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 10, 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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( \; f;;Z KIWANIS OFFICERS SCHOOL BOARD TO City To Install NewDrainage Substantial! Profit Shown


r .':' an advertisement in this issueof By U. S. S. C. For 1934-35

>: MYERS OFFICIAL 1:30: TOMORROW the News. the Clewiston' Drainage ,

District ,calls for bids for the con- (J _
\, -- I struction of a new water pump on Engineers Hopeful Of LOWEST TEMPERATURE IN

Jack Hoist, Li eutenantGovernorelect The county school board will hold the Industrial canal just about opposite HISTORY FAILS TO CUT'

of the Southern Division, of their regular monthly meeting In the I the section houses on the east' Securing Levee Funds SEASON'S PROFITS r;

..r, Fort Myers caone to Clewiston Wed- auditorium of the Clewiston High I side of the canal and 'about half a

nesday night to address ;the ,membersof School tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 mile south of the highway bridge. In a financial statement to stock

the local Kiwanis Club and to install o'clock and everyone who" can Is in- This pump, has about' half the capacity Capt. Richardson Selee stated this holders of the U. S. Sugar Company

the new :officers. Because of vited to be present.At of the pump in present use issued recently by Ernst and Ernst '
week that the U. S. Engineer sub-of- '
4' and Is intended to drain Section 14 accountants of Miami, it is shown
? the fact that the which this the board
; ; program meeting members fice is hopeful of securing funds
which lies east 'of the canal that despite the fact that the ,
and company
r. was expected to have been given did expect to take up several important within a very short time for the purpose -
south of highway 25. had the shortest season in its ,
-i not materialize Ladles Night "asa : matters relating to the continuance -, ,, of grading and finishing the
it ." of school for' full term The new pump will have a capa- history during 1934-35 the net pro ";.
:l postponed and was not until "v\ rl- a last section of levee completed by
I city of 26,000 gallons per mInute operating ceeds from the sale of sugar f. o. b. r
nesday afternoon that Mr. Hoist vas which now seems assured. the General and Gulfport near Bean
against, a head of seven feet, the sugar house in Clewiston was }
contacted and promised to make tie: The state is expected ,to issue revised -'S City. There are about four miles of
fully .reversible. Contract also calls $2,606,109:07, nearly a million and .
address of the
'';.; evening. figures on the amount of mon- this uncompleted levee and'several
"' for the construction of necessary a half greater than durfng the pre..
,p/: .. Mr. Hoist has been a resident ofr ey which each teacher .unit will receive additional men will probably be vious
suction and discharge bays and in- season. The total cost of pro
". '. ''. Fort Myers for the past ten years this year and Jf ast large as needed on the :work. .
," stallation of 60-inch discharge, cul- ducing sugar was $2,058,854.06
: and while there has held almost has been promised will enable the
Progress the
() every veit. a on work in the Ca- or a net profit on operations of ,
office in' the Kiwanis Club of county boards to borrow additional River
loosahatchee is reported to be.
$547,255.01. This
.: Since the' formation of the drainage amount with other
: that city. During the past year he funds from the banks. Governor' unusually rapid in spite of the fact income '
' ", district this unit has been planned added and with interest
, served on the District Public, Af- Sholtz recently. issued a 'statementthat but the larger pump in town that the Tampa, Standard DredgingCompany's and income tax deducted left a balance

f ::1' fairs"Comniitt.ee and was successful ,the schools would receive at : hydraulic dredge scheduled -
. of
which .has a capacity of 60,000 gal- about $75,000
4s;: in promoting and concluding many least $9,000,000; this year and pos- lons a minute has been sufficient for to have arrived and been at ''work greater than for the previous year.

't' club activities and increasing the sibly the ten and a half million, for by now, has been held up and will There '
past needs. This is the, only pumpin were, only 93 days in the
membership of the club. He Is a native which they had asked. It, is believed not be on the job until sometime in harvest season last '
operation at this time in the dis- year as
of Michigan and joined the Ki- that this statement was made in all trict ,which includes the Clewiston February. All dredges are doing with 135 the previous year and as a

wanis Club in 1920 at Americus, Ga. sincerity and can 'be depended upon: townsite and an additional sectionor good work. On the east side of the consequence all figures for production -
An able '''in to 'assure the state schools complete: '
speaker every way and lake the Arundel Corporation has
two of land outside.the city.:. are somewhat lower than for ,'1/
well versed in Kiwanis work terms. I
'Mr. practically completed placing dirt
Bids will be opened and contract previous years. 350,742 tons of cane \
;, Hoist, gave an Inspiring address be- Should there 'be distribution in their levee and should i
S a $9,000,000 awarded if bids are suitable at noon section were ground and 25,791 tons of 96 :

fore the largest representation of Hendry county would re- on Friday, January 24. have the entire job ready for acceptance pe'r cent sugar: was manufactured,' ,:,:,,!

members in recent months. Only two ceive a total of $23,000 ''or $667 per the latter. part of Febru- nearly 15,000 tons less than for the "'j

members were absent and these abc teacher. Each instruction unit would ary or the first of March. previous :year. However included in ',

sences were unavoidable. His talkS receive $800 if the ten and 'a half I HARVEY FIRESTONE The U: S. Dredge, Welatka, left the net proceeds for the year was ',':;:'!

!'.. was along the lines of the value of million allotment is received. Last Clewiston last Tuesday with the tug the sale of nearly 37,000 pounds of ,;

j' co-operation, duties of club members year Hendry county schools received "Fulton" in tow. She was reportedto raw sugar carried over from the pre- ',:;

place and purpo'se of the Club only $14,458.05 or'a ut' $462 per AND PARTY HEREHarvey have passed through Lock, No. 1 vious harvest as well as the excess of :,

in civic life and, some of the things instruction unit. Had this been the in ,the St. Lucie canal Thursday andis Benefit and Crop 'Deficiency Payments .,.J

outlined for work during the new only money received it would have expected to have little trouble under the Florida Sugar-Cane

ye"ar. He mentioned the new Kiwanis been necessary to shorten the term over the remainder of the route_ unless Production Adjustment Contract oven I.
S. Firestone world famous !
slogan, "Make Kiwanis a Force," last 'year but luckily the schools re- manufacturer it be through the second lock cost of frozen cane. Processingtaxes
of tires and rubber
: and stated that the year's program ceived a share of the race track where she spent several days on her are also reflected in the net ,j
goods, was a visitor for several
called for, stressing more than ever funds amounting, to $4,575 and: $4f- hours in way to the lake. The entire twenty- price received for sugar. :;
Clewiston to makea
the' value of ,the spiritual side in I 'government.' Monday "
850 from the federal' personal inspection of experiments four men hired to, take the dredgeto Because of the curtailed crop due
Kiwanis work.Following Supplemented these' last two .
which his company is making here Jacksonville are members of the to the lowest recorded temperature ..
his address he made funds the schools 'were ,able to con- old .
an crew.Negro
In connection with the U. S. Sugar In the history of the Everglades of
informal tinue for the ''full term, only littlein
but interesting installation a II'
Corporation.Mr. 21 degrees_ and the amount, frozen
, of the new officers, A. w Lawrence, the red. The total received last handled
Drowned On cane the sugar yield was
President; A. A. Munroe Vice-Pres- year 'was slightly above what will be Firestone, with a party of'I [ cut 'to approximately 7.35 cent
received this with the nine million eight, including members of his resear'ch -
j ident and B. E. Herring, Sec'yTreasurer. year -
I estimates according to
y Pre-harvest ,
: distribution it is that department, and his district Standard Contract
Talks also likely
"were made by' T. B. so I .' :
manager,West ',. '- .-- ... .., I the accountant's report, had indi.
Palm ;
Shelley, retiring president and the i there will' be a slight .deficiency 'Miami Beach, motored i :' .: ; "" ": ""' toteda 'pr d tionr5S'OOOO; tons : --
from and arrived in
new president, A. W. Lawrence. I again this year. up
of 1-2
of with 9
the Clewiston shortly before lunch Mon James A. Johnson, colored shore cane a yield percent.
Following address
and. installation Increased cost of material and labor
President day. After lunch they were escortedby laborer for the Standard Dredging
announced Col. North Here On failed. to affect the cost of production
S the following committees. The officials' of the sugar company Company was drowned about 1:20a.

first named in each case will be through the mill and an inspectionof m. Tuesday morning when he fell as much as one might be led

chairman for the first three months Tour Of Inspection the experimental work here. from the walkway of a landing pontoon to believe. There was an increased
b. house "of
of the after which These experiments are concerned at the dredge Diesel where, It cost on sugar f. o. sugar
I year one of the
less than five cents cwt.
other members will with finding a suitable pneumatic is working west of LaBelle :llthe per
head the
com- In the four of operation over -
mittee until each has had a chanceto Col. and Mrs. Earl North and tire which may be used, satisfactorilyon Caloosahatchee River.
strains and
i 106,000 crosses, varieties
serve as chairman: daughter, Miss Betty, North, arrived I farm equipment on muck lands Several saw the negro fall into the 'of sugar cane* have, been tested

ti FinanceDuties assigned to in Clewiston Monday where Col. and ''some of the company tractors water but as falling' overboard is no in the company's laboratory and

Y, board of directors. North visited the U. S. Engineer sub- here are outfitted with these experi- strange occurance on a construction 119 have been deemed worthy of

Public< office and made a' trip of inspectionover mental tires. While it is too early to job of the kind,. very little, attentionwas
? ; Affairs and Agriculture further study and development. Of )
the entire Okeechobee Flood tell 'whether or not the use of rub- paid at first as he began swim.
J.. E. Beardsley ,
T. B. met the
Shelley; Dr. these, six have to date
Control project, accompanied by ber tires will be feasible on the ming with apparent ease. Watchers
D. J. Williams:! and W. W. Perry. stringent requirements of wind, water
Club' Capt. Richardson Selee and Carar muck, Mr. Firestone is, said to have stated that they saw him swim al
Meetings and Attendance- ; temperature and disease and ,.,
House wan Nelson, of the Jacksonville dis- been very pleased with the showing. most completely around one pontoon '
and and
Reception-Dr. J. W. contain promise of high tonnage

Si' Ezelle, A. W. Sias, H R. Hall and trict office. made. and was 'within easy grasp several high sugar yield. More than 80 percent -

.: Campbell E. Nail. This is the first official visit Col. The manufacturer conceived the times of the edge of one, when sud- of the plantings this year are

Class Membership--':Dave Alston,J I North has paid, the project since idea of having the wheels of all farm denly he began to struggle :in the of approved varieties as comparedwith

A. O. Ward, Dr. J. W. Ezelle andE. September when 'he was, ,appointed equipment equipped with rubber water. A life preserver was thrownto thirty per cent for the opening ,

E. Kelley. district engineer. Shortly afterward .I tires 'and it is toward this end that him but he made no effort to season. '. rs

he was given a WPA position which I the present experiments are being cling to it, and soon sunk out of
Program and 'Music-I. M. Paf- Of particular interest at this a
'' conducted. He maintains a' palatial sight.. Several of the workers dove "t
a great' amount of his time
ford, Marion Leydig, J. E. Beardsley since the overthrow of, the AAA ia;
and made the winter home on Miami Beach and for him for some time but his body
and Dr. D. J. Wjilllams. necessary turning ov- i whether or not the company's quota
I er the larger: part of the district it 'was from there shortly after his I I was not recovered until early next
off. "
taken ;
Underpriveleged Children-Dr. O. on cane acreage will be ; :
-, work to Capt. P. A.. F.eringa, acting arrival for the winter season that he I morning. : ,
H. Schiffli Dr. J. W. Ezelle, D. 'J.l j i ... Under the Jones-Costigan amend- ':
'. ,I District'Engin er. came to Clewiston on a courtesy call So far as we have been able to
a : Alston 'ana H. R. Hall. ment to the AAA the corporation /1
to the sugar company and to see the learn this is the first fatality since
r. Kiwanis Education-T. B.' Shelley On Monday the inspection party entered into an agreement with the ,;;
results of this branch of experimentation the work started and of
Dr. D. J. Williams, E. ,E. Kelly covered the east side of the lake river one Secretary of Agriculture known as

and A. W. Lawrence. from Okeechobee, around to' Clewis- the very 'small number during the the Florida Sugar Cane Production .)

