The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00616
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Clewiston Goes 'Over The Religious Leader 'COUNTY DELEGATION SECOND ROUND IN 1

Will Speak HereDr.


D. Jenkins Williams, pastor of

o this the Community week that the Church church, announced would be i' NEW ROAD BOARD WILL END SUNDAY :

, ,, $300.25 FUND SUBSCRIBED OF FLOOD FOR RELIEF Kiwanis To Celebrate honored by a visit next Thursday -- _

\' DISASTER from Rev. Louis Scmour Smudge, The Hendry county delegation at-I Most of the first round matches ',',
Charter Anniversary D. D. L. L. D., Stated Clerk of the tending the first budget meeting of in the four flights of the golf tour- J

Clewiston has responded most generously General Assembly of the Presbyterian the new state road board in Talla- (, nament now underway on the Clew-
Church of the U. S. A. Rev.
to the call for aid from the 1 hassee last Thursday were enthusiastic -;i iston course were played off last!:
flood sufferers of the Ohio River 1I I J. N. Lummus, of Miami, Lieuten- Smudge will preach at 7:30 that ev- upon their return with the prospects -j Sunday and several of the second

valley and the first of this week Mrs.R. ant-Governor for this district, in a ening. I of new road work in southwest :round matches have been ,played so
Y. Patterson, chairman of the |!i letter the first of this week to I. M. Rev. Smudge is one of the coun- Florida and in Hendry county this far this week. Most of these Trill be

1 Clewiston chapter of the American ]i Pafford, president of the local club, try's outstanding religious leaders year or next. I played off, however, on Sunday if

Red Cross reported that the city had |! agreed that he would make his official and a rare opportunity is given the I The delegation from this countywas the weather permits.Joe .
visit to the club next Wednes- people of Clewiston to hear such a ''
reached its quota of 25000. More composed of Representative 'El- Masters, pro at the local
I day night, the meeting at which the ,speaker and meet him. It is hoped
( contributions have came in duringthe i bert L. Stewart, of Clewiston, Attorney course, stated this week that there
: week and this morning Mrs. Pat- local club celebrates the charter an- that there will be a large crowd : Louis O. Gravely, of LaBelle, Alto was an all-time record established

terson stated that there was a total niversary.Geo. present at the service. Hires, commissioner from Fort De-I on the course last Sunday for the

of $300.25 subscribed to the relief Hiller, of the Miami club will!) naud and Zeke Hull, commissionerfrom number golfers playing. Most of
I i
A fund. accompany Mrs. Lummus here and Felda. ,While their chief inter-
these were in the tournament but
The American Legion committee" will be the guest speaker for the oc- : POOLE IS SPEAKER est was road 164 from L aBelle south I there were many others enjoying the
casion. Other members of their club
which handled the canvass for funds )I through Immokalee to intersect the perfect day for golf.
to attend. This
did a remarkable job and few residents are also expected Trail at Carnestown, they were most
I Plans are now underway for a handicap -
be and the
also Ladies Night
have not been contacted by' wives and friends of the members of AT MEETING OF active, along with. delegations from I tournament to begin the first
nine southwest Florida townsin
the members of the committee. The I
of March if sufficient interest Is
the ,club will have an opportunity of t
Legion ,volunteered to handle the work for improvement of roads' "
shown. Mr. Masters is anxious that
these two excellent
canvass and a committee composed I hearing speakers. KIW ANIS CLUE dour the west coast. This was Mr. I
All members are urged to attend I each participant in the present tour-
of 0., A. Joneh H. C. Jones, G. B. I and to bring their wives with them Stewait's eleventh appearance before -! nament turn in at least five cards
.: I"' Thomas and G. Small did I I a state road board in behalf of so that the players handicap may be
I practically all of th'e collecting for i next- Wednesday night. Grover Poole of Canal Point, road 164 and he states that if it is1 I determined.

: I'I r, the fund. formerly one of the most active mem- necessary he will attend all subse-
!, I Even though the quota set has! School Board Will bers of the Clewiston Kiwanis Club, quent meetings until some action is I Winners in the first rounds wereas
returned last Wednesday night to taken. I
f been reached and topped by a con-
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visit the club and to make
siderable amount there will be no;I Meet On Saturday one cf More than thirty million dollars I Flight One
the best talks heard
here in some
cessation of efforts to secure other I II worth of work was asked by dele-I Emmett Shelley over Dr. J, W.
time. Mr. Poole
was accompanied bytTiree
donations. Letters received by allj I!I gations from the various! counties, ':White by default; O. G. McWoorter
I Red Cross chapters this week state I j! The Hendry'' county school board I young ladies from Canal Point Palm Beach county requesting that' from Dick Gibbons 7 and 5; W. C.
i!I will hold their regular meeting for who gave a most enjoyable program
the entire road from TwentyMileBend
that the first amount named neces- ; Owen over John Thomas 5 and 3;
February tomorrow (Saturday) and I of readings and songs. ( 'I
sary for relief would not be SUffi-1 I to the Hendry county line be Gordon S. Mobley over J. J. Harrtngj -
other matters which beTaken Mr. Poole took as the theme of I
cient and'urged every chapter among may I icbuilt. The new board, of which Ar-:j I ton by default; Lou Betzner'over
I j I will be the setting of a his talk "Finding Yourself" and bas-
slacken efforts even though quotas up thur B.: Hale, of Tampa is chairmanand : Arthur Wells 2 and 1; John Harris,
date for a joint meeting of the ; ed the talk on the qu ation selectedby ] section'
I had been reached. Several organiza- on which the Everglades from T. B.. Shelley 2 and 1; Dick
: tions of the town are reported to be school board and board of county Edward Bok for hh sanctuary at is well represented by Brooks Bate- Hall from E. G. Kilpatrick by de-

t making plans for contributions and commissioners to discuss possible Lake Wales from the works of John man, of Pahokee, told the delegations -i i I fault and F. D. Banning from E M.
'f it is believed that the total raised legislation for the schools of the Burroughs, "I come here often to that the outgoing board had VanLandingham 2 up.
; county, securing a portion of the gas find myself. It is so easy to get lost
; in Clewiston will be a great deal already contracted for most of the
' f:s .' larger than at present. tax money which now comes to the in the world." funds which would be available this Flight TV"o

' In reply to messages asking whereto county'earmarked for the purchaseof The speaker showed how this was year but that they would do as much Mrs. F. Deane DufJ over C "V
true in Kiwanis work how businessmen
ship the two cars of cabbage bonds. ; work as possible this year and pre- Parkinson 4 and 2; Virgil: Law! -' -o
There has been considerable dis- profit by meeting with men for a larger in 1938. '! Moran 2 and 1 Tv y..
: which the Kiwanis Club had plannedto ,pare program over Jay ;
cussion of this, and it is believed of other businesses and applying the
ship, the National office'of the While it may be that road 164 VanLandingham from Dr. Simmons
V Red Cross stated that there 'were no that an agreement may be reached ethics of Kiwanis to his own busi- will not be included in the 1937 budget 2 and 1; A. L. Hackett and H. L.
: between the two boards and that I ness. He gave several interesting members of the board stated 'half and to
facilities for handling shipments of ;,Lapp of match played
j Representative E. L. Stewart be asked I examples to show how true this is. '
that had been the road and this week-end E. E.
perishables at this time. What fur- they over i; be, finished : ; ,
to put, a bill through the Legislature He stated that in striving for live
ther steps have been taken by the could understand the tremendousneed Kelly over V. C. Denton 5 and 4;
diverting one cent, of this gas : lihood and material gain we often
commitee has not been, learned. for this farm to market road, Bill McCracken over Mrs. O. G. Mc-
; lost to the' realm of vision.
tax fund. are Using
Anyone who wishes to make a do- giving the county delegation encouragement -, Whorter 5 and 3; H. C. VanLanr ng-
nation and who has not done so as As the gas tax money cannot be the recent depression as an examplehe that the road would be constructed ham over R. N. Smith 3 and 2; L. ,H.
used for other at this pointed out that while of us
any purpose many
yet are urged to send it to Mrs. Pat- as soon as possible. I Nash over F. Deane Duff 7 and 6.
time other than the purchase of were congratulating ourselves that II
terson at Clewiston or to any of the I
bonds and the amount received by, we had pulled through and made a Flight ThreeW.
four members of the Legion com-
mittee. the county is more than enough to living through those ':years, that un- Senior Play To Be C. Prewitt over J. B. Jones 6

take care of this, the county board believable strides in many different and 5; Ralph Kirk over J. F. Curry

will no doubt be more willingto fields had been made in that time, Held Next -FridayThe 4 and 3; Mrs. W.', C. Owen over T.

--\' Spikes-Hare NuptialsSolemnized divert a portion of this fund thana ,such as diesel motors, luxurious air- I W. ,Knight 1 up; A. N. Gallant over

portion of the race track funds liners, streamlined trains, air-con- Mrs. Bill McCracken 6 and 4.
Here that has been asked in the past years. ditioning and many other things. He annual senior class play will

I pointed to progress that is being be presented next Friday night, Feb-I Flight FourH.

Playground Sponsors made in the Everglade, such as the ruary 12 ,in the: school auditoriumand A. Bestor over C. F. Maynardby
o The marriage of Miss Mary Evelyn i planting of forty acres of gladioli promises to be one of the best default; 'Sam Fleming over Dick

Hare to James Harold Spikes was solemnized To Get FundThe bulbs at Port Mayac a as an ex- of the year. The title of the play is, Yoder 4 and 3; Luther Jones over
I here Saturday evening at Surplus perimental proposition the planningof ''Still Waters" and a cast has been H. J. Stein 8 and 7 and the final

.:. 8:45' at the home of the bride's sister a rhubarb farm in the glades and chosen each for the role he was best match between Mrs. Lou Betzner

: Mrs. R. J. Lee. Rev. H. E. Miami Works Progress Ad- many other things.He qualified to take. and R. W. Kirchman not yet played.Sunday's .

Wells, pastor of, the :Methodist Epis- ministration office has agreed to next touched on the phase of "Still Waters" is a modern play
copal church of Bainbridge, Ga., the request of the City of Clewiston the theme of "getting lost in the combining fact and fiction. It is a matches will see some
:, leader in the first
performed the ceremony in the pres- sponsors of the recently closed play- spiritual realm", and gave several play of sweeping emotions, warm close games, the
ence of a few relatives and close ground project, that a surplus material :: quotations of interest from men who I with life and high aspirations yet flight scheduled to be the match be-

friends. The room in which the ceremony fund of more than three hundred I have passed away during the past I so humorous and close to the heart tween Emmett Shelley and Dr. O. G.

i was performed was beautifully dollars be given them to use I year, pointing/ out that without a that the emotional tension is relieved McWhorter.

decorated with coral vine, radiance if they furnished the necessary laborto I spiritual balance to the advancementin I by comical scenes and witty dialogue -
o : roses and gerberas. l
: The bride was most attractive inj I j I It is considered probable that fur- soon be annihilated.It ter.

a yellow sharkskin suit with white ,, ther work will start on the park was an inspiring address and l The scene is laid in, the section of Gainesville Trial

p4' satin blouse and white accessories. within a short time on this plan. The was deeply appreciated by every south Georgia made famous by Caro-
(I, Mrs. Spikes is one of the most at-''! project was closed because all the member of the club'' present. I line Miller's "Lamb in His Bosom".

tractive and popular of the Clewis-!allotted! labor hours had been used There she found an old dilapidated (Moore Haven Democrat)

,ton younger set. She has made herm I,I up. Work Soon To Start Southern home on a large plantationnear Governor Fred Cone wired State
home here for a number of years and the town of Lumber City, Ga. Attorney Roy D. ''Stubbs Wednfsday

was graduated from the Clewiston Sportsmen Visit I On Road 26 ContractGeo. Bobby Patterson takes the leadas while prosecuting cases in the spring
High School in the class of 1935.!: Drayton Darlington, the handsome, term of court here, to be, in Gaines-

.:' Mrs. Spikes has been a resident of Jones' Fish Camp young master of "Still Waters". He' ville Monday morning to assist in the

Clewiston for the past two years and Auchter, Jacksonville con- is a born chemist with a strong desire prosecution 6f the Burton'case which

now holds a responsible position with tractor and successful bidder' on the to pursue his inclinations but" is comes up for re-trial at that time.

the United States Sugar Corporation.His Wm. Selby, wealthy Oklahoma twenty miles of road 26 between the hampered by his aristocratic .Aunt HP will assist State Attorney J. C.

home is in Jackson, Miss., where sportsman who is wintering in Sar-I Broward county line and the end of I Priscilla, played by Ethel Willis who Adkins in the district in which

he attended high school and Milsap asota, accompanied by a group of I: the Spadaro contract, has been in wishes him to carry the "family Gainesville is located.

