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 14, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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! I .r4Z' Lake Section Suffers DIAMOND AFTERNOONU. BALL SUNDAY Engineers Prepare Plans


S. ENGINEERS For Caloosaliatehee Work

L Worst Cold On Record I V3'KIWANIS 'A .


i I Temperature Drops P.-T. A. Program Entire proceeds will go to Flag Tourney Is To Advertise For Bids ,
ChristmasTree J
the American Legion
Soon After First

I 21 Degrees Here For Today's MeetingThe Fund. Played Here SundayMrs.

;r This is the donation, of the of Year .

Wednesday Night Kiwanis Club to the' Community -

W. C. Owen and Har-
) following program has been Christmas Tree.A Jimmy
Plans and specifications are now
announced for the Parent-Teachers rington were winners of the flag
liberal patronage is urged.
being written up by the U. S. Army
Climaxing several days of Association meeting this afternoon.The tourney at the local golf course Sun- Corps of Engineers for the Caloosa-

weather which began with meeting would regularly fall day and each received $2.50 worthof
hatchee division of the Lake Okee-
f. atures near freezing Saturday next Friday afternoon, but the FROM
on LEGIONNAIRES golf balls. the prize donated for chobce-Caloosahatchee project, andIt
and continued through a low of date moved forward in order I
k f was the tourney by F. D. Duff. Both Mrs. Is expected that advertisement for
: degrees Wednesday night, the not to conflict with the beginning of
Owen and Jimmy finished in the 8th
bids on' the first portion of the work
Okeechobee. section suffered a the Christmas holidays.Mrs. SEVEN COUNTIES AT
' cup. will be ready about the first of the
ing frost and freeze W. C. Prewitt, president, will '
According to the rules of the flag New Year. :
'I night that resulted in a total loss preside. Miss Mae Drew, chairmanof
CONFERENCE HEREDelegates tourney, each player received a A discharge from Lake Okeecho 'f-'A
all truck above ground
crops I the program committee has pre '
small flag before play begun. Then bee of 2500 feet per second will be
considerable damage to cane, I pared the program:
taking the number of strokes equi- the aim of the work of deepening,
and tropical trees. Thursday Song-"Away in the North
up from American Legion valent to the course's par, he 'added widening and straightening the Ca-
ed bright and fair and rising Land"-Nora Oglesby and Lawrence "
Posts of seven counties comprisingthe his handicap and played the result- loosahatchee river and the Three ','I"
peratures experienced during Guthrie.Poem"W.illie's. ,
day marked the conclusion of one : Plan"BobbyFrench. 6th district voted the conference ing number of strokes. At the point Mile Canal at Moore Haven which -

the worst cold snaps on record. held in Clewiston Sunday with the where the ball lay after the last connects, Lake, Hicpochee, head :
of the best stroke the flag was planted, and the waters of the Caloosahatchee with :
'v All truck crops were killed Talk-A Wealth of Books for local Legion as hosts one '
I membersand player furtherest out was declared Lake Okeechobee. Incidentally, the
right'and all garden plants Young Americans, Mrs. J. E. Beards- ever. Approximately 150 .;;,
\f' .- frozen except a few in rare ley. guests attended the session of winner.. Mrs. Owen and Jimmy tied. work will provide a navigable and ;

that were sufficiently protected Music. the sixth district Legion r and the For the tourney play penaltiesin interesting cross-state % waterway )n

covering. Even some of the Reading-"A Snow Man"-Shirley Auxiliary meeting which was held force were one stroke for breachof from Stuart, via. St. Lucie canal to 't;.

plants have died from the cold. Moon. simultaneously. the following rules: Lake Okeechobee, across the. lake to : :a

No estimate of damage to I Ten Commandments for Parents, Legionnaires and their ladies from Grounding club in sandtraps, Moore Haven and thence down Three ,-:',

'has been announced by the Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. the sixth district had as their guestsa teeing up in fairway, in rough or on Mile Canal and the Caloosahatchee ,:'

States Sugar corporation Music. large delegation of visitors from the greens, or teeing ahead of tee- I to Fort Myers. The government's -

chemists and research men are Miami, West Palm Beach, and other markers, or for a lost ball. work on the river will extend- from ;

with tests to determine the deal its source to Edison Bridge in the ..;:
MRS. MARY HAYES DAVIS ILL nearby Posts. Attracting a great Entries Sunday included E. E.

tion of the cane since the cold I of attention was the representationfrom Shelley, 'H. A. Land,' A. N. Gallant, city of Fort Myers near its, mouth.A :

ther. the Palm Beach county voiture C. F. new lock, to be known as Lock
: Clewiston friends of Mrs. Mary Goodman, K. Bowden, Jay
Practically all the shrubs in Hayes Davis owner and manager of 40 and 8, who came in the train Moran, F. I. Hill, J. J. Harrington, Two-A, will substituted for locks

iston were nipped by the cold, the Dixie Crystal theatre, and editorof recently constructed by the East Jimmy Harrington. L. H. Nash, A. 2 and 3 in Three Mile Canal. Froma

the cocoanut and royal palms the Hendry County News at La- Coast group for entry in the paradeat I L. Hackett, J. F. Curry. E. E. Kelly, depth of approximately zero, (sea

affected. The cocoanut palm Belle, regret to learn of her illness the National 'Convention in Mi- Fr. Finnegan, Mrs. W. C. Owen, 'W. level, Punta Rassa datum) the can-
have all turned deep brown. but al depth will increase to minus two 1
which has kept her confined in the ami. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. W. M. Redel-
royals suffered less. The Sago sheimer. (two feet, below sea level) at Lock
Fort Myers hospital for several days. Post Comander H. R. Hall, E. B.
and Boston palms were not Two-A.' In the Lock basin the depth
Butler and W. C. Owen of the local
Hibiscus, Turks cap, poinsettias will again increase to minus seven,
,Post met the East Coast delegation
most of the crotons were killed and the channel of the river will
several miles out on the highway DAMAGE TO CANE BY
to the main stems. KELLEY APPOINTEDON East of Clewiston and ,escorted it gradually deepen until it reaches
Farmers were busy .'"' minus thirteen at Fort Myers. Lock
to the Juncture of Roads 25 and
and Thursday replanting in Two-A will be located, near Ortona.
67 nine miles West of town which COLD UNDETERMINEDThe
where the crops had been frozen DEBT COMMISSIONE. It is expected that the first portion
was the conveneing point ,for the
nights before. C. E. Miner of the work will inlude that
motorcades arriving for the confer-
that his entire stock of seeds from Moore Haven to Fort Thompson -
ence. The train led the long proces- sugar: house of the United
: been sold out of his Lake
near LaBelle. The approximatecost
warehouse. In E. Kelly has been recently ap- sion of visiting members into Clewis- States Sugar corporation Is grindingat
the Everglades a
for this portion of the work isa
... pointed by Governor Sholtz as a ton Inn where lunch was served record capacity and the cane go-
delay may mean a poorer market little over a million dollars. The
member of the Hendry county committee prior to the business meeting. ing through it as yet shows no evi- .
produce, time is lost
so no remainder, from Fort Thompson to
of the Farm Debt Adjustment Commander Hall welcomed the dence of damage ,from the severe
ing a crop disaster In ,Fort Myers. will cost about one and
i ", The staple crop of the section, Commission of Florida. Mr. Kelly I Sixth district members and their cold experienced this week, accord- one-third million.

, t.L; matures in 45 days. will serve with Everett Burchard andL. guests on behalf of the local Post, ing to a statement issued at noon

The chief concern for trip.'J O. Gravely of LaBelle, Asa Town- and turned the meeting over 'to Dr. today by J. J. Harrington. Vice-pres The entire work on Lake Okee-

of the Southwestern shore of send of Felda and Clarence' Hubertof J.. W. Morgan of Avon Park, vice- ident and general manager. Ever- chobee is now under_contract, under

Lake is the damage to the Fort Denaud. commander of the 6th district, who glades cane fields,
cane crop.RECORDS. Miv Kelly, one of the most prom- presided at the business session. all other growing crops: show evidence seven miles of levee and one hurri-

inent business men in the 'county, is The program of entertainment of damage as the result of cane gate planned for the north end

OF TE president and manager of .the Clew- was In charge of 'E. B. Butler, Jay the cold Tuesday and Wednesday of the lake near Okeechobee. The

:..t,.' iston Motor company and keeps In W. Moran and H. R. Hall and was nights, but Mr. Harrington statesit beginning of the river work will
close contact I will be'three four days be- mark an Important step in the com-
.. December 12th 1934 May. with the general eco- pronounced by many as worthy of a or : yet
pletion of the project and will be
nomic and farming conditions national fore the effect of the cold on the
Clewiston ...............................52 convention. During the afternoon hailed with enthusiasm by residentsof
throughout the Mr. present can be determined."The .
county. Burchardis crop
I '".,, ,,, Benbow Farms ...................,. 53 many of the visitors ,were Southwest Florldawho will be
'.. a member of the firm, Burchardand taken cane withstood the first
I Liberty Point-............t...._. 52 on sight-seeing trips throughthe more materially affected by the riv-
Burchard, building contractorsand frost, which occurred Tuesday night
I '. Bare Beach ........................ 51 agricultural section that rims I work than by that the lake
er on
is a former legislator. Mr. Grav- when the thermometer registered 26
;, .>:.: Miami Locks -..................... 50 Lake Okeechobee on the south, and .
; .- ely, also a former legislator, is and 27 on the property, and a sur- proper.
South Bay .:;-...................... 48 a many availed themselves of the Welntka
prominent lawyer, vey of the fields the following day Completing AssignmentThe
Moore Haven ......__.............. 53 now serving as special privilege of visiting the sugar
., .1 both county attorney and attorneyfor house of the United States Sugar Indicated practically no damage to dredge, Welatka. is expected

the school board. Mr. Townsendand corporation at Clewiston. The sugar any of the fields," said Mr. Harrington. within a couple of days, to completethe

). BRIDGE TOURNAMENT TO I Mr. Hubert are among Hendry house Is closed to visitors on Sun- This was followed by a second six miles of levee near Moore

'. : county's best-known farmers. days, but special permission and more prolonged cold wave on Haven which was its first assign-
was giv-
'r' Mrs. C. L. Downs
announces the night of December 12th and the <
:' The Hendry county committee is en for the visiting Legionnaires to ment on Lake Okeechobee. The <
: a duplicate contract
,' bridge well chosen and Governor Sholtz, in morning of the 13th when temper- dredge will then be ready for a
: ,' ment will be organized at the (Continued on Page 8))
Y atures as low as 21 degrees were re
J' .,', this Instance at least, has. succeeded new assignment on the project or
iston Inn next Thursday, '
0., admirably In his avowed purpose of corded. for repairs which are expected to
20th at 8 o'clock. The
maintaining a balance between ag- "While cane buds have been affected be given shortly at the Miami gov-
will be similar to that held last SCHOOL WILL GIVE
ricultural and business interests, as generally, there is no evidenceof ernment boatways.The .
which aroused
: a great deal of
a safeguard of the rights of debtors split cane on the property. This, Welatka has done a beautiful -
terest among Clewiston bridge
'. and creditors alike. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM is important as it Indicates that con piece of work on the Lake levee

ers.J. This siderable of the cane which showed and its record has been the source
E. Beardsley, who managed group, voluntarily,
, 1 tournament last year,' will be will carry on in Hendry county the I damage to the bud will be harvested. of much pride to its personnel and
"The entire organization is oper- to the district Engineers. It the
charge again this year. efforts of the state commission toward A Christmas entertainment, to was
voluntary settlement of farm which the public is cordially invited, ating effectively in rushing cane I first large hydraulic placed in oper-

debts In order to prevent foreclos- will be given in the school auditorium from the affected fields through the ation here and demonstrated the

EVERGLADES NEWS CA I ures and thus save the homes of financially next Thursday evening, Decem- sugar house. The sugar house is speed and economy of this method of

'', ENDED;: WEDNESDAY N I G over-burdened farmers. ber 20th, at 8 o'clock. Children operating at record capacity, turn- levee construction.U. .

,.,;,- I The committee will attempt to effecta from every grade in school 'will take ing out' well in excess of 4000 S. Engineers expect that by

,:<; Mrs. A. H. Dalton of Pahokee compromise only in cases where part in the evening's program which tons of cane per day. So far no effects January 8th, one year from.the date

:.: winner of the Ford Sedan, first there is no possibility, of a farmer has been prepared under the direc- of freeze has been evidencedin of the dredge's advent on the lake,

,, in the subscription campaign I paying his debts in full, and in no tion of Miss Mae Drew. the yield or in the purity of the six miles of levee will be completedby

ducted by the Everglades News instance will cancellation of debtsbe Included in the program are a cane juices." it. All material will>be placed in

Canal Point which ended : advocated. number of songs and readings, all When questioned as to the ulti- the levee within two days from date
day night. Mrs. Sam I II mate outcome of this freeze, ,whichis
Thompson I The committee will formally organize -. appropriate to the Christmas season, and the remaining time will be occupied -
Belle Glade won the second the worst in the history of Ever-
and little with shaping, grading and
in the next few days. naming a play which will includea
of $300 cash and Mrs. Van glades development, on future
II a chairman and secretary and select- Christmas pageant. The play is crop;! sodding the levee last constructed.

ingham of South Bay received. $ ing a headquarters. In the meantime "Christmas in Other Lands" and of sugar cane, Mr. Harrington stat- Gulfport Making ProgressThe
cash for third prize. Only five ed that the cane roots were not dam-
the members have been askedto will present children in ,costume of U. S. Engineer Dredge, Gulf-
; .
;: ;: testants remained in the I aged in the least, and the freeze
t. ; attend a meeting to be held at nine countries and' method of observing port, which began work in Division
to its will have
conclusion. no effect on future' har-
the Lee County Court House in Fort Christmas in foreign lands. Two on October 8th Is ;also making

'.':.!;: Myers on December\ 15th at 2 p. m. The pageant, 0 Holy, Night, depicitsthe vests of cane. splendid progress with levee con-
in the Everglades.
PALM BEACH SHERIFF at which W. Kerr Scott, field rep- nativity. sugar crop struction south of Pahokee. The
so far as is known, is the only crop
EN ROUTE TO PRIG( resentative of the Federal Farm Program: which' is harvested following the Gulfport is building from 150 to 250

Credit administration, will explainin Song="Little Man, You've Had a severe cold. In the case of oth- linear feet of levee each day. Duringthe

Sheriff W. H. Lawrence of detail the work of the farm ,debt Busy Day," Lawrence Guthrie. er crop affected by the freeze every the month of November the enviable

;M": Beach county, Detective i j adjustment groups in Florida. Reading-Old Santa's Wife, 'Eliza loss has been complete, and no 'salvaging record of 4777 feet was made by the

of the New York Police force, Members of the Charlotte, Sarasota beth Heeb. is being undertaken. dredge.

