The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1937
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
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KIWANIS CLUB Second Tennis Court NEGRO RELEASED ,: Fire Destroys TwoPacking MRS. RACKSTRAW ;

To Be Opened SoonThe I Houses


second of the series of three! I Fire, of undetermined origin, said

COMMITTEESStanding tennis courts in the community play- CHRISTMAS DAY:I to have originated in the J. S. Aly PRIZE THIRD TIME '

packing house in South Bay destroyed -
ground was completed the first of
!I that plant and also that of E. L.
this week and it is planned to
committees to handle the Joe Davis, Harlem negro and cane Ryder which adjoined it on Tuesday Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw won for the

affairs of the local Kiwanis Club I'' the court Sunday or Monday for cutter for the United States Sugar I I night. The flames spread to four third consecutive year the prize of-

during the new year were named last play. Pouring of concrete on the fin- Corporation, was given a hearing in refrigerator cars standing nearby on fered by the Garden Club for the

Wednesday night at the regular al court was also started this week. Justice of the Peace court Christ-i'i a side track of the F. E. C. and de:: best decorated outdoor tree and ..

meeting by the new president of the It Is reported that the time on the mas night for the fatal shooting of stroyed them as well as five small there will. be few if any who saw

club, I. M. Pafford, as follows: project will be up the latter part of his wife, Hattie Davis, with a 22-I,[I wooden structures. The damage was her tree who will not agree with the '
Program Committee: Art Law- ''estimated! at upward of 25,00p.
decision of the judges.
this month eliminating possibility of caliber rifle earlier in the day and
rence, chairman; Dr. D. J. WJlliams I I I Mrs. Rackstraw decorated a living
further construction I but; plans are the jury which also acted as coron-hastily
and Dr. J. W. Ezelle. being made for the submission of I er's jury, released him after evidence I I I tree, a tall evergreen reachingwell
Public Affairs and Classification:' and Belle Glade but the flames had above the eaves of the house, in .
supplemental projects for final com-' showed that the shooting of the woman -
E. E. Kelly, chairman, and ,D. G. pletion of the work. had been accidental.The 'I gained too much headway by the brilliant white lights and tinsel. At '
Alston. time they arrived to permit anything the top of the tree was a large white '
Meantime approval has ween given story was that Davis had
save protection of other buildings. star and few feet above and to
Underpriveleged Children: A. A. a one
the local swimming pool project and been having a quarrel with Jimmie !
Munroe,'_chairman; Dr. J. TV. Ezelle the new negro school at Bear Beach. Lee Anderson, another cane-cutter,1'I'j I Many growers suffered some loss side a lighted moon was hung. Mrs.
F. Schiffli. in the fire, M. H. Crouch of this city W.. F. Simpson was awarded second
t.j }P.d Dr. O. These projects have been approvedboth and went to get the rifle with intentto
..t' losing a carload of new potato hampers for the outdoor Hers
; Church: A. W. Sias chairman andJ. I' prize was
by the district office in Miami shoot' Anderson. Seeing his intent'his
which are understood to have artificial in the lawn
tree set
an up
P. Tippey. and by the state office 'and are now\ wife rushed between them and'
Si- been stored In one of the houses that and covered with colored lights.,
A.V. ,
and House
Attendance : :
awaiting final approval in Washington. grasped the barrel of the rifle. The
Ezelle B. I,I burned. 3',000 bushels of potatoes For the second straight year Mrs.
as, chairman; Dr. J. It is expected that constructionwork hammer was cocked and the gun fir-
just dug from a field in the vicinity I D. Leydig took the prize for ,the
E. Nail and R. M. Bishop.. will start on the swimmingpool ed, the bullet penetrating her chest *
Publicity: J. G. Niblack, chairman; shortly after the playground and going completely through her,, were left a smouldering mass. Thos- best decorated doorway. '
A. A. Munroe and Gideon Brown. project is closed. body. ', ands of hampers of beans were del The judges of the contest were:

Kiwanis-Education": J. E. Beards- 'I l stroyed. Mrs. H. C. Kolstad Mrs. C. L. Downs,
The verdict of the coroner's jury,
ley, chairman; Dr. D. J. Williamsand I and Sidney Hoover, and decorationswere
A. W-. Lawrence.' Joe Greenberg Dies summoned for the investigation by I, Dredge "Reliable"Burns viewed both by day and nighton
Justice of the Peace G. Small was
Christmas Eve. Prizes will be
Reception and Interclub Rela-

tions: T. B. Shelley, chairman; 'H. R. Suddenly in Belle GladeJoe through that the the woman accidental came to discharge her death ofa I j I On RiverThe awarded at a later' meeting of the

Hall and H. H. Turner.
22-caliber rifle in the hands of her club.Mrs.
Playground: J. F. Tippey: chair- F. 11. Wright, president of
E. died husband, Joe Davis. I dredge "Reliable", small hy-
Greenberg suddenlyon
man; ,H. H. Turner and A. O. Ward. the club, states that she is pleased
Finance: A. O. Ward, chairman; Tuesday of last week in Belle 'Members of the jury: were: Keath-I draulic machine belonging to Dave with the splendid showing made by

W. W. Perry, D. G. Alston and T. B. Glade, death being attributed to ley Bowden, O. .E. Tyler Ireland of Fort Myers was completely the participants in the contest anis .

Shelley. heart failure. He had been in poor more, Harry Turner A. L. Morganand I destroyed by fire Saturday night hopeful that next year there will

Vocational Guidance: D. G. Als- health for some- time having spent Dr. O. F. Schiffli. near Lock No.3, east of LaBelle, be a greater interest shown adding
several weeks in a Fort Myers hos- where she started work recently to to the attractiveness of the
that Davis greatly
ton, chaiiinan, T. B. Shelley and R. Rumors was later pick-
C. Wilson. pital a year ago. ed up by Sheriff H. L. Delaney after complete the contract of the Atlantic city during the holiday season.

Song: J. E. Beardsley: chairman; Mr. Greenberg was the manager ofthe the finding of additional evidence Dredging Company in the Caloosa-

Miss Marion Leydig and H. R. Hall. Phillips Store while it was located has not been substantiated. hatchee. Only the nightwatchman
was on the machine at the time the
Assistant secretary: W. W, Perry. in Moore Haven later taking over HUNTING SEASON
After the naming of the commit- the' management of the same store fire started.
here. More than a lear he left Mr. Morris, the nlghtwatchmau
tees with an appropriate short talk ago
RIVER AND LAKE stated that the fire broke out whenhe
Clewiston to the store
by: the president, B. E. Herring gavea manage in ENDED YESTERDAY
committee report on the distribu- LaBelle.He turned on the light plant. A sparkis
believed to have ignited fumes
tion of the gifts accumulated for un- was born in Macon Ga., but JOBS NEAR END gas ---
and within a short time the superstructure -
derpriveleged children at the last spent his boyhood and young man- Yesterday afternoon the hunting
all ablaze and the
meeting. President Pafford also gavea hood, in Savannah. He leaves his season for Hendry county officially

report on ,a Kiwanis officers training widow, associated with him in busi- DREDGES MOVING 23,000;: flames were seen for many miles. ended as it did in Glades county,
The Reliable used the west
school, he, attended recently in ness, his mother and a brother and YARDS MATERIAL DAILY Lee county and Collier county tho
end of the Caloosahatchee water-
Miami. sister in Thomaston, Ga. The body season having been cut in half be-
was taken to Savannah for jnterr- The combined daily average for way at Fort Myers by the Gulf Con- cause of the depletion of game by
t the four machines onI I struction Company, was taken after
at work
n en t. floods in these counties last June. ,
PASTURE GRASSESTO the north shore- levee from the' Kis- the conclusion, of that contract to The duck season, governed by federal -
the Carolinas for work in the
Cartee-Rider Marriage simmee River to Nubbin Slough in 'I some law ended on Christmas day,, ,...; _
i the vicinity of Okeechobee City' has Intracoastal canal. She was moved
Fair had by those
BE STUDIEDGainesville been I back about three weeks ago and had success
estimated at 25,000 cubic
Solemnized In LaBelleOf hunters who were able to be out during -
and the levee is being thrown into, sub-contracted the remainder of the and local
the short season many
place with little loss of time. MacKenzie work in the vicinity of
went out for the last few
'Fla.-Research work parties
LaBelle, about a quarter of a million
will be initiated soon on one of the much interest to friends here is The Willbanks-Pierce Company days.
the announcement of the contracted the entire levee job butsubcontracted' yards.
biggest fundamental problems facing I marriageof Whether or not the MacKenzie I
Miss Carrie Eunice Rider and the greater part to
Florida farmers-that of growing desirable company has taken any steps to secure Six People InjuredIn
Wade the Hill Dredging Company of BaltImore I
grasses in sufficient quanti- McKinley Cartee, in LaBelle a dredge to replace the Reliable

ties to feed their dairy ,and beef cat- Sunday afternoon.The leaving only one small drag- is not definitely ,known but there Highway: AccidentSix
tle and other animals.. The Florida ceremony was performed in line to throw up retaining levees for that the Standard dredge
are rumors
Agricultural Experiment Station is the presence of only the immediate the Hill dredge, "Vontnor". The "Tampa" may be brought back to
inaugurating a comprehensive families and a few close friends at Hill company in turn subcontracteda
pas- at least
do the work as soon as their clean- people were injured,
ture investigation program ,early in the home of the bride's parents, portion of their work to the Atlantic -
up work on the adjoining contractis two of them seriously ia an auto-
1937 to supplement its pasture research Judge and Mrs H. A. Rider at six Dredging and Construction (Mac-

already under way* it is an- o'clock in the afternoon, Rev. John Kenzie) and this company has two completed. mobile wreck this side of Palnidalo, ,

nounced by H. Harold Hume 'assist C. Hartsfield, pastor of the LaBelle large machines at work there. CANE POLE FISHERMAN on highway 67 shortly after dark

ant director of research. ''I Methodist church officiating. Follow- MAKES BIG CATCH
Roy E. Blazer has been appointed ing the wedding Judge and Mrs. Rider SPAPARO STARTS POURING women I ,

assistant agronomist to conduct the entertained with a wedding din- FLOOR IX OHTOXA LOCKS a
F. Nail, an Isaac Walton disci- from Missouri on their way home
new projects. He will begin work ner after which the couple left for --
January 15. Graduate of Nebraskaand a tour of the state and will returnto I The work: of pouring the concrete ple of the old school, scorning to from Miami, crashed into a light

Rutgers universities with mostof make their;, home in LaBelle. floor in the new lock at Ortona was use the modern artificial tackle, truck loaded with oranges and driv-

his work completed for the Ph.D. Mrs. Cartee is a graduate of the begun this week by the Spadaro Con- I trudged off to the levee canal just ,en by Carl Kipt of Gardner. The

degree, the new appointee comes LaBelle High School, later attended tracting Company, contractors on the '
north of the locks Monday with cane headed this way and was
truck was
well recommended. Southern College in Lakeland and is job. This is the last of the concrete I
I pole i in one hand and a bucket of headlight, Kipt
to repair a
with the stopped
work exception of the
, Eight principal lines of pasture investigation now a teacher in the LaBelle schools. :
" ,Mlt are under consideration Mr: Cartee, for the past year has for the steel sHeet piling which forms shiners in the other. When he returned was partially crushed against his

't1 at this timer Mr. Hume says. These been manager of the Alston Drug the walls of the ,lock chamber. to the locks a couple of hours later truck in the collision and is reported -

include efforts; to find inexpensive Store in LaBelle having been trans- Fabrication of the steel gates is he carried a string of fish of which to have received a badly broken
practical methods of clearing land; ferred there from Moore Haven almost completed and the work of
any: angler might well be proud. leg. His father H. Kipt, leaped from
weed destruction and removal; water where he managed the Moore Haven dredging material from the channel
has been speeded considerablyin There were nineteen fish in the the seat before the collision and was
pastures, or the production of desirable Pharmacy for several months. He up
forage plants in wet places; was also employed for a time in an effort to have the locks in string weighing from one pound to uninjured.The .

