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 8, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:00612
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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.!t ;; 'Clewiston Men lamed.Chairmen _Negro Child Is fRecords Tumble for '

First Baby of 1937At ::
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: : t Of Both two o'clock last Friday morning Sugar Shipments and .

only a short time after the

i : } New County Boards greater part of the country had ushered Daily Cane Grinding

in another New Year, a negro )

I' baby was born in the offices of Dr. '
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'.:'< VonMach To Preside Dave G. Alston Heads G. J. Potter, the first child born in Alston's New Store SEVEXTY-TWO CARS OF SUGARS ;-

Clewiston in 1937. SHIPPED FROM HERE ..

_L I At Future Meetings Board of CountyCommissioners The child, a boy, weighed eight To Open TomorrowD. LAST SATURDAY i.
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and a half pounds and is the Eon of After all-time
., of School Board -- breaking one
., ". Roscoc and Rachel Hollorvay, longtime record for dally grinding of cane
G. Alston has been moving
.,. --- residents of Lake Harbor and at the sugar.house of the United

,: / The outgoing Board of Public In- Dave G. Alston of Clewiston, was well known to all residents of that stock all this week into his new storeat States. Sugar Corporation :Monday : -
struction of Hendry county and the elected chairman of the board of the corner of Bond Street and when 4,843'tons of cane
section where he is employed by
incoming board each held their county commissioners at their meet I Sugarland Highway and workmen were fed into the giant grind-

meetings Tuesday night in LaBelle ing held at the courthouse in LaBelle Robert Crouch. The boy was named have been feverishly engaged in put- ing machinery, the force came

C and at the organization meeting of Tuesday for organization, toss begin- Carl Lewis.NEWT back strong on Wednesday to
ting the final touches to the building
,r I' $.-the new board, M. E. VonMach, ning his second term as leader of hang up a new record of :

{ '{ member: of the board from Clewiston, the commission. All of the newly preparatory to the opening tomor- 4,924.71 tons for the 24-hour ,

'. ,was named chairman. elected members of the board were LUMfvlUS HERETO row (Saturday) and plans have been: period ending at six o'clock :

The outgoing board held their in attendance as well as hold-over made for one of the most gala store Thursday morning and are well

1, meeting at seven o'clock'' with all members, those present being .Mr. openings Clewiston has ever had. The j on the way to reaching the

members present Drew Hanipton, Alston, Herbert O'Bannon, Mark INSTALL OFFICERS 5,000 ton goal which has been ; .
new store will be known as the Seminole -
chairman; 'Jim Maddox and'lL E. Poole, Alto Hires, and E. B. Hull. set for the peak of the season.
Drug Dept. Shop.
VonMach. L. O. Gravely, attorney, Attorney L. O. Gravely and Circuit
OF KIWANIS CLUB The new building,' of brick and tile
: and S. A. Graves, acting superin- Clerk W. T. Hull were also present. b construction with white stucco ex- The largest single shipment ever

., tendent, were also in attendance. His re-election as chairman of the made from the sugar house of fhe
is thoroughly modern'tnrougho
There was< little business to transact county board is the second tributeto United States Sugar Corporation,
:' : The newly 'elected officers of the t and there are few, if any,
: the out of routine
except Mr. Alston's popularity as a commissioner here was made last Saturday
'. Kiwanis Club who will guide the affairs square corners anywhere outside or
:. ;' matters and putting everything in as he was elected to of- I when two solid train loads moved
of that body during the i inside the building. The entrance is
-,_, ; readiness for the new board to take fice in November without opposition new from Clewiston to the Dixie Crystal
::;\ 'over. !' in either the primary or general elec- year, were installed at a very impres-' at the corner of the two'streets with I I refinery in Savannah. One train con-.
: sive meeting held at the Inn Wednes- another rear entrance on Bond
; '
I:;> At eight o'clock the members of taining thirty-seven cars was routed
.,. tion.The LieutenantG'overnor Street. Large windows I
plate glass
'f day evening with
,.: ;', the new board came ,together: M. E. following partial report of north over the Atlantic Coast Line
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Newt Lummus of Miami give good light on the interior and
',o: VonMach, of Clewiston, Roy Messer:! the meeting !is taken from the Hendry presid- railroad ,while the thirty-five car
-- indirect lighting fixtures pro- [
:.: of LaBelle and :Mrs. Homer Taylor, County News of this week: ing.Mr. are train was routed south over the
.' Lummus first called)] all of the vided for use when artificial lightings
:" Felda. S. A. Graves was in attendance -
Fred hidden came before the Florida East Coast from Lake Har-
:' : at'' this meeting in the capacity board in regards to the Fort Denaud new officers and the new board of I needed. bor.
directors into a his table The soda fountain called the liquid
of county superintendent to' group near -
It the of
cemetery. was opinion the The tremendous quantity of sugar
elected in NoT and directed his first remarks to the carbonic fountain, is the most
; which office he was board that it was their duty to look can be estimated from the 250 bags
.I! after it. directors on their duy regardingthe modern in the Everglades and amonga
I each containing 325 pounds in each
.',' Following the presentation and !! Joe Johnson, of Reynolds & Com- budget and finance. of the club. very few in the state. Built of a a total of 5,850,000 pounds or
certification of commissions 1\lr.1 He next talked to tin secretary, B. beautiful mottled marble, it is inJ Vicar I
pany, brokers of Fort Myers, appeared 2,925 short tons. This shipment is
named E. Herring and cong'atulr.ted the two pieces. Customers are seated at
Graves took the chair and < with $3,000 courthouse bonds, said to have represented the total
club on having made the offices of a low marble counter while the clerk
:Mrs. Taylor as temporary chairman.
1949, with 1937 coupons attached at 'output of the mill for a period of
'She called for motion for permanent j I 98 flat. It was voted that the bondsbe secretary and treasure separate of- mixes drinks in the other compart- eight days. An average daily ship
:: and her motion fices stating that either requiredtoo ment with back to the customers.The .
chairman on own \ purchased'in accordance with offer ment of ten cars is made from the
-:'. supported by Mr. Messer, Mr. Von and that they be locked in the safe much work for one man to accomplish chairs and tables are all mod- sugar house during the normal sea-
"' Mach was elected and took charge deposit box in Fort Myers. all of it. He .stressed the ernistic in design. Two small counters -

I importance of getting in reports carry a full line of notions in son.In
I. .- of the meeting. It was voted that bills as read be addition to the tremendous
" to the district and Inter- value from ten to twenty-five cents.
's: '.F. A discussion of school affairs approved. That check to commissioners quantity of sugar shipped Saturday
4'1: .F: .-1ow d and a letter of thanks was ordered for $50 be indorsed over to Selden national offices.' Vice-president J. W. Other articles in the line or'gift there were six cars black-strap
': sent to the member of the old Stewart..' .-. -. ",:-"._.... Ezelle was the object of Mr. Lum- goods are prominently displayed in molasses, each car containing ten
board for their co-operation and for Board then adjourned(; with the m'ris' next .remarks'-and ho urged him shallow cases arranged around the thousand gallons. This shipment was
A to familiarize himself with the duties room' It is planned within a short
leaving the affairs in good shape. same present. At this time the list only one of regular shipments of this
new teacher was hired for the La- of court jurors were selected. of the president and with club time to put in a line of children's size which are consigned to Jacksonville -

Belle High School to replace Mrs. 1. The following resolution was a- affairs so that he would be ready to ready-to-wear clothing. A lending I to be loaded on tankers and

Delaney who resigned during the hol- dopted: help the president when necessary.His library with all the latest bestsellers taken to northern ports for ultimateuse

idays. It was reported that a PWA Whereas the J. I.. Lofton Con- talk to President I. M. Paf- will check out novels for a reas- in making stock feed, in alcohol

: project for an addition to the La- struction' Company has completedthe ford was very impressive and in onable weekly rate. Cigars, cigar- manufacture and many other uses.
approved closing he stated that he hoped he ettes and tobaccos ''are arranged in
.. .L.' Belle schoolhouse had been construction of a certain, bridgeat J. J. Harrington, general managerand
:: :' : '. and would probably be started Fort Denaud in a manner satis- and as many other members. pos the usual place at the end of the vice-president of the United
.: : > sible would be able to attend the fountain nearest the entrance. A
;,, when labor is available. factory to the board; States Sugar Corporation stated this
\" .$. f?' The secretary was instructed to Whereas, the said J. L. Loftin mid-winter conference at Lake complete luncheonette service is pro- week that a new record was made
'. '"J Wales on January tenth and eleventhat vided and practically everything pos-
;#i: contact the board of county commissioners Construction Company had hereto- Monday at the sugar house for the
"} for a joint meeting to be fore bond which time Charles Francis Coe sible arranged for the convenience
,./ given to Hendry county daily grind, a total of 4,843 tons of
::.,::.. "r;. :., held in the near future for the purpose with a surety company as surety for would be principal speaker, taking of the customer.Mrs. cane having been put through the
:: '" the place of Roe Fulkerson who is Alston will manage the new
of making an attempt to secure the faithful and proper constructionof great rollers during the day. Al-
;,:, )* a portion of the gas tax money for the said bridge; ill and unable to attend. place of business while Mr. Alstonmanages' though this is an all-time record for
J' the schools in lieu of President 'Pafford next asked E. E. the present place of busi- "-
; ,;. ; use by race Therefore Be It Resolved, by the the company, the general sentimentat
:?" :: 'f 'track funds. The schools are hope- county commissioners of Hendry Kelly to present the pastpresident'sbutton ness. Here the prescription business the sugar house is that more than
',:: : ful of securing one sixth of the county that J. L. Loftin Companyand to A. W. Lawrence. In a short : will remain and little change madein 5,000 tons will be put through the
.)' ,:: tax which but impressive talk MfC Kelly praisedthe the present store.Engineers' .
: yearly gas money comes sureties be paid and hereby discharged 1 mill at the peak of the season which

\ "':><. into; the county, a total of about I from further obligations work of Mr. Lawrence as president will be reached, probably, within a

/:>: ;-o:, $60,000. under" said bond and contract. and stated that it was the best j D-l Is few weeks. Mr. Harrington stated

',,:': ,". Mr. VonMach is now serving his ,The board, then adjourned until leadership the club had had since. further that the grinding season

:""'.' '' second term as school board member* the mid-monthly meeting, Tuesday, its erganization. I I Undergoing Alteration would apparently run well into April
:'" (f'. from his district and has distinguished January 19, 1937.MacKenzie R. M. Bishop, who had been appointed I this year.

"Y..:.. .;!,: himself during the past term by;i to take the place of A. W. Added interest on the part of the
: .. I Sias chairman of the attendance !I The U. S. Engineer dipper dredge
: his work in behalf of the local and as of one the mill in
To FinishCaloosahatchee public in seeing oper-
: ,,+ all county schools. He has been aggressive groups made a short talk I the D-1, which'vorked for several ation is evidenced by the great number -

j I.r.-l.: in obtaining everything pos-| I and stated that the new contest in weeks in Lake Hicpochee loading of visitors that are being guided
,.' ;.l' 1 sible to benefit the schools and in I I'r j Work attendance would start next 'V'ednes-I rock on barges for 'use in the east the house each day.
through sugar
} +f'J., raising funds to pay teachers' salar-: I I day. I shore revetment and later moved to Nearly three thousand visitors were

ies and outstanding bills. It i? beI It was learned from a reliable W. G. Ward, vice-president of the : Pahokee for the same purpose finished shown through during the month of

lieved that the new board will do I source this week that the Atlantic I Miami 'Kiwanis club and Frank Hilton -, the work required of her there December, the total for the season,

excellent work during the next two Dredging and Construction Company I I a member of the same club were I and moved back to Clewiston on January through Monday' night. January 4,

-. :':. '.. years under his leadership. would send their big six-yard Moni- guests at the meeting as was 'W. H. 1. It is tied up with, the ,quarter being 3,020. This number is almost
.,;2." '--- -- ghan dragline back to the Caloosa- i Lanier of Clewiston. R. N. Smith I boat in the government slip and is half as many as visited the sugarhouse

';/ .. ,:,. Golf Tournament '-' hatchee river the latter part 'of this was received as a new member. undergoing some alterations.It during all of the last season ".

,,;;'. week to complete the portion of their is understood that a pump will and is more than the total number

'< .- I river'contract which they left in Red Cross Roll Call be installed on the boat which will visitors the first grinding
( : \ To Be Held Soon of during
:- June. Since that time they have been be used for pumping tie! water out .

", !,'.; 1 at work on a contract for widening To Finish Next WeekMrs. at hurricane gates' when repairs are year.This great'number of visitors during -

!. .ft I':: The Clewiston Hnlf Club has an- '! and deepening Taylor Creek at Okee-I I underway. This leads to the belief the first month is all the more interesting -

.:,_/ nounced the annual winter golf: [ "hobee City and more recently'a subcontract that the machine will remain in the when it is considered that

:'; ."\.'" ., tournament with qualifying rounds.. on the levee work in Division R. Y. Patterson, chairman of lake permanently to bs' used on the main road to the mill has been

-i':; ,:J,:' to be played from January 9 to and: ,i l, Four at Nubbin Slough. the Clewiston chapter of the American ]-, maintenance after the conclusion of (Continued on Page 8) '
-r-"' ""- '," including January 23. All golfers are ,i There still remains less than a Red Cross stated this week that the projects.