": of PoliceIendry' of Belle Glade DeSoto, Glades, Lee, and Collier Doll Drill-10 First Grade girls. McKenzie Rack Near Point

M. W. Walters of West: Palm' county committees. ,will also attend Reading-Christmas Greetings, The Atlantic Dredging and Construction -

were in Clewiston a short while this conference. It will be open to Shirley Moon. "Jack Strickland visited his wife, Company has completedthe

err terday. afternoon, enroute to the all residents of this section interested Song-"Baby Take a Bow", Nora who Is in 'a Sebring hospital, Tues- placing of material in its levee
Cypress for a week-end hunting in the subject of farm debts. .
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THE CLEWISTON NE\VSoFriday_ December 14, 1934

present bona fide orders before receiving ORGANIZED labor demands a 30- I GERALD P. MAC GUIRE, I II -

CURRENT EVENTS a license. Details of war vessels but the, NRA ..super Let Our Motto Be
built for other nations would have to visors of manufacturing codes have

-be reported. Reports of licenses and drafted recommendations for a uniform GOOD HEALTH

orders would be turned, over to a central 40-hour week, feeling that what union BY DR. LLOYD ARNOLD

IN REVIEW! committee at 'Geneva and madea labor wants is Impossible of achievement Professor of Bacteriology and Preventive
PASS Medicine,University of Illinois,
matter of public record. A, permanent without: pushing prices so high 'T' 4t4PJ4Sk College of Medicine. ,,/' ,
commission Including n mem- that consumption would be I
seriously ; -------------------------*
ber from each signatory nation, wouldbe curtailed. The recommendations were I -

MORE WAR CLOUDS GATHERING empowered to Investigate transac to go first to the recovery board and RICKETS

tions. then to the President for his use in
OVER EUROPE INSULL AND Many persons have an Idea that
dealing with congress.
AIDES ARE ACQUITTED.! THERE Is bound to be another hot N I IC rickets Is n disease affecting young

in the senate over thev revamped children of Impov-
IN ITS review of current conditions,
By EDWARD W. PICKARD St. Lawrence:waterway treaty, the United States Chamber of Commerce e r Ish e d parents

Western Newspaper Union.* but It looks now as If President Roosevelt business only. But this is
says that Is gradually
French re In his not true. Rickets
ARCUIMBAUD, were justified expectation
Improving, and would be expandingeven
LEON of the budget, declared be- that the treaty will be ratified. Sena- more substantially were It not Is no respecter of

fore the chamber of deputies that it tor James Hamilton Lewis of Illinois, wealth. You have
for hampering effects of the New Deal.
was undeniable that an understandingexists leader of the opposition that defeated Issuance of obligations aggregating but to walk In vari-

between trance the pact in the last session, said in ous sections of a
hundreds of millions of dollars Is being
and Russia: and that Washington that he had heard rumors C J city to notice that
held back, the chamber finds, by these
the Soviet government that' some major'" provisions' involved In two conditions: there are Just aboutas
had offered armed aid the controversy had been eliminated In many evidencesof
1. Monopoly of the long-term Investment -
to France In case of a a new tl'eatyvith Canada that Is be- bow-legs, knock-,
market by federal government
conflict with Germany. ing negotiated. The omitted provisions, and municipal borrowings. knees, bandy legs

This caused great ex- he understood, have to do with the and arms, pigeon
2. The great expense to which Issu- l
cltement and the American share of the cost of the sea-' yG 9 L chests and square-
ers of securities are put to comply
office contented and limitations on the diversionof topped heads
French way with the ,requirements of the securities Gerald P. McGuire, a bond sales
itself with a denial water from Lake Michigan for the act. man of New York, is the man who is among the older persons in the well-to-

that there was any Chicago drainage canal. He added rumor accused by Maj. Gen. Smedley D. But' do sections as there are In the poorersections. ......

military accord. The also had it that the new pact would ,ler,of offering ,him the leadership of a .
Russian otter- was gen- acknowledge complete American sov- COMPTROLLER 'GENERAL J. R. Fascist army organized to take overt This is because when these persons

Col. Jean Fabry eraIy| believed to have ereignty over Lake Michigan.The thrown a monkey- ie national government. were children, doctors did, not know so
wrench Into part of the machinery of
been made by Maxim Lltvinov, Russian Chicago Association of Com- much about rickets as we do today.
foreign commissar, last spring to merce urges Senators Lewis and Die-, Relief* Harry L. Hopkins And It is to be hoped that no child
:" .Turning;down a, check from Hop COUPLE SHOT DOWN medical
the late Louis Barthou and again to his terich to continue their opposition to within the reach of modern
kins to the officials of the District of
successor, Pierre Laval. CoL Jean the proposed treaty, saying In part: BY BIBLE STUDENTHis knowledge will ever have to endure the
Columbia which
was to have started
Fabry, former French minister of war, "The apprehension we have felt physical handicap caused by this dis-
work on a housing development, Mr.
to Archimbaud's state- toward the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence ease.
gave support ,
McCarl held
that the '
ment by assertingthat France's knowl- waterway treaty Is not based entirely federal emergency Bride and a Priest Are the The only prevention and the only
relief act, providing for the grantIng r :...
edge of German rearmament, the details upon ,selfish interest., While we insist of 'funds for various relief Victims.New cure of rickets is an adequate supply ...
pur- '
of''German troops and Information that article VIII has no place In the'' could' not of vitamin D. Sunshine is a great "
to the
poses, apply acquisi-
concerning the secret manufacture treaty because of the unfair penaltiesIt i source of this important vitamin.It .
tion of real estate and the ,
construction Yor :.,-Rev. Joseph J., Leonard,
of arms and 'airplanes In the reich Imposes upon Chicago ..and'the stateof is for this reason that sun I suits l
of homes. This type of activity, forty years old, a Catholic priest, and
was supplied ,by Russia. The'two men Illinois, we, also 'see that realiza- he said, would be of a permanent and Mrs. Ruth Steinmetz, seventeen, Hollywood are ideal clothing for small children

were arguing for a large war budget, tion of the larger picture of a greater not an emergency nature, and the act movie dancer and bride of two whenever the temperature permits,,and
end Archimbaud Russia's and valley would be why It is good even in zero weatherfor
pictured more prosperous '
was adopted to meet emergencies.The weeks; were shot to death in a room
huge military machine working with Immeasurably impeded should the a child to have its nap on a sunny
FERA already has under way occupied by the priest at the: Knightsof
France as the only means of preserving treaty in Its present form be approvedby a program of "rehabilitating"! 80,000 ,Coluumbus' hotel. Mrs. Steinmetzwas' porch-the child of course to be ,kept

peace In Europe. the senate." farm families in homes and on land a granddaughter of former Sen- warm, and its face protected from the

The St. Lawrence treaty was one of which Is to be sold ,to them by the'government. ator S. H. Piles of Washington.The direct glare'of the sun. Ultra violet'
the live topics discussed In the annual light, too, is a source of Vitamin D.
Is worried by the admitted woman's husband, Joseph Lieb
FRANCE convention of the Mississippi Valley but, except In a few Instances, this Is .
Germany developed a '
Steinmetz, twenty-two, of Jewish birth, expensive
military air fleet of considerable size, association in St. Louis. SOBER minded American citizens who had been studying in Los Angelesto and impractical.
The other of VitaminD
composed of modern pursuit and bomb- It difficult to take seriouslythe become a Presbyterian minister, was great source
Ing planes, and Gen. Victor Renain, UNCLE[ SAM has had plenty of fantastic story that Maj. Gen. captured beside the bodies. He had -Is in a very limited list of
The oil from fish liver leads-cod
French minister of air, estimates that with' his "colonial" posses- Smedley D. Butler told 'to, the con.. an automatic pistol in his hand. He
the reich will have' from and small from liver: oil Is the one with which we are
by January sions very satisfaction I gressional committee was charged with the murder of the.

1,000 to 1100; of these machines, swifter most of them. Now comes Admiral )4' ;', I investigating un-Amer-, two. most familiar; next comes egg yolk ;
!) and there Is Vitamin D in butter
and better than those possessed by, Richard E. Byrd with the announce- ican activities. This The priest who of Our some
was pastor
France. Consequently he has asked the ment from Little America, Antarctica, I retired officer of marines ,Lady of the Rosary chapel and chap- fat, and Just .a trace ,of It in mother's

chamber of deputies for about $230- that he has claimed for the United I charges, that lain at Morris Hall, Home for this milk.
These foods also contain Vitamin A
000,000 to finance a program for recovering States the there Is a plot, en- ,
an area nearly as large as 'I' Aged, at Lawrenceville, N. J., was shot
the ground lost by French state of Texas, as a result of his south- gineered b 'y Wall twice through the left breast. ,One a very important health promoting

aviation., The task, Is already under polar, discoveries. f Street men, to' seize 'bullet l lodged 'In the t heart 'Mrs. Stein- general, anti-infective vitamin.
way, $32,500,000 having been out Since we are not able to control tho
spent Antarctic of the
A huge stretch of Ice-covered I the government' metz, an'ttractive blond, was shottwice'
of an appropriation for modernization. number of sunshiny days, our best
wastes had United States and setup
which previously through the left chest and once
of doing with rIckets Is tasee
hope :
r been considered to' be'over water, was a Fascist dictatorship -' through the wrist. away

AGAIN It may be said, that if or said by Byrd to be land. He made this .. I ,, n'd the chairman Assistant Chief 'Inspector John J. that the child gets the amount of
. --"" -; vitamin D that he should havo In the
.' another European war announcement In a radio message to I of the,committee, Rep- Sullivan In charge of the detective 'bureau -
breaks out It will Gen. Smedley resentative John W. food he eats. This is what medical
start the
among President Roosevelt following a flight and other police officials who arrived -
southern nations., The D. Butler McCormack, of', New science is trying to do now.
blaze lightedby east'into Marie Byrd Land. He.brought at the. hotel shortly after, the

the assassinations of King .Alexander backvith him conclusive evidence that York, considered the tale of, enough' importance bodies were found, .said Steinmetz acknowledged In this connection it might be inter

,.', and Louis Barthou In ,Marseilles is Marie Byrd Land runs In an unbroken to warrant the calling of witnesses the slayings.: Sullivan and esting also to note an 'old folk remedy
- that is still used in England and Ire- .
still smoldering. Jugoslavia's dele- line, from the Antarctic coast to theSouth' to prove or disprove General Assistant District Attorney Saul Price
{. In 'Butler made his story' public throughthe land. Dr. Langdon Porter, child specialist -
gates the League of Nations formally pole, and that a transatlantic quoted Steinmetz as sayIng that on
r;>: columns of the New' York Evening tells of visiting the rural dis-
charged Hungary with complicity in strait does not exist. Byrd declaredit finding his wife and the priest in the

::: the murder 'of the king, asserting she is all land, "overwhelmed by Ice." Post, as the proceedings' the 'com- latter's room, he fired several shotsat tricts of England and Ireland and

,' had harbored Balkan terrorists.: Hun- mittee are conducted in private.If Leonard. finding a concoction there that the

' gary demanded Immediate action by Butler is to be believed, he 'was grandmother In the family puts up-
ROOSEVELT'S "Then my mind was all In a whir!
; PRESIDENT power autumn for the .
Gerald P.MacGuire, every
the league's council on this accusation approached by
L program, as set forth in the Ten- I remembered nothing after that," the fills a jar with whole raw
declaring "the peace of the 'world"mIght bond salesman In the stock exchangefirm
beaffected.. The Hungarian nessee Valley authority and similar of Grayson M. P. Murphy and was quoted., eggs and then covers it with sour
projects, is attacked by the Edison wine. When the calcium In the shellsis
and urged to accept the lead
note asked that the matter be placed company,
on the agenda of the council's session ElectrIc Institute, which threatens to ership of a soldier organization of half, ,Pabst Estate Goes to dissolved, she stirs the mixture vIg-
I carry to the courts the matter of the orously strains out the membrane of
called to meet on December 3 to discuss a million men "which would assem- the Widow and Son "
the forthcoming In legality of the TVA. This Institute Is ble-probably a year from now-in the egg, and then feeds a spoonful of

Saar, so that Hungary plebiscite"defendIts the an association that Includes about' SO Washington, and that within a few Milwaukee, Wis.-:The will of Au- the concoction to the children once or

honor against might which per cent of the country's electric power days It could take over ,the functionsof gust' Uihlein' Pabst, naval lieutenant, twice a day throughout the winter.

have no other proceedings than Interests. Its president, Thomas N. the government. MacGuire, 'according who' was killed''ovember 10 in an air- Modern science approves this remedy.

purpose to compro- McCarter, said that he had obtained to the general, thought the overturn plane crasli'near the Palwaukee flying There Is calcium in the egg shell, vita
mise the
good name of the whole
garian nation." from Newton D. Baker 'and James M. of the government might be accomplished field, northwest of Chicago, was' filedIn mins In the egg yolk, and the acid of

Beck joint legal opinion declaring the peacefully and suggested the County court. It disposes'of the wine acts as a preservative.
The document then pointed out that IVA legislation ,to be "palpably un with ''an 'estate estimated at $500,000.
that "we might even go' along Since milk Is so generally a good food,
the council, under Article, IV of the constitutional.! / Roosevelt and do with him what Mus- Under the will Mrs. Eugenie Bour- health authorities in this country are

covenant of the league, may deal with In one of the.resolutlons adopted by solini did with the king of Italy." nique Pabst,' 'widow of the officer is now experimenting with four methods

any question affecting the peace of the Institute's board of trustees, the Butler's story continued : to receive ,an income ,of $20,000 a year 'of increasing vitamin D In milk to the
the world.:
administration; was accused Inferentially "He told me he, believed that, at from; a trust fund.. It Is provided that point where milk so treated will havea

It is, therefore, the duty of the council of "using public' funds to destroyby least half of the American Legion and when the Infant son of the couple sufficient amount of this vitamin to

to face this question as soon as competitive construction and operation Veterans ,of Foi.elgn'Wars would fol- reaches, the age of twenty-five the prevent rickets. The first, Is to treat

possible, it assorti>(l, "and thus guard the, existing Investments of pri-, low me. trust fund shall be split ',and that, yeast with ultra-violet light, which Increases -

against the grave dangers which might vate capital In public. utility enter- "MacGuire explained to me that they while Mrs. Pabst continues to draw the the amount of Vitamin D sev-

arise from the situation that Hungary prises." had two other candidates for the position annual $20,000 income, the rest shall go eral hundred times. This activated

is still bound to bring to the attentionof The Institute officers were ,empowered of Ian on the White Horse.: He to the child.Human yeast Is fed to dairy cattle, and theyin

the council." to take "any necessary steps" to said that If I did not accept, an offer turn secrete in the milk enough

The Jugoslavian charges were supported bring> about "a prompt adjudicationand would be made to Gen. Douglas Mac- Shield Slainin vitamin D for It to be antl-rachltic. 1.#,

by the other two states of the settlement of the matters in controversy Arthur, chief of staff of the United, A second method Is to expose the '

little entente, Czechoslovakia and :" States army, and that the third choice Holdup Duel dairy cows themselves to ultra-violet