determining the, value of fertilizerson Alston's. I shape by February first that boats seven pounds for an average of about Missouri car turned over sev-

pastures, with, particular refer- may be locked through by hand op- three. pounds.! eral times and stopped in the shallow -

ence to phosphorus and calcium; development MOOHK, HAVEN BASKETBALL eration of the gates. Electrical equipment roadside ditch. All of the occupants -

of leguminous pasture TEAM WINS TWO GAMES will be added after that time. Another nice string was broughtin were ,badly cut up and some

plants; value and method of handling Tuesday from Lake Hicpochee I' of them were believed to be suffer-
the The Moore Haven EAST SHORE REVETMENT caught with artificial tackle by W. Full extent -
Napier grass as. a pasture crop; High School ing from internal injuries.
introduction of new pasture plants; basketball team triumphed in two: ALMOST: HALF COMPLETE E. Bushhusen and son Billy, of Kansas of the injuries could not be determined -

and methods of establishing and games\Wednesday night with the The revetment work being done' City, Kansas, Norman Sander of last night. The wreck was

means of maintaining pastures. town teams of Clewiston and Lake- by the U. S. Engineers along the .'I Fort Myers and Harry Shields. There reported to Sheriff J. J. Wiggins who

Investigations already have shown port. They defeated the Clewiston east shore levee from Bacom Point I w'ero about twenty fish weighing took Dr. E. R. Morlan and went'outto
that soils of certain in Flor- lads by a of 46-14 but Dr. Morlan
score ,
areas were : bring in the injured
10 Mayaca, has been, placed with from a pound to four pounds.-
ida deficient In minerals= held to a of victory treatment his offices.
are par- narrower margin all giving at
possible speed as a result the Moore Haven Democrat.
ticularly and calcium- by the Lakeport team Missouri car
phosphorus winning work almost half completed at this Occupants of the

and that animals grazed on vegeta- 27-21.. time. The spread for the school-lunch were: l1Iand Mrs. B. H. Hertensteia ,
tion produced by these soils develop Lineups for the Clewiston enrich and daughter, MalT Louise and Mrs.Hertenstein's .
game Capt. G. E. LinksVilcr in chargeof ,sandwiches may be made to
sweeney, salt sick and other troubles were: Clewiston; Jack Turnerc; the U. S. Engineer sub-office, In the lunch in vitamin C if grated or father amI'mother, Mr.,

caused by mineral deficiency. Effort John Daughtery and V. C. Woodward Clewistcn stated this week that, approximately finely ground raw vegetables such as and Mrs. W. T. Combs. All were
will be made to 'overcome this lackof guards and Boyd Vorhees and from Memphis Mo. Miss Hertenst: :n
2,800 yards of rock and carrots cabbage, parsley or spinachare
minerals in the plants, in the hope Red Hawkins to be the least seriously injured -
forwards. Moore Haven bacl:-fill material are being placed mixed with creamed butter for appeared
,,: that more luxuriant growth will be : Howell and Varnadoe, forwards daily and that the end of the year the filling. and although badly cut sboit

produced and more healthy animals Boe, center; Saxon and Close, found about 200,000 yards of mater- the face and neck s"emed' bw ia
will result from grazing the vege- guards. In the Lakeport. game, Lake-, ial in place, 65,000 yards of whichis fair condition and able to talk. She

tation. port: Carl Close, center Wendell l stated that the part had been on
... ", ; stone placed in the retaining wall. creased the necessary volume to a- '
Most leguminous plants need phos- Click and Lyle Dean, guards; Bobbie This yardage, Capt. .Linkswilar bout 450,000 yards. Three hard wind a short visit to Miami and were head-
", phorus and calcium for best growth Hooker and Duane Thielen, for-I stated, is about four-fifths of the or- squalls since' the start of the work ed for Sebring to spend the night.

and it is believed that a pasture fer- wards. The school lineup was the iginal estimated yardage for com has washed away additional thous- They planned on spending the fol-

: tilizing program would 'make possi- same with Billy Adkins, Gilbert Thie- pletion of the work but continued ands of yards of material from the lowing night in Palatka and then

ble legume production at the same len and Knud Doe working part of erosion in some sections since the face of the levee built! through. the), leaving for their home In Missouri.

.'!. time would POt he too. expensive. the game a. substitute" ?. computation[ !) were jnadg have inl open lake Moore Haven! Democrat,

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News Review of Current IMPROVED "


WEEK Events the World Over SUNDAY LessonBy g L Questions .

Add chopped pickles, pimientoesand
From Qld China REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. olives
Dean of the :Moody Bible Instituteof to regular cabbage
She Wore Boy's Clothes President Back in Washington Preparing for Inauguration Chicago. salad and you will concoct a tasty

The Long Farewell -Hopkins May Get New Cabinet Post-Wallace
Dangerous Gold, in Russia Urges Permanent Crop Control. *
Lesson for January 3
A roar comes from the great Parchment shades, if they are

Chinese dragon, the 400,000,000tl By EDWARD W. PICKARD shellacked and varnished, may be
t live, labor, Western Newspaper Union. THE SON OF GOD BECOMES washed with white soap; and water.A .

die and are ex I MAN little ,furniture polish applied
i: ploited. The Chinese RETURNING to Washington in were killed either in its fall or byI after washing helps to brighten
Generalissimo and spirits after his exposure. Searching parties found LESSON TEXT-John 1118. them.

Chiang Kai- trip to Buenos Aires, President possible traces of the accident ina -GOLDEN TEXT-And the Word was made *

m Shek, attached to Roosevelt plunged into a great broken tree and "tracks" in the flesh PRIMARY, and dwelt TOPIC-Jesus'among; us. John 1:14. A little salt added to an egg
ancient Chinese mass of work that snow, but the weather was so Home. before
the JUNIOR beating makes it light and
TOPIC-The of
k ? F belief that had accumulated on severe and the region so isolated Boyhood easier to beat.
his desk. There that the INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC-
i hunt was badly hampered.
right is so powerful /.: 9r. God Coming! to Us in Jesus. Associated New papcrs.-WNU Service.
L that it does were numerous reports Those aboard the plane which start- YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-

no. "require to be on govern- s .ed from Los Angeles were Mr. and The Fact and Purpose of the Incarnation. .rrr..r..M..a.M .
ment activities to be Mrs. John Wolfe of Chicago, just
; supported or enforced -
a. by read, plans for the married; Henry W. Edwards of Min- The opening of a new year always i Ask Me Another

might," is arrested inaugural on January neapolis; Carl Christopher of brings with it a sense of solemn responsibility -

., by his muti 20 to be made; Dwight, Ill; Stewardess Gladys for one's life and serv- A General Quiz
nous troops demanding outlining his inau- Witt, and Pilots S. J. Samson and ice, and at the same time a thrilling

"an immediate gural address, and William Bogan. expectancy. No better way can be Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.

Arthur DrUbnne declaration consultation with found to begin this year of our Lord, s t.wwrAeaAAArrrrq.rASewww

of war against Japan; recovery the full cabinet concerning president EXTENSION of the glass workers' 1937, than in the study"of God's

of all Chinese territory, including the pro- Roosevelt to plants in Toledo, Word, not only by ourselves, but 1. Bye what country were doub- I 1
Manchuria." gram for his second ; Charleston, W. Va., and Shreveport, in the fellowship of others in the loons coined? "
term. Still more immediate was the La., brought the flat glass industry church and Sunday school. 2. In politics, what is a refre-
This outbreak worries Tokyo, and task of his annual almost endum?
writing messageon to a standstill. The clos-
The series of
lessons outlined for
it might, if China had a few fight the state of the nation and his ing of these factories is directed the I 3. Who was father of Mary

ing leaders, with enough airplanes budget message for the coming fiscal against the automobile industry, but year gives opportunity us the eagerly of studying apprehended -I I Queen of Scots?

and?good pilots. China now is like year. Then, too, he is expectedto the Ford company is equipped to the I 4. What was a corvette?
during first three months the
Niagara Falls before the turbines considerable its 5. What the two chief islands
devote time to con- produce own glass and the other of are -
were put in, much power going to sideration automobile Gospel John. Space does not of New Zealand called
of the revamping of the makers are said to of ?
permit a suitable introduction to
waste. What could military genius cabinet and to plans for reorganizing have enough glass in stock for a that here 6. What is the atlas bone?
and study but we 'trust thatno
modern weapons accomplish, the government machinery in month. It was estimated that 14- 7. What is an Eurasian?
one will fail to read 'John 20:31:
backed ,
by a nation DJ 400,000,000? various departments. 300 men were idle at the plants of which 8. Who was Pluto's wife?
states the purpose of the
The inaugural ceremonies will be the Libby Owens and Pittsburgh apostle in writing. 9. What president of tire U. S.

Helen Coberly said she "never simple in, accordance' with Mr. Plate Glass companies.The Three great and fundamental had Rutherford for his first name?

liked girl's clothes, wanted to be a Roosevelt's wishes, and the tradi- new strikes were called after questions are answered in chapter 10. What is a collect?
boy." tional ball will be omitted. After leaders of the Federation of Flat 1:1-18 11. What is a foot pound?
namely, (1) Was Jesus Christ
Millions of other girls have said consultation with Rear Admiral Glass Workers failed to reach an God or man? (2) Does it matter 12. Who won the Battle of the

that. Helen lived up to it, put on I Cary T. Grayson, chairman of the agreement with representatives of how we regard him and relate our Pyramids?

boy's clothes, went through the inaugural committee and Vice the two companies concerning lives to him? (3) Is there suitable Answers

boys' high school to the senior class, President Garner, it was decided strikes already in progress. Libbey- evidence upon which we may rest 1. Spain.

earning her way "digging ditches, that the parade should be limitedto Owens also was negotiating for a our faith in him? 2. ,The reference of some ques-
mending fences." units from the army, navy and new union contract.. tion to a vote of the people.
I. Jesus Christ Is God (John 1:
marine and from the West Employers said the impasse was
corps 3. James V of Scotland.
Known to be from
a girl, expelled 1-5).
Point and Annapolis academies. reached as a result of the union's 4. A wooden war vessel.
the class, she weeps. Some intelli- Governors of all the states will be determined demands for a closed "In the beginning" of Genesis 1:1, 5. North Island and South Is-

gent young man with blue eyes anda invited but they will be limited to shop, a checkoff system of union Jesus Christ already "was" not only land.
kind heart, marrying Helen Co "with God but he "was God." He
three motor cars apiece. There will dues, and wage increases. ,
6. The top-most bone of the
berly, might some day be the father Glen W. is the living "Word the completeand .
be no civilian organizations in the McCabe, president of the spine. .
of a great American.The final revelation of God. He is
parade. Grand stands are, being Glass Workers' federation, denied 7. One of mixed European and
constructed on both sides of Penn- the union was demanding a closed infinite, eternal, divine, both the Asiatic blood.

former King Edward has bid sylvania avenue at the White'House, shop or that the checkoff system Creator and Redeemer. He is both J. Persephone (or Prosperpine).

farewell to England, and Englandand and on the steps of the Capitol. had to be granted.SECRETARY the Life and the Light of men., That 9. Hayes. .

the rest of the world bid fare- One of Mr. Roosevelt's first duties Light shines in the darkness but 10. A short ,
well to the young man, who told his was a sad one-that of attendingthe OF AGRICULTURE the darkness does not comprehendit. a pound-weight one foot.

people: "I have found it impossibleto funeral services for August Gen- in his annual reportto 11. The work required to raise r;

carry the 'heavy burden of re- nerich, his close friend and body- the President, recommends that, II. Men Are Either Believers or a pound-weight one foot.

sponsibility without the help and 'guard who died suddenly in Buenos instead of "emergency crop adjust- Unbelievers (vv. 6-13). 12. The French under Napoleon.
support of the woman I love." Aires. ,The, services were held in ments,"' the government establisha There are only two classes of peo-
the White House and with the Presi- permanent production control. In
A good many men might say that ple who will read these lines-the
who do not realize it. dent were Mrs. Roosevelt, Vice this Mr. Wallace ignores the opin- saved and the unsaved. What a solemn Alligator and CrocodileThe
President and Mrs. Garner and cab- ion of the_ Supreme court in the
thought! To which class do I
Whoever wrote, or helped to write alligator is so closely alliedto
inet members.The Hoosac Mills case holding that
that broadcast it was sincere belong? / the crocodile that
a some naturalists -
touching farewell to the world'shighest President and his household congress has no power to regulate The Lord of Glory, the Creator of: have classed them to-
were cheered by news from Boston agriculture. The secretary said that
all to his world
things came own
position and well done. It differs
gether as one genus.
that Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. ill shortage caused by drouth could
, There is no doubt that the young and it "knew him not" (v. 10). How from the true crocodile principally -
in hospital with a only be temporary and that the
a streptococcus
King inspired it. tragic is that fact, but how much in having the head broader and
infection and sinusitis, was recover- natural reaction will be productionthat
deeper is the stab of the next verse,
shorter and the snout obtuse -
ing rapidly, that an operation prob- will glut the market and pile his own people "received him not." more

