The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00604
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00604
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I i'! Chamber of Commerce Kiwanis' Club Elects Tentative Date Set For .

,! t Ii Will Stage CelebrationElaborate the New regular Year meeting OfficersAt of the Kiwanis -I Start Of Sugar SeasonClewiston

i,: 1 I IIt Club held Wednesday eveningat
0 I I
the Inn, new officers were electedfor I n

It : Festivities At I Clewiston School Wins the new year as follows: Garden Cafe r Sugar House Expected

President, I. M. Pafford.

I Ending of Fifth Har- Two Games Jn LaBelle Vice-President, Dr. J. W. Ezelle. Changes Owne r s hip : To Begin Operation
i I I Mr. Pafford, who affiliated with

vest Season I the U. S. Engineers here, has beenmo'st 1 I On December 3
Both the boys and girls diamond- active in Kiwanis work during:
Dir and Mrs. J. L. Leslie of Cedar- I .
1 I ball teams of the Clewiston High his residence in Clewiston and in ap-
town Ga., have taken, over the management I
A celebration to mark the completion School were victorious in a double- preciation of his splendid work the J. J. Harrington, vice-president
of the Clewiston Garden
of the fifth successful harvest I, header with the LaBelle teams I vote was practically unanimous for I II I and general manager of the United
Cafe and have been operating the
[ season in the Clewiston area and I I Thursday afternoon, the girls winning I him to serve as president during the I cafe this week. Julius Alston has I States Sugar Corporation announcedthis
r promising to eclipse anything of the(I I their seven-inning contest by a I new year. week that Thursday, December
had charge of the restaurant for the
kind ever staged here, is now being i I score of 12-3 and the boys 18-6. The following members were selected I I3 I had been set as the tentative date
several months but of
past disposed
: planned by the Clewiston Chamber I Starting after school it was almost to serve on the board of directors I for the opening of the sugar houseIn
his interest to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie in
: of Commerce and will be held on ., completely dark when the last during the ,new year: Dr. order Clewiston for the 1936-37 season
to go into other business, the
Thursday, December 3, it was out was made. Neither team wishedto D. J. Williams, A.V.. Sias, W. W. and on that date, unless unforeseen
officials nature of which has not been dis-
nounced this week by of an-I stop on account of darkness. Both Perry, A. O. Ward, H. H. Turner, J. closed. events prevent, the first cane will

drganization.v Clewiston'teams held their leads F. Tippey and C. E. Nail. be hauled in from'the fields, fed into -
Mr. Leslie has been in Florida for
( While plans are not yet complete, j throughout the games. Marie Robbins The secretary and treasurer are the maws of the tremendous
l the skeleton plan for the occasion starred for the girls for her not elected but will be appointed by I several months, having been sent to grinding machinery and a short

; : \1) indicates that it will '.be a gala occasion work on the mound for Clewiston. the board of directors at their first the state for his health. Mrs. Leslie while later the first crystals of raw

I i in Clewiston and long to be Kathleen Chapman was the catcher. meeting. 'I joined him here this week after he sugar will appear, gradually increas- ,
I had made his mind to settle in
remembered by everyone participating. Reddish and McGehee were mounds- Following the election the mem- up ing in number until the first sackis
Clewiston. Mrs. Leslie is a sister of '
men for the boys team with Ed Clark bers were treated to another talk byJ. filled, sewed and ready for shipment -
A. L. Morgan.
People in all walks of life will! catching. Dingfelder who made such a splendid to the Savannah refinery.

take part in the celebration and on'I' talk before the club two weeks I Through day after day and week after -

I Wednesday a group of high public Pouring of Concrete On ago. Mr. Dingfelder is a produceman I Bean Picking ,Begins i week the process will continue
officials will arrive by private train II of Sanford and is spending I until hundreds of thousands of tons

" at Port Mayacca. They will be shown Park Begins Next Week considerable time in the lake section In Earnest This Week'!I! of sugar 'cane have been cut from

I through the citrus groves and other during the vegetable season. In I the extensive holdings of the corp-
developments in that section and Clewiston for a short time Wednesday oration and the mill is shut downto

later through the federal experi- Will the start of a new work per- night he gladly agreed to givea The harvesting the bean crop await another crop. The cuttingof
brief talk.It was underway earnest here this the in the fields will
mental Point. begina
station at Canal They I cane
iod today by W. P. A. laborers, workon week despite the rains
will continue by bus to Azucar where the recreation center here is giv- being Armistice Day, Mr. Ding- drizzling day or two prior to the starting
I they will inspect the cutting and decided and felder discussed a few outstanding which have occured several days of the mill machinery.A I
en a impetus on Monday
in the fields events that during the week. large force of has
loading operations cane morning the first forms for concrete transpired during his employees I
i before be service in the in Wieland and Mathis set the pace been at work for months mak'ing
coming on to Clewiston to will war the German repairs -
: entertained with dance at' the be placed with the first pouring trenches. His talk during the week on picking, takinga to field equipment and overhauling
a ]! to be was greatly enjoyed I
expected made Tuesday on the )*
carload beans from their
I Clewiston Inn that evening to be given tennis courts and shuffleboard by everyone. place I the heavy and intricate ma-
i in their honor. near town Tuesday. Picking has con chinery at the sugar house prepara- I

: Thursday is expected to be declared courts. tinued through the week. Several tory to the opening and to insure the
Approximately thirty men are expected others have in I
a civic holiday in order that ev- picked quantities attainment of maximum efficiencyfor
to be made available for use BLANKS TO BE SENT varying from a few crates to several
eryone may participate in the fes the plant in the shortest possible
next week and with this size force
tivities. In the morning a great mo- hundred. time. This work is rapidly nearing
torcade will be formed in Clewiston the work will be speeded up EMPLOYERS UNDER Because of the great number of completion and it is' reported that .
considerably. Progress has been in
and move to the sugar house of tho I I beans picked every part of the when the signal comes to start that
steady but rather slow to date and lake region at this time the price re-
United States Sugar Corporation for; the sugar house will be shining like
the ceremonies attending the opening the work has consisted of cleaningup SOCIAL SECURITY ACT mains low and seventy-five cents per new and every piece of equipmentwill
the block and finishing the plac- hamper has been about the aver-
A of the new grinding season. After be in the best of condition.
ing of the marl base which will pro- age f. o. b. price. Cold weather in t.
'I i#: the program is over and the machinery -- The weather has contributed
vide a high and dry playground for the north has been offset by the re- (
has started, to continue Postmaster A.V'. Lawrence received II largely to the belief of the company
\L : the children. The portion of the cord carload shipments from the I
, without interruption until the end block which will be used this iorning atsupply; of the officials that the new season will seta
p/: of the season, the motorcade will return as a playground glades. new: all time production high_ a
by the children has been sod- new blanks which are being distributed 'RamVednesday.afternoon in the '
to Clewiston for a free lunch production which has increased appreciably -
to be served in the civic park. ded and next week it is expected that through the post-offices of the Belle Glade area is reported to have each year over the succeed-

The group of visitors, after inspecting the playground apparatus which is nation! to employers over the coun- done damage estimated at betweenten ing year with the exception of the
the levees and flood control on hand will be set up under the try to be filled in to comply with the and twenty per cent to the bean 1934-35 season when a severe freeze
supervision of the Garden Club, provisions of the social I crop and a continuation of these
gates here will continue to Moore security law. damaged a great deal of cane. This
Haven to see the Caloosahatcheecanal sponsors of this phase of the work. Every person, firm, trust or estate, rains through today believed to season however, has to date been

improvements and the new Concrete work was halted tempo- partnership, corporation, etc., havingin have added to this damage materially. one of the best cane growing years

locks before boarding their train to rarily three weeks ago when a barge their employ one personor The rain here has been a benefit since the organization of the com-
which was to have been used to haul rather than a detriment aside from
return to their homes. more under the age ofsixtyfive pany. No severe winds have come
Committees are now at, work on aggregates from a point near Moore years prior to November)I causing some inconvenience to pick: during the fall to break and twist

details of the celebration and during Haven was sunk in a squall on the 16 will be required to fill in one of ing. the heavy cane stalks and while a

the next three weeks will work dil- lake. This forced the discontinuanceof the blanks and return it to the post- Charlie Mineris beginning to shipa great portion of the country suffered
igently to that plans for getting this material office. Distribution few hampers of green and yellow
see everything goes of the blanks from drought this area was experiencing -
through without a hitch to make and arrangements had to be made will be made on November 16 and neck crook squash from his forty an abnormal rainfall which

this one of the greatest affairs of the for getting materials in by truck. they must be filled in and returnedby I acre field near the golf course. The was beneficial rather than detrimental

kind Clewiston has ever known. The block has been made very attractive November 21. The employers and i.. price on squash is fair' at this time I to the cane. Scientific research

with new ditches being dugto employees will then be assigned a I' and there is reason to believe thata constantly under way at the company -
provide better drainage and the number substantial profit will be made by laboratories
Hunting Season Opens by' the central accounting offices has developed new
cabbage palm trees, which line every ;
Mr. Miner.
in the social security set-up. strains of higher sugar content cane
Next Friday Nov. 20th. side of the block having been The, new law becomes effective Some pepper and other truck (Continued on Page 8)

trimmed up. The rough outer layerof January first and provides for a retirement I crops are being picked in small
bark on these palms has all been
quantities now and most of this
income for all workers after
---- Contract Is Let For
scraped off and will leave the trunk
stuff is consumed the local market.
by -
Next Friday, November 20, another they pass the age of 65. Every I I
of the tree almost as smooth as .
hunting season officially opens Royal Palm.School a I worker who has' worked some time I! New Lock HousesMoore
for Florida and for many days before I (one day or more) in each of any.

that time hunters will be pouring into five years after' 1936 will receive a; P.-T. A. Will Hear

the Everglades from every sec- Board Holds Government check every month of ( Haven Democrat)

Q tion of the state to be on hand for his life if he has earned a total -I Debate Father's Night The Joseph Spadaro Construction

the opening and when Friday morn- Regular, MeetingThe of $2,000 or more, the size of the Company of this city was the appar-

ing's sun rises it will shine down on check depending on how much he -t --- ent low bidder when bids were open-

countless strange campfires In the Hendry County Board of Public has earned. Should he wish to con- Next Friday night, November 20. ed in the district engineer office in

Big Cypress territory. Unless the Instruction held its regular tinue working after sixty-five the at 8:00 the Parent-Teachers Associ- Jacksonville last Thursday for the
turkeys and the deer have had some checks will be started at anytime he
of lock tend-
construction two
monthly meeting here Tuesday aftornoon I ation of Clewiston will observe Father's new
advance warning there will be manyof at 4:30' in the high school audi- wishes to retire. The least amount er's houses at the lock here and at ;

them basking in a hunter's stew1( torium. All members with the exception ,possible to get will be 10.00 aj i Night and according to the Ortona and for a boathouse and

: .pot before the evening of that first I of Jim, Maddox were present month while a man earning good f plans now under way will be a merry, wharf here. The bid was $17,000 and

day is well along. I as well as the county superintendentelect wages may receive as much as $85.-| occasion for anyone attending. II was submitted to the Richmond division -
r This year hunters in the hunting If the worker dies before reaching
PO. -
and acting superintendent, S. Featuring the program will be a office for approval before con-
I grounds of Collier, Lee, Hendry and A. Graves. the age of sixty-five his family I! debate among the men on the sub- tracts are let. .
Glades counties will have to do their little will receive three and a half cents There is that another
Very aside from the routine I ject, "Resolved That Men Make Bet- a rumor
hunting sooner than usual for the business was done. A payment from for every dollar he has earned af-i ter Home :Managers Than Women." company was low on the wharf and

\ season will be closed the first of the state on the school fund of $3- ter the law becomes effective pay- The three men on the negative side I, boat house and as the U. S. Engineers -