''I College. major league ball players including, 'Clewiston this week making arrange- torch" in the same manner as his The Burton case was tried onlya
I \ Those present at the wedding ceremony Lloyd Brown, Lloyd Waner and his I ments for labor when actual con- ((Continued on Page S) I few weeks ago and Burton was

i were: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee, father, Nick Alcott, former baseball I! struction work starts and securing found guilty of the murder of a

I I Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, R. M. Hare, player and comedian of the major!. necessary labor for work: incidental SALESMAN; IS INJUREDIN courthouse employee in the Alachua

,. Jr., Leroy Hare, Dorothy Hare, Wm. leagues and Wes Ferrel arrived here j to starting. Contract time is more CAR AVRECK AT TAMPA county courthouse. The young la<"v
Myers, of Winter Haven Mr. and Tuesday to enjoy the bass fishing at than a year and several ;undred men killed was very popular and Burtou.

,. .' Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Misses Ruby Jones' Fish Camp on Nicodemous I will be required for the work. The: C.V.. Clark, salesman for the had been a police official for s< mc-
Richaud, Mildred Ward and Roberta Slough for a few days. Clewiston re-employment service wi': Adams-Kennedy Company of Tampa time. The case was watched With

George and H. A. Avant. Most of the group of' ball playersare I furnish all men for the 'job with ,' and travelling through the territoryfor great interest by newspaper readersof
Following the ceremony Mr. and here for the second time this" the exception of a certain percentage a number of years, was seriously several states. He was sentenced(

Mrs. Lee gave a reception for the winter which is evidence of their interest of skilled labor the contractor injured last week in an auto accident to die in the electric chair for fie

young couple. Sandwiches, cake anpu'nch in the black bass fishing afforded I is permitted to bring with him. Sev-i as he was. leaving Tampa on crime and then defense attorneys
were served to the following by Lake Okeechobee. ['oral boatmen, oilers and opera to1- his sales trip. ,According to reportshe discovered that one of the ju3yn-
4;' guests: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Law- I j of various torts' have been assigned had attempted to light a cigar was a native of Canadc: and hal never -
rence, Mr. and Mis. A. O. Ward, Mr. -' I I Ito I citizen of
the job this week, it vas stated while driving and crashed into a been naturalized as a
and Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mr. and, I Moore, Judson Francis, John Lucaa,I!{ by B. F. Brown, manager of the of-(I truck., : this country. Upon this ground tho

Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mr. and Mrs. D. Ed Ward, H. A. Avant, and the bride I fice here. I, His ,back Is reported broken: and new trial was ordered.Mr. .

A. McGeachey, Mrs. 'L. A. Turner, I and groom. I The Spadaro contrrct is ,also mr ki pneumonia is said to have ,developed. Stubbs served for several
Miss Ruby Richaud, Miss ,Dorothy The young couple will continue to ; ing good headway and the b'Ic1ge-1 I Later reports state that there 'is some weeks in another term of court in
; ,, Hare, Miss Hazel Prince, Miss Ro- make their home in Clewiston and i i i across the Bolles Canal, included in sign of improvement. Mr; Clark has Alachua county with very good suc-

berta George, Miss Mildred Ward, !j i their maiiy friends are this week expending -I: their contract, is nfv under construction -I' many friends and acquaintances in cess. This was probably the cause cf
Wm. Myers, R. M. Hare, Jr., Leroy I their congratulations and ]I with steel )I-beams alreadyIn CJowiston having called here every his assignment to this importantcase

;'I Hare, Virgil Lawrence, Coburn j j)!,I wishes for many years of'. happiness. place. '.; J! week for a number of years. : .
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Presidential QualificationsAccording .IMPROVED4 I

to the Constitution of UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL The Quest of Life f

the United States, no one but "a \

natural-born citizen" may become 3 of the best antidotes A i
President. But it is not so explicit SUNDAY Lesson cures of the craze for' \... I

with regard to the vice president. publicity is a love of poetry i .

Undoubtedly it was the intent of By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. and of the things that belong : ,

the framers of the Constitutionthat Dean of the Moody Bible Institute to poetry-the beauty of na- : I

the vice'president be a natur- IN REVO Western of Newspaper Chicago. Union. ture, the sweetness and splendor i ;

al-born citizen. of the common human affections :

Article III, Section 1, Clause 6 and unselfish aspirations :

reads: "In case of the removalof by &Uuu/tL U) Pi Lesson for February 7 of the soul. The most beautiful -

the President from office, or of things that can ever come '

his death, resignation, or inabilityto Western Newspaper Union. JESUS THE LIGHT OF THE to us cannot possibly be news I

discharge the powers and WORLD to the public. It is good to find
Ohio River Valley Is consulted Prince Saionji, last of the t
duties of the said office, the same elder statesmen, and on his recom- the zest of life in that part of : !

shall devolve on the vice preside Devastated by FloodsD'AY mendation called on Gen. Kazushige LESSON TEXT-John 8:12.,31. 32: 9111. it which does not need, and r
t." If the vice president were by day the devastation GOLDEN TEXT-I am the light of the
Ugaki, former governor general of will not bear, to be advertised. I
world: he that followeth me shall not walkIn
not a natural-born citizen of the by great floods throughout Corea, to form a new government.This darkness but shall have the light of life. It is good to eat our meat with

United States he could never as- the Ohio valley and the lower choice was considered a vic- PRIMARY TOPIC-When Jesus Passed gladness and singleness of )
cend to the presidency. Cleveland Mississippi valley increased. Several I By.
.tory for the anti-army element, but heart.-Van Dyke. ;
JUNIOR TOPIC-When Jesus Passed
Plain Dealer. hundred thousand persons were the military leaders, it was ad- INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- i

rendered homeless, more than 100 mitted, could still ,block Ugaki's efforts How Jesus Is the Light of the World. iI I

The Clock of Time lives were lost,' and the property by refusing to provide a min- YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- ,

damage, running far into the mil- ister of war. That post must by law Walking in the Light With Jesus. How Brazil Got Name II
Now is the constant syllable lions, cannot yet be estimated.
be filled by general in active
ticking from the clock of time. Cincinnati, Louisville, Ports- a "The Light of the World Is Long before the "official" discovery -
service and cabinet cannot other- "
Now is the watchword of the wise. mouth, Frankfort and Evansvillewere a Jesus! Who does not rememberwith of the new world, as far ;
be .
Now is the banner of the prudent.Let the worst sufferers; but every accepted.The what delight we as children back as the Thirteenth century the !

us keep this little word al- city, town and village along the crisis was brought on by wide- sang "Come to the light, 'tis shining'for existence of Brazil was already I
to the dominanceof
spread opposition thee The Light of the worldis known to traffickers and
in minds and whenever in mer- I
ways, our I Ohio and its tributaries shared
the cabinet by the army and the .
anything '''presents itself to us in the disaster. Fires broke out in the- Jesus. How precious was the chants from a legend current
oppressively high taxes required to
the shape of work, whether men- Mill Creek district of Cincinnati and carry out the policies of the miltar- truth that thus flooded our souls. among them. The report was that I
Jesus was the light, and just as the far away was a mysterious coun-
tal or physical, we should do it destroyed property valued at $1,500- ists. The does not always side
navy sunlight, shed its glory on an awak- try covered by immense forests I
with all our might, rememberingthat 000 before the flames could be'con- with the and in this instance ,
army ening world at dawn, so he shed where a tinctorial tree in I
Now is the only time for us- trolled. Throughout the entire region it.
seems definitely
abroad the light of God in the heartsof abundance. The of
that Now is ours; that Then may transportation was crippled, dye was a fiery

never be. pure water and fuel supplies were men. The writer of these lessons hue, much like a brasa (live em-

shut off or greatly reduced, and Farley Is Reappointed pens these words with the ber). Hence the name of brasil, i

outbreaks of typhoid and pneumonia Postmaster General prayer that as this,portion of God's given first to the wood and afterwards .

I were threatened. In Louisville the p RESIDENT ROOSEVELT sent to Holy Word is studied and taught, to the country where it !

light and power plant was forcedto the senate the name of James the light may break forth on manya grew.

/f You HtWe shut down.President A. Farley as postmaster general for soul caught in the bewilderment of I

Roosevelt directed five another term, and the senate this dark world. Keep your body free of accumulated ,
P Our study centers around three waste, take Dr. Pierce's Pleas- j
federal agencies to co-operate with promptly confirmed
a eIdId the American Red Cross in relief 3 the nomination. It is'believed simple words fraught with beauty ant Pellets.60 Pellets 30 cents.Adv. II I
and rich in meaning.I. .
measures, and that organization, ap- Mr. Farley ,
Independence f
Light (John 8:12).
ASK YOUR DOCTOR THIS pealing'to the nation for $2,000,000, will not long remain
The text says, "Then spake Independence is one of the most !
sent hundreds of nurses to the flood- a member of the
Jesus." When? Just after he had marked qualities of human beings. H
ed areas. The army sent soup kitch- cabinet, for he wants
silenced the hypocritical accusersof -John C. Merriam. +!
ens and tents and the coast guard : + '>>:: to return to private ii
taken in sin and had
a woman
sent boats and crews. Many cities work. He told reporters I tJI!
: in New York spoken the word .of peace to her 1''I
forwarded supplies of food, clothingand FORD
medicines.In that he was lookingfor troubled soul. She was to "go and
; :
sin no more" because she had met SORE THROAT r rIND
Frankfort, Ky., the state reformatory r. more than a job him who is the "Light of the IIoSeQ
flooded and the j as a salesman. COLDS :!
was pris- .M World." They that follow him "shall /
"If I should return

i ;; quarters oners were with the removed aid,of troops.to other The J. A. Farley to private life," the not walk in darkness"; they are the ..% \ ,, The Original "

children of light, they have the very :
convicts took advantage of the postmaster general said, "I would "" ,, 'i Cellophane

emergency to start a riot and abouta like an opportunity to build up an light of life. ;. \ ..' I Wrapped Genuine

: dozen were killed. All of southern equity .in a business, so I would II. Freedom (w. 31, 32). ,<': Pure AspirinPresent

Indiana was' placed under martial have something more than just a Free! Four letters, but what
depth of meaning! Chains have fall-
law by Governor Townsend and salary for security for my family. IO
1,400 National Guardsmen "I have had several offers already en off, prison doors are open. The WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT

called out. In the effort to were but they haven't been just one who was bound is free.
Ask Him Before Giving Your save
But here we are concerned withan
what I would want.
Cairo 111. levee
a dynamitedby
Child an Unknown Remedy even more important liberty, the
engineers despite the
army freedom of the soul. Many there .
Practically any doctor you ask will armed resistance of farmers whose France Offers to Helpa
are who boast of their independence
warn: "Don't give your child unknown lands were flooded when the dike Peaceful (r
Germany but who
are naught but slaves. Pleasures
remedies without asking your doctor was broken. All women and childrenwere
.Itwhen evacuated from the city. IF REICHSFUEHRER HITLER Jesus said, "Whosoever committethsin So use present pleasures that
co-operate with other nationsin is the servant of sin" (John thou spoilest not future ones.-
Twelve counties of eastern Arkansaswere
it to the usedchildren's
the interest, peace, France will 8:34): not its master. Seneca.
remedy- "milk of submerged over most of their
mag- her How shall be freed Note
to they
help Germany overcome pres-
nesia, the standard of the world is area and thousands of families were
ent economic difficulties. Such was three things in these verses. (1) A
established. For,over half a century gathered in refugee camp I Laxatives
many doctors have said "PHILLIPS'Milk the offer made by Premier, Blumin condition, "If ye continue in my Why

of Magnesia." Safe for children.No Radek and 16 Others Admit an address at'Lyons.' Blum, how- word." This means not only a pro-

other is "quite like it." ever, warned the Nazis that France fession of faith but a daily appropri Fail In Stubborn

