stunt. I know nothing 000.000 to finance a program for recovering -
additional taxes totaling $935,000- for the concern.Mysterious food expenditure than the English did,
about it. The
matter Is
made out of the ground lost by French
000. because the German women made their
whole cloth. I deny the story complete- aviation. The task is already under
food taste good.A .
ly. way, $32..r: >00.000 having: been spent'out WarshipsSeen
for modernization. so pleasing to the industrialistswere food that should be used much.
of an appropriation N'
the two speeches the President Off Norway more frequently is whole wheat grains.
,1 CO FAR, as the great steel In.lustry't'
is delivered during his inspection of Berlevaag, Xorwa '.-The mystery of I Whole wheat offers one of our cheapest -
it appears that the R. WILSON, American am-
Industrial HUGH the Tennessee valley project, for If his "ghost" airplanes and ships at sea deep- best balanced foods. -
truce asked;; by President to Switzerland laid be-
; Rousevelt cannot be arranged, 'and the conference in predictions are borne out his "revolution" ened when it was reported two warships Slow boiling over a low fire for six
t' fore the disarmament
will bring !about the death of private not Norwegian were observe)- wheat The-
: prospect of a strike of the steel work- Geneva a proposal by the United hours will cook grains.
: ers Is growing. enterprise in the power industry"At irom the outermost islands In the Arc cooked cereal contains starch, which-
international control of
States Tupelo, Miss., he declared himself
Iq behalf of the United States tic ocean to the north Is fuel ; protein, a tissue builder; some-
Steel nns' traffic and full publicity to prevent for
flatly public ownership of public
The ships were reported moving vitamins. The fats and vitamins -
fats and
corporation, a proposal. was made to secret arming of nations. The utilities saying: "What
.' you are westward four miles off shore and were .
in the of the _
the American are germ gran '
Federation of Labor that well received mostof
proposal was by here is going to be copied in
every believed to have had some connectionwith to four times Its volume-
r Wheat swells
recognition that
organization would the delegates, and it will be studiedby state in the Union before we arethrough"
: be mysterious airplanes, and wireless after boiling. When you boil the
granted, but that
no contract would committees In January.By ; the allusion being to the
be made. signals were heard over the wholeof wheat add to It eight times as much-
This ,
proposal, it was said, the American plan each govern- fact that Tupelo has contracted for
J' would be agreed to by 85 Norway. water, and never pour off excess
per cent of ment would license Its manufacturersof TV A powEr.In : .
the steel Industry. munitions for five year periods. No The Norwegian general staff orderedan liquid ; boil it Into the grains.
Birmingham the President said : investigation of the "ghost" airplane pound'of wheat grains contains
The labor
spokesmen, led William stocks would be allowed
by reserve and that few
"I am aware a of your citizenry the northern of'cooked. '
reported over .
repeatedly Each
Green, president ot the A. F of L., rejected manufacturers would be required to are leaving no stone unturned to I l.COO calories. cup
areas of Norway and Sweden. 200 calories
the II wheat contains or body
on the ground that bona fide orders before
.. present receiv- block and harass and delay this great
; it was hedged about in such a way to ing a license. Details of war vessels:: national program. I am confident energy producing units, In addition to-

permit collective bargaining nations would Death Threats Reach a well-balanced starch, protein sal! "'
with mInorIty built for other hnto however, that these obstructionist's few : g ','
vitamin content. Whole milk :,i.:;
F groups or company ur'ns, and be reported. Reports of .licenses I and in number In comparison with the Two Grand JurorsLos and ;
;. that the employers were still unwilling orders would be turned over to a cen- whole population, do not reflect the cream, or condensed milk and sugar _.

to accept the )principle of majority rule tral committee at Geneva and madea views of the overwhelming majority. Angeles, C'alif.-Death threats can be, added for goodness and to in j'i.;

as set forth national two members of the county grand crease the food value. :
Injthe labor relatIons matter of public record. A permanent "I know, too, that the overwhelm tQ .
bonrd's*-declsion in the Iloude commission, including a member ing majority of your business men, big jury and warnings; to three others to A person could live on whole wheat, ti;t
case. caused armed and milk for a long time, with the ad,1
from each signatory nation, wouldbe and little; are In hearty accord with "watch their step, "-.,
If a rupture comes the Federationof empowered to investigate transac- the great undertaking of regional plan guards to be furnished the Jurors by dition of onions, potatoes and tomatoes ;

Labor may find the federal govern- tions. ning now being carried forward." the police and sheriff's office. to combat scuny.: Children 'would

need cod liver oil to prevent rickets. '

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THE, CLEWISTON NEWS. Friday, December 7, 1934

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By PETER B. KYNE ,-d..')?

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SYNOPSIS obeying the magistrate, he was adjudged possession" Penelope,' he wou'ld. see through. She wept the day she real- 'j

R guilty of contempt of court, his to: it that she should never know unhappiness ized if she drew another day's salaryas f : 1

Theodore Gatlin decides to adopt a bond of a thousand dollars forfeited,' again, If any; effort of his his nurse, she would be accepting

baby In a final effort to solve his matri- and he was sentenced to thirty days in could prevent It. He was worthy; halfa money under false pretenses, ; and she When Doing Fine Sewing I

monial troubles. the: county jail. Mrs. Gatlin preferred million dollars-half In cash and the wept on two counts. First, because she fine '
When doing '
sewing your hands
a charge of kidnaping against him, remainder In real estate that was rapIdly was leaving Stephen and second, because must be' kept absolutely free from ;, [

CHAPTER I-Continued which is, a felony, and since Mr., Gatlin appreciating In value. He could Stephen's'father Insisted on being perspiration, but women find it

knew he would be tried on that charge afford to retire. They would go somewhere too grateful for her services. some .
I 2 this difficult In order to be sure
when he emerged from jail he Improved and lose themselves. here [Is reward due you, Miss '

She was a pretty child, of olive com the shining hours by swearing En route to the s.tatIon-the first leg Lanning," he told her, "over and beyond that they stay dry and clean; make __':1
solution of alum and "
a water.
Dip ,
plexion, with very dark blue eyes and to: a warrant charging Mrs. Gatlin of his journey-the automobile, In whichhe the trifling remuneration given I ;:
hands Into this before : .
rich, shiny, jet black: hair. She was with insanity. Promptly she was was\\ riding was struck by anothercar 'ou [In exchange. for your devoted your starting'to
sew. Dry then thoroughly and '
unusually intelligent and affectionate, brought before a board of alienists who and, turned over. Mr. Gatlin was services. That's a debt Steve and [ .

of quick sympathy and Inning, gracious declared her sane, and in order to thrown 'lout and suffered a basal' frac- can never repay, but the boy thinks we 'them you will have no trouble in keeping I':
ways. She bras the apple of Mr. avoId Investigation into Mr. Gatlin's ture of the skull: from which he died ought to make a pretense at paymentand dry. .

Gatlin's eye, and by the time she leas barge that she was denying Penelope six hours later. so do I." And he opened her THE HOUSEWIFE.

ten years old he no longer cared a medical attention, she turned her house ----:. handbag and slipped an envelope In,it Copyright WNU by Public Service.Ledger, Inc. -' ".. :

'snap of his finger for his wife. over to an agent and disappeared. CHAPTER II 1 When she got back: to the nurses' : :

If' Penelope was Mr. Gatlin's refuge, with Penelope. home, where she' lived between calls, Millions of Cars Junked -

he also was bers. She never complained From his cell In the county Jail, Mr. she discovered he had given her five Fifteen million automobiles have
Stephen Burt, M. D., was the of -:
to him-doubtless because she Gatlin issued orders to hIs attorneysto whose thousand dollars Young-Stephen had ,been junked in the United States 'I"
man waiting room always would
, feared her foster mother, who had succeeded find Penelope and take legal stepsto have been crowded, even If he had already given her his photograph, indorsed since 1930-and about a fifth of that .- '

[In Inculcating In the child a prevent his ex-wife from removingher not : "To my dear Lanny, with love number were manufactured prior to .:..',
been one quarter as capable as his colleagues "
duty complex quite out of proportion again beyond the jurisdiction of from Steve.
1027. But in spite of this there '
knew him to be. He re- '
to the lady's deserts. Nevertheless It the court that had'granted their di was a Nursing [is the most personal and Impersonal .
main in
, of sweet simplicity absolute hon use some 9,000,000 automo- .
man .
understood between them that profession[ the world. Lan-
was they vorce. A diligent search of three biles which .
are more than .
and overwhelming In seven
'Lv? were a pair of outlaws ; mutual sym months failed of its object, so Mr. Gat- esty the sympathy ; ny never expected to see Stephen Burt years old. The life of the :.I
short, he possessed Ideal personalIty average
.1"' pathy drew them closer together each lin neglected to deposit any alimony to again, but she sent him at Christmas a
for a successful physician. automobile of 1934 Is' estimated at .,
: day ; their mutual' love was a sweet hIs ex-wife's credit. He knew she four-ounce Fairy fishing rod fromIlardy's. I '
eight as to
Miss Lanning was his' office nurse. years, an average .
in London. It her
t and holy sentiment cost amonth's
could well without the
1 manage very of seven in 10_D. Since .
f In training schools for> nurses-at leastIt I years .. ,
Gatlin's wages. She knew his father
Mr. nerves did not improve alimony. But he also knew Louise. "
1930 total of about 10 _
was so [In the hospital where Miss a: 00.OOO new ,:
was fishing enthusiast and would
through 'the years, although when She would have what was coming to cars have been sold.
Lanning was trained-nurses and Interns
Penelope was ten years old, a wander her or know the reason why. ; probably inculcate the same enthusiasmIn J

ing evangelist came to town and commenced When six months had passed, Mr. Gat- develop the sort .democracy his boy. Steve had sent her roses 1MercolizedWax

o a furious campaign of conversion lin decided he had never been acquainted and comradeship which delights' In on her birthday ; and his love, by tele- .