January. This closing in the four 100 was ordered distributed among able in a lump sum. I will be dressed as ladies feeling that I reserve the right to accept a

counties wasv believed necessary to the county teachers which will pay This plan of course necessitates the change In wearing apparel may total bid or any item or items in a

conserve the supply of game, depleted about three-quarters of a month's taxation to carry it on and a system make a difference in their own views bid it is considered likely that the

to considerable extent by the salary.It has been worked: out which Is similar -' on the subject. Considerable time wharf contract will go to the other

flood waters in June. was agreed that the Friday following to that used by the government to has been spent by the participants bidder
Despite the fact that the season Insure retirement incomes for civil The locktender's houses will be
Thanksgiving should be declared uin getting up material for the debate
has been curtailed because of a a holiday In order that teachers service workers. Beginning the first ( and the result should make the debate almost exact duplicates of the one

) shortage of game, many reports indicate and pupils would benefit by the of January, 1937 and continuing for the greatest laughfest of the already constructed at the locks

that the game in the Big Cy- four day vacation. three years each employee will pay season. Prizes!: will be awarded to here. 'The house here will be occupied -

press this year is as plentiful as it The current bills were read and to the government one cent on every the winning team. by Lock-Tender N. B. Lee and
ever was. Especially is this said to dollar earned. Each employer will and will be situated about a
payment made on as many of them On the affirmative will be heard family
j) be true of deer, conservative estimates as funds would permit. It was decided match this with one cent for each Sidney Hoover, Carl Johnson andR hundred yards back of the house oc-

having placed the number of to pay to Hurd L. Reeves, countytax dollar. After 1940 this will be rais- T. Mitchell, while the group of cupied by Fred A. Flanders and will
deer in this area at 16,000. A portion -' ed to one and a half cents for each into the locks
assessor $126 for his fee on. tax "ladles" for the affirmative will be face the road leading
i of the Collier county reserve''i( assessments. employee and the same for his em- R. N. Smith, M. E. Yenawine and F. and northwest corner of the turning -

I f will be opened for hunting of deer| The December meeting will he ployer. Beginning in 1943 this will M. Wright. M. E. VonMach:: will act basin.
i this season in order ,to rid the area held in LaBelle. again be raised to two cents. In 1946 as chairman of the debate. The The boathouse will be built in this

:, of those deer infested with cattle I another half cent will be added and judges: Dr. B. A. Bourne, Ft D. Duff, same corner of the turning basin and

fever ticks. The game preserve' in finally in 1949 the tax will bu raisedto G. E. Smith, M. W. Bigg and R. \ he wharf will be built along the
Glades county is also open this year E three cents which will be the maximum -
\ 'I Patterson.Mrs. west side of the basin with a num-
r after being closed for six years. migrat-ing and will continue at that rateso Roll T. Mitchell, president of ber of slips built in for mooring

Those who have been scouting lake this year. The season on these long as the law is in effect. the P.-T. A. and Mrs. M. R. Lawler boats. '

hunting posibilities state that there migratory waterfowl does not open There are certain classes of labor,' yre arranging the entertainment pro- Construction Is expected to start
are an unusual number of ducks, (Continued on Page 8) (Continued on Page 8) *gram for the evening. before the first of the new year.

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Ugly Soot BRISBANETHIS 'News Review of Current jiIIm'

.; DO NOT let us lie at all. Do Ends There
Events the World OverTrade
think of one falsity as WEEK "What is heredity?"

harmless, and another as slight,
"Something man believesin
and another as unintended. Cast r[ until his son every begins to act likea
them all aside; they may be Two March Side by Side fool.-Tit-Bits

light and accidental, but they Once All Walked ,_ Balance for Nine Months Unfavorahle-Mrs.. Magazine.

,I are ugly soot from the smoke In 75 Years<< Much Gets 'Divorce Awakening Conscience
"Wally" Simpson
of the pit, and it is, better that First Burglar-Well. this is the

our hearts whould be swept Another Milton Done'I I Launches Nazi Economic Plan. easiest job I've ever done.

clean of them, without one care Germany and Italy, Second Burglar Yes it's a,.
r as to which is largest or black- ler and Mussolini, are said to be I crime to take the stuff.
: est.- skin.r. working together By EDWARD W. PICKARD
Western Newspaper ,
closely. They are Union Blase

The children of the mind, reflecting to control Aus- X ORTS of manufactured goods to carry an open reference to Mrs. First Schoolgirl-Just fancy 1;:

the manifold riches of tria, and Hitler'sshare *"* and raw materials exceeded imports Simpson's friendship with King Ed- shall be fifteen tomorrow! Pretty

t man's faculties and intuitions. 3. in the con- into the 'United States during ward. ,The article was at the 'same grim, isn't it?

The sanctuary of the intui- trol might not September by more' than four million time a denunciation of the American Second Schoolgirl Oh! my-

I'. tions.-Swinton. please that in- dollars, according press for giving the,story such prom- dear. I'm grimmer than that by-
t. tensely country too well.Germany's to a report released inence and 'of the British press foi nearly a year!

by Secretaryof suppressing it entirely.

t ......................... will influence increase Commerce Roper.,
along the- But the flow the S PURRED to quick: action by the Hawaii's Memorial StoneThe

other way was so new accord between Germanyand memorial stone from Ha-.

t: The 1VJjflB. .f Danube.and Italy Ger- strong during theprevious'three Italy, Leon Blum's popular waii which is to be placed in the-
5 many
LOWELL front cabinet approved a large in- Washington monument is of coral_
t Meter HENDERSON combining make months that the crease in France's military air sandstone and will bear the fol-.

with that possible inclined /country suffered an force, already reputed to be one ol lowing inscription in Hawaiian:.
nobody -
: Bell S'ndlca.te.-WNU Service. Arthur Hrlsbane unfavorable balanceof the most powerful in the world. To "Ua mau ke ea o ka aina i ka

I." .. ............. to fightabout trade during the modernize and build up the aerial pono." The translation of this is; .
f.': ........ lii. ......, it. first nine months of
In 'return for recognizing Italian Secretary squadrons the government will "The life of the land is preserved

Word Completion Test sovereignty in Ethiopia Hitler is to Roper the year amounting This 'spend $230,000,000 at once. It was in righteousness" and it is the" official -

:' In the following exercise there have to $33,136,000. reported, too, that the cabinet decided motto of the island. ..
important Ethiopian con-
is in with favorable bal-
e' are ten skeleton words. That is, cessions. contrast a to ask parliament to vote extraordinary The stone is 4 by 2 feet and 6" "

L' in each case some of the letters ance of $66,496,000 in the corresponding funds for the fortifica- inches thick. It will be placed ant

;' have been omitted. Study the let- period of 1935. tion of the northern frontier becauseof the interior of the monument
A million when our oixthe
years ago, Roper minimized the situation, de- --
ter given and try to fill in the ancestors went out seeking some- Belgium's reversion to a policyof 360-foot level.
claring that heavy' exports raw I
I,.. missing letters to make a common thing to eat, preferably some fee- cotton, tobacco and automobiles armed neutrality. I FSfomacln

word. ble human being easily killed, everybody would probably bring the trade bal-
;I": 1. a-t-ct. 6. pr-p-ty. walked. Now nearly every- ance more into line with previous BENITO MUSSOLINI rattled his Gas

2. pu-ic. 7. v-s-ble. body rides. Across George' Wash- 'years. Pressed for further explanation again on the occasion of

's.. 3. a-az-ment. 8. n-gl-ct. ington bridge over the Hudson river, Roper insisted that "our govern- the fourteenth anniversary of the So Bad Seems'

4. c-u-t-y. 9. su-or-. opened five years ago, about 100- ment as such does not compete with Fascist 'march on Rome. "The Ital-

{ 5. in-st-y. 10. sti-nd. 000,000 human beings have crossedin other governments in the selling of ian people," he proclaimed, "todayare To ifileart

Answers 31,000,000 automobiles, while goods," and this was the provinceof ready and determined to defend "urt

1. attract. 6. property. fewer than 1,000,000 have crossed on private business. On reciprocal as never before-with all,their force "The gas on my stomach was so bad

2. public. 7. visible. foot. Busses alone carried 11,638,000 trade agreements he was mum. right up to the last drop. of blood- I could not eat or sleep. Even my
heart seemed to hurt.. A friend
suggested -
;. 3. amazement. 8. neglect. over the bridge. "We'd like to end the year with a victory and empire. Adlerika. The first dose I took

4. .country. 9. support. favorable trade balance, naturally," As for Fascism, he said, "When it wish brought, sleep me fine relief.and never Now felt I eat better.as "I'

5. Industry. 10. stipend. How rapidly progress moves onceit he said, "but we are going througha finds obstacles its path, it throws -Mrs. Jas. Filler.

starts! Seventy-five years ago period of study and readjustmentin itself against them and burns its lower,Adlerika bowels acts while on ordinary BOTH upper laxativesact and

both sides of our country were con- world trade." bridges, behind it." on the lower bowel only. Adlerika
gives your system a thorough cleansing
nected by telegraph for the first In fact, Roper found the increasein bringing out old, poisonous matter
time. Now men talk around the import trade to be "encourag- I that you would not believe was in your
OT to be outdone in martial
To N system and that has been causing gas
QuclrlyEase world by radio. Seventy-five years ing.:" He said that it showed our gestures by other nations, pains, sour stomach, nervousness and'
headaches for months.
ago they only talked across the con- industries were buying raw ma- Japan trotted out her entire navy Dr. II. L. Shoab, title Tort, report
Pains ofRheumatism tinent, now they fly the continentand terials abroad for expansion of their for review by Emperor Hirohito.It ",. addition to tnteitlnal cleaning, Adltnhmgrfotly ".
reJuffi bacteria and cfton bacilli.
on beyond across the Pacific production this country. Heavy was the greatest fleet ever Give your bowels a REAL cleansing
ocean. increases' in wheat and meats re- brought in with Adlerika and lee how good you
together Asiatic waters, feet. Just spoonful relieves
one GAS
Those hostile to new ideas might sulted ,from the drouth, accordingto comprising 108 warships aggregating and stubborn constipation. Leading
remember that a little more than Roper, rather than from the kill- and Druggists.
nearly 700,000 tons mannedby
seventy-five years ago men were ing of six million pigs and non- 40,000 men. Large numbers of -,

beaten for re-election to congress raising of grain under the AAA.. aircraft also took pat in the evolu- Effective "Don't"

because, as the voters put it, "they 'tion in Osaka bay. Do not say "Don't" to children; A
Bayer Tablets were foolish enough to vote moneyto UNCLE SAM'S nephews and unless you make it clear why. WI
Dissolve Almost experiment talking over wires." now number 128,429,000,
Instantly They were defeated for willingness according'to' the estimate of Direc- ft
GOERING ministerof
In 2 seconds by stopwatch to have the government try tor William L. Austin of the bureauof
air and now'the director of the Still ?
a genuine Coughing
BAYER Aspirin tablet out Morse's, electric telegraph idea. census. The new figure, as of Nazi four-year economic scheme to
July 1, represented an increase of
starts to disintegrate
make the' reich in- medicines,
and go to work.Drop a 908,000 0.71 cent since July No matter how many
..... Bayer Aspirin tablet Into Berlin reports that German book-I or per dependent of the you have tried for your cough, chest
...' a glass or water. By ,sellers must sell, and Germans must 1, 1935. It was based on the num- rest of the world in cold or bronchial irritation, you can,
1, the time it hits the bot- read only books that the ber of births 'and deaths during the get relief now with Creomulsion.
;,: tom or the glass it is govern- raw materials, Serious trouble be brewing and
year ending June 30, 1936, and the
,L. thinks sell and
:" disintegrating. What ment they ought to launched his you cannot afford to take a chance
;. happens in this glass read. The will be excess of immigration over emigra-
public compelledwith with anything less than Creomul-
,;: happens in yourstomach. program at a great
i' "loving force" to read what is tion.Births Nazi rally in Berlin. sion, which goes right to the seat,
exceeded deaths by 899,956 of the trouble to aid nature to,
for them.
1:: good
"We shall hack fin-
y and the net immigration was 8,044, soothe and heal the inflamed mem-
That takes Germany back to the according to'the data taken by Aus-- ger after finger off branes as the germ-laden phlegm.
Ask Your Doctor About Seventeenth century, when the Eng the foreign handclutching Isjloosened and expelled.Eyer. .
tin. The the
population figure on
remedies have-
if other
: lish decided that
Genuine BAYER Aspirin government Eng- basis of the 1930 census was'122,775-I atGermany's failed, ; don't be discouraged, your
must read what the
only 046, and the biggest annual increase I throat -- druggist is authorized to guarantee
Any person who suffers from painsof government thought was good for since then 1,022,000 for the within the next four Creomulsion and to refund your'
was ,
rheiftnatism should know this year ; Gen. Goermg
: them. 'years," he declared. money if you are not satisfied with
'. Two genuine BAYER ASPIRINtablets ending July, 1931. : results from the very first bottle.
All books must be submitted and Outlining his plans Goering said
taken with a full glass of The bureau of, ag.icultural economics -I Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.)
wait for before
approval printing. German had starved would
no nor
water will I also has been doing some '
usually: ease even severe
rheumatic Along came a man named John starve. The high seas fishing fleet
pains in a remarkablyshort population estimating. It says' the
time. Milton with his book the Area back to the farm movement of the will be increased, he asserted, so FALliNG HABR

Ask your doctor about this. He pagetica, printed by him withoutanybody's depression years' has halted and the people can eat fish when meatis

will probably tell you there is nothing permission, denouncingan that the farm population remained not available. Whale fishing will DANDRUFF-BALD, SPOTS?,

J better. For real Bayer Aspirin infamous law that would control practically stationary during 1935, be developed for the margarine it They call for
tablets not only offer a potentanalgesic men's minds. and freedom of ofGlover's
can produce, he promised. regular use
being 31,809,000 at the end of that
': (pain reliever), but start That settled it Mange
thought. the law
going to work almost instantly you died. ; year. This figure, the bureau says, Goering urged all Germans to follow Medicine, followed -,
take them. Note illustration of was only slightly greater than in the example of ReichsfuehrerAdolf by a sham
glass. I Somebody will kill it in Germany 1920 and "somewhat less" than in Hitler who, he said, eats neither lover's.

