The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00615
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I Sugar House -Sets New Peterson Okeechobee To Ship Ask Canal For Clewiston Near Quota In'

i Cane Grinding Record An Associated-Press-' dispatch from Drive For Relief Funds

Washington today stated that Con
gressman J. Hardin Peterson had

5,072 IX TONS 24-HOUR OF PERIOD CANE GROUND AT 0u' :Morrison and Hooker made the statement that he was Miami Herald Writer MORE THAN $200 RAISED IN TWO

seeking authorization for a new sur- DAYS BY CANVASSERS ;

MILL HERE Winner In Tourney vey of a proposed dredging projectover Guest of KiwanisTom i IN THIS SECTION

the new cross-state waterwayfrom I
For the third time this month the "
-- Stuart to Fort Myers through The Clewiston Chapter o't the Am-
house of the United States i I
sugar |I In the finals match of the handball Lake Okeechobee.The Smith, staff writer for the erican Red Cross today was well on
Sugar Corporation has broken all
records for the amount of sugar cane| tournament played on the local present project, soon to be Miami Herald and in the 'glades to i the way toward reaching the quota
completed will provide a seven foot secure copy for a special edition his I assigned to the chapter by National
ground during a twenty-four hour!i court Sunday, Coach M. E. Morrison I
barge canal and Congressman Peterson' paper will put out at the time of the headquarters as the contribution to
period. Last Sunday a total of 5,072 I and J. D. Hooker defeated J. J. Harrington 1 I
I intention to ask a re-survey to watercade', was invited to attend the the fund for flood relief in the Ohio
tons of cane were into the
i! and Wilbur McGehee in three determine whether or not the route regular meeting of the Kiwanis Club I and Mississippi valleys and Mrs. R.
rollers and the juice extracted and I
converted into raw sugar. Company : straight games,. 21-13, 21-17 and 21- could be deepened and made into a Wednesday evening and to addressthe I Y. Patterson, chairman of the Clew- ,
I, ship canal. club. iston chapter stated today that there
officials had indicated that they expected 19 and were the recipients of two
Congressman Peterson communi- Mr. Smith, expressed his pleasureat was every reason to believe that the
to the 5,000 ton markon ]
reach I sautiful sweaters which were given -
the I cated with Florida newspapers last being invited to the meeting and quota would be oversubscribed.The .
or before first of February.
the members of the winning dou- night and said that it'the house in a short talk complimented the belated roll call was just underway -

.,f The first, two records were made i idles team. The members of the run- rivers and harbors committee gavea club on the manner in which they when this disaster struck

the same week. On January .1, favorable that he would I and a drive for to the
.; ner-up doubles team received two report accomplished so much. He then told I memberships
I 4,843 tons were ground, well above I shirts each. press for acceptance of this route, something of his paper's plans for chapter was forced, to turn to raising

I any previous mark in the history of port which it is estimated can be made the special edition and asked each of relief funds. Mrs. Patterson enlistedthe
I ;. the company. Two days later this Mr. Harrington and Wilbur Mc- aid of the
I into a thirty-five foot ship canal the members to express an opinionas American Legion
record fell when 4,924.71 tons were Gehee defeated S. L. Crochet and for thirty millions, as a substitutefor to'how, the waterway would im- which did a marvelous piece of work,
ground. This latter record held until :td! VonMach in the semi-final roundon
the Ocala canal which will cost prove business and do good to the as have the various city organiza-
last Sunday but grinding has been Saturday by taking two games out
165 millions. community. The members agreed and tions, In raising money for the fund.
very steady and never far below the I of three. The scores were 6-21; 21-16 Petitions not
some nice short talks were made, were started until Wed-
record, runs. A slight hold-up' has and 21-18. Crochet and VonMachhad
most of those present agreeing that nesday afternoon and on Thursday
been experienced, this week due to come into the semi-finals by vir-, '
GOLF TOURNAMENTUNDERWAY the waterway would be a big helpto morning more than a hundred and
heavy rains, the only break to date tue of their win over M. E. VonMach Clewiston.The forty dollars had been deposited in
in an otherwise perfect harvest sea- and Owen Winn on Friday taking
the First Bank of Clewiston. ad-
matter of the Red Cross relief
son. two straight games 21-11 and 21- 48
WITH dition there several dollars in
drive was then brought up and it was was
It is particularly gratifying to note 13., decided that the Kiwanis Club spon- "bozine" contributed by sugar em-

that the sugar :yield recorded to dateis Much interest in handball has sor the donation of two cars of cab- ployees. Organizations contributedtheir

higher than for any corresponding I been aroused by the tournament and PLAYERS; 4 FLIGHTS bage to be sent to the flood area. J. share of cash and the local Ki-
efforts will be made to I
of harvests. Company arrange a
period previous -
E. Beardsley, W. W. Perry and R. wanis Club appointed a committeeto
officials state that, favorable match between two local doubles 'I M. Bishop were appointed a committee arrange for shipping two cars of
teams and two teams from Palm ONLY FIVE MATCHES IN FIRST
weather conditions permitting, it is
to make the necessary 'arrange- cabbage to the flooded area. The railroads -
anticipated that the above record will Beach in the near future. ROUNDS HAVE BEEN ments. are charging no freight on

be exceeded and an increasing sugar I PLAYED TO DATE shipments consigned from Red Cross

yield, will be recorded very'shortly F. H. A. Official
The golf tournament at the_ local ,Chapters to Red Cross Chapters do-
during the present harvest season. Heavy Fall ing relief work.
golf course got underway' Sundaybut
Makes Visit Here The original quota assigned the
so far during the week only five Here During Week
:NEGRO IS CAUGHT chapter here was fifty dollars but as
ROBBING COMMISSARY matches have been played in the four the seriousness of the disaster be-
Frank Hilson, district director of
flights, heavy rains on Wednesday' : came better known this was doubled
the Federal Housing Administration, After a most unusual and lengthy
M. C. Doke, manager of the South and this morning keeping the course and on Tuesday of this week a request -
of Miami, accompanied by Chauncey spell of dry weather, all of themonth's
Bay commissary'for the United States was sent out by Admiral Cary
Butler, an associate in the FHA almost inundated. The first round average rainfall attemptedto
Sugar Corporation, caught a negro T. Grayson to all chapters to multi-
work, spent a full day in Clewiston will close Sunday and every entrantis come at once Wednesday night and
in Wednesday night their five. This
,commissary. ply quotas by broughtthe
( when the downpour had
finally ceased -
recently with the of
after the negro had forced open a purpose pro- urged to contact his opponent and Clewiston quota to two hundredand
moting Interest in the housing loans late in the night the entire town-
... 'window at front of the building I. dollars and there is little
the : I,make arrangements to play off the fifty
qf the first group. { site was covered by a sheet of wat-
to, gain entrance and 'I. doubt that the drive will "go over
match between
now Sunday
'1> When the housing plan was first er reminiscent of the flood of last "
J As Mr. Doke held a gun on the mentioned there was considerable night in order that there will be no i June. 5.85 inches of rainfall was recorded the top.

negro and ordered another negro to interest in the plan here for securing games forfeited. I for the townsite by the U. S. 1 The Clewiston area has, in years

search him, according reports, the; the building loans. However the j Forty-eight players were qualifid Sugar Corporation. Clewiston bore past, received considerable help

culprit managed to divert attention j government did not make the 'loans. ,_ and these arranged in four flights, the brunt of the rain which was general from the Red Cross and there is

and make his escape through the These were to be made through reg- the first and second having sixteen over the entire lake section. never a disaster when Red Cross

door and under the house and from'I! ular: credit channels with the loan entrants and the third and fourth The average rainfall in the east- funds are needed that the town does

there into a nearby- ne field. The' insured by the government. There I eight entrants. The qualifying round ern division of the sugar company not give cheerfully what is asked.

field was surrounded however and!'I were; few with money to loan determined which flight each golfer property was 1.75 inches while that Mrs. Patterson states, however

he was later apprehended. He was who would put it out at that I entered, the sixteen having the in the western division, in which that the roll call has not been for-

lodged in the Belle Glade jail and lowest Clewiston is located 3.395 inch gotten and that when this emergencyis
time and as a result there were but I score going into the first was
was expected to be sentenced some 1 one or two loans approved. I flight and so on. through the fourth': es. past that memberships will againbe
time this week in justice court. The : I solicited.
Mr. Hilton stated on his visit here, Each match is eighteen holes with Wednesday's rain had not been en-

name of the negro was not disclosed. however, that there was now finals to be thirty-six. Prizes will be tirely pumped off until another shower Anyone who has not yet donatedto

I able a good deal of money in avail-I awarded the winner in each flight hit in the early hours this morn- the relief fund and wishes to do

: from several different and in the first' flight a runnerupprize ing bringing '1.53 inches to so should use the coupon on this

,;,. <. West Coast Yachts To I cluding the South Atlantic Mortgage I will be awarded. The five prizesare ton and an average of ,.648 Clewis-I I page and mail the donation to Mrs.

I Company and that the government on display and any of them are western division. Cane fields are Patterson.

> : :': Take Part In Watercade agencies had been studying Clewiston worth a great deal of effort to win. soggy and field crews of the sugar I{I ..

,. and were anxious to make some The pairings for the first round company have been badly handicapped Dredge D-l To Clean

:" ,;, bans here.' The interest here, he are as follows: in their work as it is difficult

' An article in the Tampa Tribune said: was caused to no small extent Flight one-Emmett Shelley vs. Dr. for wagon trains to haul out the Hurricane Gate No. 4

\ '. : the first of the week stated that ten b/ the fact that there is no bonded J. W. White; O. G. McWorther vs. cane. ,A short shut-down of the sugar -

:: :." 'yachts from Tampa would join oth- Indebtedness on the town. Another Dick Gibbons (This match has been house was contemplated until *

;.: ers from St. Petersburg and other I ictor was the restricted building played, Mr. McWorther winning bya the water has dried off the fields.It The government dipper dredge,

west coast resort citiees and would : :l', ea over the portion of the townte score of 7 and 5) ; W C. Owen vs. was believed that only a few hours the Dl, which was used for some

f go to Stuart prior to February 22 I ": north of the highway and still John Thomas; Gordon Mobley vs. would be lost today if the rains did time in Lake Hicpochee loading rock

petted to formally open the new I* .:other, rapid yet steady and substantial J. J. Harrington; Lou Betzner vs. not continue. barges, has been tied up in Clewiston -

to join the watercade which is ex- growth of the community. Arthur Wells (Mr. Betzer won 2 The generally overcast sky con- slip for the past several weeks

I cross-state waterway from Stuart to ': 'he men were highly impressed with and 1.) ; Tom Shelley vs. John Har- tinued throughout today and the while special pumps were being installed -

Fort Myers on that date. fe city and its, residents and ,expect ris; E. G. Kilpatrick vs. Dick Hall; weather 'reports promised no cool and other changes made. This

I .' ']'- This group of yachts will leave ". return here within the next week. and F. D. Banning vs. E. M. Van- weather so there is still some uneasi- work has now been finished and this

Tampa on the seventeenth and will I ;> far only one new loan application Landingham.,, ness that there will be more rain. week the dredge will move to Belle

1" .pass through the canal from Fort is been'.made. but there are several Flight two-Mrs. F. D. Duff vs. C. Glade to do some work at hurricane

,'I Myers to Clewiston on the nineteenth more prospects.The V. Parkinson; Virgil Lawrence vs. BIG CATFISHA gate No. 4 at the mouth of the Hills-

if it is possible to get through at that Royal Lumber Company entertained Jay Moran; L. E. VanLandingham borough and North New River can-

j time. Engineers are making every the men with a dinner at vs. Dr. 'Simmons;' A. L. Hackett vs. huge catfish, tipping the scalesat als. It is expected that the dredge

! S effort to speed up construction work I II the Inn at which thirteen people H. L. Lapp; E. E. Kelly vs. V. C. 14 pounds was caught by H. L. with a barge in tow will go to the

\I: so that everything will be in readiness were present. Most of these were local Denton; Bill McCracken vs. Mrs. O. Davis Saturday afternoon in Lake rock pile, a mile east of Moore Haven -

i' by that time and while there men with their wives interestedin G. McWorther (Mr. McCracken won I Okeechobee.. Caught with rod and today to load the barge with ag-

will not be a great deal of time to I some, phase of building activity. 5 and '3) ; Robert Smith vs. H. C. reel, this catfish was said to be one gr"eate. The following day she will

: :. spare it is anticipated that the canal VanLandingham; L. H. Nash vs. of the largest ever to be brought in tie up at the locks there while then

will be ready .for use, at least by the Attempt Made To Get F. Deane Duff (Mr. Nash won 7 and from the waters of the lake.M. ,'l"' "re loaded which will be

. 22nd. ,I 6). loweicd from a steel cross piece on

!. Engineers are working hard to I Surplus W. P. A. Fund Flight Three-W. C. Prewitt vs. W. Bigg and F. Deane Duff either side of the gate to form a

close out all contracts with, the ex- J. B. Jones; J. F. Curry vs. Ralph spent several days last week in Jack chamber which may be pumped out
'' -- Kirk; T. W. Knight vs. W. C. Ow- sonville on business. (Continued on Page 8)
ception of that of the Spadaro Con- I .
Although the recreation park pro- en; Mrs. Bill McCracken vs. A. N. I
struction Company and the Atlantic
ject here has been closed out because Gallant.