Russia's production of gold in- ably would not be necessary and up surpluses. Soil conservationalone The Light still shines in the world, in having the fourth enlarged

creases rapidly, with 144 gold fields that the young Harvard senior hasa he said, is not a sufficient and it is still all too true that men tooth of the under jaw receded,

active; the total production not less good chance of spending Christ- preventive of overproduction.In love "darkness rather than light be- not into an external notch, but intoa

than $200,000,000 ; year, and according mas in the White House. another section of his report, cause their deeds are evil" (John pit formed ,for it within the up-
Wallace cited that per one; in wanting a jagged
to some estimates nearly figures showing
lost "dead
Such in
3:19). men are ,
$500,000,000. JOHN HAMILTON is still chair- imports of agricultural products ex- and sin" fringe which appears on the hind
trespasses (Eph. 2:1)
ceeded 418 million dol- legs and feet ,of th ecrocodile and
Russia already Canada man of the Republican national exports by
thank God there those
surpasses But, are
committee. A t meeting in Chi- lars' in the fiscal 1936. He in having the toes'of the hind feet
and the United States in gold pro- a year who "receive him" (v. 12), and to
duction, and expects soon to sur- cago 74 of the 76 members in at- blamed this, however, on the them he gives the power or authority webbed not more than one-haf

pass the British South African gold tendance rejected his resignation, drouth, rather than the scarcity pol- to be the sons of God. This the way to the tips.
and he "I'm icies of the old AAA and the administration's The names "alligator" and"crocodile"
fields, and all the gold goes to the responded: gratified, change is expressly declared to bea.
and I'll trade agreements.The are often confused in
keep right on working.
and min
government. Prospectors
Not by reason of family, or
ers get "praise." The opposition to Hamilton was led report asserted that a per- "not of blood" popular speech, and the structureand
by Hamilton Fish of'New York, but manent agricultural policy should habits of the' two animalsare
This b. Not natural 'instinct de-
gold production does not by or
achieve "soil conservation so similar that both often are
it dwindled, rapidly during the de consumer -
not "of the will of theflesh"
mean greater power for bolshevism. velopment,
bate. protection, and crop control altogether considered under the heading
Quite the other way, it may be the ; andc. "
Before Hamilton but outlined no specific "crocodile.
adjournment ,
worst thing that could happen to the Not by ''human volition or willpower
empowered to appoint a group of plan for attaining all those objec-
Karl Marx-Lenin-Stalin theory.As not "of the will of man, but
Republicans soon to formulate a tives.
nations and individuals be- of God.
plan to bring the party funds out of
come rich they become These are important matters and
conserva- the red. Treasurer C. B. Goodspeed JOACHIM VON RIBBENTROP, WATCH' YOUR
tive. well ask "What evi-
-* German ambassador to England some one may '
reported that the campaign expendi- I
dence is there for these things?
tures were $6,546,776, and that the addressing an English audience in
There is still for Faith is not a venture into the
reverence Eng- deficit was $901,501. London, told the world plainly that
lish kings in "democratic Amer- Germany intends to ,dark. We have the strongest of all
ica." In New York clubs of "aristocratic" foundations in the sure Word of]
C ECRETARY OF PUBLIC WEL- scrap "the discrimi-
Medical Authorities recognize the
The evidences of
God. Christianityare
membership all rose FARE" may be the title of a nating part of the value of a balanced Alkaline Re-
wher the broadcast began, and not new member of the President's Versailles treaty" ;.:. many, thoroughly full, and sat- serve as an aid to cold prevention.LUDEN'S .
one sat down while the King was cabinet, and it may be held by and that Adolf Hit- isfying to any honest inquirer. We

speaking. In England they sat down IT$pMY.. _.., Harry L. Hopkins, Jer is determined to refer, to but one.

they are used to kings there. r/ t WPA administrator.The regain colonies for III. Our Faith Rests on the Testi-

Mrs. C. H. Wilson of Co'umbia ., ,:; his of Eye Witnesses ( 14-18).
r. "., ,v, ,. :', ,: "" ', creation of this country. mony w. contribute to your Alkaline Re-
S. C., went farther; her house was .:;( ,: i:; department has "One thing is cer- John the Baptist and John the serve because they contain an

on ,fire, she told firemen, let me been under consideration tain," he said, "and Apostle both beheld the "glory as ALKALINE FACTOR 5BLACKMAN
know if you think the 'roof will fall, for some this I cannot help ,% of the only begotten of the Father"in

and went on listening to Prince Ed- II time and becomesprobable stating: Germanyhas the One who as the "Word was

ward, while the house burned.It with the made up her made flesh and dwelt among" them.

takes a long time to breed out T:%; plans for consolidation mind 'to get rid of Joachim von The law was "given by Moses"v.

of 'human beings that which' is in- rl\.1f,4 j;)';'; :" of several governmental that discriminating Ribbentrop ( 17), that is, God sent the law

bred into them through ages; hence ;i )Jx;.+>,,';. agenciesand part of the Versailles treaty whichno through a human messenger. "But
the persistence of our various su :. ';&;,/{"", activities pertaining great nation could have tolerated grace and truth came by Jesus
II. L. IlopkinsWITH to public forever. Christ. No messenger, no matter
welfare, from the "To attain this aim by agree- how great or worthy, would do to Are Reliable

Congress resumes work soon; social security program and the in- ment, der fuehrer and chancellor bring the gospel of the grace of

what will it do, and try to do? How dependent office of education to made his offer to.the world, but the God. His only begotten Son brought : w> Blackman's Medicated lick-

will it interpret the 46 to 2 vote, the children's bureau now in the world, still blind and wrapped up it; it came by him. I 'A-Brik

"all present" except Maine and Ver- Department of Labor. in the mentality which is generally Blackman's Stock Powder
mont; how will the unwieldy Demo There has been talk that the new known today as 'the spirit of Ver- Waste Not w

cratic majority deal with Its prob- department might be given to Miss sailles,' did not respond. ,Waste not the smallest thing DBlackman's Cow Tonic '

lems? Perkins, who is slated to retire from "But der fuehrer sees now, as created, for grains of sand make DIr Blackman's Hog Powder ..
It will probably try to do what- the labor secretaryship, but general before, in the possession of colonies mountains. Waste not the smallest Dtf- Blackman's Poultry Tablets '

ever President Roosevelt tells it to opinion is that Hopkins, favorite desired for supply of raw ma- time in imbecile infirmity, for well w Blackman's Poultry Powder
do; that last election seemed to money dispenser of the administration terials only, on one side, and in thou knowest that seconds form

intimate that the President has thepublic's i will get the: job. world trade on the other, two most eternity.-E. Knight. I Highest Qaality-Lowest Price

permission to do as he essential means of raising the Satisfaction Guaranteed or

pleases. five men and two women standard of life of his people from Growth of Friendship your money back

And that makes the situation ,ex- a big liner of, the the present subsistence level. Friendship is no plant of hasty I
tremely difficult for the President. Western Air Express disappearedin "A reasonable solution to 'the growth; though planted in esteem's BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

There is such a thing as TOO MUCH fog and storm south, of Salt Lake colonial question, therefore, is most deep-fixed soil, gradual culture of
approval, too much POWER. City and it was believed it had desirable and to my mind to theinteres't kind intercourse must bring it toperfection. r BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.

Q King Features WNU Service.Syndicate, InCa crashed and that all seven persons of all in the long run." .-Joanna Baillie. I Chattanooga, Tenn.THE .


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I'T1 MJUA "Quotations"It's

for Samuel Joliiig< nOnce
.. ,< ..awenaw%>$ c@, a
kta; x. :A dyy yl y mighty for the
Ytj : y s a ; good thing while
attending iozal
hole world to keep your word.- a
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Samuel Johnson was reminded
Politeness is not one of the things by a foppist physician of
'i .'" inculcated by the American educational his having been in company with
) ::" ::';:"" ,system.-H. L. Mencken.It him on a former occasion.
;: FEED HIGH ; CULLPOULTRY takes centuries to win a little "I am sure that I do not remember -
freedom and a very few minutes to it," replied Mr. Johnson.

FLOCKS ___ .! ')..rypt" destroy it.-Sir Ernest J. P. Ben;,. The physician still insis ed, add-
Broadcasting the culture of other ing that he that day wore so finea

of Birds to N> SQ!.': nations helps us to understand their coat it must have. attracted his
., ; Urged thoughts.: -Guglielrno Marconi.I attention.

rr Keep Only Good Stock. been attribute extremely my] nsiderate long life to having of my "Sir," said Samuel Johnson,

'1"b' rlr!., .i..;,,. stomach.-Daniel Frohman.It had you been dipped ir. PactolusI
r, By Roy S. Dearstyne Head of Poultry De- was not Germany which lost the should'not have noticed you!"
North Carolina State Col-
partment lege.-WNU Service. last war; it was Europe. Anotherwar By way of explanation-Pacto
The high price of feedstuffs is ; would destroy us.-Benito Mus lus: A river of ancient Lydia,
leading to a critical situation in the solini. famed for the gold found in its

poultry industry. Small flock owners I sands.

are especially hard hit.

But regardless of price, the poul-,

iryman balanced cannot feeding compromise if he hopes with to I Smart Rug Easy to Make I I

maintain the ,quality of his flock. ,
Very cheap mashes are usually

low in digestibility and thus are candlewicking may also be used.

costly in the long run., ,_ Done in Germantown the
If"you have inferior birds in your View of the Crowded Harbor of Malta. squares would make a handsome

flock cull them out and spend your cushion or chair set. In pattern
Prepared by the National Geographic Society. the, centuries of
only to feed the really good During, many 5699
money Washington. D. C.-WNU Service. you will find'complet... instruc-
;birds. If you cannot afford to feed' seventeen and a half their recorded history the Maltese tions and charts for making the
; all your birds well, keep only those ONLY long and nowhere have had many rulers: the Phoe- square shown; an illustration of
can afford to feed. wide nicians and their offspring, the Car- '
r you than nine miles it and of the stitches needed; ma-
'.; :. If there 'has been a time during Malta, important island in thaginians, then Romans, Arabs, terial requirements.

the past ten years when poultrymen Britain's lifeline to the East, is Normans, Aragonese and Castilians, To obtain this pattern send 15
had to cull very carefully, the principal island of one of the then for two and a half centuriesthe cents in stamps or coins (coins
international Order of St.
now is that time. smallest archipelagoes in the world.It preferred) to The Sewing Circle
To meet high feed prices, the average survives from those remote days Jerusalem (we also know them Household Arts Dept., 259 W.

production per bird in the flock when continents were differently 'as the Hospitalers, and as the Fourteenth street, New York, N. Y.
must be increased and this be Knights of Rhodes and Knights of
can shaped and the Mediterranean wasa Write plainly
pattern number
done by keeping only the highest : series of lakes, divided by land Malta) and finally, after a brief your name and address.Continuity ,
French the British.
producers.The occupation,
bridges that connected Europe with
lesson of this year should be Africa.Of Despite so cosmopolitan a his
tory, the Maltese have clung tenaciously of Life
sufficient to prove to all poultrymen one of these bridges the ,
that better breeding to their ancient"Semitic The of culture is to '
a program Maltese archipelago is today the Pattern 5699 purpose
for the future is imperative. If more sole existing pier, the, one frag- tongue, which is recognized by ex- set you free from the present
attention had been paid to breedingin ment extant of a causeway along perts to be of Phoenician structure, Just a simple square, repeatedand moment, and give you a sense of
the past poultrymen would not which prehistoric pachyderms and and, to all intents,and purposes, the joined together forms this the continuity of life; the essenceof

be so bothered by high prices now. ruminants groped their puzzled way language of Dido and Hannibal. smart ,rug. You'll love doing the vulgarity is to be 'wrapped up

And right now is the tjme to start to the African warmth when driven Neolithic Sanctuaries. colorful squares ir varied colors, in the concerns of your own time, '

breeding for. the future. When mat- from Europe by its increasing gla-: Naturally, the old Maltese lan- and, in no time at all, you'll have accepting its standards as per-
ing the breeding birds, place the ciation. guage has borrowed, in the courseof enough completed to make this manent.-Upton Sinclair.
males in the pens in time to adapt Some of these mighty beasts lingered ages, words from other lan- stunning rug. Here's one way to
themselves to new conditions be- too long on the Maltese pier, guages, but it has always fitted turn useless 'rags into something
fore eggs are saved'for hatching. and the cave of Ghar Dalam, near them into 'its own Semitic frame: worthwhile, though rug wool or When Women .

r;. Be sure that only vigorous, the southern extremity of the island work. The Maltese who emigratedto Need Cardui

