The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00614
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00614
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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''I WORK Hendry County Motors IGOLF TOURNAMENT Radio Entertainer I DATE AND SCHEDULE

Ford Sales HereThe Visits Sugar HouseRuth


Hendry County Motors, Inc., Fisher, well known radio entertainer -

with E. M. Cornette, of LaBelle, in SUNDAY AT COURSE on the National Farm and GIVEN I! IN CIRCULARThe
I NEARS COMPLETION opened here last Saturdayin
Home hour was a recent visitor to I
the sales room adjoining the Sug- -- I f
the United States
I Sugar Corpora-
arland Service Station which has Forty-two golfers have qualifiedto watercade which has been
concrete work on the improvements use'd tion's sugar house here and expressed -!
The been for several years by G. participate in the golf tournamentat planned through the new cross-state

to the waterplant of the E. Etherton, who has had a branch the Clewiston Golf Course and at her great interest in the tour i I canal for February 22 and 23 is taking
Water Company here, was sales of the LaBelle Motor Company.The .
through the mill. She took a great definite shape and there Is reported -
finished about eleven o'clock Tues new company will be local ,dealer least forty-eight, are expected before ,
many notes and said that she, expected -! to be a great many yachtsmen
day night and within a short time for Fords and Lincolns. the first flight is started on Sunday.A andothers, interested in making this
to use them in preparing a
Clewiston will have a supply of clean While the new company will be great deal of interest is being trip across the state via the new wat- -
fresh water turned into the mains LaBelle broadcast in the near future. I II
closely associated with the shown and it is expected that this erway. Circulars have been distributed -
which Is expected to be the best in ':Motor Company it is entirely a new By the end of this week there will along the east coast giving the
interest will continue until the final I
any community around the lake. company and operating only; in Clew- be a total of close to 4,000 visitors itenerary and schedules by the Okee-
matches and the
are played prizesare
Wells and Forbes of West Palm iston. Blitz Wegman, of LaBelle, is awarded. I who have gone through the sugar chobee Flood Control Board whichis
Beach were the contractors on the 'president of the corporation and Mr. taking the lead in promotion of
and pairings will be house this weeks
Drawings season in the seven
I concrete structures which included Cornette is secretarytreasurer.Mr. the event. Carl E. Hanton, editor of \
made late Saturday night and will be
I 2a 40 by 60 foot sedimentation, basin Cornette stated this week that since ,the opening.The the Fort Myers News-Press heads
the A
posted at clubhouse. complete
I and two filters, each ten feet square. new cars had been delivered work of cutting and grindingcane the organization for staging the wat-
line-up of the pairings will be pub- '
,, As the Intake pipe is all in place during the first week: of oper- lished in next week's issue of the at the mill is progressing ercade and various celebrations.
and connected from the water plant labor heads
enthusiasticover steadily and state that
ation and was very News. United States cabinet members
far out into the lake, the only remaining excellent there has ben no trouble with a
the prospects for an Four beautiful prizes will be giv- and state officials of the present and
work is the clean-up work will shortage of labor this season. Thereare
I business here. Several new cars en, either of the four being well II those active during the progress of
and the gradual changing connp"- be here for display shortly and sec- plenty 'on hand at this time for
worth working for. Three flights of the work have been invited to make
I ;ions to let in the new water supply in cutting, and weeding. The first pay
will be displayed
ond-hand cars sixteen each will probably be ar- the trip across the state via the St. "
without disrupting service. This is the vacant lot just west of the show- ranged. day was one of the best ever seen I Lu'cie canal, Lake Okeechobee and "

: expected to take from two weeks to i room. A complete line of parts will with cane cuters drawing good mon-! the Caloosahatchee canal and riv-

! a month., be carried and a repair shop will be ey' because of the heavy cane and er. The trip: is one hundred and forty

The most important change in the maintained in'the rear of their build- Hurricane Gate No. other salaries and wages in propor- miles long from Stuart to Fort My-
water supply and plant is the intake tion. _!
ing. ers and everyone with boats has been .:
which reaches far out into Lake
pipe 4 To.Be ClosedThe invited to participate In the water-
Okeechobee, well beyond the grass .
Beardsley Speaker Handball Tourney To cade and to attend the various cer- ,:
which is largely responsible for col-
emonies to be held at points enroute.
of water and some taste which] .-
oring requires heavvy treating to remove. At Kiwanis Meeting sub-office of the U. S. Engi- Finish, This Week The schedule as given on the circulars .. .

neers here gave notice today that distributed is as follows:
The source of the new water supply
--- Boats will assemble at Stuart on
cleanest of community theme hurricane gate No. 4 at the mouthof
will be the any .
Kiwanis Education was the The last of the semi-final matchesin the evening of February 21 or the
on the lake with a possible ex- of the meeting of the local club at the Hillsborough Canal near Belle the handball tourney being con- morning of the 22nd with the coast ':

ception of Okeechobee. Many have thV Inn last Wednesday night andJ. Glade will lie closed to navigationfrom ducted on the local court was sche- guard patrol under the direction of

said that the lake water at the E. Beardsley'chairman of the Ed- the first to about the eigh- duled to be held today and it is prob- Commodore Kitching, harbormaster -
source from where it will be piped, ucation committee, had charge of the
teenth of February while clean- able that the semi-final winner will handling the traffic. Because of
'is better than that which comes some
now program. Mr. Beardsley nve a most be matched in the finals tomorrowor the difficulty of locking large boats
from the faucets in Clewiston after ing is dene inside the gate.
interesting talk and a number of Sunday. J. J. Harrington and Wilbur through the St. Lucie locK No. 2 all o

treatment. the members took part :u the gen- McGehee won out in their semi- large boats have been, directed to

eral discussion: final match and will meet the win- make their way to and through this

Work Starts Today Mr. Beardsley in his talk plead fora Allison Takes Post ners in the lower bracket in the fin- lock: on the afternoon and night of

continuation of the club as a serv- als. the 21st. This does not Include coast

On New Lock House ice club rather than a luncheon club At Florida UniversityGainesville M. E. Morricon and J. D. Hooker, guard cutters from Fort Lauderdale.The .

and said he hoped that after the were matched in the first round with locks are nine\ miles west of

great work done by the local organ- Cohurn Moore and Bill Owen., The Stuart. Ceremonies and speeches will

(Moore Haven Democrat) ization that it would never be allowed Fla.-Appointment of Morrison-Hooker combination won be held at the Palm City bridge, two

.,' ; A crew of workmen will start this to revert to a mere luncheon Dr. R. V;. Allison to head all activi- out in this set. In the second round, miles west of Stuart, at !9:00 a. m.

existing gathering._ He stressed the import- ties in the fields of soils and soil Fr. J. F. Walsh and Owen Winn were after which the cruise will start for
morning deepening :,-
ance of each committee functioningat conservation of the College 01 'Agriculture nosed out by J. J. Harrington and Clewiston. with an 'anticipated' arriv-
excavations for the new lock I
all times with the greatest pos- University of Florida, by the Wilbur McGehee who 'continued vic- al at this city at four o'clock.
house which is to be erected just I
sible efficiency and recommended Board of Control at its meeting in torious by winning from the Morri At Clewiston the party ':will spend
west of the present 'lock house!'; and I
occasional reports to show the other' Tallahassee January 11, was an- son-Hooker team to go into the fin- the night and will be entertained by _
a short time forms for the '
within' will club members what was being ac- nounced here today by Dr. Wilmon als. -i I the city. A trip through the sugarhouse
foundation concrete be in place.
complished.He Newell, dean of the college. In, the lower bracket S. L.. Crochet: of the United States Sugar
< This was stated yesterday by R. E. "
J Householder who is supervising the named' over each of the com- "There has been. evident for some and Edward VonMach defeated Virgil -I Corporation has also been proposed.At .

':' work for the Spadaro Contracting mittees and the chairmen of severalof time," said Dr. Newell, "the need for Lawrence and Bob 'Patterson I 8:00: on the morning of Febru- (j

them gave a brief talk to show a more perfectly integrated soils program while M. E. VonMach and Owen ary 23 the group of boats will continue ;I
Company, contractors on the job. A 1
'- been made. This Winn defeated Nash and L. on to Moore Haven passing
Z dragline has been at work digging what progress had I for our College of Agricultureas Larry I

trenches almost to the depth required being the first of the year, Mr. a whole, as well as for additional, C. Rosenberg. The semi-finals has'. through the locks there between nine

for the foundation piers. Beardsley said, it was time to makea I talent in this important field. It is not yet been played off between the and ten oclock. They expect to arrivein

' Work progressing on the 'dock : survey of the past and preparea important that the teachings, research Crochet-Yonl\Iacli' VonMach- Fort Myers about 4:00 that afternoon -

near this house with greater rapidity definite program for the future. and extension work in soils Winn combinations.Two I i'n time for the reception and

I since the piling are being driven He stated that he regarded serviceas be fully coordinated in the interestof beautiful sweaters have been I 1 I entertainment. being. planned there.

the basic essential of this donated J. J. the I I
| away from the rocky bank The pile the organi- efficiency and economy and by Harrington as

; driving should: be completed withina zation with fellowship, finances and result we confidently expect to at- prizes to, the two on the winning Basketball CourtUndergoing

short 'time. other things of ,secondary import- tain by reorganization of this work." doubles team. :

An A. C. L. railway construction ance. Soil problems are fundamental in Repair

i f. crew has been at work this week Following his talk there were reports Florida agriculture, and the state Park Project Will I

pouring some new concrete 'aroundthe from the playground committee has a large number of ,different soil ---

piers at the railroad bridge to and from the committee underprivileged -I types. Fuller knowledge of their best Close Next Week Due to the bad condition of the

\ strengthen these piers. Timber sheet I children.A. adaptation and use is needed. -, Dr. outdoor basketball court at the

piling to form the outside walls of O. Ward, chairman of the fin- Newell declares. -- .1 f school no great effort has been made

I the addition, to the piers are already ance committee, reported trfit arrangements Dr. Allison, who holds the degreesof The Clewiston Recreation Park I by Coach Matthew Morrison as yet
in place and. concrete was being had been made to put Bachelor of Science from Purdue project of the' Works Progress Ad- to match games for his basketball
.' I University and Master of Science and ministration will close next week itI I the
poured yesterday. on an old-fashioned minstrel show in teams but work was started on

Construction work on the new Clewiston within a short time for the Doctor of Philosophy from Rutgers has been announced by officials, the court this week ,and should be fin-

; I .....waterworks. has reached -an advanc-I benefit of the club. University, was formerly in chargeof work hours allotted the project being ished within a short time.

j T. ed stage and within a couple of the Everglades Experiment Sta- used up at that time., Forms are in place and a portionof

weeks the concrete work will be Catholic Men's I tion at Belle Glade and is well knownto While not as much was accomp- the concrete has been poured to
., practically finished. The first floor Florida's agricultural leaders. He lished as had been hoped when the give the court a smooth surface and

and roof of the main building is completed is the author of many papers dealing project was started it provides a one of the best outdoor courts in

I the settling basin is com- Catholic Men's Club met Monday with soil chemistry and soil biology.At place of recreation for young and old this section

: plete and forms are being erected to evening at the rectory of present he Is in charge for the which was sorely needed in the town. I

j I pour the walls of the second storv Margaret's church. A financial st.1 U. S. Soil Conservation Service of its Three full size concrete tennis courts St. Augustine Has New

of the main building. These walls port for 1936 was; made by the I research work in the Southeasternstates. have been constructed under the pro-

: will almost, end the concrete work treasurer and discussed and plans: His appointment by the Board ject and backstops erected on one Plant

as the third story of the structure .is were made for financing in the new i of Control becomes effective March of them, to provide a )place to play. Shrimp Canning

"I of galvanized iron. year. Plans were also made for the' 1. Wire netting and necessary lumber

.? St. Patrick's Day dance which Dr. R. W. Ruprecht will continueas I Is on hand to construct' the other I St. Augustine, Jan. 21 (FNS-

] }'Cultivator Invented be given on March 17 under the auspices chemist in the Experiment Station two backstops and it is believed like-,With the recently opened $25,000r

Neo; > of the club and the Ladies Altar -J and Dr. O. C. Bryan as Professor of ly that the sponsors will provide additional ,nl'i1 Factory of the Florida

Society. Soils in the Teaching/ Division, Dr. funds for erecting these af- preparing packagedand
Shrimp Company
By rPlant City FarmerPlant
Those attending' meeting were: Newell stated. ter the project is closed out. I bottled seafood for shipment to

S. L. Crochet, J. F, T'ppey, B. A'j) The drainage ditch around the I all parts of the United States, comes

'1 City, Jan.. 21 (FNS.-A new Bourne, R. T. Mitchell, Sidney Hoover P.-T. A. Conducts block has been well cleaned out and the announcement this week that a
Andrew Wiieland and Fr. Walsh. the bordering palm trees have been $45,000 shrimp freezing plant is to
: type of truck-farm cultivator developed There were also several guests pres I h Dental Clinic Here stripped of 'the shaggy bark which be constructed within the next few

by H. L. Magnon of Seffner, 'I ent. I improves; the appearance consider- weeks on the San Sebastian Riverin

I': to eliminate.much of the backbrealI I I --- ably. Flowers have been planted ina West St. Augustine.

ing work of Ultivating various truck i NOVEL FAVORS TO UK JIVK.V A dental clinic was conducted nursery on the east side by the Tentative plans for the plant call
.. AT ANNUAL'): KKEAKFAST Wednesday at the school and five Garden Club) and these flowers will for two-story building where local
and strawb&ry crops, has been des- a
. first grade pupils were taken to Dr.J. be transplanted by this organizationto fishermen can freeze and store

:,., igned and is being demonstrated at Winter Haven, Jan. 21 ""(FNS).- W. Ezelle in the afternoon for necessary beautify the plot The shuffle- shrimp instead of continuing their
y ;the farm of the inventor. Bottles of orange blossom perfumefor dental work. '''Dr. Ezelle reserving board courts and the rustic shelter practice of transporting them to