Dredging Company by February 1. work hours were used up, there still Flight Four-C. F. Maynard vs.. H. The following coupon may be used by anyone wishing to mailin
MacWilliams and Standard have al-
ready completed, their contracts.The remains a material fund of approxi- A. Bestor; Sam Fleming vs. Dick donations: Mail! to Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Clewiston, Florida.
mately three hundred dollars to, the Yoder; Luther Jones vs. A. J. Stein
Ortona lock has been completed -
credit of the project and this week (Mr. Jones won 8 and 7).
to a usable stage with the exception -
of operating machinery. Hand steps were taken by the sponsorsto Mrs. Lou Betzner vs. winner of Belief Fund DonationEnclosed
secure permission to secure the match between M. W. Bigg and R.
operating machinery has been ordered -
necessary labor to take care of this W,. Kirchmann who failed to qualify.Joe .
delivered not later than February
5th and this should be installed in amount of material. If permission is Masters, local golf pro stated find $................................ which is my donation to

:..1'i. plenty of time to operate the gates granted by the Miami Wl P. A. office today that he believed the course the Red Cross Relief Fund for the flood sufferers in the Ohio
:., several pieces of playground equipment would be
= ., soon dry if there were no .-
; by the date set for the watercade. '
and Mississippi River Valleys. .
will be installed. ,
more rains and is anxious that as
Piling caps and walkway remain to
The official sponsor of the pro- many matches as possible be played "
bo built, the only work left in the

actual lock and spillway structure.The ject is "the City of Clewiston and before Sunday night so that the sec- Name ............................................................................
Mayor F. D. Duff has contacted the ond round may be started off according ... .
only possibility of delay appears Miami office to see if this material to chedule Monday. .

:,, ..'J 4',,.' to be in rip-rapping. There is fund may yet be used and not returned The final rounds are scheduled to Address ........................:.................................................,

(Continued on Page 8) to Washington be held on Sunday, February 21. .

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CLEWISTON NEWS Thursday, January 28, 1937

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_CHEERFUL CHERUB. I: what <.c:9bb: When I Consider

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WHEN consider all the-

_ Im glad Im not ) I own ,

trolley cs.r, d I ltftl't thinks On the ocean rich lone earth, and on the' .-.

Though smooth and strright i6vti 2/v ieur about: Treasures which none can
steal away from me- w,
tr ckMiesId 1937 Safe ,Year.
its long Making A 'Tis then I feel how happy I

rather tt.ke. t. SANTA MONICA, CALIF.- should be.

Edward W. Pickard I last year we were II I,
he.r path By I +
rotes all dedicating ourselves to a And when I count my great ;1
Western p.Un" possessions o'er
Uith her and: crusading campaign to make
and woodland, moun- "
there: a. rvice, y'dsurprise. Morgan May Resign as will be financed under a unique 1936 a safer year for motorists.We tain, cliff, and shore,

provision inserted in agricultur-- were going to cut down the Birds on the bough and the
g,1.c'.n Chairman of TV ARUMORS al adjustment act by congress in volume of traffic disasters, going to sweet song they sing- I

were current, in Wash- August, 1935. This hands Wallace reduce the appalling 'Tis then I know I'm richer

ington that Dr Arthur E. Mor- 30 per cent of all customs receipts !. mortality toll which '' than a king. j I
gan would soon resign as chairmanof "for agricultural purposes," Of. had marked the pre
the Tennessee Valley authorityas about $100,000,000 each year. ceding year. %' fez'' Idle curiosity needs deflation. :

WNU Service. the result of his So what?

long and bitter dis- Well, here's what.
Russia Refuses to Keep
agreement with Di- The end of 1936
Pleasant Breathing Eh? rector David Lilient SwY t,. Volunteers Out of Spain showed an all time

A bottle of dirt, filtered from thal over TVA poli ,BRITAIN'S plan to bar from Spain top for deaths on the %. '. Ir
the air in a fashionable residen- cies. Both the gentlemen from other nations public highways 1I1J 1 r

tial district of New York. city, were in the met with a big setback when roughly 37,450, or { ;; ,

t was found to contain everything capital and it ap- Russia refused to' adopt prohibitive approximately 450 Vt '

from dog hair to splinters of steel, peared they had measures. Foreign Commissar more than in 1935. Lt
says the General Electric AirY laid their cases be- Maxim Litvinov handed to Ambas- So now we'll piously Irvin S. Cobb

;,, Conditioning institute. The anal- fore President sador Chilston a note saying: resolve, all over

ysis showed tarry oil, petroleum, Roosevelt for his "The Soviet government, althoughit again, to do something about this / (2CLY2Q i

wood products, chlorides, sul decision as to which presently does not practice the hideous destroyer which kills by the '{.

phates, salt, iron, silica, ammonia should be the leadA.. Morgan dispatch of volunteer detachments, thousands and maims by the hun- Nina By Wilcox ,

coke, carbon, rock fragments, ere Lilienthal, who does not consider it expedient to dreds of thousands and makes our -
plaster, fibers of wool, cotton an'dhair was formerly Wisconsin utilities adopt unilateral prohibitive meas- fatalities and casualties in the world Putnam I

and the aforementioned steel. commissioner under Gov. Phil La ures." war seem, by comparison, 'puny. .

Since the dirt sample was taken Follette, favors unrelenting war- Fighting between the Spanish loy- Crullers I

from a home within a block of fare on private utility interests. alists and Fascists was fierce in The Value of "Experts"I 1 of
an elevated railroad, it is assumed Doctor Morgan, on the other hand, the University City section of Ma- HEARD a supposed expert ad- 2 sugar j

that the steel came from it. doesn't want a "fight to a finish" drid and along the Mediterraneancoast vising a director, bound for Africato 2 tablespoonfuls eggs of I
but, ,rather, a co-operative: effortto east of Gibraltar. In the cream .1
shoot a big game picture, that
1 cupful of sweet milk
pool public and private electricity Madrid suburb the loyalists trappeda
practically everything about his kit i
in the Southeast in order to end Vz teaspoonful of nutmeg
large number of insurgents in a
was wrong except possibly his rear
2 heaping teaspoonfuls of baking i
TVA's legal war with the private hospital where the latter had set collar button.It .
interests. The chairman however powder fr
machine to withstand a
up' guns
stood almost alone among those who siege. On the coast the Fascists reminded me of the pampered Flour enough to make the dough i
are shaping the administration'spower son who was heading stiff enough to roll. Cut out and
had effected a landing at Esteponaand
r for the
' policy. He issued a state- arctic circle. He called in fry in deep fat.CopyrlC'ht.WNU.
were advancing on Malaga
1 Y1'y a veteran of polar expeditions and I
ment to the press setting forth his which the government has held Service.
} told about his
outfit. All went well
views but it didn't arouse much since the civil war started.
until he
: started
describing his parka.
sympathy in high circles.
"It's fine," he said, "made of seal-
1 Decision in the controversy is nec- Report That War Debts skin and the hood all fringed with DON 'I WAIT I
essary soon for the first big con wolverine and-"
.... tract between TVA and private util- May Be Discussed I
,', RUNCIMAN chair "One moment," said the professional -
ity interests expires February 3 and ,
the question of renewal must be set the British Board of "is the hairy surface of the FOR A COLD

, tled before then. Trade, arrived in New York and pelt worn next to your body?"

r!, Drafting of a national power policy was due to spend a week-end in the "No," said the youth. "The fur is 1. Keep your head clear

. was asked by the President of I White House at the .; outside, of course." 2. Protect your throat

a committee headed by Secretary : invitation of President "All wrong," pronounced the crit
his the of the Interior Ickes. He 'said Roosevelt. "' t ic. "Thermal demonstration .has 3. Help build up

r.. that this policy, once established, i Georges Bonnet, a ; proved that to conserve the bodily YOUR ALKALINE RESERVE

would apply to all existing projects : financial expert and heat the hide should be turned so 5LUDEN'S I

(;, and to new power developments as i former cabinet the fur is used as a lining and the, O ALL
they are completed. member, was appointed '? ', > smooth or naked side is exposed."
R !
: At night, Sonny tired: out; resist ambassadorv The youngster burst out laughing. I IVJ.
';.r., ance is lowered; circulation slows up; Curb for Supreme Courtto from 'France' to ,tom. "Have I said something to excite f

,: congestion seems worse. Washington and your mirth?" demanded the specialist. .
;- Rub his chest with Penetro at bed- Be Considered plans tp come over Resolute Mind .. I

v':".". time. It's made with mutton suet and tp MERGING from a White House early in February a "Oh, not at all," said the amateur, Be thou of resolute mind, that
. concentrated medication. (113% to conference Senator Sherman Andre moderation and dignity
supplanting your may
' 227% medication than other Walter was just thinking what, a darned
more any
: Minton of Indiana announced that de Laboulaye. These confute their attack.-Cicero.
fool buffalo is.
.: nationally sold cold salve.) Penetro Runciman a
President Roosevelt would soon call two farts rise
his chest creates gave
I( warms opens pores, *
::'- counter-irritation to' help Nature increase together congressional leaders and to reports that the subject of the When You Feel Sluggish
t1 blood flow and relieve congestion. administration officials to consider war debts would be reopened.Mr. Americans in England

t.'" Its aromatic vapors help open up stuffy legislation designed to curb the Roosevelt denied published RENEWED excitement has been (Constipated)
in isles Take a dose or two of Black-
nasal the.British by
f.- passages.For Supreme court. stories that he had invited Great
Feel fresh for
:' Draught. : a goodday's
S free sample of stainless, snow- The senator said he himself was Britain and France to begin the discovery Vhat yet another mem- work.
,irL white Penetro, write Penetro, Dept. S23 pre- ber of the royal family-this time it's
the introduction of
Memphis, Tenn. ,At all druggists. contemplating a liminary discussions for the adop- Work seems easier, life pleasanter,
duke of Kent-not
bill that would require the concur- tion of a peace program based on young only when you are really well-free from
::' Relieve watery head colds rence of seven of the nine justices, financial and trade factors. He shows a regrettable, tendency t o the bad feelings and dullness often

;., with Penetro Nose Drops. or more than two-thirds, to invali- specifically denied he had invitedMr. enjoy himself as any normal nat- attending constipation.For .

.;,:- E Two drops in each nostril, date an act of congress. He did not Runciman to participate in discussions ural, healthy youngster might, but, nearly a century, Black-
t :;;' then B-R-E-A-T-H-E. Trial say whether the President indicated what is even more distressing, has Draught has helped to bring prompt,
50c and $1 bottles. bearing on trade relationsof relief from
C" lately been seen in the of: refreshing constipation.
of this
approval or disapproval plan.
;' sizelOc. Atalldruggists. the United States and Great Bri- an American woman. Thousands of men and women relyon
*:' tain which may pave the way for it.
; OLD FASHIONED MUTTON SUET Deadlock Is Renewed in important moves later but it was Oh, these pestiferous Yankee

.1>,-"_' General Motors Strike understood, nevertheless, that such women! In spite of all that can be BLACKDRAUGHTA
: conversations were to take place. done, it's almost certain some of: GOOD LAXATIVE
TXT HEN negotiations about
them will witness the coronation
': The President said Mr. Runcimanwas ,
1. yy
i:( to open for settlement of the coming here on a holiday andas and several thousands of them will
strike of General Motors workers, break their necks ,
personal friend. girlish trying to Time for CourtesyLife
:';' Doing Good the truce declared by persuasion do is
so. not so short but that
I. There never was a person who' Governor Murphy of Michigan was. M: Bonnet said in Paris that he there is always time for courtesy.
::' did anything worth doing that did called off, both sides charging bad was coming here simply as an am.

;; not receive more than he gave.- faith. Homer Martin, head of the bassador and with no special mis- Militarizing the C. C. C. -

c i' H. W. Beecher. United Automobile Workers, said sion concerning war debts, but it REPRESENTATIVE NICHOLS of

the corporation violated the truce was considered possible he might trying to accom- I

.- by attempting to, reopen the Cadil- seek to re-open the debt questionin plish something which should have
!rr r CHECK THAT COUGHS lac plant in Detroit; by agreeing to informal discussions. been done long ago. He's preparing ;

bargain collectively with nonunion a bill to make military reserve units !!