and 'curing by prayer disease nicknames-and in dispensing with for graph, Christmas eve, together with anexqu'isite .
every with her, for she failed to make any
!that heir Mrs. mality. Quite early in her professional little watch to replace the ::!
,: flesh is to ; and \ demand upon him for her alimony; !
[ career, therefore, Miss Lanning
dollar timepiece she used to count
Gatlin became "converted. Thereafter -
hence he realized she preferred, by
became known as Lanny. She was a pulse beats. On New Year's
life for Mr. Gatlin and Penelope keeping Penelope from him, to cause day, a

became almost unbearable.In him the maximum of suffering rather not very good looking, capable, tre- year later, he made a formal call and

mendously Intelligent, forceful, driving she was out on a case so the day she
moment of Insane: Mr. Gat-
a fury, than reveal her whereabouts by makingWhen .
person, exactly the type that would Inevitably
fin performed what he considered a was relieved she called upon him.

become an old maid. "Hello, Lanny," he said-and. kissed
long neglected duty. He took ,Mrs. Gatt .
When Lanny was thirty old :
lin's classical countenance in both years her.i'l wanted to see you to get some .',

. t L hands,. bumped her head repeatedly and Stephen Burt was sixteen, she had advice. Do you think, Lanny, that I'd : ::1
him for a patient. He bad measles. '
t_ against the wall and told her that if d make a half decent doctor?" .-'-
"What. a nice, well-mannered boy !I" she ,
., _she ever opened her mouth again in "God made you for a doctor," Lanny jeeps Sk'n Young ,
the first she had him.
thought day .J
I his presence without his permission assured him. "You'll not have to be ';
Absorb blemishes and discoloration using ,
"What dear lad !I" she reflected the
.. he'd just about kill her. .She didn't. a more' than a mediocre doctor to be Mcrcolized Wax daily as directed. Invisible ;
1 second day. "What a good, kind, of skin freed and
con- all
1 born particles aged are
She sued him for divorce and had financially successful. You were
defects such blackheads, freckles and
siderate patient !I" she exclaimed to the as tan,
-' Penelope on the witness stand to prove /: IIIy with the Ideal personality. largo pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully
1F doctor on -the third day. "He must clear, velvety and so soft-face looks :
that Mr. Gatlin had beaten her ; that "Thanks, Lanny. I want to be a doc- years Mercolizcd Wax brings out
have had sweet sensible mother.
a ,
he had remained away from home until tor, but I want to be a good one, too, your bidden beauty.At all leading druggists. : : \

late at night and refused to reveal his "Perhaps," the doctor had replied. so you tell me what I am to do about I Powdered Saxolite; i
"1 never knew her and neither did the I Reduces wrinkles and other age-signs. SimI
rendezvous. Mr. Gatlin entered a cross- [It I've from
Just graduated high I dissolve I ,
ply Sazolito io
'He's one ounce naif-pint ..
She died at his birth.
complaint and petitioned to have Penelope boj. man- school. Made the .honor roll," he con- I witch hazel end use daily as face lotion* |
allocated to him. raised. His father [Is an old. friend and fided
shyly. ..
of mine '
Unfortunately the judge was a pudding patient "How far up the honor roll?" Lan
DIG IJ. flAW"N@B )
"Has he ? Even then
ding-had. He refused to accept Ir.Gatlin's a stepmother ny's query had almost a fierce qualityIn
t j %. laid'hands Lanny realized she would be a victimof For Men and Women who ,vilrIearn :
explanation that he had [It t? : '
of Jealousy if the doctor BEAUTY CULTURE or MEN'S BARBERING. (
a pang answered "
on' Mrs. Gatlin but once, and "Number one. .
In the affirmative for Let MOLER SYSTEM give you a real start
that only in a moment of frenzy. But alreadythe _"And you were out of school two I in life. Earn while you learn. Write today
boy had aroused her maternal Instinct for our FREE booklet No. 40 W. and learn
he did not state where he had been In months of your last term. I'm proudof
She was relieved to learn that'' how we can help you to a good paying position -
the habit of spending his evenings so you, Stevie." or a business of your own. Write
: his father had foisted no such trial MOLER SYSTEM, 431 Peachtre St., Atlanta, Ca.
suspiciously. He couldn't afford to. He "Where shall I go to college, Lanny?

was a prominent business man. However upon the boy. "Where do you Intend to practice L
On the fourth day of his illness she
., the judge should have known. when you're a doctor, Stevie?"
called him "dearie." On the fifth day Mouth Cle, PLATES
I Probably be did, but even GO he was "Right here, In San Francisco."
'\ when she him castor oil he .
.;' unsympathetic. He granted Mrs. Gat proffered "In that event you should attend a t t .:i, By Mail
rebelled but when said "Now
! ': lin the divorce, liberal alimony! and the t. ; Lanny : local university. You'll go to Stan
'. ." darling, I'll feel bad [If you refuse, to j
custody of Penelope ; whereupon the ford university Lanny decided. "If s Roofless
f ,: honorable' court was treated to the obey me, the boy had been instan't1ycontrite. you graduate with honor there you're t

;: .,',., spectacle of Mr. Gatlin and Penelope bound to get an interneship in Stan- 1 } Full. $10.00

;;. weeping in each other's arms. However I "I'm sorry, Lanny," he apologized."I'm ford University hospital. About two You take
I II to And then your
[,?'" :: Mr. Gatlin, was permitted to have I a pig oppose you. years of that and you'll; know what you

::.1..,: Penelope' to himself two Sunday after- he groaned and took It-and Lanny want to specialize In, so off you'll g(' plaster the same as a
'; > Mr. Gatlin Gazed Upon the kissed him and wanted to dentist does.
:. weep over
::: noons in each month and one-half of for a post-graduate course [In Berlin

:::.*::, each school'vacation.. Photograph, He Wept. him because he was such a dear and Vienna and London for four years. Send$2.00 for "Impression Bite Box" ,4"

:;../: ;... The first Sunday afternoon Mr. Gati0r. a claim for the alimony due her. A hadn't any mother-not even/a step Then you'll return and I'll be'your Money returned if you are not
mother I
.::.'. lin availed himself of this privilege, his year and a day from the date of the office nurse and manager. How's that satisfied when you examine it.

t:{ ..'. quondam spouse had hysterics, for with granting of her interlocutory degree, her t "Lanny, he said to her on the for a program?"

:;:-. the malevolence of a devil Mr.; Gatlin attorneys petitioned for the final decree seventh day, "do you know I love you a "Just dandy Lanny. MIAMI DENTISTS

I .:;' ::... announced he was taking Penelope to ; which was granted. Mr. Gatlin lot? I wish dad would marry you,"so "It means ten years of grind, StevIe, 219 Shoreland Bldg.,Miami,Fla.Reference .
: could be with all the time. '
,', a ball game. He took her, too, ands thereupon discovered she was living in you me but don't let time frighten you," she : First No/fono/Donk, Miami "

,: '.'. ,..: they had a gorgeous time together until Paris. Lanny's heart swelled with the warned anxiously. "Once you know

:. home sailed Into poignant grief of her baffled maternity and know that
I a run the bleachers This what you know you
news brought him no comfort. Root of
that honest avowal.On Happiness .
at. boyish :;
, and struck Penelope violently on She > know it, others will not be long dIscov-
was beyond reach of United States
the he Happiness does not come from
eighth day
t her pretty little nose. Mr. Gatlin, with law. However he had detectives place developed ering it also, and you'll be years aheadof .
what we have It comes'from what .j
r unconscious form in his arms, fled her double pneumonia, as ,a sequel to the the half-baked medical dunces this '

I > to a hospital, where he was foolish under surveillance.alone They reportedher measles. He almost died-and so did medical world is cursed with." we enjoy.
1 as living so Mr. Gatlin con-
\ to Mrs. Gatlin Lanny. The doctor swore-and so didStephen's immensely by takingher
f enough telephone what cluded she had placed Penelope In a He flattered her
! s had occurred. She appeared on the school. father-that nothing but to luncheon and the matinee.

: [ scene and carried Penelope home at Lanny's devoted nursing brought him TO BE CONTINUED,
:1 One day the detective agency sent
s LJiJ1JJMLiUnthot.
" once.Mr. him a very good:: snapshot of a little
Gatlin knew, what she was up !
.;. girl and asked him If this was the .
: to: She was going to cure Penelope's
child he was seeking. The agency wa'sunable Old Gases Used in Warfare Discarded;
fractured nose by faith-and he had

'" no faith in such therapy. He followed to recognize in her the originalof Trained Troops Found to Suffer Less Yut wn do Iefu ate.
< the photographs he had sent them. t0 o the mlston.noterelieVea
'., with a doctor, demanding .at the front iced r
When Mr. Gatlin 'gazed that \ b
door to be admitted-a request which upon ,
.- photograph, he wept. Mrs. Gatlin's Chlorine and phosgene, which were 1 died. Casualties from other weapons-
So he
was ignored kicked! In the
panels of the front door, which he had faith cure, as he had suspected It the ear Iest gases used In the war, appear -I the kind that would be retained by the -

,J would, had proved wholly [ineffective. to be virtually discarded. With I "humanitarians"-totaled 1,008,810. Of
no business to do because It was no
:, '. longer his, Mrs. Gatlin having acquired In his agony, the words of the poem the respiratory system fully protected, these, 700,137, or 30.6, died.-Detroit

., It in the property settlement. Thereupon came back to him, : they do no harm to the skin and thus Free Press."Troughs".

'.._r she summoned the police by telephone produce no casualties. The answer to
And ther'somewhere
you, my sweet. Penelope, out
Liberal Commission Paid
:... .: and had him arrested, and the you wait, for me, these, as with all toxic agents where Protect Trees

next morning he was tried, found guilty With buds of roses In your hair and protective devices are provided, lies in Boards fastened together In a trough- .WANTED A MAN FAMILIAR WITH
benefit paying lodges to organize in his
kisses mouth.
oh your and
and placed under bond of a thousand ; knowledge discipline. Well-trained like manner' may be seen around the home town or vicinity,a lodge of the Improved .
N-: dollars to remain from the troops will suffer fewer losses than Order of Red Men, the oldest
away place of trees.
He sold his retail shoe business and trunks carefully purely American beneficial order.Address

-: for one year. placed all of his assets In a trust fund, Soldiers partly trained' In gas defense, These vertical "troughs" always are on H. F.STETSER,National Secretory

f'r; He didn't do It, because he knew the income to be paid ,to him during which Is another argument for contin- the south side of the tree trunks. Theyare 1521 W. Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.