3 :: t f!; The cultivator, which Mr. Magnon the ladies and Cub "igarettes: that afternoon for the pur- which had been planned could not Jacksonville for this service. The
has named the "G-Boy", is the product for the gentlemen will 1, -
-mong be built and will likely be includedIn plant will also manufacture ice for
L of six years( experimentationand ; favors distributed to nev paper folks pose.The clinic was conducted by Mrs. a future project. packing use aboard the shrimpfishing -

is being approved by all farmers at the annual press breakfast! staged Lunsford, county nurse under the Meanwhile the sponsors of the boats. '

attending demonstrations: Adjust-I by the Florida Orange Festival as :. auspices of the Parent-Teachers As- swimming tool project, the Clewis-

ments for various furrow widths and a climax to Press Day, Friday, Jan- sociation. The organization will pay ton Realty and Development Corpo-

different operations permits pulverizing -' uary '22. Editors and their ladies will for the work done when the parents ration, have been busy complyingwith ored that the way Is clear at this

' !'.,': .. of soil, harrowing, building up 'also be guests of Cypress Gardens are unable, to pay{ Questionnairesare all WPA requirements' In orderto time and that it is not unlikely that

i Boll around the crops, weeding, and I land taken on a delightf boat trip sent to the parents to fill out be- secure a partial appropriation for work will start next" week. Thirty

>._ various other field processes. !during, the afternoon, -officials said. fore any work Is done., starting work'on the pool. It is rum- men will be allowed to the project.II .
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The Game of Life k Quotations"He Foreign Phrases.Words

*Tp HOSE who consciouslybrood /p .
on their sorrows were
committed by Dante to the He that doth a base thing in zeal Allans. (F.) Come on; let us b.
for his friend burns the
deepest pit of hell. They are in IcLvvlc4/J&1 going.
thread that their hearts
ties to-
love with trouble. They like to Bonhomie. (F.) Good nature;
I gether.-Jeremy Taylor. credulity.
shadows. When all
gaze I
Some there are who profess to Commune, bonum. (L.) The
to all what we caL the
comes ,
IN REVIEW despise all flattery, but even ,theseare
common good.
game of life is just what'make nevertheless be flattered
; to by
Dux femina facti. (L.) The leader
life worth living. Life's ene-
being "ld that they do despise it.-
mies are not cares and worries GdUjjQ/vd ID. p; Col ton. of the deed a woman.
deprivations and misfor- by Grisette. (F.) A young workinggirl.
Friendship which flows from the ;
tunes. They are its greatest al Western Newspaper Union. heart cannot be frozen by advers
lies. Its enemies the damp Mal a propos. (F.) Ill times;
are ity, as the water that flows from the rl
At Chan-
Continues in a reception diplomats
Deadlock out of
of the where there does in place.
fogs spirit, spring not congeal winter.J. -
cellor Hitler talked with the French
are neither shadows nor light. General Motors Striker ambassador to Berlin'and assured Fenimore Cooper. Nunc aut nunquam. (L.) Now
Dr. Nansen. OV. FRANK MURPHY of Mich- has or never.
Every man a weak side. Ev-
him intentionof
igan abandoned, at least for attempting that Germany to seize had Spanish no Mo ery wise man knows where it is, and Otium cum dignitate. (L.) Leisure ',I

With great wealth comes the present, his efforts to end the will be sure to keep a double guard with dignity.'I
great want. deadlock between the General Motors rocco. there.John Ma.son.Sunbonnet Parole d'honneur. (F.) Word of
..M-W. ". corporation and Great Britain, angered by the air honor.
r. bombing of her embassy in Madrid,
the striking members -
r a
.. of the United ..filed protest. Some of her most

: "J Automobile Workers powerful warships were added to Girls Make ..
Few Possible Pilots British DON'T RUB
: the fleet at Gibraltar. The
: "'.i!, but James F. I
government forbade citizens to en Light of Your Chores
Aviation instructors, estimate *} 'J:; Dewey, conciliatorfor
that not than four the list in Spain, and continued its efforts EYESRubbing
more personsin : .,: f" ,... V Departmentof YOUR
,. to other nations to
a hundred have sufficient intel- : : ., Labor, remained
ligence and general ability to : "',".: in Detroit, still hope- stop the sending of volunteers to that t your eyes grinds invisible particles of
I" country. France agreed to intro- dust and dirt right into the delicate tissues, !
learn how to pilot an airplane -:".: ful of bringing about making the irritation just that much worse. A I
safely.-Collier's Weekly. i.:t:. ,.../ j \ a peace conference. duce legislation to that effect, but much better way as thousands have discovered. -... I
,.''"I" xl j William S. Knudsen, Germany and Italy were still cling- is to use a little Murine in each eye-night and ..4\
; "
ing to their conditions and allegedly morning: Munne may be depended on to relIeve ,
executive vice president eye irritation because it is a reliable eye "
1Vjlljam S. of General MoKnudsen continuing to give aid to the Franco C preparation containing 7 active ingredients of
known value in caring for the eye In use for
tors, thus stated the forces. t. 40 years. Ask for Murine at your drug: store.

To Alkalize corporation's position:
"General Motors corporation rep- Supreme Court Rebukedby The Wise Man

resentatives immediately upon the President The wise man draws more ad-

Acid Indigestion evacuation of its plants by employees veiled but unmistakable vantage from his enemies than the

engaged in sit down strikes will THINLY Roosevelt's rebuke fool from his- friends.BenjaminFranklin.

meet with representatives of the .
in his
to the Supreme court
Away FastPeople union, but to accept the union's annual message on the state of the mIrY ":.'1su"
conditions would have placed Gen- Union. Standing tri- A1 I I
eral Motors in the of
position con-
umphant before the
doning their illegal actions. ,We can- lopsidedly D e m o- They're never without their sunbonnets BLACKMAN I

not condone illegal occupation of cratic senate and these seven diminutive

our plants.". house in joint session maidens who make light of their STOCK and POULTRY MEDICINES

The union conditions, as set forth Y own chores, and yours, too. 'See
the chief exec- Are Reliable
by President Homer Martin, were: I,, utive said: 'M' s' how pretty they're going to look, L
"We are willing to agree to with- V41 embroidered on a set of seven
"The United -
BITBlackman's Medicated lick-
drawal if negotiations are opened States of America tea towels? Stitches are of the
immediately with an agreement that ABrikW
within itself, must easiest-mostly outline, with lazy
all plants remain closed, without continue the task of.d daisy, running stitch and'some Blackman's Stock Powder

movement of equipment or resump- making democracy French knots. Keep them in mind w Blackman's Cow Tonic
tion of activities until national set-
succeed. "' for gifts. Pattern 918 contains a LrBlackman's Hog Powder
tlement is effected, and with a further -
transfer of motifs
"In that task the Residentlegislative pattern seven
DTBlackman's Poultry Tablets
o agreement that all activities I
branch averaging 5 by 7J/fe inches; illus-
Everywhere Are AdoptingThis such as circulation: of petitions, or- trations of all stitches needed : iw Blackman's Poultry Pow'derHighe&t
of will confi- ;
our government am
Remarkable"Phillips" Way activities
ganizing of vigilante ,
color suggestions and material re Lowest Price
of dent, continue to meet the demandsof Quality
threatening or coercing employees -
The way to gain almost incredibly democracy whether they relate to quirements.Send Satisfaction Guaranteed or
quick relief, from stomach condition be immediately stopped. the curbing of abuses, the extensionof 15 cents in stamps or coins
from is to alka- About a thousand men., engagedin your money back
arising overacidity,
(coins preferred) for this patternto
help to those who need help, or
the sit down strikes thus
lize the stomach quickly with Phillips' were
The Sewing Circle Needlecraft BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
the better' balancing of our inter-
Milk of Magnesia.You holding up negotiations for settle-
Dept, 82 Eighth Ave., New York,
take either two teaspoons of ment of the controversy which already dependent economies."So .

the liquid Phillips'' after meals; or had thrown outof, work near- too, the executive' branch of N. Y. BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.
two Phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tab- Write plainly your name'address Chattanooga, Tenn.
ly 100,000 employees of the corporation the government must move forwardin /i
lets. Almost instantly"acid indiges ., this task and, at the same time, and pattern number. ;

tion" goes, gas from hyperacidity, General Motors' officials received provide better management, for ad-
"acid-headaches" overindulgence
telegrams from a'number of American ministrative action of all kinds.
in food or smoking-and
nausea are relieved. You feel made Federation of Labor units urg- "The judicial branch also is asked

over; forget you,have a stomach. ing no recognition of the United Au- by the people to do its part in mak- Sore Throat Pains

Try this Phillips' way if you have tomobile Workers as sole bargaining ing democracy successful. We do

any acid stomach upsets. Get either agency for the motor car fac- not ask the courts to call non-ex-

the liquid "Phillips" or the remark- tory workers. They were assuredthe istent powers into being, but we

s able, new Phillips Milk,of Magnesia corporation would not back have a right to expect that con- DUE, TO COLDS
Tablets. Only 25/?' for a big box of down on this point.
ceded those
powers or legitimately
tablets at drug stores.
,' Making the situation more diffi- implied shall be made effective in-

.ALSO IN TABLET FORM: cult, the strikers in Flint engaged ina struments for the common good. Eased Instantly
liI I wild, riotous battle with' the
Each tiny tablet "The' of our democracymust .
ja the equivalentof _;;...:.:.,." guards and city police that lasted
a teaspoonful :.. rpiuics' not be imperiled by the denialof
+ for hours and resulted in the injuryof
of! genuine Phil- .w essential powers of free govern-
lic MilkoMagnesia. _.... dozens of men. The local offi- "
... "; '.___ cers restrained themselves admir- ment. his yy r .;.,,,,, ;., }', (}' 1, Crush and stir 3 Bayer Aspirin
Sketching the for
ably though armed with machine tablets in M glass of water. .1'
the President said
w"" ond term, legis-
!Jj,. .. W+rnu guns, and the state police were hur-
-' lation he desired at this time in-
ried to the scene to aid them. Gov-
cluded extension of the RFC, of his
ernor Murphy and other state offi-
MILK OF to devalue the dollar and of
cials also went to Flint.
MAGNESIASense other New Deal authorizations aboutto

Slain expire, deficiency appropriations -
of Kidnaped Boy Found and extension of the neutralitylaw E
Decency '
$ >
There is a sense of decency. Near Everett, Wash. to apply to the Spanish civil

Some don't have it. They are the HpEN-y ear-old Charles Mattson, war. Conceding that NRA had
ones who have to be taken to kidnaped from his home ,in Ta- "tried to do too much," he contin- 2. GARGLE thoroughly throw

task. coma, Wash., Dec. 27 and held for ued: "The statute of NRA has been your head way back, allowing a

ransom, was found beaten to deathin outlawed." The problems have not. little to trickle down your throat.

snow covered woods' near Ev They are still with us." r

Health-Wrecking Functional erett. The body was nude and cru- ;!.

PAINS elly battered. State and city police Congress Receives Budget '

Severe functional pains of menstruation and department of justice agents, Message of President w. '

} cramping spells and jan- who had been held back to give the I STATING that he expects to bal-

gled nerves soon rob a woman of her lad's father a chance to pay the i ance national budget.and begin '
natural, youthful freshness. PAIN ransom and ,save his son, immedi- reducing the national debt in k}'ss>%}r'::'' }'"'%s '} O. Repeat gargle and do not rinse

lines in a woman's face too often ately began an intensive manhunt, I, 1939, President Roosevelt submitted } ' f yg. mouth, allow gargle to remain on
grow into AGE lines but their clews were few and poor. '}t
y membranes of the throat for
Thousands of women have foundIt I, to congress a budget for the 1938 : f ; >d4r; prolonged
fiscal year. This, he said, balanced effect.
helpful to take Cardui. They say
France Ready to Occupy r'I
It seemed to ease their pains, and : conditionally except for statutorydebt
they noticed an Increase in their Spanish MoroccoF retirement-meaning that if I

appetites and finally a strengthened according to reliable re- his conditions are met the gross def- Just Gargle This 'Way

resistance to the discomfort of ports, is all set to occupy Span- icit for the fiscal year beginningJuly

monthly periods. \ ish Morocco, and 'expects the full 1 would not be more than with Bayer Aspirin
Try Cardui. Of course if it doesn't co-operation of Great Britain. The $401,515,000, compared with $2,652- l
help you, see your doctor. ...,
in the current fiscal
French had sent to : year
01 Here is the most it. And will
approve you say
and $4,763,841,642 in the 1936 fiscal
General Franco, '
i head of the Spanish :-:;:' ; year, which ended last June 30. P I' Ea amazing way to ease it is marvelous. : ;
J' g the pains of rawnessof Get the real BAYER ASPI ,
Fascists, one protest fA.: But the President warned the nation -

I r against the allegedadmission !?;:e/ : that conditional budget balancein sore throat result- RIN at your druggist's by ask't

1 D to Morocco. ::;.tfiJ',:;;. ;' 'i the next fiscal year and complete ing from a cold we ing for it by its full name

of German t.. ,f.::;. i>li balance in the following year depended know you have ever tried. not byalone. the name "aspirin" \
troops, and then i.::. .." ":rd on industry's co-operation in .Crush and dissolve three ../'

: DO you frequent suffer urination burning,backache scanty or, sent another. before kL ..... ,ti J hiring mOrEl persons from relief genuine BAYER ASPIRIN

headache, dizziness, loss of energy, taking:' drastic ac- '; :: 4:' \ rolls. tablets in one-third glass of 15 (
j' leg pains, swellings and puffiness tion. If they do --.;, ,4' :,s The President estimated that fed- water. Then gargle with this ](

under the eyes? Are you tired, nerv move, it will be ," '._,,.', eral revenue in the next fiscal year 2 FULL DOZEN FOR 2'Jc
r" ous-feel all unstrung and don't I nominally in behalf will increase by $1,475,466,378 because mixture twice, holding your /

:, I know what is wrong? of the sultan of Mo- Gen Franco of better business and higher head well back. Virtually Ic a tablet

Gr,; Then give some thought to your I rocco and because of violation of the taxes. He did not propose new taxes This medicinal gargle will !

kidneys. Be sure they function properly Franco-Spanish treaty of 1912. but opposed the reduction of any act almost like a local anes- /
for functional kidney disorder; per France has 100,000 men in her Mo- taxes now in effect. thetic the irritated
mits excess waste to stay in the blood roccan army and could easily and The message revealed that Mr. on sore,
and to poison and upset the whole membrane of your throat. Pain
speedily occupy most of the Spanishzone Roosevelt planned to curtail relief ac
n' system. which the Fascists control. expenditures sharply from the 1936- eases almost instantly; rawnessis 4t9

Use DOln'I'Pills.Dean's are for the Support by the British presumablywould 37 levels. But he found available relieved.
kidneys only. They recommended
t.r: the world over. You are can get the: genuine come from the British fleet funds insufficient for the rest of Countless thousands now use
time-tested Dean's at any drug in the Strait of Gibraltar and possi- the current fiscal ygar and asked this way to ease sore throat.