BEFORE IT GETS employes, and by denying the rightof "Germans in Morocco" Tale I of the C. C. C. boys, which would

picketing at the Guide Lamp mean discipline and morale for .
Seems to Be False thousands of Americans and throat discern*
W WORSE plant in Anderson, Ind. young ,
General Motors accused the unionof THE latest general European if needed, would provide the nucleusof fort are quickly
,: Check it before it gets down. Check it relieved by St. Joseph
: you war scare has subsided. It was a trained citizenarmy.Seems .
before others maybe the children catch it. violating the truce by refusingto Genuine Pure Aspirin.
'f'. Check it with FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR. remove sit-down strikers from caused by France's announced determination to me there is every reason

1'"" and This double-acting speeds recovery.compound Soothes gives raw quick, irritated relief all the plants. Vice President Knud- to stop, by force if why congress should enact the leg- WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT

,',. tissues;quickly allays tickling,hacking.Spoonful sen had wired G. E. Boysen, head necessary, the alleged islation, not as a warlike gesture,
makes for No
on retiring a
'.,, habit-forming stomach-upsetting drugs. Ideal I of the Flint Alliance which acts for infiltration ofF but as a peace-time move for national 1 1
for children,too. Don't let that cough due to a the nonunion men, that the com-, ;., German troops into defense and national protec
cold hang onl! For quick relief and speeded .
t, recovery insist on FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR. pany would protect-the rights of all Spanish Morocco, tion. But watch the professional
its employes and would discuss any and Great Britainwas pacifists fight it.

with the alliance ready to sup
[ WNU-7 4-37 question or any S *
of the workers. This port the French
group so en-
with its fleet. But Actors Trading Careers.
Martin who claims for
raged now
his union a majority of the em- Hitler and his am- HALF-WAY across the continent, IiIiI1FLOWERS
have succeeded in
bassador to France
ployes, that he directed the strikersnot
Hollywood and are headed east, hop-
to evacuate the Flint plants. convice
nations ing to break into the legitimate

stage on Broadway, pass actors
that the stories
Wallace. Will Buy Eggsto Gen. Goering were false and that who, having succeeded on Broad-

Aid Producers Germany has no in- way, are heading west, hoping to

SECRETARY; OF AGRICULTURE tention of trying to grab any Span- break into the movies in Hollywood.It ROSES-Beautiful free catalog of two-year
everblooming plants. Lowest LanCRose
WEALTH AND HEALTHGood says the federal government ish territory. Paris cooled downat is a two-way traffic which grows Nurseries. Box 702-L, Tyler, Texas.

is going to buy eggs in order ; once, and to add to the peace heavier all the time.
health and
handicap yourself-get success go rid together.Don't of a sluggish, to remedy what .he describes atmosphere: negotiations were Thus we see how human hopesare REMEDIESOVERCOME

acid condition with tasty Milnesia the as a sharp drop in recent w' eks started for a trade treaty between uplifted and how curious a thingis CONSTIPATIONin

original milk of magnesia in wafer form. in the wholesale and farm prices France and Germany. human nature, not to mention Nature.an easy Send pleasant 10 cents way for with a trial the package.productsof 't.

Each wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls milk of of eggs. The surplus eggs taken Then, too, Col. Gen. Hermann human ambition. Also it's good for Address HOVER CO LABORATORIES, 'I 1
magnesia.Neutralizes acids and gives you from the market, he says, will be Wilhelm Goering, resplendent first railroad travel., 5713 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. .'

pleasant elimination. 20c,35c&60c sizes. distributed among persons 01 relief. minister of the German reich, wenton But if the jaybirds suddenly decided HOME WORK

Agriculture department reports, an official visit to Rome and to trade their nests for woodpecker -

however, show there is no surplus, was informed by Mussolini that holes and the woodpeckersfell MAKE $30 WEEKLY
and department spokesmansaid the Italo-British in heartily with the idea With your typewriter. Guaranteed instruc-
one recently signed we tions 20c. GFC. SERVICE, BOX C312. MT.
the government would buy few, Mediterranean agreement does not superior creatures could laugh at STN., LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.

if any eggs, providing farm and retail change Italy's friendship for Ger- feathered friends for being such
prices moved toward each oth- I many or its collaboration with the idiots.
reich on the major problems of IRVIN S. COBB. Complete plans Sl.OO postpaid.HOME Good in-
Wallace says the purchases Europe. I C WNU Service. come guaranteed or money refunded.
STAR PLANS, BOX 323, Nashville, Tenn.

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Foreign Words ,IMPROVED ULd2 Orders at Sea
/ [
i ;. Difficulty Teaches
: UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL ; At sea the engine room is the
and Phrases
6 is in-
a severe
; spot the ship, much hot-
,. set over us by the S ter than the fire rooms in these,

):..'. Ad Kalcndas: Graecas. (L.) At SUNDAY L supreme ordinance of a pa- days of fuel-oil furnaces and

the Greek Kalends, never (the esson rental guardian and legislator, forced draft. Away from the

Greeks no Kalends).' who knows us better than we small "islands"
having The Mark of of cool air com
I Beauty
By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, know ourselves and He lovesus
brilliant mind. ;
F. A down
Bel esprit. ( ) Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof Beauty is the mark God sets ing the ventilators, ther-
Compos mentis. (L.) In posses- Chicago. better too. He that wrestles mometers in the moist atmosphere ..
Western Newspaper Union. on virtue-Every natural actionis
with us strengthens our nerves,
sions of one's faculties. usually read around
100 de
.. graceful; 'every heroic act is
L.) Anew afresh. and sharpens our skill. Our an-
De novo. ( also decent, and causes the place grees. Every minute the big ship
:'.1,' '.: Esprit de corps. (F.) Loyalty to Lesson for January 31 tagonist is our helper. This and the bystanders to shine. is a"t sea an engineer stands close
amicable conflict
:,. one's comrades; the spirit of sol- with difficulty by the throttle of each engine. No
.. / That something is fact doesn'tmake
obliges us to consider. it in all a ,
.. : :.- below knows when
,,:, idarity. one an orderis
FINANCIAL COST OF ALCOHOLIC it a legitimate subject of
,' its relations. It will not sufferus
; Improvvisatore, improvvisatrice. coming down from the bridgeor
BEVERAGESLESSON conversation.A .
;.',':. '' (It.) An impromptu poet or to be superficial.-Burke. wire wife praises her husband's whether the next order will be

: poetess. x TEXT-Proverbs 21:17; 23:20: wit, and a wise husband an emergency command. As a
i"'i--:;, Jeu'd'esprit. (F.) A witticism. 21; Matthew 24:45.51: John 6:26: 27, 35. How many weary journeys praises his wife's beauty. result, every order is treated as
.!: ; _- Mauvaise quart d'heure. (F.) A GOLDEN,TEXT-Wherefore do ye spend have had to be undertaken for
,-i(. bad of an hour an awk- money for that which Is not bread? and want of a bridge between After all, "getting cold feet" an emergency and executed with
quarter ;
your labor for that which satisfieth not? knowledge and understanding? may indicate only coming to .one's split-second speed.-Popular Mechanics -''
; uncomfortable experience. -
\. :: ward or Isaiah 55:2.PRIMARY. senses. .
.. TOPIC-Why a Servant Lost
<.;.>. His Job.

JUNIOR. TOPIC-Why a Servant Lost His


What Drink. Really Costs in Dollars and .
foEaseaCOLD Alcoholic Beverages. Financial Asset or There's the Rub

Liability? "We women are always misun- ,

Temperance Sunday brings a, "Well, I've never yet met one

greatly needed opportunity to con- who tried to make herself plain." 0 0
sider the entire question of intoxi-

..,;.,' cating liquors. When the prohibition One of the Many "
amendment was under fire the
Artist One thousand wouldn'tbuy
1. proponents of repeal contended thatit this picture.OnlookerVell.

would, reduce taxes, cut down unemployment I'm one of the

eliminate bootleg liquor thousand.
Take 2 Bayer return men and women to tem-
Aspirin tablets The Vegetable Fat in Jewel is given <'
,; : ', "'{ 4 with a full glass of perate and decent habits. It Enough!
: remarkable shortening properties by ;:
Trater.If worthwhile noting that not a singleone
"Did I tell you about the new '
benefits has Swift's special blending of it with
of these expected home I just bought?"
bland fats. actual -,:
materialized. "Don't mansion it." other cooking By

Taxes on liquor have not reduced test, Jewel Special-Blend makes lighter, more :

general taxes. After all, what decent tender baked foods, and creams faster than the :

2 American would want his taxes The ice Ash wasn't Right slippery! any costliest types of plain all-vegetabi% shortening. ';
cut with "blood-money"? Bootleg-
more because Joe had sprinkled
ging thrives more flagrantly
la zv'sy.i.$ it and the kind old )
throat sore Evasion of liquor taxes in- ashes on lady
also,gargle with 8 ;,y :J: : ever. I was appreciative."My .
Bayer tableta in '' dicates that about half of America'sliquor J.
31 glass of water. ', is "bootleg." The specter of my, she my my'd. :
unemployment still stalks the land., "That's" what I call real benevolence ;r

The modern way to ease a cold is And, are our people temperate One '

: this: Two Bayer Aspirin tablets the could laugh if it were not so tragic! "Oh, no 'tain't, lady," correctedJoe

moment you feel a cold coming on. The consumption of liquor is fast wonderingly." "it's jus plain Read Our Advertisements 'j

I Repeat, if necessary, in two hours. If becoming a national disgrace. And everyday ashes. ,

I I you also have a sore throat as a resultof the tragedy is that Christians have ""

I dissolve 3 tablets in for the most supinely said ..,
the cold, Bayer part .5::. .T .;,.' ;?,air}+C
! M glass of water and gargle with this "What can I do?" and have done : ,

twice. The Bayer Aspirin 'you take nothing.The \ .

Internally will act to combat fever, repeal of prohibition was ;x,.:,.ya;.....i.(.:.:i::a.y..u.Jai, .,:of. .:?....; : ", ,1'.;
aches,pains which usually accompanya brought about by the indifference

cold. The gargle will provide almost of American voters. The issue was 1 HATE TO LOOK DEAR.- HURRYGLOOMS :4
\ settled the votes of less V ,
instant relief from soreness and rawness finally by SEE A WOMAN ISN'T MY NEW DRIVE THOSEJOYS ) f

I of your throat. Your doctor, we than voters.23 per Where cent were of the the registered other 77 THAT HAPPYCLOTHESTHAT'S/ a HAT A DREAM. ? OUT.
this modern
feel sure, approve .,,
cent ? Where they now?
i per are
i way. Ask your druggist for genuine
! ) ,Bayer Aspirin by its full name-not But our lesson goes deeper than LOOKS r ,:l!
the matter of intoxicating liquor. '
1 by the name "aspirin" alone. : .
It deals with two contrasted modesof LET'S MAKE 't ; .

living. What. a ,man is deter- TROUBLE PO !