',). ..'' :':' invited to participate. I j quarter of a million yards in their an attempt would lie made ,to com- 'i! of'Refrigerators
; ;< Three or four flights are planned, river contract which 'they were per- plete the roll call drive for CJewis- Mrs. Rose Schmidt ,

..', depending on the number of en i-j .")mUted' to leave during the June ton next'week and that a thorough
:;::, .,_ and match play will begin on Sum- floods because they were consider- canvass of the town would be madein --

,. day, January 24. Beautiful and appropriate ably ahead of schedule on the work. the meantime in an attempt to Mrs. Rose Schmidt, 71, died at her
f> : trophies have been select- After sub-contracting the levee work reach the quota set for the chapter. home in Stapleton, Staten Island, advertisement elsewhere, in

I'' : "- ed for the winners of the event. on the north shore levee the river The roll call was scheduled to take New York last Thursday afternoonof this issue calls attention to a novel

An entrance fee of one' dollar will! work was subcontracted to Dave Ire-I' place the first of December but was a heart ailment and the infirmitiesof demonstration of kerosene opefrted .

';. ". be charged and nQn-members will I land of Fort Myers who was to have.I delayed by tlie celebration at the age. She had been ill for several refrigerators, the Electrolux, which ,.

not be charged green fees for the completed it with his hydraulic opening of the sugar harvest sea- months. is being sponsored by the Franklin

1(i ,:' qualifying round or on the day that I dredge "Reliable". The burning of I son. The holidays following soon after -' Her daughter, Mrs. H. J. B. Hardware Company: distributors for

:: :V'. their matches aro played. I the "Reliable" however, forced a forced further postponement so I Scbarnberg, and her grandson, John the product in this territory.A .

:>.'<'i'v, Joe Masters local golf pro an- change in plan and while it was rumored -I that there would be no interferencewith Lucaa, of this city were notified at trailer, with amplifying system

'. ':,:';&'* nounces that' the course is now in a last week that the Standard I the Christmas real campaign. !]jonce i and Mrs. Scharnberg left for I and particularly adapted for the

,::, :,. splendid condition and much inter- Dreclgo "Tampa" might move back to I The chapter quota 'las been set! New York immediately. demonstration of the machine will
.<',Y.'.: est is expected to be manifested in do\ the work the MacKenzie company Hat I one hundred memb''r.: and the coj I Mrs. Schmidt will be well remembered I be parked in front of the Post-office

the coming tournament. Anyone has decided to do it themselves. i j operation of everyone is solicited $O I by many Clewiston residents, Arcade from one to three oVock

wishing further ,information should The Monighan has been averagingabout j that enough memberships may, be i 1 having visited her daughter here Saturday afternoon. The specially

: get in touch with Mr. Masters at I 7,500 yards of material dailyin \ obtained to put Clewi ton over the jj several times, the last time being the :equipped: trailer is sent here'from the

; the'course at once., : the Nubbin Slough levee. .top. l past summer. Electrolux factory. '
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Arthur Brisbane, That Sick Perplexity

-V- 72 is only puzzling to the (f.\
Editor Dies at LIFE ,
interested The whole in secret one thing of life profoundlyand is to Cusisi&ntby person who gives nothing .

in a thousand things well.- to it. The doctor tending the
sick does not wonder why he

b Hugh Do not Walpole.cast your heart before the Work Known to Millions; is alive and what it is all about.

world; the world is an ill-trained Column Popular in This IN REVO The mother bringing up her
dog which does not retrieve. t children to strong and'clean
Victor Chcrbulies. Newspaper. citizenship is not worried by

The thing that impresses me is tScLuja/icL (D. Pi the futility of life. It is life's
the reverence that Americans show New York, N. Y.-With the debtors, those who take every-

for great men and .great deeds.- death of Arthur,Brisbane Christ- Western Newspaper Union thing and give nothing, who

Emil Ludwig. the world lost its find themselves faced with a
No other factor in the intellectuallife mas morning, Chiang Is Free Again; to farmers by the various FCA sick perplexity of the soul.

of Americans is more importantthan most widely known and most Soong May Be Premier agencies: were $670,000,000 com:
the colleges for women. widely read newspaper writer pared to. $1,060,000,000 in 1935.
Owen D. Young.I and editor. The veteran com- CHIANG KAI SHEK, generalis- The decline reflected a decreasein More men fall through ignorance i
am certain the world,crisis will China and its dictator, the "emergency demand" of their strength than a
loon pass, owing!; to the general favor. mentator, whose column "This is back in Nanking. Marshal Chang, farmers for assistance from federal through knowledge of their

able reaction.-David Lloyd George. Week" appeared regularly in I I who held him prisoner in Sianfu for agencies, because they "had no weakness. ;

this died of heart two weeks, also is other
newspaper <:""",., source credit after the depression
in the Nationalist
disease while he slept. He was ," Myers said.
capital, avowedly
seventytwo.True repentant and ready "
to the Brisbane tradition, he 4 / to submit to any Roper Urges Censusof "On My Left-

kept up the terrific pace ,of his workto punishment. The the Unemployed Here is a Bret Harte storytoldby

the last. When he was strickenlate ; k danger of civil wart Hamlin Garland 'in "Companions -

Reversed Charges in the afternoon of Christmaseve >k ,. has passed 'for the SECRETARY OF COMMERCE on the Trail," who heard it i
This is the age when a husband he had almost finished his col-. {y'4 time. The terms on his annual reportto from the lips of- William Dean i

kisses his wife's neck and says: umn, "Today," which appeared in which Chang released the President and congress urged Howells: J

"Why, dearie, you haven't shaved many large daily newspapers, principally -- 't Chiang have legislation for a census of the un- "Bret Harte was a careless vagabond J;
this !" those of William Randolph employed. It has been estimated ..
% not been made pub- said Howells, "improvident I
Hearst's string. He was forced to'caIl that such a census would cost be- '
lie. The dictator but highly amusing, and we
Ask Me Another upon his son, Seward, 22, to completeit. T. V. Soong Sued a statement, tween 15 and 25 million dollars and all liked him. He was always in

History Prof. Who was Talleyrand It was the first time in his life directed to his kidnaper, commending would provide jobs for 25,000. Said debt. It fell to me'on one occasion -

? Arthur Brisbane had not finished his change of heart'and promis- Mr. Roper: 'to ,present him as a lecturerin

Student A fan dancer, and what he had;set out to write. ing to use his influence to obtain "Although" approximately 6,000,000 Tremont temple (Boston) and

cut the baby talk. Millions of Readers.It leniency for him; and Chang also unemployed persons have obtained when I called at his house I found

was only a few hours afterwardMr. gave out a statement admitting his gainful work since,March, 1933, and him in the custody of a constable.

Stimulating Brisbane fell asleep in his Fifth grievous fault. the number of unemployed is stead- Harte explained without'ap.- :
"I look upon hiking as''a tonic." avenue apartment. At his bedside These developments would seem ily diminishing, the federal government parent concern, that his tailor had

"Yes; and a passing auto' as a were his physicians, Dr. Leopold to have quieted down the Oriental must co-operate with state and sent the officer to collect payment ,II

4 pick-me-up, I suppose." Stieglitz and Dr. Frederick Zeman, situation, but there is another mat- local agencies and industry in mak- for a suit of,clothes, and the con-

and a nurse. In the apartment his ter that threatens continued trouble. ingwork available whereby the un- stable said to me; 'This man shall I!r

['" Not on the Menu entire family had, gatheredhiswife This is, the prospect that Chiang employed may provide a livelihoodfor not give his 'lecture ,without ''

f "Hey! Waiter! Hey!" Mrs. Phoebe Brisbane, whomhe may,decide, to confine his attention themselves and their families." ing over his fee!' hand'I', I'I',

"Sorry, sir. We don't serve it." had married in 1912; his son, largely to military affairs and to Harte invited him to ride with us (

... Seward, and his four daughters, Mrs. make Dr. T. V. Soong, his brother- Mahatma Gandhi Again to the hall and sit on the plat

' : in-law, premier. Soong, who used Prodding the British form. This he did," continued i I
to be minister'of finance stands
Howells, "and so, as I rose to pre i
high among those who favor a SILENT for two years, Mahatma
Iif, sent the speaker, I had on my ,r
DortftIRRITATION strong foreign policy, ,including resistance once more comes into right a hand a distinguished novelist 1!
f" notice with
to further encroachmentsby a speech tendingto
( and on my left the constable
Japan. Therefore it is easy to increase the opposition British
4 rule in India. -Harte being the least perturbed j I
see that his elevation to the pre- He "
of the trio.
miership would greatly annoy To- I spoke at an industrial t

;r'J + kio and might easily bring about an I exposition held \ 4i tI
c open break between the two nations i in connection with 'J? i

:;; Since Marshal Chang is one the annual session I
,. of the All-India Na- "!
of those demanding war with Japan, LUDZN'S
it is rumored that the appointmentof tional congress, the

.' Soong was the specified reward members of which J > MENTHOL COUGH DROPS
:: for his release of Chiang and sub- were already agitat- ,
, mission to discipline. ing in favor of inde- y will do these 3 things. .
f E1: / pendence. Said the
and all for
: Btf
man" .4' '
Arthur Brisbane, Noted "holy :
. "' N M SrARD "Show me the '
', E*ZH FUSr + 'i'JpS.Pk Journalist, Is Dead way. I am prepared Mahatma @ Clear your head (.. )j

A RTHUR BRISBANE, one of the to go back to jail Gandhi e Soothe your throat

foremost newspaper editors again. I to be
am prepared hanged."If .
Dark Religion and writers of the time and Help build
the do all I up yourALKALINE
want to
Some want to have you you do.
f men religion
died in his New York
highest paid,
; like a dark lantern, and carry itI' residence of thrombosis at Lord Linlithgow (British high com- RESERVEWHEN
in their coronary missioner for India) will say, 'I
pocket, where nobody but the age of seventy-two. The mil- A COLD STRIKES!
E, themselves can get any good from lions of Americans who have read am wrong. I thought you people
;',.", it.-Henry Ward Beecher. were terrorists, and, if you like, we j
his columns
faithfully and
I'; '. ARTHUR BRISBANEJ. Britishers will go back on the next
; "This Week," mourn his passing.An steamer.' We would then say to A Purpose in Life :
R. K. 23 indefatigable able and often We are escorted on hand i
McCrary, ; Emily, 18; Linlithgow and the British, India is every
DON'T RUB Alice, 14, and Elinor, 12 The great brilliant worker, he continued his big enough to hold you and .more through life by spiritual agents, -.
editor never awakened. journalistic labors almost to the like and a beneficent purpose lies in
Probably knows how hour of his death. you. wait for us.-Emerson.
no one
1 ;: YOUR EYES millions of persons read'' Mr. Bris- Born in Buffalo, N. Y, Mr. Bris- "That is my swaraj self-govern-" :l''
ment under native influence).
bane's verse, analytical comments bane at eighteen joined the staff of
:Rubbing[ your eyes grinds invisible particles of Jawaharlal Nehru
dust and dirt right into the delicate tissues upon the news of the day. It is'estimated the New York Sun as a reporter. in his presi-
:,.: making the irritation just that much worse. A that 25 millions read his daily Shortly after he went to Europe for dential address to the congress,
;, much better way,as thousands have discovered. column. Additionalmillions followed five years to complete his educa- warned the British his countrymen
is to use a little Murine in each eye-night and
morning. Murine may be depended on to relieve with satisfaction the weekly column tion and became the London corre- would not be "parties to an imperi-
: eye irritation because it is a reliable eye spondent of the Sun. From that alist war."
syndicated by Western Newspaper
;.: preparation containing 7 active ingredients of
known value in caring for the eyes. In use for Union to this and many, other lead- time he advanced steadily in the' ," .,
:R 40 years.Ask:for Munne at your drug store. ing weekly n wspapers.Mr profession. For the last 29 years Adolf Hitler Is Defied

Brisbane was wealthy., It. is he was employed by William R. by Madrid Government
reported that his yearly salary at Hearst. He had been ill for some
A FARMER BOYONE the German steamer
.the; time of his death was $260,000. time but characteristically con- WHEN THE TIME WHAT TO DO "
was captured by
of the best known In addition, there was the return on cealed his condition from all but Span-
r y men in the his extensive real estate holdings. members of his family and died in ish loyalists at Bilbao because it FEE15LIKE EW!
r: U. S. was the late Dr. R. carried war munitions supposedly
the harness he would have
V. Pierce of Buffalo N. Arthur Brisbane born in Buf- as
destined for the Franco forces, the THANKS TO CLEVER WIFE.
Y., who born wished to do.
was on a
4ry farm in Pa. Dr. Pierce' falo, N. Y., in 1864. He attended the Berlin government demanded its TTErasn't: himself. Had too many restless
A:.>'. ip Favorite Prescription has public schools and then, forsaking a release under threat of STL nights,too many tired days.Seemed to lose
s; for nearly 70 years been Air Liner Crashes; reprisal. his ambition.But his clever wife was too smartto
/ college education he
p, helping women who have a reporter But the Basque authorities defied let this go on. She insisted that he try
headache and backache associated on the old New York Sun at Twelve Perish Hitler and decided to hold the Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) and he found
with functional ves- out what a surpnsing difference it made to use -
.... ,' disturbances, and older women who experience 19. Yet his rise' to the position he ANOTHER big air liner, the third sel. This put up to the fuehrer the laxative of entirely vegetable; origin.He didn't F .
:' heat flashes. By increasing the appetite held in the world of journalism at disaster in month decision to whether he mind taking NRs at all. they were BO gentle ...
as would
a : this tonic helps to upbuild the body. Buy of the last a and non-habit forming. They simply made--
not the Horatio
> your druggist New size tabs, SOc liquid $1. was Alger crashed against the top of Oak send to the rebels the 60,000 armed him feel like a .

