The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1936
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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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WELATKA TO LEAVE Schools Will Open TWO INJURED WHEN Kiwanians Plan For FIRST MONTH'S CANE "'!.r;j 'f

Next Monday MorningAll Ladies' Nite



AND NEW LOCATIONThe ty will of open the schools at
Monday morning, the ringing of the
I meetings are concerned, will hold I, '
J I school bell at that time calling' the their annual Ladies Night at the -- 11

dredge "Welatka" 20-Inch hy- pupils and teachers back to begin F. Bishop, former Sugar Company -Watanabe next Wednesday night and I I With the close on January 1st of I'I'I '

draulic machine of the U. S. Engi- the last long stretch of the school employee, was seriously Injured -' the installation of the new officers the first month of cane grinding for -

neers which has been tied up in the year. and his brother, W. S. Bishop, of('I recently elected.A j I I the new season officials of the U. S. I
government slip here for several Refreshed by a seventeen day vacation -I I
South Bay, escaped with minor Injuries tentative program has been Sugar Company are optimistic of avery

weeks has been ordered to Jacksonville both pupils and teachers I when the Model A Ford coachin worked up by the chairman of the satisfactory season and.
to undergo some alterations will be ready to buckle down to their !I I al'I'I l
which they were riding toward program committee, A. A. Munroe, though no production figures !

before' proceeding tot work in the best efforts during the next few i Clewiston Monday night struck the II but a group of entertainers of Fort as yet been released, the manage- f

Savannah River. !The, dredge is expected months.No rear end of a truck parked on the I Myers who had previously expressed ment is highly pleased with the progress f

to pu l out' Monday of next' definite decision has as' yet highway about five miles west of I I a desire to come to Clewiston for an made during the month.In .
week January 6. | been reached as to whether the
town on State Road 25. fields in the company's
Twenty-four men have been re- schools will be able to continue for in-vitation
The Ford truck, owned by Otto I acreage of cane, some has been 'cut
the full term and the matter is
quisitioned to help move the machine expected -
Larsen, was headed toward ,Clew this week. However, Mr. Munroe which yielded in excess of 13 per

the entire''.crew. having been to be decided at the next reg- iston and is said to have been 'parked states that if they are unable to cent sugar, an unusually hfgh yield.
discharged when the'dredge was tied, ular meeting of the county, school Although this yield will not continue
without lights the come that there will be an interest-
\ on highway
board which is to beheld here next
Most of these it is
twenty-four ..
up. ; with no one aboutit.. It was loaded ing program arranged anyway and over the entire crop and there Is no I
understood, will be old crew mem- Saturday afternoon, January? 11, at ,
of the be-
expectation yield
later it is average
with lumber. It 'was learned to be hoped that a large crowd
1:30 in the Clewiston high
\ school
I' who have b>en funable to find
:el' berg auditorium. that the truck was out of gas and will be present. ing anywhere near this figure, it 1
work on other p ejects in this district does mean that such cane can be and r
the driver had in search
negro gone This active civic club which has
Patrons of the local school i r
but their employment is not are '
as will be in the f
Everglades. .
i grown
invited to attend this meeting and of a filling station. He was badly done so much good work for the city I I II
nent those
necessarily men
perm Cane cutters for and
k hear the discussion of matters of i scared and was not located for two since its organization is working toward I company :
who at work onl other jobs are
are many others starting to work at the I
Interest to the Clewiston schools as days following the accident.C. the greatest year 'it has ever
holding on wher they are. i
first of the grinding season will receive -
LasUyear the dredge was taken to well as those in other parts of the F. Bishop was an employee of had during 1936 and deserves the their first pay envelopes to- #I '

county. the sugar company in their shops support of all Clewiston citizens. j
edwith shorter
Miami a
morrow. With steady work throughthe
facilitate until about two months ago when he
work in the shal-
ladder to month these workers are expected I
waters of the lake. At Jacksonville Lock fractured a knee while at work and s'',
low Experiment Is Engineers To Use Men to have almost 7nidsea.c'jres

the longer! ladder will be requiring has been on compensation since. He coming and Clewiston ston ':,: ,ti

placed, a job r nearly a Very Satisfactory had been visiting his mother in Ev- On Rip-Rap Crews I(I business houses as well as 'ai)...,. .:..rl" I

month's work, it order that the \ erglades City and had come to Goodno other towns around the *a.ke 4. t. i ito

dredge ,will be 2 He, ,to' work in the that night where his brother met do a good business Saturday. The !

waters of he Savannah. Experimental work with the locksat him. They were headed back toward 'I 1
deep i 1 Plans are completed for the hir- sugar company has the largest single'

It is rumored hat one of the Moore Haven this week by U. S. Clewiston when' the accident happened ing of. about twenty-five .or thirty pay-roll 'in the, Everglades and the

in the Snrannah District is Engineers proved highly satisfactory about 7:00 p. m. Their car
.dredges, men at the prevailing WPA security cane-cutting season is the most pros-
in line to be junfcd ''and that effort according to Capt.Richardson Seleeof was almost demolished in the impact wage for the removal of rock from perous for merchants throughout the

are being made tt have the Welatka the Engineer sub-office there. and a piece of lumber from the truckis the, Mayacca cut by the U. S. Engi- territory.

assigned permanntly to that dis- The tests were made to determ- said to have punctured the lung of neers. This rock will Abe used at a Over thousand visitors have been

trict in order tht the crew of this ine how much surge there wouldbe C. F. Bishop. His brother, who. was later date for rip-rap at many places shown a through the mill since its' '
dredge may be then care of. How- on boats in the lock chamber driving, received severe where needed on the lake and Ca- opening the first of December, a record -

ever there has ben no definite word when the upper gates were openedto about the face and shoulder but no loosahatchee projects. Another crew
'' for any first month in the mill's
from the Jacksoville office as to fill the chamber and raise the serious injuries. of about twenty men will be placedon history. If the visitors continue at

whether this mo is permanent or craft from the lower to the upper Both the injured men were takento the same type of work near Or- the present rate the season record '

only temporary.: pool.To Fort Myers immediately. W. S. tona. Lodging and subsistence will for visitors will be broken. The an-

The governmet tug "Fulton" is determine this both gates were Bishop was released next morningand be provided and the quarterboatof nouncement has also been made that

en route ,to Cle'ton at this tim closed with a barge, in the cham- returned to his work with the the dredge Mayacca is being put visitors, will be allowed to go

to tow the dredgi! and, its oil barge- ber. The water was then, pumped out company at South Bay. His brother, in shape to go on the work at Ma- through the mill on Sundays provid-

to Jacksonville. be pipe-line pontoons about eight or nine feet, lower than however, was critically injured and yacca cut for housing these laborers. ing the mill is running. If shut down '

derrick bare and'other equipment the head of water outside the locks. several reports were received this '
for repairs the usual Sunday rule '
tiij"J will probab/ be taken ona!.. As the power is cut off, at the present week of his death. However the latest" ,
The, wage scale will, be $22.00 per will be adhered to.
second trip at a iter 'date.: time because of' the dredge work 'gOng -' reports are that he is. improving 1
month with a twenty per cent reduc- Cold weather, during the month of
[ on there the upper gates we're rapidly and is well on the road to '
tion or $4.40 for subsistence. This December _did only negligible dam- ,-' i
Miniature Foats Will opened by hand until there' was a recovery. small 8mount'will fall far short of age to the"_ cane. Yield was high in .

; .. crack, between tie two gates about Officers investigating the accident
feeding the men and officials state the areas ;affected and extra crews
I Feature I A.t' Festival four feet across. The lock chamber have not disclosed the result of their that it will cost as much to feed were rushed( to these areas in order
\ filled with water in about eleven
investigation. them as. to pay their ,salaries. that the cane could be taken;care of
I mjnutes and the tug of the barge "
i The rip-rap will be needed around as soon as possible. The only damage
against its anchor lines was not near-
Winter Haven,'an. 2, (FNS-A the railroad bridge at Ortona, around was the killing of the terminal bud
ly so great as had been feared. The Prizes Given For Best)
parade of miniatiB floats, made and the turning basin at Moore Haven, in a small acreage of cane which pre-
test with
was repeated the gates
operated by Fiona school children, apart Christmas DecorationJudges on the groins protecting the drain- vents further growth. .
cracked a. little farther allowing -
will be held on anuary 27 as an age structures on the east beach and
the chamber to fill in about sev-
opening day feat'e of the 1936 en minutes and still with no serious many other places. Several thousand I Landis Consents To Use

Florida Orange Mival here. results.It in the Christmas decorat- cubic yards will be' required and is

Invitations to articipate in the is felt that these tests are all ing contest sponsored each--year being taken out at this time to pro- Of Name In Injunction .
parade state that oats will be not vide
needed relief labor.
that is necessary to prove the effi- the Garden club faced a: diffici1tproblem
more than ten ft long and five ('
; ciency of the locks as the difference this year in picking\ the 17estin
feet in width. Flas: will be propelled -
: between the pools will rarelybe the departments in which prizes Good Progress Made Tallahassee, Jan. 2, (FNS-At-
in person or dwn by dogs, pon- ,
more than two or three feet and were offered but completed their r torney General Cary D. Landis consented f..
ies, goats, and aer pet animals.
Miniature mechanil floats are also with power control of the locks, pass- task this week and announced, the On New WarehouseIn to the use of his name in Injunction ,.: .
age of boats through them will be following prize winners: proceedings designed to -

allowed.Contestants fonine prizes to be speeded up consI'derablr.Fred Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, prevent payment of salaries to mem-

of the fact'that the bers of the legislature employed in
second consecutive year for the best spite new
awarded entries a urged to utilize "-
Florida flowers, ;irubs and other Cone Enters decorated living Christmas tree and warehouse being constructed just other state .dpartments.

natural materialsn decorating of for the best decorated doorway, Mr.: west of the present warehouse by the When permission to use his name ,,.''

--floats. Special conderation ,in prize Race For GovernorFred and Mrs. I. D. Leidig. A third prize U. S. Engineers has had only a lim- was first requested by Attorney JoeC. -,

awards will be gm to construction was to have been awarded for the ited number of men alloted to the Jenkins, the Attorney General refused .

and theme featurg Florida citrus best decorated standing tree but if building good progress has been stating that injunction proceedings -

4', and citrus activitie Cone, of Lake City, this this was done the winner has not' made and this week the roof trusses, was not the proper way to
made formal '
week his
Besides a, grandrize for the. best announce- been announced.The < built before the erection, were completed determine the issue.
ment for governor and, will devote then wrote Lan-
Rackstraw tree an I and erected ready to receive Attorney Jenkins
float in the pars, special prizes evergreen
the next several months to tour
a asking that he reconsider and
have been annound for the out of standing almost eighteen feet high roof. dis
of the state in the interest of his I I "if of the 19
town and local sool, classes with was decorated with silver tinsel\ 1 AH of the materials for the buildIng pointed out any
candidacy.Mr. decreed by
the largest numt in the parade silver lights with a. lighted silver were purchased when the sudden men on the state payroll
: Cone is a native-born Flori- their salar-
line. Other prizes 'e offered for the dian star in the top of the tree. It was :a cut in appropriation was made the court to be drawing
and a life-long' Democrat and and not
'executive employees
best baby, chih kindergarten, has blaze of silvery light by night during several weeks ago and it was only ies as '
adopted as his slogan for the executive officers then the only
grammar school al primary school the Christmas season and glittered after considerable difficulty that as
campaign "Lowering the budget to
the of 'employment' -
floats. Another awd will. go to the balance brilliantly in the sunlight during the permission was granted to completethe way to present '
taxes instead of raising tax- the courts for adjudication I
best entry built children under day. 'On New Year's Day Mrs. Rack- structure. Only members of the to
es to balance the budget. He also '. 1,1
twelve years. of a? straw changed the tree, redecorating regular warehouse'crew have been is by injunction.
favors, old age pensions, uniform
In addition to contest entries, it in colored lights. It was a beautiful assigned. to the job. The attorney general had previous,0.' Ii
$5.00 auto tags, use of Florida materials /'!- .
bands and drum )rps will be in sight and many motorists. ,drove Much of the time has been takenup ly permitted the use of his name in
and labor all works
on public ,
the line of marc] The parade of the placing of the schools out of their way to pass and look l ; 'r\t by\;a dredge levelling off the bankof quo warranto actions against 21
on a par
miniatures is sponred by the Frier- with other state departments and is the tree and some to stop ,and admire they) Industrial canal for the build- members of tile legislature, and one J

son-Nichols Post ofae American Legion it for a considerable length of. ing which will be used to house the case, that of Senator T. G. Futch, attorney -
opposed to a sales tax and to anyone
with Capt. J.. McCalla actingas time. heavy equipment owned by the engi- for the State Racing Commission ,
holding than office at
more one a
has reached the Supreme Court 1;
chairman of amgements. The doorway of the Leidig home neers. I
that such employ- f
time.He has served as mayor of Lake was decorated with colored lights ina The building will be 60 x 100 feet Jenkins charges
state $120,000for
CHRISTMAS CuATAGIVEN1ECOND City for three terms was a memberof bouganvillea vine which formeda and will have sufficient vertical ment is costing the ;,
of the
,appropriations -
about clearance to take care of the smaller the two year period :
TIME the state senate for eight years square the" doorway and' bill passed by the 1935 !
-- -was beautiful. draglines, tractors, drills and oth-
and president of that body in 1911 very i and he contends that i
The Christmas;cantata, "The and has served on county, state and Among the other decorated '(:reps er machinery. held contrary to' :
such positions are
World's True Ligh''!which was pre- congressional committees. He has about .town were a pair of trees on of the constitution of : .,

I"i sented at the higfcchool auditor- been a delegate to the last three national '- either side of the doorway at ,the 5,000 ATTEND CEREMONIESAT the provisions