,what would happen to Penelope If he his lifetime and to Penelope after his ued preparedness In this field of war used only when the tree has been

did. And he could afford a thousand death. He saved out of this trust fare. transplanted, to insure successful

dollars-fifty thousand dollars If need fund, however, ten thousand dollars, Studies of war casualties give chemical growth by protecting It from oelng DUTCII 100. BULB TULIP IMPORTER.BULBS. Any 1v.tf&IiSCHNER color. JS,SS

.J- be-to prevent that! Ue attacked with which he purchased a letter ol' [ warfare advocates all the best of blistered. by the sun. When a large per 43 May St., New Rochelle, N. Y. -

.;' within twenty-four hours-at night, but credit and a ticket to Cherbourg. It in arguments with those who would tree is moved, If the transplanter is

-he was quiet about It, He rememberedhe In the Interim Mr. Gatlin's detectives bar this weapon as "Inhumane." Take not careful to reset It in 'the same direction ; Pansy Vlants. World's largest and most

had never surrendered his latch had ascertained that Penelope the figures for the British army,. In which It stood originally, the beautiful Htraln. MIxed colors, 100 plants
prepaid '1. C.C. Bre&ce. Florlst.Delaware.O.
,?r. key, so be entered quietly and kid was in a school in Switzerland ;; he against which the first gas attacks tree often will suffer from the effects

naped Penelope. planned to go to that school, abduct were made and which? In consequence, of the sun's rays on'the side which

.. Within two hours he was arrested Penelope and-his plans were a trifle suffered most in proportion., It had a previously was sheltered. Experts who no"BLes B battery.ronn Marvelous Radio" 19.05.tone.. Requires"Solter'n

h en route to a San Francisco' hospita hazy, but he Intended to mature them total of 180,981 casualties from gas. desire to take no' chances frequently Radio. 103-50 N. 7th SUMinncmwlls. Minn.I .

In a motor car.with Penelope. For dist alt he crossed the Atlantic. Once In Of these, 6,062 or only 3.3 per cent, resort to the board protectory I


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2 &. W. Larson 122 Alonzo Ray 242 Fred B. Puryear
The Clewiston News 3 Mrs. Vivian Clark 123 Ulla Jacobsen I' 243 Geo. S. Smith
Public Forum 4 Mary W. Small ti 124 R. G. Nelson 244 Laura Burkett
5 Mrs. G. W. Larson 125 R. M. Hare 245 Mrs. Geo. Prevatt
'Published every Friday in Clewiston, 6 J. R. Small 126 Robert G. George 246 Mrs. Will Simmons
7 J. E Beardsley 127 w. B. HInkle 247 Will Simmons
Florida, by, the CLEWISTON NEWS, 8 Lucille Downs 128- Mrs Robert George 248 C. O Robert
Inc. Philadelphia, Penn., 9 C. L. Downs 129 G. R. O'Connell 249 T. F. Christman
,10 N. D. Bledsoe 130 Thelma Griffin 250 W. H. Christian
Nov. 27, 11 Evelyn J. Shelley 131 Joe Griffin 251 Laura Christian

Bowden, Editor MKeathley r. Keathley Bowden, Editor, 12 R. C. Nowling \. 132 W. H. Rfchardson 252 E. B. Butler
13 C. E. Nail
'- 133 Ellsha Johnson 253 Gratton George
Dear Sir: 14 Chas. E. Lear 134 C. M. Baker 254 A. B. Scott
Please find my check for $2.00 to 15 C. Cruze 135 D. W. Bishop 255 F. H. Moltz
; Entered as second class mail matter 16 K. Bowden 136 A. W. Lawrence 256 L N. Giles .
1, 1927, at the Post pay up for the year. I like to look 17 J. B. Hawkins 137 A. P. Berry 257 H. C. Collins ,
18 T. C.
138 Walter M. Gravely 258 Peter Chagaris
the News. it is quite Interesting.
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under over 19 O E. Tyler 139 M. L. Arnold 259 Chas. Christian
Why don't you give a little spaceto 20 Gus Van De Veldey 140 Lilian Barrett 260 George Warren "
the Act of March 3, 1897. 21 Chas. S. Avant .
141 Nellie Thomas 261 B. B. Busch
News. No doubtit
the Real Estate
22 Van H. Cothern
142 Leslie Thomas 262 T. E. CusIck
rate $2.00 per year. is dead the same as most places 23 W. R. Yoeman. 143 W. W. Hooks 263 G HInes
Subscription 24 J. E. Niblack
144 Marcia Avant 264 A. G. Ivey
application. When a home is built,or sold you '
Advertising rates on 25 Birchard DuBose 145 Thomas M. Gomez 205 L. F. Padgett
generally say "Bill Jones has finished 26 H. R. Hall 146 F. F. Knowles 266 Bennett Edwards
27 G. B. Rackstraw 267 C. H. Berner
Devoted to the advancement and his home and expects to move in 28 G. T. Echols 148 147 A.Marvin A. Munroe Walton 268 I. A. McGehee

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry soon. It is next to John Smith Cot- 29 Mrs. G. T. Echols 149 Carl R. Freedlund 269 Bert Turner
30 Mrs. Thos. B Shelley 270 D. B. Allen
150 W. R. Broadrick
_Count} tage." Why not state block and 31 B. E. Nail. Jr. 151 W. C. Hooker 271 L. C, Redish
number of these new cottages the 32 J. H. Pressly 152 Harold Johnson 272 James Wynn
33 D. E. Smith 153 Sam Blaunt 273 C. M. Swindle
same as stated when the govern- 34 Will Larramore 154 J. E. Barker 274 John C. Swindle
35 Lewis Holton 155 J. 275 Rosa Lee Allen
HELPFUL CRITICISMWe : ment built? L. Brantley
J 36 D. H. Canner 156 Mrs. J. L. Brantley 276 Eula Mae Collins
Yours truly, 37 Fred WhIdden 157 Oliver S. Williams We the undersigned certify that the
are reproducing in our Open Joseph W. Smith. 38 E. E. Kelly 158 W. L Wilson above names is their signature
39 G. E. Etherton B. E. NALL. Sr.
159 J. F
Forum column l in this issue a letter 40. .
L. E. Prichard 160 M. N. Geiger E. B. BUTLER
received this week from a Philadel- 41 L. L. Lowe :. 161 Nathan Terrell GRATTON GEORGEA.
Miss Lucile Hampton returned tc 42 Chas. Darcy J<. 162 G. H. Small B. SCOTTA.
phia subscriber. We are calling attention her duties in the local school Monday 43 Annie Darcy ; : .. 163 W. J. Godfrey V. NALL
to it here because it containsa 44 Dorothy Brown 1 ;', 164 Neal Williamson Sworn to and subscribed before me
found after spending the Thanksgivin 45 John K. Mowry : 165 H. C. Avant this third day of December, A. D.,

suggestion that we have 'holidays with her sister Miss Aiabe'Hampton. 46 W. H. McCracken .:;. 166 John Seger .I 1934.
helpful and we want all our readersto I 47 Henry Chappell _. A" 167 John Lucoa (Seal) G. H. SMALL
who is a student in the 48 Jack Tarver ',?r.JJ,' 168 C. F. Schlffll .. Justice of the Peace

know that we appreciate such Florida State Womans College ir 49 M. C. Varnadoc ;.; .', 169 M E. Yenawine ,;: 1st, dist., Hendry County Fla.
50 R. R. Embrey '.'f"' 170 O. A. Jones
suggestions. ;
Tallahassee. Miss Hampton also visIted 51 J. L. Varnadoe \:':; ; 171 C. J. Johnson k?
Mr. Smith suggests that it would 'I her parents in LaBelle. 52 W. H. Adams '>; '; 172 Carl E. Johnson '. ..
: :
53 C. F. Mountain lt'
'subscribersto 173 R. Rosenberg ( :
help many out-of-town 54 H. C. Jones v,' 174 Lawson P. Jones IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

the News if we would give lot and 9oooi 55 T. H. Jones ,.r 175 Effle Mathis '," TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
D. Tanner .
block numbers when we give real 57 Onzelo 176 Ray McIntosh ;" FLORIDA IN AND FOR HENDRY
Anderson --. .
CONSTRUCTED HERE IN 1934 : 177 Frances M. Small
estate news-such as stories of 58 J. D. Henderson D- 178 Howard H. Jones :-' COUNTYIN
59 James P. Percy.;:; '. 179 M. Cretchlos CHANCERY
new homes or business buildings. (Continued from page 1) 60 James Harris. <;,'..," 180 R. J. Blount .. .-
, Mr. Smith owns eight lots in the 61 James P. Harris 181 :Mrs. Vivian Smith : --
I Association, stucco and reroofing 3 62 A P. Wynn v" 182 Jewell Russell
":- city of Clewiston and he would nat- 63 H. T. Vaughn CENTRAL FARMERS' ) ...,
residences on lots.2, 5, and 16, block V:. ,:. V 183 Laura Matteson ; ".
urally like to know if anyone' 64 R. G. Simpson 184 T. E. Hamilton TRUST COMPANY, )
172 65 G. B. Thomas ,-. r '
185 C. W. McDonald ', l
:'. these new buildings are located near 66 L. N. Giles 'r a corporation, as Trustee, ) -
r', his lots. $700-Tom Toulis, lunchroom, 67 I. M. Prevatt .vs 186 187 R. L. Guthrie V Plaintiff,. )

lots 14 and 15, block 378. 68 L. H. Schuck' '* .','.. 188 Thos.R..H. B.Knight Shelley v. )