{ type of success story, with glory mountain, twenty miles from Bur- men they have asked, and all Eu- a new 25c man.box Get at D'

I' ,. Conscience Better GuideOne's crowning tear-jerking the tribulations.hero after countless He was bank, Calif., and hurtled down intoa rope waited uneasily for his an, any today.drugstore "
ravine, a mass of tangled wreck swer.
,- conscience often knows good and he was successful from the ..
age. The twelve persons aboard It was believed Hitler would avoid ..
getter than his brain.
f. were all killed. Three of the nine war measures in this crisis, and '
"Greatest Journalist of Day." I I passengers were women. The plane, both Great Britain and France were Three Necessary Things

:" When You Need It was,,not long before he was the a twin motored Boeing, was oper- hopeful that he would preserve To become in able man' in any

t' Sun's London correspondent. After ated by the United Air Lines and peace because they have offered to profession, there are three things :t

a Laxative five years, there was a shake-up on was on its way from,San Franciscoto help his economic and colonial necessary nature, study and
;'',. Thousands of men and women the; paper and the management Burbank. needs in return for noninterventionin practice.-Aristotle.GENUINE4PURE. ,'
!know how wise It Is to take Black-
: cabled him to return. He said he the Spanish conflict. However, I
the first
; Draught at sign of constl1. -
pation. They like the refreshing relief would if they made him managing' Condition of Pope PiusIs informed German sources said the i >,
: editor. Managing editor! He was Anglo-French note sent Christmas,
," it brings. They know Its timely Growing Worse f .
'; ,. use may save them from feeling just 23. They made him managing urging, a cessation of German vol- '
.' badly and possibly losing time atI' editor. And so well did he execute I pROGRESS of the illness of Pope unteer enlistments for Spain had WI WORLD'S

: work from sickness brought on by his job, Joseph Pulitzer took him was followed with great come too late, and that Germanywill LARGEST .

constipation. over to the New York World, which, anxiety, for it was admitted'at the permit and even encourage a SEVER4che
If you have to take a laxative occasionally under the Brisbane directorship, Vatican that he was steadily grow- continuance of such enlistments. c1>"

:; organ of public opinion in America. pain. The paralysis was spreading Hans Von Seeckt, German -'>f: b.s a\ ': 5 a .(\.\ te. :I. 0 C
i. When William along the left side and arm, and \ eu i CoI.i \ ': 1 .
Randolph Hearst
Soldier, Is Dead ott.o ate SU1 o4r.
t A GOOD LAXATIVE came from California and bought one report said his physicians de- CO at' S
clared science could do nothing HANS VON SEECKT, who du 'ed 01
f the: New York Journal he hired Mr. GEN. lie"
-- in Berlin at the
:: Brisbane-at reduction further for him. After the Christ- age of

t c' I Charleston Wakefield Cabbage Plants almost 50 per a cent. But there in salaryof was ,, mas eve radio message which the seventy, was one of the really capa- ,
'" pontiff insisted on giving he fainted. ble commanders in the World war.
One dollar
.: per thousand delivered. an agreement that as the circulation
While acting as chief of- staff to
R. M. PERSON increased, so would his compensa-
Charlotte His Financial Status of Field Marshall Von Mackensen he
North Carolina tion. earnings on the World
: was responsible for the great defeatof
were multiplied in almost no time. Farmers ImprovingA the Russians at Gorlice, and he -7 1-37

{* 2 SORES BOILS I The association with Hearst be- MONG the numerous govern- planned the campaigns that resultedin

t::!. ATHLETE'S FOOT, ,BURNS, Brisbane came a life-long friendship, and Mr. mental reports at the year'sclose the collapse of Serbia and Ru- MORNING DISTRESSis

CUTS. JITCHING SKIN soon became regarded as that of M. I. Myers, head of mania. After the Von Kapp putschof to acid,upset stomach.
l,,:,. .- At fOUl LOCAL DNQ sloe next to Mr. Hearst in importance in the farm credit administration, is 1920 Van Seeckt was made com- Milnesia ,wafers (the orig-
r"- W Oc-POSTPAID ww.I p.s the chain of newspapers. When he interesting and encouraging, show-, mander in chief of the German inal) quickly relieve acid

".; '.. \ ';/BOVSOM CHCMKAl FtOOUCTt CO.tACKIONVIHI..fiOIIOA. died, Mr. Hearst said: "I know that ing that the outlook for the finan- army which he built into an efficient & 1 stomach and give necessary
t N Arthur Brisbane was the greatest cial status of farmers for 1937 is I force. Later he helped to ,/ elimination Each wafer
," \1s BOWSON'S BALSAM iournalist of his day." bright. During 1936 the total loans train the Chinese National army. equals 4 teaspoonnils of mil;

of magnesia. 20c,35c &60c.


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I ;l::' .... ... Never Say"Die"
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Persons who never say "die" *
,. UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL find 380 other and Phrases
can of getting
T HE most necessary talent HAT can I get out of ways
: in of conversation life?" is the the idea across, in the American
':; a man '
4." 3 language, says an article in Amer- Peu de chose. (F.) A small
I is a good judgment. He thaf SUNDAY question with which to, approach -
1''':''''' '. hath this in perfection is a Lesson it. No life is worth liv- ican Speech, a Columbia Univer- matter.
: ing that sity linguistic quarterly.Dr. Quid pro quo. (L.) One thing
.2 );' master of his companion, with I on basis-which is why '
,..,i>' out letting him see it; and has By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, there are so many' disappointed Louise Pond, of the Univer- for another; an equivalent; tit for
Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof sity of Nebraska
author of the
: ':'4' :- the same advantage over men Chicago. and so many cynical people. tat.Sic
:i of any other qualificationswhatsoever ) Western Newspaper Union. The true rule is different: article, says preachers employ the transit gloria mundi. (L.)
euphemisms more than others. ,Thus passes away ,the glory of the
:,..1-: as one that can Measure thy life by loss in-
Listed favorites
would have blind stead of as are the follow-
see over a gain,
Lesson for January 10 "Released Tout-a-fait. (F.)
ing: from the burdenof : Entirely; ,alto
,;; 01t' man of ten times his strength. by the wine 'drunk, but the
the world gether.
weary "the lampof
-Steele. wine poured forth
.,:''hY./;"*'-i":', NEW LIFE IN CHRIST For love's strength 'standeth; inlove's life flickered out," "his clock Unter vier augen. (Ger.) Between a

: :i .: Doing something for some sacrifice, has run down," "joined the great four eyes; i.e., teteatete.Si .

'!/tll; one will bring you more LESSON TEXT3:1.17.. And whoso 'suffers most has majority," "bit the dust" which quaeris peninsulam amoen-
( GOLDEN TEXT Verily, verily, I say am, circumspice. (L.) If thou
;.: '- -m= pleasure than doing someone unto thee Except a man be born again, he most to give. was written by Homer; "gave up seekest beautiful

', ", ;: (;: for something. Give it a trial. cannot see the kingdom of God.--John 3:3. the ghost," which was written by hold it here a peninsula, be-
-If' PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus Answering a ; motto of Michigan.Voir .
':.'f!.rr,;.:_,: We are lent, not given to life. Man's Question. From rags to riches to rags. Shakespeare, and "launched into rouge. (F.) To see red; to
tl JUNIOR TOPIC the Most eternity."
Question. Important 'be in an ungovernable rage.

How the Christian Life Begins.

.' t In Nature's Refrigerator YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
'" New. Life In Christ.
'SVt.: Tot's Three-Piece I
{ 1 SetPattern
Thousands of years ago, retreating I
1W: f'' ,' northward with the ice, The only entrance into the Christian -

:t :', the mammoths of Europe and life ,is by the door of the new
', \r',- birth. Regeneration is the act of
,, ; Asia made'a last stand in Siberia. stitches used; material
Countless numbers bogged down God whereby the divine, nature is ments. require-. !

r : .' 1" in the soft icy marshes, were imparted to the believing sinner r t a,. Send 15 cents in stamps or /
( and he becomes the child of God.
frozen in the unthawing soil. They coins (coins
1", He who has not entered by this way .A1 preferred) for this with :
-1 ,
are occasionally discovered now, pattern to The Sewing Circle KEROSENE
has not entered at all. He is still
perfectly preserved for more than Needlecraft 82 Coleman
Dept., Eighth' CASORMODELS "
dead in and sins with-
trespasses I Viz" ,
in nature's Ave. New
10,000 years refrigerator York, N. Y.
out God and without hope (Eph.
; the hide, hair, flesh, even 2:1 12). t Write plainly your name, ad- AIR-PRESSURE
the remains of undigested meals dress and' pattern number. Mant/eLAMPS '',
Men are seeking to enter the
; in ,their stomachs; bunches of ,
household of God by almost any t : Protect eight with
moss, grass, sedges and wild your ,1
other means-culture, reform, char .this eye-Bavin Coleman
'? thyme unchewed in their mouths. J. A Continual light Kerosene and Gasoline Preunre Man Urn ..
acter building-and are neglecting CourseLife
Siberian farmers cut off chunksof Lamps provide a high candlepower ot llv '
.nearest like ..
light. natural
God's This lesson should there- daylight. kind "
,the red flesh to feed their dogs. way. is but one continual course of to your eyes.
-Literary Digest. fore be studied and taught with instruction-the hand of the You can enjoy the finest light for only If m ..
earnest prayer that this foundation par- night. No home can afford to be without 'i
ent writes on the heart of the child Coleman. Bay it from your local Coleman
truth may lay hold upon the heartsof the first faint characters dealer. FREE Fold era-Send Postcard Now r
Keep body free of accumulated ;
your the hearers of the Word. Let no '(11
waste take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant time deepens into strength so that'' THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE XX :
1' one who is not born again attemptto I' Dept,WUl73.Wichita,,Kan;Chicago,DL|
Pellets.60 Pellets 30 nothing can efface them.-R. Hill.
Philadelphia,Pa.; Lo y
teach it to others, lest the blind Anic1C1'I

attempt to lead the blind, and both ..''.
Distributing WordsA .
fall into the ditch (Luke 6:39). '" -!J.
word to the wise is sufficient; 1097 11 Ati AT night,energy is exhausted;resistance :
The of Nicodemus to
coming our MAKE YOUR ..c1.:
a word to the sensitive and you lowered; circulation slows up; coo'l
Lord took at the time when Miss Five-to-Twelve will be
,, make an enemy for life. i, C 0 L D gestion seems worse. J
he was in Jerusalem for the'Pass- snug, warm and proud in a k Rub your chest with Penetro at bedtime. .-

over. Jesus had chosen six of his hand-crocheted cap, scarf, and FEEL EASIER Because it's made with mutton suet and ZJ

disciples, had been at Cana of Galilee muff-set of plain crochet, with d TONIGHT concentrated medication, it warms your .;1J

where he performed his first picot-stitch trim. Pattern 1097 a chest, opens pores, creates counter-irrita "'::
? /
Coughing miracle, and had made a brief visit contains directions for makingthe e tion to help Nature increase '',\\i

to Capernaum, after which he came set in 5 through 12 year size 4 r blood-ilowandrelievecongestione '
? No matter how many medicines5ou Its aromatic vapors help -
have tried for your cough, chest to Jerusalem for the feast. In high (all given in one pattern) ; illustrations e ; a I stuffy nasal passages. At open all drug up r ra I

cold or bronchial Irritation, you can and holy indignation he had driven of it and of all stores.For free sample of stainless, -

get relief now with Creomulsion.Serious the money changers out of the tem- snow-white Penetro, write Pene pE '" :

,, ._ trouble may be brewing and : ple. The Pharisees who looked for e Rub Y rewa 1 Ito, Dept. S-28, Memphis, Tenn. E1Rp ,''
u you cannot afford to take a chance bet =;
.' with anything less than Creomul- the coming of the Messiah as a P enetro goto Relieve watery head colds with Pene- "- S