Plot to Wreck Soviet cannot and will not co-operate with ation and realization of his truth in
Keep this in mind, and "PHIL
LIPS' MILK OF MAGNESIA"say KARL RADEK, noted soviet Rus- Germany economically or politically life. (2) A promise, "Ye shall know Constipation

when you buy.Now also in tabletform. journalist, and 16 other "while the possibility continues to the truth." The philosophies of men Twelve to 24 hours is too long to watt

Get the form you prefer. But see that men more or less prominent in the exist that this help 'may be some profess to be a seeking after truth 'when constipation,relief from is needed clogged, for bowels then enormous and-

what you get is labeled "Genuine affairs of Russia, went to trial as day turned against the country but how few there are who look to quantities of bacteria accumulate

Phillips' Milk of Magnesia." ? conspirators against which gave it." the one place where it can be foundin many, causing restless, sleepless GAS, Indipestion nights and

% f the Stalin regimeand Jesus Christ. (3) A result, If you want REAL, QUICK'RELIEF,
take a liquid compound such Ad.
ALSO IN TABLET FORM: the soviet state, Secretary Perkins Workson "the truth shall make you free." lerika. Adlerika contains SEVEN cathartic .

r' '., and all freely con- Truth always sets free. Men are and carminative ingredientsthat
Each tiny tablet ''E -., Motor Strike act on the stomach and BOTH
," ietheequiralent'!=5 .IWDS fessed their guilt. enslaved because, as in some for- bowels. Most "overnight" laxatives
of a teaspoon- --- OF LABOR FRAN- contain one ingredient that acts on the
They readily told SECRETARY eign lands, they have not had the
fid of cenainePhillips'Milk raQs4. herself under- lower bowel only.
"'w :v. the details of the opportunity to learn the truth (we Adlerika's DOUBLE ACTION gives

of Magnesia. 4, 2s \ wrkw amazing plot and asserted took the difficult deadlock task in of the breakingthe General I have failed to send it) or because your bringing system out 013 poisonous thorough waste cleansing mat,

i $i that the exiled renewed they have rejected it. ter that may have caused GAS pain,
;- Motors strike, but tat sour stomach, headaches and sleepless
f lJ ;< q Leon Trotzky III. Vision (John 9:1-11). nights for months.

F'". was its chief mover. this writing she This is one of the most instructive Adlerika relieves stomach GAS at 'I
MILKOF had not made much once and usually removes bowel con.
PHILLIPS' Radek described the in Scripture. A born I'
passages aestion! in less than two hours. No
;. MAGNESIALife's '" scheme which progress. Governor blind is seen by Jesus. His disciples I waiting for atVee righ\ts results. Thisfamous I
Karl Radek plotter/hoped Murphy of Michi- been recommended
" the to note his intent and begin to by many doctors and drug.
overthrow Stalin and bring back a gan, who went to ,: ; theorize on a theological question. gists for 35 years. Take AdUnrika one
. Ups, and Downs Washington for theinauguration half hour before breakfast or one hour
Life's hardest modified capitalism to Russia. It in- 'They had learned so little of the before bedtime and in a short whit
:t' and downs
f. ups volved the wrecking of the nation's 4 compassionate spirit of Jesus that you will feel marvelously refreshed.At .
are,keeping up appearances and her all Leading Druggists.
helped arrang-
keeping down expenses. railway system and the bringing they saw in this blighted life onlyan i
" about of war on Russia by Japan ing separate meet- illustration of a theological the-

w and Germany. Japan was to be ings with John L. ory. May God help us that we may
Lewis, C. I. O. leader : .
the maritime
DISCOVERED given provinces i n never be so blind.

r Asia and Germany was to be per- and PresidentSloan Secretary Jesus goes at once to work. He
of the motor
;. Way to Relieve Coughs mitted to grab the Ukraine. But corporation. But his PerkIns 'Was in the world to do the works of
Radek added that the conspirators God. He and the Father always

::: QUICKLY hoped the war would result in a efforts to bring these two gentle- work. Let us follow his blessed
men together seemed futile. Lewis'
revolution in Russia
' new and that example. "The King's business requires -
,, ITS BY relieving;both irritated tissues of the thereafter those territories could be summoned Homer Martin, head of haste." Let us work "whileit
throat and bronchial tubes. One set of ingredients the striking union, and John Brophy,
in FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR quicklyrelieves regained. "I am guilty of all the is day, the night cometh whenno
tickling, hacking, coughing coats charges," said the once powerful C. I. O. lieutenant, from Detroit work."
:: and soothes irritated throat linings to keep your and conferred with them on "strategy" man can
from coughing. Another set actually enters the editor. By a loving and gracious act,
blood, reaches the affected bronchial tubes Sokolnikoff All the union leaders appeared -
Gregori former soviet
!i- loosens phlegm, helps break up cough and supremely confident. Jesus stirs in the heart of the man
speeds Tecotcry. Check a cough due to a cold ambassador to England, declaredhe that faith which causes him to go
. before it gets worse, before others catch it. Lewis brought about the tempo-
fit. Check:.it with FOLEY'S HONEY & TAR. knew as early as 1932 of a plotto suspension of negotiations bya to wash, and, glory to God, he sees!
: It relief and assassinate Stalin and admittedhe rary v
: gives quick spttded-up recovery Such a personal experience of the
statement he the With
gave press.
was guilty of plotting to betraythe divine of
> brutal frankness he said: power the Son of God
Soviet union to Germany and leaves no doubt in the man's mind
have the
Japan. Vladimir Romm, former "We secretaryof that the one who caused him to tNA y MllzIRoLA$7
labor that the 'economic
f\\ royal- :
THE CHEERFUL CHERU5 Washington correspondent of Iz- "
ists'-and the du Ponts and Mr. see "is a prophet. All of a man'sdoubts
*" "" wIrn vestia of Moscow, though not yet on Sloan them-used their' concerning the deity of Jesus
are among
trial, was put on the stand and
Christ disappear when he becomeshis
,: to to drive Mr. Roose- .
very tdytround testified that he knew of the anti- money try
A Sure Index of Value
velt out of the White House.
:: the house ; Stalinist plot, that he carried letters "Labor rallied to the President's Read the remainder of the chap-

from Radek to the exiled Leon ter and note how this man's faith is
'I when they attacked him.
help much support
;, fc.s as I Trotzky and that he agreed to be- "These same economic royalists ; victorious in the face of trials, per- IlIlIlIlIDI is knowledge of a

::, tom 't..bl e, come Trotzky's undercover in- now have their fangs in labor, and : secution, and even of excommuni- 111111111 III manufacturer's name and

The. of houseworkI formant. labor now expects the government : cation; for: outside the temple he Illillifi Ill what it stands for. it is
prt Leon Trotzky, from his haven in
to support labor in its legal and logical met Jesus and takes him as his IllIllIllIll the most certain method, \)
Mexico City, sent out a specific denial !:-
like bestIs of the charges that he objectives." Lord. As Dr. Scroggie puts it, "His rIllIllhllI except that of actual
Later 'Secretary Perkins invited I excommunication was a promotion.He .
111111111 III use for judging the
ge.tting head of the conspiracy.Japan's ,
went from the
Sloan and the union leaders to a synagogue to the value of manufac-
.; flower for D Jo 1 conference. Martin acceptedbut Saviour." any
Cabinet peace tured goods. Here is the
; the the G. M. C. head declined, again
table,. Ugaki,Is New Premier insisting the strikers must first evac- Thinking of Sell Only only guarantee against

[j1'CanMa K OKI HIROTA, premier of Japan, uate the company's plants. Show me the man who would go careless workmanship or

and his entire cabinet resigned General Motors officials called on to heaven alone, and I will show!you Buy use of shoddy materials.'r .

; 0 after being bitterly attacked in par- about 40,000 workers to return to ten one who will never be admitted

liament because of their militaristand plants in Michigan and Indiana, there.-Feltham. ADVERTISED GOODS

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l&atPhi1kSn Self-Reliance and SelfConceitThere

is as much difference be-
I9Qogs Everywhere tween self-reliance and self-con-

:0 -v- : ceit as there is between the north

:. There is no art to Ii\'ing-every ? and south poles-all the difference

age has its moment.-Maxine Elliot. _ _ in the world!

No modern nation thinks of goingto Ill-Temper Is Extravagance After the heart is broken and

war unless it is convinced of the heartbroken have recovered,
-' the side. Ill-temper costs business more the talents
on winning ripen.

A. A., Milne. / : money and friends than any other Who finds a friend has found a
trait of character.We .
We make the government; it does ) gem; who is a friend is a diadem.
travel to
jar our thoughtsout
not make us.-Ida M. Tarbell. Dull
'of the rut which we can't get Inaction Is
The film is a finer art than the ,
< 5{} t }"' ) ,V} V } SdVN i !}} out of. How dull it is to pause, to makean
novel, stage or opera.-H. G. Wells. e/'i
s ., }; A long day of hard physical labor end, to rust, unburnish'd, not
A of is who :
man genius one can
brings greater of mind to shine in tho'
peace use; as to breathe
transform a piece of the unthinkable
than life.Broken.
into the thinkable.-Aldous any philosophy.We were

r. Huxley. fS .'D.r i\.;,,; '.. vj'''' y don't blame fate for our fail- friendships are hard to

Where we find echoes we generally : ,, ;., C. ure to accomplish what we wish, mend.
,find emptiness and hollowness;' 4, { ., s'Y but we realize how other' circum- You are doing pretty well if you

it is the contrary with the echoes of stances could have altered our are just. You are doing more

the heart.-Boycs.QuesMf. / .. 'Y.h, y ;:r 'I''t r / <>t}.Fr '}4+t k3 x t. lives. than pretty well.


You Will Delight a Miss

; [ffOltfcl101d @ Child With These! REELEEFCapudine

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t Dogs, Too, Ha e Their Dentists. '

A mixture of equal parts of salt Prepared.by the National Geographic( Society, man shepherd, and Meggie, a Scot-
D. C. WNU, Service. 4-ts,
and vinegar will quickly brighten Washington. tie. Mew ?p ra, t
me, love my dog, is no Relieved.
copper or brass ware. Bismarck was fond of Great
LOVE platitude. Men and dogs
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Danes. Former
often so bound togetherby NEURALGIC PAINqutctetbecauAe
Grease your measuring cup be- favors dachshunds.Once \ s
genuine affection for one in South Africa a b r I
fore measuring syrup or molasses an upcoun- .4r': :
another that both unhappy when
:: and the ingredients will not stick try trader traveled a thousand milesto '
long from one another.If /fFU/
;; to the sides of the cup. away see a dog fancier, offered a large j the dog, in his centuries-long sum of money, and asked him to

I association with man, had never ,locate and purchase for him two ALREADY DISSOLVEDUse
: Do not too much .
'put wax on
saved a life, rounded up a flockof of,the best and noblest Great Danesto
r floors. A little wax and plenty sheep, helped track down meat, be found anywhere.
I;; I of polishing makes a betterlooking -
pulled this oldest "
or a polar sledge, for chieftain
"They are a great
; floor. friend of the human would still have he '"The last time we J of Leisure
explained. -
given full payment for his room and The use of your leisure is a card
at Lobengula'skraal
I Try mixing ginger cookies with board. outspanned King index to your character.
he wanted Great Dane-a 4 s
: our
cold coffee instead of water.
From that ancient partnership the dog we had borrowed from some

man has benefited fully as much as German transport riders. Our own rr'c:

" Painting the top and bottom the animal. By throwing in his lot dog had been killed by a lioness.So Pattern 5247 BLACKMANSTOCK

basement steps white is a good with his caveman neighbors, the dog we told Lobengula we could

idea that may save many a fall. of prehistoric ages did much to give not give away anything that did This sturdy pair, dressed in
I his two-legged ally dominance over not rightly belong to, us. their "Sunday best, are sure to

Do not use soft butter or lard in the beasts and helped. speed human "Then it was that he became in- walk right into the heart of some L Are Reliable

I making pie crust. The shortening progress. wee tot. You'll have fun, too, mak-
sistent and tried to cajole us into
I should be hard and cold. ing both the dolls and their bright EJIr Blackman's Medicated lick-
Without dogs the geographical selling Satan, for that was the dog'sname.
Associated papers.-WNU Service.
poles could not have been reached He offered to fill our two finery, 'specially if your scrap bag ABrikI3r'

')f. ----- until the era of discovery by air- wagons with ivory and give us all furnishes you with gay odds and Blackman's Stock Powder
ends. Hair and features done
l planes; and even today, says Ad- the women we wanted to sell as with are 3G Blackman's Cow Tonic

From a, MEDICAL JOURNAL miral Byrd, "dogs are" the infantryof slaves to the Barotse." stitches.a few Grand simple indeed embroidery for gifts jf Blackman's Hog Powder

polar exploration. Even the Australian Bushman.A are Sambo of the checkered over- 00- Blackman's Poultry Tablets
THIS : ABOUT COLDS! Dogs do the shopping in the in alls and in
visitor to the upcountry, Mammy, apron and w Blackman's Poultry Powder
Azores pull carts in Newfoundland, Western Australia, came across a kerchief. In pattern 5247, you will]
Quebec, Belgium, The Netherlands, ,Highest Quality-Lowest Price
black fellow and his three "gins"his find a transfer pattern for a doll
"The researches ; and elsewhere; they guide the blindin wives or "lady friends"-fast about 14 inches high; 'patterns for 'Satisfaction Guaranteed or

i I (of these doctors) @ city streets; in countless ways, in asleep near the embers of three making the clothes; directions for your money back

E, led them to believe that colds result from an acid many parts of the earth, they are fires. Cuddling among their savage making doll and clothes; material -
11 condition of the body.To overcome this they helping' do the'work of the world. 'BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
1 .. companions were a pure-bred grey- requirements.To
t '. r [
:; Lunm Id & COUGH DROPS 5J relationship cannot be measured in fox terrier. cents in stamps or coins (coins BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.