\ ium on Sunday nit, December 22, Democratic conventions and ,home of Mr. and Mrs. W1. 'C. C wen' DADE PARK LAST WEEK the Previous state of Florida.injunction proceedingswhich

j by the Communityhurch choir be- worked on th'e floor at ,the Baltimore one at the home of Mr. and M 's. R. sought to restrain state offi-

. fore a very small ovd due to Incle- convention for the ,nomination of Y. Patterson, all the porches oaf the Bushnell, Jan. 2, (FNS-In spiteof cials from paying} salaries to any of '

<, ment weather, wajresented again Woodrow Wilson.He H. C. Kolstad home, and many o hers chilly weather, a crowd of approx- the 21 members of the legislature

last Sunday night !lore a large and Is well known ;all ,over the Santa Claus was posed on theedgeof ) imately 5,000 gathered at Dade Memorial holding state Jobs, were unsuccessful. -

I most appreciative ;iience. state not only as a politician but asa i the chimney at the home. of .Mr. Park last week to pay fit- '

In spite of the :t that many of leading worker in the Masons, I and Mrs. E. L. Stewart. j ting tribute to the memory of Major .'

those who had takpart in the first Elks, Rotary and a member of the.. Taken as a whole thq Christmas Frances L. Dade and his commandof

rendition were athis week, It Baptist church. decorations were unusually beautiful! 108 men 'who gave their lives on Nine states selected a combinationof '

was necessary to ke some minor and each year the Garden Club' Is this identical spot 100 years ago black with orange or yellow' for

substitutions in thprogram but it Mrs. I. E. Brooks and :Mrs. C. C. hopeful of increasing ,.interest I inthese when Seminole Indians pnder the their J936 automobile license plates;

was described by- tie Jn attendance\ .Gantt, of Moore Haven, were visitors! ? decorations, sq hueaut1fuliat;! I thChl'tstma6 leadership of Micanopy \ambushed, eight, blue and }white ai.g J seven,

as excellent, here Thursday: season, ancj massacred them ; bfi! !and white,



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DESPITE the riotous opposition LARGEST BUS

.and other youth 'of Peip-
of Current
BRISBANETHIS News :Review Ing, the Hopei-Chahar political council, What Is said to be the largest bus .

supported by Japan, took over the affaIrs ever built has been made In Cleveland -

Events World : Over of the autonomous North China for service between Damascusand
WEEKThe provinces, with Gen. Sung Cheh-yuan ,Ba dad across the Syriandesert.

as Its chairman. That gentleman in his .. It is GO feet long, has 18
first official announcement declared
wheels; compartments for 35; first and
Greatest Deed opposition demonstrations
were being
second class passengers, and Is Insulated -
The Richest Man promoted by ,communists, against whomhe
Franco-British Peace Plan Collapse's'and bare Resigns= against : desert heat.
would I
,take drastic action
8,000 Planes for England Three oil-burning Diesel engines fur-

What! the Whole World? Benes Elected President of Czechoslovakia- best General Sung said he would dO/ 1is nish power. '1 '
promote good relations with c
Universal Service lists the "ten' Christmas Pay for WPA Workers.By neighboring countries "which treat us
greatest'scientific achievements' with equality and reciprocity" (Japan

1935," and puts first and Marichukuo). He declared his in- A Three Days' Cough

the artificial! heart EDWARD ,W. PICKAR'DOJ tention to "revive China's traditional! ,

v "for keeping organs Western Newspaper Union., virtues, and to develop and' spread" oriental Is Your Danger Signal
alive when culture."
.:, No matter how
separated from the IT really was intended to bring /CLEVELAND Is the place and June many medicines
IF you have tried for your cough,chest
no'dyX: about peace between Italy and Ethi- 0 the date selected for the Republican cold or bronchial irritation, you can '
This Invention, opia, the plan proposed by British national convention of 103G. The DICTATOR Venezuela for twenty- I get relief now With ,Creomulsion.
credited to Colonel Foreign Secretary Sir Samuel Iloare national. committee heard argument!' seven years, during most of the Serious trouble may be brewing and

Lindbergh and the and Premier Laval of on behalf of rhicago. Kansas City and time president of the country, Gen. you cannot afford to take a chance
Juan Vicente with anything less than
Gomez in Creomul-
learned Doctor Car- < France turned out a Cleveland, and then decided on the died Caracas sion which
an''bld goes right to the,seat
rel of Rockefeller i : dismal: failure The Ohio city, largely for political reasons. of malady at of I the trouble( to aid nature to
.a Institute, may' be storm of opposition[ to Gov. Alf Landon of Kansas and Col. the age'of seventy- soothe and heal the Inflamed mem-

Important, letting 1i'A P. S the scheme w hIe h Frank Knox of Chicago both being potential eight years. The cabinet branes as the germ-laden phlegm

scientists study tha > would give Mussolini candidates for the nomination c: 3 ,n named Gen. Ele- is loosened and expelled. :
A Even if other remedies have
progress and natureof I two-thirds of the African It was thought wise to hold the conk azar Lopez Contreras, failed, don't be discouraged, your

cancer and other country as a reward -- A'ention In neutral territory. Ralph E. minister' of war, as druggist is authorized to guarantee

diseases. for stopping nn Williams of Oregon, vice chairman of 3 provisional presidentto Creomulsion and to 'refund your

Arthur Brisbane But that ,Is not attack that was denounced the committee, was made chairman of. hold office until his money if you are not satisfied with,
:the committee Dele successor is ele'cte'd by results :from the very/ first bottle.
the year's greatest scientific; ,achievement by the Leagueof on arrangements. Get Creomulsion right\now. (Adv..
_, ,although, it is gratifying to Nations, brought. gates to the convention will\ ] number congress. While guns 1
whileso 'J97, or 157 fewer than In 1032.) boomed in salute, ,
know that Colonel Lindbergh ----"'--=-- the British and lrencnSir
The national committee concluded its ..t .... as Gomez was buried
young, with no more "air" to conquer Samuel governments to the : ; on

has turned his ,concentratedmind Hoare point of collapse. To session with an Invitation 'to conservative -, Gen. Gomez the anniversary of: hIsassumptIOn OJ "
Democrats'to join with the Republicans
,. of powerin ciu4i
toward science. '
save the Baldwin cabinet, bare resigned -
In the effort to oust the Roosevelt 1909. On that day he executed a '
on tin eve of a parliamentarybattle is
administration. d'etat by which he seized the more than
Vastly more Important than any InventIon coup
In the house of commons,
for studying human disease is was belie\ ed the government thus government while President Cipriano -r ,:deep

the new 200-Inch telescope lens that' would be able to win a vote of 'con-' FRANK C. WALKER, one of Presi- Castro was in Europe seeking health. Ask expert.your GARFIE.D doctor1 Ask TEA-a the beauty cup

will enable men to study the .universe fidence. Hoare was made the goat, strongest supporters During his regime there were many nightly often does more for'
more intelligently. That universe is has resigned as executive directorof incipient revolts but he crushed them your skin and complexion than
for the entire ministry shared\ the responsibility writ. costlycosmetics..Expels poison
more ,important than any cancer or of ,the peace plan.In the national emergency council. Ho all with an Iron hand ; and even when tor FREE ous body wastes that clog thepores

gland. Paris Edouard Uerriot, memberof will)] retire to private i the presidential chair was'occ':1pled.: SAMPLE dyblotchTerupedskin.AweekGARFIEID and eventially cause mud-

life, but It is under- I''by others his control of thegovernment -' TEA of this internal: bauty&Te lmen&"
the cabinet without portfolio, resigned -
Ce.. Dept. 61 will astonish you Begin tonight.
The Nizam of Hyderabad, one of the as president of the powerful stood he will return to was absolute. Brooklyn,M-Y- (At sour dvatore)

numerous rulers whom the British keepon Radical Socialist party whose supportIs a< the service of the governmen't Among Gomez's greatest contributions -

their thrones, in return for a servility needed by Laval to'maintain his ma- as soon as to Venezuela were the establishment -

that delivers their subjects to jority in the parliament. his personal affairs of friendly relations with foreign A Splendid JLaxatirc Drink

the British, is about to celebrate ,his Hoare's position became untenable ; permit. This is takento nations and peace within the country,

silver jubilee as ruler. when he learned that the peace plan mean that he will the building of ,a fine system of automobile -

He interests Americans, because he was' about to be buried at Geneva. be appointed postmaster highways, and development of Itch and AtliletOne '$ Foot
called the-richest in general when natural resources.
Is absolutely man Capt. Anthony Eden, probably never I
the world, richer than Rockefeller, enthusiastic for it, practically repudI-, James A. Farley relinquishes He made the most of the great petroleum application of liquid JJ-Genn kills
parasitic itch in 30 minute It penetratesthe
.- Ford or Mellon. ated the ,scheme in a public meeting of; that' postto deposits at Lake ,Maracaibo, the pores of the skin and kit! germs of \

His income Is put at $50,000,000 a the league council. Laval also spoke, F.C. Walker take__n_ over- -- the_n_ -Prps-- -- granting many concessions to_ foreignoil Itch, Ringworm, Tetter.-Eczna, and Foot
Itch Poison Ivy, Poison Satisfactory
year, which might be possible, al- more reservedly, declaring that even ident'eelection cam companies, but placing an 'expo'rttax results or money back. Sold 1 W: druggists 50c .'
though his real fortune bears no In, if the plan were rejected, the council paign, probably early in the'new year on oil. The Industry In Venezuela or direct on receipt of price pd lOc postage.

L' terest. must continue- to seek conciliation.: Lyle C. Anderson, ,who has been solicitor grew until it' now holds third. rank In GEORGIA REMEDY CO, Covigton, Georgia

He has '14,000,000 Hindu subjects After the session, however, he admittedto for, the NEC since last May, was the world. .
that the named ,.to succeed Walker and Is already -
French men
under his rule, thanks to the tOlera- newspaper Looking+
tion of Great Britain, and after ,Eng- plan, for the time'being at least. is In cbarge'of the council. In his MC] GILL university, the famous One, Is always rem Bering hap-
letter or resignation to the President
land has finished with the 14,000,000, dead. Montreal institution, under its py days'' that one wq not aware

they might well yield! } .!ail. aversge.peryear The, council received from Addis Walker said that he regretted that. I new president, Arthur',Eustace Morganof were happy at the tit4.Refreshing .
some of the men in business and industry
,r of S.t'l the Nizam, which"would Ababa a note In which Emperor Ilaile England, is enlisting in the youth I

give him $ Goooooo a year of new Selassie bluntly accused Great, Britain were impatient with New Deal him- movement Twelve of Its professorswho
and France of having violated the recovery programs but expressed are over sixty-five years of age '

money. league covenant by seeking "to impose self certain the great mass of the have been notified that they must retire jRelief

- o.. \ upon Ethiopia a predominant controlby country. was wholeheartedly behind the at the end of the present school When'You Need
The British; who realize what President.
Italy with the certain aim of en- year.
mean, as they study Italy and Because of the refrel ng relief it
trusting to Italy the administration of Resentment against the action'was
\ Ethiopia, have more than 2,000 planes has brought; them, the ads of men
the capital and a large part of the ter WORKS Progress Administrator indicated. Prof. Stephen Leacock, head
'and who couic,fiord much
ordered for immediate use, with full women,
ritory. The League of Nations in con- Hopkins issued an ordec of the department of political economy expensive laxativt Black-
more use
equipment and men ready, and, for
senting to lend itself to such dissimulation that made happy about 3,500,000 work- humorist, and writer, who was Draught -when neede It is' very
plane in the air, England will
would violate article X of the ers, under his unit. one of those affected by the retirement economical, purely ve table, highly
have three on the ground to
covenant. "I desire that'' every regular WPA order, made this terse statement: effective. Mr. J. Roberson, '

. replace losses.. < In view of all the opposition and pay check earned be in the hands ol "I have plenty to say about the gov- well known LeSt tel' at Mar-

Thus Britain's program is 8,000 of Mussolini's hint that he would re the worker by Dec. 24," Hopkins said, ernors of McGIll\ putting me out of the tinsville,' Va., writes: can

planes, compared with our retail 1 buy- ject the proposals the league council in telegraphed Instructions to state university.. But I have all 'eternity to recommend medicine. I Black-Draughtis have taken itir'constipationand a splendid

' Ing. killed the plan entirely, softening its program directors.: "The law does not ,say'it in. I shall shout it down to the the dull feelings that (pow, and have '
advance but effort found it very satisfactorySkinS&FIrers
'permit payments, no
formally thanking[ Great mud."
' action by ,
" should be spared to deliver checks due BLACK-DR f UGHT .
Senator Pittman thinks
y.-; Japan plansto Britain and France for their "preliminary -

', ', I 'conquer the United States and the efforts" toward peace. A perma- by ,Christmas eve.' N A special election: in :Michigan's
"Overtime work administrative
rest of the world. He says Japan will nent committee of 13 councilors]] by I Third Congressional district VernerW.
rolls should be
employees handling pay
"seize the Philippines as soon as the but the Italian member-was. namedto ordered where necessary and courier Main, Republican, was victorious
., opportunity offers." That is probable; 'study the Italo-Ethiopian crisis. Howard Cavanagh, Democrat. ;
should over
service be arranged if necessary
the Philippines are In Asia. from the front said find ready relief fromjjhing of ec
Dispatches a : Main Is tentatively in favor of the
to overcome transportation delays
': After the Philippines Japan will great battle was in progress in the caused by congestion In the malls." Townsend plan but attributed his vie

i',, take Mexico, then the west coast of Takkaze river'sector and that the Italians President"Roosevelt entered on a new tory to opposition to the New Deal. R ilMti

the United States, according to Senator after .repul lng 'a strong attack' round. of conferences on the relief 'program

I I' Pittman, who wants to know by the Ethiopians, were retaliating to be provided for in the budgetfor eighth of the reciprocal trade '

i; ", whether this country will withdraw with a vigorous counter-movement. A the fiscal year beginning next .Tulj THE has been concludedwith

within itself as Japan advances, or large force of natives was reported tobe 1. New, Deal officials associated, \ with Honduras. It was signed at WNU-7 1 1-3G-

"," make. a definite stand somewhere. ,ambushed in a mountain pass, ,and relief were' summoned to the Whito Tegucigalpa but must be ratified by the

r' The west coast would give him the Italian officers declared few would House to offer suggestions:for keepin Honduran congress and confirmed b.\

" ,a definite answer about that escape. Losses on both sides were the relief' program down so that the President Roosevelt. The agreement Quick, Cop efe 1

heavy. administration can point, to budget balancing provides for duty reduction on 17 com .