L" We appreciate Mr.' Smith's sug- $400-Remodelling 2 apartments, 69 Roy Alston .;\r: ., 189 M: W. Bigg THE SOUTHERN ) E
70 H. C. Kolstad :' -, .. 190 L. M. St. Martin ",
: gestion, and will try to follow it Sagamore Court, lots 2 and 3, block 71 Francis Stokes : :*<. 191 R. L. Coker Jr. SUGAR COMPANY, )

V' carefully in the future. We hope it 369. 72 A. O. Ward -.V.,.' ."I, 192 C. Nowllng a corporation, et al, )
:; will be to him and to other 73 R. L. Marshall ., 193 W. M. Redelsheimer
a help $50-Clewiston, Home Building 74 D. A. McGeachy : I 194 S. Crochet Defendants. )
j. subscribers who are similarly situ- Association, apartment rear lot 4, 75 G. F. Terrell 'a, -- 195 Chas. F. Trainor ; (ORDER FOR CONSTRUCTIVE
M. D.
Royals J
j. 196 M. Peterson
ated. block 369. 77 E. C. Mills J 197 Mrs. D. A. McGeachy
't' 78 D. I Affidavit for constructive ''service
A. Olden .
198 G. L. Cantrell
r Incidentally because the Present construction includes
sugges underway ,
79 J. Cato 199 -
H. J.
Oglesby having been filed as required by
tion is a 'particularly helpful one, : 80 Fred Hendricksen 200 Urey Waldron
81 Geo. W. Caldwell 201 F. R. law,
: Maxwell
r we are preparing an article descriptive Mrs. Lois duplex .
$2175.- Ayers, 82
G. T. Tidwell .' 202 Mrs. F. R. Maxwell IT IS ORDERED that the defend-
t; of the progress of Clewiston during apartment, lot 13, block 371. 83 K. C. Hooks -, / 203 W. F. Mountain
84 Joe L Rutland 204 Mrs. Fred Chrlstman ants, W. R. Strickland, B. B. Dale,
: the past twelve months. We expect L. N. Holdsworthand >
$2000-Mrs. 85 R. H. Burt' :("'. 205 B. E. Nail. Sr.
N. L. H.
Mosley R. Strickland, S.
to list every bit of construction associates. store building, lots 86 O. P. Galloway 205 H. L. Davis
-.- ..... 87 D. Whittington .; 207 Fred Henrlksen Davis and Mrs. S. H. Davis, his wife,
in the city during that time, and .13 to 17, block 385.. 88 Dave Alston h,." 208 Agnes Henriksen C. E. Parker and E. F. Spencer, do

r r we are giving the legal description $700-Jack Roan, lunchroom, lot 90 89 J.W.P.W.Waller King .1- : 209 210 Clara Marion M.F.BroaoMck Leydig appear upon the Rule Day in Janu-

: of the property involved. 21, block 377. 91 A. L. McMillan *.'-.:.-. 211 Mrs. L. L. Spicer ary, 1935, the same being the 7th

. On rare occasions someone tries $3500-M. H. Crouch, residence, __ 92 T. J. Geiger 212 J. D. Duke day of January 1935, to the bill of
93 213 A. F. Goodman
Ralph O'Neal
to tell an'editor how to run a newspaper lot 15, and W 1-2 of 16, block 168. 94 Anthony McCarthy 214 F. Durrance complaint filed in this cause to fore-

( and the advice is not always $3200-C. F. Goodman, residence, 95 Lewis Beckman 215 A. W. Slas close a certain mortgage or deed of
216 G. W.
t appreciated. However, no one appre- lot 15, block 169. 96 97 R.Henry B. Waldron HInson 217 Roy Caldwell Frealy trust; else the allegations of said

:", ciates suggestions more than a newspaperman 98 Mrs. R. B. Waldron 218 I. R. Holland bill will be taken as confessed by
99 Mrs. E. D. Bennett 219 Mrs._R. L. Guthrie said defendants.IT .
t.y : It is a matter of pride to 100 P. F. Richard 220 M. E, VonMach
I 101 221 Mary L. Von Mach
Mrs. H. L. Davis
us that people are sufficiently inter NOTICE
s 102 Mrs. L. L. Lowe .. 222 G. L. Espenlaub this order be published once a week

'y' ,' ested in the Clewiston News, ounewspaper r I 103 Chas. N. Williams 223 W. H. Swafford .. .." for four consecutive weeks in The

h. and your newspaper, to I The; ,annual meeting of the .stock 105 104 T.Mrs.H.Urey Stone Waldron 224 225 Mrs.Floyd G.Mills L. Cantrell Clewiston News, a newspaper pub-

;;,: want to improve il, and to'give the holders of First Bank of Clewistonwill 106 Allen Baxley 226 Mrs. Floyd S. Mills lished in Hendry County, Florida.

\ matter enough thought to make be held in the office 107 W. A. Scott 227 A. Hall
of the baul 103 W. A. Scott. Jr. 228 B. Scott DONE AND ORDERED at La-

E helpful suggestions. at Clewiston, Hendry County, Florida 109 Joe Scott 229 'T. M. Douglas Belle, Florida, this 28th day of No-
110 H. A. Hemmlngsen 230 L. H. Johnson
", Thank you, Mr. Smith We appreciate Thursday, January 3rd, 1935 at 111 A. V. Nail 231 Fred Toppin vember, 1934.

:. your interest and will appreciate Eight O'clock P. M. The purpose of 112 Clement L. Nail 232 N. E. Ivey (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,

:S similarly courteous suggestionsi the will be 113 Mrs. Clement L. Nall 233 W. M. Wlandt : said J
i' : meeting for the electior 114 J. C. Wlandt 234 C. Poore .. Clerk of Court.

\:.'. from any reader. of officers and such other businessas 115 116 C.Mrs.J. Leiter 235 E. B. Bethea EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER,
J. G. Wiandt 236 T. E. Mathews
may properly come before the 117 Frank Jacobs 237 J. Laurens 1st National Bank Bldg.,

? P.-T. A. MEETS NEXT WEEK meeting. 113 Arthur Scott 238 Mrs. Iris M. Bethea Miami, FloridaSOLICITORS
119 Ella Scott 239 Dr. J. W. Ezelle
ELBERT L. STEWART, 120 T. C. Lang 240 E.' A. Nowllng FOR PLAINTIFF.No. .

;: Mrs. Elta Prewitt, president off Cashier.No. 121 Eula Smith I 241 Boncell Stone t. 47.-Nov. 30, :Dec. 7,14-21.

: the ;Parent-Teachers Association announces 48-Dec. 81t. =

; I' that the December meeting

..:': will ,be held at the school buildingnext

Friday, December 14th instead NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMIT -

of the regular meeting date which BEER TO SELL LIQUORS, WINES AND U

falls on, tlie 21st. The change is .. ..

made because of the approaching filed WHEREAS.with the Clewiston Board of County Beer Parlor Commis-has _: Attractive Clewiston :
Small Cash ::
holidays. Visitors are cordially- sioners of Hendry County Florida an Payment ::

vited to attend. application for permit to sell liquors .. ..
wines and : :
beer In Election District No. ... ..
One of said County and State: :
Any citizen of such election district : Ot.
DEPUTY CLERK IX HOSPITAL may show cause If any there be. at the .:. 'i.
next regular meeting of said Board why ...
such permit should not be granted. .t. ..t...
Clewiston friends of
gill of LaBelle will be glad to learn Cerk Board of Countv Commissioners ... ..
of Hendry County Florida. .t. ...
that her
condition is satisfactory fol- (Seal) '.:. .i.

lowing a major'emergency operation .t. .:.
performed at the Fort Myers .:. ..t...
hospital the first of the week. FOR PERMIT ..
Miss Magill is deputy clerk in the DEER .'. ...

office of the clerk of circuit court ._ I : ..:. .i.
.:. WHEREAS. B. E. Nail has filed with .. ..t.
and her many friendly and helpful the Board of County Commissioners of .:. .:.

services are being greatly missed .Hendry County, Florida, an application .:. .:.
by ..
for permit to sell liquors wines and .: :
.I Clerk W. T. Hull and by those who beer In Election District No. One of .. ':- '

',V have business with the office. said County and State: :;: :: If.
Any citizen of such election district
: .. 1Ift.t
may show cause If any there be at the :.
., 0
next regular meeting of said Board why .:
such ,permit should not be granted. : .:0
.. .'

J .. / Clerk Board of Countv Commissioners ;
of Hendry County Florida. .
.....: Mr. and Mis. Sam D. Fuller anc (Seal) i r f .: "

:. their three children, who Li"
were recent i
visitors in Clewiston, were involved .:: :i:

an automobile accident at TO SELL LIQUORS, WINES AND ::

Douglas, Georgia, Sunday which resulted BEER -.. .:..

fatally for .:. :
Mr. Fuller
and ar i a ,.
WHEREAS. Fred Whidden has filed :
eleven year old daughter. Mrs. Ful- with the Board of County Commissioners -' .:. .:.
ler of Hendry County Florida an application : .:.
and another daughter and son for permit to sell liquors ::: :i:

Were seriously injured. wines and beer In Election District No. = s-V j 4L.v,. ... .2. .:. .
One of said County and State: .:.
The family! was enroute to their Any citizen of such election:: c.\strlct;; .:. ::::

home Fitzgerald, Georgia, after a may show cause. If any there be at the ot. :
next re-rular meeting' of said Board ..
r"- visit; with Mr. and Mrs R. Siglerin why such permit should not be granted. ; :::

Clewiston. Their automobile Isl' WILLIAM T. HULL : ::= .i..i.'i.
V said to have collided Clerk Board of County Commissioners :::
VV a of Hendry County Florida. .. .:.
(Seal) :

l' :; Pay The Balance Like Rent :_= :i= -

.. :
:'.' DIAMOND "

FOR COMING HALL: SCHEDULE WEEK The that following License to petition sell Liquors recommending In said- s; WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :);:: =i=

precinct has been filed
with the
t Tuesday--.-- Commissioners ida, Viz. of Hendry County County FiorI I _I: :s_: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :+;: A .; .