Rumania. would be Hanford MacNider, former Detroit, Mich.-Charles Jones, ,unemployed light so that they build up their own

Italy, which has stood by Hungary, \ INSULL and his sixteen co- commander of the American Legion. father of three children, who vitamin D, and give milk with a higher,

was expected to refuse to grant extradition SAMUEL In the great mail fraud "So far as I know, neither General served as an involuntary human shield persentage of this important vitmain,

t to France of Dr. Ante Pavelich, trial In Chicago were acquitted by the MacArthur nor MacNider has been ap for a negro bandit's attempt to hold A third method Is to treat the milk

f" alleged leader of the gang that planned jury, despite the long work of the government proached. Their names were merely up a 'chain store here, was fatally Itself with ultra-violet light, and a

\, and carried out the assassination of _...;.., officials______n_ inF mentioned as 'alternates.' wounded In a gun duel between the fourth method Is to aeld'to the milk In

King Alexander. The court of appeals and present- The general said he was offered 'considerable bandit and a policeman. James Fer- concentrated form a tasteless cod-liver

i,' at Turin denied the application of 1--------. ,at an estimated sums "for expenses" which he rell was arrested He had been shot oil, so that the child gets both the milk

France: and It was believed the minister cost of $100,000. did not accept. He said MacGuire in- six times. and the valuable cod liver oil at the

!: of justice would confirm this rul- The verdict was timated that among the backers of the same time.It .

f.:-' ing. Mussolini's paper, II Popolo. F iMS reached on the third plan were Mr. Murphy and Col. RobertS. Mexican Divorces Is difficult to say as yet whlch'of

d'ltalla, In an article supposedly Inspired : ballot, and the attorneys Clark, a wealthy New Yorker with these methods will prove the best, andIt

r:' by II Duce himself, said Jugo for the prosecu- offices In the Stock Exchange build- Voided in California will be interesting to watch their development -

slavia's accusations against Hungary tion could say only ing; and he added that later Colonel Sacramento, alif.-The Third District All of them ,necessarilybut

. threaten to destroy all possibilities of that they had done Clark offered him money to go to the Court of Appeals has held Mexican unfortunately, add to the cost of

calming Europe's' clashing passions. their best. It was apparent American Legion convention in Chi- divorces obtained by residents, of the milk.
i 4 cago last year and make a speech for But unless you can get this vitaminD
that the jurors the United States who failed to establish -
r.- HUGH R. WILSON, American :N were not convinced retention of the gold standard. a bona fide residence In the southern milk, give your children a teaspoonful -
am- Samuel i Insull ft Clark at In France admitted --
present ,
p. th'at of cod liver oil and see that they
to Switzerland, laid before Insull and his republic are Invalid and In effect
he had asked Butler "to his
the disarmament conference In aides had an Intent to defraud. Thereare use a "fraud" upon the courts of :Mexico.: are out every sunlight day. Older children ,
Influence in favor of sound and
Geneva a proposal by the United other charges standing against Insult money may have the yolk of an egg.

States for International control of but whether or not there will be against inflation, but strongly denied Children with rickets not only have- ,
that he had sponsored Fascist movement Iowa Wed
a Couple
arms traffic and full publicity to pre- further prosecution Is undecided. In- softening: of the bones but they are- "

vent secret arming of nations. The sull said : 1,500 Feet in Air more liable to pneumonia and other : ",
Murphy and other Wall Street men
't proposal l was well received by most "I am ready to face these other trials said the story absolutely false Columbus Junction, Iowa. The diseases. ;t{
of the delegates, and It will be that Rickets occur most frequently during : !;;
studied I
are pending. have been vin- of motor served here
and unutterably ridiculous, and Mac- drone an airplane ,
by committees'In
January. dicated in this case and I am confident Guire, after being heard by the McCormack 'as wedding music for Miss Cleo Wai- the second half of the first year oflife "
By the American plan each and the first half of the second- I ,
that I will be vindicated In the
government others. Iowa and
would committee, said: "It's a Jokea lerick of Richland, Roger
license Its manufacturersof There were rumors that the former Junction. year. Dark-skinned people, as negroes "
publicity stunt. I know nothing Mc.Tunkin of Columbus They'were
munitions for five-year periods. and Italians, are more prone to-It than ''.:
Noreser'"e magnate If cleared of all : '
charges, about it. The matter Is made out of married 1500 feet above the local ': ,
manufacturers: would be allowed and planned to_ re-enter La Salle street and whole cloth. I deny the story completely 'airport. light-skinned people; their pigment :: ;,
would be required to the utilities field. ." arts as an armor against sunlight
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A simple thing, perhaps.yet a
very serious one, resulting loss
of strength..body weakness..,
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You will find S.S.S. a great, scien-

I tifically-tested tonic-not just a so-

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F SYNOPSIS speak, lowered her head and went In to "I'd be afraid to take a bet I am, ruined nose? Does It affect her ap- your case is exceptional, you

win, usually she succeeded. Doc. I handle my share o' nuts, too pearance greatly?" should faction soon of enjoy again the satis-
appetizing and
i f'i Theodore Gatlin decides to adopt a Well, she had her way, and when he and there's times they make;: me think;: "She's ugly when you look at her tlve digestion...sound sleep...and good renewed -

baby In a final effort to solve his matrimonial returned from Europe she had an ollice I'm bugs Instead o' them. My name'a first time, Doc, but after you've talked strength. Remember, "S.S.S.

, r troubles. But his wife has ready for him. She would be forty Dan McNamara and, I'm the chief of with her and looked some more the makes you feel like yourself again."
I never wanted her, and their affairs end
I In the divorce court Ten-year-old years old on !her next birthday, and police." shock sort of wears off. I got a notion not be blinded by the efforts of&

Penelope !Is given Into the keeping of after eighteen years of the drudgery of "Sit down, Chief. Drag over that that if her- nose could be straightenedup unethical substitutes.dealers You have who may sue-

I Mrs. Gatlin. At a baseball game a ball, private nursing she looked forward to armchair." lie smiled at Lanny and she'd be a goodlooking "girl.., As/i IDO thatS.S.S.supplied a right you on to
r hit Into the bleachers, strikes Penelope if her mind( .Its long years of preference
r I her position In Stephen Burt's office held up two fingers. maybe could he straight-
on the nose. Mrs. Gatlin spirits the your guarantee of satisfaction.
[ child to Europe. Gatlin retires from with pleasurable anticipation. That smile melted her. It alwaysdid. ened, she'd be a good girl."Know' .".- ". '

'" business, wills Penelope all his money: She met him at the ferry depot, and For five years she 'had 'been i tryIng anything about her ante- the world's

4( and is about to' begin a search for his he took her to his heart and kissed to b1.llIyhim- and his smile had always cedents, her background?" great bipodmedicine
i i daughter when a motor accident ends "I don't know and I can't find out. ,
i.' his life. Some ten :years later, In San her five times-twice on each cheek defeated her, for which. reason 0
''r Francisco, Stephen Burt is a rising and once on the lips. "Well, old pal," she often had a brainstorm! ..and threat She won't tell me." .

::1 young psychiatrist. he said almost immediately, "I'm a ened to resign his .service.. :' And she "It may be;" Doctor Burt suggested,

I'it specialist. Neurologist and psychiatrist would have done it, too;'for she was a "that, she doesn't know Has Blethen '" Pious Wish!

' CHAPTER IIContinued3 and you're to be my first pa- forceful woman, only for the fear that, finished ,with the case?" "May the devil 'cut the toes of all

tient. I must go over you thoroughly he might replace her with a nurse who, "Yes: sir.. lIe told me not to bother our foes, that we may, know them

't and see what makes you act theway didn't understand him-a la-de-la.young him' about her no more." by. their limping."

For the next four years Lanny did you do." thing, half-baked professionally:, "who Doctor Burt indicated his telephone. ': .-

not see her boy, but he wrote her and Success was Stephen's. Modest at would fall in Iqve with him and i make "Call him ,up, Chief, and 'ask him if.he"She's "

remembered her at Christmas; and on first, of course, but of rapid growth, him marry her. lIe was so. kind' and
her birthdays.: He was an honor graduate and Lanny knew why. His patients fell sympathetic Lanny knew hev uld

;V from the Leland Stanford Junior In love with him and advertised him marry her,. just to keep, her from feelIng .- y .
t endCoLDs
Medical school and was immediately
.., ,. to their friends.In bad.
given an interneship at the University two years Stephen Burt had repaid "D-n his sympathy," she growled" g3 ?ly,

hospital in San Francisco Inasmuchas Lanny with Interest ; the third as she prepared the drinks In an inner r
Lanny frequently had patients at :
he moved into room. "That's why he's worked to
year> new, sunny, roomy ._ -
that hospital they met several times
death. He'll die
and beautifully furnished offices, witha J'olwg'-o\'erwork- :
year. Lanny kept her ear to the waiting room as large as all of his, angina, the young fool That big, : : .

ground, barkening; to reports of his previous offices had been. He Joined, fresh, heavy-footed. cop How dare he I llPut MentHolaium relieve in
nostrils to
progress from worthwhile sources, and the best club in town ; he joined a' force his way in-the' big'tUll\ _And: III and
l learned that he was regarded as a irritation promote
drink for his :'work !"
country club, and resolutely Lanny getting a dirty : '
I /11 clear breaihino.Cres .
doctor of distinct promise.
young drove him out of the office on Wednes- She sniffed and served the highballs,
One day after he had been two '
day and Saturday afternoons to play "You're mighty sweet, Lanny," Doe- r -

years an Interne, they met In the cor golf. She denied him the "[privilege of tor Burt told her. Now..' run along

ridor. "J've been wanting to see you, naming his own fees because she knew home." : CO IM FO KT1 Dally

Stevie," Lanny began without any pre- they: would be too modest she I
; ; kept Lanny did not go. She1! knew that big 'c- ,
liminary fencing. It's time for your his free list to a minimum knowing of -
; moocher of a. chief 'police would
postgraduate course In Europe." all his friends she : FEEL TIRED Ae v-
supervised his social praise such''oid liquor and his host. ,
"Impossible, I.annJ'IJ': father ha> duties ; she kept his books and was avery would offer him a second helping. II
had a frightful reversal of fortune.He's \ 4 "ALL WORN OUT ?
devil of a collector ; 'she wrote'all "I've got a girl down-at Central station ,
done a father's full duty by me
his business letters and
signed them ," Dan McNamara was saying.
and I'm not going to graft off him an I for him she invested his ? Get Rid Poisons That
; money for "Shoplifting detail'pldked: !l her in'ru'l ; '-
-: perhaps sacrifice him In his old t'age.. up ,
him, and since she was no mean psychologist department store where she'd pinched Make :You HI
I'm self-supporting now and even savIrg ,
she could read a woman pa stockings. +
dozen and a half silk Petit
a little from my salary. In a few tient i a constant backache keepingyou
as she would a book. She
was and with the
larceny caught goods. I
miserable? Do suffer
years I shall be able to afford a modest his Admirable Crichton. and you
he rewarded sent a good man around to
try't burning, scanty or too frequent
office and In for general practice
go her with his confidence, his square the case with) the department urInation; attacks of dizziness,
"You've followed my program thu:: affectionate friendship and a perfectly rheumatic swollen,
feet and
store people, but they Insist on pressIng pains,
far ,and you'll continue until it's finished dazzling salary raise each Christmas. charges and' that's too bad because : ankles? Do you feel tired, nervous

," Lanny announced. "I'll loan lIe always kissed her at six o'clock she's got a couple of priors againsther. i.-.J "---all unstrung? .
the The five thousand dollars Then give thought to
you money. on the twenty-fourth day of Decem- Out on probation-suspended some your
your father gave me has grown to kidneys. Be sure they function
ber in each year for the five years sentence, you understand, Doc: And ,
for functional disorder
seventy-five hundred dollars-and I've I' properly, kidney -
preceding the late winter afternoon now she'll do two years In the Big permits poisons to stay In
I saved two thousand more, so I'm goingto : when Mr. Daniel McNamara called In House. 'S tough on the .girl." :-Ugly When You Look't ;Her the blood and upset the whole system -

bank you, and you shall pay me six behalf of the strangest patient Lanny'sbo "What'sour Interest In her., If she'sa ":the.., First Time, Doc." : .
1 t per cent: on the money you borrow, and had been asked for
ever to accept.It confirmed thief?" Use 'Doan's Pins. Doan's are
r secure me by life Insurance." She was had been has any ,objection to having me give thekidneys' only. They help the
a long, hard day. Doc- ,
"Well be '
she wouldn't
majbe "
: thoughtful for a few moments. "Well, her an unofficial examination. kidneys cleanse the blood of health-
tor Burt was tired, and a Mrs. Reginald had'tbe he
perhaps three years abroad will benefit thief If she'd breaks, defended '1 McNamara did so. Following a brief destroying poisonous waste. Doan's
Merton, who was rich and Idle '
you more than four years would an ordinary "Somebody must' have given conversation. he turned the telephoneover Pills are used and recommendedthe
man. So we'll cut the not very intelligent and hence neurasthenic her a sweet bust on the nose, because to Stephen world over. Get them from any
programto ; ,
had been fatiguing him with ,a her. beak's been broke and nothing'/' druggist.ForSemitiveSkim.
three After all must /
jears. you recital or"her ,- Stephen took l the telephone. "Doctor
have some comforts ; you've got to live and megrims. imaginary aches, pains left of it but a saddle.". ,f'- .Blethen.?* Curt speaking. The chief

like a gentleman. You will resign here He pressed a button under the desk, "Is she tough?" came .to my' office! about that girl he nOAH'S" PI LLSCuticuraSoap