Try this simple way. You'll be in time. 1910. meat nor-butter. The audience '<<' /9 y Medicated Soap. A1.mt

surprised at how quickly pain eases. yelled with delight when the robust Start today or have. ,..
,; Get real Bayer Aspirin by asking Dr. Bakst, young teacher math- + 'Pilyour Barber give
; '
nineteen Goering told them he had lost 22 < G 1 ovcr $,
lasting l
for it by its full name, "BaVerAspirin" ematics at Columbia university, pROCEEDINGS pounds by eating less butter. ?, :: treatment!
at any drug store. Now thinks he has a sure formula for court of assizesat

virtually one cent a tablet. winning on horse races; "he triedit Ipswich, England, sufficed to Germany would prefer,the old sys- Sold all "
and won, 1,000 times, not with ,give marital freedom to Mrs. tem of international exchange of' Druggists.-

: 15C FOR money, just mentally." "Wally" Simpson. wares, but this now is impossible in
win Justice Sir Anthony a mad world, so Germany will build
Anybody can mentally, they
; A DOZEN it Hawke heard neatly her factories, produce her own syn-
dp constantly at Monte Carlo and Labor and Glory
2 arranged evidenceof thetic rubber and her own sub- 5
FULL25c elsewhere, but nobody can win No man ever was glorious who-
'the infidelity of stitutes for cotton and other ma-
money, except accidentally never was.not laborious.-Franklin.
Virtually in the long run. Ernest Simpson,who terials for which she now must spend

Ic a tablet was not represented, millions of dollars yearly, the gen-

A bra.ve truck driver, name un- and gruffly gave a eral declared.

LOOK FOR THE BAYER CROSS known, saw a lady with a difficult decree nisi to the !' For Wafer

r name, Mrs. Anastasia Adiuszkie- attractive American MANY 1 American travelers join

wics, hanging from the ledge of a woman who hasbeen English in mourning the Head Co

second story in Jersey City. Rushing :and= is the close I_ __ __ death of Sir Edgar Britten com-
to help he caught her in his friend 01 King lua-; Mrs.p Simpson' mm mander of the great liner Queen TRY THIS "

arms as she fell, then left, wantingno ward VIII. For six Mary and commodore of the Cunard- r "
praise. months she will be on probation, White Star lines. He was stricken 2DR0P 1

He makes for that do technically chaperoned at all times, with paralysis in Southampton and
;, Be Sure They Properly not give their up seats many to ladies in and if her behavior satisfies the died within a few hours. Sir Edgarwas PEUEiAD i

a Cleanse the Blood street cal s. king's proctor she will be unquali- sixty-two years old and first TREATMENT DIDPS '

\ OUR fiedly free April 27 to marry again. went to sea as a lad of ighteenin
. ; I ing waste matter are from constantly the blooc fillerI -: An eighteen-year-old: girl, alone Whether or not her new husband, sailing ships. He was knighted by
: stream. But kidneys if she takes one, will be King Ed- King George V in 1934. 1'de4
', sometimes lag In and in agony, gave birth to a child; 25e, 50 s1.
!t,: their work-do ward is a question that only time NOSE OROPsaa
: not act as nature intended and, according to police, immediately 5 e
,, -fail to remove impurities that killed it, dropping it from a roof.A and the two persons most directly EIGHT armored cars escorted, bj

, poison Then the system when retained. jury convicted her of man- concerned can determine.Mrs. private guards and state

{: ,dizziness'you' may, scanty suffer or nagging too frequent backache slaughter, and the judge let her go : Simpson returned from Ips- police carried a fortune of $25,000000 ,- AFTER YOU EAT

i ; urination,getting up at night,puffiness probation; she must report oncea wich to her London residence on from the estate of the late Col. a will you have regular, suc.,

t under the eyes.feel nervous, miserable month to prove that she is be- Cumberland terrace, Regents park, F. H. R. Green in South Dartmouth, 1 cessful elimination material? Get, a.cid.rid,:
:.. I -all upset. having. Four jurors that helped and there told interviewers that she Mass., to the First National bank ol cf headaches.gas,waste Take Milnesia

. Don't, delay? Use Doan's Pills. convict her told the judge they regretted ,, was angered and humiliated by the Boston. Wafers. Each wafer equals 4,
t<.' Uoan s especially) for; poorly functioning their verdict. international sensation her divorce The fortune, which consists of the teaspoonfuls of milk of ma -

e'- mended kidneys. They are recom- Every, mother knows that the un- I has caused. She said she might go famous coin collection, valued at ,4j' nesia. Crunchy and deli-
by grateful &60c.
- users the country abroad for'a tim but that she would 5 millions the stamp collection ciously flavored.20,3Sc
over. Get them from fortunate girl, after her,,horrible experience ; ,
any druggist. and solitary agony was i never return to the United States valued at 3& millions; a large

at least as nearly insane as any because of "all the nasty things" amount of cash and securities anda WESALARY
8 I shell-shocked soldier. said of her here. quantity of uncut diamonds has LOOK QUICK $35.00
sell EGG,
King Features Syndicate, ino The Week, a radical London weekly been under constant guard at the To PKODUCKUto MAN or WOMAN Farmers-with Six Auto.Months Contract.

I W -'U Service. was the first English newspaper Green home since his death. EUREKA MFG. CO..p pt>, 6,,East S ''Louls. lid

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A Tough LifeThatof One Million TeachersThere
"Heroes --------,IMPROVED- : Inward Beauty

1 o INTERNATIONAL I a Forest RangerThe are approximately 1,063-

of Civilization"Many UNIFORM WHO has not experienced, 000 teachers in all types of schoolsin

UNDAYI' OIT near acquaintance life of a forest ranger is not the United States., About 700,000of
years ago, George s plainness becomes beautified all it's cracked up to be. Insteadof these are in elementary schools,
Bernard Shaw said, "The courageto CHOOL Lesson and beauty loses its spending the summer hunting 250,000 in secondary schools and

rage and kill is cheap. My charm, exactly according to the fishing and trapping, the ranger is 91 000 in colleges.Approximately.

t bulldog has it, but he lets the By REV. HAROLD I,. LUNDQUIST. quality 0f the heart and m.nd? busy. protecting game and scenery one-f urth of thenation's
t groom beat him all the same." Dean of'the Moody Bible Institute And from visitors and total population
I of Chicago. from this cause am I of answering their attends
r Military courage may not be precisely Western Newspaper Union. opinion that the want of out questions.In school daily 'during the school

If I : "cheap," but it certainly ward beauty never disquiets a the winter he and another year. Considerably more than 30-
l seems less fine than the behavior noble nature will 000,000 pupils enrolled in full-
: or be regarded ranger hole themselves up in a log are
! of what'Carnegie called "the Lesson for November ,
i time day 'schools. Of this
as a misfortune. It cabin, patrol the boundary of their
: heroes of civilization. It is one ; never can prevent people from domain on skis and protect the about 24,000,000 children attend
i 'thing to go over the top with the THE HEROISM OF CHRISTIAN elementary schools.
being amiable and beloved in wild life under their care from the Secondary
: bind playing-metaphorically, at FAITH the highest degree. attacks of predatory animals and school enrollment is about 6,000-
I least and another to go over 000 and
the of At night their 1,500,000 young men
guns men. ,
LESSON TEXT-Acts 21:12. 13 ;
: .alone without incentive outside
leisure time is spent in assembling and women are attending colleges.
Romans 915.
: Justice consists in
of the that is to be done and doing no
i 'job GOLDEN.TEXTGreater, love hath no There are more than
1\ food, wood and clothing to keep 276,555
; without thought of glory.-Chan- man than this, that a man lay down his injury to men; decency, in giv- warm, and preparing foi the next schools of different types throughout \
ing them offen e.-Cic .
ging Pollock in Cosmopolitan Magazine. life for his friends. John.15:13.: no. ro.I the
United States.
tasks. Post Chicago
I PRIMARY TOPIC-On the Castle Steps. day's -Washington!
JUNIOR TOPIC-On the.Castle Steps. I Tribune. 0 -
-TakIng Risks for Christ. "
t -Risking All for Christ. Crochet '
I lRugs.to I There is no foundation for the

iteJLe S tJw1, Foii i We now come to the close of the common.: belief that the Indians of

third missonary journey of Paul. Canada are a vanishing,race. The .

As he came to Jerusalem for the material requirements; color- sug- census, which is taken at five-year
'tPIvLtU1311Wc1To last time in his eventful life he was gestions. intervals, has shown a substan-

warned by a prophet, Agabus at Send 15 cents in stamps or coins tial increase in each of such per-
Alkalize Stomach Quickly Caesarea that if he went up to (coins preferred) for this patternto iods during the last fifteen yearsat

Jerusalen he would be bound and The Sewing Circle Needlecraft least. According to the last

given over to the Gentiles. Dept., 82. Eighth Avenue, New census there were in Canada 122- !