NOW CONTAIN AN terms of labor done. The com- Men, women and dogs had evi- preferred) to The Sewing Circle Chattanooga, Tenn.

; I ALKALINE panionship and affection of a good dently been hunting together, and Household Arts' Dept., 259V..

I! FACTOR dog are priceless, and often the the stomachs of the feasters were Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y. '

Ii t It i four-footed party of the second part distended with food. Against the Write plainly your name, address Modest Heroes
Most of the heroes who
can set its friend and overlord get no
IL i an trees stood four long, slender spears and pattern number.
publicity don't want it.
I excellent example in conduct and with jagged notched hardwood

L Today I Ate character. What man could not observe Here '
points. was a living 'picture One at a TimeThe
I' with profit the dignity and of primitive savages with their ca- Strength DuringMIDDLE
MINCE PIE forbearance of a fine Great Dane, nine allies. famous De Witt, one of the

slow to anger though a peerless greatest statesmen the age in LIFE '
Hospitals use fine
Unquestionably the two dogs,
which he lived being asked by '
atives to fighter? a
in the official Strength is extra-important for ::
colic" caused perhaps registered friend how he was able to des-
too.gestion.Avoid You carminW' Dog-Lovers Are All Friends. kennel studbooks of Australia or patch that multitude of affairs in women going through the change ot ;
land and life. Then the body needs the very
other harsh some far-away now gone
:: f Wherever has traveled his which he was engaged, replied that
Try"RRR" man native possibly the lowest best nourishment to fortify It against ,
among his whole art consisted in I:
disagreeable dogs have with him. Most doingone
gone sur- .
the changes that are taking place.In
,' after effects. You will type of the human race, had been '
like it.For 90 years"RRR"has been used prising of all, perhaps, is the world- stolen by those aborigines for the thing at once. such cases, Cardui has proved ;
; to give quick relief from cramps and gas wide sense of fraternity among the "If," says he, "I have any nec- helpful to many women. It In- ;
pains due to unwise eating. Its carminative express purpose of hunting. The
,or warming,effect expels the gas by millions all over the earth who havein knew essary despatches to make, ]I creases the appetite and aids digestion }
stimulating certain involuntary and greyhound, they instinctively, think of nothing else until thoseare
<' nerve* common a love of dogs. They favoring more complete trans:1
muscles. useful in
Buy"RRR"at your druggist 3Sc.For would be especially over- "
I FREE trial size write "speak the same language"; all taking and "sticking up" even the finished; if any domestic. affairs formation of food into living tissue, ';

RAD WAY a CO.,Inc.208 F-l Centre St-.N.Y. gaps are bridged; introductions are of require my attention, I give resulting in improved nutrition and
\ ',: largest kangaroosWhat myself wholly to them until and strengthening of I
WARMTH WORKS WONDERSFOR not needed. Compliment a strangeron I up building up :
INDIGESTION his dog and he becomes your the Breeders Do.. they are set in order." the whole system. .;t:

friend for life. No doubt men early realized that ;'
At the shows all by breeding they could produce'dif
important dog .
sorts of people meet and talk to- ferent kinds of dogs, each suited to'a Calotabs Help Nature ,s
specific purpose. In later years
gether on a common plane. In rank
this has been carried to

YOU ,Mrs. Nannie Murff of greatly and station as do the the owners dogs themselves vary as, remarkable lengths ,of refinement.An To Throw' Off Cold ;
intelligent breeder, if given a
110 Third Ave., Meridian which 'range' from the tiny toy .
,_' Miss., said: "When I was time, of course, c ..n produce ,al-
;{ -' a girl I became breeds weighing only a pound or .
I ; young
:l delicate. I had cramps two and capable of being tucked most any type of dog. He can Millions have found in Calotabs a toxines. Second, Calotabs are diuretic j'
and headaches periodically. choose not only physical features most valuable aid in the treatmentof to the kidneys, promoting the .;

y4' backache. I also associated suffered from with away and hidden in a lady's hand- a strong jaw, a good nose, long colds. They take one or two tab- elimination of cold poisons from :' ;a

/ functional disturbancesand bag, to lordly Saint Bernards, Great legs for speed, or short legs and lets the first night and repeat the the blood. Thus Calotabs serve :J
'would feel all gone. Danes, and mastiffs which may out- for into third or fourth night if needed. the double purpose of a purgative ;
Mother gave me Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription weigh the long body following prey and diuretic both of :
average man. How do Calotabs help Nature which are ;
as a tonic'hen I had taken a holes-but traits of character, suchas
few bottles the pains and aches were re- When King Edward VII died, a throw off a cold? First, Calotabsare needed in the treatment of colds.
and .
lieved. I could eat more, and I, felt just small white courage persistence.When one of the most thorough and Calotabs are quite economical; '.J'
dog be-
fine. Buy now of your near-by ,dealer. hind the was along the late Paul Rainey a few dependable of all intestinal elimi- only twenty-five cents for the family ...
carriage which the
gun on years ago formed the project of nants, thus cleansing the intestinal package, ten cents for the trial "
body was borne. It was the monarch's hunting lions with dogs in East Af- tract of the germ-laden mucus and package. (Adv.) '

SORES BOILS pet wire-haired fox terrier.On rica-a practice, incidentally, thatis 1
j" < ATHLETE'S FOOTBURNS, the collar were the words, "I :,
. ,< now by law-he tried Good as Well Wasted Indignation .:
CUTS.ndITCNING SKIN am Caesar, the King's Dog."
C AT TOM LOCAL MUG crossing American hounds with Why is "human nature" always I Most indignation is wasted. .."
: f i3 0 Iosiruo ..r.ulM./d.stoat/ Queen Alexandra's Clumber span- American-bred Airedales, and ran interpreted as bad human nature? Nothing results from it. ,

\ BOWJON CHIMKAI PlODUCTS Co iels were among the best in Eng- the cross-breeds together in a pack .

i /l\ 'r1 JACK5ONVH.il riOIIC60VfSONS land, and this breed and blood are with pure hounds and Airedales.The '"

; BALSAM still maintaned Sandringham, the result was highly successful.;

sporting residence of the late King The hound has the better nose, but

::': George V. it is not a particularly plucky dog. "

Favorites of Presidents. The Airedale, itself a blend of hound'
'? and terrier, is game and aggres-
> tSOc a, s $1.20 Nothing pleased President Theodore
sive, and makes a good attackingdog. ..f
Roosevelt so much as the musicof Face to face with even the

a pack of mountain lion or bear- biggest of cats, it had the cour- Simply put 2 drops of Penetro Nose Drops in "

O hunting hounds. President Wilson age to hold the quarry at bay until each nostril, and instantly feel fresh air break right
'fept+ had an old English sheep dog. Pres- its armed master could reach the breathe
the let
through congestion to
C stuffy you
recognized Remedy for Rheumatic ident Harding was a lover of Aire- ,':
,'' and Neuritis sufferers. scene. < easier. They soothe inflammation and help to '
{. A perfect Blood dales. Notable
ornaments to the
"' -r;:, Purifier. Makes thin Blood Rich end White House during the The Spanish pointers, when intro- V"sV."'' shrink red,swollen membranes. Contain epheTo ,',
k'' Coolidge
into consid-
: Hctlthy. Builds Strength .nd duced England, were
Vigor. drine and other approved med i
-t administration were the Scotch collie ered slow in dwelled I relieve chest
: Alw yt Effective Why suffer? too pace; they :
Rob Roy, and Tiny Tim, a white colds-rub with TRY ication. 25c,50c and $1 a
/.t ....AT ALL: *. GOOD..DUG.STORESMORNING : on the scene and consequently were
Eskimo dog. Penetro! -eipecially THIS bottle. Trial size lOc. For
% spoken as "potterer dogs
', The Hoovers brought to the executive which made much ado about littleor to bed. 2 freesample I of Penetro Nose '
DISTRESSis mansion a venerable German nothing. So the Spanish pointerswere Contains113to227more Drops, write Penetro, '

to acid,upset stomach. I shepherd dog, and other noteworthy crossed with foxhounds and medication Dept.D4,Memphis,Tenn. -

Milnesia wafers (the original White House dogs during greyhounds, and a breed of faster- to case =

!) quickly relieve acid I their occupancy were a beautiful going pointing dogs was produced, congestion; help 7> ,fJ'A PE N ETRO 'J
stomach and give necessary Gordon Setter and a big Norwe- those which today are the most your cold. Pene c-9Q es'
I '4 elimination Each wafer I gian Elkhound. Pets of President numerous of the short-coated tro Is stainless ,+ do -iV V NOSE DROPS
equals 4 teaspoonfuls of milk Franklin D. Roosevelt and his fam- dogs and are known as English and snow-whita, l i H NOS11l\' |4 raeeuci or novoH INC.. MEHPHIJ-HIWY' a
magnesia 20c,35c&60c.
ily have included
Major, a Ger- pointers.

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News 0....a H a M n..m a B n .B..m.m.1'in the agricultural conservation pro- .:..:.':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ry is still important in Florida life.
The Clew don: gram can receive government com- At present Florida produces about

I pensation, it is necessary that his HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES one-third of all naval stores manu- ;.
Too Late To Classify
fields be measured to ascertain"the I I Weekly from Homo Demonstration factured in the United States, and
Friday in Clewiston, .
Published every number of acres grown to soildepleting Specialists, Tallahassee one-fifth of the world production.

Inc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, By cRyssell KaylrrrrrrrprrttrrrrrU crops and the number to soIl-1m-I ..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:..:..: The State has ample forest land to. ?' '
____ RUCrill I proving crops. Up to the present' produce a much larger volume of naval -

Keathley Bowden, Editor I chains and plane tables have been' RECORD PEANUT CROP stores than it does at present.

If you know anybody that has a I used in making these determinations.R. AID TO WINTER MEALS Present production amounts to .

class mail matter nice second hand padded cell they'd S. Dennis, assistant district ag- about 150,000 50-gallon barrels of :
Entored as second Peanut dishes will be on the tableat '
at the Post like to rent for a couple of weeks, ent with the State Agricultural Extension gum spirits of turpentine and more \
1 ,
February a family dinner this winterIf
Florida, under I wish you'd put me in touch with Service, recently attended a I' than 500,000 gum rosin, worth about
o face in Clewiston American housewives make the
'em. If they got a straight jacket to regional conference at Baton Rouge, $8,000,000 annually. The industry
the Act of March 3, 1897. most of one of the season's best food ,
go with it, so much the better. La., in which advantages of airplane provides employment for over 15,000
bargains. The 1936 frll peanut crop,
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year, Maybe you've had some experiencewith mapping were explained. It is extremely estimated at 1,311,560,000 pounds, is men, its annual payroll is over $4- ,

Advertising rates on application. Fairs, and maybe you haven't accurate and much less ex the largest on record. Thrifty house- 000,000. Fifty-jsix of Florida's 67
-but anyhow I'm tellin' you after a pensive. Planes are flown at an elevation counties produce naval stores. Alachua -
wives will use it in soups, scallops,
guy spends 16 hours a day in the Sec- of 14,000 feet and exactly a county with 17 separate turpen-
salads, biscuits and breads, cakes,
Devoted to the advancement and retary's office for 11 big days and square mile of land can be included cookies, and confections. Nutritionists tine stills, has the largest number of

welfare of Clewiston and Hendrj 11 big nights, he's a fit subject fora In a photograph made at that height consider peanuts a bargain be- operations of any county in the
Combined photographs can be assembled state.
County. first class asylum.
cause they are low in cost yet1 con-
The first hectic week is over and into a mosaic which shows: centrated in nourishment, rich in Most farm-owned timber workedfor

-- -- weather today thaiwe've I'm writin' this durin' the Sunday afternoon fields, boundaries, and other char I both protein and fat, and good II naval stores is leased, but a number -.