: cion which goes right to the seat secular conqueror wondered at this Tffowehol'L @ OLD mcSALVCwITMAeASCor FASHIONED MUTTON SUET troNoseDrops.Twodropsineachnos. '.:, '
of the trouble to aid nature to new spiritual leader. It was prob- tril-then B-R-E-A-T-H-E.,50c and y'P 1

soothe and heal the inflamed membranes ably as much on their behalf as his @ e ,' a
V as the germ-laden phlegm QUeJiOllfInstead I'
that Nicodemus to in-
is loosened and expelled. own came J.J:

.. Even if other remedies have quire of Jesus. In answering his ,-''':'''I

,failed, don't be discouraged, your questions Jesus reveals the neces- of sewing ribbon belt .
Comfort of Friends '
-druggist is authorized to guarantee sity, the nature, and the method of to a buckle to be worn on wash The Open Mind .
Creomulsion and to refund your This is the comfort of friends, People should be taught that if ..:;
money if are not satisfied with regeneration-in other words, the dresses, use a snap fastener. that :
you though they may be said to they keep their minds open when ::-
results from the very first bottle. Why, What, and How of the New Buckle may 'then be easily removed die 'their ,
yet friendship so they are young they will always /
Get Creomulsion right now.,, (Adv.) Birth.I. when washing.
ciety are, in the best sense, ever keep them open, and that old aga -r-J
Why? (vv. 1-7.) *
because immortal.William is 'J
present, only a summer holiday.-Miss
,.''?.... Beyond the Straits Jesus was not unduly impressedby If mayonnaise curdles while it Penn. Maude Royden. r,

":: '." The haven 01 rest is usually the dignity and high station of is being 'made, put another yolkof ,1

::4\; :, :.-.:::' reached through the straits of his visitor, nor by the visitor's cour- egg into an empty basin, add

{\: ;,".A.I hard work. teous acknowledgment of his own the curdled sauce gradually to it, i

position as a great teacher. With stirring all the time, and it will 1cll: :
1; ; : I decisive boldness Jesus declares become right again. -..

: //,,4:' Don't put up with useless that this man, a cultured and distinguished W01XTUREDS4w
:>'/!.Pf', PAIN ruler of the Jews, must Dates filled with cheese or nuts J
/1" '.' be born again, if he is to see the ,
<(::, .:" Get rid of it kingdom of God. a good fruit accompaniment salads. to r .. .51
,.,, serve on
,1. cu
), 'v ", ,t, When functional ,pains of menstruation God is no respecter of persons. i' ,-j

': ,'; : {f';' are severe, take CARDUI. This "doctor of divinity" must be If the ,range is wiped carefullywith Srr ::

;i"; .:.J:;, If it doesn't benefit you, consult a born again, just as was the illiterate brown after cooking il' ( ..,
J paper ,
"' '4 :, physician. Don't neglect such pains. fisherman. D. L. Moody once said .,..:'.
'::'(:t,: \. They depress the tone of the nerves, that he was thankful it was to sucha with greasy little food it' can be kept bright ".".'..,

,'1.;":,'/;:. cause sleeplessness, loss of appetite, man as Nicodemus that Jesus difficulty.. .. n tiro.,. ihrit .; ',.1
.':..', :y';: wear out your resistance. presented the necessity of the 'new e '
,/)}. Get a bottle of Cardui and whether To marks
see birth-or would have said that remove on paint ,
,,., It will help you, as thousands of women men I with this =: ''J
which have been made with famous '
,I :have said it helped them. only the down-and-outer needed to
Besides easing certain pains, Cardui aids be saved. matches, rub them with lemon,
In building up the whole system by help- then with and wash '
whiting finally
Ing women to get more strength from tho Two reasons 0 are given by our southern SPECIALBLENDIn ,
.:' food they eat.Living. Lord for the "must" of verse 7: with soap and water. .

,. (1) The Kingdom of God is a spir- the bright red Jewel carton : }

'itual and be Crumbled dried bacon is deli \ JJo
kingdom cannot
t en-
Our: "
Career: Cakes are more delicate,pastry and biscuits flakier and more delicious ;
of tered by way of our human nature; cious when added to egg omelet. '
Speaking careers, life is a ca-
iZt1reer.. Study step. and (2)) "That which is born of the Left-over bacon can be used this when you use this finer shortening! For Jewel is a Special-Blend of .
,:.. .. flesh is flesh" and is radically and way. vegetable. with other bland cooking fats. Actual tests prove that.it I

essentially bad. To learn why the creams faster and makes more tender baked foods.WINNING .

flesh is bad read Jeremiah 13:23, Mix ingredients for ginger

'C.-' ILACKMANSTOCKandPOULTRY[ and Galatians 5:1921.II. cookies with cold coffee instead of

What? (vv. 8-13). water. It improves them.
Associated Newspapers.-WNU Service
MEDICINES The'new birth is a divine mys-

tery, not fathomable by human
: Are Reliable
L reason. Those who insist that all

spiritual truth be put through the

w :Blackman's Medicated Lick- little norm of their intelligence will AMERICA !

:'., A-Brik never understand it or receive its

; EW Blackman's Stock Powder blessing.' The striking illustrationof

W Blackman's Cow Tonic the life-giving and energizingwind : these delicious
used by our Lord is most il- % ..
DiBlackman's Powder : x.
Hog ,
luminating. Wind is unseen, but QEHNSnV ,
>&r Blackman's Poultry Tablets the results of its movement are evi a "> > "Of all the good cthet

or Blackman's Poultry Powder dent. : that come from Maryland '
fi>Y s ,this Southern soup h A JJ n
Highest Quality-Lowest Price III. How? (vv. 14-17.) # t >? ii the prize,we think." VWI S 0 Upj

Satisfaction Guaranteed Just as there was healing and life Mr. 0.a.AkA .
or a r't ,........
in a look at the uplifted serpent Phi/atl.rpM"p"/ Altogether 17 ......
money (Num. 21:8), so there is life for a Delicious KindtIf
BUY FROM YOUR DEALER look at the Crucified One. Faith receives ,S:; / ;,..."

God's perfect provision for '
Chattanooga, Tenn. Verse 16 may well be regardedas
the greatest sentence in the R BEEF SOUP I f
I picked the vegetable! ;r ,
*, greatest Book in the world. It ; 1 in my own garden, I _

presents the whole plan of salvation u ''r. 3.i k >f' couldn't make better VEGETABLE BEEP ,,
-its source, its ground, its recipients $' f;' /5. tatting toup than thii" SCOTCH CLAM CHOWDER BROTH A

SMALL SIZE IC S 1As120 its' condition, and its re- Mn Clitl Htndtm* PEPPER POT
su::t. i. Holfrwoorf Calif a;
This glorious salvation is for alllen of PS? C4>'i" 2 CHICKEN ;
"whosoever" but some
icjcct it. Notice that God does not '

\.. IAA O condemn them. Their own evil a :

; A recognized Remedy for Rheumatic works and desires condemn themvv.

-" and Neuritis sufferers.. A perfect Blood ( 17-20). God in his grace is SOUPS
Purifier. Make thin Blood Rich and
ready, and willing to save, but men
,;, Strength and Vigor.
::f;' ;.\, Always Effective Why tulle? love "darkness rather than light";

. :&' 'IIJ ct.X.'I'NIlcjjU..",':.]' I for their works are evil.


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-The= Clewiston News l pleted within. the next few week Last Rites For "Dad" hurch here. ':i

1-there will be many more who" will Two numbers were sung by a mix-

wish to see the Interesting opera School N ws Farnam Held Friday 4:2d! quartet from the Baptist choir,. ,

i i.U 1 shed every Friday In Clewiston, I tfon.arrrrrrrrrrrarrorrrrrrrarta. Mrs. W. L. Wetherington, Mrs. J. P. ,
Flnu] ,; by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Vortices 'qt.
a 1 Editor ...................__.Ethel Willis (Moore Haven Democrat) Moore Rev. Pearce and F. F. i
Inc. Ass't Editor Efcrnice O'Ncal A great throng of sorrowing "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere"and :

Sports Editor ........LeRoy Hare friends filled the Baptist church to "The Old Rugged Cross". Mrs.

Iveathley Bowden, Editor Too Late To ClassifyBy Advisor ...Miss Dorothy Lockhart : overflowing Friday afternoon when I Cecile Brooks sang "Far Away i iLand"
I I they gathered at two o'clock to payI 1
their last respects to their universal .
cRzusell Kay
Entered as second class mail matter First Grade Reading Honor Roll- friend Carl B. Farnam, who passed After reading a short obituary, r

February 1, 1927 at the Pos ultnuliunlRa urtidRPJ01aw all I Harold Clifford Broadeiick Beatty Grant Kim Kolstad Brewer away early Thursday morning following Rev. Howes gave a brIef simple talk

Office In Clewiston, Florida unde II several weeks of illness. which was made more than ever im-
1897. By the time, this column Is published Junior Raines Jackie Redish Dicky
March 3,
.the Act of Schiffli, Carline Berner, Mary Kath- Despite the fact that flowers in pressive by its simplicity. He spokeof
the State of I
the Great Seal of erine Dyess, Betty Lue Emrich, Ida this locality are scarce at this time his friendship with "Dad" while '

Subscription rate $2.00 per year Florida will have changed hands, and: Horton Estelle Richards, Ruby the front of the church was a mass pastor of the Moore Haven Methodist

Advertising rates on application, we'll have to be careful to address hicks Virginia Turner Annis Adams of beautiful floral offerings which church and likened it to the friend-
our gubernatorial correspondence and Laura Mae Jacob. I had been tastefully arranged by ship which he showed to everyone.
"Dear Frea" instead of "Dear Dave". Mrs. C. C. Klutts. As he talked it was more like a tri-
We regret that Mary Ruth John-
Devoted to the advancement- and You r know there is somethin' really I Lillian Golden absent The members o.' the immediate bute was being paid to one who still
son and were
':clfare of Clewiston and HenJr: pathetic about a governor havin' from school on account of illness. family and other relatives were seat- lived rather than to one who had* I

(''nun ty. to step up and turn the seal over tc I Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll ed in the Sunday school rooms just passed on; as indeed it was-one

somebody: else after he's spent lour I''I (Dec. 14 to 18)- back of the pulpit and every pew in who will live forever in the heartsof
long years trainin' it and is just get- the church was filled and many were those who knew him.
It begins to look as though the I tin' to the point where it will jumr Bobby Maynard, William Mc- standing when Rev. C. T. Howes Following the services the funeral ..

Mattson: kidnapping out in Washington through when he cracks the whip or Cracken, Billy Maynard Bobby Cour- pastor of the First Methodist Churchof cortege left for Arcadia where the

'is a- 'rejtitition. .. of the Lindberg throws it another fish. son Dean Holland Gene Mills, Mil-I Kissimmee started quoting a few body was interred in Oak Lawn' Cem- '

case. i. And it must be kind of tough on ton Poole Charles Benbow Sammy verses of Scripture to open the etery in the section set apart for the }
Ray Young Raymond Trice, Berk-
the seal too. Just when he gets so services. This was followed by a I, use of the Odd Fellows. There was
Mrs. Cone"5ays that her biggest ley Ivey Gilbert McCloud Ralph commitment service at '
well balancin' a de- I beautiful prayer? offered by Rev. J. only a
he can do pretty ''
after Fred and Golden, Jo Ann Crouch 'Harriet Alston -
problem is-looking I the conducted by Rev. Howes.
ficit to have a new trainer take him W. Pearce, pastor of the Baptist I I grave
there are many in Tallahassee by Mary Nell Christian Janice
now who will be willing to agree in charge and start tryin' to teach Norton Mary Ellen Smith Ruth I ,

that she' has ,her hands full. him to far balance nobody a seems budget to instead.So know.very Mary Emrich Louise Peggy Thomas Lawler,, Margie Grace Ward Allen I I_..................................................................._......... .............._...........'..................................................................

European nations are all carrying much about what's gonna happen. Nancy Wright Louise Pre yitt, Pat- ...
their shoulders and one of Under the new administration we ricia Bailey Dorothy Mitchell Faith '%' IY
chips on
can expect to see our state officials Louise Mitchell, June Espenlaub
these days someone is going to accidentally .. S'
off tired with enthusiasm or at least resigned Jacqueline Bledsoe. % I ..
stumble and knock one "
elseandthen I to the situation. We have three new pupils in the 1 I
the shoulder of someone
the fireworks. I Probably the first thing. Fred will second grade." They are David Lang I i CLEWIS TON 60LP iy i-

i do after the inaugural parade' is Whitford Lang and Clarence Styles. ,. ,
march over to the mansion and at- Third Grade News- ., '.'
number of : -
What tremendous \
state office holders are retiring to I tend to the little ceremony of, re- The third' grade class is glad to *

private' life this week. If they all .movin' them padlocks we've heard, so enroll James Cooley from Fort 1lyI :.i: I COURSE'' :::
much about, and a lot of folks think ers.
Tallahassee the WPA
hang around ..
projects he'll take 'em over and put 'em on Dance- ':' '.
v ill have to approve some r
there to take care of the unemployment the vault in the treasurer's office. The Junior class will sponsor ::%: ,'' .- 5s

situation.The The theme song over in. the offices benefit dance at the Clewiston Inn ::: .' ... I, :

Df the State Road Department will January 15, 1987. .. I .:.
Tampa Tribune remarks edi- probably be "HALE, the Chief." But The purpose of the dance is to de- .1

torially that it doesn't seem possible So**!*"'head of the Road Departments fray the expenses of the JuniorSenior I ;

that seventy-two cars of sugar could no slouch job and the man who I banquet, to publish a High :!: ---T 1 :x:

move out from Clewiston in one' day. takes: it has a job on his SHOULDERS School Annual, and to help with the I I .