?:, The board of directors for the,! ton and the next day visited the riv- progress of the entire flood control Adjustment Contract for the years

year are:' D. G. Alston, H. R. H }Il, er work from Moore Haven to La- Serious Accident On program. 1934-35 and 1935-36. The contract

W. W. Perry, I. M. Pafford, A., 'V. Belle. Lack of time prevented them J gave the company a base production

3S: Sias, Dr. D. J. Williams and A. O. getting to the lower river projects.He State Road 25 Sunday Alston's Drug To Take of 403,752 tons of cane and 35,934 ';";,

Ward. left that afternoon for Miami tons of raw sugar and under it 3- ;

where he was to meet General Pills- Walgreen Drug AgencyD. 185.5 acres of cane plantings have

STATE POLICE PATROL ON1HENDRY bury, Assistant Chief of Engineersfor Another serious accident occurredon been abandoned. Th'e AAA had indi-

COUNTY ROADS an inspection of state projects the West Palm Beach-Fort Myers cated a desire to renew the contractfor

-- but General Pillsbury, was delayed highway about two mIles west of G. Alston, manager of the Als- the two next seasons but the Supreme -

Homer J. Clay, of Fort Myers, has in Washington 'and is not expectedto LaBelle Sunday night./ ton Drug, announces elsewhere In Court decision this week will

recently been appointed as motorcycle '- be here before the latter part of A Model A Ford driven by Homer this paper that he has made a con- likely alter these plans. The agree-

traffic officer by the state.. the month., Murphy, of Wauchula, was run down tract with the Walgreen Drug Company ment also imposed a processing tax

His duties are spread over the by E. V. McClellan, station agent at to handle their line of goodsin of a half cen per pound of raw su- '

four counties of Hendry, Glades, Lee Lake ,Harbor, driving a Chevrolet.In this territory and that he takes gar and reduced the tariff on Cu-
Collier. CARS HERE the Ford besides Mr. Murphyand considerable pride in being the first ban sugar from two cents to .9 cent.
week the county board ap- his wife were Oliver Collier, Do- I store in this part of the state to bo The report of commissary opera-

proved his bond as a deputy sheriff. A. Van -- ver Collier and Alfred McKlellan. : offered one of their contracts. There tions shows that this department of
: This Hassel, president of the
procedure will apply to, each Magor Car All were more or less bruised and I are ,said to be only five of these the corporation operated last seasonat
Corporation of New York
county In which he serves. City, with his wife and -three child- shaken up by the accident. I stores in the state: a loss of approximately $12,000

5 Accompanying Mr. McClellan was I Goods will be received' within the against a profit of nearly four thous-
FRANCIS ren were visitors In Clewiston Mon- '
WRIGHT GIVESTHEATRE day Miss Louise Ellis, of Alva, who was. next two weeks and on week-ends a and for the preceding year. This was
morning called on officialsof '
PARTY SUNDAY the U. S. Sugar Corporation. The BO seriously injured that it was necessary 'list of special bargains will be on partly occasioned by the shortened

Francis Is to remove her to the hospital:sale with once each month a special season and no doubt to some extent
Wright entertained a making an extended tour
number of his friends with a theatre of the state during this winter'ea- at Fort Myers for treatment. bargain sale. The great buying power by outside buying on the part of em-

The rear end of the Ford was I of'this nation-wide group'of ployees. The commissaries are oper-
party Sunday night on his thirteenth son.
birthday. Following somewhat: damaged but the whole stores makes it possible for them to ated by the company for the convenience -
movie the The
5 boys went 'to Francis'' home Magor Corporation manufacture front of the Chevrolet was pushed put on sales of outstanding drugs I of their laborers rather
where the
they enjoyed refreshments cane cars which are used back over the engine. and sundries at bargain prices.A ; than with any intention of making

cream and cake. of. Ice by the sugar company here for haul- Both cars were traveling east on list of special bargains is ad- profit and outside buying :is not dis
ing the harvested
ry-f Those enjoying cane from the the highway and Mr. McClellan, who vertised for this week-end and ev- couraged.
the 'occasion were: fields to the mill. are
rte Bobby 'Patterson a special was charged with reckless driving ery week-end from now on these Cultivation and maintenence of
L ,
; Dicky Owen, Bil- type
dump car with
ly Owen, a side dump claims he saw no tail light and thus sales will be held. All specials will the cane i fields< in Hendry, Glades
Leroy Hare, and Owen, whIch '
j i 'W1nt\, unloading wjth maximum did not see the other ca.r 1 Jn tmo} be sold for cash only, Hr ,'Alston l- 'anfl Palm Beach counties cost thq,

efficiency, < to ayert tfcg crash, states ((0ontnup4}! on Pass 8))


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News Review of Current WHEN the constitutionality Supreme court of passes the what Russian Children Arc to

Tennessee Valley act, its opinion will ( (9bbJtVll't

not be unanimous, Is the prediction of Build a Railway Tunnel -

Events' the World Over those who were present during the )
:: ., oral arguments. The case was taken thinks A railway tunnel, 3,000; feet., of

up to the highest tribunal by fourteen d line, and a station' complete in every -

preferred stockholders of the Alabama about : detail are to be built 'In'their'
Power company
spare time by 500' children In the

.Great:::Britain Lining Up the Nations Against Italy-More During arguments by Forney John' The Lord' Shock Troop Tiflis Park of Culture, and Rest at

son, Birmingham Ala., attorney for
Trouble in the Orient-Death of 1 the stockholders, and by John Lord \XTESTWOOD, HILLS, CAL.In Moscow.
V Y These projects will be an exten-
O'Brian, New York for peace : I knew streetsin
'Senator Sc all. :: sion of the famous Children's Hail
; Justices shot many questions'nt the New York where citizens wentat
way built in the park by. the children

lawyers their own risk and policemen themselves. It Is run entirely by
Justice McReynolds, known as a .
EDWARD W PICKARD walked in pairs. But some were children and has two stations and
.By "conservative, appeared to challenge
the as safe as though they'd been in 1,200 feet of track. It was opened .
Western Newspaper Union.' TVA lawyer to defend the rightof

the government to sell surplus power church-a doctor, with his kit ; a' three months ago, and since then
clouds over Europe were creased by ,the assassination in Shanghai 65.000 passengers h 'Ve" ridden in. its
WAR produced by Wilson. dam at Muscle nurse in her uniform ; a priest or a
denser and blacker dur of Tang Yu-jen, 'vice minister of tiny train, driven by a child.. The-
I nun ; a preacher or a rabbi, and always -
ing the Christmas holidays when, all railways- and known as proJapaneseThis On the other hand, Justices Bran- a Salvation Army woiher. work of building the railway was.

the Christian world was supposed to I and other anti-Japanese demon- deis and Stone, who are known as "lib In war supervised by' engineers of the-
be singing "Peace on strations led to the declaring of martial : Ask any veteran what organization
Transcaucasian railway.1-Montreal,
erals, Inquired Into the right or minority
no matter
Earth good will law In Shanghai andNanking.. Herald
stockholders of the Alabama Power
how big its
Under personnel
toward men. company to bring the suit which led how sy!
or fat its
the skillful guidance I IDEnTY league has put out a to the Supreme court test The stockholders purse A Promise Is a' Promise
Eden, the -* 12-polnt which ::11 thinksthe outdid the Salvation
of Anthony
program Bill Lancaster .
sought to enjoin performanceof Army In ervice to Patterson, colored, of -
new British foreign Incoming congress should follow a contract under which the company S. C., was fined $10 for breach-
a solid for the sake of the designed our soldiers
It is
secretary, country. -
was to sell lines to TVA for the !r of trust because he failed to return
ever rare or
front against Italy was: "to put"the government's house
transmission of power. creed or the color. after a friend In Jail sent him to
built There in order.
being up. ,
kYOY fetch a ten cent cigar.
talk In Its statement At Christmas: Who
was no present the league accuses
of further sanctions the New Deal of "doing violence" to FEDERAL Judge Merrill E. Otis at I sent Santa down cold OY H
City has held unconstitutional
against Mussolini, but the Constitution and charges the I, chimneys to gladden
the Wagner labor dispute act the hearts of
.. It Is expected added Roosevelt administration with' "gigantic -
'- :which gives employees the right to organIze -
Mninony C.QCP : hearthstones that
penalties] wIll be put waste" in handling relic funds, Find
and bargain collectively. The
In force late In January., Meanwhilethe "promoting pet theories of monetary elsewlse would be I Irvin S..Cobb ,
Judge granted the Majestic millsof
Flour desolate?, Who brought
general military and naval staffs cranks, responding to "socialistic Influences" J.J
Aurora, Mo., a temporary Injunction .
a measure of holiday cheer to the
of Great Britain and France concluded II} competing with private In- '

conversations which were declared dustry, and capitalizing on the natlan's against which a National Labor board complaint misery-laden, putting clothes on the
cited It for alleged refusalto backs and dinners In the stomachs of .Out
"satisfactory, meaning that those nations emergency to make centralization -
bargain concerning a wage and hour the naked and the hungry?
were prepared: to stand by each of power In the federal government -
agreement with a union of Its em-
other In case II Duce makes what a permanent policy. ployees. So, for their eleventh-hour drive for

Prime Minister! Baldwin called "a mad Continued, deficit financing will destroy their Christmas fund, thank God for '
From Your Doctorif
dog attack." In the capitals of other government credit and may leadto the Salvation Army. Every cent went

members of the League of Nations chaos and dictatorship, the league TWO grand Juries, a house, commit where It should have gone when you the "Pain"

similar plans were being laid by military warned: in demanding a balanced bud- and an army court martial have gave it to them, for verily 1 tell you Remedy

and naval attaches. get and repeal of tax laws aimed at been investigating' lobbying at the War as,one who knows, these are the shock
You Take Is Safe.
with the department for two years. The climax
Turkey came into line "redistribution of wealth. troops of the Lord.

other presumptive opponents of Italy, Emphasizing adherence to the Con- came with the Indictment in Washing S .

but Is reported to have made a suggestion stitution win be the vital issue In next ton of a dismissed army officer, a for.

a'' that France doesn't like. This is year's. election campaign, the league mer member ,of congress, and, two, alleged That Marvelous HenWHATEVER Don't Entrust Your

became of the hei
that It be permitted to, fortify the called upon congress to defeat two lobbyists on'charges of conspiracy -
.. to time' to time hauled Own
defraud the government. or Your Family's
Dardanelles, the strait between "threatened" amendments which would

rope ,and,. Asiatic,, Turkey which was bring about "a virtual change in our Those named were former Brig. Gen. off, and laid an egg with mysterious_ Well Being' to Unknown

demilitarized under the treaty of form of government. These proposals Alexander E. Williams, one time acting initialing on it? In my days on a

'. Lausanne after the World war. The would create an "unhampered dicta- quartermaster general of ,the army, country newspaper this gifted fowl Preparations

-' ,Turks also, aCcordI g to Paris ad- torship," the league declared, by extending who was convicted by a military court was a regular journalistic feature. Her

vices,''ask the eventual return. of the federal authority "to permit last spring of accepting an improper : output might be soft-shelled and shy a BEFORE you take any prepara

; loan and ordered dismissed from the yolk, but always the cryptic writingwas don'tknow all about
Island of Rhodes In the Aegean sea, complete regimentation of industry andriculture" you

which has been under Italian sovereignty and by taking away the service : Thomas Jefferson Ryan, lawyer there. for the relief of headaches; or the

since 1923. Supreme court's power to declare laws and former representative from Once she produced an egg bearing pains of rheumatism, neuritis or

New York, and the well known Silver- letters which translated as neuralgia, ask your doctor what he
Eden is a firm believer' In the unconstitutional. many thinks about it -in comparison.with 1

League of Nations and, though he Is man brothers, Joseph, Jr., and Nathan, prophesying "war," But somebody Genuine Bayer Aspirin.

moving' with caution, Is determined to OENATOR, THOMAS D. SCHALL of surplus army goods dealers. pointed' but' that If you read the message 'We
The four men were charged with the other it "raw" say this because, before the: J
bring Italy to terms through the -sanc- Minnesota, who was struck by an way discovery of ,<
Bayer Aspirin
: tions provided the other members of automobile as he was being conducted conspiring to prevent the house mili- which also seemed to cover the case. so-called "pain" remedies 'were, ,advised ,

the league give the necessary }support. across the highway near his residence tary affairs committee from questionIng This bamyard phenomenon died too against by physicians as being

The British government certainly In Maryland, succumbed Frank E. Speicher, "mjstery witness" soon. How the New Deal boys could bad for the stomach; or, often, for

doesn't want war with Italy, but It is 'to his injuries. of the long Inquiry by hiding use a hen capable of turning out weird the heart. And the discovery of .

.' fast preparing' for armed conflict If The blind statesman 'him out in New York city. alphabetical combinations and then go- Bayer Aspirin largely changed ).

that shall prove to be unavoidable.That bad been one pf the ing off and forgetting them medical practice. ". !

Mussolini, too,,is getting ready bitterest opponents of' GOVERNMENT ownership of Amer- Afterthought-Among all the office Countless thousands of people.

for extreme eventualities was evidenced the New Deal and is: the objective in seekers or office,holders who have beenor yrho'have taken Bayer Aspirin year

by orders canceling all Christ President Roosevelt 'a campaign which has been startedby may be mentioned for a Presidential in and out without ill effect have

mas leaves of all officers and men of He had started his the Railway Labor Executives' as- nomination next year-or even for proved that the medical findings
sociation. about its'safe y were correct. '
the, army. The same orders directed campaign for re-elec- Describing the carriers as Vlce'President-you will search in vain ::

the return to their units of the 100-, tion, and Gov. Floyd "chips In a financial poker game" the" for the name of Governor Hoffman of Remember this: Genuine' Bayer-

000 army men demobilized In 'November Olson of Minnesotahad executives, In a circular to members New Jersey. Aspirin is rated among the fastest .

mt of congress, ask for government ownership methods yet discovered'for the relief' '
In order that they ht do the announced be .
as "the only out of of headaches'and all common pains, -
needed work on their farms. The also trrmlrl Baal fhn way the :.
Senator SchallSchall's morass in which the roads, have been Destroying a Skunk '. and safe for the average person,
Italian ceased Its attacks nomination for
press on
to take
placed by the' bankers." Just been reading-until I regularly.You
Great Britain, and this was taken tc seat. The governor said 'I'VE
The financial practices, the circular to gag-the latest novel of can get real Bayer Aspirin at,
that after the
mean some peace move was on senator's death that he would
said, "endanger the equities In the one of the new school of authors ; you any drug store simply by never
foot or that Mussolini had said his last soon appoint his successor; that he
roads of Insurance companies, educa- know, those so-called realists who mistake asking for: it by the name "aspirin"alone
word in that way and that he and his had no intention of resigning In 'order but always saying BAYER_
tional institutions, mutual savings filth for fiction and lewdness for
government were prepared to meet to be himself named, to nil Schall's ASPIRIN when you buy.
and'last literature. I wouldn't this
banks institutions
philanthropic say person
their fate. In Rome the hope Is still place. '
but not l least, the individual investor was much of a writer, but he'certainly
entertained that Laval will not go all Mr. Schall, who was born In 1S78 In Bayer Aspirin.
who, In many Instances, has his is a practical dirt-farmer.
the way with Britain In the policy of Michigan, lost his sight in an acci-
all in, the securities of railroads. I've never believed in censorship for
extreme sanctions. The French themselves dent after he had been practicing t

hope that the advent of the wet law in Minnesota four years. creative work ; and as regards this D-

season In Ethiopia will halt the Italians IF WISCONSIN Republicans wish to group, I've always gone on the, theory,

make Senator Borah their candidate paraphrasing an old ,line of an, old
there before it Is necessary to PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ,de-
Impose the final penalties decreed by satisfied with 'the for the Presidential nomination it Is ballad! that they were more, to be pit

all right with the veteran from Idaho. ied than censored.
: the made
league. progress by Harold Ickes and When Opportunity Knocks

f Egypt's Harry Hopkins In carrying out the __........... State Senator P. E. But for the Individual offender
cabinet was taking steps to relief Opportunity ]Js rare and a wise
well when I
Nelson of Maple Wis. against. common decency- ,
the program. He said that the WorksProgress
protect Libyan frontier against man will never let It go by hlm.-
administration and former State Senator was a younster! down South, they told
Invasion by the Italians. The Egyptian had come Bayard Taylor
Bernhard Gettel- me the surest to destroy a skunk
_f, leaders are urging the.speedy conclusion within 20,000 of reaching Its goal of i way
man of Milwaukee was to him under a barrel and
of a treaty v!itb Great Britain 3,500,000 men at w ork, and that' 77 per pen
:' called Mr. Borah let him himself to death
on just smell on
that will give the Egyptians the cent of public works projects were under n J'The

rlgts they claim, remove their resentment way. By January 15, he predicted, In Washington, and !his own personal perfumes.