There is an aristocracy even In efforts In the 1930 campaign. modifies exported by the United Statesto PleasatIELIM

crime.; ,You read, ""Hauptmann sings WHEN.Thomas Masaryk, founder Plans for organizing the Civilian Honduras and assurance against Increases -

carols In death house." and presidentof Conservation corps on a smaller buf on 20 others.

Five other murderers in the ,same the republic since its creation, resigned permanent basis were discussed with Among the concessions by Honduras > N'IONLet's U

house sang the carols with him, :Jingle because he was eight '-six years Robert Fechner, CCC director, and a 'on United States exports' are reductions ,

I, Bells," and also "Heilige Nacht" old and wearied by group,"6f cabinet oflicers., in duties smoked, hams, shoul- be frank. There's cv one way for

,: "Holy Night"), which must have had his labors, he. recommended bacon, and sausages, and on your body to rid itself the waste matters
a" that the that cause acidity;(Is, headaches,
strange sound parliament -
I coming from the CALEB salted and
J. MILNE IV of Philadelphia canned meats, except: bloated feelings and a ten other dis
throats of murderers. elect as his successor g y\oung\ heir to a textile fortune, who corned beef, by from one-third to one- comforts-your intestiniiust function.To .

There' are six murderers in the death Eduard Benes, ; ? was, nbducted d for ransom, was found half; reduction of the rate on butter make them mov 'cklY' pleas.

house, and all sang together,. but the who was Masaryk's bound and gagged, five miles from Buckingham by two-thirds; lowering the rate on antly, completely, wtout griping.

other five are merely "also present," co-worker' for establishment Pa., where he had been thrown evaporated milk by one-half, and thoseon Thousands of physici recommend
no names mentioned.: of the republic ; from im automobile. It was reported condensed and dried skimmed milk Milnesia Wafers. (Den" recommend

TheIr -murders were not sufficiently and has been Its )4' that relatives had paid $25.000 for his by one-third. Rates on dried fruit :Milnesia wafers as an icient remedy

interesting. only minister of for... release! Milne was too weak from Items are lowered by from onethirdto for mouth acidity). I

eign affairs. This advice hunger\and exposure; to tell a connected three-fourths ; on canned fruits vegetables These mint flavored idy-like' wafersare

The country has inflation now, with was followed storV when found. Department 01 and fish by from two-thirds to pure milk of equab magna. Each full.adult wafer '..
its 59-cent dollars and double the Benes being chosen Eduard Benesof Justice (agents were on the trail of the three-fourths. The rate on cotton is dose approximately of liquid milk of mnesia. Chewed

amount of cash circulating compared, by a vote of 340 out kidnapers and it was believed, the gang shirts is cut 50 per cent and ,there are thoroughly in accordanwilh the directions

with, prosperous 1929. 440 votes. There, were 24 votes for would soon be rounded up. substantial reductions In rates on den on the bottle or tinen: swallowed,

Inflation is not realized, because Prof. Bohumil Nemec, leader of theroFascists ims, cotton. hosiery and other textile they;correct acidity, H breath, flatulence

bankers their vaults ) and 7G abstentions The items. at their : at'the same
bulging, do not | PIUS conferred red hats on source
Sokols organization of sportsmen and POPE time'enable / pleasant -
dare lend not
knowing what Is 'good new cardinals In a public
the war veterans, supported Benes elimination. |
security or what upstanding 100 percent consistory at St. Peter's, in Vatican ELIAS CALLES, one- '
can bottles
unanimously, and his victory was PLUTARCO :Milnesia Wafers 20
American will be "flat broke'' six hailed as a triumph for democracy.A City. Fur others received their red man" of Mexico, has returned and 48 wafers, at 35c id 60c respectively

months hence.Mussolini general reorganization of Czecho- hats at t leir nunciaturas. These twenty there from his exile in California or in convenienna containing ..

-' slovakia's diplomatic representationabroad bring 1 the sacred college to within with the apparent Intention of disputing 12 at 20c. Each wafer'approximately' _

calls those trying to starve two of its full numerical strength for the rule of the country with an adult dose of milk[magnesia. All
will follow the election of the
his people with sanctions "egotistical, the first ime In many years. President Lazaro Cardenas. In orderto good drug stores effect m. Start using
new president. Jan Masaryk, son of
hypocritical," says Italy can go on in prevent military coup against the these delicious, wafers today.
the: former president, will be recalled Professional ample|nt free to
spite of them. government, Cardenas dismissed Gen. reg.
from London tact as chief of Benes' hoard' of directors of the tilts if
Tall Queen Elena, the king's wife, THE .Medina Veytla as chief of the military istered physicians or request
chancellery The minister In Wash- s of Columbus made a tart is made on profession tter head.
at the tomb of the Italian Unknown zone of the Valley of 'Mexico and
prays -
to 'resident Roosevelt in their
ington, Dr. F. Veverka Is scheduled to reply SELECT'PRODUC1 Incorporated
,Soldier "for the triumph of Gen. JoaquIn Amaro as director of the
move on to London. dispute 0' er our government's positionIn 4402 23rd SU Long..nd City. N. Y., .1
Roman civilization\ in Africa." Benes, who Is fifty-one years old, has respect to the alleged religious persecution national military school. Both were

It it Is possible to talk or think In had a brilliant diplomatic career. One Ii: Mexico. It concluded will among the supporters of Calles, as 0

the tomb, that Unknown Soldier may of the ablest strokes was the creationof the asser Ion that Mr. Roosevelt was ,were five senators who were previously -

have murmured: "So, they are stlU' the little entente, whereby Czechoslovakia responsible for the government's failure expelled on charges of rebelliousand

at It." .Itigo-Slavla and Rumania to folliw)) a long Hue of precedents seditious activities.The .

e Kina Features Syndicate lac. stand together In central Europe. He "founded {jpon established American administration's next move was
WNU Service. to oust four state governors.
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t Big Tree Forests IMPROVED [All Ground gI How Calotabs Help Nature :1:

rfll' :;. Stood Over Eastern U. S. UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL ,

House bJ To Thro\\T Off R1 rn1.1 ,:
'. :t'i i Great forests of sequoia trees, related e .
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.-'.:\ ","'f.: to the Big Trees of California SUNDAY' Lesson Millions have found in Calotabs a Second, Calotabs are diuretic to the ,iJ i i
.' : .t and the coast redwoods of the Pacific When sheets wear In the middle, most valuable aid in the treatmentof kidneys, promoting the elimination f fI

:. slope, once stood over most of FITZWATER. D. D rip hems and make sheets into pillow colds. They take one or two tab- I of cold poisons from the system. Thus \
By REV. B.
what is now the United States.: New Member of Faculty Moody Biblo? cases out of each sheet. lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of '
finds of their remains have recently Institute of Chicago. third or fifth night if needed. a purgative and diuretic, both of .1
C Western Newspaper Union. How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed In the treatment
; been made, and are now in possession Wrinkles may be easily removed throw off a cold? First, Calotabs is of colds. f

of the Smithsonian institution from a chiffon dress if It is hung In one of the most thorough and, dependable Calotabs are quite economical; !
r In Washington, where they are beings Lesson for January 5 a bathroom filled with steam. When of all intestinal eliminants, only twenty-five cents for the family ... j
studied by Dr. It. W. Brown of the thoroughly steamed hang in the air thus the cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten., cents for the. trial "
germ-laden mucus and toxines.
package. Adv.) -
United States Geological Survey,, MARY'S SONG OF PRAISE to dry iA" ;
.y One lot of specimens consists of ,- II I

an ancient driftwood deposit found LESSON TEXT-Luke 1:46-58. Raisins and Jigs, will not stick to

Maryland, near Washington, and GOLDEN TEXT-My soul doth mag- the food chopper if a little flour I
hath rejoiced
nify the Lord, and'my spirit
'. '1ft the other is ,of sequoia cones from in' God my Savior. Luke 1:46,47. mixed 'with a few drops of lemon
,, ', the Cannonball river region 1n North PRIMARY TOPIC-Why Mary .Sang. juice is put through chopper with I e ll'hvn In .4 tl "it ,- '

Y Dakota. No cones were found in JUNIOR TOPIC-Why Mary Sang. the fruits. .

the Maryland deposit, but it Is, considered INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR *
1 TOPIC-What Our Mothers Have Done j T fiB EV I N d.COFF HOTELA
likely! that some of the logs for Us. One quart of boiling water, three ... ,
-4: are of redwood,; sequoia cones have YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT f tablespoons of linseed oil and one tablespoon .'. ROB, R, MEYER HOTEL ,
; F:. been found in other Maryland .de TOPIC-A Mother's Vision' and. Influ- of turpentine mixed to- "
; .. posits. The trees in. both collectionsare ence. I gether and applied to hardwood !,( ,".' '", FIKEPHOOFr .. '. 1 s 1
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of Cretaceous geological age, ,
floors with a woolen cloth will re-
Jewish maid of the town
Mary was a "Nearer than ,
rY; about,120,000,000 years ago.-Science of Nazareth. The first informationwe move all the dust and dirt that; has .:, anything to Everything" ',.

Service. haye of her is that' she was en- accumulated on them. 1,050 FeeAbov.e Sea Level

-- gaged to be married to Joseph, a' car- *

'k ALWAYS CROSS PRAISES CHANGE penter 'of the same village. It seems If a beef loaf is seared In hot ba-
that the custom among the Jews was con drippings before baking 'in the

sa'4 r for betrothal l to take place a year oven it will not, become dry. 200 'ROOMS'All

before marriage. : O ft

'. I I. The Occasion of (Luke 1:20, 27)). French chalk rubbed over a grease with Private Bath, full

1. Gabriel's announcement (vv.26-37). spot, on wallpaper and allowed to re- "'
During this interval of betrothal God main overnight will remote spot. ; i 'T length mirrors. Radio-two,

sent the angel Gabriel to announce to \* I I channels, and Beauty Rest
NEW BEAUTY Mary that she was to be the mother of
I After oiling a sewing machine, sew Beds Solid Comfort.
Jesus. Isaiah than 700
more years
through a piece of blotting paper.
r THRILLS HUSBAND before, prophesied that a virgin would This will prevent any surplus 'oil .
give birth to a son, whose name shouldbe
from soiling material.
Her husband marvels at her dear complexion. called Immanuel "God with us" 11J DINING
sparkling eyes,new vitality. She is really a dif-, ROOMCOFFEE
(Isa. 7:14). Though at first perplexed
;.; fcrent person since she eliminated intestinal
sluggishness.What a difference a balanced combination she accepted the annuncation with remarkable If windows are rubbed with tissue SHOP
of natural laxatives makes. Learn fori' after they have been washed
,, yourself!Give Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) courage and devotion.. To be paper GARAGE .
a trial. Note how naturally they work leavingyou told that she was to ,be a mother was with chamois, wrung out, of a quartof a 4 ,
feeling 100% better, freshened,alive.Contain "
no phenol i-AJLiumLuim nothing startling for this was the warm water to which a tablespon- +

-- '. 'or mineral deA C M.IJ 6 normal desire,of every married Jewish ful of ammonia has been added, they 1 ,
,. rivatives.! 25c, Mall . will have a brilliant polish.
druggists. woman.. Under the circumstances she L O. MOSELEY, 'Manager '
accepted motherhood at a tremendouscost. *

She was conscious of her virgin Put a teaspoonful of borax into

..t' I That Touch purity. She knew that to become a starch water. It will give a" gloss to "A Hotel' With a Reputation'NO
.<' Many a'' father suffers from H
'' mother under such circumstances the starched things. .
:. touch of the son. would expose her to suspicion and Associated NewS1>3.pers.-W Service.

shame (John 841): ).

l : l 2. 'Mary's response (v. 38). Her

faith was such that she responded {1@r.WtltW1; #t t{% tt1it fl t&$% 4 $$U
She said. : ......",,(' -.<.. ........ <
'with courage. .
;\ COPED "Behold the handmaid of the Lord ; be "f .f.'N\\ u

;: it unto me according to thy word." She :

accepted motherhood under these circumstances -
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command. It was
; as r {x.yi kin : ..
made clear to her that the begetting

..., ; was by the Holy Ghost and that the
: : To quickly relieve Most High would embody himself with "

f chapping, roughness, humanity divinely begotten and that ,GEORGE, WELL..YOU CAN'T }/SORRY, BUDDY {' SAY,. IF THAT
y\;:: : cracking,apply soothing, the resultant thing born would be 'I'WON'T' STALL AROUND MUCH < ,.,NO TEST HOP CAPTAIN HAD t ?tiR' >xF' '
>J f coohnientholatum. holy 'and called the Son of God., MARRY YOU LONGER' I'M TAKING | '. 1'oR YOU! CflPTAlM MY HEADACHES
,,: : '. 3. She visits Elisabeth (vv. 39-45) f .
I In her embarrassment she set out on -1 GET YOUR IN THE MORNING/ !,,; ; NERVES"ARE \*; HOSPITAL / --
:'t: a visit to an e'derly kinswoman called ... TO THEDOCTOR
,, the I SHE REALLY ,
Elisabeth. Having sought sympathy I THOUGHT 3: ?: THIS Is
i and encouragement of her friend, r< ; ; YOU KNEW < LOVED YOU,SHE AT ONCE/ DIRTY DEAL/ +: :
.. .... her triumphant: faith carried her be- THAT. b" WOULDN'T CARE WHAT IF YOU
A J yond the misunderstanding, the scorn 1 WHETHER YOU DID SMASH UP