No it doesn't unless you have seen L and he has to keep humpin' to! expenses of commencement. Admis- PUblic

the efficient operation of the Clew' nake the GRADE. I sion $1.50.Miss ill' 'Open to the ] : I

house and the tremendous wonderin'vho
iston sugar A lot of poor fish are Bernice O'Neal spent the hol-
daily output.. Come over and gee will hare charge of the Conservation idays in Palm Beach with relativesand

us sometime.TemoiTorr. department. It is generally ..
friends. +.. ....... .:.
onceded: that the present incumbent Si I ..
News is scarce this week due to the ;
the first general off his :i: 1 ..
is pay- will be knocked reelin' fact that we have all just returnedto : .;.
day by the United States Sugar Cor- PERCH in spite of the fact that he's i school after the Christmas holi- '':"' :
poration since the beginning of the nade a pretty good record savin' the I ':' .:.
days. Everyone is rapidly settling .:. ..
season. The cutters have .:.
grinding DOE. :
down to their school work. Our mid- .: f\ j
excellent and have been ;: '
had cane I The new governor promised to getis term examination comes next week I : I.
making good: .money.. Clewiston mer- out of the woods but he's gonna so we all have a lot of studying to I : :::

chants-and merchants in other, towns lave a hard time doin' it with the I do. Those who haven't studied are :_:: [federate Green Fees *
around the lake will hear the resultin
State Forestry Department plantln'rees beginning to regret it and promise
clanging cash registers tomorrow. :: :*:
faster than we can chop 'etn to work harder for the second term. i Exceptional Fairways
''or burn 'em down. Rock-a-bye Baby y
Economy seems to be the pass on the Tree Top, when the wind II I Robert MacLaren left :;: interesting. Greens =:::
word in Tallahassee this week in:
lows, etc. Over in the Forestry office -! for his home in New vednesday// v

nearly every department and now thefre sittin' 'round wonderiu'!I visit with his daughter, Mrs. G. Ill I :

Colin English says he'll try to cut who will be "Gone with the Wind"nd I Linkswiler and Capt. Linkswiler. ). ... .. .. _.. _ _ _

a school half million text-books dollars during off the the cost next of I how soon it's gonna start blov-I Mrs. MacLaren will remain here fora j -'..................................................................................................................................................,...............-.................
in'. longer visit. ,
Mennium. Here's to :Mr. English andO !
Whether we'will continue to receive -
fi j( every other official trying hard
I FRANK statements on the subject -
to pare costs.
: .
I of public safety remains to be .4.

I safety is of greater -
General Markham has recommended seen, but personal

to congress that an additional mil concern to the State Safety Direc-I

lion dollars be appropriated for tor right now than public .

work on the Caloosahatch'ee-Okee- Carl G. Rose to the occasion by SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS

chobee project and an additional turn in' in his resignation as State'

$266,000be allowed for: maintenance Racing Commissioner, figurin' it
of existing projects: besides was a horse ON him anyway and

several million dollars for other knowIn' he didn't stand a chance of

waterway work in Florida. Those bein' left at the POST. His successor -. Record of Dividends of

dredge workers just now finishingup will probably be appointed by :
on contracts shouldn't worry toe Park-Mutual agreement.Alex ',;' o'. .,..0..'.. ......: .'Jj:3i.: -,':..-. 1 ',: :\-:..' : Clewistcn Home Building Associationcsp

much about future work. Stuart of Tampa and Murl '.., ., '
',-< ':. >.::,:i.-\>'..... k;>
Pace of Tavaries are both bein' talked .", ; < ,:/", RATE RATE .
SPEAKING OF RECORDS about as possible successors to y'': .. ..,:(f:'"

Bryan Willis in the State Auditing ,'_' )(.: ,. YEAR PERCENT YEAR PERCENT

Not content with cracking one all- Department. But Fred says he don't ,...' -. ...;''" ) .. 5.5 1933 -6 .
time mill record Monday for daily know how they figure and that's one : -": 1928 .' "

grinding of cane by turning 4,843tons appointment that calls for a lot of \' I 1929 1 7.- 1934 1 6. ,-

through thE sugar house in the figurin'. -
:>. C"n 1930 .' 4 1935 6.--
ended Tuesday
tventy-four-hour period ; '
I The' little game' of tag between '.
morning at six o'clock Tuesday I Motorists and the State will go righton '. :,> .",Al; :-: 1931 1 .', .,.4. 1936 6 .
; :'
"vras used as breather and the force I only a new guy will probably be I '., .. .. :" ..- ','j'. 1932 "'.' .. 6 I .. '
came back on Wednesday to top :' IT. Fred has been havin' a lot of fun : ) : : "
by 83 and : ,: ,: :: i : ,
Monday's record tons put iiinnin' down the list of boys and i \. : (
J. "" : ,
: : ; '' : \
through 4,924 tons. ,
nearly Average girls in that particular playhouseand !? ) ,
daily production during the peak of I can just hear him countin' .. .
past seasons has been 4,500 tons and
"Eenie weenie ininey moo if he CALL BY THE HOMEBUILDING
this year: the peak has not as yet out." .
hollers let him go O-U-T spells .l .
been leached. More than 5,000 tons OFFICE FIRST
But all kiddin' aside, the task of I
are expected to be put through the
mill during one or maybe more selecting efficient loyal coworkersthat Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW ANDTALK
faces an incoming governor is
twenty-four bour periods after the return. Home. Building has never paid
not an easy one. Too often appoint THINGS OVER.
first of February.The .
gods of fortune haP indeed ments turn out to be disappoint- dividends of less than 4 percent per year. ..
ments. But one thing we can dependon
smiled on the cane growth and har"est whatever Fred Cone does will be In these days of reduced interest on sayings '. :
A this seasoif. In every respect it ,'
has been:) a perfect season with tropical done honestly and sincerely for the accounts and reduced returns on other -. -
best interests of the state as lie sees .
weather through the middle of offers t "
; it. forms of investment Home Building :( :
I the winter making: each stalk of ''
\ cane ext a. heavywth| juice of high He may give jobs to his friend' the conservative, thrifty investor the investment :

I snsar content. And the best of it all and supporters but such appointments best suited to his needs. In-

i* that it now appears that the sea will be more in the nature of .- '..
ron will run well into April and will an opportunity, for I don't believe vestigate Clewiston Home Building Association ':

not be in March it Fred will retain any appointee who
chopped off as whether intend investing as
I the ; you CLEWISTONlIttle
,: was last year. does not fully measure up to

The nation is beginning to realize task from the standpoint of honestyability as $5..00.per month or as much: as HOME BUILDING

I the importance of this Everglades and consciencious service. $1,000.00 In. a. lump sum, you'll find a
y- section as the new sugar bowl of While the people of the state have ASSOCIATION

America as is evidenced by the vast- ,little knowledge of Fred's plans and Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements.
I lv increased number at'visitors to intentions, this has occasioned no PHONES 102103I

I: the mill this first month of operation., .kick of confidence in him and the .

I I More: than 3,000 have already brayed -,I general feeling persists everywherethat

p a'-dusty detour to visit the mill ; Fred will make a "GOOD GOV- .' : t ... '
and when the new paving is com- ;ERNOR." .



,_ ,_ J. ,

. \.
'i: "' .
.'"j),t'"1"r.-: ... Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were the chorale, "Praise Ye The Lord". P. Mutrix, Mrs. H.., J. Oglesby, Mrs.

> Sunday visitors in Miami. Jack A special number by the choir will B. A. Bourne and Father J. F.
Personal Mention :: Greer and Jimmie Colazzo, of that be Troyte's Chant and as an offertory Walsh New members were 11rs.V'. ..

.8 ......... .-<........ ..............:........ ...................... ...................:ii" city days, who with spent them the returned Christmas to their holi- R. Lawler a quartet, Miss composed Marion of Leydig Mrs., M.F. C. Babin and Miss Margaret Walsh.I I

i' Mrs. J. A. Rumbley returned Sunday homes.Mr. M. Wright and J. E. Beardsley will ,.

she sing "Living Bread." .obr-"'. ,,.__ .. .
from Okeechobee where
and Mrs. Larry M. Knapp and '} ft: \!".r''M..'>''' -"",- f .;o:; f JIiW: ,
spent the holidays with her husband.
Mr. Knapp's two children, Larry, Jr., LADIES 'AID SOCIETY I'

-- and Mitzi LynVi, arrived Saturday HOLDS :MOXTHLY MEETINGThe
-' visited
E. Herring
Mr. and Mrs. B. -
. from Chicago. They will make their
relatives in Fort Myers Sunday -
.. afternoon. home at the house recently vacatedby Ladies Aid Society of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt.
Community church hell the January .
- I SEE"I .
,. Miss Mary Snell returned Sunday Col. Earl North and Carawan Nel- meeting Thursday afternoon at the ; : ,

,,from Lakeland where she spent the son of the U. S. Engineer district of- home of Mrs.R.. Y. Patterson. : a--

4' Christmas vacation. fice in Jacksonville, Col. Geo. Brown i Aside from regular business trans- .

of the Miami sub-office and Ben Herrof
Miss Lucille Hampton spent the acted, plans were made for an oyster
West Palm Meach spent Monday :
holidays at her home in LaBelle. Sse night here after an inspection trip supper, the tentative date for which THE 'TRAILER DEMONSTRATION --1

returned here Sunday.Mr. over the Caloosahatchee River. The has been set for February 6. The .

same party, accompanied by Capt.G. next meeting will be at the church I r ,
and Mrs. N. J. Jackson and .'
'. E. Linkswiler, made a trip over I 'ofELECTROLUX ;
son, Dennis, of Fort Myers, visited with Mrs. O. H. Roberts and Mrs. C.I ,
r- the levee project at Okeechobee the "J
.... 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee Friday. B. Roberts as hostesses.
following day.
Following the meeting the hostess
1\Iiss Saundal Watson returned /;
served delicious sandwiches
Sunday from Quincy where she spent DANCING PARTY GIVEN ',
OX NEW YEAR'S EVE and coffee to: Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. -,
the Christmas holidays. .
W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. R. W. Rogers,

Miss Mary Lou Suther, of West Miss Rhunelle McGehee was hostess Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs D. J. Williams,I ", '
Palm Beach visited Miss Rhunelle to a group of friends at a danc- :
Mrs. W. M. Bradnack, Mrs. E. KEROSENE OPERATED
McGehee over Christmas. ing party given at her home on NewYear's A'j
Rouser, Mrs. Olin Carleton Mrs. "' :' : REFRIGERATORS
Eve. Refreshments were serv- '
.., H. Whatley, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. _; : :_
Mrs. Arthur Bong, Mrs Roy Alston ed during the evening.
L; C. Miller, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs.
and Mrs. S. L. Crochet were visi- Those attending were: Misses Margaret -
Wilfred Lockhart
Mrs. I. M. Pafford,
: tors in Moore Haven Tuesday. VonMach, June Hooker, Julia
Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. J.V..
Ann Oglesby,, Barbara Smith, Mary I WHICH WILL BE GIVEN IN .' '
I' Miss Sue Maxwell, of Pahokee, Ezelle, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs.. M. -
visited Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch Lou Suther and Roberta Spicer and I C. Johnson, Mrs.. C. B.' Roberts, Mrs. f
-. last week-end. Francis Wright, Dick_ Patterson, W. F. Simpson, ,. '

Dick Owen, Edward:; VonMach and I Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. M. J. Clewis ton ,' : ;: .