\ today and I'll have the money for yon tapping out a code to "Is she tough?' Doc, she's so cough} has at the .central station. Notwithstanding -
message Lanny
I know It ain't natural. A as'
tomorrow.. and waited patiently. girl your report he has asked mo,
"01(, Lanny, you dear old sport, I lIe knew she would tough as her must be looney.' But as a personal l favor' to see the girl.
can't do that!" appear 'momentarily there ain't nothing tough about her You understand, however" ,
: and say: "I'm sorry Doctor ,
Thereupon Lanny struck him In a eyes or her mouth-and that's where "Yes l' understand.
Burt[ but Professor Finnegan has Just Burt, she's a
vital spot. Her stern and lonely soul you can always find toughness that's bad lot." ,
telephoned that fifteen '
are minutes
was touched, Not often did she in- late to you to been bred In the bone. There's some "Something the chief said has mIld-
your engagement meet thereat
German savant, Herr Dolctor thing about this'girl that's different: ly aroused my curiosity. If you would Is your skin pimply, rashy or easily
Uffitz." I Doc. I don't know what It is but I.. care to'in\ite me to discuss her case- irritated?,Then start using Cntlcnra

know this' much : she wasn't always understand I' have no desire to intrude > Soap now. Containing medicated,
. He waited three minutes and sentan- tough. I want you to give her the once -" emollient and healing properties, it
I other code message to Lanny, addingthe over." ; soothes and comforts tender,sensitive
. I ,- "I'm through with leer, Burt. Help skins'and them
word does much
"Help Still Lanny did not "I to keep
understand there Is
appear, so he said with his disarmingsmile ; a psychologistand yourself, old man. However, take a clear, healthy and in'a. vigorous condi. 1
z ;C- J "Mrs.: psychiatrist Doctor Blethen tip from me and don't let that fellow tion. '
Merton the five o'clock who does all of the ,
whistle has medicolegalVorl McNamara sell himself to you. If you Write for special folder on
and I can't listento
J' another for the 'department, Chief. I wouldn'tcare do he'll keep you busy. I doubt If any the care of the skin. '
word I'vejust remembered to examine the girl except on his Address. : ""Cutlcura"Dept., t
man on earth can run a criminal downas
Maiden Mass. ,
a most pressing engagement, so Invitation.! ,
now if you do not at I shall promptly as McNamara ; he has a'
go once
"Yes, I know. Question of ethics,
photographic brain and
never forgets
have to throw "
/4Y you out. \ I and while the question, Is. being debated a face or a fact ;, but after he's landed Mouth 'Clear PLATES
t He had her by the arm and out the this girl, gets hauled Into '
I a yegg in his cooler hedevelops an ab- M
: l I [ door before she could think of another and takes the rap on..the old chargeof normal yearning. to find out what made ::0 oo By Mail
symptom. Then he locked
1 : the door, grand theft. I know Blethen. I've him act that way. Mac's a softy"

put both legs up on the desk and tried him and he says '''this girl Is, a "Exactly. Thank you, Blethen. Still, ? Roofless S1 S.00
loaded and lighted his pipe, just as the natural hoodlum ,
and mentally and \
blind w'Ill. sometimes find
a pig an
door to his nurse's office opened and Ii} Full $10.00
physically healthy. He
says she's got
1 acorn, Wand something. he saidGoodby. -
Lanny said : more Intelligence than. any ten girlsin ." .. You take your own impression

"I'm so sorry, but Professor Finne- Vassar. She must be smart too because 'in
: Lanny entered. "There's a, young plaster the same as a
gan"She's she told him he was a fool, and woman In the waitjng room," she announced dentist does.

gone. Where did you go, -I agree with her" : "She said to me. 'Wherethe Box"
leaving me here to suffer?" Doctor Burt was silent, for he was -h-1'3 that bonehead of a chief Send $2.00 for "Impression Bite

"I was In the waiting room placatingan Intensely ethical and would. ,not critI-, g'one2' Lanny looked at Dan Me- Money returned If you are not

insistent visitor. I told him you cize a fellow]] doctor. Namara severely over the rims of her satisfied when you examine it.

had gone for the day but he flashed "I've heard a lot about you," the spectacles. "Friend of yours?" she MIAMI DENTISTS

some sort of ,police badge at me, said chief of police continued. "You're regarded queried witheringly., .
he wasn't and that the best 219 Shoreland Bldg.,Miami,Fla.
nutty his businesswas as psychiatrist and "Yes," McNamara admitted, "and
: First National Bank,Miami
private. neurologist in San Francisco. So don't Doc's new patient. Bring her In and'

"Whenever you admit a person whose talk to me about the capable Doc he'll give her the once over" WNU-7' -34

business is private and personal I amcalled I Blethen. I want you to look this girl "But Lanny shook her head. "This

upon for mental and physical over." .' '
nut shop is close for the day,," she
effort, sans a fee, Lanny. I'm tired. His huge face brightened as- he sum- told him. "Bring her around at o'ne .rn-,. ,

"Oh, Lanny, You Dear Old Sport. "What you need, dearie," said Lan moned 'a thought that would bolster up o'clock tomorrow. The doctor has fifteen aI

I Can't Do That!" ny, "is a nice, long, cool, highball." his. plea. "She don't cuss me Doc.: minutes then." -

# "And while you're on the job get I've -asked her all about herself, and. TO BE CONTINUED. S//N.

dulge herself In the weakness of tears, me one, too," a deep voice spoke from I'm sureshe, tells me all she knows, .

but breast they heaved.Ht flooded. her eyes ,now and her the door behind her. but she don't know anything; She's Whale Is a Mammal 4;;)( needs more

I "It's that police person," Lanny bound to like, you, Doc, and when she One of the commonest popular errors .,, than cosmetics
was always touched at the sight cried. likes' anybody-now, Doc, I've got a of zoology is the notion that |the p Beauty of skin comes

;- of suffering; the vast underlying sympathy "It is," the police person agreed notion, you can get her confidence. whale Is some sort of fish. It is not; Etomwithin.Whenconstipadon *

r ': '' In his nature would 'never have without malice, "and even if I am a such-an extent you can prong down it is 'a mammal which went to, sea, asserts clogs the wastes.r&iys.s pores

,' ::-' It otherwise. Abruptly she left him I cop, I'm too smart to bo fooled by the into her soul and locate, the trouble. a writer, In the Cleveland Plain I

She knew he would seek her out later, fibs of any woman.- How are you, I hear men like you do things. like that Dealer. The whale Is warm-blooded 1 F Tea. Helps relieve thecloMedsystcm
,+4-; to protest at greater length, to avow Doc?" nowadays." has a well-developed brain and in all' 3r' promptGARFIELDTEA; -.
.T Jy.mddJy,elleCfJ nly. I
himself her eternal debtor for the "Tired," he murmured.- "Worn to a 'Doctor Burt smiled "Sometimes we other respects ,shows a far higher or yoxrdrudstore2ic&1tk

offer and again decline It. / razor edge .talking'sanely to the insane uncover complexes or mental reflexes; ganization than any of the; fishes. its

!4 ; He called upon her at her lodgings and the semi-sane, the sub-normal and frequently we do not. 'And when 'we young are born, alive, and are suckled

J that night-and Lanny won. It was a the abnormal. You appear sane, officer. have uncovered them we:cannot always and cared for ,by the mother' as' with

''. Lard battle, but when Lanny, so to Are you?" cure them. You say this girl has a land mammals. '

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The Clewiston News
Public ForumPost al weeks ago. 10. I will always give my gun a A
thorough I
cleaning as soon as am.
Dr. Williams, the new minister of
Published every Friday in Clewiston, through firing.REMEMBER r
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, the Community Church, who is rap- Chop Suey Dinners :

Inc. idly becoming a most important and r
_, Office Box 1795, R Tuesday from 6:00 to 8:00 HB
University of Kentucky, beloved community figure, had an AT CHRISTMAS TIME :
Keathley Bowden, Editor 0fl ,
Lexington, Kentucky, interesting experience a few days SPECIAL BROILED STtiAIv

December 3, 1034. ago. The Doctor purchased a leg of Christmas .day-for the several s flfl -
class mall matter Dinners Thursday Night
Entered second '
as Editor lamb In a local market and gave In- hundred little orphan and homeless r flB
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Clewiston News, care
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Clewiston, Florida. Society p
minutes later a dear little lady ad-
the Act of March 3, 1897. will be sad, dis-
unhappy and
Dear Sir: dressed him rather timidly and introduced a e !Mis. F'\ L'. Maxwell, Pro B
Your publication las been selected appointed day, unless good friendsall 'S O
herself "I noticed instructions .
Subscription rate, |2.00 per year. : your 4 aaaaDK.anman
application. as a typical example of the com for dressing that leg of over Florida .come) forward to ] > =38 = rIIrrrfx
Advertising, rates en United I meet the needs of these little
in the
I munity newspaper lamb," she said, "and I felt sure poor
I. States by the professor' of journalism youngsters, for'the treasury of the
Devoted to the advancement and you were either English or
at the University of Kentucky.: society is not only utterly depleted,
welfare of'Clewiston and Hendry "Half and Half, madam, repliedDr. I
It Is to be studied and a survey is revealed but there is a deficit of over ten
County. Williams, and the lady ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
to be made by the students in the that she also was half Welsh and thousand' dollars which must be met REQUEST

Community Journalism class. This]| half English, and some of her rela- soon if the great statewide work of -

Speaking of animal cooperation survey will include community pap tives were known to the Doctor. the home society is to go forward. C.: E. STEBEL

ers from all parts of the country. They had quite a conversation in The immediate Christmas needs of

during these "relief days". there'sthe Inclosed you will find 24 cents In their native Welsh and in English, the home society are first-good Electrical Contracting
and the wolf,.-Winter Ha- family homes for two hundred
stork stamps which will, I trust, cover a most pleasant meeting, and all because over
'ven Herald. the cost of at least four consecutive I I the Doctor gave directions for homeless boys and girls from six to PHONE 2121

editions of the Clewiston News, to be i sixteen years of age. Second, moneyto PAHOKEE, FLORIDA

sent to the above address at your I-I provide Christmas cheer for 'all
The two fairy stories "Time will :
earliest convenience. I suggest that : the little ones under its care in receiving Agent for
i i i A wonderful treat wasin store for
not be extended .on auto tags this the November issues will be satisfac- I those attending the Community I homes in Jacksonville, Lake- GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS

year" and "Yes, Virginia, there IS tory. Church Sunday evening, by the way, land and Pensacola, the Miami child-
ren being cared for the Junior RANGES AND
a' Santa Claus" are now timely. Yours Truly. and the music will long be remem- by
William M. Carrel.RAMBLINGS. bered by church folks here. Dr. Williams League of that city Third, provis- APPLIANCESDEEP

ions, canned goods, preserves, meats,
had several guest musicians
what Jean Harlow
We don't know -x-.r----:":":":":":;>>:":":":'--o: are needed together with nuts, can-
from Fort Myers, whose talent provided -
finds against her 3rd husband, but dies, fruits and vegetables for the

with two already gone, he otta know .1 f I the program.many And beautiful our' own numbers quartetteand on Christmas dinner at the three receiving 19gggrrilm0qqpqa9 10ifritArrElA

he's vulnerable.-Palm Beach Times. homes. Fourth, children's,
pianist were never better. All ROCK WATER
I clothing, shoes and wearables of
every -
lovers of music should have been

Great Britain, not having a new .:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:--:.-:.-) there. kind and siz"e are greatly ne d-I I Five Gallons 25c
I ed, particularly winter clothing, ,
be In the throes of -
deal, must ?still )
If you are a lover of beauty and II sweaters, coats and quilts, blankets
depression.. The Duke and Duchessof SPORTSMAN'S CODE 'Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays and
think the Everglades a drab, color-I and comforters. Fifth, toys, games,
Kent honeymooned In a borrowed lrida; 's. Lean order at B & II store. I
less place in which to live, take a dolls and goodies-with some that ,
castle. 1. I will never allow the muzzleof Your business appreciated. .
little drive by our directions. We: are suitable for older boys and girls.
to point at anything
my gun
Some complain that all the 1935 want you to see the canal along the I which I do not ,intend to shoot. Who wilL offer to be Santa Clausto G. P. BarrowBflflflBBBBflBBnHBHHBBBBBBflBaB

auto tags are not the same shade of street from the U. S. Sugar corpor- 2. I will never load my gun when these hundreds, of homeless and
ation's laboratory to the Ridge. It helpless children under the of
yellow. They are called "grapefruityellow" care
the muzzle is pointed at any part of
so perhaps some of them I can be reached by driving out the "Florida's greatest charity"?
my body or at any person; nor standin
street beyond Dr. Ezelle's residencethe Applications for children shouldbe -
are not ripe yet. front of anybody who is loading a
(0 '
( west side of the government gun. sent to 'Marcus C. "Daddy" Fagg. : r@ .L"'1'F_( 'Y':Qr' l'IS- J.J

Gilbert Freeman, just before the reservation) and turning to the 3. I will never cock my gun and 428 St. James Building, Jacksonville -

state press meeting, wound up one rIght. to follow the street on the I pull the trigger for fun. Moneys should be sent to the Counselor and Attorney at Law

of his letters to the editors "love banks of the little winding canal. 4. I will never shoot directly ata state treasurer, R. V. Covington at Hopkins Building
The water, the shrubbery and the the same address or to Major Wil-
and kisses, but since the Ocala flat, hard surface, a bottle or.similar Wednesdays and Saturdays
meeting he has gotten more partic, care-free lazy atmosphere which object, as the bullet is certainto liam Steitz, Lakeland; Grover C. 9:30 to 4:00 -
ular. they create, might have been trans- Zaring, Miami, or Harry A Lurton,
ricochet (glance) from it.
planted from the Old .World. You Pensacola.
5. I will handle without
never a gun -
The town clerk who exact: a kiss can almost hear the gondftlier: .humming first opening the breech to be Provisions, toys, goodies, wear- .Watches. Clocks, Jewelry

from the bride as a fee for the license as he poles along:, the.. pfctur-I sure the gun is empty and looking ables should be sent to the receiv- Rear or

is said to look like Santa esque ,waterway. : through the bore to see that it is ing homes of the society: 2560 Riv- Clewiston Druse. Company

Claus. Perhaps some of the grooms But let's not get romantic right,clean. ersi Jewelry .Repairing
find out later the gift of a marriage at Christmas-time; it's only' ten days I I 6. I will never carry my gun load- Jordan street, Pensacola, or 802':

license is like a lot of other useless. off and there's much to be done. : ed except when hunting and will be South Pennsylvania street, Lake I W. H. MERRITTWATCHMAKER
Christmas Including the matter of Christmas land.
thingumabobs. locked & JEWELER
sure that it Is In the "safe" I ,
decorations. The Garden Club is Anything that children from wee
position. _
sponsoring a Christmas decoration babies up to sixteen of age! v
We thought prohibition has beena years
7. I will
never shoot at a song bird P. O. Box 521
complete flop, but ran across a contest that is open to every resi- or harmless animal for sport and can eat, wear or enjoy will be glad

lady the other day, who has spent dent of Clewiston and that ;costs no- I will always be sure that no wounded ly welcomed.

a couple of hours unpacking her thing to enter. Two prizes will be I game is left to suffer. I

glasses. They had been packed .away awarded, one for he best, decorated i I
8. I will remember that a .32 cal- x
during repeal, and now since liquor doorway and the other for the best iber bullet will travel threequartersof The New

has become legal she was preparingto decorated Living Christmas Tree. a mile through air, through nine '1\t\S COUGH D/0/ ;:::!

serve it."WE Judges will view the entries on Sunday inches of ordinary board, and will CLEWISTON WOOD

I night, December 23rd and againon ricochet a long way across water. I Real Throat relief 1I I I

MISS YOU, DADDY Christmas Eve morning: The two I 9. I will always put my gun muzzle 'Medicated with ingredients YARD

visits will give everyone a free first I of Vicks VapoRub
_through a fence before I
No better editorial on highway hand with decorations. The lighting I climb the fence-and I will climb I Phone 336

safety has come to our attention effects will be seen In the' night over between the next two fence IJ J

'" than one under the title, "We Miss viewing and other decorations that I
1 ,You, Daddy", which appeared first might not been seen to best advant- I --- ----------- ---- --=--- -

in the Rockville, (Conn.) Journal.An age at night will be displayed next :I

English professor would not giveIt morning.The I II I 0 ... .i' .".
., ,s.
100 percent grading, but it gets Club is due much credit for .
: : F 0 R S A L E > :: ::
the message across in a manner that stimulating activity along, worth I l. .- ."
will long be remembered: while lines. Decorations will do much: .' ':' ..