: store. by from troops to replace French congress to appropriate $790,000,000 Your doctor, we are sure will

i, forces taken from the German bor- immediately, of which $650,000,000is I
to be expended for recovery and

DOAN SPILLS der.Franco sent a conciliatory replyto relief between February 1 and June I Read

:' Paris. 30 when the 1937 fiscal year ends. Our Adverts ents



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'.............. ........---- Features of
IMPROVEDUNIFORM nicLi. Though Hope Fades Gentility
ffollJel101d 11 Two main
INTERNATIONAL r\ HEART, be brave! features of gentility
are propriety and consideration

ifi. @ QUeSiOllf'Vipe And fairest, though hopes thy decay dearest, for others.

SUNDAY Lesson Hopes all fulfilled shall crown Best thing for people who can'tafford
.en another day to eat breakfast in bed is
and core apples. Put in 'Thou shalt that they don't want to.
Jy REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, not always grieve
baking dish and fill centers with Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof beside a grave. If one knows a mean story'on

sugar. Add small quantity boil- Western Newspaper Chicago. Union. O heart, be strong! himself, let him remember it

ing water. Cover and bake three 'iifl14International/ about Be valiant to do battle for the when he is tempted to tell a mean

hours in slow oven, basting fre- right; story on someone else-and re-

quently and adding more waterif Lesson for January 24 Fourflushing. Hold high truth's stainless flag; frain.

necessary. walk in the, light, Aren't the ladies' pages full of
TWO MIRACLES OF MERCY SANTA And bow not weakly to the advice on how to' manage a hus-

Chilled, diced oranges mixed the German troops rule of wrong.J. band; but where do you find ad-

with pineapple and sprinkled with LESSON TEXT-John 5:2.9: ; 6815.: marched into the, Rhineland, G. Whittier monitions on how to manage a
coconut make a delicious dessert. ( GOLDEN TEXT-The same works that I France to wife?
was going fight.aboutit
do, bear witness of me that the Father
lath sent me. John 5:36. but didn't. A perfectly just and sound How you behave is your neigh-
Wash chiffons in a soap' solu- ,PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus Feeding Hungry mind bor's'way of judging-not by what
When the Italians moved against is a rare and valuable
tion. No rubbing will, be re- People. you think.
JUNIOR TOPIC-A Boy Who Gave Away Ethiopia, Britain was going to invoke gift.
quired, just rinsing up and down. His Lunch. force, but Some prejudices are amply jus- ,
Don't have the water too hot. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- didn't. tified. Don't be ashamed of a
C) Associated Newspapers.-"WNU Service. Why Did Christ Work Miracles? prejudice, but analyze it.
; The Significance of Christ's Miracles. her snoot into the r'> kaMkyift': ('. Leaving No Stain

j Head the List world is for Spanish mess, there UdPiiISzy4 Let us seek so to live that our
The looking super-
I was going to be
Two well-known having bygone year may, to use Cowper's
persons "mira-
,I men, those who can work armed action by other .
< -
surnames of Aa were Peter Van- cles," and thus afford an easy solu- but : beautiful expression, leave "no

del Aa, a Dutch bookseller in tion for the problems of the ,home wasn't.powers, 1'' r' stain upon the wing of time.

Leyden, and Christian Charles and of the nation. Men are readyto When Japan beganto 6

Henry Vander Aa, a ,Dutch ; marvel at and follow in almost nibble again at Rejoice in Friend's Success

churchman. abject submission those who promise China, there was going Allow shadow of envy to mar i

,, .@ riches without labor, food with- to be intervention the sunshine of a friend's suc
toil short cuts to comfort and 191
but all that hapIrvin S. Cobb .
A Three Days' CoughIs satisfaction. Often they are con- ened was that the cess.He that from fear doeth good,

tent if they only have somethingover League of Nations chirped'despairingly is still more meritorious than he Coleman

Your Danger SignalNo which" they may exclaim and then put its head back that doeth no good at all. AIR-PRESSURE
"Wonderful! whether it be useful -
under its wing.Somehow .
The swan knows how to use its
matter how many medicinesyou : or not. I'm thinking of the two Mantle
neck that is why it is beautiful.The .
have tried for your cough, chest The miracles of God, through his fellows who started fighting and, ; LANTERN
giraffe doesn't and is
cold or bronchial irritation, you can gro- r
servants and the Lord Jesus Christ,
when bystanders rushed in to '
get relief now with Creomulsion. sep- tesque. 'Use your Colemanin
\ Serious trouble may: be brewing and are not mere marvels or wonders. arate them, the ''one who was get- Following precedent is always hundreds of places
I you cannot afford to take a chance They are not for the advancementof ting the worst 'of it yelled: where an ordinary lan
for those whose bursts of
good tern 13 useless. Use it for
with less than Creomul- for ;
anything of
the man or
cause any
"Five or six of hang 0'11 to -after-dark huntut
you wisdom doubtful.We chores,
sion which to the seat are
personal glory. They are the mighty ing, fishing or on
that any
big brute. hold
of the trouble to aid nature to God Anybody can all know how much we like night job it turns
soothe and heal the inflamed mem- signs of an omnipotent wroughtfor me!" a man when we hear he has just mht into day. Wind,
branes as the germ-laden phlegm the good of men, for their spiritual ram or snow can't putit +
died. Let's tell him a little of out.High candle-power -
Is loosened and expelled. enlightenment and as a testi-
Curing Temperament.A .
air light. y
that before he does.A .
Even if other remedies have
mony to the one true God. JUDGE back east rules that Kerosene and gasoline
failed, don't be discouraged, your lesson man has an ideal of the girl models.The finest made. t
The two miracles our *
druggist is authorized to guarantee this so-called artistic temper- he could love, but never in his Prices as low as $4.45.
Creomulsion and to refund your present Jesus Christ as a Lord of, ament is not sufficient excuse ,fora Your local dealer can .
imagination does he fashion the supply you. Send post !
money if you are not satisfied with mercy and grace-ready to meet so-called genius to beat up his card for FREE Folders.
friend he'd like. When he
results from the very first bottle. the needs of men. Deep and real bride. makesa
( Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv. friend, the friend is right therein THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
his heart '
was his compassion as I tried the stuff once-just once- Dept. WU172. Wichita, Kani.; Chicago Ill.;
the concrete. Philadelphia,Pa. Loa Angeles Calif. (6172)r
yearned over needy humanityIt
but the presiding judge in my case
: Greatest Vanity is suggested that in the study was a lady. For years I'd been

,.': Of vanities 'and fopperies, to and teaching of this lesson we vary trudging as steadily as a milkman's

brag of gentility is the greatest. our plan somewhat and present sev- horse, whereas being a practitionerof

Robert Burton. en seed thoughts found in the two a creative profession, I said to

portions assigned. It is also urged myself I really ought to stage some

that; the context in,both chapters be temperament just to make the fam- r

read with care.I. ily appreciate me. So I rehearsedmy : 1o

We Are Impotent Folk (John act and went downstairs one : ;

r 5:2). morning and put it on. So my wife ..
The words well describe not only looked at me across the breakfast

those who lay helpless about- the table, and said: "I know what the y 4

pool of Bethesda but they fit us as trouble with you is. You're bilious.

l. well. Oh, yes, we are strong, capa- You'll take some calomel." '
1' ble fearless but until meet Well what going to do _- --i:
only we are you ... '::"i :
BH r'ta; : l' !r'?s7.t.l
some great elemental problem. when a beautifully staged emotion- t. ';. .I"'Z .-' :;:.:;; t.

Then we see that we are indeed"a outburst' is diagnosed, not as the t %... >f.t '''.':
great multitude of impotentfolk. promptings of a tortured soul, butas ... t:r -with this :;|:
: ." The gently falling snow liver complaint? : "-''''

stopped the undefeated Napoleon.The You guessed it. I took the calo- finer shortening'in

D silent fog can paralyze a na- mel, and, I pledge you my word, ; the bright red Jewel carton!
L tion. Death, sickness-who can stay haven't had an attack since.

,. their hand? Many a famous Southern cook has made her reputation with Jewel
1"). Afusr.4ItD II. Despair Spells Defeat (v. 7).
'; II,11t.t. .. ""'_ PWSrE The Law's Delays. fat with
i : Long familiarity with his weak- pastry, cakes, and hot breads. A Special-Blend of vegetable
.'. a Massachusetts Supreme
V-' ness had bred in the man with the ONCE reversed a felony convic- other bland cooking fats, Jewel actually creams faster;makes more tender

",' On01 th4 Mysteries infirmity'' a sense of despair. Suchan tion because the prosecution, in filing baked foods. And,with a high smoke point, it's excellent for frying.

Whatever circumstances one is attitude invites defeat. It is the record, stated that the crime was

.... iD, one newer, knjpws exactly why. unbecoming to a Christian. Let us committed "on the fifteenth day of OlU4fl.lI1uil If1J JIiA
not forget in the darkest hour to June, 1855" but failed to state r

> "keep looking up." whether the year was 1855 A. D.

} olciinrolkS III. God Answers the Weakest or 1855 B. C.

Faith ( 8)).
v. And ever since then on quibbles
,. '. fibD.. Jesus evidently saw in the man's
.,,,". .,":: ,. r;.;; Jrd were 'ACH OTHER 'despairing reply a spark of faith. misplaced almost equally comma foolish or-such an upside as a \I//f'j

gay. Mrs. M" He who believes honors the of
/ .: : ECAET OF THE name down period-other high courts e
__ pa for a God. We may need to'cry "I be-
YUL VEGETABLE have been defeating the ends of ri' .
;;, lieve, help thou mine unbelief," but justice and setting naught the decisions ','
CORRECTIVE''' .if we believe God will gloriouslymeet of honest juries. CRUZ IMI. '

(. 4'A.. Munroe" Folder many folks have even our faltering faith.
Science has gone ahead, medicinehas
!, is mornin, been telling each IV. God's Command Empowers ;
f taken forward
) other about the enormous steps ,
: her only wonderful all-vege- (vv. 8,, 9). but law still rides in a stage coach

I \. ,lso' ,
>i Palm Remedy (NR Tab- walk"-the very thing he could not Has it ever occurred to anyone that
t ;. ,.t M'ain::: lets).From one per- do for his thirty-eight years of life. N1 c
for the law's is
I to another 3-d the news of this one reason delays
rely vegetable lc.taIt means so much to But when the Son of God speaks to a lack of the, thing called commonsense !
I. 31 )pIe past middle have a laxative that us he gives the power to respond to 1
roughly clears Orr'wei3 of accumulated ?
....J Vstes.\ It means fewc ft hes and pains-more his command.V. C a j! .
days And Natur Remedy is sokind tovtsystem.Non (
j Jppy Works Follow Faith (v. 9). Dinosaur Footprints.