V Engineers vs. Sugar Corp. Clewiston. Florida s s

f. Friday We the DISTRICT undersigned NO.ouallfled ONE -mt/- Y Cewiston! Home vIding Association Ii

High' of Clewiston Hendry County Florida J
School vs. Engineers.. are In favor of permitting B. E. Nail B

Sugar. ; Corp. vs. Kiwanis to eoll Wines and Liquors at retail In t..i. PHONE 102
this district:
c.J SIGNED: :: :
1 F. O. Johnson ,
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A.,.:..:..:..:-:..:-.:-:..:-.:..:-:-:-:-:-:-.:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:,. W. O. Peters of Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. Homer Swindall MRS. C. E. MILLS HOSTESSAT Watches- Clocks,

.j has arrived in Clewiston and is con- spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. LADIES AID MEETINGThe Jewelry
r :J: Personal Mention :!:: nected with the U. S. Engineer of- Maurice Dart In Moore Haven. Rear or .

t, .!. .!. fice. Clewiston Drug. Company
...................... .. ..... Ladies Aid Society held its
r :-:-: :-:-:-: : : : : : : : : : : :-:-:-: :-: : : MKS. BOURNE ENTERTAINS December meeting yesterday afternoon Jewelry Repairing ti;

Jimmy Loftin spent the week-end Mrs. F. W. Wright, Mrs.M. W. WITH BRIDGE FRIDAY at the home of Mrs. C. E. W. H. MERRITT -

t, in LaBelle. Bigg, Mrs. F. D. Duff and, Mrs. F. E. Mills.Mrs.. ;:

' Bryant were shopping in Fort Myers Mrs. B. A. Bourne entertained I. D. Leydig and Mrs. Mark WATCHMAKER & JEWELER '::!
f't I. I'!. Lapp of Pahokee spent Sunday CLEWISTON FLORIDA
:t 'L [Friday. charmingly with an afternoon bridge I I Lawler made interesting talks on the ,

, 'in Clewis ton. party Friday at her home. | life of David. Mrs. A. V. Southard P. O. Box 521 ',;
" Mr. and Mrs.: C. E. Miner and Mr.
Mrs. M. E. VonMach received a and Mrs. D. Williams reported
: D. A. Sparks of Tampa was here and Mrs. M. H. Crouch were in West on
powder jar as holder of high score, the synodical of the Presbyterian ,
Palm Beach Saturday attending the
on business Monday. ; Mrs. D. G. Alston, holder of low Church held in West Palm Beach

dog races score was consoled with a box of recently. The New ;
Mrs. E. \V! Digges was a visitorin I :1i
lovely handkerchiefs.
Mrs. T. B. Those present at yesterday's meeting :
Mrs. J. J. Percy, Mrs. H. J. B. -
Moore Haven Friday. '
Shelley won a pretty tray as cut i included Mrs. CLEWISTON
J. E.
Scharnberg and Mrs. F. M. Rod- Beardsley, | WOOD ,. 4
r prize Mrs. M. R. Lawler Mrs. .
Wilfred 1.1
riguez were shopping in West Palm .
J. C. Berry of Pahokee was a business -
Beach Wednesday.B. : A delicious refreshment course Lockhart, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs.: C. YARD .
visitor here pesterday. ;
I was served to Mrs. D. G. Alston E. Mills, Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs. ..n

B. Vaughon, of Lakeland, has Mrs. F. M. Maxwell, Mrs. T. B. Shelley Gayle McFadden, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Phone: 336 '
A. Krasnow of New York City was, ..
r been transferred to Clewiston Jby the i iI Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs. J. W. Mrs. G. C. Poole. Mrs. I. M.

! a business visitor here Saturday. I A. C. L. Railway and is employedin Ezelle, Miss Ava Ezelle, Mrs. G. B. Pafford, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt,. Mrs. G.

I the local agent's office. Thomas, Mrs. R. A. Ballard, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. George Royal, Mrs.
Sam Clark of Bartow was in C. Poole, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs James Wynn, Mrs. Ivan VanHorn,

: I Clewiston on business this week. Miss' Inez Jones of Jacksonville is H. R. Hall and Mrs. George Terrell. Mrs.. A. V. Southard, Mrs. O. A. '"-:",

spending some time in Clewiston vis- Jones, Mrs. R. H. Collins, and Mrs. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON 9
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ewing were REQUEST
iting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and NANCY WRIGHT CELEBRATES A. H. Roberts. There were several
business in Miami Tuesday. 1
Mrs. Charles E. Williams. SIXTH BIRTHDAY TUESDAY visitors including Mrs. J. G. Niblack
who became
a member of the Soci-
K. S. McMullen of West Palm
.:' Miss Mae Lily Stone returned Little Nancy Wright celebratedher ety, Mrs. A. V. Hirsch and Mrs. Ted
week-end here. to Electrical :
.Beach, was a visitor Lakeland to business college Sunday sixth birthday Tuesday with a Daniels.DINNER. Gontractlng ,

party at which her mother, Mrs. F. PHONE 2121 .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner were after spending the Thanksgiving hol-
Wright entertained ,
visitors in Moore Haven yesterday. idays with relatives here. PAHOKEE FLORIDA
A fish pond where each girl fish-
O. E. Fisher of Miami spent a few Miss Bonceil Stone and Miss Mae Agent for r A
days transacting business here this Lily Stone, R. J. Lee and Foy Dur- ed for a present, all wrapped in Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg GENERAL ELECTRIC :13

week. rance-were guests of, friends in Fort Christmas packages, ,provided much entertained with a dinner party and REFRIGERATORS .:
Myers Thanksgiving evening. fun for the little guests. A contest bridge game Saturday evening. Dinner RANGES AND $

dressing clothes-pin dolls and many guests included Mr. and Mrs. APPLIANCES .. ;
Sidney Crochet was the guest of
: friends in Pahokee ThanksgivingDay. Miss Dorothy Blakely, and Miss out-door games were enjoyed. J. P. Percy: Mrs. Clyde R. Byrd,

Nell Swindall of Moore Haven "and The guests Included Jean,. Yena- Mrs. Elsie Cothern and John Lucca. ':

II1.r"I Miss Alyce Bush of Miami wine, Mary Louise Thomas,. Shirley Joining the guests for bridge in the
were visitors ... ...... .. .... .... ........... ... '. .
Robert Christopher has re- i in ,Clewiston Saturday. Ann Owen, Eleanor Percy, Peggy evening were Mr. and Mrs. R.: Y. : :-: : : : :-: :-: : : : : : : : : : :- :- : -:: '

Lawler, Grace Ward, Carolyn Selee, Patterson and Mr. and : ::: ,:
Mrs., H. A. ..
from a few days visit in Mi- : ,
i : New and Used r.
'Mrs. I R. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers was In Carolyn McDonald, Betty McDuffie, Bestor. ? .i. :
i Clewiston Gloria McDuffie, Rhunelle McGee- Mr. Bestor won high score for
yesterday attended a
; hee, Josephine Digges, Mary Ann Mr. ::: FURNITURE ::.
'R. W. Meguiar of Winter Haven meeting of the board of directors of Percy was awarded men's p
1 Jones, Carlene Berner Joan Crouch ..
prize. Ladles
high score -
the First
, was a business visitor here Wednes Bank of Clewiston last ? :
,1 day. night. Corinne VonMach, Fay Lou Mitchell was won by Mrs. Byrd and low y

I' J and Millie Bourne. score prize by Mrs. Percy. :
: -- BELLE GLADE f 2:
Birthday cake and ice cream were .
M. W. Lederer of Milwaukee is New A. C. L. employees who arrived _

spending some time in Clewiston\on from Lakeland this week for served. ; I:: FURNITURE COMPANY :f_

, business.Mr. a local assignment include P. G. Battle JIIt'* J..lJ., 'G OUSE I .
I A. L. Weaks. R. Q. Craig and A
+ Belle Glade Florida | :
I and Mrs. Paul Irons are vis- 1.1. H. Butler. Counselor and Attorney at Law : t<

;: iting in Miami today and will remain I The Ladies Aid Society is sponsoring -i Hopkins Building :.z.:: Next Door To Theatre..t.$ .'
a sale in Harlem
overnight. Miss Betty Spicer and Miss Roberta Wednesdays and Saturdays .:.. .i.; '';s.

George left Sunday for Miami Saturday, December 8th beginningat 9:30 to 4:00 :::. .. ... .. .......... .... ... .... .... ." .fY
2 o'clock. who : :-:-: :' : :-::-. .-. .":-. :-: : :-:-: : : ) .
Tax Collector F. A. Doughtery of where they are attending a business Anyone can con : ,.h
LaBelle college after tribute rummage can leave it with '
was transacting business spending several daysat

here Tuesday.Mr. their homes here. can Mrs. bring W. 'F.it Simpson to the Harlem, chairman Baptist, or .:..:..:..:..:_:_:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:................................................;......................................._.................._......_..II S ":::;r
.1 i ii:1
and Mrs. Paul Church Saturday afternoon. The
Rardin of Can- Mrs .H. A. Bestor and Mrs. R. Y. .
al Point spent Sunday visiting Patterson' drove to Gainesville Sun- be continued Monday if all stockis :.i:1: .?.. .'.(
friends i sold .
here. not
: Saturday.
day. Richard Bestor, Van Bush and t !Ij

Ed'ard returned with them to resume 1
Joe Rutland of LaBelle was a vis- their studies at the University.Miss LEGION. DANCE AT INX .TONIGHT j I :
' itor here a few days the latter part -- CLEWISTON 6OLFii

'l r. of the week. Ava Ezelle has returned to A dance Is being sponsored by the **

Alva where she is teaching school Clewiston American Legion Post : :

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Gibbens of after visiting her brother and sister- tonight at the Clewiston Inn. i :

r Canal Point were visitors in Clewl1 ::.- n-law, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelleere Admission charge Is for the bene- COURSE I

1 't !. '.ton Sunday. I over the Thanksgiving. holidays. fit of the Post's general fund. ii I I'to ..
; ,
I Earl Simpson's Show Boat Orchestra :: :
Jeff McKessack of Fort Gaines, I Mrs. Harry Barrentine i and two from West Palm Beach will pro- .;. I :::" }

Georgia, was in Clewiston on business small sons of Tampa have arrivedo vide music.DEEP ::: I .i' ..