E : mines what he does. If he lives HER : j

! for the flesh he will .pander to ,its :

! tastes. If he lives in the Spirit he

!H will not only be right in his atti-

I 4I tude toward liquor but toward every

1 1j j 15c phase of life, yes, even toward eat-

6! 2 FULL DOZEN FOR A FOR DOZEN 25c ing.Let us consider these two ways of TOME'L 1

" Virtually Ic a Tablet life-and weigh carefully our own

life decision. In which way do I

walk? Remember that one may live '
The End to the flesh even though he is nota / :J

When faith is lost, when honor winebibber. It is a matter of

dies, the man is dead- Whittier. heart interest and relationship to

in the Flesh.
Still Coughing? Living LET ME o -- THE TIME"- AND You KNOW IT'
The word- flesh in Scripture does ALONE''MVHEADACHE Qk -
not refer our physical flesh and '
No matter how many medicines
you have tried for your cough, chest blood, except as it is dominated by IS DRIVING r 0ME
cold or bronchial irritation, you can self-will. But when self-will rules CRAZY!
get relief now with Creomulsion.I the body, and God's will is ruled : .' :

Serious trouble may be brewing and out, a man lives in the flesh.
you cannot afford to take a chance
with anything less than Creomul- Our lesson gives a terrifying pic- .' 1
sion, which goes right to the seat ture of such a life. It makes a mana ,
of the* trouble to aid nature to senseless lover of pleasure for

soothe and heal the inflamed mem- pleasure's sake (Prov. 21:17). He >> LOOK ,
branes as the germ-laden phlegmis e
loosened and expelled. is a lover of wine, a glutton (Prov. v, OUT! ,:

Even if other remedies have 23:20, 21), careless (Matt. 24:48), 6EAT IT "

failed, don't be discouraged, your disorderly and unfaithful (v. 49), < :
r ";r druggist is authorized to guarantee and a professed follower of Christ : 9 \;
Creomulsion and to refund
'S"- money if you are not satisfied with your because of what it brings him 0 4 a

results from the very first bottle. (John 6:26). His end even in this o ,
Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) world is disgrace and poverty, and JOy pY

in the world to come, eternal judg-

ment (Matt. 24:51).
Gas Gas t11l1t6YJe
II. Living in the Spirit.
7fimegaos'illEat "They that are Christ's have cru- SWITCH TO POSTUM FOR so DAYS P?
cified the flesh with the affectionsand LIKE THE DOCTOR SAID? BAH/ AND WE COULD HAVE

lusts" (Gal. 5:24). They are THERE WRECKED THEIR HAPPINESS

.... SHeep therefore admonished to "walk in '; SCRAM! THEY FOR KEEPS POSTUMG0

"The gas on my stomach was so bad the Spirit," that is, to submit their f ALL RIGHT EVERYMAN -- HADN'T SPOILED OUR PLANS!'
1 could not eat or sleep. Even my IF''ou'LL ONLY
lives to the control and HAPPY
heart seemed to hurt. A friend suggested STOP ,
Adlerika. The first dose I took the Spirit of God. In other words FOR As
brought me relief. Now I eat as I ti NAGG/NG! !' LARKS
wish, sleep fine and never felt better." seek God's will, not self-will. HJMSELP.> ? V \
-Mrs. Jas. Filler. What kind of men and women are '
Adlerika acts on BOTH and S JOY
lower bowels while ordinary laxativesact those who live in "the spirit"? A
on the lower bowel only. Adlerika re-reading of our lesson texts reveals -
fives your system a thorough cleans
ing, bringing out old poisonous matter them as, wise, faithful, dili-
that you would not believe was in your gent, temperate, not following the ? )
system and that has been causing gas 4
pains, sour stomach, nervousness and Lord because of any gain to them- ?
headaches for months.Dr. .
II. L, Shoub, Nets York, reportc selves.
"In addition to intetllnal elaanring, Adlfrlkafreally What is their reward? In this
rfducei bacliria and colon bacilli."
>wela a REAL cleansing life they are entrusted with more
with Adlerlka and see how good you work for their.Master (Matt. 24:47). JOY :!
feel. Just one spoonful relieves GAS H ?
and constipation. At all Leading The reward for Christian work well ;

Druggists. done is more work. So if you are

} lazy, don't begin. But if the fires of
f "
holy ambition to serve him burn
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I I Pierces Favorite Prescription done. good and faithful servant." safely drink coffee..try Postum's 30- boil or percolate..and Instant Postum,made instantlyin

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the birth of my daughter, a tonic and it whether in the daily battle of life
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The Clewiston News by this treaty in December.The What makes the file clerk trembleso I 1-4 teaspoon salt I that her residence Port Office ad- '

enormously fertile soil, the ? Has some mistake been made? 2 tablespoons melted butter dress and place of abode is unknownand
peon labor and the freedom from He was a Jerry Carter man, the Crac- I it further apveqrJr.g! that thereis

Published Friday In Clewiston, many restrictions enjoyed by Cuban ker Colonel said.They're Beat, egg until light; add sugar' no person within the State of
have combined to force'Florida and continue beating. Sift flour Florida service of samraons on
NEWS growers i
Flida, by the CLEWISTON whom f .
would bind the said defend- )
growers into bankruptcy In cuttin' down the office force once before measuring. Add flour
Inc. wholesale numbers, or at least to and takin'. in the slack, ant.It
baking powder and salt which have is thereupon ordered and ad-
Editor show them how they soon will be They're lettin' out a lot of folks they
Keathley Bowden, been sifted together. Fold in meltedbutter judged that the defendant be and
bankrupt.It won't be takin' back. I and bake In a well greased and appear to said Bill of Complaint on

Entered as second class mall mat- is a situation which reflects no It's the only thing they.can do if they floured cake tin. Bake in moderate or before Monday, :March 1st A. D.
credit upon the congress of the Unit- want to save the jack, !1 1937.It .
the Post oven in cake
rpr February 1, 1927 at deep pan 9 inches in
Florida, under ed States if that body does not at And Mr. Cone starts shootin' in .the diameter. is further ordered that this no-
Office In Clewiston, I
once take steps to modify this treaty. morain': tice be published once a week for .
the Act of March 3, 1897. I When cake is taken from oven,
Hands of friendship across the Flor- There were several other verses 'four consecutive weeks In the Clew-
year. ida straits Is a splendid idea, but this but unfortunately space docs not per- cool and split into two layers. Place 'I iston News, a newspaper of general
Subscription rate, $2.00 per filling between the |
application. trade treaty goes much too far. Our mit their publication here. But I orange layers. circulation in Hendry County, Flor-
Advertising rates on growers, thus forced to clasp hands sent this bit of Press Breakfast Pl"o-I I When ready to serve, cover top I ida.

with Cuban growers, are in immediate gram for the benefit of those who I and sprinkle with grated orange rind. Done and ordered at LaBelle,

Devoted to the advancement and danger of being pulled overboardand could not attend. i I Florida this 19th day of January A.
D. 1937.

welfare of Clewis ton and Hendry sunk.-Miami Heraldarrrarrnrrrrrsr ..._.._.. ._._._._._.._. ......,.....,....'-1NNNNN. . ..INN.T.....1. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.

ounty. J Hints for Homemakers Clerk Circuit Court.
Weekly from Homo Demonstration By Jane Rogers Solicitor for Complainant.Jan. I
underway. -
The Tampa Fair is now :
Too Late To ClassifyBy I
Specialists, TallahasseeCITRUS 22-29, Feb. 5-12-19. 1937. I

The rain Wednesday night wouldbe ssell KaytBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBgMBHBBBBBI. ----o:..:..:+-.x.-..:w:M:-:..:..:..:..).:-:..:-: !
called a deluge in any other state.

CANDIES J. M. COUSECounselor ; :

Move over, Ocala, and give us a r I

place in the cross-state ship canal Winter Haven, Realm of Citrus What is a more distinctive contribution -' and Attorney at Law '
spotlight for a while.A closed her 1937 Florida Orange Festival to the sweets desired by the ', I

1 with all records smashed. For family than home made candies, especially -! Hopkins Bunding.. i I

record for the U. S. Sugar the first time in several years the when these candies are made JI Wednesdays and Saturdays '

Company. Five thousand tons is weather throughout the entire event with luscious Florida; citrus fruits. f
many a stalk of cane. was perfect. Great crowds swarmedthe The following citrus fruit candiesare I 9:30 to '4:00 '

festival grounds from early morning recommended to you: i ii

Clewiston is responding liberallyto 'till late at night. The exhibits,' Orange Fondant I

the Red Cross relief fund for flood were striking and beautiful; pageants This, while not a new recipe, is I I .dill.!. ......................................._...........'....................;..-r"...d...'...h... /I
colorful and gorgeous. Under the .
sufferers. easily made, is distinctive and always -I I ;
able management of Earl W. Brown, i
popular. In addition, many
of Florida didn't ask assisted by George Clements and an I
The counties
!mHE{ next time you serve Iced tea, I
pleasing variations may be made GoodFarm !
the road enthusiastic Board of Directors, the "
much road work ,from new JL try serving It as they do in
department-just thirty million dol- show was staged this year with a zip from the one' foundation formula. Hawaii at one of Honolulu's famous

lars worth. and dash that should attend such 3 cups sugar hotels. For each tall, cool glass I

events. 1-2 cup evaporated milk add to the tea mixture two table- Land .

The Supreme Court of the British The annual Press Breakfast, staged 2-3 cup orange juice spoons of canned, Hawaiian pineapple I
juice. Put in each glass a
Empire is called the privy councilbut by the Festival as a tribute to 1cup butter .
sprig of mint and a slice of canned
apparently works the same wayas the newspaper folks, was a brilliant Combine ingredients and cook to 1 pineapple sliced in the new, spear.. for Rent
our highest court when it comesto affair. Rivaling tke famed Washington like shape.

ruling on New Deal legislation. Gridiron Dinner, political lead- soft ball when tried in cold water. I
ers, foremost citizens and, journalistic -. Pour onto a buttered platter and let Do you realize ,how much cloth I
Dances all over the nation tonight stars were ribbed and razzed for; cool until mixture retains a dent window shades, selected to har- -z1
celebrate the birthday of President the better part of three hours to the: monizo with your curtains and draperies
Roosevelt but more important than delight of a crowd that jammed the I made by the finger. Stir with a spatula .can'add to the attractivenessof
that, provide thousands of dollars or large spoon until fondant is your home? There are lovely
hall and balconies and left many at
for the relief of the dread infantile smooth and creamy. I tones of cornflower blue, willow ,
the'' door and windows unable to
paralysis.A Orange Creams: Roll fondant into green, Circassian brown, poppy and TrespassersWill
squeeze in through the jam. balls. Top each 'with a strip of can- gray: Shades such as these are a
From the realm of ancient Persia died true boon to the fastidious house- Be
orange. peel.
broken spring, a sickening skid, wife. They're "processed" for long I
came Omar Khayyam with words of
a splash and the gurgle of water, Orange Nut Creams: Top fondant life and to withstand crinkling from ProsecutedClewiston
wisdom for scribes of the present balls
then death. So might the short his- with pecan half the ravages of steam, rain, and
tory of the bus accident on the Trail day.' .Seated before his. tent he gave Orange Cream Dates: Stuff stoned snow. Buy these good cloth window I

Monday be written. Seventeen more voice to a new Rubiat: dates with balls of fondant. shades for Fall re-decorating!

lives snuffed out in' the waters of ,The Moving Sholtz arises, Chocolate Orange Creams:!!: Coat l\t>
1 And having Riz, moves on. fondant naIls
a roadside canal. I with melted dipping I
II Not all the Elks in Florida chocolate.
RELIEF FUNDS Can call him back or make him Orange Coconut, Creams: Knead FOR HENDRY COUNTY. FLOR- x"\ ,

I Boss again. coconut into fondant. mixture. Shape, IDA
The present Ohio River flood is 1 into balls; SAnd H. C. DICKERSON,

one of the greatest disasters in the i Come fill the jobs and cheer for good Complainant, Realty And

history of the nation. Not only must old Fred! here's another cake recipe: VSEFFIE

the hundreds of thousands of refu- One thing at least is certain: Power Special Sponge Cake Defendant SMITH DICKERSON, DevelopmentCorporation

gees have medical' attention; food 3 eggs
is sweet.A DIVORCEIt
and clothing while the water is up, 1 cup sugar
four-year term is but a, little time 4 appearing by affidavit appended
but this aid must be continued for tablespoons cold water
And Governors can hire, but not 1-2 to the sworn Bill of Complaint in
some time to come. If you have not teaspoon lemon juice : i
the above entitled cause that the defendant -
made a donation as yet to the Red repeat.A 1 cup flour
Effie Smith Dickerson is a
Cross relief' fund do so at once. 1 teaspoon baking powder non resident of the State of Florida i.N.NI.....N..N.NON N ..-I.i N.N.N..N.NeN N..-".'-..N.;..
Not many years back Clewistonwas book of names, (Jim Lee's book is r i

glad to receive direct aid from a wow!)

the Red Cross, that organizationwhich A jug of high prices milk, fresh

stands ready at all times to from a cow'

help when disaster comes. Not only Besides me, seat a Winter Haven
do we believe that everyone should girl-

help as "much as possible in this Ah Wilderness were, Cypress Gardens SAVINGS SAFETY I
crisis but the opportunity is given everyone now. DIVIDENDS,

to become a member of the

organization and we should not turn Yesterday the Control Committee did

a deaf ear when our membership is prepare-' i

solicited Today looms, o'er our citrus; Oh I

dispair! ( '" Record of Dividends of

SUNK ay THE TREATY Drink, for the trees are heavy with : : : : .
< .:: Clewiston
their fruit t. ; : .. .; '. .:... :;'l Home'Building Association

That Cuban vegetable growers are Drink, for we know not if we'll ; { i ... '<. :: :;
dumping unusual quantities of winter ship or where. ; ijlH RATE RATE

produce upon the United States :. .
market in direct .i : .. :', YEAR PERCENT. YEAR PERCENT
competition with _
From Tallahassee, gone indeed is 'r. .
Florida growers is one of the unhappy Dave, '
CffJ. 1928 5.5. 1933
outcomes of the recoprocal trade But Florida has still some roadsto : : .t : : J '

treaty between this country and the pave. 1929 7 1934 V

island republic. Oh Paradise.-Oh Hell-and whatabout < (< ; 930 J :,:",..' : '4 J 935 .6 "
The "
treaty permits this reducing -
by \ .
the tariff on imported vegetablesand The cash that Cone promised he : "."''.;.... ..,.- .'... ..;',L''. ;;.'i': J 93 J ','-. '. ,:-.'...' 1,, 4' :' J 936 6.