against England and enable PWA will be functioning 100 per cent. asked permission to .t SOur NO UPSETS

them to line up with the British If war Mr. Roosevelt repeated that the gov- circulate nominating Younger Generation. .
for him In
I- with Italy comes. ernment assumed no responsibility for their slate.This was IN THE paper I see where, for their

!i e those not hired under the programs Sunday sermons, three ministers
He had asked congress for four billions preached on modern youth-with par- proper treatment

OUTER Mongolia Is aroused by last January, he said, based uponan Mr. Borah told re- ticular references to the shortcomingsof for bilious child

ts of Invasion by the Japanese I estimate that there were '3,500,000 'Senator Borah porters that Nelson same.I a

f' troops and their puppets, the and Gettelman had
needy men who could work. He got haven't a doubt that the first caveman THREE STEPS
Manchukuoans. AJready the border suggested a campaign for "a I delega-
the four billions and the 3,500,000 have surveying the antics of his colt -TO
has been crossed the liberal forces in
by the latter and five tion representing RELlEVtNBCDNSTIPAnDI'
been put to work, he 'said. The remaining Ish' brood, remarked in tones of gloomy ,
Mongol guards killed and eleven car the party out there, and in my name II
unemployed must be cared for bis"hairy mate '
'. ried off by the raiders. The Mongol Ht had agreed he said,. to "go along resignation to : .
by "states, municipalities, counties, and "Well, mommer the world's done ;
government has filed with them:
a strong protest "
private charity, added. !it. Look
pretty well while we ran at
demanding an apology and the return Later Mr. Borah issued this statement ,
{ of the captives. Most of p lil'EA'JLED threats of kidnaping : the hole in the roof to let the smoke A cleansing dose today; a smaller
news 'and even murder for their little son Is out, that I thought up right out of my quantity tomorrow; less each time, I
C Moscow "My primary! objective a convene
comes and naturally the have driven Col. and Mrs, Charles A. own head, be-gee! And now when Iget until, bowels need no.help at all.
liberal which will
,: Russian Soviet government is deeply from'the tion of delegates
Lindbergh United
States. the trick of this new throwing-
6; Interested, for this and similar Incidents write a liberal platform and name a mother knows the
They have sailed with their boy, Jon, stick worked out civilization will just ANY reason
: ,
F candidate.
liberal To that end I shall her child
may bring on the long expected stops'playing, eats,
for and
England, plan to establish '
a have reached her But
I: war between Russia and Japan. devote m.\ efforts. If In any state or about peak. little,is hard to manage. Constipation.,

', The Japanese authorities In Tokyo residence there, though they will not district the liberal l forces think that' It heaven help the poor old earth when But what'a pity so few know the; '

let It be known that they are give up their American citizenship. will help. the liberal cause to pledge that bunch of crazy kids yonder takes sensible way to set things right!

through the autonomy preparing Where they will live has not been revealed delegates to me I shall co-operate fully I hold!" The ordinary laxatives, of even,

In North China and government to even their closest friends. It with that plan. If, however It is i Before we start blaming the oncom- ordinary strength, must be carefully-
hoped for
cooperation is believed the colonel
s t. will not sever thought better to pledge the delegatesto ing 'generation for everything Includ- regulated as to dosage.A .
by Chiang Kai-shek, Chi his relations with the two air
trans- some other liberal I shall cooperateJust ing Its own sins, which are sufficiently liquid laxative is the answer,.
nese dictator, to combat the spread of companies for which
port he Is
a technIcal mothers. The answer to all
as fully. In other words, InflexIble manifest already, let's go back to your
: In
sovietism China. In line
with this adviser.
as to the objective, flexible as to where this buck-passing habit started.Let's worries .over constipation. A, liquid,
.- Is nte"_ proclamation of Prince Teh, can be measured. The dose can be:
Adam the
the tactics. go back to denied
b- Mongolian ruler, declaring the independence universIty'received a exactly suited to any age or rjced.
HARVARD "As 1 see the political situation In old experimentalist !
of the western part of In- Christmas present Irom Just reduce the dose each time until,

ner Mongolia, a vast territory with a 'L'hom.s \V. Lamont, one of the partners this country, a man would be seeking IRVIN S. COBB. the bowels are moving of, :their own,
political Immolation to take a nomina North American Newspaper Alliance. accord and need no help.
population of two million In J. P.
pastorallsts Morgan & Co. It was Inc.-WN U Service. '
r" tion upon any other than a liberal platt This treatment will succeed with
and rich mineral resources. $500.000 for the establishment of
a new form. So the first thing to do Is to get any child and with any adult.
Chinese students continued their chair in political economy, one of 'the"roving" 80.000'Treea
in Date Grove .
i convention committed to liberal prin- ,The doctors use liquid laxatives..
'-. riotous demonstrations against North professorships to be createdby Elche Spain, boasts one of the larK the form.
ciples. So far as my efforts count, I Hospitals use liquid If it
:; China autonomy, demanding that It gifts from alumni in recognition of im not going to permit personal mat- est date-palm groves In the world, variously is best for, their use, it is best for

be stopped by armedforce.The the university's three-hundredth anniversary ters, either my own or those of, others, estimated at from 80,000 to home use. The liquid laxative most, .

tenseness In China was In that comes in 193(5.( to Interfere with the mala purpose." I '10,000 trees. The fruit-bearing palms families use is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup,
Pepsin. has it.
ire pollenated by hand. Any druggist .


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.-f.ti:' SUNDAY every,hnnd we see people' who
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.. LessonBy have turned back
.:.( 17 J people who, had
pluck enough to begin things with

DR.. JAMES W. BARTON Member REV. P.of B. FIT7.WATER. D. D.. enthusiasm, but did not have grit
Faculty. Moody Bible
stalks About Institute of Chicago. enough to carry them to a finf h. The, _
Western Newspaper Union. point at which ;
you are tempted to "':-

Overweight It Organic? turn, back, the point when your grft ';

l' of the points about over- Lesson for January 12 leaves you: ,.will measure your achievement ,

ONE that should be power. Your ability to go on, ,
to 'continue after everybody else has .)
membered is that the fat SIMEON'S PROPHECY
excess turned back, Is a good measure of '';

' }'' tissue is not deposited in every- LESSON TEXT-Lukes 2:25-35., 40. your possible ,success. ,fi

body alike. Some have most of GOLDEN TEXT Mine eyes have

seen thy salvation, which thou ,hast 'L'r;:
the excess fat about the abdomen.. prepared before the face of all people.

others in the neck where it makes -Luke 2:30: 31. n Still Coughing? 'J
a. double or triple chin others have Jesus. '

the fat about the chest and shouldersand JUNIOR TOPIC- -Why Simeon Re- Na matter how many medicines .
\ v you have tried for
your cough, chest
others mostly about the joiced. ;
hips. cold or bronchial
I. irritation
( ,
you can
Ordinary overweight ohe:: relief
or : ity simply s = get now with Creomulsion
TOPIC-What .Jesus Can Do fore the
means that fat has got In and World. ; .Serious trouble may be brewing and

a + ahout the different YOUNG PEOPLE AND 'ADULT you cannot afford to take a chance '

;" TOPIC-Jesus, the Hope of All Nations I J. with anything less than Creomul- ');
organs and .I&sues'of -- ---
which goes right to the
: '
., the --=-- of the X_ ...fA {
I- body, interferingwith I trouble '
-- nature to '. .
On His Way to the Dining Table. oivi 1:'
the action of The occasion which brought Simeon soothe and heal the inflamed mem-* '.

: !{{( these'organs and tissues I recognize Jesus as"'the Messiah was branes as the germ-laden phlegm ,,
.. Prepared by the National Geographic Society. the skin, which reddens when the gob > is loosened, and expelled. ,,
his I
offered to
being Mary
. and to that ex Washington D. C.-WNU Service. tnei.Lord if other
blers make love to the hens. nvln : remedies have .,
tent Interfering wit,. of 'the largest of wild game and Joseph According to ,the Jewish. don't be discouraged, your '
Another outstanding character of the :'
: ,',j;: health. There are ONE which has been domesti custom.. (Lev. 12),:at.;.the age of, eight druggist authorized-to guarantee 'j;;
"r..... S turkey is the tuft of wiry, hairlike"beard" Creomulsion
the male child and to refund'your ,,i
cases of course the turkey has become .,:was, circumcised
. )i;)' springing from the center of money if you are not satisfied with :
!.' .- where the fat actually "the national festival bird" of and thus made 'a:(member pf, .the; cov. .-., results from the .'i
the breast. In some old male wild turkeys very first bottle.
ii4 \ wild bird in enant nation. ", .In. JjlsAcaseithe! ,if.hid'was ( Get Creomulsion : 1
"1 takes the place various countries. As a the beard trails to the' ground. ; right now. (Adv. .;

("I of the tissues ; that North America, the turkey supplied the The feet of the wild turkey are light, given the name "Jasu V which, indicated

', is, the tissue becomes numerous tribes of Indians and the his mission (vv. 22-24). Then 'J
rJ{;.. purple. They are equipped with short, '
'' -'. "". Dr. Barton fat-fatty degenera early white settlers with "game" fowlin heavy spurs, but while the male at the end of 40 days 'he was ottered- "WANTED TO BUY II ", ..7

; in later to the Lord on the basis of the original ,
tlon which abundance whereas '
Is really great principally with
chicken his several 38 "
Army Six Shooters
: redemptive which .
a disease. When an excess of fat becomes times the domesticated turkey has provided spurs, the turkey fights almost entirely purpose, was the such as used In Civil War1. Would also baInterestefl "A .."..."

deposited on or In the body the kings and presidents, as well as with his beak. priesthood of the first-born, and n'ot according 'In 44 calibre Colt Plains Pistols '. ."
and 4 and 6-shot
first symptom is an Increase In the the more lowly in rank, in various nations Gobbler's "Breast Sponge." to the Levitical order (Exoc: write describing pepper-box weapons stating pistols.conditionand Please ,

u" : rate of breathing-a slight breathless with a class of meat that has 13:2; cf. 32:2G): The offering In such price for which you will sell. :'

essential in the The wild gobbler Is provided withan case was a lamb for such"'as could af: DAVID MAGOWAN. ,I]
; ness. The breathing Is not only noticeable come to be regarded as -
interesting appendage which is not liD East 45th Street. New York CUr
holidays. ford"it, but for the poor a pair of turtle ;;
] to the individual but can bv proper celebration of certain ,
found on the females or on young gob doves or pigeons was adequate '
beard others. race'of poultry -
by The turkey is the only
blers. John James Audubon, writingin The Savior thus came to the level of
: The breathing becomes faster and that originated in the United States. 1831, speaks of it as the "breast the .

more noisy ; even walking on the level When Franoisco' Fernandez, under the sponge," and it serves a very important poor.I. j
I. Simeon's Character ( 25).
may cause breathlessness and walking patronage of Philip II of Spain, arrivedat function. Inthe spring, during v. .'

upstairs becomes very 'difficult There the northern coast of Yucatan In the gobbling season, this sponge is 1. Upright He sustained a right relation Re4gveI .0:
to his fellow He
Is usually an increased thirst, more 1517, turkeys were observed to have filled with fat and serves to sustain men. :)

water or other liquids are taken which been domesticated by the natives In the bird ; he usually eats little while "just. .

of course means increase in weight. 1518 Grijalva discovered Mexico and strutting, gobbling, and otherwise making 2. Devout. He was of such a char. .,

in acter as to enjoy personal fellowship I .'!
found great
Sometimes Mind Is Alert., domesticated turkeys love to the females.As ;

numbers. Gomara and Hernandez refer the mating season ,advances the with God. 1
ai. Digestion may remain good, sleep 3. Waiting for the "consolation oIsrael"
to wild as well as domesticatedforms. becomes thin
gobbler usually quite as
urgent, and there is likely to be an, enlargement -Messiah. Waiting for the fulfillment ]
the reservoir of 'fat is used Thereis .
; of the liver and heart due ]] of the divine purpose in the .'
Various Indian tribes fed freely upon no pairing off in couples, as in the -
to the extra work put on these organs. coming of Messiah had a blessed effect ; Cuticura-for all skin blemishesdue .
turkey meat, obtained from both wild case of many other 'wild birds, for the to external, causes. Ointment 25c. i
In ,some (cases strange to say the upon his life, inducing righteousness :
and domesticated flocks. The Aztecs wild turkey male is polygamous in the, Soap 25c. FREE trial sizes if you :.;
mental alertness seems to be as keenas and godliness. Waiting for the second
were more inclined to domesticate the extreme and loves a large harem. write "Cuticura," Dept 3, Maiden Mass. ':
ever. As has bfen mentioned before coming of Christ is set forth ilri the -
r turkey than the northern Indians, but Bitter tights among the old males are
very fat individuals) do not re :New Testament as having a salutary
all tribes hunted thetlwlId birds. common, the victor claiming the haremof
Y gIst such diseases as pneumanla and effect upon believers (I John 3:3; I :\
The flesh was not the only part of the vanquished The defeated male
'bronchitis fer.v"f It. and are considered Thess. 1 :9. 10). I PARKER'S :Ii
the turkey used by the Indians. Feathers must perforce seek battle with anotherfor ,
"poor risks" for operation. 4. Under the sway of the Holy HAIR BALSAM ."
apparel the possession of another flock of o Removes Dandruff f.
served to adorn the wearing -Stops Hair Falling .
Now, putting on fat Is not usually a Spirit. One thus enabled would be in .' Imparts Color and .
made into females or he is obliged to join a
also ,
and they were
/ Beauty Gray and Faded Hair y
sudden process: although after somf a condition to recognize the Messiah
4 robes and blankets, being twisted,separately group of disconsolate "bachelors. bOc and H 00 at Dru gtsta.' j
ailments i or a change In certain glands I A spiritual mind is absolutely 'essential HiacorChetn.Wkn..Pntohognp.N.T, -1
Into strands of wild hemp and The females select secluded spots
fat accumulates quickly.As in order to discern the divine purpose use
I then woven together.In for their nests and make a slight, depression connection with Parker's HairBalsanxMakes the
accumulating fat then is a slow (I Cor. 2:14). hair soft and fluffy.50 cents by mail or at druggists. -

process taking months and sometimes its original habitat the wild turkey In the ground Into which a II. Simeon's Revelation (vv. 26--28). .Hiscox Chemical Works. Patchogue.N.Y.