::..' ;r14 healthy, standard males of good type is full of their bones, con- Asia and to the north coast of If you seem to have lost some of
1-(,tta: are placed in the breeding pens. verted in the course of ages into Africa have no difficulty in making Speech on a MatchOn your strength you had for your
.'ik : There should be one male for, every perfectly preserved fossils. themselves understood by their favorite activities, or for 'our house
match received in Vienna
l ,;:rk., 14 to 16 females of the American Together with the other inhabited Arabic speaking neighbors, espe- a work and care less about your
M. Goemoes of Hun-
by premier
meals and suffer discomfort
breeds. islands of the Gozo cially in Palestine and Morocco.A severe
group, popula-
gary, is the full text of his speech at certain times try
,, wander
tion 23,796, and Comino, population paleontologist may
. \ outlining a plan for national em- Cardui! .
: Control of Coccidiosis 41, and including the_ naval, mili- about the cave of Ghar Dalam and ployment.' The speech contained Thousands and thousands of
tary and air force establishments study.the remains of the elephants '
( ,
; women it has helped them.
words and admirer in say
1,170 an
: With Sulphur Treatment Malta has some 258,400 soulsthatis and hippopotamuses which left their wrote it the By increasing the appetite, improvIng -
Salgo' Tarjan on
; :; Practical studies looking ''to con- to say, more than 2,000 to the bones ,there when the world was yet match. He used hard- digestion, Cardui helps you
:s trol of coccidiosis, dread disease square mile. Thus it' is 'one: of the young. Advancing from these and a to get more nourishment. As strength,
\': : of chickens, with use of a sulphur most densely settled geographicalunits. from the Neanderthal man, of whom 'steel pen and a strong magni- returns, unnecessary functional
I" treatment have produced results possible traces have been found in fying glass. The task, he said, aches, pains and nervousness just
; : took several months to
:! 'x: that augur well for the country's In Strategic Position. Malta, many thousands of years complete. seem go away.

r ;' poultry farmers, according to re- Why has this rocky little excres- into the Stone age, he will find in
;:;; : cent surveys by the agricultural re- cence from the bed of the Medi- Malta and Gozo a series of neolothic

, :;:: search advisory bureau. terranean played a major part in sanctuaries Tarshin, the Hypo-
';{' :c: Pointing to the experiments successfully history? Why does it play a part in I geum at Hal Saflini, Hagiar Kim,
{'I" conducted by Dr. C. A. the'life of the modern world at such I M'naidra, II Gigantia, to mention
"',t.: Herrick and C. E. Holmes, of the variance with its topographical di-' only the most important' un- ,
University of Wisconsin, the bureau mensions? equaled elsewhere. p Because of their "balanced medica a
tion two of Penetro Nose r i
just drops :
declares that regular feeding of a The answer lies, first, in its all- Other survivials of a different sort ,
Drops help to open up your nose,soothe :t' f
mash mixed with sulphur gives evi- important strategic position be- are the cart tracks which traverse inflammation, let fresh air breakthrough 'Y. v a'
dence of providing a method of con- tween Sicily and North Africa, and, many of the barren rocky surfacesof the watery mucus. Contain t' ; '. r
trol for this scourge of the poultry secondly, in its possession of some the island, the tram lines of ephedrine and other approved medica- +' '; .
1',. raisers. During these tests it was of the finest harbors in the world. prehistoric man. The width of.the tion. 25c, 50c, $1 bottles.Trial size lOc. /
found that different degrees of con- The tongue of rock on which La tracks of the two wheeled carts For free sample of Penetro Nose Drops,
trol could be obtained by varyingthe Valette built his capital is in shape which, with their gaily caparisonedlittle write Dept.D-26,Memphis,Tennessee.To sy

amount of sulphur fed. In the not unlike Manhattan island, with ponies or donkeys, are the relieve chest colds rub with t
broiler section of the East where the Grand harbor, where the battle- traditional vehicle of the Maltese stainless, snow-white P nctro- TRY ,

coccidiosis is widely prevalent a ships are berthed, corresponding to farmer today, correspond almost especialbefore! you,go to bed. s::
modification of the method used by the Hudson, and Marsamuscetto exactly with those of his ancient 2DRoP '

Herrick and Holmes has been found harbor, the anchorage of destroyersand predecessor.On rPE METRO ,
;:" effective. smaller craft, to the East river. the small, uninhabited islet of TREATMENT

B. F. Jarvis, poultry technician But there is the difference that, Filfla, now used only as a targetfor NOSE DROPS
working independently in both from the Grand harbor and survives >4 rM
Marylandand naval gun practice, a PRODUCT OF PLOUGH INC.,MEMPHIS-NEW YORK
Delaware, has found that 10 Marsamuscetto, there branch sev- lizard of dark green spotted with

.,,,J per cent of sulphur added to growing eral subsidiary creeks, providing red, which occurs nowhere else ex-
t mash and fed a full day each ,secure and ideal anchorages, in the cept in this group.if .
. '!, ;. week is effective in controlling coc- : past for the galleys of the knightsand one wishes to see how the distant -

,.., ,' ;i' cidiosis in broiler flocks confined to their predecessors, at the pres- forbears of the present popu-
.: X'thouses.' Other experiments point ent day for the Mediterranea.. fleet lation, cultivated their land, one has TEASPOONFULS '
: :
,f to the value of the daily feeding of of Great Britain. only to watch the Maltese farmerof
i, two or three per cent sulphur in All, around Grand harbor rise, today plowing his field;; and a n OFMILKOFMAGNESIA

i .. the mash as a method of control. bold and still perfect, the Knights' student' will note the eyes of Osiris k I NONE TASTY
magnificent fortifications, intendedto still painted on the bows of Malta's xt 4
insure, that never again should sturdy little schooners. AFE SLEEP SOUNDLY
.c f
; Grain r
to Birds
Develop Malta and' the order have to en- In Malta, during mid-Lent, are
o?;<:: :':J.': In feeding grain the poultryman dure at the hands of the Moslems, the carnival festivities common to Lack of exercise and injudicious eating

, ; :'',\' should bear in mind that birds will to whom the Hospitalers were an other Mediterranean places, with make stomachs ,acid. You must new

." : ::'.' not develop normally on grain ever-present menace, another such features of more special interest.At DOLLARS & HEALTHThe tralize stomach acids if you would sleep
""':- alone, and that a balanced develop- siege as that of 1565. the feast of St. Peter and St. soundly all night and wake up feeling
-R. ,: t ing mash should be before the Then, after a desperate struggleof Paul, June 29, are: the densely successful person is a healthy per refreshed and really fit.
',: h times. Good results nearly a year, the Knightsand thronged Imnaria, racer. These son. handicapped
; !,T;:':"' have been secured by having both the local population were just races for horses and donkeys are by sick headaches, a sluggish condition, q; "

r 'i. :-,:' grain and mash available to the able, by superhuman efforts, to re- of unknown but undoubtedly great stomach "nerves" and other dangerous
', 0':: birds at all times. Other poultry- tel the flower of the army of Sultan age. The course is a piece of of e
:< ; men give a liberal feeding of grain Suleiman the Magnificent.If straight, hard road leading uphillto over-acidity.
':,'' :' ..' in the morning and again in the Malta's quarter of a million the big square in front of Nota- TAKE MILNESIAS .
: .
f; "; evening. Both systems have given population is large, measured by bile, where from his great stone box I
"'..f:,.-.;.'..." good results and the main thing tot the area on which it has to live, it the grand master in former days Milnesia, the original milk of magnesia ,
,: remember that grain should be is small for a separate nation. For handed down, and now the gover- in wafer form, neutralizes stomach acid. ''
1. fed more liberally during the devel- the Maltese are a nation unto them- nor of Malta hands down the ban- Each wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls of milk MILNESIA FOR HEALTH
, ... oping period than at any other time selves, with their own language, of victory to the winning com-
ners of magnesia. Thin, crunchy, mint-flavor, Milnesia, the original milk: of magnesia
'i' and that the their traditions
grain mixture should own own phys- petitors.
., ,':.': .:,' consist of equal parts of yellow ical characteristics, and a history Spectators, including leading fam tasty. 20c, 35c &. 60c at drug stores. in wafer form,neutralizes stomach acids,

: ,'';.,-i' : "y::".: corn and wheat.Substitutefor. that is perhaps one of the longestto ilies of the island, watch the pro- HEARTBURN? gives quick, pleasant elimination. Each

:',.,.: which any people can lay claim.. ceedings from two smaller but sim- Its surprising how have heart wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls milk of mag-
Green Feed Very Ancient Civilization.In I ilar boxes flanking that of the gov- many
Malta and Gozo the art of ernor. burn. Hurried eating, overeating, heavy nesia.Tastytoo.20c)3Sc&60ceerywherc.smoking .
:' ,:' A good grade of cod liver ou building in remote Stone age days The name Imnaria is a corrup- excessive drinking all lead to 35c & 6Oc ,
that has been tested for potency and reached a developmen. of skill 'and tion of luminaria, illumination, for bottleswarning.
W'; 4vitamin" content may be substituted refinement unknown in other cen-. it was the custom on that day to heartburn. When it comes, heed the o i
i -. in part for green feed, says a North ters, of the megalithic world. Thus illuminate the churches of Notabile Your stomach is on a strike. 2Oc tins
: ; Carolina
State college poultry ex- Malta was already an ancient cen- and adjacent Rabat in honor of the
: ,:', pert. One pound or one pint should ter of civilization when the "tem ,twosaints... Amore: picturesque, if-
,'';: ; be added to each 100 pounds of pestuous wind called Euroclydon," less trustworthy,' tradition derives \.'

; mash when the substitution is made that still whistles across it duringthe Imnaria from Hymen, the god of MIIp or Ma ,
I or it may be fed on the grain instead winter months under its modern marriage, it being supposed that R7G7 ACID
TNf Pf
,I of mixing with the mash when name of gregale, the "Greek wind," the young men of the island were 3j y.
more convenient. Where possible, drove St. Paul to its shores. There wont in former times to choose their '
I some cured alfalfa hay or lespedea after, the Roman chief of the sland, wives from among the maidens, { 1A The Original Milk of Magnesia Wafert
should be provided. Publius, became its first bishop. coming to watch the contest.

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JANUARY 1, 1937

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The Clewistcn News ful new calendar desk pad and it sat chill. Pare the oranges and slice intoa I LaGwinn, novelty tapdancer, and I any show of its kind. This is a guar-
on my desk right beside the old one. serving dish. Add vanilla to the many others. anteed attraction and lives up to its
365 bright clean shiny pages and I'm chilled mixture and pour over them. This company carries chorus of slogan, "It's The Tops In Stage
Published every Friday In Clewiston, the little guy that has to write the Add the 5 tablespoons of sugar gra- young and beautiful girls that can Shows."

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, record. dually to the beaten egg whites and really dance, and they are costumed Ladies free on opening night with
Inc. Just for fun I pawed over the old continue beating until smooth and in the most expensive wardrobe of each adult ticket. .

pad to see whether or not I'd made glossy. Heap the meringue on top of I -.
the most- of the past year that was: the custard and serve.PEPPERWEBSTER .
Keathley Bowden, Editor
laid In my lap all ,clean and pretty,
365 days ago. But I knew what the
Entered as second class mall mat- answer was before I looked. It was

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post the same answer you or anybodyelse Petersburg, Jan. 30 (FNS- e omedy" '
would get if they'd sit down and ,
Clewiston Florida under
Office in Senator Claude Pepper, Florida's
the Act of March 3, 1897. do a little. conscientious, unbiasedcheckin' newly elected spokesman :In;: Washington 1a 1

and Miss Mildred Webster,
And while I'm not makin' any res- VIa T
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Web-
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year.i olutions, I am gonna try and see if
ster of this city, were quietly united -whit
Advertising rates on application. I can't chalk up a little better record -
in marriage here Tuesday morning PEOPLE
imte ll
than I made the past year, and ner

believe me, there's plenty of room HEFFNER-VINSON PLAYERS
Devoted to the advancement and
for improvement, so it shouldn't be CLEWISTON. MONDAY, JAN. 4th. >,4
welfare of Clewiston and Hendr-y r fi
hard to do.
County.If And lookin' back, 1936 wasn't The Heffner-Vinson Players, the

such a bad year. I've seen a lot worM greatest show of its kind, will play

the weather today is indicativeof and so have you, but 1937 looks. one night In Clewiston, Monday, EAUTY
mighty promisin' especially for Flor- 4th under
January ,
auspices of the
the weather we'll have the entire '
year, oh, boy! ida. Business in i!most every line American Legion.. The company car- S1ngtz .Danctng,
shows a marked improvement.- Con- ries a total of fifty people, each ex- j1
ditions generally are better.: tremely talented in his or her line. eHORUSG0t5CQtl.1JyCosttJrnd
Don't believe it's necessary to pre- After the holidays I look for the The world's most beautiful tent tnt8

dict a prosperous new year for Clew- greatest influx of tourists and visi- : theatre will be located next door to
iston. It's in the bag! tors we have ever seen. Building is the city hall.
I 8 ftt shod
brisk and real estate is beginnin' to c ng
The opening play, "Tamed, And beauti1ul
In the event that you have been move. While we still have plenty' of I Ifm is a three-act comedy full of otrhcs, the mo j.,
missed today we'll wish :you a happy unemployment, the situation is much laughs from start to final curtain, tfimmie TENT THAT .J

and prosperous New Year. improved over a year ago. I know a with the highest class vaudevilleacts BeffnerJ'
dozen folks in my own neighborhoodwho that can be found
There have been a number of res- were out of work and in.a tough Heffner has succeeded in securingsome DOORS o
ignations from state departmentsthis spot last New Year who all have jobs of the cleverest people on the AT70'CIOCK Drinthefim*

week. Maybe so they can say, now and are catchin' up the slack road-all new show-all new peo-
"You can't fire me Mr. Cone. I quit." and times really are better.So ple and showing under the world's
I feel that we have a right to most beautiful tent theatre. Mr. Hef- ONE NIGHT ONLYCLEWISTON -