fruits from Cuba right at the would ? -. ) ,: ,::.j '." ,: .' ;' '. .
save -.:-. ,""..'" 1932-J _.. .'16. .:- ..'', .' .
time-December, January and Feb- The above from the '
gems inspiredpen ::; ; c"
ruary-when most of the Florida of Jack Worthington, publisherof .. : )+ .,. "J; : :-: :/ ;<
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crop from the lower part of the the Lake Wales Highlander, and '
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state is ready for market. By some many more of like character kept '; / ')t
strange coincidence,. the allows -
treaty listeners in an uproar through the
this ... CALL BY. THE HOME
dumping when Florida is entire skit. -

putting out more than 60 per cent of Came also the bard of a'later dayas -- BUILDING OFFICE FIRST

herr crop and California and Texas Kipling presented a revamped ver- Invest your savings for safety and a good
are sending about 1 per cent of sion of Danny Deever; ."" THING TOMORROW AN.

theirs to market. The high tariff is:!! What are the people cheerin' for and return. Home Building has never paid TALK THINGS: OVER.
resumed at about the time these oth- the dividends rI
big parade? of less than 4 percent ,
per year.
er states begin shipping most of 'Cause Dave Is out and Fred is in, ; ,
their produce. the Cracker Colonel said. In these days of reduced interest on sav- '
Congressman Mark Wilcox: of this What \ 'I .j: "
makes so faces
many glum, and ings accounts and reduced returns on other
district is leading the fight to 'have other faces red? ,. i: '

.: the United States serve notice on They're dreadin' what they know will forms of investment Home Building offers ,: .. .. .:>, :

Cuba now that the treaty is to be come, the Cracker Colonel \.) .: ,'. ',
said. the
conservative, thrifty investor the in- ., : .;: '.
modified next August to establish a : :
tariff at all times upon Cuban pro- They're firin' off the cannonyoucan vestment best suited to his needs. Investigate ::.. : ,'

duce that will equalize the costs of hear its mighty roar Clewiston Home Building Asso-

production.. But it ain't the cannon's firin' makin' ft
Farmers here are ready to do battle some folks sore. ciation ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME \
for this principle, and why not? It's the firin' that's to follow they'redreadin' little $5.00 month much
't The price of green peppers dropped even as per or as as
from $1.06 net to the Florida farmer I For Mr. Cone starts sh ot1n' in the $1,000.00 J in a lump sum, you'll find a
in December to 35 cents a crate mornin' ASSOCIATIONPHONES
1 Home Building adapted to
after the treaty took effect this program your

month. Tomatoes, which: had netted !What makes: the stonos work so hard requirements. 102-103 :
Flu'ida growers $1.32 a crate in November
I and act like they're afraid?
4 dropped to 49 cents a crate Because they want
to hold their jobs, ,
r when the tariff wall .. ,. .
was dropped I the Cracker Colonel said. I '-


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...:..:..:..:..:..).:..:..:..:..:.:..:.. ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:":.- were awarded to Charles Miner, for itt, Mrs. Keathley Bo.vden, Mrs. J. E. Fifth Grade XCvs'j- I

first place and to Larry Knapp for Beardsley, Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Mrs.I. The fifth grade welcomes Inez -..,
1,. : Personal Mentiona :|:: second. In the -peanut hunt, Volney D. Leydig, Mrs. L. L. Spicer, Mrs. School News Haven from Wauchula, Florida Into .: ;}}
4- 'i' first and Fred Honricksen, Mrs. H. J. Ogles- their class. ,-J;
; ............................ ....................................''...............................,........... Owen Robbins, second.won prize Shirley by, Sixth Grade Xew&.I; :

:: ,:. a'*', D. G. Alston wa H business: vIsItor The refreshment table was deco- Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. A W. Editor .................__.Ethel Willis We are very sorry to lose one ot :1;, I
Sias G. Smith E. Ass't Editor Dernice O'Neal the members of our class. Sonny '. ,
. '" in Okeechobee '' esday. rated in green and white with bal- Mrs. E. Mrs. C. ,:
--_.--- loons, hanging over the table. Individual -: Mills Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. G. H. Sports EditorLeRoy Have II Vaughn will leave Wednesday, Jan /, :
Mr. and Mrs.\R. v. Patterson spent green and hite cakes with I Small, Mrs. J, E. Butler, Mrs. W. W. I Advisor ....Miss Dorothy Lockhart uary 27, for Canal Point, where he .-J'i
Mrs. E. P. Matrix Mrs. M. will finish this term of school. I'm ;'
Perry, F.
Tuesday In Mi am:. candles and ci sain were served. I ,. '
A large birthday: rake was in the I Rodriguez, Mrs. "ft"". A. Davis, Mrs.S. First Grade News-- sure we will all miss him. :'-
--f: L. Crochet, Mrs L. C. Rosenberg, Carline Junior News--- .'."
Mrs. C. H. Settle Moore Haven center of the table Reading honor roll: Bern 1
". : "visited friends hero Wednesday. Those present T; ere: Patricia and Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs. T. B. Shel- er, Kim Kolstad, Virginia Turner, The Junior class hold a meeting .;' ',
Joan Linkswiler, Volney Robbins, ley, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. W. C. Mary Ruth Johnson, Betty Lou Wednesday to elect a vicepresident.Jack ;}

,. -'i ) Mrs. H. J. B. Schuinberg and Mrs. Anne Elizabeth Pr witt, Jean Yena- Hooker, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs.J. Emrich, Mary Kathrine Dyess, Clif- Wynn was elected. ,;',,'
,' A. Rumbley, Mrs. B. E. Herring, The Junior and Senior high school '
O. H. Scharnberg "ere visitors in wine, Kay Bowden, Shirley Owen ford Beatty and David Golden. I I .
,'. West Palm Beach Monday.. Charles Miner, Clark Ironmonger, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. M. E. Mor- Spelling honor roll: Gladys Jack were entertained Friday afternoon "'l'

,;,;} '.," Bobby Lawler, Bobby Berner, Bev- rison, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. W. son, Jewette Golden, Virginia Turner with an informal debate. The question .i.:,
-- P. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler was: Resolved: "That the Gov- ':
> Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner and oly Flaniken, Richard! Knight, Dan- Lillian Golden, Mary Ruth John-
,.: son, Charles, and Paul Hendry,i ny Dickman, Rachel Miner, Emma Mrs. Robert MacLaren, son, Mary Katherine Dyess, Betty ernment Should Prohibit the Post- :}
were Fort Myers victors; Sunday. I Jane Ezelle, Larry and Mitzi Knapp, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin Lou Emrich,. Clifford Beatty, Laura ing "of Billboards Along the High ;
---- : Skippy' Cothern, Dude Smith, Patsy Carleton, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs.R. Mae Jacobi, Carline Berner, Estelle I way. ::tJ

J Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. J. V. Four-; Meredith, Johnny Schiffli, Billie N. Smith, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Richards, Ruby Ricks, Billy Mayn- Ed Clark argued the affirmative ,1

\:: : mey and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad visited I(I Broadfoot, Joe Schroeder, Carol Joy W. H. Bradnack, Mrs. R., H. Collins, ard and Kim Kolstad. side of the question and Bobby Pat-
. ;, in West Palm Beach Monday.Mr. Alston and Harry Vaughn. Mrs. J. 'F. Curry, Mrs. J. B. Dotterer, We are glad to say that our en- terson the negative side. After the :
:: "I I Mrs. G. S. Mobley, Mrs. M. T. Iron- rollment has increased to thirty-four.l I debate the winner was chosen by a 'J j
and Mrs. F. I. Hill and Mr. MRS. YENAWINE HOSTESS TO monger, Mrs. O. H. Roberts, Mrs. C. We( enrolled two girls this week. standing vote. The negative side n '
and Mrs. G. E. Smith were visitors WEDNESDAY'' BRIDGE CLUB B. Roberts, Mrs. F. M. Sathre and They are: Norma Wooten and :Viola!won. Ethel Willis acted as chairman. '}

in West Palm Beach Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Lanier. Also Misses Val- Haven. Viola is from Wauchula, Before the debate, an election was a9;:

I I Mrs. M. E. Yenawine was hostessto erie Robinson, Jane Harrington, Florida; and Norma is from Troy, held for a president of the debating "
I her bridge club at her home Wed- Mignonne St. Martin, Marion Leydig, Ala. society. This office had been vacant .
M. W. Bigg and R. L. Coker,
nesday afternoon. Bessie Lewis, Margaret Walsh, Fran- Second Grade Nev&The -- since Elva Alston left at Christmas j
,"', Jr., were visitors in West Palm
Beach Saturday.Mrs. High score prize, a linen luncheonset ces Morgan, May Lily Stone, Ulla 100% spellers: Joan Crouch, '_;a
___ 'went to .Mrs. D. G. Alston, cut Jacobsen, Marcia Avant, Saundal Pat Bailey,' Bobby Maynard, Harriet Ed Clark was' chosen to fill this '>i

F. Deane Duff spent sevaral prize, a luncheon set to Mrs. M. R. Watson, Mary Snell, Dorothy Craig, Alston, William McCracken, Nancy vacancy and we are sure he will be ';

days last week in Palm Beach visiting Lawler and low score prize, a break- Dorothy Lockhart, Lucille Hamptonand Wright, Janice Norton, Grace Ward, a successful leader.SUBSCRIBE .

"' her mother, Mrs. F. E. Bryant. fast set, to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. Con- Lavonia Congdon. Jacqueline Bledsoe, Mary Ellen 1
gealed dessert, cake'and coffee were Smith, Gilbert McCloud, Ruth Em-

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson left served. COMMUNITY CHURCH rich, Bobby Courson, June Espen- TO THE NEWSG. ',:
for Others playing were: Mrs. Keath- Sunday, January 30, 1937 laub and Clarence Styles. -,
'.. Thursday morning Tampa on a I ;
;, business trip.Monsignor. ley Bowden, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.I. ---... Third Grade News- l
I M. Pafford, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Dr. D. Jenkins Williams, Pastor. Spelling honor roll: Doris Simmons -

and Mrs. L. C. Miller. Shirley Moon, Mayme Johnson,
McKloskey; of Red Evening Sermon: "Change of At- .:
Onida Johnson, Joyce Bullen, Noley
Bank, N. Jer., was the guest of Fr.I titude".
Geiger, Nora Oglesby, Mamie Trice
J. F. Walsh Monday. MRS. H. A. BESTOR GIVES Music Eye, Ear, Nose and ThroatAt
and David Belcher.
r Prelude-"The Lord Is Near" Fourth Grade News- Dr. S. J. Simmon's office i
't't Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. J.
I Beethoven, choir. Spelling honor roll: Betty McDuffie Belle Glade
V. Fourmey and H. R. Hall were vis-I
,Mrs. H. A. Bestor entertained with
Nicky Schiffli, Marilyn Davis,
Special-"Seek Ye The Lord"choir -
;' -, itors in West Palm Beach Saturday.Mrs. .
afternoon tea at her home Tues-
an Christine Redish, Parmelia Bourne, Glasses Fitted
Every Monday -:-
day afternoon for her mother, Mrs.J. with solo by Katherine Lawler Doris Poole, Elsie Bembry, Sue Von
J. M.: Hulsey and daughter, W. Francis, who is visiting her. Offertory-"Still, Still With, Mach, Sherwood Hall and Harry
Geraldine, of Rockmart, Ga.,
are Sandwiches, cakes and tea were serv- Thee." Chapman.
visiting Mr. and ,Mrs. A. L. Morgan. ed. j

Those calling were Mrs. W. P.
Mrs. W. L. Mobley: and Mrs. Gor- Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. M. S. Ludekens,
don S. Mobley visited, in West; Palm Mrs G. B. Rackstraw Mrs. M. J.

Beach. Monday. Hirsh, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. Olin ,

Carleton, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H.: Scharnberg Robert MacLaren, Mrs. G. E. Link- FLORIDA SDAYSJ7ARZFOAW
r of Boston, Mass., arrived Friday to s"'ilerIrs- M., C. Johnson, Mrs. A.

visit Mr. Scharnberg's parents, Mr. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. Maie Wright. ,
and Mrs. H. J. B. Scliarnbarg. Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Mrs. J. E.

Beardsley, Mrs.. B. Roberts, Mrs.
Mrs. 'H. J. B. Scharnberg returned O. H. Roberts, Mrs. D. J. Williams; ,
( ,1 last Friday from New York City Mrs. O. A., Jones and Mrs. Paul Bri DAYS
-. r1 where she has been, visiting for several ant. ,

,I weeks.- qwk 4 .