"Those whose homes are blessedby to have us all imbued with the holiday Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment

little children know that the spirit. I! iI nI
children think the world of,. their I The Legion lads over the week-

,parents and no matter whether Dad- end rather crowded out some of the]I 'j' I :s: 'i.

dy Is a business success or a flat week-end enthusiasm for golf; but t.x

failure, in the eyes of those: little the flag tourney went along nicely' yX
ones he is' the biggest and most Important Sunday morning with plenty of entries A -- V1. ..

person on earth, except Mo- : Speaking of golf reminds us X if
ther. that Father Finnegan made an eagleon A I y
Y v
;r': "Tuesday morning there was a fatal number 7 a few days ago. Number .:. : ..

accident on the Mlnterburn Hill 7 is a par five hole 446 yards .. .Y. -XV S ':.
and when the medical examiner was long. Father 'Finnegan's second!!! XA S ,r. 1f'.' ,.

going through the pockets of the shot landed on the ,green, but was I : .:. 2 '',

dead man, to list what valuables about 30 feet from the cup. ::A long XA Vk p i Y :

there were, or what papers were. on i putt did the trick and Fr. Finnegan. I. .:.' ..... -"
the body, a telegram was found. It i recorded a 3. :: .:. .!. fG -
.'. .. '
was not very long, just. the ordinaryten Young Jim Harrington is _an up-' H:: .:. .:. .....
word length but it had a. message I nnd-coming golfer;, in case you_ d n't

". that would make any father I realize it, possillv a .-.'Sarazen .Xx" f

happy. It read: : in the making. He shoots con- .} x"y .Xx
'We miss you, Daddy. when are sistently good golf and plays; right ':' :x"X x"x.: ..,.:.
', I I ''
InI : :.1.:.
you coming home. along with men twice his age Y .

"That, was all. It was a message years and In golfing experience. HP v.'. i. ...
sent by one of the children of the I has a 41 to his credit. and .we are 1 *x.x / 1
".' .:.
man who had been killed. lIe had received all looking forward to the time when I .s'

the message and was homeward I we can say "Jimmy Harrington' !. ? Oil, I yAY

bound. The clothes were',minus t yes! I knew him when-". XX X1

money but in his pocket he carriedtha't The 6th District of American Lc- + x's'

message. ;ion Posts held its quarteily: confer- :

"Those who have little childrenand mce in Clewiston Sunday afternoon Y f j5 .' ... ..
those who were once little ( sounds like an old-fashioned Me- | yAy

; children, can think of the great blow hodist affair, but it wasn't) and
tb the child when tho. fatlxr did return *ie Legionnaires came from far and 11 Y y VA's'
;; home-dead. st"ar. The 6th district is tho prize Vt .. .:"

"Daddy will bo missed by those district of the state, having reported i. : h AY
children In the long years ahead. No 100 percent membership before any jt.x* A
.. .. .
/ longer will they have his support, his I othor district. The Clewiston Post : .x. .. .s.

earnings and more. important his I lead the list with a membership of _:;: :X X. Pay The Balance Like Rent :: t (

,,, companionship.' 127 percent, and the local lads were "

'' "IF ever there was a reason for royal hosts Sunday. Neighboring I IH xX WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :i U ;

people driving carefully on the road Posts' from out of the district
it is that were :i k: ::XX: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME ';' .}
might get In an acci- invited,-the Belle Glade and Pnho- XX
'. dent and deprive their own child kee Posts sending good delegationsand

!.,' .' or some other child, of their 'Daddy.' tho West Palm Beach Post arriving Clewiston ding

r;'f)s'.'.. "More might be written, but no with the Voiture of the 40 and II; i HomeI'II AssociationU. -3.I

.. more can be said than the ten words 8 Society which played such an Important II ,

I -. We miss you Daddy. When are you part in. the East: Coast's.welt 102AGE

"" ;,:..:--..,: coming homey :-.. come to !Leglojmare5 r:; cnroute to the .:. .!. ;.

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,.-'..........................":-.................:........-..........-..-..-..-..-..- Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs., Leah SOME: COLD WEATHER, PACTS but Mr. Sally states that to insure'a ..:11:..:N:11 X1:1:N:N 11:N N NN- :.-;.:N N:ti N..:..:NON N:

:i.1: Spicer spent Wednesday in West good job all traffic will be kept off '::: :i: _

: Personal Mention :;: Palm Beach selecting toys and deco- There was plenty of ice in the until completion. Traffic :: l,detour i'i'on I; New and Used ..!:.. ',.':

x rations for the Community Christ- field near the U. S. Sugar corpora- the old Clewiston read from ,t, ',

4V V*-*..**.*..*-*-*-*..*..*-*-V*..*..*..V.*..*..*..V*-*..*..% mas Tree, which the Legion and tion cane breeding station here Smoak's Corner. I '11;
Garden Club are sponsoring.Mrs. Wednesday and Thursday morning.The ':0:,
W. Bruce
:Mr. and Mrs. .J. were
ice was formed from spray 'h '1
shopping in Fort Myers Saturday. HOME: OWNERS MUST PROVEEXEMPTION .
from out-door sprinkling system "

daughter. Bessie, Mrs. Whiddon Wilbur Bishop and left her and made an a rare and impressive CLAD :I i:. BELLE GLADE :!.;:. .:)

J. H. Peeples of Citrus Center was sight for the Everglades. ".
o,. yesterday for their home in Gaines- Tallahassee, Dec. 6 (FNS-. :: .
S in Clewiston Wednesday on business. ville after a' week's visit here with Outdoor spigots were frozen IFURKIIURE |
Six Article 1 of the state
Thursday morning and many house- Chapter '
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Whiddon and .i. ..
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman. wives were pouring boiling water Constitution defines the existing. Belle Glade Florida ,
Mrs. Fred Moltz of Lake Worth %
provision of the law, with whichFlorida
over them to thaw the ice. Indoor I .
. was a visitor in Clewiston Wednes- spigots:! in the temporary homes home owners must complyin :$;:: Next Door To Theatre :f;;: .'

day. Earl R. Fontaine of Tampa was a built 1 by; the Atlantic Dredging and order to set up a legal, homestead :?:: : ,

business visitor here over the week Construction company for its em- claim. Individual home owners who .:N:N M 11:N N:N:.:N N:.,.,..:N:..:..:N:N:N:.,N:..:..:..:3 .

.- .... M. M. Cooper of West Palm Beach end. Mr. Fontaine was purchasing ployees were also frozen. wish to prove an exemption status -

visited friends in Clewiston Wednesday agent for the .:United States Sugar Joe Masters, golf pro. reports claim to take advantage of the re,

corporation here until he left last that nothing remains intact on the cently ratified' homestead exemption ,, ,, ,, v ,, v v. 7

summer to make his home in Tampa.Mr. golf course in the way of shrubberyor amendment will be, required to fol- .'i.. EVERGLADESH'f ..... ."-:

Mrs. Olin Carleton was the guestof trees except the Australian pines. low the constitutional procedure, :: : :,

Mrs..J. N. Maloy in Moore Haven and Mrs. Paul Irons are leav- Even some of the grass seems to be outlined as follows, : -1 1FUNERAL: I :.!:. "
I : : ,
Tuesday.Mrs. ing today for St. Petersburg. Mrs. nipped. And incidentally, there have "Designation, of homestead bj .0.I '/,

Irons will remain with her daughter, been very, :very few golfers out this owner before levy-Whenever any :+. : *-**ivF T? ::

II. J. B.: Scharnberg and her Miss Betty Jane, at their home there week. person, being the head of a family 'i.. J.lJ.. ._. -.
nephew, John Lucaa spent Mondayin residing in this state, shall desireto'
till after the holidays. Mr. Irons will Several farmers, among 'them M. ,Y .1. "

Miami. return after a week-end there and H. Crouch, paid negro laborers $1 an avail himself or herself of thr :X Y: Licensed Funeral Directors .;..

will join his family later for Christ- benefit of the provision of the Con- and %: '
hour to work Wednesday night pull- X: Embalmers
Mrs. M. H. Crouch and Mrs. E. L. stitution and laws exempting property : %:
mas. ing bean vines from the ground and I h
Stewart were business 'visitors in loading them hastily in trucks. They as homestead from, forced :&: Ambulance Service .;. ,
Tampa Monday. I I sale under of law, he 'l y
any process or
Phillips Davis, government inspector were protected in a warehouse over- Y

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor andMrs. has been transferred to Belle night and next morning were picked she may make statement, in writ- :Y.:: CLEWISTON, IHONE328- :i:

R. Y. 'Patterson were visitors in Glade from Clewiston. F. A. Flanders from the vines and shipped to a ing, and declaring that the same is y .

Miami Monday. who has been one of the inspectors market that was top notch in price.B. the Homestead of the party in whose :v.i: PAHOKEE, PHONE 2301 J

I on the McWilliams job, is Elliott, Ford dealer of Paho- Such behalf statement such claim shall shall be be signed made., by .:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:.o:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
'_ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. M 1\lul- on the Moore, Haven hurricane gate. kee, swears his ears were frostbitten. -

len spent Sunday in Arcadia and ant I Paddy Ryan and L. M. Knapp have He went bird hunting 'and got the party making the, same and recorded -

Wauchula. been transferred to' Clewiston. Mr. out and walked around an hour in in the office of the county u "h"' ."""'"

Knapp returned this week from a the biting wind till his ears hurt judge." q

fir Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sparks trip to Chicago and Kansas City to him so bad he gave up hunting. And 1 You Wreck 'Em

:'!:-... were week-end visitors in West bring his family to Florida for the when he got in the closed car and
- Palm Beach. winter. They are inaking their homein started home, he said they burned W e. Fix 'Ein

Moore Haven. like fire, and next day were sore as '. SUCCESSFUL

Dr. O. F. Schiffli and Jay W. Mo- could be. A narrow escape, anyway. ( J J HOMEMAKING PAINTING.- BODY AND

ran were visitors in Belle Glade :MRS.: POOLE ENTERTAINS The papayas and bananas were I FENDER WORK

Sunday evening.J. BRIDGE CLUB OX TUESDAYThe about the sickest looking shrubs I I t By RUTH MAVIS STONE TOPS'- SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY

next morning But the greatest con

E. Settle of Charleston, West Bridge Club met at the homeof cern, from a standpoint of beauty, I SOUR CREAM WAFFLES
Mrs. Grover Poole Tuesday after- Done by An Expert
is the fact that cocoanut palms and i
Virginia' was the guest of friends in 1 cup sour cream 4 tbsp. melted :
Clewiston Friday. noon for the bi-weekly meeting. even royal palms were nipped. It is 2 eggs shortening Courteous Service

Novel tallies were oilcloth pot- not believed that the trees were kill- 1 cup self-rising 2 to 4 tbsp. wa Work Guaranteed.
holders, each with a memo pad and flour ter or milk
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lawler and ed, but the palm, fronds will remains Prices Reasonable.
Beat the egg yolks, add sour cream
pencil for keeping scores. High score
children ar and brown until they' fall off,
were business_ visitors in
hand then sifted flour; combine well\\ adi
prize, a pair of decorated can-
Fort and it will be a matter of several
Myers Saturday.Mr. .
dle holders containing bath salts, months before Mother Nature elim- shortening, and lastly, beaten 1':;: PIONEERService
whites. If the dough Is not liiii
Mrs. R. A. Ballard. A
and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie left was set of won salt by and pepper containerswas inates this ugly reminder of our bit- enough to pour add. lolilatcr o Station 1,

Wednesday for their home in Lake- ing cold snap.
needed desire
milk as to give the !
awarded Mrs. Ezelle for low : BELLE GLADE PHONE 10 .
land for several days.J. And personally, we moved our consistency. This amount maliC.stll.: ..(.< .
score, and a box of stationery wentto typewriter and notebooks to our large waffles. The amount of fa Wrecker Service at All Hours
Mrs. Dave Alston for ,
cut prize.
G. Allhands returned to Fort home, where we could shut off one I I called for: Is necessary ,..when the Jm; ... ,-
Frozen salad, wafers, date roll
Myers Sunday after spending several small room and sit beside a cheater' Is not greased.' With a greased inn
and coffee served to Mrs. Dave
days in Clewiston on business. were to type. The dasEes out for news the amount _should he ful In half.
Alston, Mrs. Fred ,Maxwell, Mrs. Ivy . . . . .
: were expeditions requiring all our SOUR CREAM NUT BREAD A'..................NMNN11.. .-.H.NM. .-.......-....-.
Pafford, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. C. W.
Mrs. J. .F. McLure attended'bridge a courage-for be it known we are 4 cups flour U cup of mill ,
party: 'given by Mrs. F. D. McDonald, Mrs. J. W. 'Ezelle, M'rs. of the rare genus, a native Floridlan' *i cup sugar or enough II I
G. B. Thomas and Mrs. R. A. Bal- 2 eggs make 'm 0 I s :
King in Moore Haven Tuesday.Mrs. and we frankly' ain't used to such.
lard. 2 cups thin, ,sour dough
1"I 1"-
weather. cream ,1 ?4 cup of (chopper; Good FarmLand .
H. A. Bestor. Mrs. R. Y. Pat- nuts
terson, Miss Vilma Rhodes and Joe SCHOOL WILL GIVECHRISTMAS NEGRO SHOT AT MIAMI LOCKS Sift the flour. nc>:t'the eggs; mm I
PROGRAM bine with milk and;) add( to tlcur I' i
spent Saturday shopping in
form n moist and faIrly still il'iush; .
Miami. Harry Cole, a negro, was shot yesterday (
... (Continued from page 1) Add nuts ,ned mote milk If IK( c'IM:
morning in a quarrel over a
Mrs. Malcolm W. Mrs. Al- Oglesby. dime known Turn into two well.reasell: loaf pan I .
Bigg, by a strange negro onlyas
bert Hill, Mrs. F. M. Wright and Play--Signs of the Season, First "Joe." "Joe" had been in the set the pans In a cold oven lira ,for Rent
Grade pupils. I gradually to a temperature of :: Frances and Nancy Wright spent neighborhood but a few days. Hand
. Reading.-The First ChristmasGift II 325 degrees" and hake: about rill minutes
in Fort
,. Saturday Myers. Cole quarrelled and Joe shot
Gloria McDuffie. or until the b-ead Is 1IlIt-IIrll\\'I;
three times, the first shot piercing
Play, and pageant-Little America and firm, to the touch. The bie-i"
Jimmie McKenzie, of Lakeland Cole's left arm above the elbdw,
Betty McDuffie, Sleep Fairy, Ev- should he allowed to cool p.irtlalh ..
spent the week-end here at the the second, one grazing his hip and
Hare then wrapped In a tmvel or ('\'t':1thicknesses'
Clewiston Inn with his parents, Mr. ; English Child, Margaret the third missing entirely. "Joe" escaped -
VonMach; French Child, Alice Cow of paral'ln paper ard
and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie. from' the awe-stricken witnesses -
: I art; ,Dutch Child, Bobbie Spicer;; a bread-box 2-1 hours heflln'11
but bloodhounds from
( ting. The crust will\ he soft and ne TrespassersWill
/ S. A. Simms of Lakeland, maintenance I Norwegian child, Floy Nelson; Aus- Glade were put on his trail shortly.He not be removed when m.iui'v: sa: .....