Dr. J. W. Ezelle attended a dental Hervey Bourne. Hirsh, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. H. "

convention held in West Palm Beach .. i R. Hall Mrs. A. A. Munroe. Mrs. E.( ., .
'.' on Saturday. SURPRISE PARTY HELD C. Mills, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. '

ON SEVEXTH BIRTHDAY M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. S. W. Houser, ', SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, ? :

: Mrs. Amy Hall left_ Thursday for -- Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mrs W. W. Per- "

: Hendersonville,> Ky., to be with her, Mary Ellen Smith was surprisedby ry, Mrs. J. H. Presslev, Mrs. O. A. i _: ;:;:, FROM 4 -to 6 P. M. "

mother who is ill. a large group of little friends at Jones, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. C. ', '" ,
-: '
; ) '
her home Saturday afternoon, the occasion Nowling, Mrs J. 'E. Beardsley and \.' ''. .... '
Miss Lavonia Congdon returned her seventh l\lrs. L. I :1/-::, : ', ., r
being birthday.The H. Robbins. :' ,,-, ;:>" BY .
the latter part of the week from Alva girls present were given bal- ,

where she spent the holidays with loons and jackstones; as favors while CATHOLIC ALTAR SOCIETY I -' -

relatives. the boys received balloons and mar- MEETS AT RECTORY

Miss Dorothy Craig returned the bles. Refreshments of sandwiches I
/. latter part of last week from Tarpon cookies, ice cream and cake were The Altar Society of St. Margar franklin\ Hard\vare CO.
served.Those. et's Catholic church held their
Springs where she'visited throughthe
atetnding were: Peggy lar monthly meeting '\ regu-j ,
holidays. Distributors
Lamer, Mary Louise Thomas, Shirley ternoon at the rectory with a ( )

George and Richard Bestor left Owen, Nancy Wright, Joan attendance. OF FORT MYERS ., -

Sunday for Atlanta and Gainesville Crouch, Carline Berner, Louise Mrs. B. A. Bourne was elected

where they are attending Georgia Prewitt, Nora Oglesby, Dorothy chairman of the organization for the "

Tech and Florida: University. Mitchell, Sue VonMach, Patsy Bail- new year. The next meeting on ,Feb- In Front of"

--.- ey, Dicky Schiffli, Solon Mills and ruary 3 and all future meetings will ,

. Misses, Betty Spicer, Ruth Knight E. C. Mills, Jr. be held at the rectory. s

and Helen Cate left Saturday for Tal- The society voted to buy a missal

lahassee where they are students at I. )[. PAFFORD GIVES and linen for the altar and made'' Alston's New Store

iJ', Florida State College for Women.Mr. PARTY OX BIRTHDAYMr. tentative plans for the .St. Patrick's'Day
"f -- dance. I
and Mrs. Harry Frazer of and Mrs. I. M. Pafford gave a Those attending were: Mrs. H. A.'

Oswego, N. Y, were guests of Mr. dinner party and bridge last Thurs- Bestor, Mrs P. G. White, Mrs. G. E. _
'----- '
and Mrs. J. A. McGehee during day evening honoring the birthday of Smith, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, Mrs. E., '''''''''''''-__ 'I:': L'W--t: :

Christmas.Mrs. Mr. Pafford at their home on the

government reservation.

Arthur Bong, of Sioux City, High score prize at bridge was '

Iowa, arrived New Year's Day for a awarded to Mrs. R. N. Smith, a com-

visit with -her, daughter, Mrs. S. L. pact; W. F. Simpson was high for

Crochet.Dr. men and received a tie; Mrs. M. R. GALA OPENINGSaturday

Lawler won an apron as ladies' low .

D. J. Williams and Capt. Wil- score prize and M. R. Lawler was:!!

fred Lockhart enjoyed a boat trip to given a tiny decorative ship as men's

Moore Haven Monday aboard Capt. low score prize. January 9th

Lockhart's boat, Maryland.Mr. Those enjoying the occasion were: '> .
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. and ": "
"f : :: '
and Mrs. Ward Oliphant and Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. of the '

daughter, Jean, left Sunday for their M. R. Lawler, Mr. and Mrs. G. B.

home in Marietta, Ga., after a visit Thomas, Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and

with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Mrs. Grover Poole of Canal Point. Seminole
Drug Dept. Shop

Capt. and Mrs.: N. L. Hemenwayleft CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR MEETS

for their home in Blacksburg,

Virginia, after visiting friends here The 'Christian Endeavor of the Clewisions New and Ultra-Modern Confectionery .

last week. Community Church held a most interesting I

meeting on Sunday night of
Miss Margaret Walsh, of Chicago,
last week which was well attended
arrived during the Christmas holidays and Center "
to spend some time with her both by members and visitors. ::,(. ': .,1 Gift ;1" ,
The meeting opend with a song '
nephew, Fr. J. F. Walsh. ,? ':'
.1 1 ____ service after which some of the visitors : :

Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch and gave short talks. Miss Betty ::, We i take in this of business ,
'Spicer: talked on the social life at great pride opening new place .
'flf Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., and
the Woman's College in Tallahassee ': and Clewiston of the
Ed Ward attended the dog races in our opportunity to bring to one
and Miss Helen Gate told of the religious -
West Palm Beach Wednesday night.A. life there. Frank Ray told modern stores of the kind '''in the state. ,

some of his experiences at the schoolhe
"W. Sias left this week for
is attending. The meeting closed '
West Palm Beach where he has accepted -
with the benediction.

the post-office a temporary in that appointment city. in Specializing in gift goods, _confections and drinks served -

_.__ I I MISS BARBARA SMITH at Liquid Carbonic fountain principle in drink '
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. ''Sathre and I GIVES DANCE FOR VISITOR our a new ,

Miss Frances Morgan; spent Sundayin dispenseries. '
Barbara Smith entertainedon
Miami. Mr. Sathre remained in
Monday night of last week witha
Miami where he has accepted a .
po- ,
; '
party honoring her guest, 'Miss : .
sition. "
Virginia Mims of Tampa. Dancingand

Mr. and Mrs. D. W.' Clarke' and hour.games were enjoyed until a late : :':- .:, :.:<..:..... ;. ,-: ,FREE' ON OPENING DAY :- <> "

son, Dan, left Tuesday for their homein '
Refreshments of sandwiches, ::: J : ,:<,_// -:0-
Savannah after visit
a through the
cookies, candy, popcorn and punch : : .
holidays with Mrs. Clarke's, parents, : : \ \ Ice Cream for the Children "
were served : Misses Margaret "
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Allen "- ;: i
VonMach Leah Richaud, Julia Anne or : Drinks and Favors for the Ladies : -

J. Irwin Davis, of Athens, Ga., and Oglesby, Roberta Spicer, Rhunelle -, Smokes and Drinks for the men ; ., :
McGehee and June Hooker and Ed-
R. C. McCullum, of Albany, Ga., rep- \ -,
resentatives of the Caterpillar Tractor ward VonMach, Francis Wright,

.Company, are here this week on Dick Owen and Dick Patterson.

business. Luncheonette Service Notions >
..,;, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Mims of Tampa, AT COMMUNITY: CHURCH SUNDAY '

\ spent Sunday: with Mr. and Mrs. G.

; ,E. Smith. Their daughter, Virginia, The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup! The Seminole Shop.
Drug Dept.
who has been visiting here for some per will he administered at the

time, returned home with them munity Church Sunday com-I ,

has been announced by Dr. MRS. D. G. ALSTON, MANAGER
: Jimmie Harrington loft Saturday Williams, pastor. The invitation isi!I.I I.

;,- for New York to resume his studies I extended to everyone to attend thisbeautiful I Corner & Bond in New
of Sugctrland our Building
in school there after spending' the service and to partake oft i
holidays with his wather, J, J. Har- communion.As .

; rington. a'prelude, "the choir will sing 1 ,

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Some Utterances That

Are Never Uttered"No
Q3Y [ t

BRIGHT Junior never says anything
MARY SCHUMANNCopyright clever."

(@ "You are quite right, sir, your
teeth are in perfect condition."

"While the coach at our alma

mater hasn't won a game this

STAR TOAY< [ year, he is teaching" the team the

by Macra Smith Co. right principles.
WNU Service "I am not well-enough informedto

k (/rm U 11/ft n1f.6. argue on that subject."
t "No. I didn't read Anthony Ad-

I verse, but it wasn't becauseI
SYNOPSISKezia Platt had told her of the pictureshe moon; the clock downstairs tinkled didn't have time; I, just didn't

had seen in the Roerich Gallery the half hour. Kezia was very Counting the Calories have the courage to tackle it."

Marsb, pretty, selfish and twenty, arrives recently poetry and 'symbolic sleepy, very contented with her- "This car will make ninety, butI
home in Corinth from school and is met mystery, he called them. That 'was SOME readers, may be in- am not going to prove it to you."

by the her Marsh older home brother where, Hugh.her He widowed drives mother her to while Kezia was out fixing the self.The power she had over men was to question the cor- "Yes, I'm fifty, and I don't- feelas

Fluvanna, a warm-hearted, self-sacrificing and lunch. She had come in and called I tremendous-simply tremendous. rectness of insurance figures as young as I did ten years ago."-

understanding soul, welcomes her. Kezias sis- -not Art Williams-but Jerry to I was all quite easy, just as Lolly to the effect of overweight and Kansas City Star.
ter, Margery, plump and matronly with the. come out and help her, with the ice had said. It worked time.
care of three children, is at lunch with them.Hugh' every underweight on health, but
wife, Dorrie, has pleaded a previous cubes. They were gone a long You, made your eyes, soft and in-
engagement. On the way back to his job at time, and came in laughing nocent, got your face very close to when we realize the compe- No Poverty in BaliIn

the steel plant founded by one of his fore- But the thing which kept her theirs, spoke low, and said "You"a 'tition there is for life insurance Bali the people 'produce
Hiller, boyhood
bears, Hugh passes Doc a
because awake was trivial-even ridiculous.All great times It had business rest assured
friend whom he no longer sees frequently many you may enough food in four months to lasta
of Dorrie's antipathy. Fluvanna Marsh evening long no look from Jerry ''worked with Walter DeGraffe, with that if fat individuals over forty: whole year, leaving eight monthsto
wakens the next morning from a dream about no quick little glance of reassurance Arthur with Pete MatthewsPetewas
be devoted to leisure and the
unstable character and thin individuals under
her late husband, Jim, whose I that said: "Hello, dear years
she fears Kezla has inherited. Ellen almost engaged to that Pease pursuit of happiness. The only
all right?" So absorbed in thirty years of age were as
Pendleton comes over. She is an artistically girl, too-with Eric Olsen, with Jerry 'vices known to inhabitants of
inclined girl who is a distant niece of Flu being agreeable to Dorrie, to Mar- Purdue tonight. safe to insure as those of nor- this eafthly '
vanna's and favorite of Hugh's. She happily Kezia that she have paradise are gamingand
a to
gery, might
mal would be accepted -
tells Fluvanna she has become engagedto been whomhe Ellen didn't need to think she weight they cockfighting. There is no :

Jerry Purdue. Ellen fears that her father anyone-just someone had ,that boy on a hook! Whenhe by the insurance com- poverty. People have so little use
had met for the first time and
and mother, Gavin and Lizzie, will not approve -
was getting out the ice cubes, without for money that they bury it-until
the match. _Hugh and Dorrie go out to was not interested in! .Of panies question.But
he had turned his her-he
the Freeland Farms to dance with their course she didn't want hiTi to act eyes on the fact stands out-in the fig- necessity calls.-Chicago Tribune.
friends, Cun and Joan Whitney. Whitney, who had keen eyes, dark brown with a
dithering in her presence-give her ures of all the insurance companiesthat
has been out of work, announces that he has sort of droop, to them-ana said,
burning glances. She liked him to these two classes -
a new position. Cun and Dorrie dance together
"Don't stand so close I might
and then disappear for a while. Danc- be reserved. Still, if only once his ; (over forty and n
ing with Joan, Hugh is amazed to find her in splash that dress. Mind if I say '
eyes had flickered in her direction fat, and under thirty
she has secret look charming tonight? She If You're Toldto
tears. Apparently some worry I you
with trust and mutuality, made her ; and thin) are not as
over her husband, Cun. When Ellen and Jerry : hadn't moved from his side but
Ellen's that he remembered ; good risks as thoseof
peak about their engagement to parents aware ,
answered in half whisper
Lizzie is disagreeable until Jerry sym She clasped the palms of her a normal weight. "Alkalize"Try
with her imagined ailments. The mat "You're sort of unusual yourself-
a .
hands "You know God Naturally an
together. "
ter is left pending. Unexpectedly Hugh has to you.fascinate me. He had laughed
visit a neighboring city on business. Return she said soundlessly, "that I don't and replied, "I'm not really so- overweight applies This Remarkable
ing home to ask Dorrie to accompany him he bother You very often, but I do be- for life insurance
know! 'He
finds her telephoning. In confusion she quickly phisticated, you and is told that he "Phillips" Way
hangs up without saying good-by. After had understood. It was enough fora
will be accepted but Thousands are AdoptingOn
hesitating about Hugh's invitation, she finally 1, start.
him. that his premiumswill
agrees to accompany He'd be calling her: up soon, she ;
be as high as a
assured herself. Like the others. She
Dr. Barton five to ten
CHAPTER IV-Continued might have a little fun with Jerry- man older becauseof
show Ellen-then hand him back to years
-9- his overweight, it makes him do
her .
"I am glad I had to go to Con- some thinking. He is told that if he

gress City." He waited. "Not pin- will reduce his weight to normal

ing to have me go to New York? CHAPTER V limits he will have his' premiums

Got over it?" reduced accordingly.With .
"It's all If couldn't- The telephone jangled constantlyfor
right. you f t the thought that his over-
couldn't, I ," she an- rr +V Kezia. Young people came and
you suppose weight means that he is five to ten
swered. "Sweet here, isn't it? Too went with chatter and laughter, the years older in body than he is in

bad we have to leave. I could loaf radio playedat all hours and meals years, that he is more likely to
here all afternoon." frequently were delayed, for Kezia
be attacked by ailments and is a
"And at1 first said r was always hurrying from one en-
yet you youcouldn't y risk should surgical
poor opera- side today people are being
gagement to another. ,The constant every
When I in"his
go. came tion be he decideto
necessary, may urged to alkalize'their stomach. And
clamor began to pall on Fluvanna,
brows puzzled. "By the way, who get rid of his fat in "quick" time. thus ease symptoms of "acid indiges-
and her usual serenity was now occasionally -
were you phoning to when I came He obtains a card or booklet show- tion," nausea and stomach upsets.To .
disturbed.It .
in? You hung up without saying hard ing the food values in calories of Rain quick alkalization, just do :"
little become adjusted I
was a to
good-by. the various foods and to his aston- this: Take two teaspoons of PHIL- '
Her body stiffened against his t to the furore of excitement ishment learns that for his height LIPS' MILK OF MAGNESIA 30
/ after the quiet winter. Fluvanna minutes after ealin OR take twoPhillips'
slightly. A subterraneoustiny
ever so and build should be foodto
he eating
assured herself that it ''was good Milk of Magnesia Tablets
pain moved in Hugh. rsiii. the value of 3,000 calories a day
for her-good to have a gay young which have the same antacid effect.
"None of my business of course! and he has been eating regularlyfood
person in the house. Kezia must Relief comes almost at once -
he said with an apologetic laugh. have this youthful ,time of pleasure. to the value of 5,000 calories. usually in a few ,minutes. Nausea