R. M. Hare. Jr., who
recently accepted -
r a position in Canal Point, 1 4'f '-
"; spent last week-end with his family \ '.t'._ \ :..
The Garden Club held its
'; here. regular Y: lb 0 .
monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon -
I with Mrs. O.-A. Jones as host-
Berkley Blackburn, from the district ess.
U. S. Engineer office in Jack-( Routine business was disposed of st 3

sonville was a business visitor here and was followed by a discussion of
Thursday. I a donation to flood relief fund. It

1 was decided to make a club donation.An .
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Greene
of Ur- article on rose culture was read
bana, Ill:, were the guests of Mr. I by Mrs. F. M. Wright. Plans. were
and ,Mrs. F. :M. Wright on Saturday made for the February meeting to be
{ of last
week. held with Mrs. Leah Spicer.

-- :-- 'The hostess served cookies and
'r Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and, children an iced drink to: Mrs. J. B. Dotterer,
and Mrs. W. P. V&I:ghn, Sr., left Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. F.I..

f Wednesday to join Mr.[ Vaughn in Wright, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs.
'l... Canal Point and make their future Leah Spicer, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell,
.' home. I.
'',, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. G. B.
'I.-... .".
" -- ---- Rackstraw, Mrs. 1:. Y. Patterson,
".i." Col. Earl North, district U. S. Engineer Mrs. F. I. Hill and Mrs. Paul Briant.
: ,
. from Jacksonville, and Cara-
: : wan Nelson, also from the Jacksonville MRS. DUPF ENTERTAINSWITH .
:; office were here Thursday on TEA THIS AFTERNOONMrs.
;,:, an inspection trip.

'_"i ___ F. Deane Duff entertainedwith
4 Mrs. WJ. H. Whatjey returned to an afternoon tea at her home on
her home in Fort Me."Je; Tuesday af Del Monte Avenue this afternoon
ra So many places to go, so many thingsto improved to give finer performanceand
: .I from four to six o'clock. The affair
was said to have been one of the do, so much to see in Florida. Andon greater economy. Or, at the low-

Mrs. W. C. Prewitt took her home' most delightful of the present social Florida highways and byways you est Ford price in years, you can
and returned Wednesday. s .
I season. \ will see 1937 'Ford V-8s in ever-increasing choose from several models equippedwith
Roses were used profusely in deco-
. ,/1.' Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones had as I rating the rooms as well as other numbers-for no trip seems the new thrifty "60" V-8 whichis

:l ,' their guests Sunday, Mrs. Jones' garden flowers. Mrs. D. Jenkins Wil- long or expensive in this modern car. setting records for outstanding .
-: entire family. They were Mrs. H. liams and Mrs. 0.. F. Schiffli pour-
;;; Briant, of Atlanta Ga., her V'I ed during the first hour and Mrs. The Ford V-8 places, all of Florida's gasoline mileage. Whichever you

'.r-:" I er; a brother, Paul Briant, his wife W. C, Owen and Mrs. Fred I. Hill varied attractions at your fingertips choose you get the same big, roomy,
and son, Tom, of Decatur Ga. and the :
during last.
; T
another brother and hrings added pleasure to these comfortable car all-steelbody. .
Wayne: Briant and Guests invited were: Mrs. C. L.
son, Jimmie, of Miami, Mrs. 'Paul Downs, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. J. ',:'i: golden, sundrenched days. safety glass all round at no extra

Briant and son, Tom, remained for ''V. Fourmey, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. G. .' charge. action safety
.: And have choice of two new easy
r a longer visit. 'W. Sparks now you a
... Mrs. M. E. VonMach,
' Fr. J. F .walsh/ pastor of St.Margaret's Scharnberg, Mrs. J. W.. Ezelle Mrs. I "
't /:; :with the famous 85" V-8, further THE LOW-PRICE FIELD.
", Catholic church here had 0. H. Jones, Mrs. Paul Briant, Mrs.B. ,
-i: I as his guests Sunday Archbishop A. Bourne, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. I ,,-,: ,
.'1 Mooney, of Rochester, N. Y., and J. W. Francis, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, I Visit Ford Florida ExpositionAt
?' .n former spiritual advisor in the North Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli Miami
:. American College of Rome, Italy; Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Wilfred

;: Monsignor Reidy, head of the Nation Lockhart, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. H.
Welfare Conference of Washing- R. Hall, Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs. M. ron 1937
a..\ ton, D. C., Monsignor Casey, also H. Crouch, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. NEW FORD VeS
from a northern city and Fathers Mrs. Maie
Wright; Mrs. M. W., Bigg. .
..il' .., Keogh, Hawkins and Carr, of Miami.: Mrs. J. A. McGehee,
) Mrs. D. J. Williams, Mrs. A. A.
<,j' BOBBIE! SMITH .. CELEBRATES 1 1'J Munroe, Mrs. C. ,E. Nail, Mrs. J. F.
:\\'J FIFTH BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY Tippey, Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mrs.

"1 Foster Meredith, -Mrs. Joe Masters,
J Bibbie Smith celebrated his fifth Mrs. J. N. Niblack, Mrs. M. J. Hirsh, Hendry County Motors Inc
birthday with a party at the homeof Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. M. S. ..
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Ludekens, Mrs. D: G. Alston, Mrs. J. '
Smith on the government reservation I J. Albright Mrs. H. R. Knight, Mrs.C. Clewiston: Fla. E. M. Cornette Mgr.

Tuesday afternoon.In I E. Miner, Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mrs.
a do.nkey tail contest prizes M. E, Yenawine, Mrs. H. H. Prew-


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The Thinker Is the

Real Ruler of World ,1j


/ Behind the invention there is

the inventor; behind every discovery -
JAMES W. BARTON I there is the pioneer; and

Talks About behind each new thought there is

By MARY SCHUMANN DinitrophenolVOU the thinker.
The thinker is thus the real :
are not hearing reading
or ruler of the world. He initiatesnew
as much now about the use of
ideas, he is behind each great !
dinitrophenol for
reducing weight.
advance that is made and really !
Service The
Copyright by Macrae Smith Co. fact that about one in every
it is he who determines ,the line !
I seven using it develops a skin rash,
I along which mankind is destinedto
and that cases of cataract collapse
SYNOPSIS ried a dentist in ''Rochester, go to House. It was great to see him. and even death have resulted, has, advance. The thinkers are the i
the seashore. But she had shaken I hadn't talked to him for a year. naturally made world's real leaders; can we not i
Keria Marsh, pretty, selfish and twenty, arrives her head. She was contented here.It You know Doc and I were just what afraid of this overweights some as well say that 'they are the I
home in Corinth from school and is met was no fun at the seashore if he like that," he crossed his fingers, drug world's real rulers? The pen is
by her older brother, Hugh. He drives her to ItJs perhaps fortunate, generally
mightier than the sword! Rev.
the Marsh home where her widowed mother, couldn't go along. "when we were boys. -
Fluvanna, a warm-hearted, self-sacrificing and Late Saturday afternoon traffic "Go on," said Dorrie. "That'snot w. speaking, that many E. Neville Martin, M. A. i
understanding soul, welcomes her. Kezia's sis tied up the crossings in a tangle of all." are afraid to use
ter, Margery, plump and matronly with the The dinitrophenol be-
with them. cars and hurrying pedestrians. "Not all? Just about. He had "
care of three children, is at lunch cause its by
Hugh's wife, Dorrie, has pleaded a previous September heat was as oppresiveas some foolishness that I'm not look- use Continental United StatesThe
engagement. On the way back to his jol, at that of July, and it seemed a ,:ry anybody and everybody -
ing well, and wants to see me Mon- term "continental
fore ; without United
the steel plant founded by one of his to his home. When he a phy-
bears. Hugh passes Doc Hiller, a boyhood long way day at his office." He looked at sician's supervisionis States" is somewhat ambiguous. j jI
friend whom be no longer sees frequently because entered his front door he was grate- her from the tail of his eye. Shouldhe dangerous. Strictly speaking, "continental" I
of Dorrie's antipathy. Fluvanna Marsh ful for the coolness of the house.
wakens the next morning from a dream about He whistled a signal and receivedan have said that? Would she be .,, However, Dr. W. pertains to a continent, and "con- j
her late husband Jim. whose unstable character I alarmed? i" G. Campbell, chief tinental United States" should in- j
I IPendleton' from upstairs. He
she fears Keria has inherited. Ellen answer But Dorrie was observing him : of the federal food clude all of the United States on
the for few min-
is artistically looked at a
comes over. She an paper with faint derision. "Go with and administration the continent of North America
inclined girl who is a distant niece of Flu- utes before going up. on 1 drug i
vanna's. She happily tells Fluvanna she has the rest of it." (Washing- but as more commonly used the ',1) I
Dorrie dressing when he
become engaged to Jerry Purdue. Ellen fears was "What do you mean?" Dr. Barton ton), points' out term is synonymous with "United
that her father and mother, Gavin and Lizzie. entered their room, was pinningthe I States "
will not approve the match. Hugh and Dor, shoulder of her yellow dress. Hugh, you have no finesse-absolutely "that dinitrophenolnow proper, and excludes
rie go out to the Freeland Farms to dance none! You were just aboutto forms the basis of a half dozenor Alaska as well as the- other non-
her cheek and he
with their friends. Cun and Joan Whitney. She pointed to say, "Let's have the Hillers over more patent medicines on the contiguous territories, dependencies !
Whitney, who has been out of work has a kissed her there. "My make-up, n. rket. The indiscriminate of and possessions.
some night soon. We've never returned use
new position. Cun End: Dorrie dance: togetherand she said smiling.ICHasn't it been :
while. with the dinner for these preparations will most likelybe
then disappear for a Dancing they gave
hot? I envied highup
Joan, Hugh is amazed to find her in tears. ghastly you us-now' weren't you?" followed by poisoning." Dr. P .rce's Pleasant Pellets made of
Apparently she has some secret worry over in your cool office.
effective in
"I don't think I was," replied Fortunately one of the physicianswho May Apple are removing ;
her husband. Cun. When 211en and Jerry "It was hot there, too. You're accumulated waste-Adv.
speak about their engagement to Ellen's par looking unusually devastating. Hugh with irritation. "It wouldn't has done most of the research body I

ents. Lizzie with is her disagreeable imagined ailments.until Jerry The sympathizes mat.- What's the answer? Are we going have been any use ana they work on dinitrophenol, Dr M. L.
Discouragement a Destroyer
ter is left pending. Unexpectedly Hugh has out?" probably wouldn't come if we did Tainter, Los Angeles, outlines in.
to visit a neighboring city on business. Return "We're going over to Joan's- ask them. They'd tell us to 4,0 hang the Journal of the American Medical Discouragement does not do
ing home to ask Dorrie to accompany him he have things-it disarms and destroys. t
have ?" She did not --they some pride. a form of treatmentfor ti
finds her telephoning. In confusion she quickly : you forgotten i
hangs up without saving good-by. She ,say it with a hint of impatienceas You're mad, teased Dorrie. those poisoned by this drug.
finally agrees to accompany him. They spenda she usually did when he for- "Do get mad often! I like you when "As there is no special drug that

delightful day and Hugh is happy. At a got; her tone was indulgent. "Hadto you storm like that and get red in overcomes dinitrophenol, the treat-
family party, Kezia encounters Jerry. Ellenis 1.
the face! ment is directed toward getting the
work after-
disturbed when Jerry is absorbed by Kezia. late again Saturday
Kezia goes out of her way to charm Jerry.' noon, poor Hugh? Why don't you "Oh-rot!" He pulled his tie un- drug out of the body. When the pa-

Fluvanna is concerned about Kezia, who is lie down and nap for a half-hour done and retied it, muttering, "We tient is first seen the stomach shouldbe I
evasive about dates' she has been having at could have been courteous to themat washed out with large volumesof
night.. She muses over the resemblance of before your bath? I'll call you
Kezia to her late husband, recalling how temperamental in time." least!" water containing baking soda
moody and improvident he had "Bridge?" In silence he finished dressingand (about a tablespoonful to the quartof

death-how been. She recalls after! drinking the tragic and picture gambling of his to "Yes; but one of Joan's good in silence they got into the car. water). A large amount of water

excess he is faced with financial ruin how he chicken and spaghetti dinners first. Half-way to the Whitneys, she may be left in the stomach to take t.a .

tries to force her to mortgage her resourcesto You'll like that." She folded the laid her hand on his knee. "Be the place of the water lost by profuse
pay his debts and threatens her with a nice she coaxed. sweating. If is
pure oxygen
he spread of one of the beds with
gun, how in a struggle for its possession
it fatally wounded.CHAPTER. meticulous care, pulled down the His left brow went up whimsically. available the,patient should breatheit
sheet invitingly.He "You be nice." in through a mask. To reduce

could have slept for hours but "I will," she promised, and be- fever, the victim should be placedin CHILDREN'StNAN

; VIContinued12 he was awakened in a few min- gan to chat gayly about the clever a bath tub containing ice wateror

utes by Dorrie standing over him way an agent for a coffee concern m an ice pack."