Some animals were poisoned this look forward to 1937 with confi- fner also boasts of the best costumed
dence and hope. It's our year and show of its kind in existence.
week in a Miami zoo. Possibly, some
from standpoint it should MONDAY JANUARY 4TH
every Jimmie 'Heffner's Rythm ,
early New Year celebrant trying to Boys, an "
better than last. So let's AUSPICES OF THE AMERICAN LEGION
eight-piece orchestra, is of the
get rid of lh pink elephants.All one
now to'make the most of it. features of the show. Some of the LOCATED- NEXT DOOR '(0'CITY, HALL

efforts should be centered in -- vaudeville acts that will entertainyou OPENING PLAY, i-Act Comedy Drama, "TAMED, : AND HOW" .
arranging a Bean Bowl game, for And there is one event that is go- between acts are Fango & Dawn, "HAPPY LEROY" ACE BLACK FACE COMEDIAN.:

the Everglades next New Year's day. ing to happen to us in 1937 that I modern whirlwind tapdancers; Bet- ..' "SHEIJA" in her latest sensational dance, "])ANCE OF THE \

Otherwise we're going to be completely know will be better than last; year, ty Noble, the South's greatest acro- LADIES FREE! One lady admitted free when accompanied IST'1
out of date. I and that is the Florida Fair. Several batic dancer; Donna Jean, one of paid adult ticket.
'brand new exposition buildings have the cleverest little contortionists in ADULTS 2.1c CHILDREN: :
been added and the entire eleven the business
While we may never have always -:you'll marvel at the .
agreed with Arthur Brisbane we days of the Fair period will delightthe stunts this little girl does; Dorothy .:,1.it5Wq B f. :t f.h '

were forced to respect his opinions.The thousands who attend the fair

world has lost a really great and carnival.

figure and one of the clearest thinkers The Gasparilla pageant and pa- -
of the century. rade will be bigger and finer this I
year with striking'' pirate floats and

Have you seen the new flagpolein gorgeous commercial entries. Ye
front of the administration build- Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla has pur-

ing? And we understand that a sim- chased a new pirate ship for this Pioneer Motor Sales Co0 -

ilar pole and new flag to fly is be- year's .,show, which is being com-
ing contributed to ,the colored schoolin pletely remodeled and designed for
Harlem by 'Mr. Harrington of the the occasion. The arrival of the mot-

United States Sugar Corporation.The ley Krewe this year will be a most
brilliant and colorful affair and I ..'.

Chinese can cut off a man's urge you not to miss it. -". .
head with less compunction than we Florida's industrial commercial IN PAHOKEETakes .
< .. .. .
: : ,
would use in killing a chicken. Yet and agricultural resources will be .. .' \ .'
the kingdom's dictator is kidnappedand more advantageously shown than ever J .

the kidnapper after giving him- before through artistic displaysof .

self up voluntarily was convicted on fruits and vegetables, manufac- .
eight counts and sentenced to ten tured products and through com- Pleasure in Announcing That They Have Been Appointed .

years in jail. A piscatorial! odor em- plete and comprehensive exhibits of .

anates from the mix-up. Federal and State departments, some

--- of them occupy entire buildings.The .
\ Plenty of complaints were registered dates of the Florida Fair are

f with the State .Road Department January 26'to February 6, while the
'/t( Tuesday from Palm Beach Gasparilla pageant and parade occurs Chevrolet Dealers"In

,county residents over the dangerous Monday, February 2. Eleven big .
f conditions of the road from Belle days and eleven bIg' nights of fun,
Glade to Twenty-Mile Bend. A whole frolic and entertainment and you're

family was drowned in a canal Sun- invited. f .

day Avhcu their car skidded from the And Oh Yes, what I started out to PahokeeJ.
road and this should awaken the department say when I sat down to my little

to the necessity of doing typewriter was HAPPY NEW YEAR

accidents.BBBBBBBBMBBHaHaBBBBBBBBBBli something. to prevent any more' such and 1937.may you have' a swellelegant '.:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..).:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'



Too Late. To Classify FOR CITRUS FRUITS '.

By fyssell Kay Mother- Citrus Nature fruits are has delicious fashioned just them as 1937 MODELS ON DISPLAY

tHBHB BBBBBBHHBBBBBBBBBBBBlAccording and, therefore, need no alterationsor

additions. to make them a perfect
to all the rules I suppose dessert. .
I ought to sit down and chew: A dessert that.has been a favoriteone InOur' Showroom

:. my pencil and try to figure out a lot for a long time follows:

. of trick New Year's Resolutions. On Florida'Ambrosia ,
and after January 1, 1937 I will
so-and-so or I wont such-and-such.- 8 oranges .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..x..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;._ '
1-2 cup cocoanut shredded "
,4: But I've tried it in the past and 1-2 cup powdered sugar

: have always to turned out such a disappointment Remove, rag from oranges and cut COME IN AND SEE
myself that this THESE
1'. year In thin slices across "the grain", reserving :
: I'm
; just gonna try goin' on natural all .
the juice that escapes, .
;. like without havln" to
worry and fret
and discarding all core, or remove
over what to say when the host pulp, segment by segment, as grape-
; brings out a nice Scotch and soda fruit sections are prepared. BEAUTIFUL
Il-' or how to explain that I've quit smok- ,
Arrange oranges in serving dish.
:' in' when
someone offers me a three
4::' for a quarter, perfecto. Sprinkle each layer with part of the
;;{ cocoanut and sugar. Pour juice that TODAY
Then there's that old time worn-
,r. escaped from fruit while slicing over
out resolution about
not sayin'
any all and serve very cold.
J naughty words. But the trouble is

";i few of us make it right at the time 2 milk Orange,: Custard .:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:-:.
1;" we accidentally hit ourself on the cups
;;;' thumb with a hammer. You know 2 egg yolks ,
:, it takes 1-4 cup sugar \
; .
t. a good guy to let a mere
';': New Year's' 1-8 teaspoon salt .
resolution '
stand in the

,- a'way. time of like emphatic that. self-expression at 4 2 1-2 oranges teaspoons teaspoon'vanilla flour flavoring Pioneer Motor Sales CO .

,But there really is something inspirational -
2 stiffly beaten egg whites .
and encouragin' about the
5 tablespoons
. arrival of another sugar
year. Somehowwe Heat the milk. Beat the egg yolks.

always feel that it presents a& Mix 1-4 cup of sugar, salt and flour, : PAHOKEE R. L. Murray Manager
opportunity to start all over again. and add to eggs, beating until ; ,
But most of us overlook the fact thatwhileit's smooth. Add hot milk and cook in :;.
a NEW'ear, it's the same
: double boiler until eggs and flour
ld'OU that has to live through it. .
have thickened the mixture stirring .. .. '
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t Santa Claus brought we a beautr !- constantly. Remove; from heat and -. -- .-- "-', -' _.- ?
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,: ...,\.. .._..%.%..... ....N N N . .... N .. ..N01S P. and L. Downs F Deane Duff, F. 1.1 a musical contest.
.. .N. a. .N.N.N.N.N.N.N. .N.N.N.M. .N M' I. Mr. and Mrs. E. Beery L. B. Mer hon
.i. son, and Andrew P. Beery N. L. Hemenway, H. A. Bestor, Others attending were: Mrs. G. E.

''-' } ;:;;: Personal Mention ::::; I atnes in Savannah over the Y. Patterson, F. M. Wright, Male Smith, Mrs. J. G. Oglesby, Mrs. Joseph AGENT .

x ; I Miss Jewel Russell J.V.. Francis, Max Meluh, Robbins, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley,

. ............................................................................................................ them to Lake Butler to spend F. Schjffli, M.tM.. Prewitt, E. C. Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mary Ellen Smith, I -- New York 1(
I Life
A: "< Parker Wilson and 'Virgil Lawrence mas with relatives. E. P. Alutrix, W. C. Owen, G. Sue VonMach and Virginia Mims.
I j I
'. t were visitors in Miami! Sunday. -- Linkswilor, Fred: Henricksen, G. '. Insurance Company

-- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rowan Smith and M.! E. VonMach. Tea 'j

i Jones Bryan spent the Christmas Jacksonville Christmas were' : Me::dames W. H. What- I ARCADIA, FLORIDA
,,;' : holidays in Tampa. :Mis. Rowan's parents Mr. and W. C. Prewitt. H. C. Kolstad, jI

'f:( ; Foster Meredith. Miss Eunice W'. Bigg, 1S.. Ludekens, G. B. I

::4>, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.. Lanier spent dith returned to Jacksonville Foster Meredith and Miss NORGE REFRIGERATORS ,.

.. .....::. '.-. Christmas in Miami. them for a short visit. Crews.EAnnST..HTS: NOTICE Furniture and Home Furnishings

;:.9 "'I? Carl E. Johnson and R. L. Smith ENTERTAINCHURCH
I Capt. and Mrs. N. L. The annual meeting of the Stock- PHILCO RADIOS
$* spent the Christmas holidays: .in Sar- CHOIR GROUP I
holders of First Bank of Clewistonwill I
lof Blackburn, Ga., are the
';:'t!_>1$, |'.:', asota. Mr. and Mis. F. Deane ,Duff be held in the office of the Bankat Household Furnishings'\
!, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley .en-
: Clewiston, Hendry County, Flor-
week. Capt. Hemenway was
':, -:11,.. <," L. E. Tomlinson spent the Christ 'in charge of the Clewiston several members of the ida at 8 o'clock P. M. Thursday, Inc.

'l.: Ji"nas holidays with friends in Lake Church choir at their January 7th, 1937.ELBERT .
: : -; of the U. S. Engineers. BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA
:. in the Bare Beach section Tues-
,i .1.fIj City. L. STEWART,
; night following the picture show.
'j" ;f1; r" MRS.. OWEN ENTERTAINS Cashier. ,.'

/ ,.A.;;f}: Virgil Lawrence and Parker T.I HONORING MISS evening, was spent in singing Dec. 25, Jan. 1.
:;i.-Y.\\{ :' Wilson spent Christmas Day with Mr. and enjoying the delicious, re

5' in Frostproof.'B. served by' Mrs. Beardsley
; 7 parents 111'5.V.. C. Owen entertained
date bread, milk chocolate and
)!:!; S:& ---
::,t : F. Brown returned Monday a bridge party Tuesday ., FLOlllDAm
{ her home Miss Jayne
:;; .. .y.; from Jacksonville where he visited honoring Those attending were Mr. and Afro: J. M. COUSECounselor

'' 4 j with Mrs. Brown over the holidays. rington. M. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
.": :!:' '" 1 __ Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and }', Mr. and Mrs R. N. Smith, Mr. mid Attorney at Law

> .;; Miss Alma Crews of Fort Myers, I Y. Patterson received boxes of Mrs. Joseph Robbins,. Mrs. Mark m .