A litle'cooler lull. The full force of the acteristics of the area in detajl. sources of vitamin B. I of farmers are chipping, dippingand

had so far this year. hurricane is due to hit in the morn- Such a map has permanent value selling their gum by the barrelto
the most convenient
I I Probably way
Another kidnapping, another murder ing, as the Florida State Fair goes in connection with county and state to use peanuts in cooking is in the nearby or central stills. Many

but this time an arrest. into its second big week. records, as ,velt'as for use in the sol form of peanut butter. You can buy farmers havev fifty acres of woodloton
thinks he's conservation program. Farmers them which 20 faces per acre could be
Fred got
If Governor
peanut butter or make It at home.
Now that all the beans are aboutgone a tough job bein' hounded by jot I selves even use copies of it ''in plan The only equipment necessary for worked. These 1,000 faces in one sea-

the prices are going up. There seekers, he ought to try sittin' in ning the layout of their fields.A home-made peanut butter is an oven son would produce about 20 50-gal-
still a few growers, however, lon barrels of dip, C. H. Coulter
are says
my chair durin' the Fair and get a tentative allotment of 23,00 to roast the ,nuts and a food chop-
will benefit from the increased price. from the miles for aerial photographs; Assistant State Forester. This gumor
load of arguments pass- square per with a fine grinding plate. Re-
Newspaper pictures show a rather, seekers. There are nine million seven has been assigned to Florida. Plans I' move both the shell and the brown dip usually can be sold for from -

icy-looking white substance all over hundred and sixty-three reasons why' for this have been drawn so that be ,' dry skin from the roasted nuts; then $5.00 to $8.50 per barrel. Labor and ':t?

cars, trees and houses in California. people ought to have a pass to the tween 80 and 85 percent of the croi I put them through the chopper, twiceif equipment cost about $3.00 per bar-

It's commonly called snow but we fair and the answer in the back of land in the state now participating necessary to make a smooth pro rel.

wonder what Californians will call the book is supposed to be "NO". in the conservation program can be I duct. Add about 2 or 3 percent salt I' The gum turpentine and rosin industry -

it. Stardust? The only trouble is, pass-seekers, photographed. All sections of the to the nuts either before or after' has operated under a mark-

like job-seekers, never want to take state are included. grinding. eting agreement directed by the Ag- .
Clewiston has done a nice job in NO for an answer. The Agricultural Adjustment Administration Peanut butter can often be substi- ricultural Adjustment Administration -.

raising money for the Red Cross relief Now and then an honest guy will'I is now considering the tuted for part or all of the fat call- for ,three years. By improving;

fund but that is no reason why admit that he wants a pass for no : plans and contemplating letting con ed for in a recipe. Peanut baking- quality and adjusting shipments to

we should stop. There'll be lots of other reason in the world than to ;I tracts for part or all of the work. powder biscuits and peanut cup cakes demand, prices have been improvedand

hungry and homeless people in the just see the Fair, but most of 'em! can be made by substituting peanut the industry aided. '

area for many weeks yet. insist that they want to get in to seea I COOIUNITY'CHURCH PROGRAM I butter for half of the fat in the re- Gum farming brings revenue from

man about a dog or deliver a pack-;I Sunday Night, February 7 I cipe. For drop cookies! with a peanut farm'woodlots and wild lands. Three

Only two weeks from Monday age of cookies to the Ladies' Aid I flavor, use peanut butter entirely in things needed to continue and aug-
Dr. D. Jenkins Williams Pastor
night until Clewiston 'Will be host j booth and they promise they won't i place of other fat. ment this income from pine trees!,

to several hundred yachtsmen in the even look at an exhibit either goin' Beginning on this night Dr. Williams For winter days, nourishing soups 1 as listed by :Mr. Coulter, are:

cross-state watercade. Let us hope I or coming( if I'll just let 'em in. I will deliver a series of serm can be made with peanut butter. 1. Fire' control if seed trees are

that we can make their visit. a mem- Then there are the frantic parents! ons based on the "Seven Words Fron: Cream of peanut butter soup is simply present. -
orable one. I whose fond off-spring got in free on i a thin white sauce made with ,
The Cross", these sermons to con 2. Fire control and'plantings of
Children's Day and forgets to come Lenten Season milk, flour for thickening, peanut
I tinue through
If that lovesick young man in home, and they want to go in,, and butter for enriching and seedlings where trees are scarce. '
his sit-down strike to I The theme for the first sermon is seasonlng'l I
Missouri look for him. And I mustn't overlook I and: salt and pepper. 3. Careful use of the hack or pullor -
get the girl he loves to say yes, he'll the dignified gent in the inornin' "The Divine Forgiveness. is also good in tomato and onion I o saw and ax.
probably call the General Motors'strikers The music by the choir for this: ...
coat and striped trousers who don'tmind soups. Onions scalloped with peanut i The State Forest Service in Tal-
who gave him the.idea a lot I service will be a list of request num-
payin', you understand, but he butter make another thrifty winter
of uncomplimentary names during : bers. In the afternoon the choir evil lahassee is in position to assist with
wants a pass just on the principle of dish. Fill a baking dish with layersof
the next few years appear at the Lake Harbor church problems of reforestation and fire
the thing on account of his bein' IM sliced onion, peanut butter white
PORTANT. Then there is the dear for a musical! program. 'sauce and bread crumbs. Bake until control, planting seedlings, naval

This section can get a lot of rain- little old ,lady who has a petunia en- the onions are_ tender and the top is stores practices, and proper care and
time and rid of it GRANT RICHARDS GIVEN I
fall at one get
tered in the Flower Show and wantsto brown. of timber. '

almost as rapidly. Last Friday the get in to, nurse it. Of course I'd MOVIE CONTRACT .._._.........:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:--:..:..:..:..) use
local golf course had :water standing like to fix ,her up, but if I did I'd I
in many places several inches deep. have ten thousand people stand in' inline Miami, Feb.. 4 (FNS-The perennial RURAL_COMMON SENSED '

On Wednesday of this week a negro at the front gate firmly estab- demand of movie producers; )' Spuds Johnson

laborer was out watering the greens for new ,faces won a film contract
lished in her mind as the meanestman I ..... * *............,,,, BREWSTER M. D.
with a hose. in the world. this week for Grant Richards, Uni : : ptltC- ****?***** ********* : : : : : : : :-: G. O. ,

I could go on and on, but why bur- versity of Miami graduate, and pro NAVAL STORES BRING .Eye, Ear, :Nose and ThroatAt
A REAL CANAL den you with my troubles? But passes duct of the Federal Theatre project IMPORTANT REVENUESTO

All the talk about the proposed is just one angle. There's the; Because of the excellence of his l : FLORIDA ANNUALLYIn Dr., S. J. Simmon's office

Jacksonville-Yankeetown ship canal Spanish Loyalist who' comes stompin', stage performances in the Los An- Bello Glade

has somewhat obscured the fact that. into the office to tear me limb from I geles theatre unit, Mr. Richards won olden days boat: which plied

real cross-state canal is about to be limb because the decorator who hung' the attention of producer Emanuel the seas needed a good supply of Every Monday -:- Glasses Fitted
opened, with a strong possibility that I the flags on the streets plastered the,I I Cohen. In the past year more than pitch to caulk the seams. Gum from I i

it may be deepened to 35 feet for town with the wrong kind of flags.i half a dozen Federal Theatre play pine and other suitable trees was

ocean-going vessels if real demand The fellow with the sick guinea pig i ers have been signed by Hollywood, collected, boiled until it became a
any who wants to know where he can find, thick, sticky pitch, and used for "na-I
should develop for a ship can- .
val stores". Now, 200 later -
a veterinarian. The Health Commis-' over years
the name still applies to products
sioner who shakes a dirty fingernail
From Stuart to Fort Myers the I
under my nose'; and tells me that' if from pine trees.Announcement.
federal is finishing the JAW'
government ( Counselor and Attorney at
of meetings being .
barge ,and yacht canal that will be, the Ladies_ Auxiliary leaves the lid Miami, Feb. 4 (FNS).Owing tc i '
held in Florida and Georgia Febru-
off the bowl time .
sugar one more the popularity of Jamaica '
dedicated February 21 and 22. It among I Hopkins BuildingVedncsc1a.s ':'
ary 2-5 by the U. S. Forest Service '
he'll close the
has been dug as an incident to con- joint. Florida tourists, this season, a special -
But on the other hand, it is not; and American Turpentine, Farms As-I 1 andSaturdays. yfI
air service from
struction of the levee system of flood new passenger I
all grief. Not all who enter the office tl sociation, and that the industry is
control on Lake Okeechobee.Carl Miami direct to ,Kingston, capital of 0:80 to 4:00
under a marketing agreement, brings
are burdened with a grievance.There's the tropical isle in the Caribbean,,
Hanton of Fort Myers, member
wh'ena to mind the fact that this old Indust-I
the thrilling moment
of Okeechobee Flood Control I will be inaugurated by Pan American I
Board, is authority for the statementthat ) country editor puts in his appear- Airways clipper ships, February'' 11, .
ance, or Red Edgerton of the Western H. Dobbs Jr. traffic man-
a 35-foot ship canal could be C. airways
completed over the .Stuart-Fort Myers -, Newspaper Union whispers in my I ager announced today. New high- ..................M..Mj..tM..MJwJ...*M..MJM.*....**'."*.M*..... .*MM.* *.*...MI...*M{..J.-."Ito .........................................................:....IIJ .

route for $30,000,000. That com-; ear and leads mfe 'round the corne'rfor speed 32-passenger Flying Clippers II. _

hares with estimates ranging from a cup of coffee I or a jigger of I will make the 700-mile run each

MGO.000,000 to $360,000,000 for Joy Juice. Thursday in five' and one-half hour) il

the ship canal in process of promotion And again life's darkest moment I hopping entirely over Cuba en-

through the central part of the will be brightened as I look up and route. j

state. see the smiling countenance of Bill I "This experimental service" is in addition j1 CLEWISTON 60LF

The federal government will havein Drips or Everett Mitchell of the NBC I to the two regular weekly f

the Stuart-Fort Myers waterway who are here to put on the Farm & trips between Miami and Kingston y

a n excellent medium of testing Home Hour, good old Mike Benton'I' which are booked to capacity three 1't'

vhether there is' any shipping demand of Atlanta who comes with an invi-i weeks ahead", Mr. Dobbs said. Clip- :: COURSE _L. *
for a short cut from the Gulf tation to join him in giving a big pers are now also making three shuttles ; '

of Mexico to 'the Atlantic across the steak and French frys a good home, i daily to Havana to accommodate { <: :; : >;'( ; ,
state of Florida. And this, mind you, Ross Lewis and the Grimes Sisters I unprecedented number of tourists, ': /_.

without imperiling the fresh water who drop by at least once a day witha making side trips by air. ..!.. : ..;.. _
supplies of the state, as the proposed cheery word-Bless 'em! Now and : I A.y

I cut at Ocala is apt to do. then a county agent will drop in witha I FLORIDA WATERFALL .fy

If the present congress considers mess of oranges or strawberries or IS' BEING FORMED Y I A:

these facts, its members will wantto the: good ladies of the Mystic Chap- ..:.. I' .S..S.
; .go slow about throwing heedless ter send a nice hunk of chocolate Dunellon, Feb. 4 (FNS).-Flor- : '

millions into a dangerous experimentat cake. ida's highest and only scenic water-