Heroism of the highest and noblest t, rrhh York, N.Write V. 911 Indians-62,943 males and 59- '
type has characterized the followers plainly pattern number, 908 females. About 112,500 live on
of Christ in all times. Paul your name and address. the reservations.

was not one to be deterred from J
i what he believed to be God's will '- -

H by the probability that he would z ..
suffer. Like all who follow the t. f

Lord Jesus Christ in truth he wasI. : l i I Ir 1 5 YI

Fearless, in Practice as Wellas I

Theory (Acts 21:12, 13, 27-34)). ._ I

H Many there are who sing "I'll go Pattern 1240 ,
where you want me to go dear a

I .Lord, I'll be what you want me Like to turn rug-maker for ,a s e '
I to; be," or smoothly repeat consecra-, time, and both make and design -
I _
II i tion vows, who are frightened awayat your own colorful rugs? Easy cro-

I On all sides, people are learning that the slightest difficulty, and who cheted triangles joined in stripsor Young and Old, Alike, :

the way to gain almost incredibly feel that they must have been mis- hexagons make exciting new Purpose Vitamin

I quick relief from stomach condition taken about the Lord's will for their designs. Crochet them of rug wool, B *
pr For Fit
I arising from overacidity, is to alkalize life at the first indication that his candlewicking or rags. You can < Keeping
i the stomach quickly with Phil guidance would interfere with their make your rug any desired size. ?",yr.f O Nervousness, COnst PlLt OD.
I lips',Milk of Magnesia. convenience. No such 9 poor appetite prey upon the energy
or ro'
Pattern 1240 contains directionsfor 'v of thousands and
4 4 young
I You take either two teaspoons of cowardice or vacillation was found making rugs in various ar- .' '< f v s o A' oldwhendietslackasufficient4'x "
the liquid Phillips' after meal; or in Paul. /.'. amount of the precious Vitamin
I two Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tab he did not intendto rangements; an illustration of B so richly supplied by a Quaker ;
In the first place,
lets. Almost instantly "acid indiges them and of all stitches needed; : ,, 4 Oats breakfast. *
tion" from have a holy purpose weakenedby ':", ny ,. So serve the whole family a
; hyperacidity,
goes gas How '
talk. many
disheartening bowl of Quaker Oats
"acid headaches" from overindulgence z. ;'L every e
I and have lefta '' morning.
in food smoking-and young men ,
or of sacred meeting with God t L *Wh .e pOor condition h due ;
nausea are relieved. place rffoucliokiQuefIA9J11j@ j" 5 to lack of BTemperament r
of serving
Try this Phillips' way if you have aglow with the purpose i .r 4 ,(
any acid stomach upsets. You will be Him in the'foreign mission field

: :,. surprised at results. Get either the and then permitted an uninterested [ @ -'-:

I liquid "Phillips" or the remarkable, friend or relative or employer to 1 tI ,
I new Phillips' Milk of Magnesia talk them out of it. I
0 Tablets. Only 25{ for a big box of find Paul left-
In the second place, we Use scissors for cutting up ; !
\ tablets at drug stores. carrying through his purpose. Whenhe over fish, meat or fowl. This also
Jerusalem he was'counseled to leftover Foresight Prepares' BusinessA :
ALSO IN TABLET FORM: came to applies vegetables. I Io and '
Each tiny tablet to enter the temple to takea *. To 'a man without foresight everything -I man of temperament and his ", 'I

I I of is the a teaspoonful equivalent .r--9: :. ,,_UJPS'I Nazarite' ,vow, and thus to satisfy Powdered borax added to the is unexpected. business are soon parted. '
I of genuine Fhil'G, his enemies. Some com- water when washing fine white ':

: lips'Magnesia.Llilkof w.wak.: ',_ ro,Tra.IWr" mended Paul for thus pacifying flannels helps to keep them' soft. I .
; dwbL those who withstood him, '
.. _" .ff'r. .
"' ... "Co.",, condemn him for yielding.His '
; strongly When spreading crackers with 1 jy
: his act
til/wal. but
'1'j"J-. purpose cheese, mix a little butter with
"" results. An in-
led to unfortunate
I the cheese, creaming with a fork.

P H I Ll.I ff 5'MAGNESIA OF the furiated temple Jewish and wrongfully mob saw accused him in The mixture *will spread more ,

easily on the crackers and havea
him of defiling the temple'by bring- better flavor.

ing a Greek into this holy place.A .' .'
Rewarded riot and Paul would
I He who ''wishes to secure the have, been ensues killed had not the Roman When cooking a bird in the,oven
roast it in the usual until it 0
good of others has already secured captain and his band rescued way ;
I is nicely browned then turn the
his Confucius. ,
: own.-
him. Was Paul afraid? He immediately -
/ back upward and let remain, so
turned, his arrest into an
I until done. This causes the gravyto
unsurpassed opportunity to give a
run into the breast, making it
D'IS'COVEREDWay testimony and to make a defenseof
his ministry (See Acts 21:40- soft. and tender. O The Vegetable Fat in Jewel is given ,

to Relieve CoughsQUICKLY' 22:22). He admonished others to remarkable shortening properties by e :

"be instant in season and out of Sometimes when the gravy from Swift's special blending of it with '

H season" (II Tim. 4:2)) ; he practiced roasts is not quite as dark as other bland cooking fats. By actual

what he He constantly you want it to be, try adding'
IT'S BY relieving both theirntatcd tissues of the preached. test, Jewel Special-Blend makes lighter more
.throat and bronchial lubes. One set of ingredients urged faith in God, steadfastnessin little kitchen bouquet. Just tender baked foods, and creams faster than the

relieves:in tickling FOLEY'S, hacking HONEY, coughing& TAR. .quickly. coats the midst of trials; he gave full enough to color it. costliest types of plain all-vegetable shortening.
and soothes irritated throat linings to keep you proof of these things in his own *
from coughing. Another set actually enters the
I" blood, reaches the affected bronchial tubes. ministry.In Place straws in lunch boxes r 1. >>
loosens phlegm, break up cough and all this he did not seek his when cocoa or milk are included. r
Q speeds Cheer a cough due to a cold ,
i before recovery.it gets worse before others catch it. own glory, or any honor for his The children will delight in using ; t
1 Check it with FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR. own name. The Christian hero them during the lunch period. I AP
I It gives quick relief and speedett-up .recovery. I
knows nothing of heroism for pub- Bell Syndicate.-\VNU Service.

,\ licity's sake; he does not serve
With Pleasure with an eye on the "grandstand."

Good manners are still so rare Paul was actuated by a 'deep anda i -'

that they are noticed. genuineII. s
.. Concern for the Salvation of : a k ; 4

His People (Rom 9:1-5).

:: Less Monthly Discomfort The Christian worker who knows 1 _

' nothing of "great sorrow and unceasing -
{i' Many women, who formerly suffered -
, pain" in his heart over the
from a weak, run-down condition U'1tj
plight of the unsaved does not follow -
as a result of poor assimila-
in the Pauline succession i-
tion of food, say they benefited by nor
does he know the heart of
the Manof
taking CARDUI, a special medicinefor < <'f pI
women. They found It helped to Sorrows.
Increase the appetite and improve Paul surely did not wish himself PR. PAUL G. PICK f SPGG -

digestion, thereby bringing them separated from Christ, but was so
more strength from their food. deeply moved that he said he "could 1 OF CHICAGO FED A Variety of Meals 4/GZcj*

Naturally there is less discomfortat wish" it-if it were not wrong-in ;;.? y to Human Subjects-W V X-Rayed Them IS / /L/FP

,. monthly perlpds when the system order to save his brethren.Do ? -To SEE Which Food lgi est Most EeadilyQUAKERPUPFED ( IMFb R7p
has been strengthened and the various we need a revival of com- z easy ANT
.I functions restored, and regulated. passion in our churches ana in our xrx : y' iJ $ RICE BREAKFAST No.I PEpp Oe's"e

D, Cardul, praised by thousands of women, own hearts, a yearning over the Was Digested In The Stomach 45 Minutes >yi h-t t"i/1
uveil worth trying. Of course, If not
I I benefited, consult a physicla.tI \. multitudes about us who are as Faster Than Freakfast. 2. "1es hsian
.. tf TH4
I sheep without a shepherd?


A Golden LinkA '-. : I Quaker Bacon ana Egg, __ Puffs R Q/JAkEFl

HOT NEWS FROM HOLLYWOOD mother's love is indeed the i : '" huffCoRfeeYoast; Coffee o lq"ch ICe For

golden link that binds youth to age i y eeak dS WeN
flto/r Tcu Sday and he is still but a child however INNER ast

time may have furrowed his cheek, f'/Bill
1 10:30 P.M.;L S.T.,N.B.C.Red Network or silvered his brow who can yet ; ,. WAX BAG THIS FAMED RICE FOOD n

recall with a softened heart, the IS SHOT FROM GUNS.

LUBIN'SMENTHOL fond devotion, or the gentle chid- 4I
ings, of the best friend that God '
COUGH DROPS ever gives us.Loe : 4
NOW WITH of Our Work
It is only those who do not know
AL&ALINE& FACTOR how to work that do not love it. To w q R Wqx TO GUARD FRESHNESS. j \\I V ,

those who do it is better than playit -
i is relig=ion.


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The Clewiston News CELEBRATIONThe ing beaches of Palm Point and Cape that! a trip to Florida is not completeunless I to gain: a pure concentrate, will be 'I

Sable and then set our course across one visits Key West, as in- installed by the company immediately -
United States Sugar Corporation Florida Bay to Key West. r1 'ed it isn't even today. All Florida ui,on completion of factory con- Q.

Published every Friday in Cle'-viston. has announced the tentative Awaiting us at the dock was a I should realize this fact and cooperate : struction.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, date for the opening of the new harvest group of prominent citizens, and by making it known to the world,

Inc. season for the first or second o f boy, what a royal welcome we re- : for to reach Key West the motorist I -
__ 1 December with the sugar house be ceived. B. C. Papy, Monroe County I and visitor must journey the entire .
Sinning operation on the third. Simultaneously -. representative, took me in tow and length of our state and all sections

Iteatbley Bowden, Editor I comes another announces as a host I'm here to tell you that : nefit. And Flpridians who have
I ment from the Chamber of Corns
boy is aces and tops. After an interesting -: got visited the Island City should You needSULFOCIDE .
merce that they will stage a great
motor tour about the city s 'rtainly do so They will be surprised -
1 I celebration on the third marking the
Entered as second class mail -matter we were given a delightful luncheon charmed and delighted and
of the fifth successful
February 1, 1927 at the Post I I harvest and reception at the home of Miss 'tae courtesy and hospitality they re-
Clewiston, Florida under season. Betty Maloney. I thought I'd encountered -: c'dve at the hands of Key Westers for Quality
in i i A big time is being planned and
the utmost will
in hospitality make them
1897. want to remain
of March 3,
the Act i W'hile'the
iI" everyone may participate. on my visit to Pensacola, but Itdidn't longer than they had planned and Beans, Tomatoes
-I details are as yet not complete they !
have a thing on what these
I will be made prior to the to return" again and again.
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year.I charming Key West folks dished out.
application. I time of the festivities so that everyone is
Advertising rates, on Key West-a city rich In' historic: "What that magic stuff my
may be familiar with the pro- PAYROLL BAXDITS SNATCH
Interest and enchanting with its tro- neighbor uses? He picks speckled
gram as planned. Never before has !$20,101 ,TAMPA: PAYROLL
Devoted to the advancement and I the town made such an effort to celebrate pical beauty, through no particularfault beans, ships-them and gets returns -

welfare of Clewiston and Henvlry this occasion and every resident of her own, has been taking it Tampa, Nov, 10 (FNS) .-Two ," asked a grower of his
on the chin for a long time, but in .. inutes after an armoured bankc
County. should cooperate in every way dealer. The answer is-"Sulfo-
spite of set-back after set-back and < possible to help make it one of the "
cide. Its value has been
tough break after break her proven
tough ,
most colorful affairs the town has Garcia & Brothers cigar
ever known. people have not lost heart or faithor factory here Saturday morning, two by 20 years continuous use by

The celebration will draw' favor- courage and today she is makinga bandits, one garbed as a policeman, Florida vegetable growers.
comeback that is remarkable; Isolated calmly held the paymaster and as- .
able publicity to the town; the
1 In a from the rest of Dip all beans in Sulfocide. Better
Chamber of Commerce will add to sense sistants at bay while they quickly .
this publicity in the weeks to follow the state Key West has always found snatched the unopened money sacks still, spray with Sulfocide and

and everyone in Clewiston will be transportation a problem. Nature, and made a clean get-away in a car you will have no speckled beans.
benefitted directly or indirectly by while in many ways, strikes cruellynow where an accomplice awaited.
I and then, lest the self satisfied Florida Experiment Station Press
Ij the better business conditions which The stick-up was so well planned
j populace assumes that they are pos- Bulletfn 464 reports that dipping:
will come with the advent of the :aud so quickly carried out that it
I great number of tourists who will sessed of an eternal heaven. ,. as all over before many realized tomatoes, when picked, in Sulfo-

be attracted here. through a compre- Nowhere has federal aid been what was happening. cide reduces rots to a minimum --

arrived and Christ hensive advertising program settingout more Justified or brought about Within a few minutes of the rob Spray Tomatoes, Beans, Strawberries -
Prosperity: has the advantages of the 'section greater returns and with its con-
its ,just around Wry, a reward of $1,000 was offer etc., before picking. After
mas has taken
tinuance Key West is destined to not
the which be
;and things may seen ed for their capture. Police and
the corner. here by the tourists that cannot be only overcome its problems but be- snoriff's office workers are work: I picking, w'ash'or dip in Sulfocide.The .