4bit i forming. ._ *b's The man arose, took up his bed, in 1858, a college professor
drugstore Jetaboxatany-25 fHi O V* i,,e.; and walked. Man's faith in God BACK on a sandstone ledgein @
: vi-tablets for 25c. J'i and God's response to faith leadto
4f. Massachusetts a whole batch of
man's,action God's command. .
e imbedded tracks of the dinosaur- Y'1RMY YwwMM.nyvyr.vyY.vhvcj Mt \\ LuyrLV9.L}t"N'S L L' 4L 'v: p YN,yw L 'SL,4.t
3 Too many are they in the church familiarly known to geologists as \ \L F,}w L' a4 w pv s \ hQa\ L \\Y f 32 4L \.\\t \' \ \ w :
SMALL SIZE 5.1 today who have never stood up and dinah its scientific \, vbs J; ,.\ via sirxa a\y wi r ', ',r : itifiwHJ \3\ K
". \\E LARGE SI7.Ej just as among .uuvJa : i i.- V <" r aoai s v' 3i \
I (. tr walked for God.
60c $1.20ar friends the great winged lizard is

.'., t VI. Look to God, Not at Your Re frequently referred to as big liz. 44 i.ts,4, i.L+

L sources (John 6:9)). At the time, the discovery createdno

v ., Humanlike, the disciples counted excitement-merely slight .
a :::,::: Co FARTHER. J J.r.v t: .: : :,
"" '' \' AA'\'o ""- their money and found it was not 'shock of surprise to the old families ;tJgf tl
I'); :
,_ A recognized Rem'Jy for Rheumatic' enough to' supply food for a multi- upon learning there was something
and Neuritis sufferer{' A pe/ect Blood tude. And then there was a boy, historic in Massachusetts antedat- ..; BEFORE YOU NEED A QUART c;

i Purifier. Makes tMJ5lo<>;; Rich: and but he had only five barley crackersand ing the Mayflower. For the natur- .
Healthy. Builds St.. stb;e ,d Vi3or. two little fish. It almost sounds alists figured those tracks had been t\:

Always Effective> < fly suffer? like a church-board deciding to left more than 150,000,000 years ago. c .
;+Y YQS M \'nN N ? : Ck'
"It7.,II 1zH-1? '.]' :$. close the cross-roads church'and X B \ \A {
And weresuffered to remain \a <
they r'Y' \; Y >v ;4ti ;ti< \\ h x \ \ y4
1 let the Devil have the boys and nearly eighty years more. },ti4Z' >,YLti aa 1 r \,4'N
1&L .w.w.'suhl..wQnv.A\\1w.LJt vn\v.'kyWvA.1.% >J.roobl..d a kusi.L.L> Jh L
a' + w : .Lw::
girls, because it costs too much to But here recently it develops that

SORFr:5BOILSATHLET' I keep up the work. God help us to parties unknown have been chisel-

Z '" :;f'f00TBURNS, trust and go on for him. "Littleis ing Dinah's footprints out, and toting Winter driving'puts an added
.' ... .CUTS oJTCHING SKIN much when God, is in it." off. This would in-
:>-" .. l't : them seem to burden on motor oil. It must flow
.' ";/ Oc-AT r rOtlfAID fOUl LOCAL wi tt DRUG..,*ol IOU price VII. Followers for Bread Not dicate either that America is get- freely at the first turn of the motor QUAKER

.;;,;;. / Afr' Bowsf CHIMKAI/ PIODUOI Co. Wanted (v. 15). ting dinosaur-conscious or that dino-
'. \\\1" \ IACKulVltll ,..tlOIIDA Those who follow Christ becauseof saurleggers are operating, or both. .provide constant lubrication... A
"# "'\" \ \\1:'t- '" r business advantage and social So if a slinky gentleman should have the stamina to stand up.

j Ie 4. : prestige know nothing, of what it come to the side door, offering a Quaker State Winter Oil does all

WNU-7 ,d M--3 37 means to be a Christian. He is nota prime specimen for the parlor three. and,you'll! go farther before
J J bread making king; he is the 'whatnot, don't trade with him, read- ;
add That'sbecause
bread of life. er-call the police. Next time he you to a quart. .
\ MORNING DISTRESS may come back with a dornick off 'there's "an extra quart of

I.' I. is due toacid upset stomach. Essence of Prayer of Plymouth Rock or the corner- lubrication in every gallon. Quaker

s lnesibwafcrs (the original Prayer in its essence is not so stone of Harvard college or the State Oil Refining Corporation,
: ; ) c| :kly relieve acid name plate from Cotton Mather'
much the expression of our desire
\ stomas ,nd give necessary coffin. Oil City, Pennsylvania.
4 ] for things at all as of our desirefor '
eJimin: on. Each wafer
God Himself. IRVIN S. COBB
equaiU 'aspoor futs of milk -. Q WNU Service.
of magru, a. 20c,35c &60c. Retail prue..35t a gt nTHE

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The Clewiston News umamaB..U ..Bas..a..u.a.n. ![work we are doing today through i a recovery act. Through the cooper- paign possible.

the Chamber of Commerce: and other, ation of the chain grocers of! the nation Sniping at chain stores" during the

Too Late To Classify civic bodies that gave them greater Florida grapefruit sales will be next legislative session will not be
Published every Friday in Clewiston, opportunities and advantages. I pushed as they have never' been as popular an indoor sport as It was
pushed before. Hundreds, of brand the last session, at least not as far
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, CBy '1Qlsell Kay 1 111I..aJl..a..BI2..0BllllaJIRIIISU.1 .
Inc. 1I I (Omitted Last Week) I new markets will be opened up. as legislators from citrus produ.ing ,,
( The old gag about "grapefruit in Thousands of new customers will be areas are concerned.

,Keathley Bowden, Editor I the public eye" is about to be revived reached and, if the plan proves suc- --
I discovered a new indoor sport i In a great big way, for, startingthis cessful, as all indications are it will, And while we're on the subject of '

Entered as second class mall matter last week and have been having more I week, 37,000 chain food stores similar campaigns can be conductedin citrus promotion, let me remind you

I February 1, 1927, at the Post fun than you can imagine, diggin throughout the; nation will feature future seasons with the result that that the 1937 Florida Orange Festi-
Office in, ,Clewiston, Florida, under in the archives. When you become grapefruit In their advertising with the per capita consumption of grapefruit val will open in Winter Haven on
tae Act of March 3, 187. bored and weary with life as it is attractive window displays, radio will be doubled or tripled.. Monday JanuarylSth and continues
today, and start tryin' to talk your- talks, demonstrations and newspaper With 37,000 chain stores throughout through the 23rd.

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. self into the idea that you'd like to advertising, with the view of mak- the nation plugging Florida C I: It will be bigger and better in every -

Advertising rates on application. go back to those "good old days"I ing folks grapefruit cinscious. grapefruit, independent merchants respect from previous years and

take a few hours off and go into a I When; Mrs. America visits her are bound to follow suit-any other the attractive and colorful displaysof

huddle with the archives and they'll neighborhood grocer this week, course would be foolhardy. Smart independents Florida fruit and Florida products

Devoted to the advancement and give you a real jolt and make you whether in Maine or Minneapolis, she will push grapefruit just will! serve to impress thousands ,of

welfare, of Clewiston and Hendry realize that this "good old days" stuffis will encounter enticing grapefruit as hard as the chains do, thus gain- tourists and winter visitors with the

County. largely a mess of mental; hooey.It displays, be confronted with ing an equal advantage from the na- health value and delightfulness of

all came about by my bein' ask-! tive grapefruit placards and attrac-I tional advertising' and promotion effort Florida citrus fruits.

ed by the Tampa Chamber of com- sample salads and other' food and at the same time holding

Washington had one of those Cal- merce to get up a fifteen minute radio ties made from fresh grapefruit. their own on a competitive basis.

ifornia mists on Inauguration Day, program. I hit on the idea of When she checks the newspaperads All Florida is indebted to the Na- J. ICY. COUSE

presenting "Tampa, Yesterday, To- of her local grocers, she will find tional Association of Food Chains "

Floridians must have been living day and Tomorrow", so I went to the them_ containing special offers on and to the 37,000 merchants who Counselor and Attorney at Law I

right judging by the weather so far newspaper'offices and pawed over the Florida grapefruit. Over her radio I,I comprise its membership, and should

this winter. files of papers published 10, 20 and she will receive timely suggestions I Chain operators and citrus leaders Hopkins Building :;:

30 years ago to see what folks were as to how grapefruit may be prepared whose tireless effort has succeededin Wednesdays and Saturdays

that the doing and thinking and talking aboutin this delightful bringing all interests togetherand
An exchange notes county I and how healthful and tasty 9:30 to 4:00 ,."
the so-called "good old days" and i making this great national cam '
ran along' quite as usual in the thir- fruit really is.. :

ty minutes' we were without a Presi- see how they stacked up comparedwith Grapefruit growers of the nation .:
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dent' last Wednesday.The today. I figured that maybe a this season found themselves behind '

little lookin 'back might prove help-, the, eight ball with a crop of twenty- .m i.:.....:..,.................................................. ...............................................................................................:..;..;..... Gi ..
ful as a guide for the future. nine million boxes-ten thousand
boss has gone to the Press -
Well, from hearin' the womenfolk boxes in excess of normal productionand .
swearing y!
Breakfast and we're softly
talk I had the idea that livin' it began to look like the only '
because we can't be there too. Maybe -
costs today were all out of reason thing we could do about it was hanga : '
some year they'll change the ,dayto ).I ;
all with food prices sky high. Imaginemy lot of crepe on packing house doors
Saturday so we can, go. '
: surprise'to find on checkin'pric- and order another carload of red ink. CLEWI ON 60tF '
es of 10 and 20 years, ago to find Florida citrus leaders, in a panic
If the weather doesn't turn cold ,
that they just about average up the called for llei'p. They: appealed to the : ., I +
Miami and .
before <
down here long "
ll -
the other winter resort towns, will same as today. While meats and a government. to the public, to every- ::; : :;:

have to put up rubber walls in their few items are higher today, a care- body-and just when: things looked i;:I ,, cousOpell :::
ful check reveals that other itemsare darkest this S. Q. S. reached the ears fj :. -, ;
: ;
hotels to accomodate the crowds : / : ::
next winter. much cheaper so it averages up of Florida food' chain: operators.As ..;. 1I" ,:) .%.
about the same. members of the National Asso- .;. I .:.
/ ':. .!.
In' the matter of clothing, the ciation of Food Chains, they knewit =

Governor Cone granted a fifteen shopper can get much better values was an established policy i of their :: I ::.

day extension for buying new auto for his dollar today, standardizationand organization to render practical relief y: II "I 1.

tags but says there'll be no more mass production have brought whenever possible to aid farm- X X
time allowed after the first of Feb prices down amazingly.. Rents were ers and growers' in moving surplus

ruary. And there's little more thana higher .20 years ago. Discountingboom crops.

week remaining in the first monthof years,' real estate prices are These same Florida store ownersin

the new year. lower in many instances.,We used to the past had been called upon to III1 the Ii

pay from $75 to $200 for' a phonograph help farmers of other states by push- ( to Public ]

The :Miami Herald will put out a compare that with what you ing the sale of canned peaches, dried

special edition at the time of the can get in' the way. 'of'a radio. today fruits or somepther crop.-so why ";'11 ..'

watercade and the 'Lake section will for less money. If anyone tried to couldn't Florida growers now enjoy .'y.' ; .:..
.1 ..
charge us $1,500 or $2,000: for the similar cooperation and the : 4
Soon the grocers
get a lot of good publicity. II ;' .; J
will learn that kind of an automobile the-y. sold us of other states' join in 'a national '.' l .. <
rest of the 1
country \
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Florida does have.a cross-state wat- : for that money in 1920 we. ,would: campaign to push the sale_ of grape:: ': I \ ''I': I
call it There is :::1 : :i:
flow highway robbery. no fruit? ; .-sIIII
erway and ;that it ,doesn't ..' .:.
through Ocala.Apparently comparison in values.. We paid $25 The matter was taken up with national 1 ,A
for a tire that'we buy for $10 today.As headquarters and" word came .,'., : .:.
; '
for' roads we just didn't have back that if the :growers' and shippers !.:I I !
.I ",
.Governor Cone has: any a few years back, .sand trails led would the I f
give necessary cooperation .:.: Moderate Green Fees ,' -- : \ .
changed his 'mind' about cancellingthe from one ,town to another and a trip it, cquld and would be,'done .:. ., I ..
contracts for: Road-,26. A report from Miami Ito Jacksonville or'T: n A 'meeting-'of representative"growersand \ : :: I ':' : Exceptional Fairways *

from reliable-r". sources this week is pa to, Pensacola was, harder to make shippers! was called.! 'The. Citrus: I
that Ge i{'Auchter, contractor for than.a trip across the continent to Commission :its : ;' j jI
lent, full support, .difficulties II interesting Green \ i :i:
the last twenty miles' _let, has a superintendent' day. Life was harder and, rougher in: were ironed, and ,today the I i
''or the job' in South Bay respect. People worked from I ': \\1' ':. j
every greatest grapefruit promotion and [ :.1 Ii I \ :. j
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and equipment rolling to start the 10 to 12 hours a !day for less pay. sales campaign Byers' undertaken is I
work. This road is of the greatest: than for 8 hours. '

importance to the entire Lake sec- The they longer get today you have lived in a: under, Here way.is a "Recovery Act" ,that" is i I.C...IM\ ......**....*.'..*...*...*....*M.....*.**...tMIM.*.....*..HN*. .*N....;N...IN NH. ..4"......................:..I.............0"-........NNNN. .......1 I

tion and it is to be hoped' that noth- place the more people you know', the I I

ing will prevent its being built after more fun you will have diggin' in !

going this far. the archives, for you will get a: real I'

kick out of reading the old wedding 1 \ ) ( ;:

SUBSCRIPTION TIME announcements, social items, accounts ;l I :

of school graduations, and I
January 1 is the date when the
other news of days gone by. You will DIVIDNDS:
irfrest, number of subscriptions, to SAFETY :
find many big shots of an earlier day SAVINGS
tnis> paper'expire.. Notices have been ,
are down and out now. Many of them .
sent all of these and many have re-
are gone. Youngsters who were in .
sponded already with renewals which .
knee pants are today successful busi-

will carry through 1937. ness men, members of the legisla- ;t ;

The the many editor kindly is deeply comments appreciativeof which ture One, civic leaders. '. : .. Record of Dividends f %i';?'t 1
thing impressed me was -
accompany the written and verbal the value and importance of the .. .. :'. .; Clewiston Home Building 4\.5S0l! ?ion :

tender of the new year's renewals, Chamber of Commerce. Following :. > :
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-:; J o : i tlifITE'
for while this paper covers ,every the unbiased record, down through \ RATE ,
angle of' its field, this section is a .. "' ,: )
the years, the part the Chamber of : Mi fRCEXT
notoriously poor locality for securing Commerce plays in a community's _-. ,. :-,1 -, '. .. YEAR PERCENT YEAR -, .
what the average editor calls "news". : I
growth and development is '
truly % m ,. 1928 1 5.5 1933 1 6
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Our people are too well-behaved to amazing.It -

make possible a 'sensational sort of is the one clearinghouse for the 1 1929 : 7 1 1934 / ,6 i
They seem to be- whole it's closest c :, YJ
newspaper. very community, contact :
.. 1 1930 4 1 1935 ti 6 .
t -,
careful drivers, for there are few with the-outside world as it is repre- -

accidents. They seem to .be cautious sentative of the city as a whole andit ,,.-:' '::" 1 1931 I' .::1 4 1 936g. '. 6"
in their homes and to have well con- was interesting to note that it was ," ',.' .'!, -' :f
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there 4'- ',): ..t. '-,'. ; ; '. >,,0' 1932 '". ',1' .. 6.' .. '
structed properties, for are few the courage and faith and vision of '
fires. They seem 'to' set along well those civic leaders of an earlier day t: ; "' '"', ; ., .
> : : < : .u : : ; : :
with their neighbors, for there are who took an active interest in the : .. .., .:. : '
no killings and none of. the affrays Chamber of Commerce, that is largely \

which afflict some communities. responsible for the improvementsand HOME
; Under these ,circumstances this advantages that are yours. and ,

. paper many times has to feature on mine today. ., .. ..... ,_ BUILDING: OFFICE FIRST I
: its first page material of ,a nature In 1916 for example a group of for and good TOMORROW
'. Invest your savings, safety a THING AND I
which an editor in a less reserved Tampans sat around a Chamber of

locality would push over to page five. Commerce committee table and discussed return. Home Build; ng has never paid TALK THGS; OVER.