from the Atlantic to few leaves are scratched. .From
.5 5 years, and the.excess fat Is simply due ranged coast He was assured that he should not
as far north as the Dakotas, and from eight to fifteen eggs, somewhat smaller '
to the fact that more food Is eaten die until he had seen the Lord's Christ. Women Slaves
Mexico.It and poInted than those of the do-
southern Ontario southern more
than the body needs taking the fat off. to When Christ was brought to the temple Acute famine' has driven hundredsof
: was not a native of the three Pacific mestic varieties, are laid.
\ and preventing It accumulating Is just the Holy Spirit upon Simeon en- Chinese women in Anhwei prov-
coast states, nor of Idaho, Montana, After four weeks of Incubating '
'as. simple It means just eating and abled him to discern the babe as the ince to offer themselves as slaves,
Utah, Nevada and Wyoming. baby turks, or poults, appear, covered
drinking a little less every day. promised one. Happy is the one whose the price dveraglng about $o.
With practically) a whole continentfor with gray down, dotted with dusky ,
The next step is that fatigue or character and spiritual experience is .1 r
his home the favored hauntsof spots, and with two dusky stripes run-
tiredness comes on with less effort more such that he can discern the presence

than when the weight was 'normal, the wild: turkey were the forests ning from the top of the bend down of, the Lord. Truly it is in him that ..

The extra weight the body has to handle and brush lands, where food was abun- the sides of the back. The down is ,, we; live and' move and have our' being. .

c:: and the Interference the fat causesIn dant and there ,was some protectionfrom soon replaced by feathers, which are To be in. this state Is to practice the .1.;.)

the organs and tissues brings cn natural enemies. He fed on replaced by another coat of feathers presence of God. So definitely: was he 'COMMON :", ;;'

*,.' fatigue sooner. acorns, seeds, berries, grass' and in- when the birds molt. led' by the Spirit that when Mary and .):

Naturally' It Is a "burden" to : sects, especially grasshoppers.Found The young gobbler acquires his Joseph brought Jesus into the1 temple

move around or take any exercise fat Wild in Southern States. "beard" in the center of the breast by he took him up in his arms and blessed

Individuals dislike more and more to The clearing of the forests and brush November and it continues to 'grow God, Indicating his personal and affectionate -

take exercise which, of course, meansa lands for agricultural purposes and the rapidly until the third 'year, and thereafter ., Appropriation of the Messiah -

further Increase In weight more slowly. ., as his Savior'and -Lord. '
of thousands
shooting of birds by hunt jveiievtr nit:: uisircasuigsymptoms a

How Fat Accumulates.! ers were two of the most important The young turkeys receive the care III. Simeon's Song (W.29-32)). by applying

b' As the I factors contributing to the gradual .retreat of their mother until they are four or This is the song known as the "Nunc Menlholatum in nostrils'
appetite remains there
Is good of the wild turkey from northernand five months old, after which they look Dimittis," so named from the Latin I and rubbing on chest. 4'=
no cutting on the intake of tjWNU
.5 5 eastern states.It after themselves. At six 'or seven; words with 'which it begins.,
sleepiness Is felt, which mean
more accumulation of fat because is still to be found in Arizona, New months of age the young gobblers 1. He prays for a peaceable departure
standing or walking would .Mexico, Kentucky, Tennessee, Pennsylvania -' separate from the young and old hens (v. 29). Perhaps it was more thana <7/res COMFOKT >D//y

some fat whereas, .lying down use allows up Maryland, Arkansas, Colorado, and range by themselves. The old,gob 'prayer; It was praise to God that

fat to accumulate. Oklahoma, Missouri, Mississippi, Louisiana blers also range by themselves, usuallyin now he Is having a blessed departure

Alabama, Georgia, Florida Texas, flocks of about fifteen. The sexes out of this life, having seen and handled Cost of Accidents
However If there Is not too much the Savior. Truly blessed are The total cost of accidents in he ,
Virginia, West Virginia, and Mexico. roost apart.
fat "
the Individual
is sick
not really : the dead who died In the Lord. United States in l034 is-Estimated at ;
just a bit sluggish. Various state game departments are The turkey was first introduced"into" ..'

reintroducing the bIrd, and restocking Spain in 1519 by Francisco Fernandez. 2. He praises God for a world-wide $3,500,000,000.

)." a depleted areas.Although From that country it spread throughout salvation (vv. 30-32). The "Nunc DI- '(1+
Children's Eye Defects mittis" is the universal thus widely :
there Is no doubt that the Europe and England being intro song
These "behaviors" and from the "Magnificat" In Nervous Weak' Woman ,:
4.: noticeablesymptoms wild turkey originated in America, duced into the latter country In 1524. differing .
of children may show parents there is much doubt how that It Is wider than the Jewish hope.
as to it got The turkey was introduced to Germany Soon All Right
that the. youngster's be Simeon saw Christ as the Light to reveal -
s' / : eyes may Its name. Some early writers have In 1530. The first mention of the '
defective: l salvation to the Gentiles. ThisIs "I had regular 'shaking spells from
that the
suggested name "turkey" was bird In Italy was in an ordinance issued
of Israel. It is in writes Mrs. Cora San-
the true glory nervousness,
L Attempts to brush away blur. adopted because of the supposed resemblance by the magistrate of Venice In
"I all
ders of Earagould was
keeping with the divine purpose in call ,
iS 2. Blinks continually when reading. i between the adornments of 1550, "repressing the luxury of serving and disciplining this nation to run-down and-cramped at my time :.

3. Cries frequently. the fowl's head and the fez worn by turkeys." In 1570 Bartolomeo Scappl, ing make it the channel through which he until I would have to go to bed. After ..'

Sf 4. Has frequent fits of temper. Turkish citizens. But the most widely cook to Pope Pius V, published -receiptsfor my first bottle of Cardui, I was better -
bless all the peoples of the
5. Holds the book far away from accepted explanation Is that the name cooking turkey.In I kept taking Cardui and soonI

face when reading. bears some resemblance to the bird's recent years dressed turkeys have world (Gen. 12:1-3). was all right. The shaking quit .

6. Holds the book close to 'eyesor repeated call-notes-"turk: turk, turk." been Imported Into the United States! IV, Simeon Blessed Joseph and Mary. and I did not cramp. I felt worlds
The revelation through 'Simeon tetter. I gave Cardui to my daughter who
if keeps face close to page. The turkey Is not a migratory bird from Hungary, Russia, Austria, and Ireland caused them1 to marvel. To have such was in about the same condition and she ,'
7. Holds body tense when lookingat in the sense that ducks and geese migrate -. and large numbers come from Al was soon all right.
wonderful] made cdncernlug Cardui benefited
predictions testify
Thousands of women
a distant object. hundreds of miles from the southto gentina. Such Is the irony of fate ; btu their Babe filled them with'amazement. them. If it does not benefit YOU,

;. 8. Is inattentive during reading the north In the spring and returnin Ing indigenous to the United States ana consult a physician. SeE 4$ .
contained wonderful and
Y ,lesson. the fall) much to the delight of thou existing here in countless numbers, the blessing
t words of
dark prophecy.
I). Is Inattentive during wall chart, sands of hunters. wild turkey was domesticated and
+ for the fall -T 2-36
1. "This child Is set and
; map or blackboard leson. Tne wild turkey Is a handsome bird later taken to other countries, from
of ]In Israel." This
f 10. Is Inattentive during class discussion of stately carriage His glossy plumageIs which it Is now Imported In the rising again many

'.a of field trip or visit to museum. mostly greenish bronze, with gold "dressed" form. means that Christ was to be a touch- '
stone-destiny would be determined by 1W( NowTry
r 11. Is Irritable over work. and coppery reflections. In the sun- In Texas, Colorado, and the Dakotas the,attitude of the people toward him.
12. Reads but brief .light the effect is a delight to the {
-a period. with e 'e. many flocks of a thousand or more low definitely this has been: fulfilledIn Try this
: out slopping. The feathers of the neck, breast, body, birds are raised annually. Frequentlythese ,
the experience of that people All Vegetable
;4 s 13. Reads when he should be at and back are tipped with a band of l large flocks are herded on the
2., "A sign which shall be spoken Laxative forConstipation.
;play. velvety black, thus accentuating the prairies In much the same manner as Wk nffte0e "
This had definite fulfillmentin "ill It
a 14:' Rubs the eyes frequently. glowing sheen of the' remainder of the are sheep and cattle. against. N ,
{ Israel and is being fulfilled today rids the System
15. Screws up face when reading. plumage.One From the original wild stocks man '

{' 1C.; :Screws: up face when looking at outstanding characteristic of the lias developed a number of useful vari among many peoples. of Poisons and

,: ; distant objects. turkey Is that the upper portion of the eties which differ largely] In respect to 3. A' sword was to pierce Mary's'sout a r h acts mildly like-.
': This perhaps refers to her suffering ti
' \ 17. Shuts one eye when reading or neck and the head is bare of feathers, plumage color. There are six standard -- ;l nature intended.
she entered into
-covers one when reading. the skin being rich purple or blue. varieties recognized by the American as sympathy Larger size 25c.NATURE'S .
his unutterable
with suffering as hewent
18. Thrusts head forward In areffort The folds or lumps of bare skin are Poultry association : the Slate, the:
to the and her desolation .
to see distant objects. called caruncles. There Is a single wat- Bourbon Red the Black, the Narragaii I

'.,. : 19. Tilts head to ,one side when tle, and from the crown of the head sett, the Bronze, and the White Ho/ afterward.

freadlr. there hangs a pencil-like projection of land. ,

....-,...Mt! Rarvlce: I BEST ASSISTAHT

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The Clewiston News of that. I I men are fixin' to "educate" voterson f Mrs. Elmer Krantz of Moore ,HaT..- B. Shelley, was transacting .-; ';..."
Then another thing, the politicians the subject of "education" in the ven was a business visitor In Clew- business in Moore, Haven Tuesday. .'..
hope that when the battle is over I
know that the only hope they have ston 'Wednesday morning. '
of stayin' on the gravy-train dependson there'll be a new name on the door I r\
Published every Friday in Clewiston, an abundance of bull and baloney that's now labeled "Superintendentof I .:. .,\I",J'
i Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, on one hand and a flock of Public Instruction." I '
Inc. dumb oters on the other-so why Claude Jones of Arcadia, J. Colin ... ,
wouldnjt they be liberal with appro- English of Ocala and W. H. (Bill) :' '
priations for the livestock board ''and Cates of Tallahassee are anklin' -=: FOR ALE :- : ,
Keathley Bowden, Editor chinchy] with the schools? 'round shakin' hands with parents,
If the, school folks want more teachers and school board membersand .
money,instead of havin' "hysterics"they it looks like Mr. Cawthon had Dairy and Retail Milk Route ?.," ,
ought to develop a nice epidemic ,- better start some real serious train-, "
Entered as second class mail mat- of "ticks" or "screw-worms" and in' if he wants to stay in the ring .

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post then they could get support from the with 'em. _A going concern now milking 20 Guern- ; .'" '
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under Federal government as well as the
Act of March 3, 1897. state and '.
the county.Of seys and Holsteins, some pure-breds.. Additional ,
course they might have to windup
I by drownin' every third child or IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? I 20 head dry' cows and heifers and

Subscription rat, .$2.08 per year. I plowin under a lot of third readers, _. ,- .

Advertising rates on application. i but the Increased appropriations -oo.X.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:.,: :..:-:: pure-bred Guernsey 'bull. .'. '
!would more than offset that.
\ I. But If the Tax Revision League I i New and Used |i_
Devoted to the advancement ant keeps on "discoverin' this and that :
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry about the operation of our state gov- | |. 40' acres on main highway. Modern plant .
:;: ':i:
,County. ernment, it may result in a lot of ,. and equipment. Located best pay-roll
folks gettin' "educated" who are not X .*X near

supposed to be and 'when that hap- city in South Florida. .... -
I :
Success to the new officers of the pens It will be "Pay-day on the Wabash" _I: BELLE GLADE .. ".'
Kiwanis Club. and no foolin'. "

The question now Isn't "have you But the school problem is sure I o See .
purchased Christmas seals?" but gonna prove a nice little "red wag-! :: :: "J. E. BEARDSLEY Agent '
|; Belle Glade, Florida | : .
have :you paid for those you were on" for all these aspirin' candidates .
supposed to purchase? fo fide around the state on for the I :S Next Door To Theatre ::3?: Hopkins Building lewiston, Fla. '
next few months. ..