Monday.Mr. join Mr. Barrentine and make .:. I .t. ,,
their home here. Mr. Barrentine is :i.: :

employed in the B and B meat *ggqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqlql0 i .;.
and Mrs. C. L. Downs made market. :: I ..

business trip to Miami Wednesday, ROCKVATER '.t. I ..

returning Thursday._ ? I
Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin Five Gallons 25c

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman spent Carleton and Mrs. Keathley Bowden I
(to the Public i
the week-end in Miami visiting Mr. accompanied by Mrs. F. A. Flanders Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays and .;. Open ]
: and Mrs. J. D. Gardner. of Moore Haven were business s Frida 's. Leave order at B & B store _

., -- visitors in West' .Palm Beach.Mon Your business appreciated.G. { ?

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley spent : lay. P. BarrowHHHHRMKBBRHMBKHHHHBHHHHHH i ;i

Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. ?
W. Griffith in Azucar. Mrs. F. A. McKenzie returned yesterday Y ?

,,: -- from a visit in Lakeland and ---. -- Y't. .?:.

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor and I with her son, F. A. jr., at Auburn, :..:..:..:..:..:..:-:....:..: :..:-:..:..:....:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..... y y .?:.
Mrs. J. B. Dotterer are shopping in I Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mc -
West Palm Beach today. Kenzie of Miami returned with her + EVERGLADES .;. 'i f
.-t" '::: ( v
l ;" Mrs. R. T. :Burch and Mrs. H and are visiting their sons here.L. :;: <- 1."- : !J'"* NERAL I I *.V. :;.: Moderate Green Fees ::s j::
> : t
: Chadwick of Lake Wales were visitors R. Oliphant of Marietta, Georgia :;: : :':I Exceptional Fairways =:i::
in Clewiston Saturday. .. HOME :
returned to his home Monday : : .i. I y

, r after a short visit with his daughter ?. ? ::I interesting Greens :::
Mary McCrone and Mrs. and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. :X i: Licensed Funeral Directors :XX : XI 1
Grace Cahill made a business trip Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and + }: :!: 1
:: and Embalmers
to Indiantown Wednesday. :: .:.
Mr. Oliphant spent Sunday in Mi .*. Xij ;

ami. I I.J Ambulance Service *;! IIII ;
Ab W. Clark of Tampa and II ; IIII } : } : } }
[.'. Bentley of Orlando t *
business Mrs. R. D. Whidden returned last ..
visitors { CLEWISTOX, PHONE 328 ------ '
In Clewiston J --- ----- --- -
Wednesday.R. night from .a week's visit with rel . .
X 1! :..: :-;..:..: : : : : : : : :-H..: : :
-, 1 atives in Gainesville. Her mother- ,|. PAHOKEE, PHONE 2301 :;<:
O. Couch, of Grant, Florida, In-law, Mrs. Bessie Whidden
in manufacturer Clewiston on of business Couch pumps this week, was Mrs.accompanied Wilbur here. her Bishop home of and Gainesville are visiting .:... .:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:' r- S gi'd l lf I!:

Miss Mr.Ulla and Jacobsen Mrs. C.and W. Mrs.McDonald M. H, f Service Station 1

Crouch were visitors in Mfalmi Tues Philip Gray of Miami arrived this You Wreck 'Em I
day. week and will remain in Clewislon y

.' for several months.' Mr. Gray has We Fix 'Em yi

; J., is R. visiting Alston of his Richland brother,, Georgia Dave- been hauling contracting of gravel the and unloading sand for co and nPAINTING, BODY AND ;!!I i; Sales Service lii.i if

Alston Alston In in.Belle Clewiston Glade.and Kendrick tractors past year.on the levee project for the TOPS FENDER- SEAT WORK COVERSUPHOLSTERY ..

:' x
'.; Mrs. Joseph Spadaro and her Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCracken, Mr.
guest, Mrs. Miller of New York City, and Mrs. C. E. Nail, A. A. Munroe, Done by An Expert :!: COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR SERVICE ::!:

visited briefly in Clewiston tod ay. R. L. Dosh, Howard Campbell, Joe Courteous Service y
enroute to Boca Grande from a stay Cato Work Greasing -:- Washing -:- Polishing :_:
Cy Cruze; L. C. Yoemans, Co- Guaranteed. ,. ;.
Palm Beach.
i Jamg burn ,Moore Junior, Marvin Thomas Cowart.and Ed Harold Clark Prices Reasonable. A trial will convince you that our Repair Department :*;:

S Lingenfelter Mrs. B. O.and Bowden daughter, Mrs., Orville Mable drove to Fort Lauderdale Widnesday PIONEERService ;:!:; is among the best. :!:
night for
the opening game on the
4 -',:. Anne, of Clearwater Mrs. B. C. new Lauderdale Diamondball field.The :
Etherton ::
Bowden and daughters, Mrs. C. E. Clewiston All-Stars met the Station :.z.: Glenn Prop. i _

Stello, and Mollie Bowden of Oke Lauderdale Gulf team and were defeated BELLE GLADE PHONE 10 ::: Sugarland Highway Clewiston :.z.t:

chobee were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 7 to 2 in a game played Ina Wrecker Service at All Hours A
gia Kathley Bowden : .
: Friday drizzling rain. *.* *MVft* *..* *.\.*..\.*.* Vk* * ..
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CLEWISTON NEWS Friday, December 7, 1934


On theFunny Two-Piece Frock .

m in Smart DesignPATTERN


Side In this two-pIece frock youth Is delightfully > .
served. Make it of.'one of $.;
the new fabric prints which look like'wool .
FEATHERHEADS Why Dig That Up? I I or of a smart sheer woolen. It

ITS A VASE- HUH! S co DaN I suggests a suit In Its trim lines and
I r neat tailored finish. joke' extends -
6EEt BUYINCr YOU'LL LOVE ANTIQUE -OLP NAND STUFF down the front to the edge of
SOMENINCtAC ROMA POT-1'ERY the jacket In a vest effect from under
THIS KNOW which a belt partly encircles the
1 ? YoU '
AI '
CRITICISM waistline. The bow at the neck 'i.J'
( extremely attractive in velvet. Think
"What do you think of the criticsof of'it In rust color with the frock In
your plan?" two shades of green. With the diagrammed

., "I resent,.them," answered Senator
f x II IIr Ili Sorghum."Haven't. >
y "
they any good ideas?
"Oh yes. I may utilize some of
/ r them. Nevertheless, I don't proposeto
14 'f / .
., x encourage the nerve ther'show in

( expressing them.":

l'Cr' r -
an English theater they were
playing"The Forty Thieves," and as
the company numbered only eight,
\ \ the entry of the robbers into the
cave was achieved by their passing

THOSE ROMAMSTHAT'S 1iiir 1// 1i1 ( SURE MUST HAV/E'BEE JAPPRECIATIVE. out at the back of the stage and en-
tering again at the front
AW Unfortunately one of the robbers I p
So /i ARTISTIC'' =njST tRAYS WHY THEY BURIED walked with a limp, and when he
OLD IxOMAN I -fiMiiki"uiS|| WAS had entered five' times a' voice from
__ I\rilNtV.. !! THATYEZ. HINCr I .
the gallery cried:. "Stick It, soppy; ,
TAK T-T BURIED FOR 2ooo last lap!1" >

Disappointment \ r-irt''

"So you are going home,'; said the
kindly stranger to the wanderer. "I]

4 ;;; ; suppose.they" will kill the,fatted calf !
'(/ for. you?" .
SIU "Yes, that's the 'worst of it," replied -

oA 11 d the wanderer, sourly; "I ani on ,, ,II II
a diet and can't eat any meat."-
Pathfinder Magazine.!

Quaint Forms
"George Washington had quaint
Western N.w.pap.rUatoa forms of speech," remarked the stu-
I dious person.
"Yes," said :Miss: Cayenne. "But'
wouldn't George say the same of us
If he could hear some of the things
FINNEY. OF THE FORCE Roof Henair that go. on over the radio..
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-- - ---

posi'T EUT You SPERL. .

] -: OF 'N' LAW SAY So TH' EFFECT B.-"What made you count
'. your change so carefully after pay- I
Ing our bill? -
: r--- NOTICED OFF YER: LIP JE Mr. B.-The clerk: kept saying that

i THAT 1 HATCH e= "honesty Is the best policy."-Border sewing chart which accompanies -
Cities Star. .the pattern,even a'young girl
OF YQUR'1JNEEDS can easily make the frock.