I' But so long as we live so peaceably plans for a highway to connect 4
of less than
dividends percent per year. TG
:. Tampa"and Miami the
and so uneventfully it will be npces- across ,

k' sary to.continue to conduct that sort Everglades. The same group workingon In these days of reduced interest on sav .- : J '

:;:, of a newspaper, meanwhile thanking plans for a cross state railroad to I other ,
t, providence that such is the case- connect Tampa and Palm Beach, they ings accounts and reduced returns on t r ..

::' For your two dollars you will re- talked of bringing'new industries to forms of investment Home: Building offers *L
the city, Improving our harbor. I .
. ceive each week as complete chronicle I
a the conservative thrifty investor the investment :
I ,
', of local events as it is possibleto Today we ride in comfort acrossthe ,

; to compile,'and we suggest that you Tamiami Trail that those men best suited to his needs. In- ;;

'" let us have that two dollars at earliest knew only as a vision. In air-condi- Clewiston Home Building Asso- ?
tioned vestigate
pullman trains we ride from
convenience in order that
f.-/ you
may not run the risk of missing a Tampa to Palm Beach over the rail- ciation ; whether you intend investing as CLEWjTOIV// I'
<, road those men only hoped would be
single issue. -Clermont Press. J
built. Great industries of which they little as 5.00 per or as as HOME BI' I/

talked have come, the Cement Plant find
b $1,000.00 in a lump sum you'll a
The spread for the school-lunch
Canning Factories, the Railroad
r' sandwiches may be m'ade to enrich Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. -'LDrJ

::.. the lunch in vitamin C if grated or Shops to employ thousands of people. PHONES t'
i._ finely ground raw vegetables such and, increase payrolls. ,, / '/,., ,

1 as carrots, cabbage, parsley, or spinach When your children and mine dig -4. Iv'f
;.:. are mixed with creamed butter into the archives 10, 20 or 30 years ; i r

for the filling. from, now they will find It was the I -, -'

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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.: .:..:..: ..:oi MRS. WILLIAMS ENTERTAINSFOR Mrs. F. Deane Duff. Mrs. Wright I I Mrs. W;. C. Prewitt, Mrs. W. H'I will begin selling tickets next week. ,i
:i: ;: SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS received a lovely shoulder bouquetas I Whatley, Mrs. F. Deane Duff A good crowd has always beck :-.

:;: Personal I Mention : the guest prize. Mrs. W. C. Owen. present at these dinners in past ." ,

: .. Mrs. D. J. Williams entertainedher Delicious congealed salad, cake, years and it is hoped that this year .

....... .. ..... ... ..... ..... .... ............ ....:. Sunday School class at the and coffee were served to: Mrs. C. KAY: BOWDEN CELEBRATES will be no exception. Tickets for the """;':

rJ ;. E. Gore spent Sunday in Plant t manse Wednesday evening with a L. Downs, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. FIFTH BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY supper are fifty cents each. "\

'' supper. Following the supper there W. C. Owen, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. 1
City. was a, business meeting and electionof Keathley Bowden, Mrs. M. E. Yena- Kay Bowden celebrated his fifth MRS. BROADFOOT HONORS '\ij
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Connie Clark was a visitor in Bra- officers followed still later by a wine, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. I. M. birthday with a party at the homeof :MOTHER WITH TEA '

social hour during which the group Pafford, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs.R. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keath .
denton Sunday.Mrs. enjoyed a series of games and con- Y. Patterson, Mrs. M. C. Johnson, ley Bowden, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot entertained J

E. J. Rogero was a visitor in tests. Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. R. N. I Balloons and buckets and shovels with an afternoon tea at her home -

;Moore Haven Tuesday. Officers of the class elected were: Smith, Mrs. G. E. Linkswller, Mrs. were given, as favors: and the child- Thursday honoring her mother, Mrs.
H. R. Hall Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs.L. .I I M. C. Johnson, who is her guest. "i
Roberta Spicer, president; Florence 1 ren had great fun playing lawn
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. 'Williams spent Yarborough, vice-president; C. Miller, Mrs H. A. Bestor, Mrs. I: games until refreshments of ice) A feature of the afternoon was a 1

Tuesday in Fort Myers.Mr. Robbins, secretary and Louise I M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, I 1 cream and cake were served. contest which was won by Mrs. C. j-

Roath, treasurer. I Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. G. E. Smith, i I Those present included: Jean i I B. Roberts. A lovely vase was the
and Mrs. Gratton George spent
Sunday with relatives in Weirsdale.The Others attending were Maxine: Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Yenawine, Shirley Ann Owen, Patsy I' prize. Sandwiches, cakes and tea .' .

Doty, Laura Bailey, Elizabeth Winn Mrs. Robert MacLaren and the guestof Meredith, Patricia Ann LInkswiler, were served.
I and Janice Wynn. I honor,' Mrs. Wright. Emma Jane Ezelle, Anne Elizabeth The invited list is as follows: Mrs :
Mission Study Class met in I. F. Mrs. Maie J
II M.Vnght, Wright,
with Mrs. D. I 'I Prewitt, Rachel Miner, Gene Land, ','j
their meeting
regular MRS. O. F. SCHIFFLI I Mrs. W. D. Raines, Mrs. R. Theriot,
Bobbie Lawler
Clark Ironmonger, ,
J. Williams Monday afternoon.Mrs. I GIVES TEA TUESDAY Mrs. G. W. Charlton, Mrs. S. W. ::1
HONORING MRS. WRIGHT I Charles Miner, Bobbie Berner, Bobbie -
Houser, Mrs. E. A. Houser, Mrs \
Smith Flaniken John
Bevoly ,
Paul Rardin, of Canal PointS I '*
Olin Carleton Mrs. W. F.
Mrs. M. R. Lawler entertainedwith Mrs. O, F. Schiffli entertainedwith Schiffli. Richard Knight, Volney '
was the guest of Mrs. Keathley' Bow- Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Mrs. O. H. Rob- ,4
a bridge party at her home on an afternoon tea at her home Robbins, Walter Vaughn'and Joe .
den over the week-end. the government reservation Wednes- Tuesday afternoon. Sandwiches, Schroeder. : erts, Mrs. D. J. Williams, Mrs. R. H. .

1 day afternoon_ honoring Mrs. Male cakes and tea were served to the Collins, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. G. .<]
Mrs. M. R. Lawler and children, Wright.The callers. LADIES' AID OYSTER E. Linkswiler, Mrs. Robert MacLaren :..:

Peggy Sunday and Bobby in Miami., spent Saturdayand high score prize, a pair of pictures -I Those enjoying the affair were: SUPPER ON FEB. 6TH and Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart. .. : iSo

went to Mrs:. J. W. Ezelle; low Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. W. Fran- -

prize, a set of bridge pencils to Mrs. cis, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. Male The Ladies Aid of the Community -1
Mrs. Lloyd A. Magney and daughter ;
1M. M. Prewitt; cut prize, a luncheon Wright, Mrs. G. E. LInkswiler, Mrs. church: has set Saturday, February What Culture U 3
Mary Lou, of Foley, Ala., are
set, to Mrs. W. F.. Simpson; aver- Robert MacLaren, Mrs. L. H. Rob- 6, as the date for their annual oyster Using big words: Is not culture. Ct l> .
visiting this week with Mr. and .
\" R. H. Knight. II age prize, a cocktail set, to Mrs. bins, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. I. ,supp r. On that Saturday nightat tore Is a combination of Intelligence, ;

-- Keathley Bowden and travelling D. Leydig, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. M. the Inn, the supper will be served education, skill, kindness and modetty) ; !;
prize, a decorative match holder, to S. Ludekins, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw and the members of the organization Atchison Globe. 1Y
Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. Geo.A. I I :-i

Yon, Mrs. Mary Kettl were visi- ":'j
tors in West Palm Beach Wednes- .
day. L
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Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lilly and \ .

Tulio Boromei, of Moore Haven 'J iT1YIf3aif I
were business visitors here Tuesday ip i01 Milealb/ .
evening.Mr. Y f ;ry
; J
and Mrs. C. H. Adams, of j

Evansville, Ind., arrived here Thursday -
night for a two week's visit with ;

Mr. and Mrs. Dean King. f;; > ABB POBD DA LVt. ;

Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Olsen of Zum- : g ,{ !

brota, Minn., were here Sunday and .. ", ',:
Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. II
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Kolstad. '
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Mrs. G. B. McDuffie, Mrs. M. H. ./ r; :: :.
Crouch, Mrs. C. H. Berner and Mrs.E. .,.,,'\
L. Stewart were visitors in West. :

Palm Beach Monday: 4 tS. I
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Mr. and Mr W. M. Redelsheim- : .
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er and daughter, Patty, of Miami, : ., ..
spent several days here this week -. k
with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs. .. '-'/' ,,, :
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Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. A. A.

Munroe, Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. C.

<". E. Nail were West Palm Beach visi-
t tors Monday.- i1q

Keathley Bowden left this morn- P-! 5) '

ing to attend the press breakfast at ,

the Orange Festival now being held

at Winter Haven.

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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Charltonand : au C+x'? h
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Mrs. R. Theriot and daughter, v ggwj'f
'. rC k:; h'i : : : ? i w a ::r;':
Joy, of New Orleans, are the guests ,g ?'4

of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Raines and v .
>t: .. "f :
Y h .t'vx if '? $: ? :
family. 4 v R, )i
v:: ;r. :k
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Keathley Bowden, accompanied by r.Y.'%.'''ti. .:..,.., .:%;,..: ;: '
Paul Rardin of Canal Point and Carr

Settle of Moore Haven spent the
week-end on a fishing trip on Blue

Cypress lake.

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Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McGeacheyand .>.r..rr...+,.....,../.rr.....,..:...n.ff.Mr.. .w.....,..,..,..........R.o..::.#.;..l......:...m.:...:.....r......r..w.....r.. } a; ,.; .,. f. ?. .9..r..,.....,.v.....,...............xw.......r..3s Wr.:,,,.....{,r.. r h.3....:.:.:.::.r..r.r...... ..r...,.... :1L...;.,..vn.. ...A,. .. Hai?.<; .
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A. O. Ward were visitors in Fort ./ r..x..wrrrt.. a W..2hGv. ..S..vL.. .} : : hr\:..,, .a.Klx n:1V.A ioL :... ..... i-i

Myers .Sunday. Mrs. McGeachey wenton

to Tampa for a visit of several many places to go, so many thingsto comfort of:the centerpoise ride-the
days. I
do, so much to see in Florida. Anil luxury of rich interiors.

Mrs. A. A. Munroe received the I ',' OR Florida highways and byways you And now you have a choice of two
s den death of her only brother, J. E. .," .> will see 1937 Ford V-8s in ever-increasing V-8 engines!You can have any model

Tanksley in Atlanta. She left immediately :., numbers-for no trip seems with the famous "85" V-8, further

: for West Palm Beach where "_ improved to give finer performanceand
I r.r long or expensive in this modern car.
she will take a train at two this af- ,
ternoon for Atlanta, arriving there '. ... The Ford V-8 places all of Florida's greater economy. Or, at die low
*/ for the funeral tomorrow. Death was .. ":... varied attractions at your fingertips est Ford price in years, you can riS

attributed to a heart attack. .. choose from several models equippedwith
.. .and brings added pleasure to these
the thrifty 60" V-8 whichis
: Miss Faustina Rogero, who has
golden sundrenched days.
I' been making an extensive tour of setting records ,for outstanding

the United States during the past .::' The streamlined beauty of the new gasoline mileage. Whichever you
several months is arrive .
I I here tomorrow for expected a visit with her \,.s. Ford merely anticipates the thrilling choose you get the same big, roomy, Visit Ford Florida ExpositionAt

: parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rogero performance of,its V-8 engine. Your comfortable car all-steel body Miami '
Before going to a position in Miami. all round IndrueUra and edue.tlon.1..men,- Inter
l'I I ,Florida Ford dealer invites you to safety glass at no extra Manxanaret famoai
Miss Rogero has spent the past threei eating
', take one of the new 1937 Ford V-8s charge. e. new easy action safety South American erclmtr Situated .. BUeayne -
,i months In LaJolle, Cal. She'will he : Baalerard, the Ford Florid. xp.. 11.. j
accompanied here by a friend, Miss ;-0' out on the road and get the feel of ,brakes THE QUALITY CAR ESf it ene of the tiow places of MJamL

Louise Bradley, of Newport, Connec- V-8 performance--the smooth,quiet THE LOW-PRICE FIELD.
ticut, who will visit her for a few

I days. NBW FonD VeS ra

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the birth of a seven pound I
r baby daughter at their home on Sun-

day, January 17. The young lady has ; .

I I been named Katherine Sharon. Hendry County Motors .

.1 Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Land are the
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parents of a baby daughter born in
;. i j} ,: Good Samaritan Hospital in West E. M. CORNETTE, Mgr.