"Shouldn't have ,asked you. Excuse This springtime of' her life What Study Teaches Him "gas" -fullness after eating and

me." He sprang to his feet. was so fugitive; its memories As he studies the values of foods "acid indigestion" pains leave. You

"You would ask that!" threaded the pattern of life with measured from the amount that feel like a new person.

"I'm not checking your phone shining strands for the years 'to equals 100 calories he may decide Try this way. You'll be surprised
calls, my dear. It 'was just an ', come. that if a piece of cheese an inch at results. Get either the liquid Phillips"

idle I didn't think or the remarkable, new Phillips'Milk
question For the past week, Margery had wide, an inch high, and an inch of Magnesia Tablets. Delightfulto
how it sounded when I spoke." "I'm 'Not Checking Your Phone been having illness In her family thick is\ equal to 100 calories, andit take and easy to carry with you.

She' traced the rock with her fin- Calls, My Dear." and had sent the boys over to stay takes 20 stalks of asparagus or Only 25 f a box at all drug stores.

ger. In a moment she said: "Anyone with her each day. Michael and 30 radishes, or -stalks of celery to

who is having' a birthday in a lieve in You. For I prayed to goo Will were a strenuous pair, aged equ.c1 100 calories, he'J] do withoutthe ALSO IN TABLET FORM:

few days shouldnlt' be too inquisi- art school Mother was in-so three and five, who came at nine cheese and eat more asparagus, Each tiny tablet ia -..,:'- '
it. she
tive. against Suddenly gave' each morning, and departed with celery and cauliflower. Now this is the equivalent of a a -r
"Next month-August." gave in'all at once for no reason at teaspoonful of gen- --'' dw4j
tears and grubby embraces at five not unwise because green vegeta- '
"Well, even then?" she parried all! .So You must have doneit. takt them bles ume Phillips'Milk 4.we
when Will Platt came to have the same effect on the of Mag.nesuu
. And this time it is about .
good-humoredly. home. She had been strangely lan- Ijdy or in the body: as cheese.As bMEwn
The pain vanished.He Jerry I'love' him so terribly guid each night, too tired to glanceat the overweight studies the list n
looked at his watch. "One- that 'I don't believe I can go on book.
a paper or a further he finds that a small pieceof
thirty." living if I don't get him. I don't She stood near the windov after meat, three inches by two inches

"Time to go?" have to tell You-You understand. lunch, glancing over some mail by one-half inch thick-less than an

"Afraid so." Please don't let him stop loving me she had received. The telephonerang. ordinary serving '- represents 100 PHilliPS' : fA

-ever. Thank You. Amen." It was' Margery. calories '
'that' a piece of fish the
Ellen switched on her light and Three hours before this Kezia "Mother, can you take the chil- same size but a little thicker equals

looked at the clock on the mantel.A switched out the light in her room dren out in the car this afternoon? 100 calories and that a large egg He Who HesitatesThe

quarter to four and she hadn't with the gold and green chintz Millie Jennings is here visiting, andI also equals 100 calories he figures man who hesitates is very

been able to go to sleep! Two draperies, snuggled down in her pil- haven't .seen her for ages. I that these foods are too "rich" 4in often bossed.

hours and a half of this tossing low. The night wind rustled the haven't been out of the house since food value for his blood and he'll
about. oaks stole in with the of took sick ten days Her
fragrance, Baby ago. leave
meat, eggs and fish alone. i
She poked at the pillow to softenit. honeysuckle; the window was a voice. had a plaintive note. When he turns to another common CHECK THAT COUGH

What were some of the things framed oblong of silver from the (TO BE CONTINUED) food, bread, he is astonished to find
which made you go to sleep? Count- BEFORE IT GETSWORSE
that an ordinary sized slice of bread
ing? Squeezing eyeballs and

then watching the funny lights that I Many Species of Lizards, but Only Two ,single equals roll 100, calories'and that as an does ordinary also a

came under your shut His?
I I muffin equals more than 100 calo- Check it before it gets you down. Check It
. Scenes from the evening over at Are Poisonous ; Found in Mexico and U. S. before others, maybe the children, catch it.
-' Marshes' ries. Similarly one single potato of Check it with FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR.
kept intruding. "Hello, Many country dwellers imaginethat tend them,when they 'leap from one ordinary size equals 100 calories This double-acting compound gives quick relief
Ellen! Hello, Jerry! Kezia had lizard is horrible to another. These and speeds recovery. Soothes raw, irritated
the wings
smiled enchantingly at a perch and one to three lumps of sugar, according tissues;quickly allays: tickling,hacking.Spoonful
up Jerry."You're and destroy it' on every occasion.. would be more correctly describedas to size, equal 100 calories. on retiring makes for a coufch-free sleep. No
ever so nice, aren't'you? There are 1,700'species of lizards, gliders, for they spread out almost *- habit-forming, stomach-upsetting: drugs. Ideal
Almost to Ellen's description!" for children,too. Don't let that cough due to a
up but only two are poisonous, and as I like the wings or a small aero- Mind Over Matter < cold hang onl! For quick relief and spaded
She had Ellen with y, TAR.
helped her coat insist on FOLEY'S HONEY &
and whispered, just loud enoughfor these are found in Mexico and the plane, supporting the lizard as it There was a time when a physi- rtcorery

south-western United States we travels through the air. cian was interested only in what
Jerry to hear, "He's precious.
You're in gorgeous luck, Ellen." need not fear to handle any foundin One of the strangest things con- he discovered when he made his

these islands, writes Oliver G. nected with lizards is their facultyof examination- murmurs in the heart,
Kezia's hair had been in soft
curls all over her head, au effect Pike F.Z.S. in London Tit-Bits casting off their tails when an- rales (rattling noises in the lungs),

which looked natural, yet had tak- Magazine. noyed. Should a lizard lose its tailit creaking in joints, sugar or albumenin e

en time to achieve. She wore a Scientists say that all birds have is not inconvenienced for long, urine and other find'ngs. The

long white organdy dress, with a descended from lizards. This is for it soon grows another. Some of patient was asked a few general Be Sure They Properly.

huge scarlet chiffon handkerchief hard to believe, especially when we the foreign species will grow as questions. The patient's home lifeor Cleanse the Blood

drawn through a bracelet. compare the magnificent bird of many as four. Enemies of the lizard surroundings, the way he reacted -

"Just two tables of bridgeyouknow paradise, of. New Guinea with the I will stop to devour the tail left be- or responded to trouble or YOUR kidneys are constantly f filter
matter from the blood
Art? And that's Hugh over repulsive-looking gila monster of hind while the creature is escaping.The difficulties, the calmness or upset- stream. But kidneys sometimes lag in

there -. Hugh, put up the card Mexico. But some lizards, when disturbed largest number of lizards are ment of his mind were not consid- their work-do not act as nature in-

tables like a love!" she said. Mar- are able to stand on their found in tropical lands, although ered a vital part of the cause or tended-fail to remove impurities that

l gery and Will Platt, and Mrs. hind legs and run very swiftly in every part of the globe is. occupiedby treatment of his condition. poison the system when retained. ( 't

Marsh Dorrie beside the man- this position. As they flee from their them with the exception of the Today practically every physician Then you may suffer nagging backache ...7

tel." enemies the front legs are seen to polar regions. Some are vegetarians recognizes the power of mind over ,dizziness,scanty or too frequent

And Dorrie had been very cor- swing backwards and forwards, the large members of the matter, and there is no greater faith urination,getting up at night,puffiness

dial, had said to Jerry: "Welcometo while the tail is projected stiffly be- iguana family of tropical America healer anywhere than the compe- under-all the upset.eyes; feel nervous, miserable -

the family!" Her voice had a' hind to assist them to balance, and being the most notable examples; tent beloved family physician.Thus Don't delay? Use Doan's Pillt.

rich moving animation sometimes. in this position they resemble a but the majority feed upon small we find that psychology- Doan's are especially for poorly func-

"We look like the home guard bird. insects, worms, and other live objects the: science of the mind and the tioning kidreys. They are recom-

drawn up to receive you, bu we're In the Malay countries we find a found on the ground. Many, emotions-is not only being used in mended by grateful users the countryover.

really not so formidable." flying lizard, the "wings" consistingof however, will climb trees, and are psychiatry-treating the diseases of Get them from any druggist. '
the mind but is
Hugh had been fine-always: was. the outward extension .j.' the ribs able to walk under branches withas psychology being
used to treat and to diseases
"I wondered why you were so disturbingly covered with skin. When at rest much ease as a fly walking alonga prevent -
of the body; this is called
pretty this spring Ellen they are able to bring the skin- ceiling, owing to their feet being psycho-therapy.

so this is the reason!" Will covered ribs to their side, but ex- provided with suction discs. Western Newspaper Union.






jllE CHEERFUL CHERUB It Appears the Young

MMBIHM M. Man Was in DemandA

f OUR COMIC SECTION My mind is a.lwfc.y.5

active* now man applied to famous film
producer for
a super's job
1 With plans and
', "Well," replied the magnate, "I
,,:;:,; c2lculatlnC might be able to use you. See me
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a month's 'time.
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; I' I dont complain of.
, ": "If you want me at all," repliedthe
THE FEATHERHEADS .AgSV! >. Figure It Out poverty actor, "you'd better put me on

WHAT TH1 OH. [I KNOW, i H'to THERE./ HOW YA I find it .stjmv] ting.q."rc the pay-roll right now. There area
Nd 1CER'SN lot of other companies after
-r P i ou'RE *"1 "
pOIN'R me.
ER JOB, l.... "
"Yes? answered the director,
AREh1''t YOU 2 "And what companies are they?"
I "Well," said the actor, "there'sthe

light company, gas company,
Q Q ,u telephone company, and-"

8 The director laughed and the
: W man was put on the salary list.-._
Copyrlg-ht.-WNU Service. Montreal Star.Ambition.

. _
Created LakesElk 'of ManAt
1 1I Bunyan

.. and Torch ,lakes, the beau- four-to wear pants.
tiful finger lakes that stretch par- At eight to miss Sunday
\ allel for miles ,along the shore of School.
/ ",' ( __ I oJ Lake ,Michigan near Elk ,Rapids, At' twelve-to be President.At .
, r1 + date back to the days of Paul eighteen to have monogrammed
o Bunyan, according to the old lum- cigarettes.At .

,1 berjacks. twenty-to take a show girl
: ''
', ) .. Lake Michigan, they say, was out to dinner.At .
.hf: -- r scooped out by the, mighty Paul, '
twenty-five to have the
,,;. "lj.,.. to be used as a log pond. Insteadof of -
: / price a dinner.
; /
: Hey WHAT OHR- RATHERISN'T ,skidding the logs into a stream \
',' KIND OF PAPERIS I UNIQUE and floating them down to his At thirty-five-to eat dinner.
At fifty-five-to digest dinner.-
pond Paul would hitch onto a
'RE -J IT ? TIs11NC71VE-
Excelsior Springs Standard.
: section of land and drag it over
UNLJSUAL.-ER-- to the lake, log off the timber,
': r WALL ? WMO and then haul the section back.

v..,," .,.i;: I TOLD VOL) To One day Paul hooked onto a Queen to BeggarNo
'r..::', '; USE THAT .2 particularly heavy timbered sec- more striking misfortunethan -
;;,'G tion'near the Boardman and that of Nathalie Keschko has
'i"f-; 1/ N started Babe, the blue ox, out to befallen a 'woman of modern
\ haul, it over to the lake. There times. From 1875 to 1888 she'was
4. had been a heavy rain, the the Queen of Serbia famous,
ground was greasy, and Babe's wealthy and beloved by her sub-
: feet slipped. jects. In 1931 she was a common
Torch and Elk lakes remain, an beggar in the back streets of
: / eternal testimonial to the blue ox Paris homeless, penniless and
'. I and the time his feet slipped.- without a friend in the world.-
I ,'" .. Detroit Free Press. Collier's Weekly.Here's .