<,. -, and shame which awaited her, and :: ir Y, :yr. ss ? .. >,: HAD T/N WINGS THAT LANDING
::',:. },, aca: PINNED ON GEAR TODAY/
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;;} : ;
x caused her soul to burst out in the S4.i"
'. '. most wonderful song of praise. Thisis NOT't MAKE
; OR
f called the "Magnificat" because of iyl <'

I, .J' ttevl 0i3 the first word- in the Latin version,

i, :. ;'.: ,. "My soul doth magnify the Lord." As

: \' je pointed out by another, three featuresof :

'.::'; .Sit her character stand out in this 74.i:

song.a. .
Her of'heart. Only a M
O purity pure pfti
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7. i' 1I heart] rejoices when God has come t TE .\ .,gS,,
near. I
I 1[ I Atlnnln Ge. b. Her humility. She forgot herself "

:: and gave her heart to God's praises.c. .
For Constipation'Troubles Her unselfishness. She did not

'{:5 t Thousands now take Dr. Hitch- primarily think of the undying honor
!M; cock's Laxative Powder for biliousness which through the ages should be at- r .. _.
;1' 1 sick headaches and up-set tached to her but the blessedness 50 THE IF YOU }
,l t- stomach due to constipation. They to others.II. DOCTORSAID HE SAID, QUIT COFFEE GIVE UPFLYNG OH, ALL RIGHT,.. t
find that Dr.:Hitchcock's All-Vege which would come AND DRINK POSTUM / S" / IF YOU FEEL THAT "4 ?, t/
1 table Laxative Powder Is mild-but The Content of Her,' Song (vv. BUT THAT'S BUNK GEORGE WAY, I'LL TRY 7
i effective-it acts gently, yet thoroughly 4G-5S::; ). 4> YOU I'LL GIVE Up : YOU'LL POSTUM/ CURSES!
1 I ,; : and removes that clogged 40-49). It HAVE } '
1. For ,salvation (vv.
H; condition of the bOwels. Cleanse COFFEE-
your intestines of waste matter- 'was salvation for, herself and others. NERVES? .1'A ; THAT5 THE UP TOO- #; ME OUT/ POSTUM
it re don't allow'.poisons to, accumulateand There Is no suggestion whatever in WHAT } t FIRST SMARTTiIIN6 I WON'T' <: c. ALWAYS PUTS ME

break down your vitality and this song thatshe thought of herself as DID HEADVISE YOU'VE SAID SINGE tff- MARRY ; ,)k.g ,,!, INTO A
'' health Family size 25c."NATURE'S the mother' of God. She praised God ? t : YOU TOLP-THAT .: QUITTER/ :' aa ti:1'tc' TAILSPNTAKE / !

for the4 high distinction of being the :
tk channel through which, the eternal Son ::a{ YOU THOUGHT :, :.%
; 1 of God was to make contact with the ';0v;: ?r OF HIM / Z;

; race and save it. This high distinc- !;E
+ BEST ASSISTANT"Eczema tion wrought humility In her. soul. !

I 2. For the divine character (4v. 49,

I! i} r' 50)). She praised God that he had
Big almighty power, that he was absolutelyholy
i'j! u It and abundant In mercy.

i II h;I" ;:- Watery Bumps 3. For what the Savior shall 'accomplish

t (vv. 51, 52). :

i ;F Burning. and Itching a. He was to scatter the rebellious, F ,

II' ,i t ,'l. Relieved by Cuticura the unbelieving, and the proud. Thoughhe E ( A TIP FROM
;, ( 0:'...": Is.exceedingly merciful and patient, .M ME....IF YOU'VE: GOT \
i 1:: '. The records abound with grateful the time is coming when all who reject f:.f f1 r.v viiv+ \ COFFEE NERVES... (
.1 I '., ;< letters of praise like 'the following. him shall be scattered.. : HOPE 1\ ( SWITCH TO POSTUM/ ) y
'.; \<)", '" Name and full address are printedto b. He was to exalt the lowly. How : "=" .- '.

::":: to show that Cuticura letters are wonderfully this has been accomplished WAKE? HE'S '

4 ,! ; genuine beyond question. through the centuries. Those who turn AS GOOP BEEN a OF course,; children should
i ,! I, "My eczema began with an itching from sin and exercise faith In ..JesusChl'lst ,i A HUSBAND ; THE ";. ,, >r; 7q never drink: coffee. And many
i on my hands, arms and feet, and I grown-ups, too, find that the
lifted to of hon- f HE 15 '
,.if. I when I scratched, big, watery bumps are up places '. caffein in coffee'disagrees with
orable recognition ) '
: ; came. They burned and itched so, I them. If you are bothered by
1 ? a% SINCE
i: that I scratched and Irritated the c. He filled the hungry: It is swrrcHED HE +_"''" headaches or indigestion, or .
; I: affected parts. It worried me so I through Jesus Christ that good is can't sleep soundly,coffee may be to blame...why

i I ; '" could not, sleep. gained for the hungry. Indeed all '. y b <,.}ti iE not try Postum for 30'days?,It contains no caffein. ,
I ; ., I,';J' "I had this eczema for five years: blessings come through him.d. It is simply whole wheat.and'.bran roasted ,and ::';,
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I : before I star.ed to use Cuticura. make...costs less than
lie sent the rich away empty. > } i: slightly sweetened:Easy to
; j
:'r::: After using three fakes of Cuticura
" ; S : Delicious and
: too
By the rich no doubt Is meant those half a cent a cup. may provea
::-: : Soap and three tins of Cuticura Ointment A of General Foods. I
1 :: '< J"t'. the Irritation was relieved." who have arrogated: to themselves importance real help. product

i I j'j-' ; "'.'" (Signed) Miss G. E. Held, S50; Central because of the' possessionswhich FREE Let us send you your first week's supply .ofPosrumJreel ... .
mail coupori. @uJe.o.P.co.
\ ,:. Av., Hamilton, O. he gave them. SImply
Get Cuticura. GENERAL.FOODS.Battle Creek;Mich. W. N. U.1-1-36
Soap and Ointment 4. For God's faithfulness (vv. 53-55)),
Send me,without obligation,a week's supply of Postum.
NOW. Amazing also in relief of His faithfulness is shown In keeping
pimples, rashes, ringworm and other Name
his promises. That which was about to .
.. externally caused sklu laults. Soap. be realized was the fulfillment of the Flint > Street
25c. Ointment 25c. At all druggists.Samples' AfUWJ0 :fit? state
I FREE. Write "Cuticura," covenant promise made In Eden an Dept: 21, Maiden, Mass.-Adv. pernot atcxi through Abraham. I { (Offer good in U.S.only--erpires Dec.31,1936.)

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The Clewiston News lament the fact that they have no by Latham deserves a paragraph to West Point, Georgia' -wherever that' So you see the town is in nothing ,-

listings of vacant homes or apart- itself. It's a Super-Vulcan and a may be-where Ralph will put a newt lacking. ,:

ments. Hotel reservations are heavy brute. Double action, weight 1214'0 ,- span in' a bridge; several months' A Community church' is right at f. )

and resort cities are overflowing pounds, nine feet and one inch work, probably. And I'm just hoping hand

Published every Friday in Clewiston Even rooms in private homes are get long, striking 120 blows per minuteon that West Point, Georgia, is near As is one for those of the Catholic ,

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ting scarce. a 15 and one half ilch'stroke, enough to LaBelle so that visits will brand. '

Inc. Building activity is brisk in many and with an eighteen inch pile cap, be possible. Shoes or socks'' from 'the Dept. Store

sections and property owners are it is truly a fine piece of machinery.You Well, Christmas and New Years Are available for those who wish to

taking advantage of government as- can drag out the Kollum for Day have came and went, and we I call "Fore",

Keathley Bowden Editor sistance in the matter of financing the 29th of November and compare have a year in which to recover. I Down the road on the splendid golf A

needed repairs and improvements.Sales this hammer with the 10-B-3 on the hope you all had a good ,time. The course .

of real estate are reported Ortona job, if you're interested. Andit men who were fortunate enough to Which is easily reached without a '

all will sure be busy QU the North get home are back horse. S '
from all over the state with typesof straggling to a
Entered as second class mall mat- property represented. Alert brokers Shore work. work and routine begins again for At three hotels you may find rest 1) ,''-'

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post The Is the all. And food equal, to the very best. :
have returned to the ground sheet piling on job onj I us For which, since' I am getting
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under floor and are building up a sales barges; all materials are unloaded]j i along in years to the point whereI I For those who ,care over night to "'' .
the Act of force. The little home you could have station -[i upsets say thank the I
purchased last year for $2,000 is down the creek. Skipper Brinii |I Lord. The local movie the bestpictures ,

now painted, with a new sun parlor and his tug will be kept busier than play.

Subsct'iptJon'rate., 2.00 per year. and sleeping porch and the owner the Vulcan, since all the structures EDITOR'S NOTE-The follow- If you should suddenly become ill "

Advertising rates on, application. turned down an offer last week for over there except the gate are actu- ing poem was written by L. S. Warren One of three doctors can give you a

$3,500. ally out in the lake as it lies now, supervising principal of the pill. "

Reaction to the Florida Exhibit at and It looks sort of funny to see schools of* Mouangahela City, Pa., In the fields many cattle browse

Devoted to the advancement and I Rockefeller Center the All-Florida the culvert going in 200 feet or so I I who with his wife has been the And the government, its employees '

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry Advertising Campaign and the ad- from shore. The Ark started the cofferdam I guest of Mis. Warren's aunt, Mrs. house. '

County. vertising of Florida citrus fruit will for the culvert, but they havea I 11.I '.D. .Leydig. here.. ..._Mr. Warren was.Up north we have artificial flowers. :"

be felt during the next three months P and H out there now throwingup well Impressed with Clewiston and Down here they grow everywhere in i '.
and should result in this being the piles of dirt that will eventuateinto I wrote down his! impressions cleverly bowers. :F J'.
And the office boy wonders if the The people are far from fools. -, -.;
greatest tourist season the state has a dam around the site of the in poetic form. We are passing it '
change in weather made folks'drink ever known. structure. along to our readers believing that They are justly proud of their fine '

so ,much ice water New ?ear's Day.If found Charlie they will be much interested. schools. -
Motor tourists in At the field, office we very
a never ending:: I'm
And now to on
my way
the first few days of the New stream are pouring into the state and Trainor and Bass and Thorgesonand ,Monongahela Pa. But before, I leave, permit me' to say jf
Stewart and youi\g Frank Inger- ,
will continue to do
Year are any indication ,of what the so When I get home and see our church --C.I'll .
soll and Jimmie Wolfe who consti-
wlnter'season and this CLEWISTON
to pa- Y
remainder will be, 1936 promises steeple 'J
beery warm and rainy. rade goes through the state to the tute the present force. Charlie in By Lewis Sible WarrenIt think of Clewiston and its finE ,-,JJt
tune of clinking coins and clangingcash charge, of course; Thorgeson on
is a town upon the lake. people.
survey and lay-out with Gary, Jim- $
1936.: A geueral election and also registers. See it for goodness sake.
mie and Frank; Bass in the office,
leap year. Lobks like an interesting 1936 is Florida's year. Let's make There is located a sugar mill I
and Stewart as artist and weather
366 days especially for the politi- the most of it. Remember, among But nowhere can you see a hill. ':.::
prognosticator ',in charge of the of- READ. TilE ADVERTISEMENTS, ti
cians and bachelors.We the thousands who will visit Flor- Its highway runs from Gulf to Ocean I I
ficial weather bureau over there.
ida this winter are many who have Its"scenery is not a potion. \
And let me tell you, those signs at
wonder how many who bet on never been here before. They will Many acres of green beans
the entrance of the yard and over the FOR SALE-Excellent business corner ;;i.
the results of the Bowl games Wed- meet Florida just as you meet a Are only one of its beautiful scenes.
'are state No 25. .
office truly artistic, decoratedwith on highway
nesday guessed 'rig'ht. We are thank- stranger. What will their impressionbe I saw my first banana trees
red castles and fine black let- South east corner Miami canal with "
ful that we had no money to bet ?, The lake waters prevent a freeze.If .
tering, with arrows in red and white mercantile buildings and .dwelling : >.:
with. Nature may be kind to us during to point the way-a nice job, indeed far from 'home and you are wor- Lake Harbor. Write M. I. Johnson,. "'1'-\'

their. stay. We may have blue skies, Even the 'weather vane has a ried ;, 536 Rush St., ',Chicago, Ill ''''
We are very grateful that Peggy, warm sunny days; our lakes may A message by telegraph can be hur- :,
tiny castle on the feather end.
our local editor's bird-dog decidedto sparkle in the sunlight, birds singin ried. --- -.--.------ '.,
como' home. Had she stayed awaya the trees, the air be laden with Charlie 'and Ruth have a lovely I When your wash puts you in a quan- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT-OF THE : ,,'