Palm Beach on Wednesday, January

20. The young lady will answer. to

the name of Shari Fay. FORD SALES @ SERVICE :. : I

Friends here will be interested to .

learn of the birth of a daughter to Clewiston Florida
At Service Station
Mr._ and Mrs. Frank Cothern of Pa- Sugarland ,

hokee on Friday January 15, In Fort

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1 How RE Good Judgment

BY judgment is to busi-

B RIG I H T MARY SCHUMANN Yifl! DAY men to GOOD navigation.that what are skillful There good,steering,are that many are is .-,r

BARTON active, that are industrious, but

Talks About Q that fail; and men say, "They
'11 CCopyright .. lack good judgment." :The dif-

Getting Rid of Fat ference between one man and

5 TAR I T IS hard for some of our over- another is sometimes said to be
br Macrae Smith Co. weight friends to understand why want of will and energy; but
WNU Service
fat can cause any harm to the body. of men that are energetic and

To them it is simply a layer ot that have powerful wills, men

fat lying under the skin which gives say, one is betterthan another;

the body a nice roundness insteadof one is far superior to the other.
SYNOPSISKezia her, from higher, finer rea'ms' of credulous joy in his eyes. Hugh having bony parts stand out too And then men discrimijlateagain

ether. It radiated along the vast Hugh. Always one child whois prominently.What and say, "There is a difference -
Marsh, pretty,' selfish and twenty, arrives and delicate spider-web of thoughtin closer to''the heart. Hugh was between another's
home in Corinth from school and is met they forget is that all the one
whose center dwells Divinity. sensitive, had a grave inarticulate "
by her older brother Hugh. He drives her to fat is not deposited under the judgments. Henry Ward
the :Marsh home where her widowed mother, Warm and' soft the comfort en- idealism-he was shouldering a skin around Beecher.
Flinanna, a warm-hearted sacrificing and folded her.: Understanding of _every burden too great for sixteen. or even
understanding soul, welcomes her. Kezia's ester aching nerve and shattered illusion He kissed her fondly. Margery the'organs kid-
Margery, plump and matronly with the of loneliness neys, heart and oth-
care of three children, is at lunch with them. understanding 'was bicycling on the speedway.She ers-but fat is
Hugh's wife, Dome, has pleaded a previousengagement. sorrow, and disgrace; understanding shouldn't, should she, Mother? First Hot-Air Balloon '
On the way back to bis job at even of the overwrought soul It was, black with cars goin! forty actually deposited
the steel 1 plant founded by one of his fore- who slays fellow-being., Precious miles an hour, and if'her bike: wob- right within the The first hot-air balloon was
bears, Hugh Doc Hiller, a boyhood cells
passes of
an organ-
friend whom he no longer see frequently because pure vibrations healing and t p- bled But ,she wouldn't ,come ; made by Joseph Montgolfier, who
of Dorrie's antipathy. Fluvanna Marsh building, like white fire that for him. He would go back and not between the reasoned that if hot air would go

wakens the next morning from a dream about glowed, that warmed, but did .not tell her Mother wanted her. That cells-and so inter- up a chimney it might push up a
-'f her late husband, Jim whose unstable char Lm: feres with the ac-
,i acter she fears Keria has inherited. Ellen burn.It would bring her. He departed. Ina tion of the balloon. With a sheep, a duck anda
Pendleton,comes, over. She is an artistically came after weeks. She found few minutes Margery, usually/so ? organ. rooster on board, his paper bal-
inclined girl who is 'a distant niece of Flu herself able to rise from her bed dainty, came in shrill and blowsy, I! ,Now it is not hard loon made its first ascension at
anna's. She tells Fluvanna she has to understand that
become engaged happily to Jerry Purdue. Ellen fear and make her way downstairs. The her dress on backward and two but- Dr. Barton if fat tissuewhichdoes Paris in 1783. A few months later
that her father ant mother, Gavin and Lizzie, rooms were half dusted, and had an tons missing. two men, Pilatre de Rozier and ,y
will not approve the match: Hugh and nor air of neglect and disorder The Fluvanna began to laugh. They no workgetsinto the Marquis d'Arlandes, made a
rip, go out to the Freeland Farms to dance the cell substance it is boundto
bird had not been fed regularly or stared at her round-eyed. Then trip.
with their friends, Cun ind Joan Whitney, interfere with the work of the'
Whitney. who has been out of work has anew his cage cleaned. The geraniumsin they all joined in with sheer re- Discovery of hydrogen as a lifting -
position. Cun and' Dorrie dance togetherand the window boxes were dry and lief. It had been so' long since cell.So t: gas made the hot-air balloon,
then disappear for a' while. Dancing with there had been any laughter in that if overweights want to keep obsolete before it got a real trial.
Joan. Hugh is amazed to find her in tears. in
house. young appearance and feeling
'" Apparently she has some secret worry over
her husband Cun.Vben Ellen and Jerry Life was kinder now. All seemed they would be wise to cut down
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
speak about' their engagement to Ellen's par. going 'well. Faintly she heard Kezia ,gradually on their food intake, be- are an
effective laxative. Sugar coated.
ents Lizzie is disagreeable until Jerry ym-
pathires with her imagined ailments The mat moving about upstairs; Eric was cause every overweight can get Children like them. Buy now-Adv.!
ter is I left pending Unexpectedly Hugh has cutting the lawn nowevidentlyhad rid of some weight (fat and water)

to visit a neighboring city on business. Returning i finished his work on the car. if he, or she has the will power to_ Work and Prayer
home to ask Dorrie to accompany him he ,
cut down on certain kinds of food-
finds her telephoning. In confusion: she quickly I The sound of the mower came in Work as if you,were to live one
hangs up without saying good-by. She dAIorb with steady rhythm, the swish of fats, starches, and liquids.It hundred years, pray as'if you were
finally agrees to accompany him. They spenda the grass as it fell. The sunlightwas isn't easy to cut down on fat to die tomorrow.Franklin.
delightful day and Hugh is happy. At a
family party, Kezia encounters Jerry. Ellenis so bright that it had a qualityof building foods because they are ''the
disturbed when Jerry is absorbed by Kezia. phantasm.She foods usually liked most. Also it is

Kezia goes out of her way to charm Jerry. heard wheels. on the drive, discouraging to cut down on foods
Fluvanna is concerned about! Kezia, who is
evasive about" dates she has been having at the- click of a brake, then voices. for a week or two and'not see much FEEL COLD COMING?
night: She muses over the resemblance of Small pattering footsteps ran over reduction (if any) in weight.
Kezia to her late husband, recalling how temperamental the porch. She moved forward to
he had This failing to greatly reduce
moody and improvident
: been. She recalls the tragic picture of his welcome Margery's children. weight after "starving" themselvesone r Do these 3 things
"Billy and Mike has 'come to
death-how 'after drinking' and gambling to or two weeks has confused and
excess he is'faced with financial ruin how he play," a childish voice announced. 0
discouraged overweights who
tries to force her: to mortgage her resource many' Keep head clear
to pay his debts and threatens her with a have faithfully followed the reduc- o your
gun., CHAPTER VI ing diet prescribed by their physi- Protect your throat

'f cian. However, "careful studies ,e

CHAPTER VContinued11 / Hugh's office was a corn room have established that water may be Build up your alkaline
on the twelfth floor,, of midtown retained to an extent that will keep reserve

... building, and three great windows the body weight constant or at WI, c2c?cc I1&C MENTHOL
"I borrowed the last on that." gave him a panoramic view of the the same level when the individualhas W U lJJ U4 H S3 COUGH DROPS

"Will you "telephone Kimball? city.His cut down his food intake by as HELP YOU DO ALL 3

He's waiting. stenographer, Miss Ruskin, much as one-third to one-half for
Her thoughts raced. If she could came in. She was a thin girl withan as long as sixteen days." '
, get away from him until he came' engaging, pleasant manner, a -
to his senses! ""won't do anything -4I scrubbed-looking freckled face. She The Water Balance. Idleness Not Rest ',

.-.oJ until you, lay that revolver was supporting her mother, who Weight, day by day, will give no Absence of, occupation is not
down!" lived on' the edge of town. sign that reduction is being accom- rest; a mind quite vacant is a
He looked at her and then at the "tfou'll Do as I Tell You- mind distressed.-Cooper.
"Next, week I want you to get plished. This is because what is
weapon sullenly. "I'll keep it un- together all the correspondence we called the water balance must be
til you go through with it. yellow. The sound of altercationcame have with the Daytor people on established. At the end of the six-

Escape? Escape? Behind from the .basement and a that contract. Have it ready by teen day period the individual may

her was the attic door. Why slap. Kezia's voice rose in a wail Monday noon. They are talking of. suddenly_ lose sufficient water to

hadn't she run dO\I1stairs-out in- of abused; misery. a lawsuit and I want to go overit. reduce his weight by the amount ex-

to' the yard? It was in her mind Katie, the maid, came up dragging ." pected as judged by the amount of

.to gain the maid's room and lock Kezia, by the hand. "Neverwas Her face looked a little bricky food eaten. Thus instead of losing 1 A, tv
the door. She whirled and ran' such a mean little brat! Intoeverything with the flush which spread over'it. 2 to 3 pounds each week the usual

up the stairs. }!" She stopped, stared ,She bent over her pad. "I'll have rate of loss there is no loss for

He caught up with her as she to see Fluvanna on the first floor. Miss Jones do it-or I'll work late sixteen,days and then 5 to 7 poundsis

was closing the door grasped her Kezia, seven, but her baby, a tonight. Next week-have you for- lost. within a few hours. Ireliev&LHEURALGIC

by the shoulders. "Give: me timeto mean little, brat? Only a mischievous gotten-I'm to take my vacation" Others will cut down on all kindsof _

think! You" are frightening lovable darling! She took a "I had forgotten. ,You asked, for. foods, fail to eat enough meat' or PAINtpdcWlbecoa1e

me to death! she moaned. swift step forward and Kezia ran the first two weeks in September, eggs to sustain their strength, and I

He placed the revolver at her sobbing to her. She heard the storyof didn't you? And what are you doing ., will feel so weak in a few days

'- breast. His face was savage"You'll ". Kezia's blowing out a' fuse while during your vacation?" that they give up the reducing 'diet. ..<:<. i' lc rcud...
do as I tell you-now! Katie was ,ironing her dress for 'a Her face lighted. "Four of us-

1 She had caught the weapon in picnic; she, sent Katie back to her girls-are taking a cabin on Rocky There are others who would like ALREADY DISSOLVEDInside

1 her hands, struggled with a strengthshe work. She' sat in a big chair com- Creek. We'll cook ,our own meals, to try "short cuts" to reduce weight

had never known she possessed. forting Kezia knowing the delicious go swimming,. fishing,, just be:? gen- -dinitrophenol, thyroid extract, pit-
It had gone off with a terrible re sweetness of the child's fragile erally lazy." uitary extract-which if not taken

port. arms around, her neck. "And forget all about the steel under proper supervision, often Guard
bring misery and ill health. !
,t The gun fell to the floor. Jim Hugh came in presently, .his lean business?" method is to be examined by Guard well your thoughts and
stared at her his arms, his shoul- boyish face too grave for his years, She smiled. "Yes. proper your words will have much free-
the family physician and if
' ders relaxed.> She watched a red leggy and awkward in his first long "It sounds like a nice vacation." pro- dom. 4
nounced "fit" to undergo the diet
stain appear on his shirt-spread. trousers. She saw the look of in- (TO BE CONTINUED)
outlined then follow it
i\ He staggered. Chilling from head ,. faithfully.

:',:', to foot, she put her arm around The thought then is that when i Clean
'; him, eased.his.fall. Maidens Bid in Vain for Mates at the the overweight has difficulty work- System ..

;;: All the beastliness was wiped out "Brides' Fair Rumania's Annual Eventfor ing alone, finds it hard to "stick" Clear Skin

; 0: Jim's face. He looked faintly to the reduced diet, feels very weakat You must be free from constipation -
,' surprised and puzzled. "I wasn't There was not a single bidderfor many centuries on Hen's Moun- times, going to.a spa or similar to have a good, clear complexion. -

-: any good," he whispered with a a group of fair and buxom tain in western Rumania. It institution and seeing others 'courageously If not eliminated, the wastesof

half mocking smile. "Just as' well maidens who looked for husbandsin originally responded to a deeply fighting their battle may digestion produce poisons and the
felt need. him her skin must do more than Its share In
the recent famous "Brides'Fair" give or the needed courageto
I did it.
helping to rid of them.So .
Downstairs she heard running : on Hen's Mountain, writes a The tiny villages and farms in fight their battle also. Becauseit for a clear get, healthy skin, rememberthe
Bukharest United. Press corre- this forlorn district are as a rule is a battle. Importance of bowel regularity. At
', footsteps. separated by miles. the first sign of constipation take Black-
spondent. many
He was still conscious when Dr. Draught-the purely vegetable laxative.
Carey came. "I did it, Doc-busi- Six anxious girls, seller and mer- lation Many centuries ago the popu- Foods That Cause Distress It to brings leave the such bowels refreshing acting relief regularly, and tends untU
: losses said Jim. He closed chandise in one person, sat in the a proper solution to some future disturbance Interferes.BLACKDRAUGHT.
?'i- ness One of the points
this one suffering
customary clearing on the wood problem by creating the
P; his eyes. covered mountain waiting for a "Brides' Fair" held annually on from indigestion must rememberis
[ the second Sunday following Sts. that because a food disagreeswith
while hundreds of A GOOD LAXATIVEA
;: The universe did not cease its groom spectators
. Peter's and Paul's day. him it doesn't mean that it is
swaying and a remote and cloudy watched the spectacle.The not a good food. There is nothing
Proceedings on the Hen's Moun-
veil closed down upon her The girls were in their best Sun- tain wrong with the food but there is