seen elsewhere. come a world famed resort city. Few ; cost is insignificant-less
ng diligently on the case and while
We are wondering what has hap- localities in the world have more clues 'are'meag r, officials express I than the cost of the labor. The
pened to the new bridge across the to offer the tourist and winter visitor -
.. confidence that the bandits will beaptured returns are many hundredfold.The .
canal. 0p i4 UAMMO0U RUUOll ad0 and
Industrial its greatest need today is ,' ,
intelligent publicity and promotion best dealers in Florida sell

There will be a great many hunt Too Late To Classify that will acquaint the nation with ,PLA.NT FOR MANUFACTURE O* I Sulfocide. Insist on having it. Ask
ers in the field on the opening dayof what it has to offer. I I!
CITRUS CONSENTRATE IN STATE for leaflet "Sulfocide the Bean
the season. If you go next Fridaybe CJ3y ''lussd! KayIt's Surrounded by the finest fishing "

careful. waters in the world, Key West is a I Spray.
m-..a.rraa.-.-.-....-...-o.aa.rI veritable anel-er's paradise i .- Almost 4. Dunedin, Nov. 10 (FNS-Con-'
struction of a plant for the Citrus B. G. PRATT COMPANY
Less than two weeks until Thanks every variety of game fish is found .
long jump from Pensacola Concentrates 50 Church St.
a Inc.Vas started here
Even should here and
giving. the Republicans competent guides are pre-
to Key West, but you will never real- this week. j XcYOlk
find plenty to be thankful for this pared to show the sportsman a time .
ly know yo'ur state or appreciate its Manufacture of citrus I,
year. I he will never forget.A pure concentrates -
glory and grandeur until journey SULFOCiDEThe
you delightful year 'round climate for distribution to market !
That ten million dollar bonus paid from its western gateway to its makes the island city an ideal resortat throughout the country will be<
southermost tip within a ten day Bean Spray
is I started by the new concern sometime
by General Motors to employees any season and the rehabilitation I
a real Christmas' present and comes period. program enables the town to around the first of the year. A new

far enough in advance, to make it One would imagine that having modate more tourists and accom-I juice extractor and equipment fOr I
appreciated more than ever. created such a realm of enchantment than ever befoie. The removing 'water from citrus juices]

-.. as Florida's mainland Mama Nature son promises to be an excellent one; I 1-
Who says that the vice-president wo ld'have been content to sit back already guests are beginning to arrive -I.I I.

is the "f rgottel1 man"? ,John Nance and call it a day, but apparently, intent and plan to remain all season.Intl I J.II!!!! Ili.!! llIIHIIIIII!! (,.I.ljllllllllllllira': illlllllllll +L 'J lll WIlill! I !I I -L!
Garner went fishing the other day on making this her unrivaled: With reservations already made, it

down in Texas and got his name in: masterpiece, she couldn't quit until appears that Key West will be hard
the paper. II I she had adorned her glamorous creation pressed to care for all who come The New Machineless, No Electricty method e
I with' string of glorious pearls
a this winter I
of Permanant/ will distinguish
Some of the local football fans and a jewel pendant. So she ran a With the construction of modern aving -

who went to Jacksonville Saturdayto I chain of keys and islands along both hotels and apartments, playgrounds! coiffure with a wave of
see Florida defeat Georgia are coasts and far to the south, where clubs and recreation centers, Key your

wishing now that they'd stayed home the emerald and turq'uoise waters of West in the years to come' should comfort and satisfaction. ,
and watched the movies instead. I the Gulf and Atlantic met, she hung
'the jeweled pendant that we knowas become America's Monte Carlo. With TURNER'S BEAUTY SHOP

_Armistice____n____ _Dav_ ___ meant____n__ a holiday_ Key West. the completion of the Over-seas
for some of the employees in Clew-I By boat, by highway or by air, the Highway and improved plane and I Hopkins Bldg. Phone 392HUNTING

iston. Some stores closed all day; J journey from' Miami to Key West is boat service, Florida "winter visitors
others in the afternoon, but this Is a thrilling :and delightful adventure. I
can be made conscious of the fact ,
one holiday when the U. S. Engi-J You can have your Mediterranean,

neers work right on through. Hawaii_ or the Beach of Bali Bali, but -
when it comes to charm, tropical .

I The Social Security Act goes into beauty and interest, Key West and

effect the first of January and em- the over-seas highway are good

ployers will realize it next Monday enough for. me.

:when they receive one of the forms In company with Senator-elect SEASON
from the post-office. It will mean Claude Pepper and National Committeewoman .

some additional cost to the employer] Hortense Wells asxguests '.

of a large number of men but it will I of Commander von Paulson of the

be a great thing for the wage earner. Coast Guard, it was my privilege to OPENS NEXT FRIDAY .;// '.' : '.- '
make the trip by seaplane for an .
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inspection tour .of the Everglades

Bids were opened yesterday in National Park area, the Over-seas NOVEMBER 2OTH ; :) f.f\\ :. '
Tallahassee for the paving of the Highway and federal projects at Key '
.9999 miles of road between Clewis- West and en route. "

ton and thse barracks. It is to be I Setting a' southwestern course, we : {

hoped that the contract will be let cruised over a large portion of the ; ': : : ;j : : ; I
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immediately and that constructionwill park area, followed the snaky courseof .: ; : : ; .
be finished before the big cele- the Sh rk River,xand circled over .
bration on the third of December. White Water Bay to disturb a varietyof J -
Get outfitted this'week with supplies'and be
I' It could be if work: is rushed. water birds, skirted the glisten- necessary, .

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:i .. ....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:. MRS.:: SDH'SOENTERTAINS/ by a group of boys playing guitars by. Bill Owen should receive special- 'J

i WITH BRIDGE DINNER and violins. Weiners and coffee were Fourth Grade Monthly Honor Roll- mention, for being the only ones in f

R :: Personal Mention : served as refreshments. Louise Blount; Nicky Schiffli, Elsie (Continued on Page 8) J'I

Mrs. W. F. Simpson entertaineda Bembry, Christine
1 .:..:..:..:.:..:--:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:. of friends Bourne and Sue VonMach.Redish, Millie
group Wednesday!:? even- .
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ray spent the ing with a spaghetti dinner: and ) Fifth Grade Monthly Honor Roll-

week-end in Miami. bridge party at her home on the res- School T\etws[ Eric Belcher, Philip McLeod, Bar- J. M. COUSE ,

ervation. The high score at bridge bara Broadfoot, Mauryne Prewitt
i Mr. and Mrs R. Y. Patterson was made by Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. Marianne Jones. Counselor, and Attorney at Law

,j :o.I were visitors in Miami Monday.Mr. Those enjoying the affair were: Editor ..................._.Ethel Willis Ninth Grade Honor Roll- Hopkins Building(

1 Mr. and Mrs., Carr Settle, of Moore Ass't Editor E:!rnice O'Neal Hervey Bourne, J. D. Hooker, and
i and, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt were Haven, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. I. Sports Editor .....:-LeRoy Hare I II Marie Robbins, Dick Patterson, Wednesdays Saturdays

r 0 business visitors in Tampa Saturday. M. Pafford, Mrs J. A. Rumbley, Mrs. I Advisor ....::\l1ss.Doroth)' Lockhmt Louise Leiter and Munselte Stone. 0:30 to 4:00

I I M. Wright and Mr. Tenth Grade Honor Roll:
SImpson.BIDGg -
Mr. and Mrs F. M. Sathre spent IF.
I :, !I the week-end In West Palm Beach First G..stle.- Billie Hooker George Smith, Bill
and Berniee
/ --. CLUB ENTERTAINED are 'glad to enroll Annis Ad-
i Mrand Mrs. A. W. Sias spent the IJY MRS 31. E. YENAWINE ams in our first grade. She came i Guthrie. Furniture and Home Furnishings
: I from Eleventh Grade Honor Roll-
week-end in ,Okeechobee with Georgia.
f Gladys Willis. PHILCO RADIOS
: ;, friends. Mrs. M. E. Yenawine was hostessto Monthly reading honor roll: Kim
Twelfth Grade Honor Roll
I her bridge club Wednesday afternoon Kolstad: Carline] Berner, Lillian Household FurnishingsInc.

Mr. and MrS. M. T. Ironmonger at her home. Golden, Mary Ruth Johnson, Virginia Ethel Willis, Ed Clark, Bob Pat- ,

and son, Clark, returned Sunday High score prize, a set of bath Turner, Ruby Ricks. terson, and Elva Alston.J. I

} i from a week's visit in Miami. towels and wash cloths, went to Mrs. Second Grade Monthly; Honor Roll-- D. Hooker.Dicky Patterson and I BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA
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J. W. Ezelle; a traveling prize, an William McCracken, 1
Mary Louise
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Bobbie Ryan arrived Sunday from apron was won by Mrs. R. N. Smith I i I Thomas, Peggy Lawler, Faith Mitchell I i

i Miami to make his home here with and the low score prize, a show bag, I I Jo Ann, Crouch. FOR RENT-Lake Harbor, four L. B. MershonAGENT

his ceusin, Father J: F. Walsh. went to Mrs. J. A. Rumbley. Spelling honor roll: Jo ,Ann I rooms, bath, well, electric lights,

Delicious refreshments of congealed Crouch, Faith Mitchell, Dorothy half acre ground, suitable for room-
Mrs. Amy Hall arrived last week salad, sandwiches and .coffee were Mitchell, Pat I
Bailey, Bobby Mayn- ing house, beauty parlor. In business New York Life ,;
from St. Petersburg for a visit with served by the hostess to: Mrs. J. A. ard, Harriet Alston, Louise Prewitt, i district. See druggist or write M. I.

her son, H. R. Hall and family. Rumbley' Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. I. I William McCracken, Nancy Wright, I Johnson, 536 Rush St., Chicago, 11L Insurance CompanyARCADIA 1

I 1\1. Pafford, Mrs. H. R. Hall Mrs. G. Janice Norton, Grace Ward, Mary Nov. 13-20-27, Dec. 4-4t. FLORIDA

i 1 Dr. and Mrs. D. J. ,Williams are. B. Thomas, Mrs. Foy Durrence and Louise Thomas, Peggy Lawler, Sam- .

spending today with friends in Fort : Mrs. Keathley Bowden. mie Young, Gilbert McLeod, Ruth

, e Myers. I Enrich, Billy Maynard, and June Es- . . . . . .NNN: .,
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston spent BIRTHDAY PARTY Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- s

several days this week in Tampa -- James Ricks, David Belcher, Ma III :

on business. Miss Eunice Meredith entertained mie Trice, J. T. Sanson, Shirley /_. _.
Saturday with Moon, Doris Simmons, Wilma Jean I
I a party at
Dr. O. F. Schiffli was in Jacksonville -
this the home of her parents, Mr. and Tingle, Mamie Johnson, Junior Ivey, tIOLFI
for several days: week on
business.Mr. Mrs. Foster Meredith, in celebrationof James Smith, Noley Geiger, and No- CLEWISTON

-- her birthday anniversary. ra' Oglesby. :L

: and Mrs.' Z. G. Meredith are Michigan poker was played duringthe Monthly honor roll.. :, Nora Ogles-

spending several days in Lakeland, evening with prIzes going to Mr. I '

DeLand and St./Augustine. this week. and Mrs. A. W.; Lawrence, Mrs. E. COURSE
C. Marshall, Miss Mary Moore and --'H
Mr. and Mrs C. L. Downs spent Larry Knapp. A buffet supper of

I Saturday and Sunday in West Palm sandwiches, nuts, crackers, Butler's Beauty Shop ) : ;
: Beach. ice cream and cake was served.candY'1 1'' '"- 0 ", ..... .."'0; :'. 1' ',' ""
Those invited were: Mr. OFFERS ; I I.J.: : < \ \ < .. I !
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad were Mrs'l .
i A. W. Sias, Mr. and Mrs. A. .
li visitors in Sarasota and Bradenton J
I Lawrence, Mr.; and Mrs. C. E. Nail, Special Bargains i
Ii Saturday. ..
i Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mr. and i I ?

i Mrs. Foster Meredith, Miss Mary FROM i .
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Garmany and
children, of Okeechobee, were visi Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Nov. 1 to Jan. 1WITH
Mrs. E. S. Marshall, Sidney Hoover
to the Public
I tore here Sunday.: Justice Butler, John Lucaa, Ed Mar- GREAT API'EAL TO .... [ Open

kette and Larry Knapp.
Mrs. C. 11lcDonald and baby
son, Harry Lang, left Lakeview Hospital 1
for their home in Belle Giait COMMUNITY CHURCH

t Tuesday. -- >
Sermon Topic, evening service Permanents, from" $2.50 to $10 I.