"I've been counting the days until saying: "Time to dress, Hugh." had wormed his way into the house The point then is that by washingout

my vacation and it seems as thoughI Drowsily he opened his eyes. The that\ morning. "He was just like a the stomach and putting the vic-

could scarcely wait. The cabin late sunlight was glimmering yel- phonograph!" tim in a bath tub of ice water-a A MUSiAAD

has a big fireplace where we can low .on the ivy which arabesquedthe "Treat them kindly, even if you treatment that can be given at gtStt0. PLASr rA

burn logs on cool nights; it's near screens. He had to dress and dor.'t buy," he advised Dorrie. "It's home-the lives of these victims MILDInwardly

enough to town-ten miles-so that go out 'to that confounded dinner- the hardest kind of work, and they may be saved in many cases.

our friends can drive out to see us.We'll play cards. make scarcely anything." RightIf
Poisoning Cases Rare.
have suppers for themplayyardssingdance "Would you like me to layout "I ordered a couple of pounds of inwardly right do not vex
his coffee-sent him his However, poisoning occurs only at
to the radio, on way re
your shirt' and tie? Put the but- yourself.Persius.Less .
rare intervals and usually from
Miss! Ruskin said. joicing.
tons in collar? Dorrie spoke
your Cun greeted them at the door, ing doses that are too large. Dr. I
"Friends mused Hugh. "Any I
gently. As if she had been in error
special ones?" about and tacitly with a hearty welcome. "The ice Tainter and his associates: Drs. A. Monthly DiscomfortMany ,I
'something was
is almost melted! I made the mis- B. Stockton and W. C. Cutting, who
of her who suffered -
"Special? The reticence apologizing.He women, formerly
take of shaking them up too early! have studied this drug for over five
blood made sud- from weak run-down
English her look rose, rubbing his eyes. No a condition -
Come on, Joan." years report as follows on its value
denly shy. "You mean men? Well, apology was needed of course. It as a result of poor assImilatIon -
'Joan came hurrying in from the for the treatment of overweight:
of food benefited ,
there's always someone whotakesan was understood between them that say they by
interest." Saturday night they should enter kitchen; the open door wafted in an "One hundred and seventy selected taking CAHDUI, a special medicine :
odor of appetizing food. "Are the overweight patients (20 males and
for women. They found it helped to
"And he'll out? tain somewhere. Perhapsshe
go "
Marshes dry-or wet? 150 females) were given sodium di- increase the appetite and improve
"Yes. felt the
bridge was an
game 'Evening, Joan! Very dry with nitrophenol by mouth for an aver- digestion, thereby bringing them
"We ordeal. "I'll white flannels
can't well
get along very : wear" this blistering heat." age of 88 days, each being givenan more strength from their food. j i

unless someone takes an interest, !I and a blue coat. "Well, soak this up," said Cun, average daily dose-of 5V4: grains. Naturally there is less discomfort 1
? If it's too special I'll lose ThEm you'll want a white shirt
can we i
refilling Hugh's half-emptied glass. The average increase in metabolicrate at monthly periods when the system
my very good stenographer, how- and a blue tie. Dorrie pulled open "Dorrie, say when." (rate at which the body processes I has been strengthened and the vari-

ever. That would be a calamity his drawer.He Joan's table, with its lace cloth, work) was about 11 per cent ous functions restored and regulated.

unless-it was essential to your felt revived by her sympathy, tall candles and centerpiece of red for each IVz' grains daily dose. The Cardul, praised by thousands of women.
in better spirits alert. Late- is well worth trying. Of course, if not
happiness. more
lavender wild asters, was attrac average loss of body weightwas benefited, consult a physician.
"He hasn't enough money," said ly she seemed to be thinking tive. She kept no maid, and served 17 pounds for each patient withan

Miss Ruskin in a low tone She thoughts apart from him, listeningto everything herself with the aid ofa average loss of about 1% pounds Genius
moved her pad on her knee and him and not hearing what he tea The
spaghetti Their
wagon. was weekly. food intake was not Genius-the for
capacity taking
lifted her pencil for his dictation. said. Sweet sometimessharplycritical
cooked in Italian style with a highly reduced but they were not to eat pains.-Napoleon.
Hugh turned in his swivel chair others. seasoned pepper and tomato more food than had been their cus-
and sheaf of letters. He took his shower and -
picked up a was sauce; the spring chickens were tom."
"Just one or two of these shouldgo dressing when, Dorrie said: "Any- browned to a delicate crispness; Now why were these

out today. The others can wait.I thing happen today down town?" the endive salad had a dress- able to get such excellent physicians results Today I AtoONIONS

know you want to get away "Not much. Just the usual." ing made of yolks of eggs and rose- from dinitrophenol? It was becausethe

early." Then his face brightened. "Yes, it petal vinegar i the dessert was drug was free from impuritiesand {

"Mr. Marsh," said Miss Ruskin did. I had lunch with Doc Hiller, strawberry shortcake.TO the patients were under supervision Hospitals use carminatives

speaking with an effort, "you say met him in the grill of the Renshaw ( BE CONTINUED) at all times. colic"to caused relieve bv"wind indi- ?)

we can't get along without some- i gestion. You shouldtoo.
one who takes an interest. I say Avoid soda and

we can't get along without a vaca- Each Good Book Ticket for Voyage Away Dizziness Try other"RRR"harsh which products.has -_ -
When an attack of dizziness oc- nodisagreeablelaxative I,
tion. It helps us to look at things
From Commonplace and MatterofFactWhat curs there is often the feeling on after effects. You will
differently; we are stronger to take like it.For 90 years"RRR"has been usedto
of troubles when : the part of the patient that thereis give quick relief from cramps and gas
care we come finer thing may be said of who writes it. How wide
a cor- something wrong with his heart. pains due to unwise eating. Its carminative -
back. You haven't had a vacation. any man or woman than that he or respondence, then, and how many As a matter of fact most cases of stimulating,or warming certain,effect involuntary expels the gas and by

You-you" look as if you neededone. she has been a lover of literature, comrades one must have who is a ;dizziness come from a disturbancein muscles.Buy"RRR"at your druggist nerves 35c.

a friend of books? An appreciationof citizen of a comprehensive library! the ear or in the liver. Gener- For FREE trial size write

Hugh shook his head. "Just lack life itself, of all sentient things, The guides and mentors of ages ally but not always when ,the objects 'RAD WAY&CO.,Inc.208 F-1 Centre St.N.Y.

of exercise. I'm all right. Too of art and history, is implied in the past, but while memory functions about the patient seem to be WARMTH WORKS WONDERSFOR

many problems this summer: to get phrase. An interest in events, past i never gone, address the reader going "around and around", or the INDIGESTION .

J away. Starting tonight, I'm walk- and present; and in dreams for the over the tides of the years, and patient himelf seems to be going

ing home-two miles. I'm going to future is indicated. There are no the gifted inhabitants of lands he around and around, the trouble is i .m _

walk night and morning-exercise is artificial boundaries, no frontiers, : never sees save in imaginationgrasp in the ear, whereas when things appear -

all I need." no parochialisms, to bind the receptive -: his hand across barriers to be going up and dowr or

After she left the room, he re- roving ruind of such a I which serve but to contribute zest the patient feels that he is going up

membered that Doc Hiller, whom he soul. Through the windows of'' to their salutation. A process of and down the liver is at fault.. "Quotations"Life

had run into at lunch had said the printed pages the spirit looks out continual refinement goes on in the When the ear is at fault, that is -v-

same thing. Doc had asked him over a universal scene in which nature of the bibliophile under the the part of the ear that "balances"the as measured today is muchtoo

what he was doing to himself the untrammeled democracy of :influence of his acquaintance with body, it is very often due to short for those who have work to

burning the candle at both ends? He endless time and limitless space : "all that mankind has done some trouble in the nose and the do.-Dr. Serge V ornon.If .

had gazed at him critically. "You'd prevails. Each volume is a ticket thought, gained or been." sinuses adjoining the nose. Acuteor I have a philosophy, it would

better drop in some noon, let me for a voyage away from the com- Of worldly wealth, trinkets ol chronic catarrh, or infection of resolve itself into an effort not to

look you over. That old plant will monplace and the matter-of-fact, a gold or metal disks in bank, the the sinuses immediately behind the make anybody suffer unnecessarily., 1Mrs. :\

be there after you're dead and gone, passport to the infinite, the beauti- booklover may have little, but, on nose are the commonest causes of Franklin D. Roosevelt '' ,

my boy You are killing yourself ful and the true. The traveler departing, he leaves a vast estateof this dizziness which is usually accompanied The man who.has not anything to

with overwork." grows rich in memories and hopes, spiritual treasures garnered up by nausea. boast of but his ancestors is like a

He took his hat to leave the of- experiences and anticipations. Liv- ', to inspire those who will come Treatment during attacks consistsof potato-the only! good belonging to

' fice. Five o'clock-Saturday after- ing becomes a wonderful game after and tread a like path to a any quieting medicine such as him is underground. ThomaiOierbury.

noon. He would walk home, although and death is nothing to fear or like destination. Men and women, phenobarbital. While this is a most .

he didn't feel like it. distrust. and perhaps little children, think- helpful drug, there is the chance Peace rules the day, here reason

It would be good to have a vaca- Francis Bacon said that good ing back over an extinguishedname that the patients may acquire the rules the mind.-Collins.

,. tion, play and swim as Miss Ruskin books are true friends. His view will sum up in a single sen- "barbital habit." The ladder of life is full of splinters

intended doing, but that was out was amply justified. Robert Louis tence almost the very best that The attacks of dizziness due to hut they always prrc! the hard

of the question. He had urged Stevenson believed that, "Every they may say of the absent com the liver are prevented or controlledby est \\lie" we're sliding] down.- ('. L.

, Dorrie to go away, visit her sister book is, in an intimate sense, a rade when they speak of him atone cutting down on rich starch or I BrouncU

j Beryl, ov her mother who had mar- circular letter to the friends of him who was a friend of books fat foods.
Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.

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I Forming CharacterT No Haggling Over

HE process of character- Such Trifling AmountIt

: formation goes on throughthe
OUR COMIC SECTIONFINNEY action and interaction of was market day. Prices had
.rt many forces. The totality of a been high, and"'the man leaningover
n life, at any moment, is the the fence round the sale ring
product mainly of little things. was looking disconsolate. Suddenly -
Trifling choices, insignificant a farmer rode up on an ancient
exercises of will, unimportantacts horse.

OF THE FORCE lJ.0 lrMt Sleight of Hand often repeated, things "How much do you want for
seemingly of small account- that bag o' bones?" asked the by-
these are the thousand tiny stander, his interest awakening.
OFFICER.'vrr OH NO/! ALL yls2 wALAS, sooJ sculptors that are carryingaway "Fifty dollars.' I

BUST MNWAS losr VER -"He1: GoT As yEZ 1 scI iB constantly at the rude "I'll give you five."
uP block of life, giving it shape For
FROMWA' 31 a moment the farmer
feature.-Philip Stafford stared at the man in amazement.
WORtT\ Moxom. "
"Young man, he said, "I ain't
PAY pAy AwD- ME going to, let a little matter of
1 "1 HOW COME Habits make the day pass eas- forty-five dollars stand betweenme
V ier. and the 'sale of a horse. Thq
animal's "
>r ia
( (

\ Lacy Squares Forma An Irresolute Man

\' Fk I Spread or Scarf There is nothing in the world
1ft more pitiable than an irresoluteman
. 4 oscillating between two feelings -
,J who would willingly unitethe
r : ; two, and who does not perceive -
that nothing can unite
.t them.-Goethe.
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:; :" Calotabs Help Nature
MATTER OF CHOICE dered in. "What are you doing?" he Meekton, "unless it was because it
(I asked. seemed to be his especial duty to
"Installing an electric switch," worry about the bills and try to
said a workman."I ; keep the family in order." To Throw Off a ColdMillions
"We've ,moved away, and I don't : GET A NEW LIST have found in Calotabs a toxines. Second, Calotabs are diuretic -
,: go to this school any more." most valuable aid in the treatmentof to the kidneys, promoting the
colds. They take one or two tab- elimination of cold poisons from
;;; Professor-Gentlemen, in your Safety in Moderation lets the first night and repeat the the blood. Thus Calotabs serve
:: third or fourth night if needed. the double of
G research you must begin in- "What do you think of an inflated purpose a purgativeand
,ii vestigation with minds.your currency?" asked Mr. Chuggins. How do Calotabs help Nature diuretic, both of which'are
open said n throw off a cold? First, Calotabsare needed in the treatment of colds.
Pinfeather-But "Currency, the man at the
professor, if I
j one of the most thorough and Calotabs are quite economical;
I leave my mind wide open everything filling station, "seems to me like
dependable of all intestinal elimi- only twenty-five cents for the fam-
''i will escape. I one of your tires. If you blow in too nants, thus cleansing the intestinal ily package, ten cents for the trial
k'i much air it's liable to burst. And tract of the germ-laden mucus and package. (Adv.)
''j Baked Apples yet if you allow it to go flat ,it's
7 The newly-weds had had guests mighty uncomfortable." --
for dinner. When they were gone

:.SI. ,( Mary said: "Were the baked apples Can Be Trusted He-Can you think of anything
. all right? I only forgot to add the "Mose, do you think it right to you'd like for your birthday? Your Advertising Dollar
;J ..t. cinnamon, the water and the leave''' your wife at the washtub She-There's nothing I can thinkof
?' i\1fd sugar." while you spend, your time fish- I don't want.
..j "What did you use?" her hus- ing?" buys something more than space and circulation in
band asked. ,"Oh, yassuh, mah wife doan needno
.' "The apples," was Mary's inno- watchin'. She wuk jes as hardas Just Postponed the columns of this newspaper. It buys space and
cent reply.-Indianapolis News. if'n Ah wuz dere." would you keep bought your a. children thinkingit home circulation plus the favorable consideration of our

"'; evenings?" readers for this newspaper and its advertising patrons.Let .
Not For Him! Father Worked "Yes. But now it's worse. They
Workmen were making repairs on "Why did they call George Wash- wait around until the announcer us tell you more about it.
.,. ,the wires of the schoolhouse one ington the Father of His Country?" says, 'Good night, everybody.' "-1
Saturday, when, a little chap wan- "I don't know," answered Mr. Eagle Lake Headlight.