.::':: is visiting her sister Mrs. E. C. tionery for high and second Lawler, Miss Mary Markette, Miss Hopkins Building

-l. Mills this week. scores with a set of doilies i Leydig, and F. M. Wright. Wednesdays and Saturdays' A
Mrs. C. L. Downs who made the .w QiJI
':* (<<* 9:30 to 4:00 I
Miss Ulla Jacobsen spent the holi- ky cut. Miss Harrington was :M. R. LAWLER GIVES fi I II

'. days with her father, P. M. Jacobsenin stationery as guest prize.A RECITAL AND XMAS PARTY I

\ in Tampa. delicious salad course and -- !l1II'

:)_ : ..' ': fee was served to: Mrs. O. F. Mrs. M. R. Lawler gave a music ...N.N..NN. .H N..NON. ......H.N......N.NON. ..............N..N..N........ I :
: 51 f,: Miss Virginia Gallant, of Jacksonville '
; ital and Christmas party Monday
Mrs. W. C.
Mrs. F. 1\I. Wright,
'."::: !:" spent the Christmas holidays I Id itt, Mrs. Maie Wright, Mrs. R. Y. for the members of her I

'''-', ;_,',:.5". at her home here. terson, Mrs H. A. Bestor, \ class and each pupil was pre- I Good FarlllLanel
.l '
? ::;
; ; :,
:;{1:::r '/: W. F. Nall, of Moore Haven, spent, W. Francis,-Mrs. F. Deane Duff, with a .music book as a gift ,9 1

Tuesday with D>.r. and Mrs. Walker I H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. C. ,their teacher. The following pro-.

fil: 5. Nail here. Downs, M.IS. F. I. Hill, Mrs. was rendered':

'" -- Stewart, Mrs. M.M. Prewitt, Piano duet-"Hawaiian Nights"- ,
:; )
:t.Kifflj Jack Greer and Jimmie Colazzo E. Smith and Miss Harrington. McGehee and Barbara

<:' of Miami, are spending this 1week \.. H. Whatley: 'was a tea guest. I I
: ; : for Rent
'iW: with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg.: --- Piano Solo-"Skipping Lightly"-F
1lf?j.B '". -- .AIRS. ROUSER ENTERTAINSWITH Oglesby. '

-t\. Miss Virginia Mims, of Tampa, is INFORMAL Sqng-Jolly Old St. Nicholas"- I Slop at tftojiotelPcttcicia
';. 'S spending the week here as the guest -- Oglesby and PeggyLawler, ac

li t.:1=, : :; of Miss Barbara Smith. Mrs. S. L. Houser by Bruce Beardsley at the ,
't: : ) 7'u group ,of friends Saturday I
: i I
'; : \ ;. Mrs. H. R. Knight, of Canal Point with an informal tea at her .
sol "Mendelssohn"
T ::-/'; spent Friday !of last week with Mr. the government reservation., Piqno Smith. I 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE

? Mrs. R. H. and a fruit drink were served. TrespassersWill
Q }li and Knight. '
t. Piano Duet-"The Quick Step"-
jIi t
;A" '(; :';, Those enjoying the affair Beardsley and Peggy Lawler. I Be All Outside Rooms With
: Mr. and Mrs. Horace B. Gray, of Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. Olin
\1:.,: .: DeLand, were the guests this week ton, Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Mrs. Piano solo.-"II Trovatore"-Jul-- Private

ft.:,::: ( of Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith. I Johnson, Mrs.., A. R. Broadfoot, Ann Oglesby. ProsecutedClewiston COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
Song-"Santa Claus in Town"-
'f" "r
,.cot ':'.%::.. Mr. and 'Mrs.L. A. Turner and son, W'ilfred'Lockhart, Miss Lawler, accompanied by Nora
< Lockhart and Mrs. E. A. Overlooking Biscayne Bay
.:: : Charles, visited Mr. Turner's mother I I'Ik' at. piano. I II
'.,:. in Ashford, Ala., over the holidays. Duet"Polish Dance"-Rhunelle i Two blocks to Shops Theatre and
pI\.. MRS. THOMAS ENTERTAINS and Barbara Smith I Business Section.
\ Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Miss | Piano Duet-"Sweet Jasmin"- I

/ Jayne Harrington and John Lucaa ,,
, '_ : Ann Oglesby and Barbara RATES
} spent Thursday in West Palm Beach. Mrs. G. B. Thomas was ame&C. '. '
;,rJ the regular meeting of her I
.. Piano Solo.-"In a Sea Cradle"- Single"
:" .f Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ray hare had club at, her home, Wednesday Lawler. : Realty And $1.50 _.__

.:j as their guests, this week, his broth-j noon. Piano Solo-"Parade of the But- I Double
: : ; er, Thomas Ray and Mrs. 'Ray. High score prize, a baking "-Rhuuelle McGehee. $2.50
,: J I went to Mrs. M. E. Yenawine;
.:: Piano Duet-"The Prayer", "The I
Special Family, Weekly &
vanity set, to Mrs. M. R. Lawler
'." F. M. Sathre, left Monday for Miami lum"-Nora and ,Julia Ann Og
," the cut', a bath towel set, to Monthly RatesS.
,', where he has accepted a posit .
T. B. Shelley. Congealed salad,
; tion with a firm of public account Piano Solo-Bluebell I
::, : ants. dessert, hot' biscuits and coffee March"- D. McCREARY, Proprietor _
'tt i':;' Beardsley. .

#''t,;,,,. ,,o<' served. Bruce Beardsley won the prize in '..N.N..N..........N......NON. ..N..N..NONONON. ..N..N..N..N.......... ,...
Others present were: :Mrs.!
.'_ i"':" 'Y. Dr. and Mrs. Thos. Dotterer, of : _.
.( ;, .fr"-. \it. Pleasant, S. C., spent the Christmas Smith, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, \ \

.jyoi- f' holidays here with their son J. R. !Hall and Mrs. D. G. Alston. .'.

B. Dotterer and Mrs. Dotterer. \
: ': ,::: ,:t. ,.ro.
: ; ---- \ \
t"rj: ,i'i:'. .
'.;i' .;:: ;..1t: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan and AFTERNOON '
_1S;.:. >: ,... Miss Frances Morgan spent Sunday
:' :,:(: :'..i,:' in West Palm Beach with Miss Margaret Mrs. Olin Carleton was
'.. kr' 1Iorgan"I' a number of friends at an

f J' : -- tea at the home of her '

: : Ed and Herman Heath, accomp- 1Irs.V.. F. Simpson on the .. ':

: :( anied by Sam Heath of LaBelle, spent preceding Christmas. .. -. .::: ', '.
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> :
:, : ( ; .: '
Christmas in fj :i ;:.; \.. ; : ;. ::'.
colors used .
were '
s. .
": Christmas at their home in Fort ..' ;" .J .. ;.".-:. \ '. -) ,' -'. Record of DIvIdends of I
: corations and little filled ', : '. ': ., }
-4 Meade.: -
; : : :
:' k'
";1":.,.':., ..' '" I stockings were the favors. .', ;. /':.(:: \" I.';.:'" .:::;'..>: ::,.r Clewlston Home BuddIng AssocIatIon

A 1r'..:S Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dumas, of Auburn and cake were served. I y: : ; }:
';4W';' ; Ala., spent Christmas here I Those attending were: Mrs. \ : ,\ ?ti ; RATE '. RATE
-">'' :' :,.:'... with their daughter, Mrs. R. H. Johnston, Mrs. C. B. Roberts, '
'? ." E. A. Houser, Mrs. Robert "' YEAH PERCENT YEA PERCENTs
. ./ "
Knight and Mr. Knight. ; I : I
, Mrs. H. E. Reichard, Mrs. ,1,. ..
; -t" ) \ : '.' J 928 5.5 J 933 6
; Mrs L. E. Edwards and Frank Robbins, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, \ ,
t.., 1, Ray left Thursday for Savannah, the H. Hawkins Mrs., Amy Hall, \';, >'..:,,.: .' ,:, .,/ \ J 929 'J 1934 6
1.J1,. home of Mrs. Edwards and where S. Ludekens, Mrs.. M. J. Hirsh, I .:i" ',:'. -, '" ,

S Frank is attending school. I W. P. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. Maie : .' ';":"';. .-" '.' ..!..'y,1.: ,'.1/,:<:; J 930 4 J 935 6

Mrs: D. J. Williams, Mrs. J. "., ':..;',:':' ".." .." :::,'':< .!...' .' :' J93J .4 J 936 6. ..I ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Hollingsworth Moore Mrs. '' '' : : I. ...
J. J. Albright, .;" '}"" ';'''> ::');;:tr.; '< .' 'J932 : .
,': and son of West Palm Beach visited 1 P. Mutrix, Mrs. W. B. Gate and ; : 6 ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. Niblack Christmas J. W.; Francis. {
<0.,. .,. day. : ; : : ; '' : ; .
... I : : "
,: :: :
'" MISS HARRINGTON :: : :: :c.- : : '
'% Mrs. G. B. Thomas and daughter I AT BRIDGE : ; .. -. ) ,,,, CALL
,. ':,., Mary Louise, and E. A. Thomas spent ; : BY THE HOME
Christmas with Miss Jayne Harrington, of .
'. York, who is visiting her ", '
: ... Thomas, Sr, in Safety Harbor. "
: .. J. Harrington, was the guest of Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND'
.- ;.'. Miss Kathleen Lewis, of Tampa, or at a bridge party given return. Home Building has never paid
r. : ',. day afternoon by Mrs. H. TALK THINGS OVER.
",;:. and Miss Bessie Lewis of Blakely, "

... ',. Ga., spent the Christmas holidays SCharnberg at her home. dividends of less than 4 percent per year. ,.. .

,. here and family.with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry I carried Christmas out the colors'1ecorative of holly In these days of reduced interest on savings ;' "';;;.:''. ,

I the season. Delicious refre accounts and reduced returns on other _,. : '
; .
Miss Beth Nail, on vacation from I sandwiches, chocolate with forms of investment Home Building offers ". ( .
> Florida State Teacher's College in cream, coffee and salted nuts .
Tallahassee, is spending a few days' I served. the conservative, thrifty investor the in- ...

with her brother; Walker Nall and i High score prize went to vestment best suited to his needs. Investigate -
) Mrs. Nail. L. Downs, a luncheon pet;

I high to Mrs. E. P. Mutrix I Clewiston Home Building Association -

Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger ceived a ,set of pillow cases; whether intend
place was taken M. M. ; you investing as CLEWISTONHOME
(and son, Clark, are spending the by-Mrs. I
-,1. ,New Year holidays with relatives I itt who received a box of .Ffe as $5.00 per month or aS much: as BUILDING
:: and friends in Fort Lauderdale and and Mrs. G. E. Smith made the ,_
11 fInd ,
.;; Miami. I cut and received vanity set. $1,000.00.111: a lump sum, you a ASSOCIATION "

i.. ..' I guests present, Miss Alma'' Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. .
.:\. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nall and Mrs. | Mrs. J. W7: Francis, Mrs. W. H. '\ : PHONES '102-103 II

< ; B. E. Nall, Sr., visited B. E. Nall, Sr., ley, Mrs. N.JL Hemenway and I .
::'Ii. at, the hospital in Arcadia last Fri- Maie Wright all received r c

.:: day.. Mr. Nail\ is reported convalescing chiefs I

rapidly from a recent Jllness.: Playing:bridge were: I (' : __ _. .._ ,. .. ._ ______ h' __ .. ._
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Ufld2 Phil

BRIGHT STAR. o Q3[ tVf4: .


LJ1N7QTOAY) Tomorrow Disappoints

MARY SCHUMANN Tomorrow always promiseswell
By [ ) but remember there is rea-

sonably certain to be one disap-

pointment.One .
k ( loves even a precocious lit-
Copyright by Macrae Smith Co. T7KO Serrlc m Uc a/It n tle boy with his front teeth out.