few more days it's likely that local the scent of -orange blossoms-a true house in the DeBarry subdivision dry TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .
with a fireplace for cold weather I FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY ;
news would be scarce this week. land of enchantment. But it is not Why not send it to their laundry? COUNTY. i .
enough. and a multitude of big casement! That will give you needed rest DIVORCE :..
Most of the Christmas decorationshave windows for when it's, hot. The MILDRED MAE LANDON .i-;
And'anyhow'the laundry does,it best. ...
Beauty and charm can lure and 'Plaintiff .:J
been taken down, holiday mer- appeal, but it is personality that Wolfes are also domiciled but we' For lunch we had fresh peas vs.CLARENCE. :, '
chandise removed from the display didn't have time to look their residence Secured in a garden with the great- LANDON ,; !
holds. Florida's pernsoality is YOU Defendant ,>]
shelves and windows of the stores up.. est ease.Lettuce ORDER OF PUBLICATION ,,
and ME and a million other Florid- .
and the serious business of makingthe ians. Will 'these countless thousan'dsof Pete Powell Is very much ,on the turnips and strawberries, I LANDON. GREETINGS: ; '",
most of.the New Year has begun. You are hereby commanded to file
; newcomers like your city? Will job, as usual, efficient and go d-na- too your written appearaaoe: personally or !?.
they want to stay or come again? tured and good-looking. Pete's a In midwinter shows what they can by attorney In said cause at the Court y\
Birthday balls to be held in all prime favorite, with the old lady. He do.When. I House In LaBelle, Florida, In the office :\
Watch your step-YOU are the of the Clerk of said Court, on or before -J
parts of the country again honoring also has found a pleasant place to your appearance gives you a Monday, the 6th day of January, 1936, !
to most important part of Florida. A and thereafter to file with said Clerk
the President and proceeds going live. We were particularly glad to scareA I a
smile your written defense If any to the Bill
friendly a courteous ,reply, and
the Warm Springs 'Foundation for see Roy Sands there, too, and ,recalled 'beauty parlor will your locks repair Complaint, filed In said suit at the .
Lots a bit, of kindly advice, a square deal, time prescribed by law, which Elliot \ -'
the relief of infantile paralysis. I i
with chuckle the last ,
many a : ,
fair prices, "Pardon me", "Please," Complaint for: divorce was filed by the, .; Ji:' "
of money raised last year and for New Years Day in Indiantown; we A dike built by the government Plaintiff this 5th day of December. 1935. ,"
and "Thank you, all play a part in I It Is further ordered that this 'Notice "
such a worthy cause, more should be had a good time and no mistake. If Is looked upon as heaven sent. be published In the Clewiston News, a I
';'' raised this year. On with the dance! "Selling your present plans mature. Roy and Jo Millions of acres of muck land newspaper of general circulation, pub-
The real impression the visitor lished at Clewiston, Florida, once a
will spend the winter in Miami-and Blend into ones of white sand. week for four consecutive weeks prior ,
gains of state or1 town is '
Have reached the conclusionthat :your your to January 6, 1936,
according to Doc and Betty Vaughn, Should auto go wrong, don't tear
largely the impression that YOU DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle
the rattlesnake is the toughest who are down there now, they will your hair Hendry ,County. Florida, ,this 5th daY' ;
thing to be found. Encountered a give him. Folks don't like towns spend in Miami considerable besides Four garages are willing make re- December,, A. D., 1935WILLIAM. ', '
where people are surly and selfish.A T. HULL. .
., five-foot one recently between Moore the winter. Doc and Betty were in pair. As Clerk of the. Circuit Court.

Haven and Clewiston, ran over' him discourteous word can ruin the LaBelle before Christmas.-same jolly Three drug stores to serve your Hendry County, Florida.

five times before he decided to move sweetest song a mocker ever: chirped.A Doc and Betty still counting his needs A(SEAL true)copy. ''. t
gruff"Hey you" barked at a timid WILLIAM: T. HULL, ;
and then'crawled leisurely down the
empty glasses with an eagle eye. But only one if you ,want seeds. As Clerk of Said Court.
: visitor ,who accidently got .the
bank, swam the canal and disap- on Just heard from Tish Wardell: This one also does vegetable pack: M. COUSE, Clewiston, Florida, -
wrong traffic lane, can,obliterate the Solicitor for Plaintiff. j'j'J.
in the stood
peared grass as we cuss- that she and Ralph are moving, to ing. Dec 6-13-20-27 Jan 3. j
scent of million blossorrs.
neither stick orange
,: ing a ,place where a .
I A che.ck"for, $1.50 for a dinner worth --:--
nor a good-sized rock could be -- --- r
found. two bits or a charge, of $12.00 fora '

$2.00 room, handed out with; i, T F

r'- Fishermen in the lake' last week stoney stare, will counteract the prettiest f ; i: := ]

f;' are reported to have hauled a human page Evening advertisement Post ever ran.the Saturd'ay A._. ASA ..t.t. .s.y ,.

jawbone in in their net which Ai
was over' so large the ordinary that it would man's fit jawbonebut entirely visitors If you put'want YOURSELF to put "sand"there in first the! = =i= Attractive' Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :;::2 i:

two of the teeth had gold fill- ..t.t. AS. f.s. .s. .!.
ings. Which might prove one of two .. AS. .. .0.

things, either, that gold fillings were Caloosahatchee f I fyy

used by pre-historic man or that .. .s. .y.. ...

Primo Camera, has been drowned in f: } yf,

Lake Okeechobee without anyone Cacography .S,5.t.1

being the wiser .
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By Marjorie B. Wallace yY yXX xffX )


Late To Classify Really" the Kollum should be dub- ft y y ,.
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bed "North, Shore Noctograph" to- v ?

dayand to save you the troubleof v ,1' y
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hauling out the dictionary, thatis .s. ; \ .s. ..SAt

z' an instrument for recording the 5) v
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'' presence of a watchman on his

k Time marches on.-The clock rounds. Pop had a half day coming :yAAA yA

'::' strikes twelve!- Bottoms up! Ev- to him 'and' took it Tuesday morningand AA yA

", erybody shout!- 'Everybody danceEverybody we climbed into the Dodge and ,f 0 'J.i .5/S .yA( ..i.r .

-., sing!- Ring a bell!- went .to Okeechobee to see what'swhat .'t t t .v. b
Blow a whistle!- Empty ur six- over there. So, since I know f 5

,shooter! It's '1936!- Happy New you are Interested. in that job as X
I .:s: .. .i. 0:.
Year: WHOOPEE' well as this end of the work, here t ; y ?
And some people make RESOLUTIONS goes for a report. Af X

V ; Latham has :started on the struc- ,.s.s. ..sO. 1 OS.: ..s.

Then comes the dawn and we, rub tures; the hurricane gate at Taylor's f xt

;, our eyes, yell for icewaterand Creek and the first culvert, a three Ay y Yy

"': "Where the heck is the BromoSeltzer barrel one, to *Uie east of the gate. I .;. .1. S 1 0.1..
: : : .s.
.s. :
It's just another day, anotheryear Excavation for/the: gate is about y Xy
;': and most of us settle back in finished. One cjf the P and H ,ma- y

;,', the same old groove and TIME chines was dragging out dirt,' most .H sy y

;. MARCHES ON. ly sand, and filing the cofferdam 0 .s'y .t.
,"" But1936 does promise to be a neatly around ;the .hole. We think :s: t I AS. .:. )
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wonderful for Florida. Conditions
year ?
Ortona is ,a dry job, but the hole At y. sy

'" in most every line show marked Gate number 6 looks like Quoddy at i :: Pay The Balance Like Rent :i: :=
improve ent. Business IS better. low tide. There's so little water in :: ; .. i
We are making real in the s ".
progress it that the is almost
.. solution of many trying problems. fluous-Pete pump could put a man super-witha :: :: WE.HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :s: :;:

Tourist ,travel is heavier than it bucket down there and keep it :;: *_ YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME X *

has been for years. South bound nicely bailed out.
By Monday they
trains, ships and buses are running' will probably be started on the pile

in several accomodations sections with steadily the increas-demandfor steel driving sheet, and piling will first box her as they in with did n Clewiston Home Building Association :U_: j:

ing. ..
at Ortona, and'then drive the 1,600 .s. ..
0 :: { PHONE 102 _., .s.
Rent" signs" in most comm foundation piles inside the box. 4 9 V9j

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f',1 XHX"XX**!' -*X*X1MJ''f .. Gordon Rogers left Wednesday to high to Mrs. C. L. Downs, low to to Montverde. where she is atending agents are unknown, and that the

t : i :: take a position, in Fort Pierce after Mrs. Fred Curry, cut to Mrs R. Y. school. '.' residence of the other defendants as

> Personal Mention serving as pharmacist at Alston's Patterson and guest prizes were set forth above is unknown, or that

iff: .( f store for the past several months. given Mrs. Prewitt and Miss Eleanor Mrs. Ed Pfluge and daughters they are non-residents of the State

.r.: ............. .................... ......................................................... His place here has been taken by C. DeGolier. Margaret Winifred and Floy, and, of Florida, as set forth above;

Mr. and Mrs. Fred I. Hill spent J. Hutchins, of Tampa. Sandwiches, salad and coffee were son, Richard, of Tallahassee, have of It the is thereupon above ordered that each

Saturday in Miami. served to: Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, been visiting with 'Mrs. Pfluge's par- hereby r required named to defendants is

Mrs. Hoomes Rich and Mrs. G. S. Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. Fred Curry, I ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Richards.Mr. above styled 'cause appear on Monday In. the the

Mobley accompanied Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. O. F.
'' Mr. and Mrs.. F. Deane Duff spent 3rd. day of February, A. D. 1936, A
several days last week In Miami.Mr. A. M. Rich as far as West Palm Scliiffli, Mrs. Wi.| C. Owen, Mrs. FredI. and Mrs, John Anderson of Rule day of said Court, at the officeof

Beach on Thursday on their returnto Hill, Mrs. Richardson Selee, Miss Huntsville, Ala., were in LaBelle on the Clerk of the Circuit Court of .'

their home at Jacksonville Beach Eleanor DeGolier of Cincinnati, 0., business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Hendry County, Florida, in the ':

and Mrs. F. Deane Duff are after a two week's visit here. Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. H. J. B. arc spending the winter in Court House of said County, at La- ._ :,
spending today in West Palm Beach. Belle, Florida, to the Bill of Cora-
i Scharnberg, Mrs H. A. Bestor, Mrs.E. Lake Placid.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley enter- L. Stewart, Mrs. G. E.' Smith and plaint filed against them by The "'

W. W. Liddell and R. L. Smith tained with a waffle supper Saturday Miss Virginia Gallant. THE COMMUNITY CHURCHD. A Florida Land and Timber Company' ::'"
Corporation, the same being a bill
s spent Tuesday and Wednesday in evening honoring Rev. and Mrs: I Jenkins Williams, Minister.- for the foreclosure of a mortgage up-

Sarasota.Mrs. A. M. Rich of Jacksonville Beach. REV. AND. MRS. RICHHONORED on the above described lands; other-

Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich were also AT TEA Sunday, January 5, 1936 wise the allegations of the said Bill !'

Milton Fuller and Miss Lilly present.Mr. I I I1Ir. 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. will be taken as confessed by you

, Frazer of Palm Beach visited Mrs. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich entertained The Clewiston News, A Newspaper

a G. S. Moblev. Monday. and Mrs. B. E. Herring scent with a tea Tuesday afternoon 10:45 A.1\(. 'Junior Church I of general circulation, printed and

... Christmas week with Mrs. Herring's I from 5 until 7 honoring Mr. 'Rich'? 7:45 P. M. Evening Worship: A Mes- published in Hendry County, Flor-

!rr Mr., and Mrs. W. R. Winder and grandmother and mother, Mrs. J. D. parents, Rev. and Mrs A. M. Rich, sage for the New Year. -I II ida Newspaper, is hereby In which designated this order as shall the ,;

: Baigrie and Mrs. A. B. Hunt of Portland of Jacksonville Beach.
children; of Atlanta, were business I be published once a week for four
"visitors here this week.Mrs. Pa., who are spending the win- The tea table and house were de- CARD OF THANKS I I consecutive 'weeks. ,

ter in West Palm Beach. They were corated with red and white candles -;--- I I Done and Ordered this 2nd day

L in Clewiston on Christmas Day and ,with red hibiscus on tea table over We take this means of expressing of. ;January, A. D. 1936. .
C. E/Chalker: of Tampa, is I l' ",
spent several days with Mr. and which Mrs. G. S. Mobley presided. our sincere appreciation to our many, W. T. HARRISON, '
and family
visiting Mrs. C. E. Beatty -
: i : this week. Mrs. Herring. Sandwiches, fruit cake, coffee, tea Clewiston friends for their many; Circuit Judge, Hendry.

>1- :/ and assorted nuts and mints were kindnesses and beautiful floral of-, County, Florida.
." .{""',.r: MRS. D. J. WILLIAMS served to the following guests: ferings during the illness and death : FRED H. MELLOR,

i'f Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and ENTERTAINS FRIENDSMrs. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mr. and of our wife, daughter and sister., FORT 'MYERS, FLA. .
. i; Mrs. L. H. Robbins visited in Miami I Attorney for Plaintiff %
Mrs. R. H. Collins, Mr. and Mrs.'M. Douglas Thompson, ;

\ ; Thursday., D. J. Williams: gave a .delightful R. Lawler, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Crews, Jan. 3-10-17-24-31, 1936, 5t. '

<1t'F'1' J_ informal tea Monday afternoonat ; Mrs. J. L. Crabb, Mrs. Olin Carleton and family,

( :MY: Mrs. 'A. H. :King and Elizabeth the Community Church pastorate. I Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley,,, Dr. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills,

i \{ Winn visited friends in Moore ,Haven .Sandwiches, fruit cake ,and tea were and Mrs. ,1. W!. Ezelle, Dr. and Mrs, Leland Crews. J. M. COUSE '

Tuesday. served to Mrs. Mark R.h awler, 1\ rs. D. J. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.. I I Counselor
Attorney at Law
__ __ J: L. Crabb, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. Simpson, :Mr.: and Mrs. R. N. Smith, .