Democratic appetites went a long Already. several ambitious gentle- ...........................................,.......................................:.................:1, (' '., ', 7
way toward helping the campaign p
expenses of FDR for re-election. The .
Republicans should try fasting. I .
.1 .-';:'. I : 0

Residents of the Everglades are 4g :": ,-'i\.. ;)j -1 / :: ; :.:-.-:;. '-' ;,. <- ,,.... r':':, ..... "

thankful that at last they have a fire : \ -: : ,\,;,:" < .. ..,. ,
control system that clicks. Fire j; ( -J: : \; \; : ," :, .I .... ': <

Chief Bender Is doing, good work. :.; ./ j jJ

Motorists on Hendry county high- '
ways will have to watch their driving -
in the future. We have a brand 'WITH :
new traffic cop but as he Is compelled LESS GAS : 'J'J.i.i'

to cover three other adjoining ;
counties you may drive a long while

before, you see him. less oil..less .upheepe'\.j:


With the AAA killed by the Supreme -
Court and its various con-
tracts for crop control and other
plans for Increasing the price of
farm products all unsettled it is natural -
for people here to wonder

whether the Quota of sugar produced .
and cane planted by the U. S. ,',, I.. > \
Sugar Company will be taken off Im- ,: j \

mediately.It : ,-,, r.,. '
Is generally believed that It will .-. ., .r ,;"'. ..' O, .
not. The contract entered Into between .1#' t

the Secretary of Agricultureand ,'."
the Sugar Corporation covered

the crop year 193:;-36 and these ,v.",.,., ,
contracts already entered Into will "wf
probably be made good. President .. .. ':/Nl' .
;; .? Y".;, !
R /j
Roosevelt has asked Congress to appropriate % i r r; f r';r, I 5/1/lt rr r.r,{ .
a large sum of money to
take'care of these contracts and help
out the farmers until such time as

another plan. can be drawn up and
passed.In .
spite of the Supreme Court WP i
believe that Roosevelt has the power -
to >> ,
put substitute legislation

through Congress which will be as MASTER DELUXE SPORT SEDAN
,effective or: more so than the orig- V

inal AAA. More miles of pleasure more money ,in your pocket ., when you drive


mummauuuHmmunmmmuummuuummuToo 'CHEVROLETFOR 19,56

} Late To Classify : ., ". .
-- ". .
": CJ3y Tucsell' Kay <

trrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.rrrrrAnd You may as well save money. .. ,
NEW PERFECTED particularly when you can get IMPROVED GLIDING .
now the Florida Tax Revision HYDRAULIC BRAKES RIDE*
{League Has been poldn' 'round more motoring pleasure in addition to substanKNEEACTION. J

among the statistics again" and is all 1A.e.Grt.nd-rmoofhed.v.r dev.toped tial savings and that.is the happy experience th. imoolbttt, tafett'rid* of all
broke'out in a fever on account of
J discoverin'' that while the 'cost of of people who buy new 1936 Chevrolets. .

keepin' cows "contented" in Flor- SOLID STEEL onplc This new Chevrolet is fast! It's spirited! It HIGHCOMPRESSIONVALVEINHEAD
ida has Increased 404 per cent the .
, cost of annoyin' our children with TURRET TOP goes places as you want your new car to go! ENGINE

f- an education has decreased 65 per .crown .f beauty, a hrtnu of tahff And goes with less gas and oil! All of which giving even better performance with
:, cent and the
League wants to know
, even lest pot and oil
how come naturally makes it a much hotter investment.
our four-legged dumb an- ti ,
imals are more important than our ',:0. Then, too, the new Chevrolet for 1936 is \
'two-legged ones.Accordln' GENUINE FISHER .
; 1 NO DRAFT VENTILATION smarter, safer and more comfortable to ride in ALL THESE FEATURES
to figures ..
dug up by the
:', League last week the' cost of oper- IN NEW TURRET TOP BODIES than any other car Belling at or near ks price.

,'... atin' our schools from 1926-27 Come in-take a ride in this only complete
through 1933-34 has decreased from rt. mwf btuf/M and com/crtabU bod/t '
.. 20362672.82 to the mere pettance rr crtaftd for/owprfctd c.r I low pricedcar-and'get proof of its greater value. $4 9 5
y of $11.553,336.71
k', : while at' the same time the number
'' AND UP. Lit price of New Standard Coup*.,
tV" '. of pupils care for has Increased from Flint Michigan. With bumper, ipare tin an!'
:. ',' 370,792 to 382,510. SHOCKPROOF- STEERING r ...... nl New Greatly'Reduced I tirt lock, the lu I price it $20 additional._ *Kneemaking -
:,. Action an hlasrer tilodels on! .i20 additional
., The League olnts out that the .: driving sorter and later G.M.A.C. TIME PAYMENT PLAN .Priori quoted Inthu:aditrtUemmtareliit; at Flint,
a- / Michigan and abject to change without notict,
,: ,, children of today are the citizens of than ever b.'.,.. f O. ,cott in C.M.A.C.AlIlo..,.. A General Motor, Value. '
', tomorrow and contends that It is _. Compare Chevrolet's low deluvred pricet. ,
',. more important to develop good citizens -
:' ". than to produce better live: "
I stock. )

r.-i'--; /, Maybe so, but if Florida Is to e hWpY1eeICObP I

,tt.. ; maintain her supremacy from the
standpoint of heifers on the highway
we,gotta spend more money protectin' -
--- ...
--- ----
our cattle. Just imagine how
we'd feel if we were to wake
up some i
fine ..morning and find that California Clewbton Motor Company: "

or some other enterprisln' com
monwealth could point with pride to -
.h vin' more and better '
, highway ", Clewiston Florida
I '
bows t1 an wa have: ,. Y'ju( gotta. think ,

oJ'r f
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.. ) ,. t:NNNNMNNNNNNNNN:NNM:MN:NNNN: N) Mrs. H. A. Bestor spent Thursdayin luncheon cloth to, Mrs. F. I. Hill, I mild epidemic of chicken pox which .
/v;; .,.,' *l* West Palm Beach. fourth, a bath towel to Mrs. F. M. J.
:>'! :: :: broke out during the holidays. M. LOUSE .;:
Personal Mention :%:; .
::14 i S Wright, low, pot holders, to Mrs. G. Some, parents were getting
:!: Mr. and Mrs. John L. Allen of B. Rackstraw and cut prize, a hand- uneasy.

\: -/' HEs,. ..*...........*...*...*...* ....*. #......*...*....*..*...*....*...*..*....*......... ....... Newport News announce the birthof kerchief to Mrs. W. M. Redelsheim- after reports had been circulated Counselor and Attorney at Law : '. ;

.'. _.. Fr. F. J. Finnegan spent Thurs- a! son at their home recently. The er. that children were going to school ..: Hopkins Building ,

: .-::, day in West Palm Beach. /' youngster has been named John L. Delectable refreshments of fancy while, still ,sufficiently ill to, spread} ,

; Jr. Mr. Allen is the son of Mr. and sandwiches, cornucopias of French I the contagious disease., Yesterday ..\ .Wednesdays and Saturdays ;
t Mrs. C. :M. Allen of Clewiston. pastry filled with whipped cream, ': -
.;', .;: .' :Mrs. E. C. :Mills and sons spentr -- afternoon Dr. G. J. Potter conductedan 9:30 Vv4:00 : :-t.,.;,
\*'*'*: tea and coffee.: I '. I ,,< .:
- .i-; .:: ', several days this week in Fort! My :Miss Ruth Knight and Miss Betty examination of every school child '
,.,y.-i<':. I Those' were: Mrs. Max'I'I ... :
: ;:. ers. /' Spicer returned to Tallahassee I playing ,and found only two cases which -' --- : ::.

I"'i'. ..l..jb Sunday to resume, their studies at ''I Meluh, Mrs. Richardson Selee. Mrs. 1 showed sufficient seriousness to'be L. B. '
Mershon }
R. Y. Patterson, Malcolm W. Bigg! Florida State College for' Women O. F." Srhfffli.-- --- Mrs., F. Deanp. 'Duff.: sent home. Scales were still present :

and F. Deane Duff spent several after spending the holidays at, their iirs. W. C. Owen, l\I SIFI.; Hill, in a' few, cases but Dr. Potter .

r' } days this week in Jacksonville.Mrs. homes here.Richard Mrs. H. A. Bestor', JMrs. F. M. described: them as secondary scales AGENT ',,I

Wright, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. and not ,infectious' '
W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. J. W. \ .
: :M. H. Crouch and Mrs. E. L. Bestor returned the latter M. E. VonMach, local school'board ,
Ezelle, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. (}. New York Life' v
F, -c Stewart visited in West Palm Beach part of last week to Gainesville ,member advises parents not to be
the E. Smith, Mrs. B. A. Bourne Mrs ,
where he Is. attending Universityof
Friday alarmed and that if child shows I .
any Insurance :.
H. T. Vaughn. Tea guests included Company
Florida after spending the. holi-
any sign whatever of the' ,
here. His :Mr. and Mrs. i :Mrs. Malcolm Bigg, Mrs. M. E. Von I \
days parents,
r ; I sease he twill be
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson spent : sent home at o .di-j ARCADIA FLORIDA, :
H. A. Bestor accompanied hilll to I Mach, Mrs.: E. C. Mills and Mrs. .\\.1, $
Thursday afternoon in West Palm .
P. Vaughn Sr. I ,
West Palm Beach where he took a ; v
Y Beach business. -- :
.on'.' train; for Gainesville. 1 i
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'' Mr. 'and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and AIRS. RIGHT; HONORS MRS. I I ON, MOTHER'S BIRTHDAYMrs ',

daughter, Anne, spent Saturday ;if- CRABB WITH 'BRIDGE PARTY \ ..

,'' ternoon. in West Palm Beach. ]I Mark R. Lawler entertained I S.., Announcing -. ]

Mrs. F. 11.VTight entertained Monday afternoon with an informal .

;. Lt.-Col. and' Mrs. Earl North and ,Wednesday afternoon with, a bridge I I,tea honoring the birthday of her mother .

daughter, of Jacksonville spiiU: party honoring Mrs. J. L...Crabb, a I Mrs. J. L. Crabb, who, is That in.2 .
viSit-j : weeks this store ,
will'caqy the famous WALGREEN, line !
Monday and Tuesday in Clewist winter visitor here. j Ing her here. Most of the of drugs and sundries and '
are proud of the fact that '
we are the
High'' sc're prize was won by Mrs.J. other mothers who :
guests were are first 'store in this part of 'the state :that was offered one of ,their :;
,. ,;.i, ; Mrs. D. E. Jones, of Lakeland, arrived E. Beardsley who received bath visiting sons and daughters in. Clew, contracts' 'We will run each weak end starting soon a large list '"ti

Sunday to make her home towels as 'the prize. Mrs. V. A. Allen iston at, this time.. I specials at unbeatable'prices and'oncer a. month the WALGREEN .:"

4 here with Mr. Jones. was low and received wash cloths Rooms 'were decorated in pink special sale featuring Sundries, Electrical Goods, Stationery," Clocks, sWatches

and as a guest prize :Mrs. Crabb was roses and delightful refreshments of Household Needs, Rubber goods, Candy, Etc .--.1:'

Mrs. F.' D. King and daughters, given a bath towel ,with wash clothto ice cream and individual birthday I --.' f j,

left Monday for Jacksonville to match. cakes were served to:, Mrs. Amy And remember that with each 25c purchase made at this store you J" 'j

make ,their home. The room was beautifully deco- Hall, Mrs. John W. Smith, Mrs. L. I 'receive one' of our valuable coupons to apply on one of the many -.<.:'
fruit i premiums, that we give away..', Following are some of, the week end .:-. :is
rated with roses. > Congealed H. Robbins, Mrs. M. J. Hirsh, Mrs.R. : .
r S. Mr. ,and Mrs. T. B. Shelley and E. salad and hot. holls were' served as L. Merritt, Mrs. Olin Carleton, : specials. for this week. **' "..':

E. Kelley spent Sunday and Monday refreshments. Mrs. Josephine Knight and, Mrs. D. [ .-

# in Miami. Those playing were:: Mrs. R. N. C. Brinsdon. i 50c Di' West tooth brush and 2oc paste, both for .......:..............:.43c ',')

Smith, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. V. I, 50c Pint bottle Sharpe & Dolune Milk Magnesia ....._ 29c .'
Mrs. V. A. Allen and H. O. Peters A. Allen, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. ''THE COMM UNITY CHURCH ti.'
Full pint rubbing alcohol (70 per cent) _.- _. I7c ; ;
were visitors in Fort Myers Tues- K. Bowden, Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger, D. Jenkins Williams, Minister.; _

day afternoon. Mrs. W.'F. Simpson, Mrs. Leslie Miller Full pint Russian mineral. oil (Regular 75c) ..........:.................,.. 33c 1

Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. J. E. Sunday, January '12, 1936 I Full pint. witch hazel .__....'........_._._..............,...........;....19c .
Mrs. L. H. Liles and- two children Beardsley, Mrs. J.. L. Crabb and the 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. : :
One pound roll sterilized cotton ......_.__:, ,.. Slo .,'
arrived Sunday from ,Gulf Hammockto hostess.. Mrs. L. H. Robbins and Mrs. 10:45 A, M. Junior Church. :

; join ,Mr. Liles here. Olin Carleton were tea guests. 7:45 P. M. Communion,' Service and Full pint thymolinc. antiseptic (Regular' SOc) .! ,.-..-,,,.-'.?.Slo .,{'

reception ,of new members.We One. .pound. box chocolate covered cherries .. ..--.?__,,.., 29o .
Mr. and Mrs'' H. J. B. Scharnberg '
invite all friends of other One pound box chocolate covered Brazil nuts S9o '
r had as luncheon guests Monday Mr. WEEK-END: GUESTS : ;
communions who desire to unite
and Mrs. E. L. 'Costa of Miami.Mr. may BOY of 1 dozen aspirin tablets PURPAC .?.?_ 4c
with us in this celebration 'of the