I Ocala, when a cross-state canal So altogether it's an enjoyable per- fall is being formed three miles northof

already is in existence, built with federal iod and our motto is "KEEP SMILING" here by an Ingenious engineeringfeat :jj: Open the Public i i.s.I

I funds, deep enough for yachts which diverts a large volume'

r and coastwise vessels, capable of water from Rainbow Springs and di- .. r1

J proving the need for such a short AIRPLANE MAPPING OF rects it over a 60-foot, natural, per- ... ..
FAIIM LANDS PROBABLE pendicular cliff into a tree-fringed

cut.If the big boats want to run -- bayou formed by an inlet of the :: :;:

through the, state of Florida insteadof Gainesville, Fla.-In keeping with springs.A I y A.s.e'
... ..
around it, Congress can enlarge modern requirements for speed Florida fern garden is being ..I"s.. > }.

upon the federal investment from plans for using airplanes in checking formed around the steep banks at f:;: '<-::.': .... :::
Stuart to Fort Myers, with the satisfying the base of the falls by plantings of i'..t,' .. ..S.f .
compliance with ..S.I .
knowledge that it is not mak- agricultural fern and tropical plants found onlyin f .I;

ing a dangerous and costly experi- conservation program in Florida are this state. Glass bottom boats enter I :: I Moderate Green Fees :!:

ment for a work of doubtful utility being seriously considered. The Ag-I the bayou and, approach withina
Miami Herald. ricultural Adjustment Administration few feet of the cascade in order I Exceptional Fairways i iI

is now studying plans and con- that visitors may see the constant 'I

Maximum egg production is not tracts through which it is hoped aerial rainbow, reflecting every color of I:;: interesting Greens :;

possible unless the hens get enough i photographs will be made for use the spectrum, which hangs in the I

'vater. Plenty of clean water should ,i in determining boundaries and areas,mists above the falls, giving them I ,.:.1 1 .!.:

be available at all times. One hundred -:lof fields whcih farmers have under I their name of Rainbow Falls, as 2- -- --

hens will drink, about four gallons -!''I contract with the government. 000 gallons of water pour over the I((11' ,.NN.. ..N......-..................*....*..*.....w..M..M....*..................................................................................,.........................".....II
of water daily. Before a farmer who participates falls each minute.

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I o'o. (N:..:N:N:N.NON.N:N:NN:N.N:N:N).:N:N:N:M N1 Mrs I. M. Pafford, Mrs. J. W. stad, Mrs. A. W. Fias, Miss Eunice Mrs. R. Patterson, Mrs. H. ,A.1 1 Owen, handkerchiefs. Mrs. Sch rn- '.
5* y Ezelle, Mrs. G. S. Mobley and Mrs. Meredith, Miss Ruby Richaud, Miss Bestor, Mrs J. W. Francis, Mrs. W. berg received lingerie as guest prize.

:$_:: Personal Mention ::_:: W. L. :Mobley were visitors in West Roberta:: George, Miss Lavonia Cong- F. Simpson, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs.G. Those enjoying the affair were:

!" .!. 't't. Palm Beach today. Mrs. W. L. Mob- don, Miss Lucille Hampton, Miss Ma- E. Linkswiler, Mrs. W. ,C.' Prew- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mr. and '
......'................. .................. ................
-, -) r .I., . . .-r- . . . ley left from that place for her homein ry Snell, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, Miss itt, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. H. R. Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mr. and Mrs. .
-,.'; .. Jacksonville. Dorothy Craig, Miss Saundal Wat- Hall; Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. '
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sparks spent '
Beach. son, Miss Marcia Avant, Miss Ulla Keathley Bowden, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli W.; C. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. M. f I. .
the week-end in West Palm
BRIDGE-SHOWER GIVEN Jacobsen, Miss Hazel Prince, Miss Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. M. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith,

,.. FOR MRS. "'. C. PREWITTMrs. Mildred Ward, Miss Dorothy Hare, Wright, Mrs. Mile: Wright, Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mr. and '

J. E. Beardsley spent several daysin Miss :Mary Markette and Miss Mary B. Thomas, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs.J. Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. 1Iaiev."rlght, : :',;:

Miami this week on business. F. Deane Duff and Mrs. M. Louise Oglesby. W. Ezelle, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, I'Miss Jayne Harrington, J. J. Harrington -, f

I M. Prewitt entertained Tuesday afternoon Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. C. L. Jay W. Moran, John Lucaa, the i t-\ry
: Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins spent at the home of Mrs.. Duff ALTAR SOCIETY HELDMEETING Downs, Mrs. L. C. Miller and Mrs. D. guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. : :

i Monday in West Palm Beach. with a bridge tea and shower honor- AT RECTORY G. Alston. Tea guests were: ,Mrs. J. Scharnberg and the group of host- :,

\ ing Mrs. W. C. Prewitt.A E. Beardsley, Mrs. L. H. Robbins, esses and hosts. '::-}

I Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hill were business novel pirate idea was carried The Ladies Altar Society of St. Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. D. J. Wil- ;,:i

I visitors in West Palm Beach out' in the bridge play. Before play Margaret's Catholic Church met liams, Mrs. Robert MacLaren, Mrs.C. I LADIES AID MEETING HELD \3

Monday. was ,started each guest was presented Wednesday afternoon, February 3, B. Roberts and Mrs. O. H. Roberts THURSDAY AFTERNOON l' :
with a small gift. At the end of the at the rectory at three o'clock. \

Mr. and Mis. B. E. Herring spent first table, the couple holding high- After 11he regular business session The regular monthly meeting of : '

the week-end with relatives in Fort est score were permitted to take the plans were discussed for com- MISS HARRINGTON ENTERTAINS the Ladies Aid Society of the Community :v
gifts which had been presented to HONORING MRS. SCHARNBERGMiss h afternoon "
Myers. bining a Catholic Study Club with Church was : .d Tuesday ;
their opponents. This was done at the Altar Society meeting each at the church with Mrs. C.

jJ conclusion of play at each table. Al- month. The study group is also ask- Jayne Harrington entertained B. Roberts and Mrs. 0. H. Roberts' "
Mrs. Jas. Rumbley, of Okeechobee, so tables ceased play when the head ed to meet next Thursday afternoonat last Thursday afternoon with a as hostesses. ,:'

was visiting friends here Wednes- table had finished. 3:00 with Mrs. B. A. Bourne. delightful bridge party at her home _Regular business was transacted "

day. The high score prize, a tole Mrs. P. G. White was hostess at honoring Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg, of and refreshments served to: Mrs. R. ,_ :
Boston, who Is visiting relatives here. H. Collins Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart
tray, was awarded to Mrs. W. F.
Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. I. M. the meeting and served delicious refreshments -
Pafford were visitors in West Palm Simpson; second, high a pottery I to: Mrs. E. J. Rogero, The high score prize was won by Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. Olin Carle-

Beach Saturday. carafe, to Mrs. F. M. Wright; cut Mrs.. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. M. Mutrix, Mrs. F. I. Hill, a serving tray; Mrs. ton, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. R. N.

prize, a jug of lavender, to Mrs. J. Miss Margaret Walsh, Mrs. H. T. Max Meluh held second high score Smith, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs.

F'' Keathley Bowden spent several E. Beardsley; low prize to 'Mrs. R. Mitchell and Mrs. B. A. Bourne. and received a toilet set while Mrs.F. Rogers, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. R. Y.

., days this week in Sanford on busi- Y. Patterson, a nail brush, and a The next regular meeting of the Deane Duff ,took the third score I Patterson, Mrs. D. J. Williams and

r iness.* guest prize to Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg, society will be at the rectory on Feb- prize, a bottle of perfume. The cut Mrs. I. M. Pafford.

; a manicure set. ruary 3.CHOIR prize, a compact, went to Mrs. G. E.
Mrs. E. V. McClelland, formerly Dainty refreshments 'of congealed Smith and a knitting bag was givento LADIES AID TO HOLD

Miss -Peggy Gallant, left Monday to salad with cheese straws and fancy HONORS MRS. LAWLERThe Mrs. W. C. Owen who held low OYSTER SUPPER AT INN r
I join her husband in SebrIng. pastries, mints in pastel .shades and score. A compact was given Mrs.

,c' -.- coffee were served. choir of the Community Scharnberg as the guest prize.A The annual Ladies Aid, oyster sup-

Mrs. Louise Bradley and Miss The guest of honor was presented church held an informal party at the salad, course, sandwiches and per will be held tomorrow (Satur-

Faustina Rogero spent several days with many lovely gifts at the con- home of Mr., and Mrs. R. N. Smith coffee were served to: Mrs. O. H. day) night at the Clewiston Inn be-

} this week in Miami. clusion of bridge play. Thursday night after choir practice. Scharnberg, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- tween the hours of 5:30 and 8:30
Sandwiches and coffee served. and the ladies are hopeful that ev-
follows were
/ The guest list was as :
berg, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. G. E.
R. T. Mitchell is confined to his Bridge: Mrs. Prewitt, Mrs. Maie The party was in honor of _Mrs. MarkR. eryone will arrange to have their
Smith, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. O.
I" I home this week suffering'with an O. Lawler who expects to move from evening meal with them.
Wright, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. F. Schiffli, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs.F. .
; : infected arm. F. Schiffli, Mrs. J. A. Rumbley, Mrs. Clewiston within the near future. M. Wright, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Committees from tho organizationhave

f W. C. Owen, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs.J. I been working hard all week in
Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt,
Mrs. J. W. Everett, of Ashville, N.I' R. r Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. F. Simpson H. Doty, Miss Mary Markette, Miss preparation for the affair and those
r Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson -
C., visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stew- Mrs. E. C.' Mills, Mrs. G. E. Marion Leydig, J. E. Beardsley and: Mrs. Max Meluh, Mrs. E. L. who buy tickets for the meal may be

art for several days this week. Smith, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. J. Mrs. Lawler. assured of getting plenty of good
Stewart, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and Mrs.
I' -- W. Ezelle, Mrs. O.;. Scharnberg, things to eat. In past years these
M. E. VonMach.
F. H. Butenschon, of Miami and Scharnberg have been well attended and
Mrs. H. J. B. Mrs. F. I. MRS. R. N. SMITH suppers

Chicago, was in Clewiston Wednesday Hill. Tea guests: Mrs. G.: B. Thomas BRIDGE PARTY WEDNESDAYMrs. DINNER PARTY; THURSDAY the organization has cleared consid-
looking interestsin
after property erable money to carry on their por-
Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. J. E. HONORS SCARNBERGSMr.
this section. Beardsley, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs.J. R. N. Smith entertained witha I tion of the church work. The sup-

-- Kolstad bridge Wednesday afternoon per this year is not expected to provean
W. Francis, Mrs. H. C. party
returned Monday and Mrs. ,, C. Owen, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Muniofc Robert Mc- honoring Mrs. M. R.Lawler and Mrs. exception.L. .
Mrs. D. J. Williams, Mrs. and'Mrs.. F.
Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mr.
to Atlanta. was
a trip Laren Linkswiler Mrs. Maie Wright. The party was held at
Mrs. G. E. ,
in West Palm Beach by Mrs.C. M. Wright, Mr. 'and Mrs. H. A. Bes-
met 'W. Saundal Wat- Mrs. Smith's home on the
Geo. Miss govern-
tor and Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson
E. Nail and Mrs. W. H. Lanier.Mr. reservation. B. MershonAGENT
ment .
son and Miss Jayne Harrington. entertained jointly with a dinner

High score prize was awarded to .
and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and MRS. O. H. SCHARNBERGIS party Thursday evening at the -
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, a vase; 'second .
Clewiston Inn honoring Mr. and Mrs.O.
.. children and Mrs. R. N. Smith and HONORED AT BRIDGEMrs.
son, were visitors in West Palm high score was held by''Mrs.. F. M. H. Scharnberg. After the dinner New York Life
Wright and she received a set of tomato .
the group went to the home of Mr.and
Beach Saturday. ,Fred I. Hill was hostess ata
juice glasses! ; a box of writing Mrs.. H. J. B. Scharnberg for Insurance Company
party given at' the Clewiston Inn
A 't Sidney Hoover will leave this week Monday afternoon honoring Mrs. O. paper was the low score prize and an evening of bridge. ARCADIA, FLORIDA
Mrs.. E. Linkswiler Mrs.
went to G.
; The prizes awarded at bridge were
t 41i for Louisiana where he will spend a H. Scharnberg.At .
: < M. E. Yena\vino received the cut as follows: high for ladies, Mrs. R.
two weeks vacation in New Orleansand the conclusion of several pro-
prize, a set of pepper and, salt shak- Y. Patterson linen lunch-
a printed
gressions of bridge Mrs: F. M. Wrightwas
< ers. Mrs. Lawler received: a bottleof eon set; second high for ladies, Miss
awarded the
high score prize,
perfume and Mrs. Wright a box Furniture and Home Furnishings
box of
Jayne Harrington, a Yardley
Representative E. L. Stewart returned a cake plate. The second high score
Saturday from Tallahassee. was held by Mrs. R. Y. Pattersonand of powder! as guest prizes.A I. powder; third high, Mrs. M. M. Prew- PHILCO RADIOS

where he attended the meeting of the she received a cracker jar. A valentine motif was used in decorations itt, dish; and low for ladies to Mrs.

state road department on Thursday. can of raspberries went to Mrs. E. and tallies. Refreshmentsof W. C. Owen, a pot holder; high for Household FurnishingsInc.