_. ,

Coast Yachts-- -- : MetCUt Q-] r1 HW to Copn'4LAMBCHART ; 1 finding Modem It Wastefulctesta profifjihH gold.mtiiln i tinlllng >;" -'rruunies OVllr!!, over are the I i I

pi Irs of anti." 17H! "ofues! III I
(Continued yardage from of pigo rip-rap I) to : -. \; -, 1 J I I firpece have l 1wen .d tullln1!::< in t
ap J; : which the ancients c n"ct (If.the. !
in the spillway channel and I J 1
be paced ., hard !
iold. Original nrf roc i hecn
cad' of the lock before the Cuf'Si f!. .11
each (
at .r '
here: every effort will te concentrated Retail Cuts Wholesale Cuts Retail I (I b.'r.t. "xh mtoall:: hy I lh<>n'! I

this rin-rap to the f ..
to place up ----- '

ner-line at least. The greater partof 1S2 r rj' l{ ... I., I

the excavation work :gas: already I IJ.rj' L. B.New. 11iL..,... 'Siton':, r :
the portion 1 1AG
be completed except
..... )
vim+Ih must remain in pl,\ce until'thevery 'I' :;. : \: ,
last to hold back the water. f American Le 'LambRoost' ;1 I

Lock No. 3 at Lake Flirt is still I .x- !i. :JI-'J Yo/,: Life j
in place and will not be removed before ; fi"!, :
J.'i;.,"' Leg of Lamb : / ': Insurance \
the watercade. Whether the (Three cuts trom one leg) : -t _, 1. ( .>mpany I
flour of this lock is deep enough: to 'opst-Broil-Stew.8ra'srI i \.J I I S .. '
I I\ ARCABIA, '. 3RIDA ; !
allow boats to pass through after the I ,,; I II :
lower pool level is dropped has not I .- j
Frenched Lei ., ,
but by-pass here : I "
been determined a I Roost --- i NORGE REFPH! ERATORS : I
will permit boats to go around, if ,
not through, the locks. The water ;k i Rib Lamb chops 2 .. Furniture and non :Furnishings !

level will be sufficient at Lock No. ; "_\.1 PHILCO RADIOS
either of the lock or r'I 1. f
2 to permit use r' f\ 1 1i Household FurnishingsInc. '
the by-pass. '
I Lamb crown \ Rre Chops
I Roost \ {'
1....Roost St'o/I" Loin i English Rolled loin .
Dredge D-1 T< : ) ..... \. Lamb Chop Lamb Chop otLano BELLE
I #1.J' -; GLADE. FLORIDA/ ,
\ r ""it-, : -Broil or Ponbr&l Roost- ti
.t-. ';::1'

(Continued from page'l) '1-,' ttJ:.. ..; .. ; tttd

to de-water the gate. -or' The floor of this particular gate I I 2 { ,i. to
from the Square Cut -_ yi I
differently .
I Lomb
er structures. The floor is much below I, I Shoulder'" ;;T\\ Lamb Patties Lomb Loaf -"v ;; &
the flowline of the canal and after cj.r) -BraiseorBroil BaKe fs ..1'1/i iI ie
filling in over the floor with : :f}1i. x Arm. Blade +1I
shell, a layer of rip-rap was placedon I re'. tomb Chop lamb Chop I[I
t .Broil-' \
top of that. The gate filled with

sand: shortly after construction and I !
the dredge Welatka was used to j Ij Ir
Lamb Riblets Lamb Stew II r
clean it out. This was accomplished
-Braise( or St w slewi4 I
but the rip-rap rock was also disturbed t
considerable s Cushion r Sorato i
and has been %
Lamb Shoulder j Lomb Chops f
trouble. The work at this time, con- y 0 I
",. I_-Roost BroilV yRolled' m 1 16.l 1A
of de-watering the temporary
sists >"
chamber and grouting this rip-rap A II

floor so that the rocks will be immovable -

in the current.
Although niches are built on eith- Breast Lamb Breast t : i;
BonelessShoulder '
erside of all the hurricane gates into 'tambShouWer- Rotted Chops 1 Roast or Braise- .,t'

which the girder for the needle damis RoostBroil :, tit rrt \ Iii!i

fitted so that it will be possibleto e :

work on the structures, this is ,; ,;:r ;1II 1

the first time that the needle dam ;r II

has ever been called into use. The j yn lamb Nechsllces MoelDuCR. I LambShanhS.Brolseorstew I;
girders and the needles are kept stor- Braise Ror ,' -- # ,I
.. jr;. !'
here. a
ed at the lock I 0 4't ti +

,. .
'w:.::. .. s'.p It the
11 r.'.: i .. ',..-,":-. 7' };"' :- \':(:!' I '. f I
Woman Jailed On
t Housewives in search of new and a""o.lye- meaVeirts te aew variety and flavor to their menus willI fia
Perjury Charge ifteirested.ln tl4e l lamb chart sh.ownabove. The fact that I lamb ofeers stioh'a wide variety of outs is a.retelaany ::I: !
i thought'if this meat tmly'jn( terms of legs and loins. A study of'thls chart
In the have '
who past
titan to there I Is a lamb cut for every: pwpose.'I In addition showing the manyp sIlties :: 812 S. E. SECO>: D AVENUE I
Obo Hall, wife of the convicted aii reveal cJccHtnt'guide Yoimlll to it rcfefence.great .
Mis. want
cooking keep fforeadx
slayer of Bill Dyas in northern I -- In. lamb.. cuts, the chart Is an, '. "1 .,A..._. .... ... '
I All Outside TM ms WithPrivate
Glades county last year was sent to I II :
jail yesterday by Circuit Judge Gro.W. commerce is the work of my I ACCIDENT-HORRORS PARADE TO the history of state safety programs i.ath I i .

.' WJiitehurst, for perjury after she good hand; her balance of trade I BE HELD IX JACKSONVILLE: and should have desirable results, according i COOL, CLEAT! QUIET a>
reversed the testimony which she springs from the furrows of my farm. I I II I i to State Safety Director Asher -

had given in previous trials of the My reaper brings food for today; I Frank I Overlooking Bayne? Bay
famous triple murder case another my plows hold promise for tomor- Jacksonville, Jan. 28 (FNS).-1!

Glades county slaying of 1933. Judge I. Muncy Anderson, this I Two blocks te She; Theatre and

Mrs. Hall one of the last of the I row.In war I am absolute; in peace I anti-accident crusading magistrate, Brazil's First Name Business S,cUon.

state witnesses in this the second am indispensable--my/country's sur- has arranged for an accident-horrors Pedro Alvarez Cabral, who Is gen
parade here on February 6 as a safe-
trial of three' cattlemen, Lawrence I. est defense and constant''reliance. erally credited with the discovery of RATE I

Ford, Finis Williams and Gus Har- I am the very soul of America, ty-week feature. Brazil, named It "Terra de Santa

ris, now underway in ,Sarasota whereit the hope of a race, the balancewheelof : Floats depicting the fatal storiesof i Cruz," which is translated the "Land $1.50 .Single I
was moved on a change of venue, civilization. drunken driving and speed dem- of the Bnly Cross."

told on the stand that all of her ons, and wreckers towing 'demolishedautos ,$2.50 D uble
When I prosper, men are happy; ;
previous testimony was false and will be in the procession.
when I fail, all the world suffers.I .
she had given the testimony in other Bands playing funeral dirges and pa- Baseball Uniforms Special Famil..'. Weekly &
live with Nature, walk in the
trials because she had been threat l I raders marching at funeral pace will .
1 I I Month!
green fields under the golden sun- The first baseball team that wore atesS.
ened by officers investigating the complete the melancholy, yet effective -
I uniforms ol
light, out in the great alone wherebrain was the Knickerbockers
case. The state rested its case soon II story designed to create greater D. McCREA. Proprietor
and brawn and toil supplymankind's ]I New York in 1S.1. The first to wear I
after Mrs. Hall had been taken t. (caution and consideration on .the
primary need. And I try i]I the present-day uniform with short
jail. highways. The idea is a novel one in tSGS
to do my humble part to carry out i I I b.Q.lt>;wnc thji Cincinnati Rpd.In

the great plan of God. I i I
BIRTHDAY BALL COMMITTEE Even the birds are my compan-I
ions; they greet me with a symphony .

The Western Union Telegraph at the new day's dawn and chum DOES W@UR CiU STAll EASLY' ?
Company has placed its nation-wide with me 'til evening prayer is said.If I !

system of telegraph offices at the it were not for me the treasuresof

disposal of the President's BirthdayBall the earth would remain securely,

committee for receiving 25c locked, the granaries would be use-

from each person who places his sig- less frames; man himself would be I

nature on a multiple signature birth- doomed speedily to extinction or de-

day greeting. Signatures from every may.

city, town, and hamlet will be mail Through me is produced the ener-
p ed to New York, where they will be gy that maintains the spark of life.I II

bound into what probably will be rise with the' early dawn and retire -

the greatest birthday greeting in the when the "chores" of the worldare

history of the country. 100% of ,the done I

money will be turned over to the Na- I am your friend.

tional Birthday Ball Committee, I am the farmer.
which will arrange for proper credit
for each community. EFFORT TO BjE MADE TO


.NN NON N N:N:..:-.:1 N N:N:N N:N:N:N:M:N:.:N:N:N:N) -_.
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;RURAL COMMON SENSE Tallahassee, Jan. 28 (FNS).-: A

By Spuds Johnson' bill with adequate provision for en-
.7>.Jit, ,oSrf). J. u.W7ct wstluvStiicv

.., .......... .............. .. .. forcement to insure kee'pTng'cattle
: :-: : : : : :-: : : : : : : :-: :.: :.:..:..:..:..:..:.
off the highways of the state, has > rs -.I.. -<" A "
The farmer himself often
does not been prepared by a committee of the
stop to think just what an Importantpart
State Junior Chamber of Commercefor
he plays in the life of the peo-
ple about him, how essential his oc- introduction in the 1937 legisla- -riwv '/' { "l\' I

cupation really is, is not unmindful ture, according to a statement this \ .. : "
of his debt to the farmer, and often Y :, \ ,
I week by Charles A. Mitchell of Vero : ':
rives voice to his sentiments. The g// i'cxr J'r t .
i Beach, president of the organization. '
following by James P. McDonald, ;
editor of the Star-Tribune. Waverly -'' The bill provides that all sheriffs, -, ; : ";

Michigan, sums up the case pret- constables, justices of the peace and c _. .

ty well in the following words.I private citizens be authorized to im-

am the provider for all mankind pound cattle roaming any highways

--upon me every human being con- numbered by the state and federal

; stantly depends. A world itself is highway departments. And upon pub-

builded upon my toil, my products, lication of notice, they may sell the ...

my honesty. cattle if owners do not make claim l
Because of my industry, America, and pay impounding fees. Tentative ij 6ylftsASOtl LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and K8L/ES

my country, leads the world. Her fees, subject to change, are $1 per '
1 prosperity is maintained by me; her head, plusfeeding costs. i.l.-. ,ow '


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