Mrs. G. E. Sm"tth entertained. Sat- Lord's Supper. Bottle,of 100 aspirin tabletsRegular 75c) ., .*?.,,??.?, 29c .:
Mrs. N. G. Glover of Tam'pa .
and -
with bridge '
last week-end with Mr. and urday evening a, party White Shinola shoe polish (Will not rub off) ...._....__:,.?.... 0o <
; spent .
: honoring Mr. and Mrs. M..G. Glover, MILD CHICKEN POX ,
Mrs. G. E. Smith and Mr.. and Mrs. of Tampa, who were her guests over EPIDEMIC IN SCHOOL Atlas shoe polish((' Tan & ,Black) Can. ._?. 4c

W. W. Perry. the 'weekend Arlington mineral water crysta760c Pkg. for ....;...__...,-.......870

Mrs. D. C. Brindson, of Mt. Pleasant Mrs. Glover received 'the high School opened Monday for the $1.00 Epherdinc nose drops with atomizer, ,both for ::.......,........ ?cALL
score prize'for ladies, W. C. Prewitt, final half of the school term with
7 S. Car., arrived recently for an ,for men, Mrs. Prewitt: low: for ladies attendance off 'some because of a I SPECIALS SOLD FOR CASH ONLY
: extended visit with her nephew, >
and H. J. B Scharnberg for men. '
John B. Dotterer.? coffee'were ,Many"more specials, and this is just starter.' Please watch" for
Sandwiches and serv- '
WALGREEN specials. to be put on ,display soon.
-- FOR SALE--Unfurnished house.
ed as refreshments at. the close of '
'' Mrs. F. A. Ray accompanied. her Four rooms and bath on Sagamore ;-< .. y 4 ;.-

mother, Mrs.. L. E. Edwards to her play.Those_ playing were: Mr. and Mrs. Street. Terms reasonable or will "Let Us Be Your Druggist"t I '

home in Savannah Saturday. for a H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. rent. Communicate with C.' M. Little-
two-weeks visit. W. C. Prewitt, Mr. 'and Mrs.: M. M. john at Camp Roosevelt, Ocala, or -

Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry see O. H Roberts at. .U; S. Engineer :
Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Peters'.and office. ALSTON'S ,
and Mrs. Max Meluh. I :
LaDeen returned Sunday from a two I

weeks visit in Leesburg and Daytona CHILD BITES DOG MAKES \

Beach. SENSATIONAL NEWS FOR RENT-Clean rooms, $2.00 per Everything In Drugs 'tit ,

) -- week and up. Also furnished \
Marianne Jones entertained Nancy When a dog bites' a man It's not apartments at reasonable rates.

Wright and Anne Pafford at dinner new but when a man bites a dog .it's George ,Apartments, P. O. Box 51. -

Thursday evening, the occasion being news-so goes the first lesson learn-
--- -- --
her birthday. ed by those with journalistic ambi- -

; .. tions. ,But when a child ,bites a' dogit 't!

3 Mr. and Mrs. E. Hoffman, of New isn't classified In the book and '.

fir' Orleans, visited Thursday and Fri- should be termed either, the Instinctof H I FOR SALE I i1 i1'S]i .

day with Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr. Mr. self-preservation or' .news in the ;:

'f Hoffman is Mrs. Vaughn's nephew. sensational class.

r This happened one day this week :;j; Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment _. : '
Mrs. L. M. Oliphant left this week while Eleanor VonMach, two and a .. .

,for her home in Marietta, Ga., after half year old daughter of Mr.' and I 1'.t.. .i ".' ."
visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. C. Mrs. M. E. VonMach was:: playing I :: .z. I ;; -.:. 't,':..

Wilson and Mr. Wilson here. with her dog, Rex. The dog either ':' .:. I '... .t..s. \ "
I 's' .s. ;- : )
became too affectionate or became x x + .: .
.Mrs.. E. J. Rogero returned this angered and knocked the child down : .. : '.' .-; ."

week from a visit with her daughterin and was biting a little too roughly. :;: + :.::. :i: ,,::;
.t. .s. \
Pensacola. Irene Neighbors returned Whereupon the little tot reciprocated 's' ::: -:- .:. '\;1's' ;'
with her to spend the re- by biting the dog's neck with a 's' .. :' .:- ':
''. mainder of the winter. vengeance and sent the dog howlingto 's''S't'.s. 'f' .:. .".

--- cover. However neither the dog 'S- _f. ".' .:. '...".

3- Mrs. J. L. Crabb, Mrs. D.' C. nor child was seriously injured from Y:' .f. .i':. .:.

.;';, Brinsdon, 'Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs.m the encounter. I''t.Y'.:. 1 : I .:.

D. J. Williams and Mrs. W. 'F..'Simpson ,. ay .-.1..=. '

spent Friday afternoon in Fort BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED : : :.. ;.,'

Myers., FRIDAY IN BELLE GLADE .i; :: qir :iii; 'i' ::',
.;- :s:
Mrs. C. W. McDonald, who retains :t: ..
E. W. Digges, formerly of Cle.v- t 'f'
her membership in the local .yy.f.. +.
iston and now connected with the '. :'
bridge club in spite of the fact that 's'.. 1. .'. ...
U. S. Engineers on the Cross-St ite .'s' + .;. .:.
she moved from Clewiston to Belle (
s.. Canal at Ocala spent several days .:' .. .. ._'.
here this week. Glade several months ago, entertained y f .
: the club last Friday afternoon at .:' ,

I her home in the South Lake town.A ..f'.. .t.: .s.: ''i'.'
Mr. and Mrs.: H. H. Turner droveto
linen luncheon set awarded tX y
Hollywood' recently: where they to Mrs T. B. Shelley who held- ::: + "1' "r I ::: :!:
took H. L. Delaney, Jr., to be entered i. y _
high score. Mrs. Ivan. Van Horn received S-- f
X 'S '
as a student at Riverside Military \
i ,finger tip towels as low score : v
Academy. prize, and the cut prize went to Mrs.G. .'. Y.t. .Y. .t.
.t. .t.
B. Thomas, a candy dish. Fruit -to { ..t.v
: Geo. Bestor returned last week to :. 'f. ':' .
Atlanta salad, sandwiches, cup cakes and y
resume his studies at Y Yhy
( fruit punch were served to:
F; : Georgia Tech after spending the Y
"' Y' Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. M. E. y y
Christmas holidays here with his
Yenawine, Mrs. G. B. Thomas Mrs.J Y
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor v Y
WI Ezelle, Mrs. Ivan Van Horn Y v
r -
) Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. D G. Alston y v v y
of the local school fac-
ulty who have' returned over the, and Mrs. H. R. Hall. \ :;: ::: Pay The ,Balance Like Rent ; ::

week-end for the
beginning of school

Mrs. W. L.in Beacom, who spent the :;:1:: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :: ::
holidays Jacksonville; Miss' Lu- Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg entertained : -
cile Hampton from her home in La- Monday afternoon with -
a delightful -

, 't' Belle in Pahokee, Miss ,Sue Miss Maxwell Lavonia, who Congdon visited The six bridge prizes party awarded at her were home.as 'H: :: Clewiston Home Building Association H

from her home In Alva and Miss follows: High .f. .-
a lamp to Mrs. W. C. 'f. .s'
:t Mary Snell from her home.in Lake-! Owen; second high, set of bridge :,: A.f- PHONE 102 YQ.t' .:.

J P. cards to Mr. H, A, Beetor, third! a ..__.. ._.. '___, __ .. _...__ ___.._....___-... ........._1i


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Man Must Know Creative

Power to Master Himself "*"\

Man is buffeted by circumstance

: Jo long as he believes himself to be

SANDS the creature of outside conditions

SHIFTING I but when he realizes that he is i

creative power, and that he may command -

the hidden soil and seeds' of

his being out of which circumstances

BASSETT ,JJI J* ,Jill grow, he_ then becomes the rightful

JJ! SARA WARE master of himself.-James Allen.
by WNU Service
Copyright by; The Penn Pub.


II Eleazer's nephew-lawyer in took them and disappeared. Soon YOUSt ? !
not m> wife. She is my young step by accident, I met
afterward purely
XIIContinued16 ( Heath'sstory ,
CHAPTER New York, who's checking up
widow. I alway
mother, my father's to wire everything there is O. Paul Latlruer, a friend who lives on
have called her Joan. Island and during the courseof
appreciate K If he does, I'll go bury my head. Long ,
be.I never
shall ,
"I pardon.
0h 1 beg jour our' conversation, he asked If I
I too silly, vain There goes the telephone I That'shim
Hortle until now. was the man explained '
it all now, that %
"I see hat. knew a good man servant, saying 1
feather-headed. I have realized it misunderstood the, That's Eleazer-I'll bet a r
"You have entirely their butler had just given
Julien, ,
It.-You ain't
"Hello !-Yes, I heard
knowing MajcJa. Junior. Since mjfather's
since situation. I'm a he to be married to
notice that was
be differed after hav, surprised? Wal, I am. I'm took off
want to people :
"We all death ,
maid, and return -
Corinne, new parlor .
Heat feet.-Oh, nephew wired. dJd ,
Marcia, Stanley of using the term my your
we have seen got out of the way with her to France.
O. K.? That bein'
he an' everything's
aboutit. ,
said gently. Sometimes I myself "The woman's name Instantly caught
want to Be-we set the ''case, I, reckon there's no more to
"We don't just So Marcia thought attention.
the girl's grave reply. did. We both did be said.. I feel like a shrimp. How my
it, was she
about "Of course "Why shouldn't 1 do a ,bit of sleuthIng SIMPLE SIMON
"Sit down, Sylvia, and let us talk of How were we to know?" Sylvia de do you feel?- own account

ventured Ileath'after a pausi Klisha hung up the receiver. on my MET A PIEMAM
Marcia:: manded. and I
"Thus.far the detectives Joan THREE OR FOUR
"I am deeply sorry if I have wounded "How, indeed? If an Innocent citizen "Wal, Mr. Heath, the story you told at- AND ORDERED *
had hired had made no headway HE.NOW EATS TUMS
her-Indeed I am." cannot visit a town without being Eleazer an' me Is straight as a stringin locating the jewels. WHEN HEARTBURN COMES .

The girl searched his face. arrested as a criminal within a week every particular," he announced. shouldn't I have a try at It DON'T SUFFER ANY MOREI :
"I cannot understand you, 1\11'.' of his arrival, why shouldn't he be married '"You're free There ain't nothln' I myself? I":got a boat ana cruised I

she said. "What has Marcia without his knowledge. Cir can say. To tell you I'm sorry ain'tIn
haveto along to the Latimers' at whose houseI Stop SAYING "NO"TO ,a t
done that you should have left her cumstantial evidence can, apparently no way adequate. You'll just and with the : '
had frequently ,
as you did Hasn't she believed In I work wonders. set me down as one of them pud- habits of whose household I was' FAVORITE FOODS

thick and thin Stoo suddenly be threw back his dln'-headed Idiots that was over-am '
through Then with some
that disagrees
you I familiar. My plan was to arrive TT isn't only pie
'body-going i it laughed. bitious to do his duty." L Many that even milk gives thema
for against eyer head and people. say .
you fam-
up in the before the The best foods may .
early morning stomach. very
blind at that? Few women wool "Bless you little Sylvia-bless yoi "I shall not let it go at that, Mr astir and catch the parlor bring gassy on acid indigestion sour stomach gas ..-'=".

ha' e had such faith in a stranger." for setting me right. I told you you Winslow," Stanley Heath acclaimed, ily maid was alone at 'her work. heartburn.relieve Millions acid indigestion.have found Munch that 3 Turns or 4 '. .:-c...,

You do nof need to 'a and you've proved it to the old man's side and quickly eatinglast "
''I realize that. were brick stepping "Should she to be our Corinne after meals or whenever smoking hasty .'r".

tell me," he answered. "It is precisely Thanks to you, everything is now seizing his palm In a strong grip. prove confront her with the night's party or Turns some other contain cause no brings harsh >., '
1 would boldly acid indigestion. ,
because she has gone so far 1 straightened: out. Here give me your "We all make 'errors. Forget it. I'm on alkalies which physicians: have said may increase ;,.;,<..;?.
demand the jewels )
and ;
believed her capable of going farthe' hand. How am I to thank you foi going to. Besides, you have treatedme theft the other band, she turned out to be Instead the an tendency antacid which toward neutralizes acid indigestion.stomach ;,:-l f:.)
done I only hope since I've been stomach oc'i: i
yet-the whole way what you have like a prince your acid, but never over-alkalizes the. .
would be
"What do you mean by the who that young Horatio Fuller of yours guest. another person altogether, It blood. You'll like their minty taste. Only lOc }.1:.
to explain my presenceby FORTHETUWMY
perfectly easy
way?" realizes what a treasure he is getting. "You are the prince, sir. Llvin' with .. .r.t c.wo
.back acquaintancewith
falling my
"To the end.". "He does, Mr. Heath-he does, ob you has shown me that. Wale any-' C"1':
Paul. \tt) :::;
"Well, basn't'she?" served that gentleman, strolling at the how all ain't been lost. At least I'vemet TUMS AREANTACID. S, ,' '-<'
and ,"Jt seemed, on thinking the matter TV"J: ....
He shook his head. same Instant through the door a thoroughbred an' that ain't none ? r "....oot TO unr { :
that this would be a far more NOT A LAXATIVE,
"No. She has fallen short-dlsap- encircling his tiny bride-to-be with his too frequent: an occurrence in these than to
drag ;
considerate course anyway
ca'me to traveled half: way
cruelly. When it arm. "Haven't I "
pointed me days. in the detectives, not only because *1
the final test, her affection collapsed across this big country of ours te "What 1 can't understand, Mr. Wins- real evidence to present to : 11