Mr. and llrs. I. M. Pafford and 1 7:30, "Unfettered". This sermon H III1l
Facial, manicure '
daughters, Ann and Mary Kay spent will be a continuation the one and arch, $1.50 ,oi H

Saturday afternoon in West Palm preached by Dr. Williams last Sun- "
: ;Facial. Shampoo and set, Dry, :,', <
Beach. day evening. :
Musical numbers will include the $1.50Haircuts ''''; Moderate Green Fees ;

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer anthem, "Still, Still With Thee" by $..35Butler's -

and children, Billie and Patricia, the choir and special numbers by a I.I I.. Exceptional Fairways
left Friday to make their home in mixed quartet. s

Miami. Everyone is cordially invited to attend I : Interesting Greens

I Beauty Shop :

Mrs. H. L. Delaney,and son, H. L., Clewiston, Inn Telephone 345 : .

Jr., of LaBelle, spent Saturday and 1 CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR MEETING

Turner.Sunday with Mr. and. Mrs. H. H. : HELD 3IOXDAY KITE AT CHURCH I .N.N.N. :.M.N.N.M N.N. N :.N. N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N .M.:.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.M.N...N N N.M.N.N.N..

Mrs. W. J. Phillips and daughter The regular meeting of the Clew-

Augusta, of Richland, Ga., spent several ; iston Christian Endeavor Society

days this week as the guests of was held Monday night at the Community -

Dr. and Mrs. J. W.; Ezelle. Church.

The meeting was opened with
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Sparks at song and Scripture and practice for

tended the football game in Jacksonville the Everglades Young People's Dieet-I: SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS

Saturday between Florida and ing. Dr. D. J. Williams led in prayer -'

Georgia Universities.Mrs. I and after a discussion of the coming .
i Union meeting, Taps has sung
., J. W. Ezelle; Mrs. W. J. at closing. 'i'f '

Phillips, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mis. J. Those attending were: Bob and : '
A. Rumbley and Mrs. W. F. Simp Dick Patterson Francis Prevatt, Jim- ,, '.". ,; .__-<' .-: : o'L', :-.. ,.<:, 41 ,:r:, Record of Dividends of

son attended a show in Belle 'Glade'Ionday my Hare, Bernice O'Neal, Elizabeth ._ l.' Clewiston Home Building Association
;: : ,
: evening. .'. .
Winn, Ethel and Gladys Willis, Mary ,,
.I': t'
t. -- Warren ,
Bernice Guthrie, Billie -
Mis. J. W. Ezelle and daughter, Hooker Christine o. ,0
a Bell, Mildred ;. .
Emma Jane and 11rs.V.. J. Phillipsand Ward, Dot Hare, Maxine Doty, Hazel r. ? i t YEAR PERCENT YEAR PERCENT

daughter, Augusta, spent Tuesday Prince, Mrs. J. H. Doty, A. H. I
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in Canal Point as the guests of )I I King, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart and Dr.. :1 V. CjJ <_ J 1928 5.5 J 1933 6

Mrs. Lawton" -Sims..- I I D. J. Williams. :.: -: )0. 'J 1929 7 J 1934 6 ; -
:. '
1Irs.V.. F. Simpson went to We t LEGION HOLDS MEETING r" : 'J 1930 4 '. J 1935 .. 6', "! ,

i Palm Beach this morning; to meether : ,,:,: ',. : fO 0' '.. ."
;, AT INN TUESDAY NIGHT ) ; 1931 4 1936 ,6 '
mother, Mrs. Olin Carleton of ; ,
f. Atlanta, who will spend the winter -- : 1932 :6 '.
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The Clewiston American Legion ; :
i.; here with Mr.. and Mrs. Simpson. ; dC/ ; ,
Post No. 93
held its regular monthly :, .
t.,;', at
Tuesday night theClewiston
' Sidney Crochet, with friends from I I .
Inn with a good attend I
West Palm Beach ,
attended the football '
game between Florida and Georgia -
.I Following the disposal of routine -
Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. business OFFICE FIRST !
each member was asked to

where Crochet she accompanied visited with them her to father Ocala 1 relate his experience on the first Invest your savings for safety'and a good THING TOMORROW AND I

until their return. Armistice Day in 1918. Many of,the return. Home Building has never paid
were then in the trenchesand .
t.' I I the stories they told were more dividends of less than 4 percent per year.
Mr. .
and Mrs. F. :W. DeLozier and

'' children Marion and Billy, of Con-' than Interesting. In these days of reduced interest on ,savings .

nellsville, Pa., arrived Saturday to'' I
visit Mrs. DeLozier's EVKRGLADHS Y. P. U. accounts and reduced returns on other
parents M r.
and Mis. I. D. Leydlg. Mr. DeLozierwill MEETS HERE: TUESDAY forms of investment HomeBuilding' offers GY .

t' Mrs. spend DeLozier a few and weeks the children here while will the The Everglades regular monthly meeting of the conservative, thrifty investor the investment -'
Young People's Union
,Y remain for a longer visit. was held here at the Community -- best suited to his needs. Investigate -

- : CATHOLIC MEX'S CLUtt MEETS; good Church attendance.A. Tuesday. night with a Clewiston Home Building Association -

The. H. King had charge of the ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME
Catholic Men's 'Club met In I meeting and gave a very interesting little $5.00 month much
their regular monthly Monday per or as as '
meeting talk on his World War BUILDING
.:tine night at the rectory. Only ro u- Canal Point won the banner experiences.for having $1,000.00 J in a lump sum, you'll find a
was transacted. Those the most members present' or Home ASSOCIATION
attending were: H. T. Vaughn, B. the greatest number of miles travel- Building program adapted to yourrequirements. 0
PHONES. 102103tf
A. Bourne. M. E. VonMach, Sidney led. .
Hoover, S. Crochet, R. T. Mitchell ,
Following the
meeting In the
J. F.
Tippey., E. J. Romero aad h'
r. church the "
went out -
J. F. Walsh. group on the
lawn where they were entertained ';


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,,. H OAREC Foreign Words rand o:

.:.' BRIGHT I BYJill' C AY PhrasesAmour .

propre. (F.) Self-love;

{r W. BARTON_ self-esteem.Billet doux. (F.) A love letter.

TaIks'About Dum spiro, spero. (L.) While

The Heart and Overweight. I live I hope. (Part of ,motto of

.: S TA R ANY nowadays are South Carolina.) "
I': :," ; by :Macrae Smith Co.WNU "M] overweight. If one gets reli- En bon train. (F.) In a fair
Service. way, on the road to success. _
.., able advice.and is advised to reduceone
r,' Flagrante delicto.. (L.) While
should is
do,so. It not a simple
l;..' matter but weight reduction can be committing the crime; caught in
the act.
I carried but successfully by anyone
x CHAPTER "How is Mother?" she inquired redcap: for me! airy my:: grips, who will take'it seriously. Fat pea Gosse. (F.) Street slang' for
almost at once. upstairs and Ill! wash up." "child," "infant." Compare
-1- ple usually claim to be smal eaters.
well." Her been redecoratedin "kid," "kiddie," and the Irish
"Very room pad
the sta-
Hugh Marsh waited on ;This is sometimes true; mere oftenit
"The love! murmured Kezia her absence and she exclaim'edwith "gossoon.
tion platform for the 11:25 from, is not although they be hon-
Washington which was bringing his tenderly. "And how is Dorrie?," pleasure. "Pale gold, and est in may thinking so. Hors de propos/ (F.: ) Not to 1

\\L younger sister, Kezia, home from "She's great. She had a:. en- chintz of gold and green! Adorable In as-long the purpose; irrelevant.
school. The train was a few minutes gagement' or she would have come !" She went about joyfully examining any case Iterum. (L.) Again.Don't .
as a personis
this noon. She sent her love. her her book-
?: late. He was annoyed and possessions, weighthe
wished he had called before he left "No little hopes for the bass4- case, the pictures on the wall. putting is on

,}., his office to time its arrival. He nette? Shame on you, Hugh"!' I. Margery was sitting on the porch than he eating needs;more and
might have worked a few minutes You've been married four years. with his mother when Hugh came
an excess 'weight of
k' longer on the cost sheet he was "Give us time-we're, .young. : downstairs. "Hello, Hugh She 60
20 40
or more
preparing. "Think of sister Margery's ex- I lifted her face for his brotherlykiss. -
I' Around him the ample-three in no time at all!" I pounds simply j lei
: were l to go to the train that the
.i. people who wait for trains, peopleof "Living is expensive. ,with you but things wen; complicated has
heart to put
all classes and conditions, some "And so is Dorrie. 'this morning Angela would .
forth much
with harassed faces who carried The flicker of annoyance in his 'not'' sleep after her. bath. She
than would oth
cheap suitcases, one or two laugh- hazel eyes was his. only answei walked around her crib, clingingto
ing family groups, some traveling "How's Ellen Pendleton?" she' the bars-and sang-and! she's Dr. Barton erwise This be is necessary all

salesmen, with smart luggage and asked. only 10 months old.. Stop laughing! 8
waste and tat putsa
an air of success. "She's'going with 'a buy named She really sang, I tell you!" energy a person
F=: A long whistle coming from Jerry Purdue. Good looking, TO, DE CONTINUED) burden on the heart which in : youunprepawe

around the curve, startled the smooth-but not up to Ellen, according t the course of years is bound to ..

.. groups on the station platform into to Mjther." have am undesirable effect.,

scrambling activity. Baggage "Ellen still' arty?" "Moderate overweight before" the

was lifted, good-byes were said, the The edge in her voice did not age of forty is not of serious conse-
crowd surged forward toward the Hugh. Kezzie had always quence if the heart is normal, but.
. steel rails as the train thunderedby "had it in" for Ellen, a distant Beginningin after that age continued overweightdoes

and came to a gradual stop. cousin on their I'I'lother's'side, a lessen one's expectation of life.
Kezia, twenty years old, slim and Life insurance companies realize
remnant of childish jealousy El-
delectable, her eyes bright with I ex- len had a natural charm, unique i this/ issue this and consider persons who are .

citement, a small brown hat on and appealing, which was all the overweight as undesirable risks. An
her curly ash-blond hair, a jacketed more provocative because she was individual who is overweight and
brown silk suit with a spray of becomes breathless on effort will
so unconscious of it. "I think she
still paints a little,"' he replied. usually find after reducing his
"Gavin and Lizzie wouldn't let her BRIGHT weight 10 to 20 pounds that breath-

finish art school,. you know." | lessness will disappear."
There is in the above
nothing quo-
To himself he wondered as he
tation that have not already -
often had before: How the dick
read but when it comes froman
ens had Gavin and Lizzie managedto
produce such a lovely lyric crea- STARA outstanding heart specialist, Dr.
.i. L r' ; ture as Ellen? Frank T.. Fulton of Fordham university 4?
) itkLil. in an article "Budgeting
They moved faster up an avenue the Heart"in
the Reserve Strength of
l.Vm l. over which, elms met forming a I 'Hygeia, it ,'is' very much worth
,Gothic archway. A mile further serial
new our consideration.
onlugh made, a sharp turn. .