= 111 A UNNEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Pattern 2030: Is available in sizes,

: v41- I = NEW ROOFMil 10, 12, 14, 10 and IS. Size 12 takes
1 2Y8 yards 54-inch fabric: and 1%
t >z% yards 4-lnch ribbon. ,
. : \Y I IJjV/j), 2&iIHOW Send FIFTEEN CENTS, (15c) In
;. coins or stamps (coins preferred) for .
. this pattern. Write plainly name, ,r-1
3\ address and style number. BE SURE- '

.. t D 1y V/ Address orders to Sewing Circle,
r', Pattern Department, 243 West Sev-,
enteenth street, New York City.
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;I,: AS 01 OFTlNJ _. PUNNowoULP = ,
Ol -
SAIP&RASs MUCH "Daddy I want,to be an Arctic. ex-

1oN"T CRRoW SAYS YoU YA Hov\J MUCH plorer." "
"That's fine; my boy. -
OM BLS UT ALL GIVE T'HAVE "But, daddy, I .want to go Into
STHR&HTS 61\E ? Mrs. Tom-Are you troubled muchIn "
T J TN' SAME HAIR LIKE. training at.once.
N your neighborhood with borrow- -
MINE ? "How so? ,
You'P LIKE. Ing? "Well I want a dollar a day for Ice_ .
10 NAVE Mrs. Daw-Yes', a good deal. My cream 'so that I can get accustomedto
neighbors never seem to have a the cold."
thing I want.
if l'- (oU KNOW And He Went His Way

Y'I IT-- 4p Back to Early Standards Sinister-Looking Individual (significantly -'
) )-Is 'usband at 'ome,
ClAre there any gangsters In Crim- yer .
-r- son Gulch?" asked the traveling man ,ma'aiu?
"No, sir," answered Cactus Joe Lady (resourcefully:Well, If he's
"We shoot things out for ourselves.The finished his revolver practice, he'll
Gulch continues to favor rugged be playing in the bade garden with
) Individualism." our bloodhounds. Did, you: want-to

.,;.. see him?London Tit-Bits.... '

';;; :. ... p Waters Nsw.ptpy Unto Ambition
.;: He-I'd like to write the most pop- # Lot Like That .
ular book of the day. Blinks-That dame can say more -i"Jlj. -'
Precautionary HUMANLIKE Safe Prediction She-You think that Is the way to foolish things than anybodY.1 ever
"Thompson's not a bad fellow," said Judge (In Traffic Court)-I'll let sou fame? listened to.
."He He-I don't give a hoot for the Jinks-Yes, her tongue travels
Ha3'es off with
always claims that when ---- --- a fine this time but another
,charity Is needed he is the first to put dayI'n send you to jail. fame, it Is the way to fill a pocket along at sixty miles'an hour, while .
,....r.i l his hand in his pocket." Driver-Sort of a weather forecast, book and that's what interests me. Iwr brain Is jogging. along at about
.= Bolton nodded his head. 0I eh, Judge?, five.
':: "Yes," he said, "and keeps It there JUdge-What do you mean? _. Hard Luck Story
until the,danger is over.",-London Tit- I 0 Driver-Fine today-cooler -tomor My friend, the visiting nurse, reports Length, Not Breadth ,
Bl ts. e O row. that n: very sick patient told First Voter-How long did the candidate'.speak -
: lI her that her Illness was caused by Bill? '
1 I it ENOUGH SAID bad teeth. The way she put It was, Bill-About an hour and a half.
BACK AGAIN 19 "I should have had my teeth :exca- First Voter-And what was It all -
vated two years ago, for pyrex.- about?
Cleveland Plain Dealer. Bill-He didn't say-Exchange.THE .
r- IIr Bug Landlord-Great Scott, those
* apple worms have moved without pay-
l l ing the rent and have eaten ,half the
l rp0 .
i house besides I

r II I I ; Clad for the Fray
"Knights used to fight In. armor,"
said the antiquarian.
I \\ "Yes," answered Miss Cayenne, "but {,
that was mere horseplay. A football ,
Same shows you the costume that goes
with real action.. .

i r11 II \ \ I Ii Fair Exchange "Have you the firmness that enables
"But I've signed your book before" you to go. on and do your duty In the ,
{llH\IIIIr, 1l1J 1I1I"IIIHYT1''I'ir '//Jl/ said the fairly distinguished film actor. face of Ingratitude and ungenerous r '
"Yes, sir,but when I get ten of yours ,criticism?" PERFECT GU ,. \\ .
:l' Both-Well I Well! Here we are, I can swap them for one of George Ar- "I ought to have. I cooked for a
.1 all ready for the kids. liss."-Pathfinder Magazine. camping party: last summer."

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1/i1./ .-New 'Hybrid Wheat TYPED MESSAGES BY RADIO

Farm Boy Wins Battle for Fame and Success Glenn Watson of Detroit and WaIter -

Sets Good Record Lemmon of New York have per-

, By WILLIAM C. UTLEYJOE I cause any 'other music was so hard to fected a machine, known aa a Wat-
songraph which
I' BENTON made good.- procure In the wilds of western Okla- will send typed

The roof of Chicago's palatial homa Just then), he won the contest Tenmarq, Fair'Example of messages by radio. As each key on
.. the machine
) and with It teachers' scholar- which resembles an or-
a college
Opera house raised a few
never American Type Produced dinary typewriter, Is pressed it sends
J and almost floated away ship which he used. He was

J on the crest of a wave of applause that Just past sixteen. by Hybridization.Prepared out wave a cryptic flash over a five-meter

would and did surprise even an opera w After that came dark days, but they length, which operates a cor-

house, on the night of Tuesday, No- were days which had more, perhaps, to by the United States Department responding key on a similar machine
of Agriculture.-WNU Service. equipped for receiving.
vember 13. The cheers were not for do with shaping Joe's career than all .
the glamorous and tempestuous Maria of his study so far. He fell sick with Tenmarq, the new high-yielding, excellent Automatic'coding and decoding is
quality, hard red winter wheat also Incorporated on the device(
t Jerltza. whose voice and beauty have typhoid fever. For forty-six days and this
made her an International darling of nights he battled with the fever. which made a good showing this yearIn equipment scrambling the message

Nor were they for Pnsquale o 7v > The: fever left him weak and wasted. spite of the drouth, \Is a good ex- so that only the machine for which "
But it In ample of an American variety pro- it is intended can
Amato. veteran baritone whose lusty was that sick-bed that Jo< unscramble the
I' notes have been sending chills or delight Benton, the farm boy, really became duced by hybridization from wheats of Information. To prevent eavesdrop-

0:: up and down operatic spines lo, d'i Giuseppe Bentonelli, the lyric tenorof other countries. Tenmarq, produced ping by a clever cryptographer, the

these many years. American and Continental opera. and tested by the Kansas agricutural code may be changed at will by

They were for Giuseppe Bentonelli, When he had recovered he entered the experiment station and the United simply throwing a switch.-Path

!I whom the boys back home In Sayre, \\i Jr University of Oklahoma, and tried out States Department of Agriculture.: finder Magazine

II Okla., and the brothers in the PI Kappa for the glee club. It was amazedly discovered rives its name from the pedigree num-
that his baritone voice, whichhe her of the male parent, Ten-sixty-six
I Alpha house at the, : University of Oklahoma -
I remember as Joe Benton. But had not tried since the typhoid got and the female parent, Marquis. .

Joe or _Giuseppe. Benton or Ben- him, had become a fine, rich tenor. Ten-sixty-six: is a selection of hard 0

tonelli, it was all the same to the musical The glamor of the war attracted Joe winter wheat made In 190G from a bulk 1 1e

world and the press who lauded Benton while he was at the university lot of Crimean wheat Introduced from J
___,. ; ... .iW 'WIllI Russia. Marquis Is the result of ,
his American debut as Mario Cavara- --,_:; .. and he tried to .Join the army, a
dossl In "La Tosca. but was tooyoung.. He joined the cross made in Canada In 1892 betWeen

Four times at the close of the first Giuseppe Bentonelli. ROTC, and was commissioned a's a lieu- an early ripening spring wheat from rr

act he had to return 'to the footlightsto tenant In 'the Infantry Just after the Calcutta, India, and Red Fife, a high

take bows with Jerltza and Amato, "What I hated most was washingthe war closed. He.was graduated with a quality, hard red spring wheat Introduced

and finally to appease the demands of cream separator," Joe says. "We bachelor of arts degree and won a Phi into Canada In 1842 from Danzig

the 3,000 out In front he had to takea had no hot water and many a time I Beta Kappa key. Prussia.

call alone. had to break the Ice in the barrel to Joe didn't need the army to get to Tenmarq also Is an excellent example .

Toasted by Elites. get at the water. The lye was so Europe. On a shoestring he crossed of the procedure followed by the

After he had left his dressing room strong that it has ruined my hands." the-Atlantlc to study with the masters.He bureau of plant industry in producing

and ,.the army of waiting reporters, The hands were not ruined to the didn't always eat, he said; but he and testing new varieties. The first QUICK STARTINGwith

there \ 'as a lavish party In Bentonelll's extent that he couldn't get plenty of I studied night and day. At Nice, he cross of Marquis and Ten-sixty-sLx was CLEANED PLUGSREMOVE

> .If\ '" honor. Toasting him were the musical music out of a piano, nevertheless. At studied under the distinguished Polish made In '1918. Several hundred selec- _

.' world, the social world, the artistic three, Joe had already shown all the tenor, Jean de Reske. His lesson on tions 'of this cross were tested In. the
world. One c! the most enthusiastic symptoms of becoming ajnusician. His March 31, 1925, was the last ever given plant breeding nursery at Manhattan, OXIDE COATING WITH THE

'celebrants was Prof. William G. mother, who was always giving up by the Pole, who died"seven days later. Kan., 'until 1024, when the selectionnow AC SPARK PLUG CLEANER-AND YOUR

Schmidt of the University of Okla- things for Joe, made some more sacrifices \Still known as Joseph Benton, he went known as Tenmarq was advancedto MOTOR STARTS INSTANTLY

homa. He was the link that night and bought a piano for $23. It I to Italy, where he studied for four' field plot tests on the agronomy

I between. Giuseppe Bentonelli and Joe was a funny, square thing and It came years. \ farm. As It continued to show the ONLY 5c A PLUG

When his teachers pronounced him good qualities sought, It was tested at

ready, young Benton made his debut experiment stations In western Kansas,

+n, as the first tenor in the title role of and at stations In Oklahoma, Texas, No spark plug can
:- a,... } "Andrea Chenier" In the Teatro Realle Colorado, and Nebraska. escapeOxideCoatingthe
del 1'Opera at Rome. It was the be-
.tN T rtd Tenmarq appeals to the grain trade, chief cause of
ginning of a European career that was millers and bakers, because It has In-

to take him through 411 performancesIn herited many of the milling charactersand hard starting, loss rGlrCRr

thirty-four different operas.He "baking strength" of Marquis, Its of power, poor gas

Becomes "Bentonelli." spring wheat parent. Marquis Is con- mileage. But a thor-

It was in his Rome dtbut.that, upon sidered in the flour markets of the ough cleaning-by a 6.PARK PLUS

the advice of his teacher In Milan, he world as a high standard for new va RegisteredACCleanCLEANING

\ assumed the name of Bentonelli. HIs rieties.
Station is STATION
ing a
reason was a good one. Tenmarq Is superior to Turkey,

x "To the Italians my name sounds Kharkof, Kanred, and Blackhull, old "surefire"remedy..