< superintendent of' the Western trian child, Julianne Oglesby; Rus- had not been arrested, last night, wiches.I Be,

I*' Union for Florida, was a business sian Child, Peggy Gallant; Spanish but officers were on his trail. II

; t visitor here Thursday. Child, Rhunelle McGeehee; Santa's: I j ProsecutedClewiston

tlf:" Elf, Dickie Patterson; Angel, Thel- I
;: SURFACING FOR ROAD, 67 Helped( Purify ElectionsThe I IIn
{:., Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Poole and son, ma Guthrie; Chinese Child, Eliza- TO BE APPLIED THIS WEEK Australian ballot was nrst proposed

; ', John, and Mr.:, and Mrs. I. M. Paf- beth Gary; German Child, Willie V. to the legislature: of smith: / Ajitrulla <

":;:: ford and daughter, Ann, were business Hooker; 3 Shepherds, George Bestor (Moore Haven Democrat) I l hy u mcmliei KiiinrKS i I nit p--
::: visitors in Miami Saturday. Jimmy Harrington, Bill Owen awaited topping for
The long ton. The ,plaii waw t'lllhllru'.1llid btuclime i I I'e
5' : 3, Kings, Bobbie Patterson Bill
Cow- .
Road 67 was expected to begin this a law mid,'!' the IDIIUP lit| HI
f'{ Dick C. Miller of West Palm art, Jack Moorman; Mary, Althea morning at the junction of Road 67 elpC't1l1n11"1 lit Hun i,'_'!iIa PUMtn !IX.->" fif

:/::' Beach, a former resident of Clewis- Ford. and Road 25' at Fred Whidden's L The

f!:',' ton was greeting friends and trans- Christmas carols will be sung by Service Station six miles south of I

;'; ; acting business here the first of the the church choir of the Community town if weather permits. The workis I if
:::;. week. Church, which will remain unseen tH I: I I
/ being done by the Manley Con-I' I
during the performance.A 1USKYThflATSOvertaxed
w struction Company, of Ocala, for
; C. Nelson, assistant special musical number will bea r '
engineer in Company:
Coleman and Faulk, of Cocoa Beach,
: : the office of the Florida district of duet, Cantique de Noel, by Mrs:. the 'contractors. The Manley Com- byep C\C;"?,. r' 'I

U. S. Engineers at Jacksonville, arrived Fred Nebiker and Mrs. Mark Lawler. has the contract for !" ,: il1(;,}.:f1t:. ta,) EC'U ....a? V ; i
pany resurfacing
\ Wednesday for a few days here There will be no admission to the bI.', .:...... _.i.\\\; ... .
t. .1(0
i'. the strip of road 25 between \) .. ''. . . .
on business. Christmas entertainment and the : > : :11:..:I:-:N....N.1..NN. .....i.NIN. .NN. .-.N.MAN N r
., ..__ ., ..,
Belle Glade and South Bay and _are, :": -:-: ::!<: :
public is :
cordially invited to attend.
said to be better equipped to handle .

'., Edward, was .a Gonzales week-end; of visitor Hayana in, Cuba the- HOW TO TREAT PLANTS the work than the Cocoa contractors. ..........-.NN11Nw11NNNNNN. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..H..NNNNN.. .. .. .. ..NNNN.. .. .. ..N..H.Service ..MM.. ......NN.. ..NNNNNN. . ..NNNNNNNNNN11NN1.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
Equipment was received here the :: .
home of AFTER :
:.:" first of the week but ,due to the unseasonable .
Mr. Gonzalez is a representative of .l.d.
; I cold weather it was .impossible : 'J'J'i'
::: the United Fruit Company. proper treatment for shrubs ugar .
e'' and tropical trees injured by the re- to start work sooner. Tire
I boiler has been .
fired }
. y Mrs. C. F. Goodman, Mrs. Russell cent freeze is outlined by F. B. up every day1

, L : Whiddon and the latter's guests, Richardson, horticulturist of Southern and that the* asphalt has been kept hot :: Station :i iy =
so work could start so'on
: Mrs. Bessie Whiddon and Mrs. Wil- Lawn and Tree service. as as .
.. the weather permitted. A temperature vy .
;. ; bur Bishop of Gainesville spent Mon- "Cut back below the apparent -

";. .' day and Tuesday visiting in Miami. I j frost injury. If the pruning cut is of at least 70 degrees is said to

; an inch or more in diameter, seal be necessary for the laying of the

; :,: Lt. W. H. Mills and daughter, with an antiseptic, waterproof asphalt. I Sales Service !
fjp tII -
-: -- 'Rose Ann, motored to West Palm paint. An application of 'a H. M. Sally is engineer for the <

... Beach Monday to meet Mrs. Mills' balanced potash fertilizer, ap- State Road Department on the work : .
. grandmother, Mrs. with J. B. Stewart and Earl Martin
Cogley of Laredo a 5-7-5 formula, is a I y

:i:,:' Texas, who arrived for a short help in building ,up cold ro- as the inspectors. Mr. Sally states that :_:: 'COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR SERVICE ::
: visit with them. \ contractors expect to
,_ in plants. If such a plant, lay abouta

, I food has' not__ been_ ____ annlied. _It_ should mile- of he asphalt each day and Greasing Washing -:- Polishing :::
Nelson Hawks, an, employee of the r be done, at once, as it is a step In complete the work, at least as far y -:- ..

company Atlantic Dredging was badly and bruised Construction in a I I I plants.rejuvenating injured- or. weakened. as receive.town a by double Christmas.surface The treatmentof road will :_; A trial will convince you that our ,Repair De-_ :*:

fall from' an automobile Wednesday "A fine spray of water applied to slag and asphalt. :;: partment is among the best. :!:

.f evening. The car door, which opened the plants the first morning aftera During construction it will be necessary .s. .- -- "- .:.

to the front, was only partially closed freeze or frost is an excellent anti- to keep the road closed to :: Glenn Etherton, Prop. .:r:

:-. and when Mr. Hawks attempted dote for frost Injury. This water travel both day and night and the y's. '

1r'- ., ; to fasten it tightly the, wind forced spraying should bestarted, at ,breakof detour is being put in shape to be :'l: Sugarland Highway Clewiston :;:

':: it open quickly, 'and pulled Mr. day and .continued for at least easily traveled. It was expected that '

.: ,', Hawks rom the car to the ,street. two hours." the road would be I left' open at night .:-:-:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:.-.:..:-:..:-:..;..:..:..;..:..;-;-:.-:...:...:.-:...:.-:...:...:...:,..:...:...:-..:.-:...:...:,-:...:,..:.-:..: :.:..:..:'..:..;..:..;..;.


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FINNEY OF THE FORCE Sons of Toil BEllS tc.

: GIT'LON& WO*' \NE A\t-t\ l'RAMS( OH YiS? Mme: ? I SSLL ICE.CR"EAMBOT > .
YEZ.-orLL.13e- we WOR.K7 w. _
f. NAvIN' NO TRAMPS : otslll AH' WKlUTYE2. IN 7N' SUM M1=EZ LI

? NANO IN' 'ROUND ... 'LIME1k _

/ --

v' "Have you ever noticed a very odd

thing .about blunt people Freeman
asked his friend.
,. g "Can't say that 1 have" said the

1 latter. "They are certainly rather embarrassing
t: at times." -
'i;?! % .
? i Freeman nodded pensively."Yes .
r ,- r rI ; but hasn't It ever struck you

: that they are the ones who generallycome

to the. point first?"-Answers rv / .

fc.P Magazine. 1 /

: ka.n \ HIGH VALUE

lVll ) I \ -

.. ME' \ WORK WHEJ( So ALL 1JAW!- i SELLS a ?''i
YeI' 0
i' AN' EJ ERFL0QP 'tH1=R>= S A SY Ecl L tSTs NtlN2 SMOKED .

? \/J'H' I Ol c L1 :SS 'PHIS Idr41
: ra'CROSS N>:RE /
{ TH'- cL.IPSEj.
SNOW WNtJ1! VERr" fr1\ -aw
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& fi


Illy hug rm { r1"r f iI

He-For the love of you I could become -'
anything. GP 9135A

She-Become a millionaire.
& two-piece frock Is nice for a

number of reasons, one of the best
World ,Understanding"Do
ST.etern N.RSpap.rU Ion \\ being that It affords: such an excellent -
a you think all the people of the '
opportunity for the combinationof
worM will come to some common understanding -
different fabrics: Take this design -
& ? -you! can make It entirely of
His "Maybe, in, the remote future" ans -
wool with just buttons and a belt
r red Senator Sorghum., "But weh"en.t
buckle for trimming, or you can make'it
.i yet got so far as to popularizep
i ALWAYS SAY THERE'S A S FOR ME.- EVERY MORNnJ Cr universal language such as Vola- with, for instance, a plaid wool

No1ttfl LIKE ,BEIM S- AT SIX, I 5ET Up TAKH A" \k or Esperanto." skirt and a plain velveteen blouse,

BRISK WALK-BACK. I F0fc A gATt{- repeating one of the most attractive
shades in the plaid. However:you.
make It up, ,the well-cut skirt with
t ', oCtoRi -= AR.oUNDrflE.. HOUSED> S30 I <3oTo Billie, out 'riding, became greatly in- Its smart kick-pleats and the becom

.c.:.; : -i iWHY" I TH& OFFICE:.-.ETC- ETC- e.Tc terested other questions in a flock he asked of geese.whether Among they ing' lines of the blouse will- appear to

.AND'' So ON 7/LL. 1/ IM.I advantage!
were good to eat. Being told they
.... Pattern 9135 may be ordered onlyIn
., were he said: sizes 12, 14, 16, IS, 20, 30, 32, 34,
: \. "I never did eat geese." 36, '38 and 40. 'Size 16 requires 3
i His autie reminded him that he had
1\ :yards 54 inch fabric.
1F '. eaten goose in Christmas.
Send FIFTEEN_ CENTS in coins or
I "
"Well, he said "I didn't know goose
stamps (coins preferred) for this patn
was geese. -Indianapolis News., -
tern. Be
sure to write plainly .our,
:/ Statesman's Handicap
," BER and SIZE.Complete .
"Would you be willing to have a
r' diagrammed sew chart
e little conversation with a good oldtlme Included.

lobbyist Send your order to Sewing Circle
:i_ "No," answered Senator Sorghum. Pattern Department 232 West Eight-
'. "Whenever I to talk about the
;. try eenth Street, New York City.
United States Constitution, he's sure to

WQt4DERFL L! TELL UEFSI'M reach for the menu card. I can't keep I -
GoiNG To START up with his arguments. I'm on a diet." QUITE RARE
MONDAY Snoop-Truth Is stranger than fic

t>OiM<- THIS Business College Head-In teaching Slink-Maybe It only seems stran-

/ shortland and typewriting we are ger because it's so much scarcer.-

strong for accuracy. Pathfinder Magazine.As .
Inquirer-And how are you for
.' h .
speed? Usual
Business College Head-Well, out of
Employer-While I'm away you
last year's class six married their em- will take your orders from the mIs-
I within six months.
ployers '
tress, Giles.

Gardener-Yes, sir-same as If you
Life Is Like That was at home.-London Tit-Bits. ".
"How did you compile your great dictionary -
?" the lexicographer was asked
Lucky Man
"Oh It was something like having a,
Aphasia Victim-I can't rememberwho
quarrel with one's wife-one word led
I am or where I live, but here's
to another.
my wife's photograph.
THE NUISANCE Cop (looking at It)-You're a lucky l
e W t.ru Hur.paper V.loah man. 1
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Fancy Trades I WISE GUY I He. Saved the Money o

First Traveler-Where are you from "Two pennyworth of bicarbonate of .

and what Is your line? soda ,for Indigestion at this time of
Second DItto-I'm from Chicago and night," cried the Infuriated druggist I

1 manufacture Persian rugs. Where who had been roused at 2 a. m., "whena

i.. So you hang out and ,what Is your glass of hot water would have done I I
specialty? Just as well!I"

First DItto-I'm from Chicago, 'too "Weel l, weel" returned MacDougal w

i i' make Turkish cigarettes. J "I thank ye for the advice, and I'll no

bother ye after all. Good-night"
Pear n's. 3-
"Don't you ever take your wife out

"How: Is Sam, getting on at college -i ,ZING! In your automobile?'*

?" "Not very often Whenever I run

"Famously I think, he spent overa over anybody she screams so It makesme
hundred dollars just for books the nervous." I

first three weeks he was there.

A Crabbed Answer

Entitled tp Credit Customer-I think I'll take one of 1

"Do you enjoy the classics?" those live lobsters.
"Yes," answered Miss Cayenne, "I Dealer (picking out one)-Shall I

think those old writers did remark. 0. wrap this up?

J ably well, considering the fact that 0 Customer-Yes, unless you think U'a

In those days there were no sports tame enough to follow me home.

pages to trail them In literary expres.
slon." Likely, Too

Mother-Why Betty, you ought to be

It'. a Tight Game Well-wlsher-'U's' perfectly won- ashamed to come to the table with

Pug-Say, I wonder why boxln' al- Coed (at baseball game)-Qi, look. derful how so many bright thoughtsoccur such dirty hands. You never !saw! my
lers takes a slump dls time of de hands like that.
year? we have a man on every base I to you.
Manager. -Why, It's the football sea- Another Coed-That's nothing, so The Jokesmith-They don't occur as Betty-No, mother, but I bet grandma .
K n, of course, Punk. '
baa the other side. often as they recur. has.

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I .0. "ICE MOUNTAIN" searches have been made for a pos-
ftttic: L
itiflWcc3Efirst -- sible entrance to caverns which some rare :

'e -:\ 1\ NATURAL FREAK convinced lie beneath its surface -

\ ; scientists are said to have .