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BAYER ease a cold is this: Two know, will endorse it. For it is a

R Bayer Aspirin tablets quick,effective means of combatinga I'

the moment you feel a cold.Ask for Bayer Aspirin by,tho
cold coming on, Then full na-me: at your druggist's-not \

repeat, if necessary, according to for "aspirin" alone.
instructions in the box.

e WNtun Newspaper Oatoa aR At the same time, if you have a :} --
sore throat, crush and dissolve 15C
three BAYER tablets in one-third
!R A TIMELY WISH Drug Store, and said her mamma OH, THAT ODOR! glass of water. And gargle. with thismixture 2 FULL DOZEN FOR 25C
; wanted some tissue paper. Jones
wrapped it up and handed it to her. twice. VIRTUALLY 1C A TABLET
"Charge it, pleath," said Jane. The Bayer Aspirin you take in-
"Certainly," replied Jones, "but ternally will act to combat fever
: who is it for?"
and the pains which usually ac
,"All of uth," replied the little tot,
colds. The
company gargle act 9
I as she sauntered blithely on her
: way. as a medicinal gargle to provide almost -

,'1 I instant relief from rawness
'I Suspense, Prof. Bug-No wonder the Re and pain. It is really marvelous;for
n Old Lady (to parachutistI sea smells so good. It's tomato it acts like a local anesthetic on the
really don't know how you can hang, soup. irritated membrane of your throat.
from that silk thing. The suspense
I ,' Nephew I've gotten the best must be terrible.ParachutistNo. The Very Man .
looking siren for my car I could mum; it's when "I must see Dr Brown at once"
. find. the suspense ain't there that it's said the stranger. I II
Old Aunt-My dear boy I'd always terrible. (."But, madam," said the maid,
hoped you would never get "Dr. Brown's a doctor of music,
, I AjL. mixed up with women of that type. Mine for Wild Cats not a doctor of medicine."
, : Henry-Poor Dods! He' has lost "Well," said the caller, "he shouldbe I ADVERTISED BARGAINS]I
Names and Dates- all his money in a wild-cat mining the right doctor for me, because
Jimmy-But why do you keep on company. I'm suffering from an awful singingin
calling me Charlie? Didn't I tell Susan-Mercy! I didn't know you my ears"-Exchange.No .
i I. you my name is Jimmy? had to mine for wild cats. ,,0 UR readers should always remember that our
Elsie-Of course; how stupid of Difference community merchants cannot afford to adver-
: me! But I keep on thinking this
Woof Teacher-If you subtract four-
tise a bargain unless it is a real bargain. They do
: is Wednesday nignt. First Classman -'' Mister, what teen from a hundred sixteen, what's
kind of ships do they stand dog the difference? advertise bargains and such advertising means
. ; Frankly Speaking watches on? .' Tommy Yeh, I think }t's a lot money saving to the people of the community.
. : Little Jane, age five, contentedly I. fourth Classman-A bark, sir.- of foolishness, too. -' Wall Street ,
licking a lollypop, came into Jones' Annapolis Log Journal. '
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Junior Class to Give TOURIST DIES FROM Know Your Language ""Jt:
Dance Next Friday -- : '.
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INJURIES By C. L. BushnellSchool I ;..

Tbp Junior Class of Clewiston] of English. I I "i'
International Correspondence
High School will give a dance at the IN CRASH LAST WEEK Schools

Clewiston Inn the proceeds from #' 'M t 1? lt ::1 I

bo used to defray expense, --
which will
lexicographers-the people
(Moore Haven Democrat) EVEN
of the Junior-Senior banquet later in prepare our dictionariesare -
the year and other expenses of. grad W. T. Combs, 79, of Memphis, Mo., sometimes guilty of mistakes.Dr. .
died at 9:30 Saturday morning at Samuel Johnson, probably the
nation. the offices of Dr. E. R. Morlan of most famous of them all, defined .
The school will also publish this'eaJ' injuries sustained in the fatal crashof "pastern," meaning a tether, as "the ;

for the first time, a high schoo the car in which he was a passenger knee of a horse." When asked by a :! .8
lady how he happened to make'such : .
annual and it is hoped that enough near Palmdale New Year's eve an error he replied, "Ignorance, :;

money will be.raised from this dance and in which his wife, his daughterand Madam, pure ignorance." : ;,
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs., B. H. \ ,
The mistake was corrected in the I ,
cost of this
of the r/
to pay a portion Hertenstein, and granddaughter; 16- fourth edition of his dictionary, but .' :.-''j' 11:1III: : 1.-: '..: ''.
annual. I rear old Mary' Louise Hertenstein, Dr. Johnson never altered his defi- : -
The Junior class officers who arc I were also seriously injured. nition of excise -"a hateful tax 2: :;::1:: i
levied upon commodities, and ad- ,
making arrangements for the dance The Englehart Funeral Home of \
judged not by the common judgesof .
Johnson, president;: Fort Myers sent an ambulance Sat- !,
are: property, but by wretches hired ./:
James Winn, vice-president; and urday for the body and prepared it 'by those to whom the Excise is r t;. :.. ; ,'
for shipment to his Missouri home paid." .t 'L" ...,
Gladys Willis, secretary-treasurer for interrment. A sister, Mrs. D. R. As a result of his bellicose defi- l';)- '" '. 1 '\ !j.: '.

His. Agnes Thomas is the class spon- Brown, of Palatka; accompanied the nition, Dr. Johnson narrowly .i/ } f :,,: .
sor. body back to Memphis. escaped being prosecuted for libel ; .
Preparations are being made to by the infuriated Commissioner of Printings
have an exceptionally good orchestrafor Poison accumulating; in the badly Excise.
crushed 'thigh sustained by Mr.
the evening and it is hoped thatas
Combs is believed to have been the
many as 'possible. will arrange
cause of his death but it is not .
known but what he also suffered internal :r r..
F .
injuries. The right thigh and ',. :, "7ct
Baker's Service StationUndergoing the right ankle were both badly ;3cz; u FLORIDA =: .. f

crushed and there were !other broken
AlterationsBaker's bones.

The other injured' are recovering I .. 0 .
Service Station is under- slowly. from their injuries with Mrs. ] Pl .;\ .. '.',.;' : ". ,,- : -' ", ',\<','.. I
f .
extensive alterations which are Combs probably the most seriously f ] IfJ : .
going signed to make the station one of injured. She received a broken collarbone it'tk: : ; ; > \ I

tl e most attractive and convenient and' a dislocated left should. "Ws : t i't". !

jthe city. Work has been undervr.y er as well as 'a severe scalp cut. Mr. I \ :
for the past three weeks a little Hertenstein has a broken shoulder ". ',.. .'. .", Ji'\'J .'{, .
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time, but C. M Baker, manager blade and two fractured ribs. Fearsof ;! fIm : : .,: / ,../ :'_:,:{f.; : :
at a : ; !y, _' \.7
internal injuries were experienced < .::< .... t. .. -, .' .', I
work f )
states that the
station, ;
: the '
will be speeded up considerably from at first but he is apparently recuperating fI (bJm ;..j:;.:: .:: : ::'k\" ,,:. j.. ,.:... ,-, ,I
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rapidly. Mrs. Hertensteinhas 'I"". .
now on. l&1W -.. . : '
broken, right thigh and a small '" : : i
The chief change made to date is ,. ,. M"t erlt Y "
the removal of a portion of the cut on that leg. She experienced a '*' I1i1Stop 4Y < ) :' C"1" :. ;
front of the building to eliminate hard blow on the head but is apparently ::r: ( > .: /' i
,, well over that. Miss Herten- :
the' old style triangular front which :,. .
the station formerly had. A con- stein received a broken collarboneand I .' "" ,1p \" .', ,.. ,' .
has been built on the several cuts about the face and '; '.
crete driveway t ,

draulic west side grease of the lift building installed.and a It hy-Is neck wheel but chair.is now, able to be about ina I'F :,p h1 : {r>:i:" ':" > .+ .. :iji; ;

planned to build a show room for Mr. Hertenstein was driving the '
: :
Pontiac cars immediately adjoiningthe 'car when ,the wreck occurred and re- at the ) ,, ," <

station and the back room will embers vividly what happened, even : : ; c 1 : < ))111;:} : k )

1,e used ae a repair shop. Some new the speed he was traveling. Whenhe jiotelPotcieia :
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equipment has already been added passed through Moore Haven, lie I : 1 I' "; .
including battery charger, new water said, he was driving between fifty ; :\ i. .; .
See ) :
and .air connections and other and fifty-five miles per hour but just 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll : : r : ,

things. f ':...-: out of town he ran into a swarm of
bugs which mashed on the wind- Outside Rooms With

Mac Williams Finishes shield and obscured vision to suchan PrUate Bath
'extent that he was forced to slowdown

NightThe to about forty and was travel- COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
Job Monday
ling at this rate when the accident
occured. Lights of an oncoming car Overlooking: Biscajno Bay
largest single contract on the prevented his seeing the parked car'
Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and, ,
Caloosahatchee River project came until almost upon it, too late to do :

to an end Monday night when the ,anything else but attempt to swerve. Business Section. ,_ I J.
last shovel of dirt was tossed by the The driver of the parked truck was '
draglines of the MacWilliarns' Dredging taken to Sebring and no report of RATES The Jewi&on Wws!

Company of New Orleans just' his injury has'been received althoughit ,:

south of Lake Hicpochee. Prepar- is known that one leg was broken.He $1.50 Single < '
ations are now being made to store was Carl Kipt, of Gardner. '
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all machines on a plot of ground This was the Hertenstein's first $2.50 Double "J r,:;' / h : :i : ; :: < ; ,. :
which has been purchased by the trip to Florida but Mr. and Mrs. : \

company between Lake Hicpocheeand Combs have spent several wintersin Special Family, Weekly & ". ." r. '' ; -.t' .. ,?,.,:. ::" .'_, '
Citrus Center. The Florida, ,their the state. Monthly RatesS.

only floating dredge, will be storedin
a slip which will be dug near this D. McCREARY, Proprietor

plot of ground. Slight Mistake J i .._ !ff: ml( .t 1- "'
Bids were opened on this upper division Some men found guilty of robbery I

of the river work on July 15, confessed the other day, that they
1935 and the MacWilliams Company did It In order to start business. They
was .$200,000 under the near- had better have kept to the usual, pro

est rival bidder. Their bid was $.0973 cedure and started business! first.- IS YOUR CAR' SLUGGISH ?
per cubic yard or a total of 635- London Passing Show
85550; for approximately six and a
half million yards.

Four hundred and twenty calendar -
FOR SALE-At sacrifice. Lease and
days were given for completion
fixtures for and
which would have made the time expire -' magazine
in September of this year. Extensions tionery shop; best location in -

were granted because of the Glade. Address Box 338, Belle tY./ '

June floods and other extenuating 1 Glade'l
circumstances however, and it is be-
lieved that the contract was finished I

within, or almost within the time eel I

for completion.The J. M. COUSE I
contract lan from Moore Haven -

across Lake Hicpochee and down
and Attorney at LawHopkins
the Caloosahatchee to old lock No.

3 about five and a half miles east of '
LaBelle, with the exception at lock Building I
\ Wednesdays and Saturday
: 2, which is to be torn out by the ,
S. I
9:30 to 4:00 '
Spadaio Construction Company and r c
at the new Ortona lock, now under /
, 3t
( construction by the Spadaro Com

i'r. pany. L. B. Mershon 1&2A- I

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'1.;'''' (Continued-from page 1) I New York Life \ i That Good
., torn to pieces most of the time since I Insurance Company
tho mill started operating In pre- V

pa'-ation for paving.. The paving is'' ARCADIA, FLORIDA r.Gulf[
expppted to be,completed by the latter -I I i'

'" part of the month 'and in tho GasolineLUBKSflTLS
meantime the visitors are traveling'a
lather lengthy detour to go
through the plant and watch the varIous Furniture and Homo FUl'nifhil1 s 1 .

. interesting operations.

Grayer Poole and son, John, CYZJ'lDEB and VALVESiASES
; UPPFE! 1
of Canal Point, visited Mr. and Mrs.I Household Furnishing?

1"1rs.. M. Pafford and Sherwood Halt Inc. ''I '.J : ZeJ2J SAVES: WEflB( .
from Thursday until Saturday of,lash/ t \
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