"There it is," said Kezia, in a Exercise May Do Harm.
... choked voice, her eyes misted with by MARY One 'of the natural mistakes some /
I. tears. Their childhood home lay fat individuals make is their effort

,I before them, a white house with to reduce weight by violent exer- .

colonial .pillars set back on a deep SCHUMANN cise. Notwithstanding the'fact that

(;. lawn. When they turned into the they have taken no regular exercisefor e

I drive a'woman rose from a chairon \ ten years and have in that U.;

1i' 1- the porch. time put on 30 to 40 pounds of excess -

"Mother!" cried Kezia. She Here's a thrilling story you'll fat, they seek out some very
leaped out of the car the second strenuous exercise or game suchas
enjoy beginning to
Hugh: brought it to ,'a stop. tennis, basketball or badmintonin
r(: "Kezzie, darling, it has been so end the' unique tale of the worthy effort' to rid them-

t long! Fluvanna Marsh put her two disappointed peoplewho selves of this fat. And they try to

arms about her daughter, kissed unexpectedly found their get it off in a few days or a few

i her, then held her off to look into common interests led to a weeks. .

her eyes with wistful affection."So Where no exercise has been taken yL
love and
long-and it is good to have great a new foi a long time this violent effort
f' you home to stay!" Then her fin- steadfast bright'star to grace may rid the body of a few poundsbut

P1 i ,/JI 6"GoodbyPerhaps gers touched Hugh's sleeve with a the horizon! it may have lessened or eaten

I caressing gesture although she had up some of the reserve power of

1 1 We May seen him only a few hours beforeon jfo Start reading it today.. the heart, which may mean weeksof
!1 Meet Again' his way to the office. She get the background of events resting in bed to get this reserve

J.y' ', I murmured "Hugh." which brought neardisasterto back. Practically every physicianhas
.! : orchids at the shoulder, 'came down
That of Mother's hold
: was part met one or more of these cases.
the steps of the sleeping car. The the life of sheltered, mis-
: over him, thought Hugh. If you The first thought in all cases of
smartness of her costume and
understood Ellen Pendleton.
f: supple with which she skipped a day coming to see her; overweight should be an ,examination -
! grace she never made you feel remiss. And then, issue after issue, by the family physician with
\ moved made her look much
prettier -
than she really was. She I At each meeting she surroundedyou let yourself be 'thrilled by special care regarding heart and.
with an unspoken flood of joy
smiled radiantly at the well- the sudden, unprecedented blood pressure. h
in your presence, as silent and intangible A practical and simple method of
dressed of 30 who
man picked up developments that make
her bags with his from the row as sunshine. treating overweights whose', heart ,
"It's great to be home-simply "Bright Star" such a sensa are beginning to show some
the had
porter set ,out, chatted to
him the marvelous! I could have' cheered tional novel. power is to have them cut down by
as they came alori&! narrow -
space between the wall of the when I saw Pittsburgh this morn- 25 per cent,on the twc fat storing
embankment and the train. ing-dear old smoky Pittsburgh!r It foods-starches and fats-and cut

"Here-here!" said Hugh touch- reminded me of Corinth And down -by about 50 per 'cent on liquids -

ing her arm. everything's just the same, the Read Every InstallmentIN because of the tenc'encj of fat e
house, the yard-you. Mother! Oh, tissue to hold extra water thus pro- I
"Hugh, darling! she cried in
I do love it all-and I'm going to THIS PAPERtury ducing extra weight. When there is
glad surprise. kissed him,
have' a wonderful time this summer CHANGE TO
held both his hands for a second, any tendency to kidney stones, plenty v'
1 Come on, Hugh, be a of liquids must be taken.
then turning to her companion,
; said: "This is Hugh, the most I QlIAKERSTATE I

wonderful brother in the world, Mr.. New England Pronunciation of "Idear"Is Gland Extracts.
DeGraffe. Nice people should When Drs. Minot and Murphy of

know each other, and Mr. DeGraffehas I Traced by Columbia University ManThe Boston were able to prove that eat-

been very nice on this trip!" ing calf's liver would cure and pre- n

The men shook hands. DeGraffe, New England pronunciationof as, "almost too despicable for vent pernicious anaemia it marked

obviously amused by Kezia, ut- "idea" as "idear," universally notice," the pronunciation was used another great step in medicine because ii WINTEfJf. 11I

tered a few inconsequentials, 'murmured adopted throughout the section, duplicates by members of the upper classes, before this pernicious anae-

/' "Good-by-perhaps we may the colloquial London accent including William Weller Pepys, a mia was considered incurable. :

meet again," lifted his hat and of the Seventeenth and Eight- man of high social rank and a cous- Then came the discovery that extract :

followed in the wake of a 'taxi eenth centuries, according to a report in of the diarist, Samuel Pepys. of liver taken by mouth or \$ .

driver. of studies by James L. Clif- There is much evidence that a injected into the veins was just as

Hugh and Kezia climbed the ford of Columbia university. large percentage of the early set- effective, and this was certainly a

stairs to the street and the waiting The practice, called "one of the tlers in America came from south- great boon to those who disliked the

car. most distinctive and generally rec- eastern England, Clifford says, and taste of liver.; Another discovery
Hugh released the brake preparatory ognized marks of the Eastern typeof one writer goes so far as to say quickly followed this and that was

to starting. "Ever hear lit- American speech," carries no that "on the whole it is not impossible that extract of hog's stomach acted

tle girls shouldn't" talk to strangemen social stigma, although in England to think that the standard just as well as liver in pernicious

on trains? it was regarded as the cockney speech of London conditioned in anaemia-that is, increasing the
"How" do you know 1 picked him pronunciation and recognized( as the main the language of early number of red corpuscle. and the I

up"Deduction? she askew, pouting "characteristic of vulgar speech," New England." amount of iron in these red cor- 0 0- o
-'perhaps! we
says Clifford in merican Speech. Historical evidence as to the ori- puscles.And .
meet again.
She wrinkled her nose at him. "Hannah," for example, is pro- gin of this dialect pronunciation is : now a Berlin research physi- e

"Even mily Post nounced as "Hanner"; "tobacco"is meager. Probably' the original cian, Dr. W. Schemensky, has discovered -
says you may
speak: to a well-brea stranger in a called "tobaccur," and "umbrella" cause was purely psychologicalThe that the lining of the large
museum or traveling! Doi. L be becomes "amberiller." "Win- fact that such words as "bet intestine in hogs has this same power

elder-brotherly!" She added m a dow" is spoken of as "winder," ter" have two forms, with and of enriching the blood and cur

whisper: with a pert took at him, "fellow" as "feller," and "Belin- without the final "r" may have led ing pernicious anaemia. He pulver;

"I'm grown up now-know my way da" as "Belindar." to the addition of "r" when there ized or made into a powder the lin- .

about!" The London colloquialism was a was no justification for it. Thus ing of the large intestine and triedit

"Diving notice?" distinct local dialect. It. might be words normally ending in a vague, in 20 cases of pernicious anaemiaand
"Just as well," she laughed. said to be universally adopted by unaccented vowel would easily be while the results came a little

They went forward to the green the natives of New England, where confused with other words histori- more slowly the final results were Retail price. 351 per quart "

light and edged their way througha highly educated people, as well as cally having "r" endings. Many as good as with liver and hog's '.,"

narrow street congested with those of the lower classes, uncon- speakers would as a result be con- stomach. However the patier.ts felt

traffic. The steel mills beyond the sciously use it. stantly perplexed, and unhistorical the improvement in their general These AdvertisementsGive

river'vibrated with a rhythm that Although regarded by Ian0...age dialect forms would naturally r* health just as early as with liver
was like the roar of distant surf. authorities of the Eigmeeath: cen- suit. I and hog's stomach. You Valuea.r
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I I II The Greatest Prodigality ,

Q "Quotations"A If time be of all things the most. "
__ precious, wasting time must be .
: the greatest prodigality, since lost
I can Conceit never can prop puff him a up.man-Ruskin.up, but OUR COMIC SECTIONFINNEY time is neverfound again; and
we call time
Those enough always
Ad-'ee is seldom
I who cd it most, like it least.- proves little enough. Let us then t
I Johnson.Bchaior. up and be doing, and doing to the '
t is a mirror in which purpose; so by diligence shall we
r : e\erjonedipla>'8 his image.-Goethe. do more; with less perplexity.
i ; The secret of happiness is not in OF THE FORCE. '*'7:zS ft Deduction Franklin.
doing what one likes, but in liking
what one has to do.Barrie.I LOOK i ,' .
\ IT !
DID YA SEE HE General Laws
think a little luck should be WLTZ CARR'ii
f added to any formula! for success. -THIS ALL N0 says HE A LOT MoNEy! All the knowledge we possess of
Amelia, Earhart.Righteousness ABOuT -THE BANK wNIN ? WAS FouND eternal objects is founded upon'experience
._ TAKlN'1 I \t-I which furnishes,
will not live without CASHIER GeTr'NGKNocKeD oNCoNSNuSN : :: facts;
religion, as all human history vVHERE PLACE OF THE and the comparison of these facts
f shows.-Bishop William T. Manning. OUTAND WITH A MlSS/MG-lR establishes relations, from which
f Even if we have chaos in our conk ROBBED 7i \ LUMP OM -1 / induction the intuitive belief that
I ditions, we need not have chaos in THE BACK wwuTJJU7. like causes will produce like ef- ;
i our ideas.-G. K. Chesterton. 5rCKWALAS fects leads to general laws.-Mrs.
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/ wise and good man will turn
examples of all sorts to his own
IIK ICI \: advantage.. The good he will make
f a his patterns, and strive to equalor
excel them. The bad he will
by all means avoid.-Thomas.

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I When You Feel Sluggish
H0 (Constipated)
I cl:1OTAT (( HEAR Af, Take a dose or two of Black-
Draught. Feel fresh for a good
RES--I7 HAS 0KlfA\ FI ?GERSOMEBLJDD'I day's work. :

Slow to Mature ( VOLJR. NAME ( ; Work seems easier,life pleasanter,
"Let us remember that in social rtJMPED:: 'OuT AN when you are really well-free from
iM THE PAPER the bad feelings and dullness often
structures as well as in organ-
HIT HIM VJlT'ABLACKq'ACk' attending constipation.For .
isms the most worthwhile not ,
] are --VOU FOUND
REA'DIN' ABouT nearly a century, Black-
: /
r those which and mature
"grow NIM IN THE: Draught has helped to bring prompt,
most rapidly. Albert Einstein. TM'THE
.ROBB'RYJ refreshing relief from constipation.
BUSHES- WHAT Thousands of men and women relyon

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r: Sometimes it's undignified

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FEATHERHEADS By 9.borne > Careless of Him

i WISH 1 HE'D HURR'i- ,
You KNoW,.FElIXt -
tN .w '., srtta t COULD o FoR OH, THERE \4E5\ / DROP : y


I I I Care in Reading SA'/1'4O MORE
" It is not the reading of many 1 t COULD STAND a Itl \ 6 I

i' books which makes a man a A 'OF t.
", divine, but the reading a few of NOSE DROPS A BOTTLES'Strengthening i
the best books often over, and \\'s MILk; MYSELFJ I
I with attention.-Bishop Watson., Q -
AND GET SOME v Judgment ,
If you wish to strengthen your !
I'I judgment-exercise it.
j Pure snow-white Morolme helps relieve skin
dryness, itching. Also,used for cuts burns, J1ffflij
bruises. lOc size contains 3M times as muchas :ii: ill Miss

the 5c size. Always demand Moroline. (! t@



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Privilege of Age
"In his middle sixties a man ONr DEAR CAPUD1NE; i
; has right to be Narcissus
a a and HE DROPPED '
I look back into his life and preen r relieves
I himself a bit." William Allen f rue I

quicker because

it's liquid...
,tf l cab _' dwz41 JiJwlvut-
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I The original Life
= Resigned to
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Cellophanewrapped / ;. What is a philosophy of life but
G Jo se resignation to it.
genuine pure prR N

aspirin. /OrSpRt .