.', doctor kept her in bed; she couldn't day dresses with their dowry mary.were originally quite sum- something wrong with the individualin FARMER BOYNE
had tried. In her pierced gold coins on a golden
have risen if she that his digestive apparatus is
1 To make their choice the
peas- NE of the best wnSit
thread around their necks. ;if; ?
condition of shock :the: was beyond ant boys wandered among the rows unable to handle that particularfood > '::\<;::.,:, medical men m"the
;:','<, anything that required decision Their possessions mostly em- of marriage who very well and yet may handle : "' :Vi'a U. S. was the lab Dr. R.
-seeking girls
broidered clothes fine homemade wore v4't' ,i. V. Pierce of Buffalo N.
"I'm for dayor and well another food that is .
( sending a nurse a their best clothes and had their actually .1>1 >; Y., who was bqrn on a
so," Dr. Carey had said linen were spread about belongings spread about them on harder or takes longer to digest. 'Y'::>;: :,',: farm in Pa. DJ;'. Pierce'

In her sick fancy she seemed to them for inspection by suitors. the lawn, while the wouldbebrideshad Dr. Albert H. Rowe, San Fran- ), for Fa\orite nearly Prescription 70 hears been has
pilgrimage ot people iaugn- Although'all of them were good helping 'wome who haves
:: see a a good opportunity to measureup cisco, in Southern Medical Journal
ing, singing people, passing alonga looking and adequately fitted, nota their pretenders.A reports an analysis of 2,000 studentsat ,j headache and with ackache functional associated

road, the women wreathing them- single bidder fom the numerous brief nod of the head from University of California, and also disturbances, and older women who experience -
selves with flowers picked by the young peasant boys came forward. heat flashes. By increasing the appetite III..
both sides without a spoken word his results in private patients dur- this tonic helps to upbuild tfce body. Buy of
.. roadside, bound together by the I The girls bore their bad luck with indicated that a couple wished to ing a period of fifteen years. your druggist. New size, taW51 SOC liquid 51. rWANT'
unity of. happiness-their troubles admirable self-possession and even marry.
Of 270
only inconveniences while she with good humor. The girl, a little but not too much intestine patients disturbances showing stomachand

stood on an isolated crumbling When the sun set, they calmly flushed, would get up and follow certain foods 30 due to
per cent were male
.. precipice, alonePiesently packed their belongings back into the selected groom into the wood.A and 70 per cent female. Of this D !
she knew comfiri. Bu\ the baskets in which they had priest was at hand to consecrate 270 cases, 232, more than 85 Prominent New York Ail,loqraph dealer will
, not of earth. The phrases of thoseon brought them, partook with great the union. cent, had food dislikes per pay Clllh to for American original l.ll HI oraand manuscnptsr.latmq
or disagreements
and craturo.
earth who longed to comfort gusto in the dances which closed The age-honored brides' fair is 80 per cent had stomach: disturbances Starch your family paper.andcommunicate tory j with

were kindly intentioned, but inade the, day and calmly mounted their still held annually although nowadays : 60 per cent had pain or WALTER: BENJAMIN

quate. Comfort came from inter mules to return to their homes, instead of a hundred 01 more soreness and 43 per cent had con- 501 Mad.soriJ Avenue New York
stellar spaces; through a" million hoping for better luck next year. I "stands" there are hardly evermore stipation. I Es' ab'shed..J.BB7

'-"- million. light years it traveled, tot The "Brides' Fair" has been held than a dozen Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service




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I :THE: CHEERFUL CHERUB A Resounding Knock '_ '.'}

;rJ at Opportunity's Door! ,'

OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE Vher1 I 'c.n walk in .x:1
mud It might be a good thing if those
people who wait so patiently for
FTy silent rapture- opportunity to knock at their door :f,]

Knows bounds. would give a ,,good hard knock at :'I
no opportunity's door. This Micaw- '

I love.. to pull my berlike attitude of always wait- ..
FEATHERHEADS .ASiSU. 'Sno SleepME rubbers ing for something to turn up has ,; -
up its drawbacks. While these wait- :j l
., ,
WIHAT lkETNATS --- 2 It mikes such ( ers are biding their time at home, ,:}
II others are out carving their des- :.j
IIf v nice expressive tiny by virtue of their own hands .'y
and talents. Like other
SNOW/ .sounds many "
f / 1\"CAN't proverbs, the saying that "op .7i
I portunity knocks 'once at ,every
0 man's door" has been abused. Opportunity "
is more often found by "Y

r those who go looking for it. -* r:

WNU Service. Voice Writing J.
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Ii II I I Artificial Moon :

i Home Heating An estate in Florida is lighted ':

each night by an artificial moon;
t-b. Ui I rife By John Barclay another in' Bedfordshire, Eng- -',:
Heating Expert land, has a private crematory; ,
while a third on Long Island pos-
T'S easy to regulate a furnace sesses a man-made brook, operated ,;
I /rL ,fire to meet the requirements of by a set of electric but-
daily temperature changes. All tons'which turn it on and off, reg-
you need to do is to understand the ulate its speed and control its t

j ALL RI yT- 3fcST functioning of the check and ashpit babbling and bubbling sounds.-
GtvE ML IT I ISN'f dampers. Collier's Weekly.AT .
T NAT SHOVELGo LAST A THAT-VOU WOKE Check Damper-a flap-like damper .

you Co IN AND SPARK} ME Lip-NEXT which should be located in the
CET BREAKFAST D F MAN MIME WAIT '''ILL 1 chimney pipe between the turn LASTA



the name!It'a FOLEY'S HONEY
dompc.Iy &TAR! Double-aot Dg.One set of ingredients
ib ''I1 qiucklysoothes.relievesticUiDg.hacking.cough-
( t ing coats irritated throat linings to keep
you from coughing. Another set reaches the
0i bronchial tubes,loosens phlegm,helps break up
a cough duo to a cold and speeds recovery. For _
quick relief and speeded-up recovery,ask your
flap or druggist for double-ncting,: FOLEY'S HONEY
,:tide &TAL IdcaHorchildren Geta.bottle today

,\ Worms cause much distress to children ahd
damper and the chimney.
anxiety to parents.Dr.Peery's"Dead Shot"removes
it's open, it slows up the burning the cause with a single dose. 60c.
1 speed of the fire; closed, it quickens All Druggists
the speed. Dr Peery'sVermifuge

Ashpit Damper-located below ,
the grates and controls the amountof I

FINNEY OF THE FORCE .,*, SJ: ::g o.::: Takes the Cake air supplied to the fire.

.... 1r--. best results
I To, produce the Gold
Wrights Ca,100 Street N.Y.City
I PLEA G M''sl"'eR 50I1I AS VEZ. DoN'T BOPDER these dampers should work to-
I BRUMCr, A CAKE I AF HER "''S\TIN\ AIN f 'LOWEDf'HAxJE 1 DOUBT EFF'NfVA gether-when one is open the other
HOURSBuT A FN-ME should be closed, and vice versa.
TO MV HUSBIMDVJMAT 01 CAN.rAt<5. kl.loIFEOI'LL' WIFE NEVER In mild weather, when a slow, last-
,is LOCKED IT -To HIMBRREAK CUT IT PER WAS A OOODcoo ing fire is needed, the check damper -
./-J UP HERE- SEZ.- < should be wide open and the
1 TAKE 11 1"0 ashpit damper closed. When more ,:'oSeQ
HIM2I heat.is needed, the check damper
lC should be partly closed, the'ashpit
4'Jlli1 II Pj Wrapped
1 damper 'partly open. For extremely -
h 'MoistureProofCellophane
cold weather, the check 'r

LJEJiLi damper should be closed tight, the

lI' ashpit damper wide open. WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT IO{
The proper use of these two
dampers insures the proper degree Y 1Calotabs
0 of heat at all times on a minimum
amount of fuel.

I -

01 Help Nature I

I ? 1 WONDER OHWHuT/ TH'-- 2
NEVER MIND, 'IT 1NEM 1'o Throw Off ColdMillions
AGo a
CAKE have found in Calotabs a toxines. Second, Calotabs are diuretic -
I'LL BREAK PIECES NO "DOUBT FER / most valuable aid in the treatmentof to the kidneys, promoting the
AND EAT (7J colds. They take one or two tab- elimination of cold poisons from
OFF ___L lets the first night and repeat'the the blood. Thus Calotabs serve
'IT THAT WAVSOFT I 1 third or fourth night if needed. the double purpose of a purgativeand
\ How do Calotabs help Nature diuretic, both of which are
throw off a cold? First, Calotabsare needed in the treatment of colds.
r one of the most thorough and Calotabs ,arc quite economical;
dependable of all intestinal elimi- only twenty-five cents for the fam-
nants, thus cleansing the intestinal ily package, ten cents for the trial
! I 0 11 2)r ) tract of the germ-laden mucus and package. (Adv.)

i Nobleness Refines Great Men
I .fJ
r Any'nobleness begins at,once to The greater men are, the hum-
refine a man's features, any mean- bler they are, because they con- I
I. ,! / C ness or sensuality to imbrute ceive of a greatness beyond attain-
i i iI them.-Thoreau. ment.-Gibson.

I '
I i
> THERE'S a let-down at the .
: I I I end of the day; your chest

I PEDAL TIMEH I When I engaged you you told me [ pened if I'd asked as many ques- tightens up; our cold feels
that you were a handyman." tions when I was a boy." I i I worse. .' ,
"Well, so I am. I live in the next ."Perhaps," suggested the young Stir up circulation, open the
; street." hopeful. "you would be able to answer pores, ease the tightness with
some of mine.-American Legion B
the positive congestionrelieving -
What Price Counsellor.
Glory action of Penetro. Made
The nice lady entered the restaurant -
f with mutton suet, and containing -
and ordered an omelet. The Marksmanship
I waiter took the order. Si-Yes sir, Zeke, as sure as 1, plenty of concentrated
"I'm sorry to have to explain sit here now, I shot that old double- BEFORE YOU GO TO BED medication, stainless, snow-
madam," he said, "that the price of barrel in that flock of ducks and I white Penetro helps nature to
i iI omelets has been raised. It't on account brung down five of_them. literally "lift" that cold pressure off your chest.
I r; "My dentist likes to pause and of the war, you know." Zeke (unconcernedly) Didn't I New size S5c, contains twice as much as the 25c
U, tell funny stories." "My goodness!" exclaimed the ever, tell you about me huntin' size. Larger sizes 60c and $1. Trial size lOc.
r, "Yes, but I wouldn't enjoy funny nice lady, "are they throwing ,eggsat frogs the other night, fired at one, :E At all druggists. For free sample of Penetro,
stories at $10 an hour." each other now?" then five hundred croaked. An. .
write Penetro, Dept. S-l, Memphis, Tenn.
napolis Log.
First Aid Sad Indeed Relieve watery head colds; with Penetro Nose Drops.
.i.>.. Wife It's the furniture people "This is tough luck,'"' said Ham ALONG THE SHORE Just two drops in each nostril and B-R-E-A-T-H-E..
come for the piano, John. mournfully as he leaned out of a
Husband But I gave you the window of the ark.
money for the next installment.Wife "What's the kick now?" inquired
Yes, I know dear; but Shem.
don't say anything. I'm going to "Why, we've got all this water all
pay them as soon as they get it around us to fish in," replied Ham,
downstairs, because I've decided to "and only two fish worms on MERCHANDISE
have it in the sitting room. board."Louisville CourierTimes.Was BUY

Handy Grandpa Dumb, Too? must be good to be ADVERTISED
"You have been with this firm aweek "What a boy you are for asking Monk Census Taker-I wonder if
and I find thU you have not questions," said the father. "I'd', those ducks come under the head consistently advertised GOODSTHE
the slightest idea of office routine. like to know what would have hap- i l of "floating population:?"





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ter last Monday night and a numberof about which so much has been aid the slum depths, of a large city's La- L. B. Mershon ,_

visitors from neighboring lodges in recent :years, is a vital problem tin quarter is always hard, often

School ems were present to assist, local lodge for the United States, conservation cruel, and many times breeds the AGENT

members in entertaining her and of its people is even more important worst in misshappen humanity, twisted -

putting on the special work for the and more fundamental. Expression in mind-twisted in body. Bolster- New York Life 4

Editor ................._..Ethcl Willie occasion. to that thought was given recently ing society's, constant warfare against Insurance ,
As&'t Fditor; Bernice O'Neal Among the visitors present were: by Clifford V. Gregory, editorof poverty and lost opportunity are always Company ;

Hare Lewis Mrs. Elsie Prairie Farmer, who recently returned understanding groups and individuals .!.
Spoils Editor .. _LeRoy Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, ARCADIA, FLORIDA
Al'Jcor1155:: Dorothy Lockhart Parker, Mrs. Lilla Belle Polk, of from Europe as a member ofjthe with a kindly heart full of

Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barrett,+ federal government's, commission human pity. Of such is "The Way of

Mrs. Ann Geiger, Mrs. Buela George, for the study of foreign cooperativesMr. the Cross Mission'of Christ" and its NORGE REFRIGERATORS

First Grade 'News--- Mrs. Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. J.I Gregory adds encouragement gentle padre, Father Peter Botto.