He's meeker for the time being.
1.6J1K6 ABCOTDi. [
SYNOPSISKezia been my name or connections. go? What's the reason? Haven't I Some men have great patience,

Those don't count, with competitionkeen made a date, have you? We could Steps in Reducing but Henry D. Thoreau put, ii another -
Marsh, pretty, selfish and twenty, arrives as it is. I started at the bot- drive over the Portland highway- way by saying they lived a
home in Corinth from school and is met tom : and they advanced me. I they say it'' is beautiful scenery." A PHYSICIAN who has con- life of quiet desperation.A .
by her older brother, Hugh. He drives her to
the Marsh home where her widowed mother, might get a good salary some day The flush on her face had faded; siderable success in weight man says "I am the captainof

Fluvanna, a warmhearted, self-sacrificing and -yes, a really good one." she looked rather pale. "It does reduction has one little rule my soul" and wonders. 'whatto
understanding soul welcomes her Kczias sister She threw out her hands; a small, sound nice, reconsidering. I'll "
Margery, plump and matronly with the go. that not only gets actual weightoff do next.
care of three children, is at lunch with them. wise smile curved her lips. "At "I had a lunch packed and his patients but themto
Hugh's wife. Dorrie, has pleaded a previous least I've asked you! But it has thought we would eat along Lone- helps
engagement. On the way back to his job at turned out exactly the way' I expected some River." persevere when the rate at a
the steel plant founded by one of his fore.
bears, Hugh passes Doc Hiller, a boyhood it to! I'll write to Beryl I She smiled faintly in approval."I'll which the weight is lost be-
friend whom !be no longer sees frequently because today." : slip into that green dress you comes very slow.

wakens of the Dorrie's,next morning antipathy.from.Fluvanna a dream r Marsh about At the plant that morning, he I like and be with you in a minute." He outlines the diet in the regular IW-

her, late husband, Jim whose unstable char visited the different departments, In the country Dorrie sang soft- way-cuts down on fat focyls-butter -
acter she fears Kezia has inherited. Ellen checking with the foremen on the ly, a snatch of this, a bit of that, cream, fat meat 1&aPeP4tke"
Pendlcton comes over. She is an artistically progress of the work.A a rhythmical accompaniment to the and
of Flu egg by on-
inclined girl who is a distant niece
vanna' and a favorite of Hugh's. She hap little after ten a long distancecall purring of the engine. They chose ly 10 per cent, and ,
plly tells Fluvanna she has become engagedto came in from Congress City the less frequented narrow roads also on starch foods / '
Jerry Purdue. Ellen fears that her father about some steel mesh they had which led past rich farms, gently- ,1H -bread 'sugar Zlt'
/ potatoes
and mother, Gavin and Lizzie, will not approve
the match. Hugh and Dorrie go out to delivered for road building. Potter, rolling hill farms, brooks dividingthe pastries, .cereals -
the Freeland Farms to I dance with their the contractor, complained that it pastures where cattle grazed, by 10 per cent, '
friends, Cun and Joan Whitney. Whitney, who was not of the specified thickness, ponds which reflected the blue sky but cuts down on ally'
that he has .
has been of work
out announces
and was much annoyed. and its of cloud.It .
Hugh cottony wisps half
a new position. Cun and Dorrie dance to- liquids by one -
gether and then disappear for a while. Dancing promised to send a man to look at was July when the season : and also on table

with Joan, Hugh is amazed to find her in it at once. Potter was a good cus- pauses 'in stillness. The sparkling, "i salt by one half ofr
tears. Apparently she has some secret worry tomer: it wouldn't do to offend him. capricious spring was past there
; 50 cent. This is'
over her husband, Cun. When Ellen and Jerry per
speak about their engagement to Ellen's par. He sent for the records, talked was no hint of autumn. the advice for the
eats, Lizzie is disagreeable until Jerry sympathizes with ,the foreman and decided to The new highway crestea the first month.

ter is left with pending.CHAPTER her imagined. ailments. The mat. make the trip .to Congress City him- hills. They drove higher and higher Barton The result at the

self, a drive of 50 miles.A until a panorama of countryside, end of the month is usually (not always -

fine day-and if he drove, why the sweep of field, the darkness of however) that as much as five

III-Continued not take Dorrie? They could. go wood, the stubble of cut grain and to fifteen pounds in weight has been CLOVERLEAF

BIt over the New Portland highway, shimmer of piled 'wheat, extended lost without the patient feeling that CHEESE BISCUITSMrs.
-' which wound along a ridge of the i in great rolling distances to right he or she has been starved. This
'around that he .
whispered Tenn.
was hills. Fine scenery. He tried to ; and left of them, so far that a blue great loss in is most- Mary Owen Memphis,
had been threatened with prison, weight usually
that he had used telephone her but the line was haze met the horizon. ly a loss in water from the tissues, Mix and sift 2 cups flour, 4 tsps.
company money busy. She had told him she wasn't Dorrie touched his arm. "Let's
for his own use. People shook their for although overweight individualslose baking powder and Vz tsp. salt.
going out today-he would have stop here, Hugh. Like a view froman
heads wasted life more water daily than do thoseof Rub in 4 tbsps. Jewel Special-
over a women
some sandwiches packea at, the airplane, isn't it?"
discussed it at tea parties for a normal weight, nevertheless fat Blend Shortening with the tips of
club, drive up and get I her. She The deep valley beside them
week then the world moved tissue holds more water than muscle the fingers or cut in with a knife.
about, its own consumingl inter-on would probably be glad to have the wound sinuously. Far down they tissue and by getting rid of this sur- Add % cup grated cheese and mix

esting affairs. outing. caught the gleam of a small river, plus water actual weight is lost. well. Beat 1 egg yolk and add

With his basket of lunch which silvering over some rapids, escaping At the end of the first month the to % cup milk. Then add to dry
Fluvanna was ill for several the chef at the club had put up for the fringe of hemlock and wil- next step in the treatment is cut- ingredients and mix until soft
weeks. Dry-eyed, white, almost him, and driving toward home, he low which leaned caressingly overit.
ting down on the fat foods by as dough is formed. Cut dough into
speechless, she lay in bed. Her felt
within him- .
expanding glow
much as one-quarter to one-third. small pieces, mould into balls and
friends whispered of shockshehad self at this unexpected break in the "Lonesome River," said Hugh. Another point about cutting downon place 3 together in each muffin
found him that way after she daily order. A day with Dorrie, "See that flat rock down by the
fat foods is that in those of nor- pan. Bake in hot oven (400 degrees -
heard the shot. Small wonder she out under the sky and sun, would stream? We'll be eating lunch'therein
about minutes.
20 This
mal weight or those underweightthe F.)
ill with that and if she knew "
was ,
work its magic, would smooth ,out ten minutes.
foods is makes ltd dozen Cloverleaf
use of fat of great helpin recipe
half the things that were rumored! misunderstanding, draw'them closer They descended the mountainand
"protecting" the body tissues. Al- cheese biscuits.-Adv.
When she grew better, she devoted in harmony.He came to a settlement of a doz-
the of fat foods too
so use prevents
herself to her children and old somnolent houses
saw' Tillie the maid en very
rapid burning or using
went out very little. Her friends called Norwich, A lane to the rightof up up
dust cloth over an upstairs win-
starch foods. You can thus'see that ST-
- -- could not AT LA
surmise the poignanciesthat dow sill as he went up the walk. the bridge led for a short dis- when the "protecting" influence of
harmless, idle conversationcould tance along the river bed. They
Dorrie was telephoning at the hall
fat foods is lessened by cutting
awaken, could not vision the table in a low almost inaudible parked the car under some syca- down on the amount of fat foods A COUGH RELIEFTHATALSO
pain that talk of home and hus- and taking the picnic bas-
voice as he entered the front door. mores,
eaten then in those of overweightthe
bands and plans for the future ket started along the littleusedtrail SPEEDS RECOVERY J
She turned at the sound of his foot- 'actual tissues of the body will
could awaken in a tortured soul, steps and the look which by th, water Remember the name! It's FOLEY'S HONEY
bleeding with memories. came "Hungry?" asked Hugh, when get worn more, and starch foods & TARI! Double-acting. One set of ingredients
over her face, startled, almost an- will be more rapidly burned. Thereis quicklysoothes.relieves tickling.hackingcough
they came to a ledge close to the irritated throat to keep
,. gry, gave him a feeling of shock. thus a "double" action on weight ing from coats coughing. Another sot linings reaches the
CHAPTER IV She hung up the receiver quickly water. reducing when fat foods are reducedin bronchial tubes,loosens phlegm,helps break upa
without saying good-by. "Ravenous! What did you bring? cough due to a cold and speds recovery. For
' She knelt the basket and amount. quick relief and speeded-ut rtcQrtT'yl15k your
), Hugh was intensely annoyed as "What brings you home? For- Cut the Starches Last druggist for double-acting FOLEY'S HONEY
Ii he buttered his breakfast "You get something?" she inquired lightly. drew out some chicken sandwiches And the final step of course, which &TAR.Ideal children,too.Getabottle today.

''I say you wrote to him, and then you A flush colored her cheeks. wrapped _in oil paper, piled themon may be in one to three months, is

got this letter? Why didn't you say "No. I came to see if you would a napkin between them. "And to cut down by one-third to onehalfon The World a Prize

something to me first?" like to go jaunting." fruit! Ginger-ale and glasses" all starch focds. These are usu- This world is given as the prizeof

ti "I thought I might persuade you "Where?" You thought of everything! ally the foods that the overweightlikes men in earnest, and this is

to change," answered Dorrie.He "Congress City. The contractor "It won't be very cold. It's been most, but they are also the truer of the world' to. come.

shook his head. "It wouldn't there is kicking about the road ove. an hour since they took it off foods that give energy to work or

" do, darling, at all. Insurance is a mesh we sent. Want 'to go?" the ice." to exercise. By cutting down too

., business I know nothing about. It She hesitated. "No, you go along "Never mind. It will be wet any- much on 'starch foods at the begin-

would take me a year or two to alone. I'm not dressed and thereare how. Have you an opener?" ning of the reduction process, the St.SoNV.
I want to do." Lunch over they sat side side N
, learn-and what would we live on things by individual is liable to feel so weak
r.. during that time?" The telephone pealed sharply.: for a few minutes his arm around and listless that to prevent com- u t

: "John thinks you might. do very Dorrie whirled abruptly for it, but her. plete collapse food is eatei. in in- and sore 1 1
t well in a few months. See what Hugh had already lifted the receiver "You've been nicer to me today creased quantities. throat discomfort ,,r""

t he says," she tossed the letter to his ear. "Hello than you've been for ages," said However, by waiting until a cer- are quickly

r\ over to him from John Reeper, hello hello." Hugh softly. tain amount of weight is lost by relieved by St. Joseph

husband of her sister Beryl. He hung up. "No one on the line "Have I, old funny?" getting rid of surplus water-attaining Genuine Pure Aspirin.

':. It was a mild communication, of- apparently! You don't want to (TO BE CONTINUED) the water balance-and then WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT

'.: fering little or nothing; if Hugh losing certain amount more by

wanted to take up the insurance cutting down on the fat foods, with
( business in New York, he would Styles in Dogs Change as in Anything the double action mentioned above, 8 1

, : put him in touch with the right par- when 'it comes to, the starch foods, vt
.' ties. Hugh groaned to himself that Else, and All Ta istes Must Be SuppliedMeanwhile and their turn to be cut down greatly -

Dorrie should regard this as a bush (50 per cent), the individual

: ness opportunity! in has lost &o much weight and gained Contempt for Life
Styles dogs change just as the smooth fox terrier
The lace on the flowing sleeve of they do in clothes. For a few years thrived in many families, for he so. much physical strength that he War is one place where human
: Dorrie's fell or she has gained confidence or mo- life is treated with contempt.
negligee she
as will dominate the
away one breed dog was a game rascal, a home defender -
r lifted her arm to pour a cup ofr" shows, then give way to, another.It and a rat destroyer.Just rale and tackles more readily the

r",. coffee. "Your father was in the in-' is just the same in the homes about the beginning of this reducing of the. starch. foods. DOJml1lJfi4lf ate
; surance business-you should have and on the streets, the choice of century the Airedale craze was unleashed -

some talent for it," she said idly. today must abdicate for another and it spread like wild- Angina Pectoris GaJ$ JJfJoa

Hugh disregarded that. "We'd favorite tomorrow.In fire. The Airedale is one of the i The typical or usual attack of ng
: have to move I angina pectoris (breast ) consists If you want to really GET RID OF
\ the horse and buggy days biggest terriers and can be taught pang GAS and terrible bloating, don't expectto
I"i "Exactly. there were more dogs on the streets almost anything, but his one-man of the sudden onset of agon- do it by Just doctoring. your stomach
"You want to? Leave this little izing pain in the region of the heartor with harsh, irntatinq alkalies and
than'one sees at this time, becauseof affection resulted in too many nips "gas tablets" Most GAS is lodged In
; place, our place? The arbor-vitae less danger. Turning back halfa and his coat required a lot of workto under the breast bone. There is the stomach and upper intestine and

(\k4; hedge is coming along so nicely, century, when winged game be kept right. a feeling that death is. at hand. The constipated is due to old bowels poisonous that matter are loaded in the .

t and the peach and plum trees we abounded, there were setters ga- The pain may extend into left shoulderand with ill-causing bacteria.If .
next pronounced cycle was your constipation is of long stand-
'" planted- lore, says the Detroit News. Men the German shepherd, that -arm. The patient is pale, mo- Ing, enormous quantities of dangerous
11-: "Sentimental as a woman" talked of their dogs and guns and tionless (afraid to move), and often bacteria accumulate. Then your digestion
called the GAS often heart
police and is
; dog upset. presses
1", "I'd hate to leave Corinth-even the sport afield in autumn was uni- these bathed with cold perspiration. The and lungs, making life miserable.
fl. d. this were a real opportunity-and versal, even though muzzle load- predominated. Some stick to pain comes on suddenly after ex-. You can't eat or sleep. Your headaches
: them at this time, but their regis- Your back aches. Your com
n..' \ isn't. The place where you were ers were a bit slow. trations ertion, excitement or a hearty meal. is sallow : eda pimply.I Your
:::' corn sort of gets into your blood. The women were coming in for are decreasing. \ While some cases of angina pec- wretched breath is,foul.unhappy You person.sick, grouchy YOUR,