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I I I PURE ASPIRIN m Waatetn N. 'oap.r Unto Are Reliable

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09- Blackman's Medicated lick..
I ENOUGH! dear. 1 stopped by the Women's I LONG AND SHORT' A-Brik
OUSEDBV9 club to hear Mrs. Chatterby's lec-
Blackman's Stock Powder
ture on "The Necessity of Cems
Punctual.Pathfinder Magazine. Of Blackman's Cow Tonic
'o D BT. Blackman's Hog Powder
Call More Doctors 3C Blackman's Poultry Tablets

Pat-I hear your brother-in-law I 1 w Blackman's Poultry Powder
is very bad off.
TREATING EXTERNALLY CAUSED Patrita-O, he's good for another Highest Quality-LotoestPrict
yeax yet. Satisfaction Guaranteed or
SKIN Pat-As long as that? your money back
ri Patrita-Yes. He's had four different Gee if 1 could make
I doctors long steps BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
and each one of like you do, Mr. Scissors, I wouldn'twear
them gave him three months to "
IRRITATIONSLike I It out my shoes so fast. CO.
"She plays the piano, with a good live.-The Rail.
deal expression doesn't she?" And How's Mama? Chattanooga,Tenn.

countless individual users "Well, she makes awful faces Metaphysical Culture Officer (to colored driver who _
important hospitals have found when she plays, if that's what you "Do you think there is any such has been whipping his horse)- WNU-7 46-36
treatment with Cuticura brings mean?" thing as,mind reading?' 'Don't whip him, rr,an-talk, tc him. -- -
effective relief from skin irritation. "No," said Senator Sorghum, Driver (to horse, by way of open- -
Cuticura Ointment also helps heal Matter of Taste 'and I hope there nevi will be. ing the conversation-Ah) comes SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZ1
and restore smooth, clear skin. A.-Must I put the stamps on As an exact science mind reading from N'Awleans. Where does 60cr@G / S' $1.20
Cuticura Soap quick lathering myself? would open the way for an unlim- you come from?Southern Lum
mildly medicated ideal for toilet B.-Suit yourself about it. How- ited number of suits for attacks on berman. .
'. and bath. Each 25c. All druggists. ever,' it's customary to put them on private and public character. 6W St
1 the letter. Bright idea QgarOA
Due Bill! 'Janat-Are you really going with W recognized Remedy for Rheumatic
A Good ExcuseIr. Bill-Sa>. Jack, lend Cttve a that rich bozo with a view to marriage and Neuritis luffcrcn. A perfect Blood
Peebles Why are you so nickel, will ya? ? Purifier. Makes thIn Blood Rick and
late? You were to meat me here at Jack-Why. does he need i' bad? Laura-Sure; just a soon as 1 get Healthy. Builds Strength. and Vigor.
Effective luffcr?
Always Why
4 o'clock and now it is neatly six. Bill-I'll say! He needs it to pay I his money I'm going to marry the _
.v>AT'AIw'? f'GQODiJUOr: ; STORESr '
Mrs. Peebles-Now, don't scold. me what he owes mel! I man I,want.-Windsor Star.


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i 1 L SCHOOL NEWS I Performance, Beauty and Safety Mark Chevrolet's Completely New Cars ..:.I

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(Continued from page 5)
high school who made an A in all Chevrolet's 1937 engine is com- # .
pletely new, but adheres
sub:ects for the month.
Ar. ji'tjce pt"o.T.m- closely to time-proved Chev- '. '. -. ,... JI1
) rolet engineering principles. It /-"" '''')'$' ;):.....:'-:;;/' : < : ,'l" .
n.'',c entire school met in the au- is of six-cylinder valve-m-head .:;; ;{fi /' v k-@d .i-1. -. '
I rii'oifam at 2:30' p. Dl. and the folio type, smoother, more powerful, ff.; "n- ; ; 4 ; 1t. i? f ""-- '' .' :

,.. v.>g program was given: "' more economical, and lighter. < 7 M ..1" Jt1 1..: ,'tff<< '.1.Y< :i.:1...
Jagle call, Marie Robbins.
Salute and Pledge Allegiance to r L / i,5; ....aL:_
"a _
.. the Flag, school.D'votional. Qy/r/f's,yyf ,o., f'4 ,
Father J. F. Walsh.
" Song, Columbia the Gem of the y'; ,:

\. Ocean.
:. Recitation, "The Flag", Doris ') 1fiT7rr h( & t'

','. Sim,nons. .
Armistice Day, by twelve third, ..f '
grade pupils. -
Song, "It's a Long Way to Tip-I ,
paraiy" and "Keep the Home

'. Files Burning", led by the seventh

and eighth grades.
,. Recitation, "In Flanders Field", A representative model from Chevro- -
Smith let's new line typifying its beauty and
James grace-the. Master De Luxe Sport
Song, "There are Many Flags in Sedan-with trunk. Note the distinc- I
Many Lands", sixth: grade. tive "speed line" extending back
Soldier's drill, fifth grade boys? from the side of the hood

A group from the local post of the ">'.<..,'
't. American Legion had charge of the 1>-
Unisteel construction .jon;-the
program for the last fifteen minutes. floor, cowl assembly, panels, and
This part of the program was especially Turret Top of Chevrolet's all-
.; appreciated and we wish to silent, all-steel body, to form one I
integral structure, welded in all ,
thank the Legion for their assist .i', '", rfs.
; joints,and reinforced and bracedfor
= and cooperation. w'f
ance .
r h6.C 11'cg1(.j/N permanent silence and safety.

The Everglades Young People's I I
Union, met in Clewiston Tuesday ev :
': .

":.:, ening.,There were sixty-five members <..: "1i: ;;;;j ,mark Beauty the and neVI utility Cbe/- '5Jt tM -11. ..:W'jfj. .

': present Belle Glade got the banner :: rolet instrumeit A mr.; .';> !Q, ;>1 .'Hf-di.: ., .
the attendance. The devotional 'f i :; p t J :<; W r, !f, f:""
f: for largest in panel. The w: d- : : i i'!:. .
Luggage capacity Chevrolet's ltiiK !
service consisted of a song trunk models has been shield is of gre' : if : 1.t.J1f37J.t; : i ll.)o '!M..". '. ..4M
new : :: : .
: service and a talk on Armistice led I greatly increased, as has interior area, with narrrv. Jr1.i 4J( ..;f.W..iib.:: .{:./;;;.....:......t1ltW. [H* 1.:; :l::.W.-c; (<..), '. ".'
by B Tniee O'Neal. After the busines3 luggage space in other models. corner posts, afp" i !;tiJj .:... A';,
better vision -' .:. ..
around i ing : .j f1, ri: .>
mee ing the 'group gathered j ja
fire on the lawn where all joined i New power, economy, durability, safety and comfort, coupled .hevrolet's fully-enclosed Knee-Action is furnished at'no extra, .

in a so">,g Entertainment was pro-' with striking new beauty, characterize.Ch'evrolet's new models cost on the Master De Luxe models; and Syncro-Mesh

vided by Carlton Prevatt and a group 1 1I for 1937. They are offered in two series; Master and Master transmission, and safety plate glass all around at no extra cost I

I De Luxe, virtually identical in appearance. feature all models of both series. ..

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1 of boys who played' guitars and the The restrictions on duck hunting J[ of Fort Denaud; two nephews, Earl DREDGE TOWING JOB

violin. have accomplished a great deal toward [ :Murray and Harvey Dyess, both of AWARDED TO COPPEDGE
I Weiners and coffee were served. an increase in the number of I Fort Denaud, and two neices, 1\Irs.1

Everybody reports that they had a migratory birds. I, C. J. Richawls, of Miami, and 1\1rs.1 A contract for towing the Army

; I good time.Bernice. Among these restrictiens are that i, Frances'Adkison, of LaBelle. Engineer's dredge, Welatka, from
TF. O'Neal, a Junior, waqelected the hunter may net hunt before The funeral was held Wednesday! : Jacksonville to Savannah, was

associate editor. She will fill seven o'clock in the morning and ,ternoon at 2:30 at Englehardt's awarded yesterday to Florida TOTTi -

the vacancy caused by Trevalyn must stop shooting before four o'- :"uneral Home in Fort Myers and in-'I 2 Corporation, headed by W. T.

Moltz' withdrawal. Trevalyn is now clock in the afternoon. His sun ,: erment took place in the Fort My-, Copn g of thl city. The contract

attending the Miami Edison High must not be capable ef, firing more .rs cemetery. Many friends gathered I price was aJlneuced by the U. S.

School in :Miami.Tentative than three shots. He cannot shoot I.to witness the ceremony. I Engineer's office as $653.

from a boat unless it is standing]1 I: The pall bearers were Tom Hull Scheduled to leare here Tuesday

Date Set- still in a blind. He cannot build a''I Judge H. A. Rider, W. P.' Henley, '''n.1vIV. morning in tow of the tug Florence, .

blind and there are restrictions as
to how far from the shoreline he l', Stroup.LaBelle News. port within five days, it was

(Continued from page 1) may do his hunting. iOn stated. '
and better adapted to the growing the whole the outlook is encouraging -,
Blanks To BeContinued Bids for the towing of the Welat-
for a successful hunting] < -
conditions of the 'glades.
t ka's pipe line from Cleuiston to Savannah
Protect Your Home In the camps workmen have reno- season and the majority of local will be opened by the Army

5'-" from TuberculosisBUY vated and rehabilitated the hous.es hunters feel that they will have ( from page 1) Engineers at 10 o'clock this morn-
plenty of time before the first of Jan- I
be the
which are to occupied by negro ing in the Federal Courthouse and
law such agricultural
affected as -
not by
laborers and from the stand- uary to get their share of the game. Postoffice Building.
workers, domestic workers in
CHRISTMAS SEALS point of cleanliness and appearance I nrivate home, self-employment and I Originally built for the Jackson-
these camps rank far ahead of the II END It Y COUNTY PIOXEElt DIES others. These will be explained by ville district of the .U. S. Army Engineers -
-.. majority of labor camps. To keep labor AT FORT DEXAUD HOME I i |I according to officials here,
1 the application blanks which are to :
satisfied through the season and I i the Welatka- recently has been engaged
I 1 be filled out. When the, employer re-!
always insure a plentiful supply of .
I W. L. Murray, of Fort Denaud, ] i'"gives his blank he should have it'' in work 6n Lake Okeechobee.
for harvesting the cane is I
negroes I I died Tuesday at seven o'clock in the: tilled out as quickly as possible inI For the past several months, she has
one of the major problems confront- I evening with a stroke of apoplexy. '; ,:vder that it may be returned to the : been tied up at the dredge depot on .

vU fLOPIDAi ing the company.: That they have suc-i He I was sixty-two years of age. I I Tostoffice and thus to the accounting Talleyrand Avenue, prior to her per-
ceeded well in this is'
very He is survived by: four sisters, 1\11'5.1 I I office and expedite the work of manent transfer to Savannah which
by thE great number of former I
I proven Lee Roan, Mrs. C. Hubert, Mrs. J. sorting and filing the vast. amount was annqunced recently.Jackson-
cutters who return for the cane I:
B. Adams and Mrs. John Dyess, all of information. ville TimesUnion.LS8RKATES .
harvest each year. I
Laborers have been coming in for I!
the past several weeks in ever increasing -

numbers and no shortage of

. labor is anticipated. The company IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH
".' J will have about 3,500 men on the !
: I payroll at the height of the seasonin
( i t t I Ic I the eastern and western divisionsand

In the sugar house. General busi-

ness conditions are improving thru- '\* eI'
.. :
::.. I out the lake region simultaneouslywith

k the beginning of the sugar har- (
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= rfit6 vesting season."SKEETEIl" .

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t. (Moore Haven Democrat) ,

James A. "Skeeter" Barwick sustained A
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a badly bruised right leg and ulF
! Drexel Hamilton received minor injuries :
Stop at the
in an accident which occured RIGA
; yesterday at the Oitona locks construction -
fI.otet'Patcicia312 .
job."Skeeter" .

*. a resi'dent of Clewiston : '
but well known here from 'several !
appearances in the local boxing ring,
r was astride a row of steel sheet pil-.
l< All Outside i Rooms With / ing as they were driven. The boom.

: Private Bath [ "r a portion of the boom broke off I IL

during the operation and dropped! Distributor
COOL, CLEAN, QUIET I tcross the piling directly in frontof ,I /

him. His leg was the only partf r tr '
Overlooking Biscayne Bay
his body touched and although it That Good,

Two. blocks to Shops, Theatre and .vas badly mashed no bones are be-
Business Section: ieved to be broken. -

I I He was brought to Moore Haven fiGuqlGasoline .

RATES :. and given attention by Dr. D. M. .
I I Draughn and will be taken later to \ .

$1.50 Single I a government hospital for :X-Rays. '

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$2.50 Double Hunting Season":'" .

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-ial ; &
family, Weekly IE
(Continued from 1'' VALVESffifcfiSaS : ,
)fmd11) Rates T'age [ UPPER CYL'ilEFR end
until Thanksgiving Day, November r; c a Ltt; .,. .

S. D. Mc REARY, Proprietor 26, so hunters should make a mental : off itv, r":;; i POSER Sffi/ES/ WEA j .
note of this to prevent getting in

wrong with Uncle Sam's wardens !



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