Oh, she has been wonderful," he added marry her?" married low, is why you didn't recognize he had them,no but also because of my friend- f ': I .xft: !
not think I fall to appreciate "Oh, we're not going to be the
quickly. "Do was a thoroughbred from begin Latlmers and for Julien, ,; ,..
out-dis demurred the girl tryingto ship for the AiMy Ideal Remedy for .I"
that. She has far yet, Hortie, ning," Horatio Fuller remarked. :.
'the'big fel who had been in their employ many ,
tanced every other woman I ever have wrench herself free of "You've a right to berate me, young I knew they esteemed him very ;'HEADA.CHE :

known. I simply expected too much' low's hold."Certainly.' perfect right. I ain't goin' to years. : .
Didn'tI man-a highly and would be dreadfully cut up .'' Though J have tried all good :
of her, doubtless the impossible. Hu we are, my dear. defense., 'Twas the 'circum- ., suits me
put up no should they find ,him involved in an' ; .-M: remedies Capudine ,.
man nature is frail-a woman's hear tell'yon this morning I came to get stances that blinded me. Besides, I had Be- '" .,::;{1. best. It is quick and gentle." ".
affair as unpleasant as one. # because it is liquid-
the frailest thing of all. I have always ,single glimpse of Mr. Heath. ha'dhad Quickest already dis- ,
only a sides, I felt practically certain he ;: its ingredients are I
said so.", Remember that. After he was took nothing to do with the crime. lie z- .- solved. For periodic headache neuralgia .
Y' j -
"You wrong .Marcia," cried Sylvia sick, I never saw him again. Had we of the old-fashioned,
was too fine-one -- -- -- --- \
hotly.: "Her heart is not frail. Neithe; got acquainted, as ice have now, every- devoted type of servant. : ,: .

is she the weak sort of person yoi i D tr thing would 'a' been different. Findin' "To shame such a man and throw 1

have pictured: In all the world yoi N them jewels-" suspicion on him I if hewere. :. blameless .
could not match her loyalty or ,the< V O ) "Great hat, man! 1 had a diamond the
just on
Y be especially
., would a pity,
depth of her affection. If after 'tbe ring In my pocket when I, came to eve of his resigning from service., It 3

experience we three have lived througl Wilton, hut that didn't pr'ove I'd might mean that instead of leaving f

together you have not discovered wha stolen It." with the gratitude and good-will of his )sc: "

she is, it,, is futile for me to attempt' to T "I know! I know!" acquiesced the employers, he might 'be sent away under .:'

show you. + t sheriff. "Eleazer an' me lost ou'r bear. a cloud. I did not wish that to .
"You came into our lives like a in's entirely. We got completely happen. Be Sure They Properly ,

meteor-entirely detached from every- turned .round." "'f ell, my scheme worked to a dot. Cleanse the Blood
thing. We knew nothing about you "A thief with a Phi Beta Kappa unobserved
Latimers' ;
tJI and in the face of damaging evidence key!" jeered Horatio. "Godfrey I" "I reached' the YOUR kidneys are constantly filter
Corinne alone straightening up .
found from the blood
offered neither Marcia nor me one turning to Sylvia, he added in matter
you Then
faced her and sometimes lag in
the library ; But kidneys
word of explanation. Marcia askeinone.
Without rhyme or reason she who has kept her
the only person
see "The instant she saw me she knew tended-fail to remove impurities

believed in you. I had not her faith, head through this affair is our Aunt the was up, and, without more poison the system when retained.
I freely confess 1 thought you guilty, Marcia.' the gems from her Then ycpi may suffer nagging back

Oh, I liked you sufficiently well to bE< Elisha overheard the final clause. ado, produced all the blame. ache, dizziness, scanty or too frequent

ready to help you save your skin. Bu "That's right!" he agreed with cor- pocket, shouldering urination,getting up el night,puffiness
/ knew nothingof
"Julien, she, protested, under the eyes; feel nervous, miserable -
Marcia cared enough for=' you to wan Lv/ IL'. diality. "The Widder's head-piece can" the theft. He was a self-respecting, -all upset. x'

you. to save your soul. always be relied upon to stay steady. honest man. Should he .be told of Don't delay? Use Doan's Pills.

"When you were taken iil, we, botl! "Whose bead-piece?" inquired Stan- what she had done it would end every- Doan's are especially) for poorly func-

nursed you-I' willingly, she devotedly ley Heath, puzzled by the term. thing between them. She loved him. tioning kidneys. They are recommended -

Here lay another difference had YOt "Marcia's. Here in town we call Indeed it was because of him she had I by grateful users the countryover.
them from druggist
'been able to detect It. What happened her The Widder." committed the crime. Get any

'as- a result of this enforced intimacy "Well, 'ou'll.not. have the opportunity "It proved they had been engagedsome :

? You know-know far better to call her that much longer," before had agreedto
Insulting time and long
"It Was Outrageous of You, \
than I. to Leave a Thing of This I Heath laughed. save tbelr money and sometime

"I fell 'in love with Marcia," replied. Sort, for Marcia." "You don't tell me!" Elisha re pool it so they might be married and

the man without an instant's hesita- Dad I garded him, open-mouthed. "Humph! buy a little home In France.

tion. married? I was perfectly serious. So that's how the wind blows, is it? CONTINUED)
1 !" repeated gave me two months vacation with would 'a' No Need to Suffer
'You fell in love Sylvia Wal, I can see this mix-up

her lip curling. "You.call' It love-the that understanding. l'must either ended my chances anyway. Marcia'd Famous Scientists Guide C

poor thing you offered her! Why, produce a wife" when I get home or never have had me after this. Disap- Great National AcademyThe "MorningSickness"

Marcia: would have gone to the world's lose my job. I'am, though, there's a ;
as Sciences
"Looks to me as li you had Mr.Fuller's pointed National Academy of "Morr inO' sickness"-is caused by an
had she I won'thave
Heath she
end with you, Stanley: sight of comfort In knowin' the Pres- To avoid it acid must ba '
future prosperity in your founded in 1863 during acid condition. :
the right. She would have faced any l Eleazer neither. He don't come self- alkalis-such as magnesia. .
Heath said. idency of Abraham Lincoln, is a offset by -''i
hands ,
for sake. If prison Sylvia whit better'n me. '
humiliation your of the shindy a -
out America'sleading
"She has. She can make or break I governing institution of Physicians RecommendMilnesia $
she would have it's heapl" Why
closed fact a
doors upon you That's somethln'. In with the ...;fI._"
scientists charged
remained faithful until they swung me. A big responsibility, eh, little studies for Wafers ':i i
of making
afterward followed you to Sylvia? responsibility wafers .: :;
open and XIII These mint-flavored,candy-like are
CHAPTER It is also empowered -
the federal government.
any corner of the earth In which you "I know It, Hortle, retorted the glr -' to receive and distribute fundsto pure milk ,of magnesia in solid farm- ,, it

life." seriously. the most pleasant way to take it. Each:
a new
to begin
chose"That's where you're wrong, ..SylvIa," ,"She is equal to it, Fuller-never Intense as was the joy of the three facilitate important research under wafer approximately equal to full ;;

Heath. "Marcia was not fear," Stanley, Heath asserted. i persons, who a little later set out takings. In 1916, at the request of dose of liquid milk of magnesia. ,:

contradicted and "I'm not doing any worrying,' toward the Homestead In the old yel- the President, the National Research thoroughly, then swallowed, they
that. I tried her out
ready to do I they were, a silent trio. council was founded, under the charter acidity in the mouth and .1:111\:1.1'1
smiled Horatio. "I- low dory,
1 should ,
When I told her ;
she refused. and insure quick t
The sentence ,was cut short by the I Iradio's Too much of seriousness had hap- of the National academy, for "the promotion digestive system '
return to her, and asked her vin so during the morning for them to and co-operative coordinationof pletq elimination of the waste
loudspeaker: pened bloated
words whether she was willingto cause gas,headaches,
many face shame and public scorn for, my "The much sought' Long Island gem dispel its aftermath lightly. scientific research. The council en- & dozen other discomforts. .. ,
this morning at his Horatio, pulling at the oars, was gages actively In research promotion ; ,
captured and :
sake she turned her back on me. She thief was Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 ;
Harris Chal unusually earnest, Sylvia turned the It publishes many scientific mono and in ,:
could not to that length." lodgings in Jersey City. 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, :
go sure she understood?" mers, alias Jimmie O'Hara, a paroled ring on her finger reflectively and graphs, and it maintains a number of convenient tins for your handbag
"Are you and look- prisoner, was taken by the police at Stanley Heath looked far out over the research fellowships, the funds for 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximately -:"."'"

asked ing fearlessly Sylvia! stepping into his nearer eyes. "There is his room on K- street. A quantity of water, too deep in thought to be con- which 'up to June 30, 1930, amountedto one adult dose of sell milk recommend of magnesia.them.All .'iJ,. '':;.

the of either of them. more than $3,000,000. good drug stores .
Marcia never In this world loot, together with firearms and scious, '
a shame the boat swung into The government Itself engages directly these delicious, effective
for man but it is not missing jewels were found concealed When, however, Start using
face any ;
would have just described. In the apartment. The man readily the channel,. Sylvia spoke. In research activities to an extent anti-acidgently laxative wafers todayirofessional :-

the shame you of wronging another admitted the theft. He has a long "Hartle and I are not coming with not generally' realized. The bu- samples sent free to registered ,'

"It Is the'destroying shame 'a home. In the prison record." you, Mr. Heath," she said. "We will reau standards holds a key positionin I physicians dentists if.request is made ..4,, ,
woman ; promiseme it is responsible for I Seloct Products, :;. -
For second nobody spoke. stay behind. Only do, please, this respect as on professlOnalletterhead. ,
villages where telieve we in have marriage been broughtup as a Then a as if prompted by common one thing. Do not tell Marcia the the supervision of the national stand- : I**., 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y, ;: ;, "

sacred, we, enduring sacrament-not a Impulse, the three on the piazza whole story before we have 'a chanceto ards, upon which are based the thou- I I 35c & 60c .r.1.:.

indoors hear it. There are ever so many sand and one measures of industry and bottles2Oc
broken. When you rushed 'if'
be lightly .
bond to Marcia less than that-" Elisha was sitting limply before the connecting links I am curious beyond science, besides acting as the govern o ,,
offered "
radio. words to have you supply. ment's official agency for standariza- tins ;: .
Marcia such
offered any
shameful"I never position, SylvIa," cried Stan "Did you hear that?" he gasped. "Such as-?" Hon and industrial research. r T" .....,
in the first place. I can
"The jewels
Horatio Fuller shouted
insult "Well,
"I would not so
ley wait to .have that mystery Udo, Japanese .
with a triumphant wave of his hardly ,1.
her." hand."Ain't. solved," x Udo (Aralia cordata) is a Japanese MrMo, :: /4 7.:
"But you are married. vegetable cultivated for its blanched,
'* ii] the beateree?" explodedthe Stanley laughed. me ptHfc ANTIidD ;
"That is. a lie. Who told you so? shoots. The plants are busby
sheriff. "That sends "The Jewels are no mystery at 'all. edible
_. "The-the wire to Mrs. .Stanley mind about thos and yield for about nine years. They
In the air. All I can satisfy your
Heath-the telephone message. !1 the whole case up were Joan's- are planted, 3 to 4 feet apart and rul- The Original W./c of P'.. nesia Wafer
make out the here and now. ,_
that's needed now to me .-.r .I
heard you call her Joan. Mrs. Heath's. Her maid, Corinne, tlvated like: asparagus. -
God's earth Is for
fool on
"But; Sylvia Mrs. Stanley Heath is darndest


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Associate the ,
Louise Bussey ---
To, be a movie star, \ ---- -- -- New York;

Sports Editor I'd like to be a sailor Florida. FOR .SALE-Excellent business: corner And all parties claiming any Interest -
Bob Patterson, While the association is glad to following descr'lbed -
And travel afar. .on state highway No. 25. in and to the
have early responses, it does not South east corner Miami canal with lands in Hendry County,
those who are tardy, to fail to I Florida to-wit:
EXEMPT FROMEXAMINATIONS ALL 'I'd like to be an engineer mercantile buildings and dwelling, '
STUDENTS seals continue to work "The North Half of Section
Then I could drive a train, respond as Lake Harbor. Write M. I. Johnson Twelve (12) ; all of Section Twenty-
Fjd like to be a pilot; throughout year. 536 Rush St., Chicago, 111. Twenty-six (26), and
.' "In the Christmas rush every year, four (24), :
Exempt In all semester examina So I could fly a plane. forget to send in their Thirty-six (36), of Township Forty-

tions. This is 'the highest ot the many people to the tuberculosis! four (44) South of Range Thirty-
scholastic honors. I'd like to bo a poet contributions two (32) East, and
group campaign." Mr. Knowles said. "They LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE East Half (E 1-2) of Section .
Guthrie, Billie Hooker,,, Then I could write poems j The
Bernice our work and intendto and all of Sections
want to help
Patterson, Vin I'd like to be' a detective, Eighteen (18)
Billy Owen, don't get atound to Twenty-eight (28),
Florine Moore, Katherine Like the great Sherlock Holmes. do it but just Twenty (20),
Oglesby, (32),
cent It." :'1 Thirty (30), and Thirty-two
Wiandt, Gladys Willis, Returns from the sale this year TO CO THACTORS.1. .- of Township Forty-four (44) Southof
), Margaret Von I'd-like to be an artist (33) East,
Willis (in 5 subjects indicate there will be an increase in Range Thirty-three
Mach, 'Julia Ann Oglesby, Barbara So I could draw and paint. It appears now Sealed bids will be received al: containing 5,120( acres, more or
the total received.,
Wethington,, like to be anythlifeThat "
Smith, Renie I'd office of the' Secretary' of Clew- less
Ann about 20 the
will be per
Dickey Owen, J. D. Hooker, Richard I ain't. I I this increase seal sale total in iston Drainage District, Clewiston, \ as the heirs, devisees, legatees;
cent. Last year's thru or
Owen otherwise, by
Francis -Dicky 24 or
Patterson, Louise Leiter, Florida, until Noon, January grantees .
Florida was $30,00 'I named, defendants,
1936 for construction of a pump- under the above
Wright. I .... ..
recently -- -- of them:
Hervey Bourne, who has or any '
school SAMUEL GETZEN SEEKS minute It appearing from the returns on ,
FROM Francis De Sales ,
EXEMPT attended
SCHOOL PUPILS herein, and the '
JOB issued
entered STATE TREASURER ((7) feet, fully revers- the summons "
New York has head of seven
EXAMINATIONS ; i#*Buffalo., file
SOME ible; the construction of necessary affidavits and other proofs on ,