_. Y Y tried In vain to discover' the mysteryof 7-
J the perpetual Ice-but the mountain 's
Phenomenon of Perpetual Ice
:\ L refuses to yield its secret. There '

Unexplained .. Is an ice cave near Coudersport Pa., ':f
which attracts many tourists since .
g .
it is close to the
Roosevelt highway. .
Standing among dozens of similar ;;
About all a visitor'can do is to take
appearing elevations which lie in the
foothills" between the Blue Ridge a look Into the "cave" 'which In re- :'

0 \ Y'p and Allegheny mountains in,the East ality, is more like a well than a cave .. -

I* one'oE the most peculiar natural -Pathfinder Magazine.

formations" known to science--Ice
HE Christmas night was
God's special benediction on t, & ra mountain.... It derives Its name from Wonder 'WanleJ

music. By His divine sanc- the')fact that'regardless of the atmospheric The world will never starve for ;2

tion It was the means of ;:t temperature natural Ice may want of wonders, but only for want ';

( + proclaiming the advent of a be mined by digging: a little way below of. .wonder.-G. K. Chesterton. ,4MercolizedWax

l- 'f'i. hope and happiness hitherto Its surface. This freak of nature I .\\.4

& not considered ordained for is little known outside the region 'Jj

rgJ humanity. Xn the night when of the Eastern Panhandle of ,

the Christ child was born heavenly West Virginia although It stands ,'

singers were sent forth and the musicof wftWn..'five;miles of one of the main : :.1.]

celestial choirs was heard for the ?: z'wXtOS East-West highways leading to Wash-

first time by human ears. The melodyof iqgtpn.: "'. )
that glorious hymn came and passed w It.;Accessible by means of a by-

J ';;r Into the harmony of the spheres beyond f' J / iN rcfad,%hildfi>I. ends'iip with a half-mile ..

{-;/,:: : our ken and only the message Y drive alonif.llre top of a narrow rock "

1i. ;t/. of peace was handed down to the gen ridge.knovn.fls>the Devil's Backbone

;.z.;, ;".. eratlons to come. How different the From the Backbone the road descends -

j 2 : destiny of music had the pattern of 'sharply. the river GOO feet

''k',:'..;...1-: celestial harmony and the melody' the below which; flows- around the base
..if angels song been preserved for us. It of the' "mountain. From the riverbank jeeps Skin Young .
k-: :' was left for man to find within himself : the mountain, tree-clad exceptfor Absorb blemishes and discolorationa using
; "
!I; ; :
; :: the heavenly music. lUercdized Wax daily as directed. Invisibles
: ; a few cliffs and small areas of
1: particles of aged skin are freed and all
pt'; .,? No event in the history of the world loose rocks from ancient slides, slopes defects such as blackheads,tan freckles and '
}< has set vibrating the finest chords of rY gently upward at first and later becomes large pores disappear. skin is then beautifully :
4V -JS clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
I:. music in the hearts of the gifted ones Q steep and difficult of ascent. years younger Mercouzcd Wax brings out .,
)" equal to the festival] of the birth off But with a little perseverence the your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.

Christ child. The supernatural i Powdered Saxolite-
; be reached and the
may I Reduces wrinkles and o'her age-signs. Simply I ,
fr.. messengers announcing His coming, viev from' the cliffs makes the climb I dissolve ono ounce Saxolitoinialf-pint I
,. '. | witch hazel and daily as face lotion |
the loveliness of character of His mother well worth the effort. use
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?; : the heavens' themselves exulting: at '
But the main; attraction) of the region -
.' ,, His birth which to ,
are subjects con-
The One Watch
Is the fact that as the visitor to

:; template but a moment awakens music" s RJ a. appro"itches'Oe; mountain and per- The one you need to keep the ,
F. i :. In the heart and forms In
' a song haps for 500 -yards up the slope the closest eye on Is-yourself.
.:;:::. the stillness thereof that Is the echo t v
.," atmosphere afoiind the feet and
(: = of that song that rang through the universe "
knees Is (cold :arid damp because of
@..: :., that starry night 2,000 years Photo"by.Frank Fournler the current of Ice-cold air which con
> ago. Yet the melody the angels sang r
; : Y
; a
stantly pours from the crevices In 1
r t/- was lostI
the rocks. The rocks themselves are 1
i'-::: Mary His mother gave vent to the she left and that was five years ago. '
c too cold for comfortable resting sod <:
:.:,' fullness of her heart when she knew TAtOCH Why she must be seventeen and a :
places. And even on the. hottest tst is putt pneY .
young lady I IVonder how she looks I ,
days of the year If loose stones are dtuteE I
Wonder if she still blinks those hazel ow : 1
pulled away orother excavationsare

FOR ,.. eyes hair about and shakes like she her used'molasses to do."candy' made a little way beneath the ton t a bS P CtQOmo !.,.

surface Ice may be found in a .natural liege i
Some days after an atmosphere oi ..
: .
Christmas the
complete Joy'pervaded
: Oldest Inhabitants of the region do
cozy home of the Gaylords on East
not know how long this phenomenonhas i
End avenue. The turkey was sizzlingIn
been known to man or who gaveit
the oven and the great variety of
its name. But according to legendthe DIG PAY JOB i
Yule cookies were being frosted and :
tinted with the Christmas colors' Delaware and Tuscarora Indians For Men and Women who will learn \
who once ranged through the region BEAUTY CULTURE or MEN'S BARBERING. A:'::
Some hours later, all'-was a hushed
brought their wounded and Injured Let MOLER SYSTEM give you a real startin :.:\t\i\
silence as the Little, family seated about warriors to the mountain of "big life. Earn while you learn. Write today .}:\t
the lighted tree awaited the guest of for our FREE booklet No. 40 W. and learn .
medicine" to recuperate: ExtensiveflffR1NE how we can help you to a good paying position .
OW glorious How wonder the evening.Soon or a business of your own. Write .
lull! thought Dan an invitation there .were footsteps crunchingthe MOLER SYSTEM, 43.i.Peachtree St., Atlanta Ga. : '

for Christmas Christ- snow and the next moment the .
,. & 3. mas with Rose Marie! lo'id peal of the doorbell.. ;

Dan had been an orphan Father met Lan with the cordial) MONEY .CA. 'T BUY HEALTH .:

itJ ;; at the same school with HoseJJii welcome of "Merry Christmas my ,boy. We want men and women to Introduce :.:
Marie and a great friendshiphad I presume this 'Is Danny-our Hose'sold Health Builder .more than 600 years old ':

Tender Lullabys Were, Crooned by the sprung up between friend from Uye Junction." GOOD PROFITS FOR YOU >:
.hern. She had since been adopted by BETTER RESULTS TO SER :,
Young Mother.
Then Mother and Rose Marie their -- >
i kindly family In the East but had faces wreathed in Christmas smiles, Write to :'a;;
that she was to be the chosen one of ilways kept In touch with her old PAX-AMERICA' MATE CORP. ;fJ
reached for Danny's"outstretched Dept. S : i
her people In the magnificent lag. ''rlend Danny. hands simultaneously.] 1 1181 Broadway :New York. "
ark; nificat" the poetry of which still has Now"the Invitation for Christmas.
Danny had never In all the movies
r power to thrill whenever its spontaneous Dan had never been invited anywher"

",;'';:' glorification of the Lord Is heard. for this one great beheld anyone as lovely as Rose Marie. Quick, Safe Relief N To relieve

_ Yet the melody the Virgin sang Is lost. holiday and his "Why Rose Marie,
t The whole you are wonderful For Eyes IrritatedBy EczemaItching
t : lullabys crooned by the young being was ,
mother In the stillness of the moments stirred with great simply wonderful !r'I'he Exposure To
!; when the divine child was lulled to expectation. same eyes, the

:::,"- sleep have had no listener who passed Danny had always same hair, oh, 1-" r Sun, Wind and DustAt and give skin comfort

":." them off to an. eager world. What could had a most "H ere. here, you All Drug Stores nurses use

rt have been the burden of young people you
the Intimate Christmasat
: .. pleasant it's WriteMwine Co.Dpt.W.O1icao.Cor Free Book Resinol
things of which the mother sang when i the orphanage. are forgetting
.. the restless world was shut away and Many generous per Christmas. Merry' -

the two, closely] entwined, communed sons had helped Christmas Dan: 1

it. together with the knowledge of their make it so. but he Merry Christ mas rr How Calotabs Help Nature
Rose Marie !l" shout- I.'t
t. destiny hovering about them. Did she had never been to .

:i- sing Him tender baby songs 'that made a real "honest togoodness" Dad.Then f
followed To Throw Off Bad Cold
:'s no reference to His divinity or 'dId home a

i. she praise Him as her God and sing Christmas celebra "honest to goodness
her she Christmas In Millions have found in Calotabs a I Second Calotabs are diuretic to the
;: : fidelity as held Him close and tion. His heart
..- most valuable aid in the treatmentof kidneys promoting the elimination
real home.Everywhere
:' soothed His earthly weariness? Did she leaped with Joy. a colds. They take one or two tablets of cold poisons from the blood. Thus 'l'
.. beg of Him to spare her the suffering "Wonder how It will bel! Wonder fanny's eyes rested, It the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of

'y she knew awaited hem or did she en- who'll be there Oh boy I can't wait !1""Let's seemed to say In golden letters, "Merry third or fifth night if needed. a purgative and diuretic both of
'.:. courage Him In tender human fashion Christmas,' Dan I" "Merry christmas How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed in the treatment ,}
Dan. "How old
pondered ,
' to bear the terrible human agony fore see Dan !I" throw off a cold? First, Calotabs are of colds. ..
.. ordained for Him? Is Rose Marie? She was. twelve when (j Western Newspaper Union. one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical: ;1
\ of all intestinal eliminants only twenty-five cents for the family 'J
,. In the life of Christ there must have thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten cents for the trial .'1
'r' : been much music. Descended from the lightly. Then turning to her brother the germ-laden mucus and toxines. package. (Adv.) J

.f ; greatest singer of all times, the psalmist ,,,,lit,,, AFTERfEARS she spoke more seriously. "Richard
,; David, and His advent into the do-do you think: Ben will have

' !' world proclaimed by the singers from changed very much-do you think he
\: His heavenly home there was human. will like "
.. me as well as he used to?
. and divine heritage of music woven "Well. I shouldn't surprised if he

Into the scheme of His existence on has become a little] bit tanned from

:.. earth. In the childhood years of the a the African climate or if he has growna :
Lord what His childish y'5:1M.
were pleasures mustache or got; a bit stouter but
what were His childish songs? Was as to whether he will like you as /

:.. the soul of the young Saviour too sad AU much as he used to-I'd say 'no.' He's

for singing or did He fashion Himself bound to like you a lot better, thatis

songs, from a heavenly source whispered if he's kept his eyesight.. "

by angels or did He sing the songs :r t1- KATHERINE aELMANtt "Of all the foolish flattering brothers -
of His people heard on the lips of His I should have known better thanto

::>- companions? In the synagogue did He ask you such a question !I"Madge's ..
praise His Father after the manner of
was not extensive -.
David and to the tune of the lute and _I REALLY am _nervous," yet it took ber'some time to decide

was His sacred volce heard when He J Madge Crowell admitted to. on what to ,wear; She finally In these day people are buying wisely.
read from the scriptures. The songs ..... herself "as she dropied'one
chose a simple blue
gown She remembered closely than
': the Saviour sang have vanished. \\i Uw of the ornaments she .vas that Ben had They study values more .
always liked her
It was not without Intent that the hanging on the Christmas In blue; he used to say that it matched ever before, they compare prices.' The

: message of peace was sent out on the .:--0. _- tree. "Well who wouldn't be her eyes. B.ut.that was long ago; buyer today studies advertising care*
"wings of song" for that Is the in my place-Ben has been
: power they were both little more than children fully,and the seller can use advertising
of music-to bring peace. Nor was It gone more then five years- then. '

by chance that the melody came from maybe he'll find me changed-that he'll Her heart pounded as the door belJ and obtain better results than

the heavens for ever the Inward eyes be disappointed. I-I couldn't bear rang. Nervously she hurried down the I I. when money Is more carelessly
of the soul] turn heavenward that. '
under wide steps. In a moment Ben was pent. Advertising nowadayspay&hothbuyerand
the Influence of great earthly] music. "What are you talking to yourself clasping her hands and whispering '
The radiance of the star shines In the about?" A boyish voice spoke at words that she thrilled to hear. Andas seller

i. heart under the touch of melody and I Madge's elbow. -"'Is Christmas having blue eyes met brown in a long ten-

: the soul expands to a fuller compre- Its effect upon you, or is it the thoughtof der look, Madge knew that she was

. benslon of the promises for eternity. a certain young man who is coming going to have the very happIest'Christ-

r. -Washington Star. this. evening?" masof her life; > J'

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-- said defendants.IT .
114 J. C. Wiandt (
THE COMMUNITY CHURCH The Spadaro Contracting companyand 115 C. J. Leiter Affidavit for constructive service IS FURTHER ORDERED that
are expected 116 Mrs. J. G. Wiandt a week
the Arundcl 117 Frank Jacobs having -been filed as required by this order be published !once
10. 1931Rev. 118 Arthur Scott weeks in The
Sunday, December to move equipment shortlyon for four consecutive
119 Ella Scott law, ,
Williams Minister -
D. Jenkins to Division 9 near Pahokee, con- 120 T. C. Lang IT IS ORDERED that the defendants Clewiston News, a newspaper pub-
tracts for which were recentl'* 121 Eula Smith lished in Hendry County Florida.
9:45 a. m. Sunday School, Classes 122 Alonzo Ray W. R. Strickland, B. B. Dale,
awarded them by the War Depart- 123- Ulla Jacobsen DONE AND ORDERED at La-
for all ages. ment. 124 R. G. Nelson N. Moslcy; L. R. Strickland, S. H. Belle Florida, this 28th day of NoIII 3r

6:30 p. m. The Pioneers. 126 125 R Robert M. Hare G. George Davis and Mrs. S. H. Davis, his wife, I vember, 1934. .J'

7:30 p. m. Evening Worship 127 W. B. Hinkle C. E. Parker and E. F. Spencer, do WILLIAM T. HULL, ,
Empire of Jesus 13 Mrs Robert George (SEAL)
"The in Janu-
Theme: the Rule Day
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PER.lIIT 129 O. R. O'Connell appear upon Clerk of said Court.
Christ". TO SELL LIQUORS, WINES AND 130 Thelma Griffin ary, 1935, the same being the 7th "
welcome to at- BEER Griffin the bill of EVANS MERSHON & SAWYER
.You are cordially 131 Joe day of January 1935, to 't.. '
H. Richardson Bank Bldg.,
132V National
tend these services. WHEREAS Clewiston Beer Parlor has 133 Ellsha Johnson complaint filed an this cause to fore- 1st ', :: .
Tiled with the Board of County Commissioners close a certain mortgage or deed of Miami, FloridaSOLICITORS '
County, Florida an 134 C. M. Baker PLAINTIFF.No. .
of Hendry FOR
Mrs. Frank Friend. Mr. for permit to Bell liquors 135 D. W. Bishop, trust; else the allegations of said -;,. ,
and application
Mr. Guthrie Smith wines and beer In Election Distriot No. 136 A. W. Lawrence bill will be taken as confessed by 47Nov. 30, Dec. 71421. /
and Mrs. Al Friend One of said County and State: 137 A. P. Berry
Lewis Friend of Pahokee wore Any citizen of such election district 133 "Walter M. Gravely -
and the 139 M. L. Arnold -
here Sunday.LEGIONNAIRES may show cause. If any there bo 140 Llllah Barrett : :": :":": : :": :":": :": : :":":":": :":": :,, -
visitors next regular meeting of said Board why Thomas :":"' :" :": : :":": : :": : : :":' :":": :": : :" .%
such permit should not be granted. 141
WILLIAM T. HULL 142 Leslie Thomas ..
FHO ISEVEN" County Commissioner 143 W. W. Hooks
Board of
COUNTIES HERE Clerk of Hendry County, Florida. 144 Marcia Avant -. '