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor and W. F. Simpson 'and Mrs. R. N. Smith Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts,.Mr. and I ORDER OF PUBLICATION Hopkins Building

k, daughter, Barbara Ann, of Okeecho- ; Mrs. F. A. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Sam IN THE"CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Wednesdays and Saturdays

boo, were visitors here Thursday.Mr. MRS. CRABB HONORED Houser, Mrs. L. E. Edwards, Mr. and FOR, HENDRY COUNTY, FLOR- 1 9:30 to 4:00
Mrs. I.. M. Pafford, Dr. and Mrs. J.
G. Niblack and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. .- ..
A. W. Sias and Mrs. TIMBER
and Mrs.\ Mrs V. A. Allen gave an informaltea COMPANY, A Cor-
Moore Haven Hirsch. poration, L. B.
Gratton George were Mershon
1' Saturday afternoon for Mrs. J. .
visitors Wednesday. L. Crabb, who is visiting her daughter Plaintiff,
,. Mrs. M., R.'Lawler.Sandwiches WITH SURPRISE LUNCHEON ,
Mrs. Ray Bolton, of Orlando, is cake and tea were FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL .
New York Life .
visiting her sister, Mrs. B. E. Nail, served' to: Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger, REALTY COMPANY! Cor-
One of the most, delightful of re poration, Etc., Et Als, .' '
Jr., and Mr. Nail this'week. Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Mrs. A. M. Rich, .
cent social events was a surprise Defendants. Insurance CompanyARCADIA
Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. J. G. Nib- CASE
luncheon given by Mrs. J. Grady Nib- 730.
Mrs. L. E. Edwards of Savannah, lack, Mrs. Grover Poole, Mrs. MarkR. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
lack last Tuesday in honor of her : FLORIDA
Ga., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lawler and Mrs. Crabb: Florida International Realty Company .
mother, Mrs. M. J. Hirsch.
A- F.. A. Ray and family. A ---
Corporation under the Laws ;A. :
The luncheon menu consisted of I
WEINER ROAST GIVEN of the State of Florida, with princi-
fried chicken, buttered car-
Mrs. Dean King was called to' AT WOODYARD HAMMOCK peas pal place of business in, Miami, Dade
rots, creamed cauliflower, mashed
Evansville, Ind., Sunday by the County, Florida; .
potatoes, lettuce and tomato salad, The Compass Corporation A "
death of her mother. ,, Miss Marcia Avant and Miss Mary Cord -
hot rolls, fruit cake, ambrosia an poration under the laws of the Stateof -Party Cakes-
Moore weiner roast
gave a Thursday
coffee. Florida with Principal place of
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams visit-
evening at Woodyard Hammock
.. The invited guest list follows business in Miami, Dade County,
ed friends in ,Lakeland over NewYears. south of Road 25 several miles was as Florida; And Pastry for Special
: Mrs. I. D. Leidig, Mrs. A. L.
west of. town. Elmar Realty Company, A Corpo-
Those enjoying the occasion were Morgan, Mrs. Josephine Knight, ration under the Laws 'of the Stateof Occasions '

I t Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith and Miss Ulla Jacobsen, Miss' Mary Mark- Mrs. Foster Meredith, Mrs. J.. W. Ohio, authorized to do business,
'-' I Smith, Mrs. Hall Mrs. Olin EXPERTLY: Y BAKED ,BY '
Bobby: returned Monday .from a ette, Miss Roberta George, Joe Cato, Amy ,, in the State of. Florida; .. .
I week's- visit' in Savannah. Halson Avant, Coburn Moore, Ed Carleton, Mrs: "L. H. Robbins, Mrs. Ethel Pruitt,' 'if: Single, and, if '- SKILLED CHEF '. *' ,

Williamson. J. L. Crabb, Mrs. A. M. Rich, Mrs. married, her husband, whose name .
Markette and Neil I
Miss Eleanor DeGolier of Cincinnati .. W. P. Vaughn, Mrs.. Martha S. Lude is unknown; whose residence is un- REASONABLY PRICED

kins, Mrs. D. Williams, Mrs. J., F. known, ;
Ohio, is the guest this week of JULIA ANN OGLESBY
Maud L. Baker, if Single and if
Tippey Mrs. R. L. Merritt Mrs. J. ,
Capt. and Mrs. Richardson Selee.A. .
GIVES NEW YEARS PARTY married, her husband, whose name
W. Moore, Mrs. E. J. Benson, Mrs.
-- Is unknown,, whose residence is un-
H. Brown of the District U, S. Julia Ann Oglesby entertained a E. P., Mutrux and Mrs., L. E. Ed- known;

Engineer office in Jacksonville, wada few friends, at;. a New..1'ear's party, wards. Dorothy Donovan, Trustee, and

business visitor here this week. Tuesday afternoon from three to six' her husband, whose name is un-

s' Capt. and Mrs. F. D. King and o'clock. I i LaBELLE NEWS known unknown, whose; places of residence are ... r._...............:......................or..................................... InkGood
Prizes awarded to June '
daughters were the guests of friends were I' Cedric J. Priebe, and, if married,
Hooker and: Bobbie Spicer, winners 'I I Mrs. Cedric J. Priebe, '''whose further r
in Moore Haven Tuesday evening.
Derril Danley of Chicago, 111., will II
of contests and refreshments were name is unknown, whose residence
Mrs. -- served to the group which included ; arrive in LaBelle Saturday to spend is Kings County, New York; FarmLand
G. B. Thomas and Mary
the rest of the winter with his fam
Bobbie Spicer, Barbara Ann Smith, Virginia M. Spitler, if single,- and,
Louise accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
June Hooker and Margaret Von I ily. if married, her husband, whose nameis
5 w ,. G. B. Thomas, Sr., to Safety Harbor Mach. unknown, whose residence is 402

Saturday. I Mrs. Ralph Hendry and son,' RalphJr. Beach 25th. Street. Far Rockaway: ,

MRS. LAWLEIl ENTERTAINS ., are spending Monday in Immo- New York;
Mrs. Leah ,Miss Marion kalee visiting with Mrs. Hendry's And all parties claiming any interest -
Leydig, Miss Betty Spicer and Mrs.L. parents Mr. and ,Mrs. R. Roberts. in and to the following de- for Rent

S. Warren spent Saturday and --- scribed lands in Hendry County,
Mrs. Mark R. Lawler entertained
Florida, to-wit:
Sunday in Miami. Miss Helen White of Jamestown,
Tuesday afternoon with an informaltea "The North Half of Section
--- honoring her mother, Mrs. J. L. N. Y., who is spending the winter Twelve (12)) ; all of Section Twenty-

Mr. and Mrs. A. Lamoureux and Crabb who is visiting her for a few I in Fort Mjers, spent Tuesday in La- four (24), Twenty-six (26)) and ,

children of Moore Haven were theo weeks. Belle as the guest of Mrs M. J. Thirty-six (36)) of Township Fdrty- II

guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King Vases of roses were used for deco-:I Bush. four ((44) South of Range Thirty-

Sunday. -- two (32)) East, and
rations and refreshments of sandwiches
Among those who attended the The East Half (E2) of Section

_k John B. Dotterer returned Wednesday fruit cake and tea were serv- New Year's dance at the Elks- club'!n Eighteen (18)) ,and all of Sections TrespassersWill
ed to: Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger, Mrs.
t Twenty (20)), Twenty-eight (28) ,
from two weeks at Midway, Fort night Mr.
Myers Tuesday were
A. M. Rich, Mrs. Hoomes Rich Mrs.R. Be
t" Thirty (30)) and Thirty-two (32) ,
S. Carolina with
Mrs. Dotterer and and Mr. and
Mrs. Aiken
: N. Smith, Mrs F. A. Ray, Mrs.L. Spencer of Township Forty-four (44)) South
Mrs. L. Turner, Mr. and Mrs' Frank I of Range Thirty-three) ( East ProsecutedThe
;, E. Edwards, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, (33) ,
_ Mrs. Fred Curry and Mrs. G. S. Mob-' Dougherty, Mr .and Mrs. George containing 5,120 acres, more or
:. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and ley. Poole, Miss Lucille Hampton_; Mrs less "
Emma Jane returned Monday from Merle Collins, Reason Hampton and as the heirs, devisees,' legatees,

J'; Graceville where they have been Jack Lewis. grantees, or otherwise, by: thru or -
m; spending the holidays. I under the above named defendants, ,.
Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Alford and 1 I any :
; Herman A. Stroebel, of Washing- Mrs. R. H. Collins entertained daughter, Colleen, motored to NewPort It appearing from the returns on
the issued herein the
: ton D. C., of the U. S. Chamber of summons and
Thursday with a mother-daughter Richey Monday to visit with affidavits and other proofs on file

Commerce visited Mr. and Mrs. R luncheon at her home on the reservation Mrs. Alford's son. in this cause, that the Defendants I I Ij

H. Collins this week. honoring Mrs. J. L. Crabb andher -- Florida' International Realty Comm I

daughter, Mrs Mark R. Lawler.: W. E. Hull returned Tuesday fro pany, A Corporation under the laws j ClewistonCompany
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson returned of the State of Florida The Compass
A delicious buffet, luncheon wan s Brooksville where he spent Christ ; -

;"' Monday from a week's visit i served after which a part of the I I, mas with his family. He was accompanied Corporation, A Corporation under ?f :
Marietta, Ga. Mrs. Wilson's mother the Laws of the State of Flor- i
group played bridge during the af I to LaBelle by his brother-in- I
ida; and Elmar Realty Company, A
; Mrs. L. M. Oliphant, returned withI ternoon. law Sim L. '
High score prize was awarded Lowman. I G
them for a visit. Mrs. J. E. I .. Corporation under the Laws of the
Beardsley. State of Ohio, have failed to appoint
Those attending were: Mrs. J. L. Rev. and Mrs. Morris Wiggins re agents and that their officers and "" :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-, ".
.. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and Crabb, Mrs. Martha S. Ludekins, turned Monday after visiting in Lak I IATHLETJr'S

i; son, Kim, were called to Punta Gor Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Mrs.. L. E. Edwards City during last week. I

.::' da Saturday by the death' 'of a greatuncle Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mis. -- .:..:..:-:..:..: :..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;:.:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.::..:.

of Mrs. Kolstad's, C. C. Carle11. Mark R. Lawler, MrsG.. B. Rack- Miss Josephine Roberts of Immo- FOOT? .
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CHAPTER XIContinued15 to New York tomorrow and offered here the better. As for this ,remark Leaving Elisha absorbed in a saxo- "If art were undertaken with a-
the ring to Estelle." x able aunt of yours-" phone 'solo, the two rounded the corner firm a realization: of Its Importance' .
-Don't you think It would he wiser "Silly 1 was 'only' 'fooling! ," she "Stop, Horatio Stop right where of the cottage and found them children as riling, sllellln'g.geogrJIDhy ,
quickly her In are," bridled Sylvia. "One more selves in the of and language
If 1 took care of It for you Hortie? protested linking arm you "presence Stanley I helfeve
his. "This ring 'would never fit -Es- word against Marcia and back home Heath. we should soon see a different
she "You are
'suggested demurely. :
dreadfully careless] Only a moment telle, dearest Her hands are tre ,you go so fast you won't be able to world," optimistically declares this
mendous. Didn't ever notice for dust. I'm in earnest so watch lecturer on
ago 'you had no Idea where the ring you see ; CHAPTER XII creathe expression' In
them. ? They are almost as large asa your step." New York University' School of Education. ,
was, If It Is, on my finger you'll know
exactly." 'man's. I ne"er'sa w such hands." "The woman has bewitched- you," "Sylvia !" he cried springing up and "People] \would be lifted
"Bully Ideal I So I shall Now tell ''She's'an : awful nice girl Just the frowned Horatio. \ advancing toward her with outstretchedhand. above continuous cOIllIllPrcll1lt'sm.ab ,

me where you're off to. You were in same." "She has. She bewitches everybody. "Sylvia What a brick you are ve the vibration of guns, above
a frightful hurry when you burs "I don't doubt that Come. We She'll bewitch you." to come!" boredom or despair'to a world of

through that door." must quit fooling now and hurry or "Not on yourtlife !" Angry as she was, when face to color, light and life."