L. Stewart who held the low score frozen salad, baked meringuesand men, H. A. Bestor, a carton of cigarettes -

Carl Johnson\ left Thursday for a and Mrs. Maie Wright made the luc- coffee were served. ; second high for men, W. .

two week's vacation which,he expectsto ky cut and received a manicure set. The Invited list was as follows: I C. Prewitt, a tie and low to W. C. BELLE GLADE. FLORIDASAVINGS

spend, at his home in Sarasota and Guest'prizes, decks of cards, were I

in Detroit, Mich. given to Mrs. Scharnberg and Miss
Jayne Harrington.
W. E. Ramage, district manager I Sandwiches, salad and coffee were

',( for the Monroe Calculator Companywas I I served to: Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg,

a business visitor here Wednes Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg, Mrs. F. Deane .

I" day. Duff, Miss Jayne Harrington, Mrs. SAFETY DIVIDENDS .

L I: H. A. Bestor, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, s
I Mrs. C. R.' Bitting, of Palm Beach, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. J. V. 'Four- i,

: accompanied by Mrs. Louis Levy and mey, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. C. L. ': "

: Jas. C. Bolger, of New York, were visitors Downs, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. R.

here Tuesday. Y. Patterson Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs.
, ,
ti ,
Record of Dividends of .
O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. .' ; f

', I Mrs. Ralph Frye, of Fort Myers, J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, :: '-' Clewiston Home Building Association I

accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lee 0'- Mrs. Judson Francis, Mrs. Maie ."

I Neil of Champaign, 111., and O. M. Wright, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. G. W. J -" '
I :
'J' : ,:,'> RATE 'I
j Clark, of Indianapolis, Ind., were Sparks and Miss Valerie Robinson. .

1 visitors here Tuesday. : YEAR PERCENT YEAR

: i.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCracken, I ,
MRS. JAMES H. SPIKES 1928 5.5 1933 .6
Mrs. A. N. Gallant, Mrs. L. M. Knapp, \ "
;<,() Mickie, Knapp and, Margie McCracken Mrs. A. O. -Ward-and Mrs. R. J. : ;,::,:: : d' 1929 7 1934 6 '

'\ were visitors in West Palm Beach ,
Tuesday. Lee entertained, jointly Thursday afternoon :C-l;!. t' 1930 4 1 1935 6"

with a bridge shower honor- I .,>:j. >..'I..: 1931 J -4' 1936 ,: ,'6 ,.
Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler and Charles ing Mrs. James Harold Spikes, who .'}:,' Of' ,",;.''.," "",' ',' .

and Robert Linkswiler were visitorsin before her marriage ,last week was / ", r 1932 '6 ,

Miami remained Tuesday.there for Charles a visit Linkswiler of several -- Miss High Evelyn score Hare.prize at bridge was .A :, : ;zFi ;: :;., '. :, .. ':'\ ; :." .:..; ;: ;: : '

,; m ,
days. awarded to Mrs. Roy Alston, a lin- 1 .
I en luncheon set; Miss Roberta ;: I / \ :

Capt. and Mrs. G. E. Linkswilerhad George was low and received a vase .' '. CALL BY THE HOME

as their guests this week, Capt. while Mrs. B. E. Herring received a
Linkswiler's uncle, Charles Linkswiler bath mat for making the lucky cut.

and his brother, Robert Linkswiler At the conclusion of play the bride Invest your savings for safety and a good TIlING TOMORROW AND.

.= of Lake Charles, La. was presented with a number of at- Home Building has paid
return. never
-r tractive gifts. ;. .'TALK THINGS OVER.
Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. Moores and Tuna fish salad, cakes and coffee dividends of less than 4 percent per year. r '

Mrs. Alice Jones Morgan, of Cleve- were served by the hostess. The invited -
In these days of reduced interest on savings
;, land, Ohio, who are spending the i list included: Mrs. W. A. Davis -

winter in Jupiter, were the guests Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Foy accounts and reduced returns on other ,

for several days this week of Dr. and Durrence, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs.G. offers "
forms of investment Home Building '
Mrs. D. J. Williams. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli C'v- ,

Mrs. L. A. Turner, Mrs. Z. G. the conservative, thrifty investor the investment .'
D. L. Smith and son, Harvey, of Meredith, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.G. Investigate !
best suited to his needs. \
Richmond, Va., were the guests from E. Etherton, Mrs. C .L. Downs, ,- ,
.f Thursday to Saturday of last week Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs. M. E. Von- Clewiston Home Building Association ,

,' of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King. Mr. Mach, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. Grat-
f A\-:J Smith is Mrs. King's brother. I ton George, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTON
M. H. Crouch, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. little as 5.00 per month or as much as '
Mrs. Hubert Land and baby daughter V. C. :Woodward, Mrs. S. R. Cruze, HOME BUILDING ,
Shari Fay, arrived Tuesday from Mrs. G. O. Wallace, Mrs. D. A. Mc- $.1,000.00.1D: a lump sum, you ,II find a "

Good Samaritan Hospital in West, Geachey, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs.J. Hone Bi:ilding program adapted to your ASSOCIATION

I "'" Palm Beach. They will visit here'for G. Niblack, Mrs. E. C. Mills, PHONES 102.103! '".

i, I,.;, a few days before going on to their Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. G. B. requirements.
home in Okeechobee. Mr. Land and Thomas, Mrs. Robert Waldron, Mrs.

i Mrs. H. C. Avant went to West Palm ,Harvey Guthrie, Mrs. W, B. Cate,

I' Beach for them. Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. H. C. Kol
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How 4RE I After Audience Arrives _

o B RIG H T DAY I Victorians Thackeray used and to some write other their great nov- ?

MARY SCHUMANN /!?! els with the publisher's messenger

: BARTON waiting at their elbow, but Mr.

Talks Aubrey Menon, a young London
About dramatist, is currently beatingeven

A Typical Reducing Diet this record, by writing his

r S TAR T HERE is so much being said play after the audience arrives.
Copyright. by Macrae Smith Co. and written about overweightthat This recalls the Italian Corn-
WNU Service the individual media dell' Arte of the Middle
> average may
wonder whether or not overweightcan Ages, when the actors improvisedthe

Ii I always be reduced to normalby play, The Commedia dell'

(, simply cutting down on food, Arte, however, was helped by
,'\ SYNOPSIS Wash. and dry 'em?" Hugh followed her to the kitchen, without having to exercise or use dealing with stories long estab-
;" "That's a valuable idea," approved lounged against the wall while Joan gland extracts. lished by tradition. But Mr. Menon E

.' Kezia Marsh pretty, selfish and twenty, arrives ] Hugh. opened segments of cheese Now it can be said that lets his audience choose the subject -
, home in Corinth from 'school and is met "Dorrie, you're always getting wrapped in silver papei. He ad- while definitely of his play out of the evening
by her older brother Hugh. He drives her to out of work-oh mired her deft movements she every overweight individualcan
mother, yes, you are -you as newspapers. Philadelphia In-
'j the Marsh home where her have his or her
. washing the glasses. went from cupboard to tablo quick
Fluvanna, a warm-hearted, self sacrificing and can begin weight reduced by quirer.
' her. KeziA's sfs will to but not brisk but He
>r understanding toul, welcomes Jonny give you an apron light sure.
f" ter, Margery, plump and matronly with the cover up that creation you're wear- thought her eyes were like those r -: simply cutting down
t care of three children is .at lunch with them. h2' '% on food, there are Patent for Salt
ing! wild asters on the dining table,
p. Hugh's wife, Dorrie, has pleaded a previous who
:. engagement. On the way back to his job at "Oh, Cun, Dorrie will spoil her smoky blue. And her lashes a some get only The first patent ever issued in
i".. the steel plant founded by one of his fore. manicure!" said Joan. thick fringe of black. Nice eyes, part way down to America, says Scientific American -
: bears Hugh passes Doc Hiller, a boyhood f ; normal and then
But Dorrie entered into it gayly, Joan had. in the of
frequently because was granted colony
friend whom he'no longer see* /% lose no more weight
of Dorrie's antipathy. Fluvanna Marsh took the dishpan, filled it with hot He ventured a compliment % h''J the Massachusetts Bay in New
unless take
wakens the next morning from, a dream about water sprinkled some chipsin they
soap "You're looking yourself tonight. vs England to Samuel Winslow for a
her late husband, Jim whose unstable char more exercise or
. acter she fears Kezia has inherited. Ellen it. "Bring on the glasses. She 'paused, smiling. "Meaning s4 use some gland ex- chemical process, the manufac-
Pendleton comes over. She is an artistically "Wash 'em clean, my'girl, or -?. ; ture of salt, on the second day of
;_: inclined girl who is a distant niece of Fluvanna's. you'll get fired!" tract. ?\
, "YeS-very, he said emphatically. April, 1641.-; The wording of the YI
she has The vast
She happily tells Fluvanna "Wash them clean?" Dorrie majorityDr.
become engaged to Jerry Purdue. Ellen fears Barton of cases, however, :
that her father and mother. Gavin and Lizzie, laughed as she'rinsed a goblet and "Thanks." A GENERAL COURT OF ELECTIONS,
\-' will not approve the match. Hugh and Dor handed it to him to dry. "Don't The kitchen was a shining placeof and they are due to HELD AT BOSTON THE 2th, 4th Mo..
;t Tic go out to the Freeland Farms to dance you trust me, Cun?" cream-colored walls wood- overeating, can be reduced to normal 1641. Whereas Samu: Winslow hath madea
:. with their friends. Ciui and Joan Whitney. ana weight by, cutting down on the pposition to this Court to furnish the
(, Wh tne who has been out of work has a "No, not now. work, red tile linoleum, and red food intake and increasing the countrey wth salt at more easy rates than
.' new position. Cun and Dorrie dance togetherand Joan and Hugh were clearing the other-wise can bee had, & to make It bya
then disappear for a while. Dancing with table, going back and forth betweenthe cise; no gland extract-thyroid' or meanes, & way wch hitherto hath not
p. Joan. Hugh is amazed to find her in tears. kitchen and the dining-room. pituitary-is needed. bene discovred. It Is therefore ordered
/'. Apparently she has some secret worry over that if the said Samu: shall within the
her husband, Con When Ellen and Jerry When Hugh came through with The thought then for every case space of one yeare, set upon the said
_ speak about their engagement" to Ellen's par. some plates, Cun arc Dorrie were of overweight, at first anyway, is worke, hee shall enjoy the same, to him
;:. ents. Lizzie is disagreeable until Jerry'"sym' talking in low voices. She said to go on a ,reducing or a reduction & his assosiats for the space of 10 yeares
patbizes with her imagined ailments. The matter in louder tones "Get so as it shall not bee lawfull to any other
at once a
y" is left pending. Unexpectedly Hugh has diet.And pson to make sale after the same way
f to visit a neighboring city on business. Return dry towel, nitwit. That's just sop- the thought behind every re- during the said years; pvided nevrthe-
s:. ing home to ask Dorrie to accompany him he. ping"-the quick abandonment of. 4 lk duction diet is not that the amountof less that it shall bee lawfull for any psonto
finds her telephoning. In confusion she quickly She a secret conversation for a casualone. food eaten will be all that the bring in any salt, or to make salt after
_ hangs without saying good-by.
up othr dureing the said tearme.
any way
; finally agrees to accompany him. They spend But they were always chaffingone body will need for its work, but
i I'a; delightful day and Hugh is happy. At a another, Hugh remembered. because the reduced or reduction