A r 4. French," he explained. "They pronounce varieties of hard red winter wheatIn Replace badly worn Look for tfx"Plug.ln..

ti.. It 'Bon-Ton. No matter if ;yield, stiffness of straw, earliness, plugs with new ACs. tilt-Tub"

a rbw you are better than Caruso If you and quality, the characters of primary
make your debut In Italy bearing a interest to farmers.It .

French name, you are likely to get was grown in quantities this year Condense Worries

grape-fruit thrown at you. Martin became by 00 Kansas farmers and lived up to One hour a day might be set asideto

Martinelll; so I could see no reason advance expectations, although the worry.

why Benton should not be. Ben- yield was affected by the drouth. Ten-

tonelli. In a Milan court It cost me marq Is not so winter hardy as Kanred
three hundred dollars in" law fees to
and Turkey and Is not recommended
have the new name legalized. I can for northern Kansas or states to the Whitens, Clears The
now use it In perfect security; it Is north.

1 ra1 good even on passports." Skin Quickest WayNo

When he returned home this year it
I There Are Various
was the first time In five. years. But Waysof matter how dull and dark your

yon will never find a more ardent pa- Destroying StumpsIf complexion: ; no matter how freckled and
triot than Giuseppe Bentonelli. coarsened by sun and wind, Nadinola
!6Gc ian f time Is an 'object stumps can be ] Cream will '. ,. ., "
Bentonelli Is still a "regular] guy" ; Bleaching ":'!: f. -s:::,
removed quickly by use of dynamiteor earandsmooth .it.:?.:;#. :'.::"::11.:..
success hasn't spoiled him. 'When a skin to new beauty, ., :'
a stump puller, but either method your .":.
Chicago critic scored him for the lusty quickest, easiest way. .
4' entails considerable work and expense, Just at bedtime .< .''
manner In which he sang to ScarpIa, apply ; t : <:
denouncing the chief of the Roman police says Pathfinder Magazine. If the proc- Nadinola, tested and :;'. <::' .
t4M ess can be stretched out over several trusted for over a gen- : "
as a hangman and an unscrupulous eration its beau .
weeks they can be removed with little :.... r ,
his enthusiasm unruf 'work while (
butcher was tifying you \ :
expense or effort. Fire Is the agent sleep.] Then ': 'H:ly." .
see 0
I fled. The critic claimed he overplayed you dayI I "
Where Bentonelli Scored His First American Triumph. used but by-day :
the role. several weeks of treatmentare improvement un- : tkr.rZ.til }:: .
before your complexion is : .t :
Benton. he and Benton from St. "What do they want to do?" he necessary the entire !stumpIs .f.tf\ib
Perhaps were. Louis. It was kind of old. me all long for {t
; ':* )
I made inflammable. you creamy : ,j.#
the only ones there who knew the The date on It was 1S07. asked. "Waltz up to the old villain, The treatment white, satin-smooth, ...' (

.. story, a story that Is America's story, When It arrived the young man tickle;: his chin and say, 'Oh, you nassy consists of boring several vertical holes] lovely. No disappointments, no long

full of red blood and fight and dogged found that his head just about reached ol hangman, you !I'?" into the top of the stump, filling them waiting for results. Honey-back guar-
determination. It Is the everchallenging the keyboard if he stood up straight.His Bentonelli has been much InterestedIn with saltpeter, and then adding hot antee. Get a large box of :Nadinola
Bleaching Cream at favorite
story of how a farm boy bat- a career somewhat parallel to his water. The chemical will gradually be your ,
poor mother had given him a drum for counter, or by mail, postpaid, only 60c
'-.- tled to fame and success. Christmas ; he had beat lots of rhythmand own. It is that of a fellow tenor of carried to all parts of the stump and NADINOLA, Box 15, Paris, Term.;

It starts back in 1001. Oliver Horace both of the sides out of it. but he the Chicago Grand Opera company, as the holes empty they should be re-

Benton was sick Business worries still had the drumsticks. He used Myron Duncan. Duncan, a logger ofMyron filled.)) After about four weeks dur-

had precipitated a nervous breakdown. them to strike the ing which time the holes have been
piano keys. The
...._ _.
.'., "Change of climate," the doctqrs said. keys were solid h'ory-solld. that is, refilled)) about three times, the stump Is Do you lack PEP ?

"He must go to Arizona, where It is until they met up with Joe. lie- spIlt ready to burn. Due to the saltpeterthe Aro you all in, tired and run down?
high and dry. The fogs and dampnessof every one of' them with his sticks, unknowIngly fire will even follow the deep' roots

Kansas City are more than he can causing him plenty of grief \ and consume them.
stand." later, for he was to play on that piano j'.
But the Bentons, Oliver and his wife, for IwY /
many years to come. di l World Wheat Supplies IIJ TONIC
did not go to Arizona. They moved toW His music lessons and
Production of wheat in the northern
Oklahoma which
western the
government hard. Will rid of
He had to teach himself, for you
m was just then opening to white hemisphere, not Including Russia and
no one in the house knew
settlers. It was wild country and they China, is expected to be about 325,000 MALARIAand
about music. He would to
Sunday .
r5 000 bushels less than last and the
were brave to pioneer its spacious % C year,
school and watch the lady at the foot- build you up.Used for 65 years for Chills,
plains. crop of the southern hemisphere about
Fever Malaria and
powered'organ as she played "ReviveUs
But this was the land of hope and 103,000,000 bushels less, according to A General Tonic
Again. He watched which key
health and freedom and new begin the government survey says Wall aces'
t she struck for the "re" partof I SOc and $1.00 At All DrusrfiU \
ning. Oliver was soon well and the Farmer. The world carryover appearsto
"revive.. He made a mental note
Bentons began with a vigor. They be about the same as. last year. The
of the key she hit for ",,1"e." lIe went
were the builders of Oklahoma. When .United States carryover Is estimated at
home and struck those same keys
'. the first railroad train came into the 200,000,000 bushels, which, together HELP KIDNEYS
the piano and was rewarded by hear
section in the winter of 1001-02 Mr. with the estimated production of 491-
ing the same notes. In the hymn book
Benton got possession of a box car 000,000 bushels, Indicates a domestic IF your kidneys function badly
he saw which of these notes went with"re"
some way and started the first church, KY supply of 781,000,000 bushels.. With a and you have a lame, aching
and which with ,-lye. He rea- u back
with attacks of dizziness,
with himself as the preacher, althoughhe : normal] domestic utilization of about
soned that notes which went higher burning, scanty or. too frequent
was not a clergyman. Soon it was y 025,000,000 bushels, this would leavea
up on the scale were higher on the Urination, getting up at night,
full of the bristling youth that was carryover next July of about 150,000-
piano. Before long he found himself swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic
growing up In Oklahoma.Joe reading music and 'playIng it. 000 bushels if there are' no net importsor pains use Doan's Pills.
remembers when they lived In exports. Doan's are especially for poorly

a tent. He remembers their struggles Takes Up Singing.It Duncan, the Logger, Who Also functioning kidneys. Millions of

with the soil and the live stock and was not until much later, however, Reached the Heights. Plan boxes are used every year. They;
the loneliness. He remembers their that young Benton began to sing. As a Crop Locations are recommended the country over.

dread of the wind, the wind that blew youngster he had a very deep and the north woods who was discovered Considerable thought is going to be Ask your neighbor

7:7 and blew across the plains until at husky voice; when it changed, It be- singing to the trees up in northern needed to plan 1935 crop rotations so

night bis mother would cover them came a rich, full baritone. During his Wisconsin, made his American debuta as to avoid damage from chinch bugs.It DOAN'S PILL'SWNU7

with the carpets to keep them from last year In high school, a young woman week later In the same role as did is not so easy to plan for the elIm- ,

freezing. and her husband, friends of Joe'smother Bentonellir Like the latter, Duncan' ination or reduction of acreages of 48-34PARKER'S

= Worked Long Hours. came to Sayre.; She knew "went Italian" over there. His name the grass crops such as wheat, oats \

Joe was a good boy. He put in long music andcould sing herself. She be- became Mario Duca, but he has not and rye. Care can be taken, however,
hard hours of heavy work. He picked came Interested In Joe, and saw possI- retained It in the land or'hIs birth. In planning field arrangements so that

cotton, tilled the soil (many times It bilities in his playing tnd in his voice. Bcntonelll, dark, handsome and In these crops are more or less isolated HAIR BALSAM

_' was the first time anyone's plow' had She coached him and prepared him his own words "more than' 'thirty andless from the cornfields. If the wheat fields d RemoveaDandruf-Stop Impart Color,and Uair Foil Log

dipped its nose into the earth that he I for competition. In a state-wide musical than thirty-five," Is a real Ameri- are separated from corn by fields of Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair

-I cultivated), did most of the chores contest. can young man. He looks more like a clover, soy beans, potatoes, or other RI 'I 6Uc Thorn and|.1 Wkn.00 nt..Pstchog Drogglata.i eN. .Y.

? fix;: and tended the live stock. He milked Playing two difficult selections and well-dressed collegian than anythingelse. crops such as sugar beets the bogs FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use In

from six to eighteen cows. singing a familiar church hymn (be ,'weeternNewepapl L'niau. are not likely to migrate through- themto J hair connection soft and with fluffy.Parker's 60 cents Hair by Dalllllm.Ma.kes mail or at dru.prgists. the.
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