"So I was," agreed Sylvia. "And 'we shall never get home. Marcia. will "Wait and see. Mr. Heath wilt face with him she could not resist the Howexer. If we are to rise above

here I am loitering and almost forget be frantic." bewitch you too." contagion of his smile. conditions that 1 disturb or displease' )
"Marcia\ ?" '. 'The-the-?" Ins we must become as little] childrenand !
ting my errand. Come We must "I'm glad to see you so well, she
hurry. I've got to go to town. Wantto "My aunt I have so much to ,tell "Yes, the burglar, bandit, thlef-' said. "This is :Mr. Horatio Fuller of satisfy our art Impulse ; mint
row me. over?" you I hardly know' where: to begin." whatever: you :choose to call'him.. Alton ;City. banish the thought thai 1 art Is something *:

"You bet your life! Show me the i ,sighed Sylvia. "Do listen carefully. You'll admit It when you meet him Horatio looked Heath up and down' 'to while away the hour, some 1 T.o
boat. for I need :I'our"advlce." We are going there now." and 'then stepped forward and grippedhis I thing to be smiled at.Ve will begin r'to
"What about?" take] art reverently as a '
"To-to-call? great
yellow hand with unmistakable .
Leading the way to the dory! cordiality. I
she took her place opposite him and "A lot of things. It Is a long: story. "To return the check 1 Just told "Mighty glad to know you,' sir," was reality, 'a necessity In nnn's: soul by
he pushed off. You see Marcia has fallen' in love you about You're, the stupidest manI his greeting "You seem to have got which 'he takes the constructive rid

As they sat facing one another, her with a robber." was ever engaged to, Horatio., .' Why yourself into a jam. I>( there Is anything rather than the'destrtH.t.lve. The art
"A robber? Your aunt?" can't listen?" Impulse whatever form ,It may take
his suit his you I ''
eyes roamed over ; can do-any way I ( 1n- be of
matching tie, handkerchief and socks ; "Uh-huh. I know It sounds odd, but "I am listening. with all my ears:" service" very definitely Is the :god :given desire -
will understand It better after "Then the trouble is with 1m to create. And. In manner of
his immaculate] linen ; his general] air you your "Horatio, you forget we are not
you 'have heard the details," nodded! agination." Sylvia 'said in her loftiest speaking In creating we pour oil
could not here make social
of careful grooming, and she to a call, inter emotions. ..
well. .S 'lIvla.. "This man: a jewel thief, tone. had upon our upheaved'
but admit he wore his clothes rupted Sylvia who by this time ,
He was not a small town product. came to ,our: house one day ship They walked on In silence until regained her routed ,chilliness and in-
wrecked and hurt, so we took him In. the before the Love and Esteem .
presently girl stopped
'"On the
Three years in an, eastern preparatory dignation. contrary, Mr.\ '
We didn't know then, of course, that of small, weather-beaten eot- Love and esteem are the first
school, followed by four years of gate a Heath, we have come on a very pain- '
,he. was a thlet Afterward,' when we principles! of'friendship. which always
college life had knocked all that might tage. ful errand. We are returning this
have been provincial out of Horatio did, he was sick and we hadn't the "Well, here we are at Elisha's:" she check to you." is Imperfect where either of thes

Junior. heart to turn him out. In fact we ,remarked, turning in at the gate. She extended It toward him, gingerly two Is wanting.::

Nevertheless these reflections, Inter- couldn't have done It anyway;. He "What's he got to 'do with It?" holding its corner !In'the tips of her

esting though they were, proved nothing was too fascinating. He was one' of "Mercy, Hortie. You'll we-'Jr me to lingers as II it were too foul a thingto

about his knowledge' of the water. the "most, fascinating men you versa a shred. Elisha Is the sheriff. I'm go- touch. "It was outrageous of you,
Then she suddenly became aware w. ing to coax:: him to let us see the prisoner. Insulting, to' leave a thing of this sort
that the boat "He must have been." Horatio ." for Marcia-to '
was being guided by a attempt to pay in casn
master hand. growled. : "You' don't mean the chap Is jailed -kindness 'such as hers.;"

"Why, Hortie Fuller, I had no. idea: "Oh, he was. I myself almost lost here My\ -!I'" he clapped his hand "I'm sorry," Heath stammered. ladies ,

you could row like this !" exclaimed she my heart to him" confessed Sylvia "Sorry You couldn't have. been

with admiration. earnestly. "Marcia did." very sorry, or you would have sensed lh. a ac
Horatio deigned no response. "Your aunt?" ==--=- ,"- such an act would hurt her' terribly" '

"Wherever did you learn to pull such "Yes. Don't look so horrified, Hor ==- llor.Mio. Fuller fumbled nervouslywith I :,f
an oar?" 'tie. I realize it seems queer, unconventional his tie.,

"Varsity ,Crew." ; but you'll understand better ,"You deserve: ," swept on young Sylvia ,'ry

"Of course. I had forgotten," she when: you see Marcia. She is. no ordinary with rising spirit, '"to be thrashed.

apologized, her eyes following as with person Hoitie! and. I both think] so-don't we, )
each splendid stroke 'the crnCt- shot "I shouldn't think she was." ; llortie?" .I "
forward. ;Sylvia ignored the comment a\ Horatio Junior tinned crimson. C 0DB tlb CpRDUI !
Although the "Well, anyway, the robber hid the l'' "
oarsman Ignored her "Oh. say, Silvia go easy! he
approbation he was not unmindful of loot and of course Marcia and I did 1 protested. "Don't, drag, me Into this.
It all we could to protect him. I don't know
one darn thing about It a
"Where do we land?" he asked. "Then one day the Wilton sheriff Suppose I just step Inside and listento I moo mow.w i _aBe ,
heard over the radio there had beena )5
"Anywhere. the news while you and Mr. ,
He bent forward and with one final jewel robbery on Long Island, and, Heath transact your business. It will .1 I

magnificent sweep sent the nose of stumbling upon the hidden, gems arrested v be less awl.wUl'd'all round.. If you sure to ask for a Ladies Birth
\ day Almanac before they are all
Mr. Heath.
the dory out of the channel want 'me you 'can speak5
"Mr. Heath?" gone. At your nearest dealer's.Correct .
"Come on," he called, leaping to ;Nodding courteously In Heath's direction calculations and almanac
the beach. "The thief. Hortie The thief How k J4 IP Ucratio Junior disappeared. facts for 1936. Weather forecasts. '

'But-but, Hortie-I can't get ashore, can: you be so stupid?" "Your Mr. Fuller is a 'man of nice II the dealer's supply Is exhausted before
here. I'll ; "I get you now. You must admit, feeling," Stanley Heath declared look- you get one, write to The Chattanooga
wet my white shoes. F,
though Is'some Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
"Jump" this story to understand ing after him.' "I congratulate you."
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"It'stoo far. Pull the boat: higheron "Thank you.
the sand." "I know it sounds confused, but in "C\erything is settled then?" Medicinal Plants
'reality it Is perfectly simple if you'll She nodded. Most of the plants used In medi, '
on your life. Jump, darling! s
just pay attention. Well, the girl cine exist and collected Brazil.
I'll) catch you." 1 hope you will be very happy. are in
hurried on, "I cannot stop to explainall She did not reply at once.' When
In the bow.
"I the twists and turns but anyway, she did, It. was to say with a humilitynew
can't.It's too far.
onsellse Where's your sporting the ton and sheriff brought the burglar to 'Wil' and appealing: Women Who\ Have Pains
Marcia is broken-hearted/
blood? Don't be afraid I'm righthere. (TO,CONTINUED. )
"Broken-hearted I should think .-... I J/ToI. "'" ---------
CARDUI Next Time!
she'd be thankful to be rid of him." Try
Jackson Chose Site for
"Suppose you shouldn't catch me?" "But "Let Me Go, Hortie! Let Me' Go!
you keep forgetting she's in
"But I shall." love ;with him." over his mouth. "Why, any redblooded U. S. Treasury Building' On account of poor nourishment,

He would. She was certain of 'It. "Well, do'"ou wonder l' do? What man could knock the whole house It Is said that the architect of the many women suffer functional painsat
Still certain times, and it, is for these' that
she wavered."I .
kind of a woman: is your aunt? What fiat to the ground with a single blowof Treasury building at Washington Cardui is offered on the record of the safe
don't want to jump," she pouted sort of a gang have you got in with his fist I'll bet I could." wished it to be set amid grounds com- relief it has brought and the good it has
"You'll have to. Come on, Beau- mensurate with t In dignity and done in helping to overcome the cause of '
anyhow? "There wasn't any other place to womanly discomfort. Mrs. Cole Young, of J
tiful. You're wasting time." "Hush, Hortie You mustn't talk put him.'" beauty, Instead of placing it upon the Leesville, La., writes: "I was suffering with

"I think you are perfectly horrid,"' like that." Sylvia declared. "This, "Well, If he stays Incarcerated In a Capitol's busiest thoroughfare. The ,which irregular made. .me. I nervous.had quite I took a lot Cardui of pain and

she flung out as she sprang' forward.An affair Is too serious. Marcia and the detention pen like this, he's'a noble- story goes, 'however, says the Washington found it helped me' in every way, makingme
instant later she was In his arms -the-she and Mr. Heath love one an- minded convict-that's all' I have to Star, that President Andrew Jack quieted regular my nerves and stopping, making the my health pain.. much This

and tight In a grip she' knew herself' other. It Is terrible because, you see. say." son, becoming impatient at the long better." ,. If Cardui does not benefit
powerless to loosen.' he has a wife." They'walked :up the narrow clamshell delayed choosing of a site, finally stuck YOU, consult. physician. ,

"Let m'e go, Uortle! Let me-go !'' "I should call that a stroke, of path, bordered by iris and thrifty his cane into the ground one morningand

she pleaded. Providence, myself." ,perennials. said. "Build it here!" PARKER'S

"I shall, sweetheart. All in good "Horatio, I think you are being As they did so, the sound of a radio It Is the world's greatest, depositoryof HAIR BALSAM

time. Before I set ,you free,, though, very nasty. You are joking about drifted through the open window money and the government's "pin tl r d Iromove9DandruffStopeHatrFaftng Imparts Color and
we must settle one trivial point. Are something that is no Joking matter." Sylvia peeped in. ,money" vault.' Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair j
we engaged or are we not?" "I beg your 'pardon, dear. I wasn't Elisha, too Intent on the' music to Objects of interest are shown In the pIr [ sec Chem and(1 Wk 00.at.. Patghogna.Dropgiati.FfBOOT .N,Y.

She made no answer. really joking. Don't be angry. But hear her step, was sitting 'before the ccrridors entered from Pennsylvania' FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
"If we're not," he went on, "I In. '' loud 'avenue Among these are: connectlonwith Parker's Hair Balsam.Makes
this is unbelievable speaker smoking.
yarn -preposterous : hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at dragr-
tend to duck ,you In the water. If ," 'explaIned, the map, taking her "I've come to see Mr. Heath;" she Keys used before the Invention of gists.Hiscox Chemical Works Patchogue,N.Y.DO .
we are, you shall tell me you love me band and, gently caressing It. 'shouted above the wails of a croon- combination locks; mutilated currency
and go free." ,"Well, when Mr. heath: i went away Ing orchestra. restored by Mrs. A. E. Brown who

A swift, ,shy smile !illuminated her from the- Homestead, he left behind "I ain't sure as I'd oughter ,let you spent 40 years in this work ; Presidential

face. 'j"IIdon't him ,a hundred dollars in payment for see him," hesitated Elisha. army, navy and other medals ;
want to be ducked, what Marcia had done. for him. It "I'll take the responsibility." illustrations of the process of making e / e 0 '
Hortie," she murmured, raising her almost killed her.",' "Wal-mebbe on, second thought notes and coins; specimens of the

arms to his neck. "She-she-thought she ought 'to 'twill do no harm," he drawled. "He's macerator pulp ; warrant and draft for
"You precious thing! You shan't be. have had more, you mean? \ round on the back porch. I'd come payment to Russia for Alaska, with the you suffer burning, scanty or
Now the rest of It. :Say: love famous Spinner signature ; three war frequent urination; backache,
you me. hundred dollars .is quite a sum in these with, you warn't I waitln for the headache dizziness loss of
. "I guess you know that. rants for payment for Panama canal energy
She would flashes.
days. better have grabbed news leg pains, swellings and puffiness
"But I wish to hear you 'say it" It tight, and been thankful. My respectfor "That's all right I can find him." strip, 10,000,000, 1,000,000 and $U.- under the eyes? Are you tired, nervous -
"I-I-think I do." this bandit chap is rising. I "Say, who ;you got with you?" called 000,000, and the flag that draped LIn- -feel all unstrung and don't
"That's a half-hearted statement" should call him an honest gentleman." I the sheriff over his shoulder. coln's box In Ford's theater on the know what is wrong?
"I-I know I do, Hortie." '"It Is useless to t'3lk'with you : "He's nobody-just my fiance.;" night of the assassination. Then give some thought to your

"Ah, that Is better. And 1 love Horatio .can see that," Sylvia said, : "Your what?" kidneys. Be sure they function properly

you. SylviaLoving you is an old J, ole stiffening., "A delicate affair like this "The man I am going to marry." Army of Grubs mits for functional waste kidney to in disorder the blood per-
story with me-a sort, of habit., I shall Is evidently beyond your comprehen "You don't tell me'! So, you're gettln The grubs, or little maggots, of the and excess to poison and stay upset the whole
never change. You are too much a sion. You cannot seem to understandit married, are you? Good lookin' feller! "Army worm fly," have one of the system. '

part of m i. Sylvia. Now pay the boat All you do' is to make light of 'I heard at the post office you?had some queerest habits In nature. Less thana Use Doan's Pills. Doan's are for the
man and you shall 'go. One is too every word I ,say." chap in the ofiiu'. But to let him see quarter of an inch long, when fully kidneys only. They are recommendedthe
cheap. Two Is miserly. The fare Is "I'm not making light. On the con- Mr.: .-Heath-I dunno as 'twould be grown, they travel ,In a column several world over. You can get the genuine
three. 1 won't take less." trary I guess I am taking the situa- '.just:=" feet long and an Inch or two wide time-tested Doan's at any drug

"1 consider your methods desplc- tion far more seriously than you are. "Where 1 go Horatio goes," Sylvia Some crawl on top of the others and store.
,. able," announced the girl when at I don't like the moral tone of this retorted. so form a column, the whole being

last he reluctantly put her down on place at all. It looks to me as if you Ellsha weakened bound together by a sticky substance D
her feet "You blackmailed me." had got Into most undesirable sur- "Wai, In that case-" he began. which covers their surfaces. The column I \

"I know rny Sylvia," he countered. roundings. The sooner you are mar She waited to hear no more. then moves' along like a huge serpent t -'

"Perhaps you'd rather I trundled back' ried to me, young 'woman, and out of "Come on, Hortie. ," she called.t -Tit-Bits Magazine. l,

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Some Consolation E. REOHRS CO.. Box 45. Closter. N. J. ?
I 11aa What do :you think ,of our two
candidates for mayor",
lC rWeste TWELVE ROSES. Everbloomlnp. ear.
"Well, I'm glad only one can be $1.65 postpaid assorted colors. HOWARD ,
.. FORD Rose >urt.erjTyler.: Texas. ;
'ele'CteToronto Globe. '

All Husbands '::::3
the Same. 'ADVANCINGS :

Mistress, (explaining routine.to .': i:

new cOokNomy husband always \ !