the sixth grade.OPPRESSIVE. Bushnell,. Fla., Jan. 8.-Samuel suction and discharge bays, and the In this cause, that the Realty Defendants Company -, .
Senior state senatorof installation of a 60" discharge cul Florida International
Mul- AUTOMOBILE Wyche Getzen, former under the laws
Mathis, Spanish--; Mary A Corporation
Ann that vert.
History, Economics; TAXES Bushnell, today announced 2. Plans and Specifications are on of the State of Florida;' The Compass -
key, the Democratic prima- under ..
he will enter of the Secretary of Corporation, A Corporation '
Juniors- U. S. History, Mod., (Editorial, Saturday Evening! Post, ries in June to ask the nominationfor I file the at District the Clewiston' Florida, and the Laws of the State of FlorIda ",. !
Bussey A -, r
Louise Dec. 7, 1935.) state treasurer, an office that may be procured upon the deposit. o" ; and Elmar Realty Company, I
ern History, English. uncontested for a quarterof Corporation under the Laws of the
has gone Five Dollars, ($5.00)).
Sophomores More than five million persons, 'a century. 3.. The work is' divided into four State' of Ohio, have failed to appoint -
Dorothy Hare. Algebra II, Biology, of those gain- bids agents and that their officers and
or about one-eighth Getzen is a native of Lake City, sections., Bidders may submit
English; Frank Ray, Modern HU- their living, directly University 'all sections, however, the agents are unknown, and that the
His- ,fully 'employed, get is 37 years old and attended the 'on any or other defendants as ,' .
Modern of the
tory; Carlisle Redish or indirectly, out of the automobile of Florida law school. He also bid on each section, will be consid- residence thatthey
is unknown, or
Bi- above
Bethea, set forth
tory, 'English I; Dorothy business; and last year average was a student at Columbia College ered separately. non-residents of the Stateof '.
are .J'
ology, English, Spanish I. rates were higher Baptist Lake City. 4. Each bid must be accompaniedby I above .
hourly wage a school in certified check ,for $50.00 or bidders' Florida, as set forth ; .
Freshmen Spanish; than those paid' at the peak of prosperity He belongs to the Methodist church, bond for 10 per cent of amountof It is thereupon ordered that each

LeRoy Hares English, early in 1929. ,This year, is a member' the American Legion, bid. I of the above named defendants is -"

Roberta' Spicer, English, Science; wages have been rising: even from a ,Mason and a Shriner. 5. The right is reserved to reject hereby required to appear In the ,',..,
Junior Cowen, English; Algebra More' than a mil- 1 above styled cause on Monday, the ". .
these high levels. Since 'being' admitted to' the any and all bids.R. \ ..
Nell Alston, Span- A. D. 1936, A : :-
Science; Martha lion of our fellow 'citizens are en- bar he has practiced law and op- ., Y. PATTERSON, 3rd. 'day of office ,r
said Court, at-the
ish. In selling or servicing our automobiles in Bushnell, Sumter Secretary Rule day /
gaged erated a farm I of the Clerk ofvthe Circuit Court of : : :
Eighth Grade- and Spel- and we buy from them county. He entered the lower houseof Jan. 10-17, 193C. Hendry County, Florida, in the '

Munselle Stone, English' and between four and five billion dol- the legislature_ in 1923, served CourtHouse of' said County, at La- ,

ling; EdytEe Walton, English lars' worth a year, with bright, prospects there through 1929. He was ,electedto ---- Belle, Florida, to the Bill of Com
Spelling; Mary Warren, of exceeding'' the latter figurein a term in the senate, 1931-33, ORDER OF AND plaint filed against them by The -'
Spelling Maxine IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'f:
English, Timber Company, '
Arithmetic, and
Land ,
the housein Florida ,
1936. and returned again to take COUNTY FLOR- \ :
English, Spelling, History.Seventh : .: FOR the same being a bill ;
Doty, Last year 'we made nearly three 1935 when he was ineligible fora IDA IN CHANCERY. A Corporation,

Grnrte million motor vehicles, and those second senate, term due to rotation THE FLORIDA LAND AND for the foreclosure of a mortgage other-upon -
Hooker, described lands;
June above
Billy Davis, Health; figures, large as they,are, may seem within his district.. He was TIMBER COMPANY, A Cor- the of the said Bill
Health, allegations
Willis, wise the,
Spelling, Health; Inoa McGehee Spell- moderate when those for 1935 be- speaker of the house in 1929 and poration; will betaken as confessed by you. '"

Spelling; Runelle ; come available. Even now we Have speaker pro tern In 1927. Plaintiff, The Clewiston News, A .Newspaper r

ing; Sam Lang, Spelling. 8.1 motor. cars for_each mile of high- In '1931 he was chairman. of the' "VersusFLORIDA of .general circulation printed and

way, and, our registrations of motor senate committee- on public' amuse- INTERNATIONALREALTY published in Hendry County, FlorIda -
Mr. Beaoom, the >school facult'yand mil- COMPANY A Corporation designated as the
vehicles run around twenty-five ments which guided the racing bill is hereby
wish to express thanks to Et Als., in which this ,order shall
pupils llqn out_ of a world total of thirty- to passage, legalizing parimutuel Etc., Newspaper
Hiss Laura Matteson. Miss Mattewn Defendants. be published once a week for four ;
million. for the first time in Flor- '
fjye +
the Clewiston Public CASE NO. 730. consecutive weeks.
to ''
presented thefollowhig.. Economic .- 'These figures 'indicate ,the mag- ida. He was introducer and floor THE, STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I Done and Ordered this 2nd day "J .._
School Library U. S. An'Introduction nitude of, the industry but they do leader for the workmen's compensation Florida International Realty Com- of January, A. D. 1936. <....;} :
of the ;
History Child Psychology; Our not reveal the expenditures for services bill when it was finally made pany, A Corporation under the Lawsof W. T. HARRISON, t t; .

to that the automobile requires. law last year, and assisted In the the State of Florida, with princi- Circuit Judge, Hendry :;;
Living World (A Nature The Cars would be useless without' roads adoption, the ,Homestead Exemp- pal place of, business in Miami, Dade County, Florida.' ,-' "'"

Book) ; Economic Geography; on."which to run them. The highway tion Amendmemt. County, Florida; FRED H. MELLOR, ,;%

Little Colonel' Stories; and many mileage of the world Is In the neighborhood The Compass Corporation, A Cor- FORT MYERS, FLA. .:r

helpful magazines. of nine million, and one- Profit- poration under the laws of the Stateof Attorney for Plaintiff. ,:;; .1

,; third ,of this is in thp United States, Substantial Florida, with Principal place of Jan. 3-10-17-24-31, 1936. 5t. ,f ,:
'Beacom principal of the half of business in Miami, Dade County, ';;:;'
Mr. W. L. where nearly! a million and a, ;

Clewlston Senior High School attended HS are engaged in state or Federal (Continued from page 1) Florida Elmar; Realty Company'A Corporation ;.!? ;

the State Teachers Convention road employment. $169,049.56. The sum of under the Laws of the Stateof i '

at Orlando on Thursday, Friday ,Despite the fact that the net price company 275652.53 was paid for ,harvesting Ohio, authorized ,to do businessin ATBLETE FOOT?

and Saturday, Jan. 2, 3, and 4. About. of gasoline, has been steadily declin- I labor and other field costs amounted the State of Florida; of Athlete's Foot

5,000 teachers were present. ing: for the, past fifteen years, ouraverage Ethel Pruitt, if Single, and, If Beware
feet and toes)
to $97,371.56.A '(sore, itchy
Mr. Beacom spoke with enthusiasm annual bill for this fuel is married, her husband, whose nameis Safeguard by using "POOT-

in' regard to/ Governor Sholtz ad- about seventy four dollars, for, as stockholders meeting was held unknown, whose residence" is un- FBEH". The one application,

dress. Mr. Beacom said "The Governor basic costs have gone down taxes Tuesday of this week at. Dover, Del- known;, and guaranteed remedy, forAthlete's
'' for the purpose of receivingthe Maud L. Baker, if Single, and, if is
'would;, aware Foot. FOOT-FREN ,
told us four times, 'we hare risen until about one-third of I
dollars! annual report and the electionof married; her husband, 'whose nameis quick in action, and positive 1LrmJ1.I""llli:
9 (Nine) million attributed'to them.
receive the the fuel bill' is residence is
seven directors to fill the expiring unknown, whose, un-I in results. Use FOOT-FREN, and be sate.At ,"
for our schools. Then the president The: .automobile, today, is known
severe-I ; sent direct on receipt of
terms of the following directors: drug stores or
of the State Teachers' Association, ly and-..unjuatly taxed, Dorothy Donovan, Trustee, and 50' cents. ::'
R. Bittingand price "
Mr. Henry Filer turned to the Governor chiseled. These burdensome taes,1 Frank L. Allen, Clarence New her husband, whose name is unknown FOOT-FREM COMPANY, Waveriy Hall, Georgia "

and said "We thank you Governor originally Imposed on the ground William T. Bitting, of I whose places of residence arc
York; John G. Getz, Jr., of Detroit, ..
for promising us the $9,000- that they were fair and necessary I
J. J. Harrington; of Clewiston, N. F.

000 there for Is ou'r'schools a possibility and of telling It being us and because tear they of motor were cars'to pay on. our for high-wear S. Russell, of Burlington, N. Jer., and .......-.-.............!............:........................................;......-..........-..........:........... ......................................................_..
There II.
Tralles Of St. Louis
Forest P.
ten and a half million collected by ways, have been in part diverted .
in the' 1937 retiring -
also a Vacancy
June." from that use' into dozens of other was '

Everyone Is, urged to purchase) channels in no" other way connected list to be filled. Results of this y\
have not been disclosed as y
automobile license plates. January with transportation of any sort. In meeting

15 is the last day that old car tags' fifteen years these taxes have been i j's'

may be used according to law. multiplied sixfold.- Last year they yet.New 1\1CLEWIS;\ TON 60LF III.t

Charles Roberts donated the use ran"well over a billion dollars, and Directors Named

of a baseball bat to the school. ,ThisIs next year they, will almost certainly :i:

an exceptionally good bat. It iras' exceed a billion and a quarter. At I For Press AssociationWinter :.: ." .

given to Charles Roberts. personallyby the present time we are paying considerably 'f COURSE J JJ .

Hugh M. Critz. more than hall a billion 's' ... '. '. .

First Grade News- dollars for state gasoline taxes: ; Haven, Jan. 9 (FNS- 's' d

A large number of first grade nearly,one-third of a billion for state I Florida publishers who will serve as j .:>< :' (; ..i. i i

children are absent on, account of registration fees and more than a directors of the Florida State Press ;,, ... _

chicken pox.Louise quarter txl',a billion for Federal excise Association for the ensuing year II .., .. I :.s.s: ;

Prewitt and Eloise Welch taxes. ,were named today by President .. I +.
"',have entered the first grade. 'With Despite the fact that more than George L. Burr, Jr. .They are: Joh .s..s. .

all the recent moving our enrollment twenty' states have reduced license W. Cole, Public Record, Pensacola; f I

is now thirty-eight. I fees within 'the: past year or two, ,T. E. Fitzgerald, The Observer, Day- y

.' Those who are on the honor roll statisticians'tell'us that the motorist. tona Beach; Carl Hanton; News- y

for the fourth month are: Joann as such, pays one dollar out. of every Press, Fort Myers; Gilbert Freeman, 1 i

Crouch, Mary Louise Thomas, Nancy eight collected by governmental ag' Scenic Highlands Sun Avon Park; i '.... Open to the Public J 1I .1

Wright' and Charles Benbow.. encies. The tax on "the individual car Clayton .Codrington, Reporter, Lako .

Others whose work is up to the hon- runs to considerably more than City; O. A. Brice, News, Lake Wales;

or roll are kept off, by absence due thirty: dollars'' a.,year. The petroleum Charles T. Francis, Miami Riviera, y x ,
-: -- --
to 'illness. industry ,alone is paying, well over Coral Gables., 11 y I

Second grade honor roll- a billion ,& year in taxes, a consid- The first meeting of the new board y

v Nora Oglesby, Dalton/ Carr, Caro- erable portion of which is passed on has been called for Friday, January. y
Van, de Velde, the Florida y.. .- !! :: Y
line Selee, Margaret to users of the automobile. 31, "Editors' Day" at : .iic4-"" ,' .s.

Wilma Tengle, Shirley Moon, Bertha I There' is no rational defense for Orange Festival, at Winter Haven. 's.OJ' .s.J

Ballard, David Bel.her, Junior Ivey this excessive: taxation, and the only I 'The annual Press Breakfast is sche- ':' \\! .j

James. Smith, Noley Geiger. excuse is lth'at, 'it Is easy to collect.' duled for the same date and a full "s'y jt.

James Ricks has entered. the ae.- Organizations which' are fighting fora attendance is anticipated. : Moderate Green Fees

ond grade. 'reduction of these 'taxes should :i:
Third Grad honor roll- have g.eneraf support. : Exceptional Fairways
Plant Gfenrafe GaS I I"KrH
William Willis, Ralph Silva An- '

nette" Simpson, Sue VonMach' 'Christine MANY PAIL ,TO RETURN SEALS The plant known as dittany generates :: Interesting Greens

Redish, Elsie: Bembry!' TO; TUBERCULAR ASSOCIATIONThere gas which can be lighted., It lo ill

The third grade have spelling covered with, glands that secrete a

honor roll day every Friday.- There are many little penny volatile oil, which In hot weather

was a prize pffered to the one on the health stickers stuck- away where evaporates, making the, air about the . . ... ..... ............._._................... ._................_.....-'..
_, .
honor roll the moat> number of times. citizens'have either failed to ,buy the:' plant Inf" D1mable. It grows Iq south- .............."..'.-'I..,..,..!....t_..." t ,'-!..M. .-'. t t t t t *' t t t i

:J5y YenMfccli fOIl the prirg! with!! a seals or return tfcepi t-Q he soaf!: fm P'11t1pa !uprt ,ptrpl Asjij'! I


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