;1$, You know everyone and Moth- pets. The small black and tan The shepherds were too big, so toris show some change in the struc- SYSTEM IS POISONED.
;t er-she's here." fancy turned to teiriers. Scotties Thousands of sufferers have found In
: terrier was a household joy, with ture of the heart and blood vessels, Adlerika the quick, scientific way to
-' "All the foolish objections first his keenness as an alarm and his had come over and a big wire- there are many that do not. The rid their systems of harmful bacteria.
--" and the real last!" haired fox terrier 'kennel send- Adlerika rids you of gas: and cleans
( one continuous warfare against rodents. was cause is felt to be that the heart foul poisons out of BOTH upper and
Hugh looked at her reproachfully."And And then somebody brought the ing forth winners. muscle is not getting enough "pure" lower bowels. Give your bowels a '

you like the 'steel business? first pug from England and for Boston terriers happened in and blood (or blood containing enough rid REAL of GAS.cleansing Adlerlka with does Adlerika.not gripeis Get

I've heard considerable complaint some years these harmless and made this their headquarters, Detroit oxygen: ) to enable it to do its I not habit forming. At all Leading

about how hard that is!" She was helpless fellows cuddled and becoming foremost with this work properly, or that there maybe Druggists..

using the curling tone he disliked, snored. breed and sending forth more winners a partial closure of the

very soft, edged with malice. Men who did not go in for hunt- than any city, even to taking blood vessels supplying the walls of M/ SORES BOILS

.. v "I've spent eight years in it. My ing took to the bull terrier, a scrappy best in show with many of them. the heart with blood. r n.ef ATHLETE'S FOOT,BURNS.CUTS.ndlTCHING ,

j:: grandfather was in it; most of my gentleman abroad, but an ideal The latest invasion is the Dober- However, some physicians now be- I SKIN

r relatives are. At least I know around the home. Now and then a man, a German dog trimmed fore lieve that "anginal" attacks in \ kC AT root LOCAL NUO StOttr

'". what it's about." mastiff, and quite a lot of St. Ber- and aft, smart, game and a gentle many cases are due to other causes : \ ,, rOSTPAID M i ulil o(pnc.

. When she did not answer he went nards and some Great Danes were man who minds his business un than the lack of pure blood in. the 'lArtSONVIILt.LOtIDA BoWSOrt CHautAl PtOOUns Co.

K.. on pleadingly. haven't done so seen. It was about then that the lessthere is a good dog fight iu heart muscles.

badly here.. Dorrie. And it hasn't wave of cocker spaniels struck. the offing. Western Newspaper Union.

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Foreign Words

J 5,1'Jl Few and Phrases ,

COMIC SECTION r Arriere pensee. (F.) A mental

Little reservation.
Crescite et multiplicamini. (L.)
Increase and multiply. (The mottoof

: ', Maryland.)
C'.j- se Faites vos jeux. (F.) Place your
ByTedO'Loughtin stakes (at roulette, etc.).
Union Ipso jure.
!: : ()By Wnt.rn N..p.per \ (L.) By unques-

:': ,::;;" RGE'ANT FINNE'SHUR, > > ENI INCIDENTALLY- .I jr/ tioned Lusus right.naturae. (L.) A freak of

,?, I WANT YOU'-O", ) SOON Ol'LU" KEep -rHE MSN, nature. S

: 'fAKe me "MIKE:. // NAVE -r'ee OUT 'IM THE: CARS ..,.. Nemine contradicente (nem.
( I SECOND BESTA con.) (L.) No one speaking in op-
SURE HEY Philadelphia firm advertising Tabula rasa. (L.) A blank tab
SET a salesman received a reply
'-S X'A I from a man who said that he was Vestigia nulla retrorsum. (L.)
I the greatest salesman in the world. No backward steps.Home .

I They engaged him and gave him
three lines of goods to sell any-

where in the West. They expectedhim

to do great things. Heating
After he had been away a week

and they had received no orders, ;
By John Barclay
they were surprised to get a tele- HhiS ,,
Heating Expert
;,,: gram saying: '
"I am not the world's greatest
: salesman. I. am the second best. How to Check "Chimney Loss,"

/ f The greatest salesman was the man Greatest Waste in Home Heating

;1" who loaded you up with these W.HAT is "chimney loss"? '"
/ I goods." that's a term we heat-

:-4:: 'iS7. wANTED ME ing experts have for heat that goes

.y-, I TAX ADDED up the chimney and is wasted. J
you < MIN
( \/ ,17 1'I
TARN Yet it's
'' SEZ H really a simple matter ,
.;'H' 35 RIJNNIt A J eNIN'WALIVER'7' to
'LAKE FbK Lls save money by reducing this (
; ..: &jssIP 2 LAST WANO'1HIM ) loss-convert "chimney loss" to .:
: & 1 4SHUN CAR 12-- gilJ CO Lt1MtJ Be- ALL "useful heat," as we call it. "

Next time you refuel the fire,
ADr-i\ c, -T i
j<,lM' "foo MUCH &A wURRD Oly move the handle of the turn dam- S'1

,CINSLER HAD HIS J) M'I SPEAK/ r( per (that disc or plate-like damper ", 5'

SToLEN r inside the smoke pipe) l-16th of an ;
A1tH inch toward the closed upright ''J

y 4ILST ON j IAT9I zt1tJL t position. Then, if the fire keeps ':'

1 Da ,
:, ''3 ooTyr

k.,,.'r''-"'"' &0)9Sectional ? )

"How much do you usually get ",

f'; for marrying people?" View Side View '--g:;

:; :: "Five dollars." Turn Damper in Smoke Pipe ,:
w. \ "Anything off for cash?"
,. __-'ft on burning too freely, turn the
> I damper another sixteenth
o an ti

::. :): gentleman Wasted EnergyA bit fed inch. Repeat this operation- ."
feeling a up .
til find the -
adjustmentone }
THE FEATHERHEADS ..JS.2SSSleuth: ::: Never Sleeps with life decided to commit suicideby that will deliver the greatest -. ;,;
hanging himself. A friend
came amount of useful heat with the ::
THE I'M PLUMB PLAYED WELL BH \ into the room and' discovered him least "chimney loss." "'\

tY,:': I OUT I JLJ 5-r j CAREFUL 1 standing with a rope round his Once you have found this ideal'
SINNER what he
waist and he
inquired was
CAr1'T KE>:P AND DoN'TM'1 told adjustment of the damper, mark :'...

. {, V IAKE UPf4' 1= IE5 STAB iodRSEL him trying he to was do.taking The his gentleman own life. the position on the smoke pipe .::
with a piece of chalk or something /
J JI opEN "But, said his friend, "why have '
PORK that can be plainly seen, and leave. ;;
f 'you the rope round your waist1"Well the damper set at that mark. :: _.
," .said the man, "when I .'
Bear this in mind: The
.,,' tied it round my neck it was chok- ",
the turn damper is set to the -j'

,' j ing me. closed position the smaller the ..1,..2" -
"chimney loss" and the greater ,' :?1
Knew Her Habits ,.
the volume of "useful heat" that \
z. Customer-I want a pair'of glovesfor
to properly heating r
goes your
: wife.SaleswomanYes.
;; my home. And, of course, the lower <"d
sir. What color -
71 your fuel bills. :
) r : ? Fj5
Customer-Doesn't matter.
I1 II/r7jJ2-z/ Saleswoman-What size? '-':

\f\; Customer-Doesn't matter. She'll A Three Days' CoughIs :t:,"':.

%.' JiTjInIcuRS be certain to change them in any I

case! Your Danger Signal

:: Assurance No matter how many medicinesyou
have tried for cough,chest t
your M
K. 1 <5"oTpL.e Officer-But how
o. can
you prove
cold bronchial irritation,
or you can
=. : SoR2y-BST T'I oDO G oN- I CsOr that you are the person to'whom get relief now with Creomulsion. -.v
I'M C50MN4A HIT DoWN eRg'sr5D> this letter is directed? Serious trouble may be brewing and ,?
HAV you cannot afford to take a chance -v
s Man (pulling photograph of him-
: HERE- IN HI I with anything less than Creomul- '
self out of his pocket-Now, is this
sion, which goes right to the seat'
viiaAT--? sTaRyi me or is it not? of the trouble to aid nature to ,
Official-Quite so, sir. Here is soothe and heal the inflamed mem- '
i your letter. branes as the germ-laden phlegmIs
loosened and expelled.
Even if other remedies have
t tI Whiskers failed, don't be discouraged, your
j Ernie My uncle can play the druggist is authorized to guarantee
oa piano by ear. Creomulsion and to refund your

Gurney That's nothing. My uncle money if you are not satisfied with .
results from the first bottle.
very ;.,
with his whiskers.-Co- :
fiddles ,
Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.. ,::__
lumbia Jester. .
I .
4 I Obliging Beginning of Education 'j

; Lawyer-Get my broker, ,Miss Education commences at the '1
; Jones. mother's knee, and every word
,d spoken in the hearing of little chil- ,
," "Yes, sir; stock or pawn? -Ev ''
dren tends toward the formationof
10', erybody's Weekly. .1
, ",,' ,', r character. Let parents always :Ii
:;<' KNEW HIS STUFF"I bear this in mind.-H. Ballou. I

( POISON WARNING the streets for pedestrians?" asked He's 'Safe Now ""
the promoter of civic welfare. Earwig-I hear you wife is ill; *s Up in the Morning

"They are not needed in our fam- she dangerously so? Feeling Fine ':

':, ';;, ily," replied your Mrs. Torkins in Dillpick-O, no. She is, too weakto
,, The refreshing relief so many folks
'; < superior tones. "Charley deardoesn't be dangerous. Boston Tran- .i
, .
'j say they get by taking Black- '
:.t drink a drop. script.
j' Draught for constipation makes
them enthusiastic about this famous purely -
'' Different vegetable laxative. i
Then It'll Be
: Potato Bug Lover-Reject me Tasted Her Cooking Black-Draught puts the digestive tract ,.J.
;. .,and I'll throw myself into a bag of Catty Guest:: Pardon me, but I Gawge-Does you really love me, In better condition to act regularly every
noticed honey, or does yo'.only,think yo' do? day, without your continually having to ..
paris at the dinner table that
s green. your take medicine to move the bowels.
husband smacks his lips quite loudly Honey-Ah just loves you, Gawge.Ah Next time, be sure to try
ain't had no time to do thinkin'
when he no -
Exactly eats. Believe me, that'sone
"Have you ever appeared as a thing my husband does not do. yit. "I shuddered when Jim pro.

witness before?" Catty Hostess-No, I suppose not, posed." D. .
your cooking. Munitions Racket "Was he so awkward?"
... "In which suit?" She-Is there much graft in the "Oh, no; he did it so well." A GOOD LAXATIVE

9, "My blue serge." Boston Evening That Time They Had To army? ,
J .,,; Transcript. He-I don't think the Van Scamp He-Oh, sure. Even the bayonetsare He Missed It WNU-7 53-36 '
'!' fixed.-West Point Pointer.A Mother-There were two applein
:\ I :'. family get along at all. I under- this i
the morning nov
.,; ;
VacationingBoySay stand they out
go together.
:t, dad, what does it mean She-No, the only time they did HOME RUN there is only one. How can you ac SMALL SIZE 1s LARGE SIZE
count for that? 60c $1.20
,.I" : > when the paper says some man was the Sunday morning the gas Son-It was dark in the cupboardand *
: "i went to a convention as a delegate oven exploded.
r did notice the other.-
.;- at large? 1 not

:;,,. Dad-It means his wife didn'tgowith Looking 'Em Over Philadelphia Inquirer. ,
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:, him, son.-L. & N. Employees' &RA'",0
you a woman's placeis
Obliging Child A for Rheumaticand
,, ,, Magazine. recognized Remedy
; in the home?
S Grandma-Would you like to gc Neuritis sufferer A perfect Blood
.i'! ."Certainly," said Miss Cayenne, to the fair and ride in the round Purifier. Makes thin Blood Rich and
-"'. Guide Lines "but a man's place is to get busy about, dear? Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor.
"What do you think of those and get rid ,of the idea that home She-I hurled defiance at him., Modern Child-1 don't really min Always Effective Why suffer? ,...
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straighi.iuiS5.Uiey..have: ...marked. in is. ". m. ""'
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