(Seal) 145 146 F.Thomas F. Knowlcs M Gomez .. Gift Suggestions 'j 1

(Continued From Page One) 147 148 A.Marvin A. Munroe Walton .r _

be taken through the interesting es- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PERMIT 149 Carl R. Freedlund '::0
WINES AND Broadrick .
tablishment.The BEER 151 W. C. Hooker ..
Auxiliary ladies held 152 Harold Johnson .
leadership of Mrs. WHEREAS B. E. Nail has filed with 153 Sam Blaunt ,
session under the of County Commissioners of e ;.
the Board
154 J. E. Barker
Fordham of Fort Myers, district Hendry County, FlorlcJa. an application '. -
M. C. 155 J. L. Brantley \

vice president.A for beer permit In Election to sell District liquors. 'No.wines. One and of 156 157 Mrs.Oliver J.S.L Williams Brantley 1 ., FOR. MEN : -

few of the visitors and out-of-: said County and State J1'. district 158 W. L. Wilson +
Dr. J. W. Morgan Any citizen of such ejection 159 J. F. Oakley
town delegates were: show cause. If anYfthere be. at the ::
may 160 M. N. Gieger
Commanderand of s"ald.Board, why ,
of Avon Park. Post next regular meeting 161 Nathan Terrell o
Daniel Mr. and Mrs. such permit should not be granted. 162 G. H. Small O
Mrs. E. L. WILLIAM T. HULL. 163 W. J. Godfrey
Fred H. Mellor Mr. and Mrs. Dan P. Clerk Board of County Commissioners 164 Neal Williamson HandkerchiefsSuspenders

Mr. and Mrs. M C. Ford- of Hendry County, Florida. 165 H. C. Avant .
Morrison (Seal) 166 John Seger
ham Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Williams 167 John Lucoa

Mr. and Mrs. C. Dudley Ged-J 168 C. F. Schlffll ; jl\\

L. Jennings,. FOR PERMIT 169 M. E. Yenawlne ,
des, Mr. and Mrs. James NOTICE OF 170 O. A. Jones. .
Fletcher E. Forehand. and Mrs. TO SELL LIQUORS WINES 171 C. J. Johnson : ::
Mrs. .
BEER 172 Carl E. Johnson '!(. ; <
all of Fort Myers Mr. ::: ;
W. L. Riles 173 R. Rosenberg -J.
, Mrs. Bill Comer of Orlando,, WHEREAS. Fred Whidden has filed 174 Lawson P. Jones Pajamas :rs ;
and with the Board of County Commissioners 175 Effie Mathis ; ;. ::
..... Luke Jones and Dr. W. J. Buck of of Hendry County-Florida an application 176 Ray McIntosh '
:, Belle Glade, Mr. and Mrs. W. C., for permit.*ta. sell liquors, 177 Frances M. Small _. -V\ :i: :
No. r
District -
wines and beer In Election 178 Howard H. Jones
; Oates of Fort Myers J. P. A. Hert- One of said County and State: 179 M. Cretchlos Sweaters"V: ..
t of West Palm Beach D. A. Any citizen of such election district 180 R. J. Blount : oi
lein be, at the '
: may show cause. If any there 181 Mrs. Vivian Smith.
::. Seibert, D. A. Hanlon Charles Kelley next regular meeting of said Board 182 Jewell Russell Ot
: of West Palm why such permit should not be granted. 183 Laura Matteson
: 'Predham
{"' Beach, Jay Harold Roahm of Pal atka. E Clerk Board of County WILLIAM Commissioners T. HULL. 184 185 T.C.W.E. McDonald Hamilton [ Pocket Books Toilet Sets f::

c-. H. Hale of Stuart Mrs. D. T. Rivers of Hendry County, Florida.- 186 R. L. GuthrIe -
(Seal) 187 Thos B. Shelley '
i of Jacksonville, Miss Edith Her 183 R. H: Knight
nandez of Miami Daniel F. Gib- 189 M. W. Bigg ; Robes |
t; 190 L. M. St. Martin -
bon and Mrs. Gibbon of Punta Gor- The following petition recommending 191 R. L. Coker. Jr. :: +

i t; V.da Flory E. L.of Moore Sarasota of Sarasota James H.Roger Mur-' precinct Commissioners that has License been of to filed Hendry sell with Liquors County the County In Flor said 192 193 194 C.S.W.Crochet Nowllng M. Rcdelshelmer 1: Ties Shirts Belts Sox I:i:

i. ray of Fort Myers, R. Shadoan and ida. Viz. Clewiston.. Florida 195 Chas. F. Trainer x

i:. .: Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Gast and Betty DISTRICT NO. ONE 196 197 M.Mrs.Peterson D. A. McGeachy ?

r': ,:: 'Cast of Sebring, William Kelley oi We the undersigned qualified voters 198 G. L. Cantrell
of Clewiston Hendry County Floridaare 199 H. J. Oglesby yj
of Moore
Pahokee and J. M. Couse B. E. Nail
i. \ In favor of permitting 200 Urey Waldron
to sell Wines and Liquors at retail In 201 F.,R. Maxwell _.
::, Haven. Holstlaw and Mrs. Hoist- this district: 202 Mrs. F. R. Maxwell !j LADIES : j ji
.' Charley SIGNED: 203 W. F. Mountain .
: .
law of St. Petersburg Jesse Vaughn 1 F. G. Johnson 204 Mrs. Fred Christman .- : : -
of 2 G. W. Larson 205 B. E. Nail. Sr. : ;
;: of St. Petersburg W. E. Pierce 3 Mrs. Vivian Clark 205 H. L. Davis :

: Wauchula, H. R. Cume, E. E. .Mel 4 Mary W. Small 207 Fred Henriksen :i -,9
5 Mrs. G. W. Larson .
ton, J. A. Lewis of Avon Park. C. D. 6 .J. R. Small 208 209 Agnes Clara M.Henriksen Broadrlck .
" E. L. Gettel Jerry Ganz, 7 J. E. Beardsley'- 210 Marlon F. Leydig '
,;/' Collier ::
8 Lucille Downs :i: ;
Walter Frank, R. Downs 211 Mrs. L. L: Spicer ?_ Hosiery : -
Grimm L.
;: Charles 9 C. 212 J. D. Duke .
':;. A. Rhoden George Hutton and R.I 10 11 N.Evelyn D. Bledsoe J.' Shelley '- 213 A. F. Goodman :i: .,. : ,: : ::
214 F. Durrance
Underwood, of Miami. 12 R. C. Nowllne- 215 A. W. Stas x +

". The Palm Beach county train was 13 14 C.Chas.E. Nail E. Lear :-.J 217 216 'Roy G. W.Caldwell Frealy :i: Dresses =i:

I/.:: manned by William Horejs engi- 15 C. Cruze 218 I. R. Holland

: neer, Jay Predham, flagman, Tom 17 16 J.K. B.Bowden Hawkins 219 Mrs. R.VonMach L. Guthrie f. -; xX.

Steele, fireman M. Jordahn, D. A. 18 T. C. Musgrove .. 221 220 Mary M. E.L. Von Mach '{o
19 O E. Tyler :
: Hanlon and Dr. A. V. Seibert, members 20 Gus Van De Veldey 222 G. L. Espenlaub :: ; ,- Pajamas .i
<. of the crew; Chef du Gare. 21 Chas. S. Avant 223 W. H. Swafford .. '
22 Van H. Cothern 224 Mrs. G. L. Cantrell y
if; J. P. A. Hertlein, and Sheminot, 23 W. R. Yoeman 225 Floyd Mills y
Dick C. Miller. 24 J. E. Nlblack' 226 Mrs. Floyd S.' Mills h. Y

'r 25 26 H.Birchard R. 'Hall DuBose: 227 228 A.B. Hall Scott ::1: Bridge Sets Luncheon Sets :i= '
< BOIL TOWER RECITALS 27 G. B. Rackstraw 229 T. M.' Douglas
15TH .28 G. T. Echols 230 L. H. Johnson
":, ON DECEMBER Echols 231 Fred Toppin _
I 29 Mrs. G. T. r
-- 30 Mrs. Thos. B. Shelley 232 N. E. Ivey jij Underwear Gowns

Regular carillon recitals at Bok 31 B..E. Nail Jr.: 233 W. M. Wiandt .t. .to ...
32 J. H. Pressly 234 C. Poore
t',k Tower, near Lake Wales will begin 33 D. E. Smith 235 E. B. Bethea ::
34 Will Larramore E. Mathews Dresses l
Saturdij'. December 15th for the 35 Lewis Holton 236 237 T.J. Laurens 1 Slips

winter season of 1934-1935 'it has 86 D. H. Canner 238 Mrs. Iris M. Bethea .

been; announced from Lake Wales. 38 37. E.Fred E.,Whidden Kelly 240 239 E.Dr.A.J.Howling W. Ezelle :ti i: Bags Towel Sets /'.

The concerts will be given each 39 G. E. Etherton I i 241 Boncell Stone t. ,' ..
40. L. E. Prlchard ... ", 242 Fred B. Puryear '
week on Sunday and Thursday at 4 41 L. L. Lowe 243 Geo.' S. Smith : .
o'clock and Tuesday and Saturdayat 42 Chas. Darcy 244 Laura Burkett .-. =1: Compacts Stationery f
43 Annie Darcy 245 Mrs. Geo. Prevatt
12 o'clock. Each concert will be Brown Yy
44 Dorothy 246 Mrs. Will Simmons Y Y
45 John K. Mowry -- 247 Will Simmons .
of hour. In
for three-quarters an "
46 W. H. McCracken 248 C. O. Robert :: ; :i
", :
addition to the regular concerts 47 Henry Chappell 249 T. F. Chrlstman V

there will be scheduled eight moonlight 48 Jack Tarver 250 W. H. Christian
49 M. C. Varnadoe 251 Laura Christian Many Other Items Not fYi
concerts through February and 50 R R. Embrey 252 E. B. Butler .

March, each of which will be held 51 52 J.W.L.H.Varnadoe Adams 254 253 A.Gratton B. Scott George :i: Mentioned i :: : ?

at 9 o'clock in the evening. 53 C. F. Mountain 255 F. H. Moltz
54 H. C. Jones 256 L. N. Giles
Also on Christmas Jve and New 55 T. H Jones 257 H. C. Collins .2

Years eve there wll be special pro: 56 D. Tanner .258 Peter Chagaris ,
57 Onzelo Anderson ? 259 Chas. Christian ... ._t. -t
grams at midnight and also at sunrise 58 J. D. Henderson 260 George Warren '

on Easter morning. 59 James P. Percy 261 B.B. Busch
60 James Harris 262 T. E. Cusick t.
Other special recitals at Bok .Tower 61 James P.. Harris 263 G. Hines lFOR THE CHILDREN
follows 62 A. P. Wynn 264 A. G. Ivey .
,; are. as : _
63 H. T. Vaughn 265 L. F. Padgett
'F -,' January 9th, January 12th and 64 R. G. Simpson 266 Bennett Edwards t
"' 65 G. B. Thomas 267 C. H. Berner ; y ,
February 12th all at 4 On
66 L. N. Giles 268 I. A.: McGehee h Y "
January 25th February 25th, 67 L M. Prevatt 269 Bert Turner Y .
H. Schuck 270 D. B. Allen
68 L.
March 22nd and April 14th special 69 Roy Alston ,r '- 271 L. C. Redish :: CT'L \ *
programs will be given at 12 o'clock. 70 H. C. Kolstad :' '. 272 James Wynn T / .Y;.
273 C. M. Swindle
The last recital of the season proper 71 72 Francis A. O. Ward Stokes : > 274 John C. Swindle + ::: .

will be on Sunday April 14th, altho 73 R. L. Marshall .', 276 275 Eula Rosa Mae Lee Allen Collins x 0 .

as stated above there will be the 74 75 D.G. F.A. Terrell McGeachy We the undersigned certify that the t 0 .. .

;' Eastersunrise program on April 76 M. D. Royals above names Is their signature Sr i
, B. E. NALL :
r .: 21st and others at 12 o'clock' and 77 78 D.E. C.A. Mills Olden E B. BUTLERGRATTON GEORGEA. L .: .

4 o'clock the same day. 79 J. Cato '
81 80 Geo.Fred Hendricksen W Caldwell V. NALL :!: ::
! before me L
Sworn to and subscribed .
; ENGINEERS PREPARE FOR 82 G. T. Tidwell this third day of December, A. D., .-0 '
83 K. C. Hooks ,
84 Joe L. Rutland :: '
Seal G. .'
( U
85 R. H. Burt Justice of the Peace .. S ..'
S '
(Continued from page 1) 86 87 D.O Whittington P. Galloway 1st dlst.. Hendry County, Fla. :;: :!: .f.

-., :west of Clewiston and has moved itsdragline 88 Dave Alston I .: : '

equipment back to the 6 90 89 J.W.P.W.' Waller King

barrell drainage culvert and is now 91 92 T.A. L.J. McMillan Geiger IN THE "CIRCUIT COURT OF THE The Most Complete Stock Ever $
:. at work on this end of its contract. 93 Ralph O'Neal TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

,', The_ McKenzies will build the levee 94 Anthony McCarthy FLORIDA. IN AND FOR HENDRY .to -
95 Lewis Beckman
..; to the canal west of the "Point" 96 Henry Hlnson COUNTYIN

, where the McKenzie and the McWil-, 97 98 R.Mrs.B.R Waldron B. Waldron \ -CHANCERY.- ; Shown In the Everglades ;1:;

Hams contracts meet. The McWil- 99 Mrs. E. D. Bennett .z..z.COewiston
Hams 100 P. F. Richard .
( company, present
101 Mrs. H. L. Davis TRUST COMPANY. ) x xI
equipment reaches the end of its 102 Mrs. L L. Lowe
a corporation, as Trustee, )
contract! will move back to the point 103 Chas. N. Williams Waldron ; ) ;
104 Mrs. Urey Plaintiff,
neat. Clewiston where it began and 105r.. H. Stone' ) I
106 Allen Baxley ... j v. Cn :
Supply ,
: complete the levee from that
: point 107 W. A. Scott THE. SOUTHERN ) .
.' north beyond the Clewiston hurri- 108 W. A. Scott Jr. SUGAR COMPANY, ) .'. "-

cane .gate and connect with the McKenzie 103 110 H.Joe A.Scott Hemmlngsen a corporation, et al, ) :. .'. .! "

contract. 111 A. V. Nail Defendants. ) b

Spadaro and Arundel to Begin 112 113 Mrs.Clement. Clement L. Nail L. Nail (ORDER FOR CONSTRUCTIVE .:" :":_:":_: :_:_: : : : :":..:":":.':":.':":": :..:.:":.. :O_:'_:.:HHHO'H:":.': :HHHHH:":':;."






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