goes to his club Wednesday ," f;,

i wspaperUaloa li l 1 li I I I bll ( evening.'
Cook-I understand,. ma'am. So he ,
---- -- won't- want.no:breakfast Thursday. j

Proceeding With Caution HAPPY DAYS Face Value Pearson's Weekly.
'Think before you speak." said the On his appointment, the new manager ,l t / ." '

,, ,prudent. person. : of 'a ,bank: was given much publicity L a' ,
3 "I always do so," replied Senator and photographs of him appeared -, :
r: sorghum "1 have never given an Iniervlew 1vv in newspapers, not all of them HERE.'S A '
p. without having a repudiation flattering.A GOODR5.SOLUl1ON : ;

:; ready in case It should prove unsatisfactory depositor wandered in, walked up
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." to the manager, produced one of. the "How's yer: boy down at college?" .

newspapers, and said: "Is this your "Not very good, I guess. He wrote '-:;

Good Idea picture?" he was-halfback an' now: he tells us ';. ;

"'; Bride-You told me your fortune "Yes." : :: he's fullback." I V :ITribute I t"i

ran into ,five figures. "Are you the manager?" '> ;

Bridegroom-Well. It's $104.31.: A "A dog is man's devoted< friend." I The other' admitted that he was. RIGLEys rI "'1 :

wise man always counts his pennies. "He ought to be. If I had some-I "Well, give me my money!1" said the I,,,, EVE2y AFTER "What has become Bronco Bob?'' ,.w.I

.body to pay my taxes and provide my depositor.. -Tit-Bits Magazine. MEAL von asked the traveling man.

a HIS WAR .CRY board and lodging, I'd feel mighty .1 "He got the usual epitaph," said ;
Mesa Bill "which reads, 'He
< friendly myself. V was a 'j
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;good; sheriff while he lasted.
Too Personal J
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Young Lady-I want to make a trip V

: for my health. Where Is a good place
for me to put on some weight? Iz

;I.J} : Travel Bureau Agent-I'm afraid I'd

get my face slapped if I told, 'ou.Capper's .-
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: Harmony
'' : She-I'll marry you on one condition Neighbor Where's. your brother
I He-No. My terms are unconditional Boy-He's 'in the house playing a [ fir. Tan=Miss Tea Kettle: your song I

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the year at the lodge rooms Monday J. M. Couse acted as installing officer
Local Musician Goes To Be Honored By Nation-Wide Dinners I
I night and initiated six candidates In- for the Masons with I. E. Scottas

to the local lodge and three into the ,Installing marshal Eastern Star .""'"\
To Tampa -
: Fort Myers lodge, the drill team officers were installed by Past Matron .J

I from that city being in attendanceat Mrs. Esther Klutts with Mrs.I. .

L. Tucker, a former profes- ? S the meeting as well as teams E. Scott as installing marshal and

sional musician but who had been from Wauchula and Arcadia. Mrs. C. H. Settle, Installing chap-

unemployed for some time came to ; rfw : Each of the ,visiting drill teams lain.A.

Clewiston several weeks ago to find : ; 1s conferred a degree on one of their feature of the service was the
work and took the first position of- > members at the meeting. proxy installation of Harold B. Yo-

fered him, that of Janitor at the Local der of Santa Fo, New Mexico, as
men received into the lodge
schoolhouse., He did his work well I treasurer in place of .his father S.
were: J. O. Alderman, Parker Wilson -
there and was well liked by teachers dv J. Yoder, who was ill and unable to
Mack Greene Emerson
Ewing, '
and pupils alike and .vithin a short \ I f? E. J. Willis and Otto Larsen. attend.

time was singing in the choir of the The following officers were in-
Following the the
Community church where he took mem- stalled:
bers and their guests met at a cafe '
part in the recent Christmas can- Eastern ,Stars: Mrs. R. C. Vor-
downtown for refreshments. There
hees Worthy Matron; r. E.: Scott,
tata.The about
were thirty-nine visitors from
first of last week he receiveda Worthy Patron; Mrs. J. P,' Moore
theother in
lodges attendance.
communication to report Tampa Associate Matron; J. P. Moore, Associate -

to take a position In the Municipal % MOORE HAVEN LODGES HOLD Patron; Mrs. C. H. Settle,

Symphony Orchestra and left for I JOINT INSTALLATION FRIDAY I I Secretary; Mrs. B. A. Bales, Treas-

that place at once. He is a versatile i urer; Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Conductress -

musician, playing a number of instruments (Moore Haven Democrat) and Mrs. Elmer Krantz Associate -

ably and his bass voice ;, ,.% :!i? ts dsy+r. A joint installation service was II Conductress. -
will bo missed in the church choir.LINDBERGH'S L '
s"' held by the Masons anj : Eastern Masons: W. L. Bellamey, Wor-

ANDREW JACKSON FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Stars at the lodge rooms Friday I shipful Master V. V. Mason, Sr.,

SECOND FLIGHT night, the recently elected officers Warden; Bert Cox Jr., Warden; S.

Past and present leaders of Democracy to bo honored at 3,000 dinners taking over the duties of office ata I C. ,Stalls, Secretary and S. J. Ypder"

(Moore Haven Democrat) I in every state in the Union on Jack on, Day, January 8. most impressive service attendedby Treasurer.
Somewhere on the Atlantic Christmas -.] I
large of the members of
a group
EveCol. and Mrs. Chas. A. Lind-
the two and their friends and
bergh' and son, Jon, made prepara- J. B., Thielon of this city became the bridge. Another small machine was relatives.lodges I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?

tions for celebrating Christmasasad bride of Curtis White, son of Mr. brought in this week to shape up I { ,.
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one in their lives for they were, and Mrs. G. W. White, of Wauchula.Mrs. the levee and to build the roadway .J'

on their way England, presumably -, White has grown to young across the base of the levee to the .

to make their home on account of womanhood in Moore Haven and new locks.
kidnapping threats to their secondson. HOW TO KEEP EDUCATED" S ,
was graduated last spring from the Buildings on the right-of-way are

Fleeing from their native coun- local high school. She was a leaderin also being moved and two of ,them Read Daily the World-Wide,Constructive News in S
try because the Colonel had accomp- school activities and one of the
have been placed on new: locationson THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
lished so much of benefit to that most popular of the set. ;Thr'e
younger the /road between -Mile An International Daily NewspaperIt
and had payed the'price of
country Mr. White has been L. Saxon
employed here bridge and the R. place.
his first glTM all the eohstrnetltYe world news but does not exploit crime and
being famous by having son
for several years by the Spadaro Con- Others will be moved as rapidly as scandal. Men like the column. "The World'I Day"-newt at a fiance for .
kidnapped and murdered and the life, the busy reader. It has interesting feature parei for all the family. A
struction Company and is now work- necessary. Weekly MaralIne Section written by dlstlnrnlihed uthorltlei, on economy
of his second son threatened. I social and political problems, gin a surrey of world affairs.
ing with that their lock
company - -(- - - - -
We call this a super-civilized coun-I contract at Ortona. The Christian Science Publishing Society
try with all the latest Six Candidates InitiatedBy One Norway Street Boston. Massachusetts
Following a short honeymoon Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for "-
law enforcement and yet citizens are
trip to Wauchula and Miami the a period of
forced to flee to another country for Odd Fellows Monday 1 year$9.00 8 months $4.50 3 months $2,25 1 mor4'i 7lic I'
young couple will be at home in La-I Wednesday issue,including Magazine Section: 1 year $2,60, issues 250 '
safety because aliens have been allowed ,
to over-run our land and by Belle. I II --- Name.............................'................................" t .

murder and intimidation grasp, with I (Moore Haven Democrat) AddreM...........,.................................................
tIter gangs, a large share of the Dredge Completes Levee; The local Odd Fellows' lodge held Samplt Copy an R.q>i.tl '

power in our divisions of govern- I their most enthusiastic meeting of
ment. Our daily papers carry lone And Moves Onto CanalMoore I

stories of the terrible wars in Ethi- ,

opia and other nations and yet therean I I :..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:w:+:..:--w:.. :..:..:..:..:..:--.X :..:..:..:..:.0-.0:":":+:":":":":": :":": :":":":' :
( Haven Democrat) ,
probably more people murderedand X
The big steam dragline, Marionof '
killed accidentally in the United I *
the MacWilliams Company last <
States each day than are recorded In

the combined casualty lists of these week ,completed the roughing in of | ... .' ,?.,' < .. ". 'H L','. *- _

wars. the levee' ,gate at the and gap was west loaded of the, on hurricane a- X"! : .5: : ; ;;,, .:. .n :' r : *' ..
v* .1..1.s
should declare *
The United States : : :
barge and, floated down the canal to : :
war and at once. 'But not in Europeor the point where their canal excavation i 1 \
We've than "
Ethiopia. a bigger war ,
't- work begins. Here it was unloaded Y E ) I
home -. ."' .Z-
of these to fight here at
any "
and until it's started and successfully : and began work at once. At : ; : ;,i>" > a5 5
this time it has progressed to a point :' r' t't'i
terminated-what ? Ii \ .
price success considerably below the railroad Printed! FormsXr: : : : ,
docks. : ; ". : i"
The small machine with a yard y: : .
MAYO and a half bucket which is being i

-- used to build a track for the big X .
Ocala, Jan. 2, (FNS)-Lowell Marion has reached the railroad $ -' -X ', #JXO >
Thomas, nationally known radio r ._. <--. *r ,AX

r. news operator received a gentle re- .
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buke this week from Florida's alert
l% v K $
commissioner of agriculture, Nathan 11 A #- 2 AI

Mayo, for a statement made on a recent --w |
Job and
Getting ;
broadcast to the ,effect that a ,
Florida citrus was severely damagedby :t! arx r ::5:

the recent cold spell. Getting Ahead 1 r I Y.
1\Iayo's wire of protest read: ; Y> >* >.- i ->- .:**
, "Must insist your correcting your *
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6y Floyd B Foster .
f. broadcast statement over radio Fri- i i .. HI Y

% day night as to freeze damage to Vocational Counselor, '

I', citrus fruit in Florida. There has International Correspondence I ,- ,. ; |

" been no damage to citrus fruit. Florida : .

j";; is shipping a superior quality of Schools I v '" i it

citrus fruit this season under rigid "
; : .A essential business ; y.I .
<' state inspection. In justice to our ,Ideas, Are Life,Bloodof J ;; ejvst as to your

f largest industry request your cor- Business -. ..z"I
rection. Thanks. Nathan Mayo, I :*:
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> Commissioner of Agriculture." EMPLOYERS want real men- :' '

p ideas who have I :|:: t :_ >"' .;' ,as your bookkeeper. /'Y: :.j.;:

MANY NORTHERNERS ATTENp enough confidence in their worth to I ..'.;;. : ,.":" 'I: .'J: : 3
FLORIDA EXHIBIT RECEPTIONNew present them, and who are able to I ", : "
.'; defend them if the occasion arises.I I ,/ : fj

York Jan. 2, (FNS)-Hun- Neither the "smart' guy" nor the : "VV I
dreds of Manhattan's leading citizens "shrinking violet! can look for- I 1.! : : |
,'_ ward to much in the present-day ;; .} : i'j.i % :

: newspapermen, including, gathered many prominent at the business Bluff has world.proved so costly that -: ;::; );;. ; g:: .,. ; r I

Florida National Exhibit at Rocke-I employers have been forced to ; ,' x

[ feller Center last week to learn to detect it no matter how .s. I ': ," ... .
reception given in honor of Lorenzo'I well it is camouflaged. The shy and : .' \ .' : \ !

; A. Wilson of Jacksonville, president shrinking employee may have an :: :z:
...__ si.
idea | '
worth a fortune to his I \
; em- "
of the Florida National Exhibits,
'::" Inc., under' the sponsorship 'of which ployer, but it is absolutely valueless Let estimate :_:
... the exhibit is being conducted. if he one keeps'ever knows it so ,:well about hidden it. thatno I: :i... us your next printed form. .. !

Following the reception, Mr. and Ideas are the lifeblood of busi- I v

Mrs. Wilson were given a testimonial ness ,and if you can provide them I ..Z-"

luncheon in the famous Rainbow your.future is assured. They must, I .t.Y < Jv

Room on the 65th floor of the RCA however; not only be born in your ) 5.I .z.
building after which they visited own 'mind. They must be carefully .s"

NBC studios. worked out, firmly grounded in I
every detail, and presented so Y J .!.
Florida fair officials i were entertained .s" I. .s.Y
clearly and convincingly that their Y
at the regular
f monthly? meeting Y
: value will be apparent.It .
r of the Florida Society of New .. .Y.
' is in ,this last respect that f ".. .z.Iy
York, in the historic art galleries of many men:fall down. An idea good y

the Barbizon Plaza. in itself may die still-born because .. .y.
: Attendancq at the exhibit continues its presentation leaves an impres- .

i to pick up and manager Earl sion of flashiness and insincerity. ? i j

cc Brown expressed the belief that by Similarly the too-modest man may '
I the close of the 'business December ruin the chances,for a good idea by $ .THE CLEWISTON NEWS .=w

.failing to bring out its true value -, "
31, 150,000 visitors will .have seen '": 4
the show. by deprecating it even while he I I: I :I
presents; it,to his employer.The I .
solution is "z"
by selfanalysisto
CURTIS WHITE WEDS ROSALIE acquire that thorough ..s".z" '
knowledgeof -- +
TIHELEiV AT LaBELLE your strong and weak points .+" ."
I' which in itself gives confidence I
I C Moore Haven Democrat) without over-confidence, and to :: ::
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At conductyourself as a who "
a' simple ceremony performed man "" .
knows his real "I \ ->.' "s"
worth'without .
by County Judge Rider in LaBelle ". :
v-' either over- tim} ti Friday; December ,
20, Miss RosalieThielen '
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