V.eklyreading honor roll: Virg W. Lyons, of Pahokee. I to the movement for home ownership "In as much, as ye have done-it : Furniture and Home Furnishings
the least of these have doneit PHILCO RADIOS '
unto ye
tenant farmers, and states:
Ruth Johnson,
ia Turner,. Mary
I that there lessons for also unto me," read the padre in
c ..rune Berner, Betty Lou Emrlch,
iad Mary Katherine Dyess. I TO BE AT DAYTONA BEACH I in the policies followed by the nations his Bible and dedicated his life to FurnishingsInc.

of Western Europe Vesourcos. the service of America's poor, needy, '
Monthly honor roll: Clifior II and baffled Latin citizenry, especially .
Their neat, well tilled, productive
Daytona Beach, Jan. 21 (FNSA ) .-
Bs'arty, Grant Brewer, Kim Kolstad,
timid youngsters bewildered by BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA ,
farms are not primarily the result
200-mile national championship I
Mary Katherine Dyess, Betty Lou
cruelties and misfortunes.
rot technical excellence in farming.
Emrich, Virginia Turner, Mary Ruth motorcycle road race will be held ;
I Rather, technical skill, good fining
John,"on and Laura Mae Jacobs. here Sunday afternoon, January 24,
according to an announcement: of grows out of the love of farmers -

The first grade is especially proudto city officials and' directors of the I for the land, and that in turn, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND

report that when the county I Southeastern Motorcycle association. : grows out of their pride of owner- FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA G. O. BREAVSTER, M. D.

health nurse conducted the dental ship. The land is theirs. They expect{ ,
Announcement of the races, which
examination last week she found an [ it to be the home of their children H. C. DICKERSON, Eye, Ear, :Nose and Throat
large percentage of white will supplant the perennial speed .
unusually and their grandchildren. So it-gets Complainant,
teeth. This is due to the generosityof trials and stock: automobile races, has I I I the loving care that people bestow VSIEFFIE At Dr. S. J. Simmon's office

'}Our Room Mother", Mrs. Kol- already attracted 50 nationally- their most cherished possessions.Mr. SMITH DICKERSON, Belle Glade

stad, who donated one dozen tooth known riders, including W D. Brady I Jon, Defendant

brushes. of Jacksonville and J. Lester Hilbish, Gregory cites the following I DIVORCEIt Every: Monday -:- Glasses Fitted

1936. Class C speedway champion. striking example of the effect of own-
I(I appearing by affidavit appended -
Second Grade News-
ership of land by the folks who live
The national championship encounter -i to the sworn Bill of Complaint in
class enjoyed a
The second grade
on it. At one, timeDanish farmers
will be ,held on the combi- the above entitled cause that the defendant -
the school Thurs-
picnic on stricken and I
nation beach-road course designedfor were poverty were poor- Effie Smith Dickerson is anon
day afternoon. events ly educated. The land was not well resident of the State of Florida
Monthly honor roll; William Mc- automobile last year. The farmed and was low in production. I that her residence Post Office address -

Cracken, Charles Benbow, Nancy track of 3.2 miles over the beach and Today Denmark is famous all over -I and place of abode is Unknownand

Wright, Mary Ellen Smith, Faith adjoining road is being prepared for the world: for the productivity of it further appearing that thereis

Mitchell:: Gene Mills, Dorothy Mitch- the attack of participating profes- its farms and for the high quality of I no person within the State _of FLORIDAStop
siopal and amateur drivers compet- I Florida service of summons
ell Mary Louise Thomas, Louise its farm products. Danish faimeib on
ing. Reconditioning of the road and whom 'would bind the'said defend-
Prewitt, Peggy Lawler, Joan Crouch, are intelligent and well educated. ;
:grace Ward and Jacqueline Blec'soc replacements of treacherous beach II ant.It 1
Danish is than
soil supporting more
,is' thereupon ordered and adjudged -
: sand' on the turns by packed marl plR
Third Grade News- and coquina rock are now nearing twice as many families as it did 100 I that the defendant be and m (!QGJJi

Monthly honor roll: Shirley M-Jon, years ago. And practically' everyone appear to said Bill of Complaint on
completion. Grandstands and
end Nora Oglesby., a new of these families owns the land on or before Monday, March 1st A. D. pj1 N
timing tower at the southern extremity '
Fourth Grade News- which it lives. Tenant farming is all 1937.
of the course are being erected : !i
Monthly honor roll: Nicky "chif- but unknown in Denmark. It is further ordered that this no-

fli, Willie Smith, Elsie Bembry, I tice be 'published once a week for

Parmelia Bourne, Marylyn Davis, .:..:..:..:..:.,:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: CHRISTIAN four consecutive weeks in the- Clew-
Christine Redish, and Sue VonMach. iston News, a newspaper of general
Fifth Grade News- circulation in Hendry County, Flor-
Weekly from Home Demonstration -
--- ,
The fifth grade is that ida.
very sorry
Specialists, Tallahassee The Christian Endeavor Society of Done and ordered at LaBelle,
Mrs. left
their teacher, Rumbley,
the Community church held its reg- Florida this 19th day of January A. "
Friday. We shall miss her. N N N:N:N:N 1.:N N:..:MS.:N:N:H N:N:N:N:N NON N:M:..:N: ular weekly meeting at the church 1937.
Monthly,honor roll: Billy Perry; ID.
MARMALADESOf Monday night. Following a few ,( ) WILLIAM T. HULL.
McLeod Eric Belcher Marianne
Phyllis -
: I verses of sacred, songs, the Scripture Clerk Circuit Court. I 1
Jones and Barbara 'Broadfoot.' I
reading was given by Miss Haz- LOUIS O. GRAVELY,
Sixth Grade News- all jams and jellies, citrus mar
el Prince after which a prayer was Solicitor for Complainant. I
Monthly honor rollElbert Hooker malades are perhaps the favorite and
offered. Jan. 22-29, Feb. 5-12-19. 1937.
certaInly the one best suited for
Bernard Leiter, Paul Shuck, Son- ,
ny Vaughn, Pearl Bembry, Gloria: breakfast serving with hot breads, The principal business was the appointment -I

McDuffie, and Anne' Pafford. hot buttered toast, waffles, muffins, of a committee for nominating ,at the
new officers, the members of I NOTICE .
Seventh Grade News- or
the committee being Bernice Guth- jiotelpotcicla
Monthly honor roll: Louise Roath This is a god season to make up rie, Christine Bell and Bill Owen. I I will be at the places named

and Jim Holland. your marmalade stock.* Select' fine, There was a discussion of the Union!and dated below for the purpose of ;

Semester honor roll: Louise Roath fresh, thin-skinned fruit.Marmalade '!assessing real estate, personal and
meeting of the Lake Societies on the 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE '
and Jim Holland. : Stock previous Tuesday evening at LakeHarbor I intangible property, for the year I '
Eighth Gra'le News- 1937. Please meet me with a correct
Marmalade stock, may be prepared and the group which attended
Honor roll for month: Renee I ;II descriptio nof all property owned by All Outside R001llSVith
for later finishing by boiling thinly- were highly complimentary to the
or as agent. I
Wetheriugton, Julia Oglesby, and I Private Bath E
June Hooker. sliced or ground sweet and sour oranges Lake Harbor Society. Announcement i If you are entitled to Homestead

Semester honor roll: Margaret grapefruit, limequats, lemons, was made of a special meeting called j I Exemption, it will be necessary for I COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

VonMach, Renee Wetherington, Bar- or calamondins, or a mixture of any the Cathedral Vespers on the ,,29th you to apply for it, as it is a law re- i
of the fruits 'with water and then of the month. After the singing of I quirement. I have the blanks and Overlooking Biscayne Bay
bara Smith and Julia Oglesby.
canning or 'sealing, boiling hot, the another hymn the meeting closed will be glad to assist you in filling *t

:Ninth: Grade News- product. It' will be rich in pectin and with the benediction of the society. I them out.Please Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
Honor roll for month: Maxine ''Dotv
I acid if prepared a before the fruit becomes Those attending were: Misses, call at my office or any of Business Section.

Hervey; Bourne, J. D. Hooker, I over-ripef The mixture will be Elizabeth Winn, Hazel Prince, Chris- the places named below. THANKS.Ft. I I

Louise Leiter, Dick Patterson, Mun- i amber in color, slightly cloudy, and tine Bell,' Mildred Ward, Billie Hooker I Denaud (Duvals' Store) Fri- RATES
selle Stone, and Marie Robbins.
day A. M., January 29th. !
possess the characteristic flavor of Bernice Guthrie and Sandy Bell,
.-_-' Tenth Grade News- i Felcla (School House) Monday A.
.1 the cooked fruit. Dick Owen, Bill Owen, Frances i $1.50 Single S
Honor roll: Bernice Guthrie, Le- M., February 1st.
Wright, Dick Patterson, Owen Winn,
roy Hare, George Smith, Bill Owen, When concentrated by boiling with Clewiston (City Hall) Tuesday A.
and Francis Wright. the proper proportion of sugar it I James Winn, A. M. King, Miss Dorothy -I M., February 2nd. $2.50 Double .

The tenth grade is happy to welcome should yield a clear, firm jelly of(I Lockhart, Mrs. B. E. Herringand Hookers Point (Mr. Nail's) Tues-

a new student, Geraldine Hul- pleasing color and flavor. It is necessary -' Dr. D. J. Williams.FR. day P. M., ,February 2nd. Special Family, Weekly &.

sev, who comes to 'us from Rock- that the mixture of thinly-sliced LaBelle (Court 'House) After Monthly Rates '

uiirt, Ga.r' peel and the juice be cooked only PETER BOTTO OPENS February 4th.

until tender-without sugar. Placein MISSION FOR TAMPA'S POOR DENNIS SMALL, S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
utr GradeNc.vs
glass while Assessor of, Taxes, HendryCounty.
Honor Roll jars boiling hot. Seal
: Gladys Willis and
Bernice O'Xeal. immediately. Sterilize quarts '10 minutes Tampa, Jan. 21 (FNS-Life in .

The 'juniors wish to thank every- at'' boiling. Store stock in cool -
place. When wanted for marmalade I
who assisted
one toward the

the dance last Friday night.successof We making and, cook add required to jelly stage.amount of sugar Report of County Finances Hendry County For the Year Ending

were happy to have a good attend-I

ance. Amber Marmalade September 30 1935 ,

Twelfth Grade News- Slice very thin one grapefruit, one ,

Honor roll: Ethel Willis, Bob orange, and one lemon, rejecting
Patterson and Ed Clark. seed and The following report of County"Finances ''for the year ending September 30, 1935, as reported on the 30th
cores. Measure sliced fruit
The senior class elected class officers day of September, 1935, by the Clerk of Circuit Court and the Board of County Commissioners of Hendry County .r

this week. Ed Clark was chosen into a bowl., For each measure of I Florida, is hereby published under provisions of Chapter 6813, Acts of 1915, Laws of Florida.J. .

president, Bobby Patterson, vice- fruit add three measures of cold wat- M. LEE,

president and Ethel Willis, secretary Gr. Let stand over night. Next morning Comptroller.
and treasurer. turn mixture of fruit and water .

The second semester is here and into a kettle, bring to boil, then boil ..!, i '
trade twelve is beginning prepara- exactly 12 minutes after it reaches -\/ !l .... 11) C) ; L U0 :e Q CIJ f C
tions for FUNDS 0 Co! :: Co! :: CJ':::
commencement. We I'
boiling point. Again let stand I I. '
over :: r. JrV1 -5"= ;; .g -S'r
already ordered our announcementcards. night. Next morning, measure again, ':: C Q) C) ;: !TI ; ... C1 ::: :any... ::: """; ICl
Everyone is busy study- rc; s:: .:: :::: ... ::: o s:: : ::3 ..0 =: o.5
heat, add one cup of sugar for each ;) ,.. ::I Q ".. .... .... ".. ::: ".. ..J rJ) ...

.:' ,ing as I the new_semester_ begins. '' cupful of fruit mixture and boil General Revenue $ 50.24 $16,679.59 $16,665.99 $ 63.84 $ 2,894.47 $13,769.52 $16,663.93

,:. steadily and rapidly until it jells. Fine & Forfeiture 498.31 13,577.88 13,969.09 107.10 3,767.22 11,038.78 13,969.09> 836.91
Out to Cure Gum
Way Chewing Girls Pour into sterilized glasses and seal. Road .& Bridge 2,637.23 19,034.2321,282.60 388.86 6,784.31 14497.79 21,282.10

Gum chewing gals, Should a more bitter marmaladebe Publicity Fund 144.88 856.92' 876.82 124.98 / 876.82 876.82 .'
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And cud chewing cows; Court House S
preferred to the above listed ingredients -
. There's a difference somehow, Bond, Inter-
add one wild orange (Seville '
0 yes, it's the intelligent look ) sliced thin. Save the seed of est & Sinking 6,683.60 8,564.83 12,876.65 2,371.78 9,280.00 \ 12,876.65 12,876.65 9280.00

'. On the fact of the cow. Highway 'Bond .
' '.' all the fruit used, add to them ,two Fund ............. 130.00 5 130.00 130.00 130.00 .
cupfuls of water'allowed, and let S ..."<-
f::: Outstanding Indebtedness -
If she thinks him
a wonder and
stand i while, going ahead with the .... 1.75 1.75
( resents any criticism of him, he [Is sliced fruit. When ready to boil the

-;':S her husband, her son or her dentist. last time, strain out the seed and $10,146.01 $58,713.45 $65,801.15 $ 3,055.81 $22,726.00 $53,189.56 65798.65 $ 9. 31.29

e;, This is the season when an office add the
jelly-like mixture' to the
t::. hoy, who couldn't remember to leave \ S
fruit Debit. '
then measure, heat, add sugar ASSETS AND LIABILITIES I Credit
,,: the door open this summer, at last and proceed as directed above. AssetsAvailable .

c4.", begins 'to catch on.O. Balances, All Funds .."'''.._.''............:_....-.$ 3,055.81 5 5
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...:..:'."'..:..:-..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:, Fixed Assets: w' .5 (, '\
Court House, Fuiniture & Fixtures ........... : 152,890.00 ,
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._ Entertains RURAL COMMON SENSE Jail ......................__................_u........_........::::::::::::::: 3,000.00 "

3d I Road Machinery .................................:.............._....... 6,000.00 i
Worthy Grand MatronMoore I Ey Spuds Johnson Road Improvements by County ..."."................._.......... 284,059.00 f

," IN:N:N:..:N K:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N: ..:N : Liabilities >>
N N N:.rH:
M N N Unpaid Vouchers ...:.......:............._..................._........ $ 836.91

( Haven Democrat) CONSERVING OF PEOPLEAS Bonds Outstanding .....*.............._...................:...........: 434,612.30 ,
Mrs. Ethel Turner, of St.' Pe'erc- WELL AS SOILS IS Other Liabilities, past due bonds and coupons ........ 8,680.00

burg, Worthy! Grand Matron of the Due Everglades Drainage District .......... ................ 1,500.00 ;
.5 S Order of Eastern Star of Florida paid '

: her official visit to the local $449,004.81 $444,828.21P ,
chap- While conservation of the soil, : /

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