,": is family disturbed party,when Kezia Jerry encounters is absorbed Jerry.by Kezia.'Ellen Dorrie emptied the dishpan, diet does not supply the i' body's

i Kezia goes out of her way to charm Jerry. glanced at the clock. "Twenty min needs, the body itself has to supply I 0 t
' :, Fluvanna is concerned about Kezia, who is utes-no more! Who said I didn't some food and so gives up some of
:' evasive about, dates she has the been resemblance having at of know how to work?" the fat that it. has stored.
:: night. She muses over
;.:;' Kezia to her late husband, recalling how temperamental "Don't misquote," said Cun, his ildfz Regular Foods Needed.
moody and improvident he had out
eyes merr>. Always getting
:' been. She recalls the tragic picture of his Thus when a physician makes out
of it I said.
. and gambling to ,
death-how after drinking
or prescribes a reducing diet for .
:' excess he is faced with financial ruin how he "That for you!" She snapped her a :
': tries to force her to mortgage her resources fingers at Cun. "Hugh will tell you patient he makes sure that there
to pay his debts and threatens her with a will be enough of the foods used KEROSENE awitJz
gun, how in a struggle for its possession he I'm a thoroughly efficient person. ,daily that are needed to do the regu- o a coan
/ is fatally wounded. Overworked and worriedover Come on, Joan, let's go upstairsand GASOLINEMODELS
. lar routine work of the
or body-for
: business Hugh stays at the office Saturday
repair the damage. Hurry '
\ afternoon. Doc Hiller advises a let-up. the:work oi digestion, breathing, the AIRPRESSUREiMcmceLAMPS I
Hugh and Dorrie are dinner guests of the before I get any more man cracks beating of the heart, 'the circulationof
;' Whitneys. from this husband of yours\ Does !
the blood, the getting rid of '. I
he bully you this way? '-"Jo, Protect your sight with
wastes and other work-and then
"Most of waking hours eh anhiGaB eye-Bavin? Coleman
my letting the stored fat in the bodybe light! Kerosene Pressure Mantle I
CHAPTER VIContinued13 Joan?" said Cun. "She's too loyalto Lamps provide a high candlepower of live I '
", used up for any exercise the light.. .nearest like natural daylight..kind t t''
give me away. body does. to your eyes.,. "-
"A perfect dinner," commented "Don't count on me too much," You can enjoy the finest light for only\i a
The physician is careful in arranging night. No home can afford to without a
make said Joan her shoulder she
Hugh. "Jonny, you cookingan over as Coleman. Buy it from your local Coleman
art!" followed Dorrie out of the room. "Jonny, You Make Cooking an the diet that "enough" of dealer. FREE Folders Send Postcard Now
"It should be," she said blithely. Hugh rather enjoyed the bridge 'Art." each kind of food-proteins, starches THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE co.
"We practice it enough." game. He and Joan had unusual fats, liquids, minerals and vitamins Dept.WU17J.Wichita Kant.;Chicago: ,I1L
is Philadelphia, Pa.; Lot Angeles, Calif.
"Notice that vinegar for the sal- luck, won rubber after rubber. Dor- voile curtains. He opened the doorto provided.

ad?" asked Cun. "She makes it in rie seemed absent minded and sev- the porch. "Do you eat out here Meat and fish must form a partof

June from the rose petalsmuchmilder eral rimes made rather obvious often?" the daily menu' as proteids are Helping: Others .

than any other." misplays. Late in the evening she "Yes, all our breakfasts. If we needed by the body to build and What do we live for, if not tc:

"And the strawberries?" Dorrie denied Cun's heart bid with one of pull down the shades on the left side repair worn tissues. A typical reducing make life less difficult to others?-

exclaimed. spades, went back to spades when we're hidden from our neighbors.We diet as arranged by Kather- George Eliot..

"Fall bearing ones." Cun raised his heart bid, and was can see our garden, watch the ine Mitchell Thoma,. director of die-

"I never see them. Where did promptly doubled. The spades' birds visit the cement' pool." tetics, Michael Reese hospital, Chi-

- you get them?" were bunched in Joan's hand and "I wonder if I could build something cago, is as follows:

"From the Mennonite farmer with the double she drew, she went I like this .on our place. I've Breakfast-orange or apple or Vz. Beware Coughsfrom

who brings me eggs each Satur- down disastrously."If : always wanted to eat outside." \ grapefruit or % cantaloupe or one

day. There's a settlement rf thema you'd led clubs last, you'd "Come over and have breakfast serving fresh strawberries; choiceof common colds

few miles south. They're very have saved two tricks," said Cun. with me some morning." roll or thin slice of bread, 1 egg

unworldly so carefully honest "Forget they were-high?" "I will some morning when Dor- boiled or I poached; 1 glass skim That Hang OnNo

about 'every penny." "So they were. Sorry, Cun, I rie isn't up and the maid is havinga milk or tea or coffee. For noon

"Religion means everything to played it like a-" vacation." and evening meal each (that is matter how many medicinesyou

many people," said Joan. "Nitwit?" hesuggested. "It's all "Let it be soon then. Nc: many twice these amounts should be tak- have tried for your cough,chest

Cun settled in his chair more right. Your game is usually so more weeks of summer.'* Her en daily) : clear stock soup and veg- cold or bronchial irritation, you can

omfortably. His eyes sparkled, cracking good you're entitled to an white teeth gleamed in her ciark etables; large serving of salad com- Serious get relief trouble now with be Creomulsion.brewing and

his florid skin was pinkel than usu- occasional lapse." face as she smiled this challenge.Her posed of any of the following-head you cannot afford may to take a chance

al. "I grant you that, Jonny. ButI Hugh looked at his watch. "Elev- eyes, so burningly aliv, lin- lettuce, tomatoes.string beans, cab- with anything less than Creomul-

can't see it. Too many hymn- en-thirty," he reminded them. gered on him with something bage, beets, celery, carrots. Use sion, which goes right to the seat

singing hypocrites in church -when.I "Come on, Hugh," said Joan, thoughtful and caressing, something mineral oil as a dressing; 1 thin of the trouble to aid nature to
heal inflamed
and the mem-
was young blasted m., youthful "we'll go out and fix up a nightcap, evocative in their depths She, slice of bread or % potato; choiceof branes as the germ-laden phlegmis
illusions!" get some cheese and crackerstheduty turned away. lean beef, roast or steak, lean loosened and expelled.
Joan looked at him steadily. of the winners." (TO BE CONTINUED) veal, lean lamb, white meat of Even if other remedies have

"You don't believe in anything, do chicken, white fish, 2 eggs; choiceof failed druggist, don't is authorized be discouraged to guarantee, your .

you?" I 2 servings of either asparagus, Creomulsion and to refund your ,.)l
"I've never felt the need of it.I I Modern Science Still Uncertain as to brussels sprouts, cabbage, spinach, money if you are not satisfied with, l ,

Life has been pretty good to me string beans, cauliflower, sauer- results from the very first bottle.
Whether One Dies Piecemeal
Suddenly or Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.
and when it's over, IIan.. it to beover. kraut, or one serving of either

.- -- beets, carrots, turnips, squash,
The problem of the Nebraska : with its most visible sign the
Dorrie's eyes were applauding."My peas; choice of fruit for breakfast.
sentiments, Cun. Religion is Supreme court, compelled recentlyto breath. Here began the Greek doc- eTreating Cultivation of Mind

the refuge of a defeated soul." decide whethe a baby whose trine of the psyche; that imagined a Boil Cultivation is as necessary to
heart beat but who never breathed immaterial something which wentin the mind as food is to the body.-
"Exactly, nodded Cun. ,
Some of the disastrous results following -
"A person has been overthrownby was born alive or dead, repeats or out with breath and whose the squeezing of a boil to

life, and prays for a heaven what is perhaps the oldest problemof departure was assumed to mean get out the "core" are known to

which will be a wish-fulfilment of biology, no better solved today life's end. To this, plus the fact every physician, and patients are
the things missed on earth." than in the days of Imhotep, first that individuals may cease to always warned that the boil shouldbe At Your Best !

"Then there is no reality in religion physician of Egypt, so difficult is breathe for a time and yet recover, allowed to. "point" before any Free From ConstipationNothing
it to decide just what is the essence may be traced most of human
? Merely wish-fulfilment? opening should be made, if at all. beats a clean system for
of life. Is this the brain thoughts about spirits immaterial
questioned Joan. "So glad to haveit The treatment of a boil is by health!
understood." the heart, the breathing machineryor beings and the soul. The Egyptians -:
explained never heat; hot compresses if possible, or At the first sign of constipation,
Dorrie took no notice o: her some other organ, normal had a different idea, accepting I what is now being used to a great take purely vegetable Black-Draasht

irony. She went on: "It's good for : operation of which is to be con- as life's essential seat and extent, the hot magnesium sulphate for prompt relief.

some individuals. We have a, case sidered synonymous with being center the beating heart and other (Epsom salts) dressing. The "dry" Many men and women say that Black-

in our family-Hugh's mother. Oh, alive? asks a writer in the New organs of the trunk-ideas which form of magnesium sulphate is used its Draught cleansing brings action such, refreshing poisonous rtlief.effects By of

don't look shocked! Your motherisn't York Herald-Tribune. The breath still survive in such faded meta- which contains 12 per cent less constipation are driven out; you soon

sacrosanct, is she? I'm only may stop for at least thirty min- phors as "heartsick" or that one I water than the usual crystal feel Black-Draught better, more costs efficient.less than most

3 saying it before Joan and Cur utes and the victim still recover. "has no stomach" for a task. form with which we are all familiar. other laxatives.
Hugh's mother has had a tremen- Perceptible heartbeats may be absent Modern science is not much bet- This is mixed with glycerine to

dous help from religion." for at least that long without ter off in defining life than were form a thick paste, put on gauze, BLACK-DRAUGHT

"Then I would say there is reali- fatality, although experts maintain these ancients who hesitated be- and applied directly to the boil. The A GOOD LAXATIVE .-..
ty in it," Hugh defended. "How that some degree of circulation of tween heart, brain and breath as paste absorbs moisture so shouldbe

can one tell there is not? It's sup- blood must be maintained during being its essence. No one dies all kept well covered between ap-

posed to be experiencea spiritual this interval. Undoubtedly the or- at once, but only piecemeal. plications. This paste can be left WNU-7 5-37

adventure which convinces people gan most easily damaged by inter- Breathing stops for a time, or the on for several hours. To increase
!" ruptions of breath or heartbeat is circulation of the blood. Probablythe heat and action of the magnesium Worms expelled promptly from the human

Joan jumped up from the table. the brain, for it is estimated that first organ, then, to succumb sulphate a hot water bag can be Shot.system" with One single Dr. Peery's dose does Vermifuge the trick."Dead 60e.
"Gracious! Weren't we stupid to stoppage of supply of oxygen to permanently is the brain. Others, placed on top of the dressing. All Druggists.

i get in an argument over religion this organ for as long as twelve including the heart muscle, may When the boil points and is readyto Dr Peer 's

when it always ends in a yammer? minutes works damage which is ir- live for hours, or even days, in the open, a sharp toothpick, which

Cun, tell Hugh about your new reparable. sense that the protoplasmic cellsof has been dipped in carbolic acidis I'Vermorfu
j work while I clear away." Perhaps no single observation in these organs still live and could gently bored or drilled into the

"We went over that the last the history of biology has had so grow if removed. To say preciselyat center of the boil. A magnesium e

time," answered Cun. "What do much effect on human thinking as what instant a person dies seem sulphate dressing applied directlyto Weights Pill Co.. 100 Gold Street, N. Y. City
you say we do the dishes for Joan? the prehistoric identification of life to be impossible. the boil helps the pus to drain.
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New Road Board Chairman Baseball Uniform $5000.00.
3. The association! has eliminated"
lews The first baseball team that worn all withdrawal demands and has secured -
school w" a? vsrx; .:. q 5 r, ?wHr a:0 f.;> :F+!ri,' 1S': r r."R a: uniforms was the Knickerbockers! ol from all investing stockholders -
New York in 1851. The first to wear whose holdings amount to Ten

the present-day nnlfona with short I Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00) or ,

lttll; .'r ..._............._.__-Ethel Willis imatawac fob," ClIH'.1r.n.Qtl Rad In 18GS. more an agreement that they will ,
*,' ,'; Editor Bienilce O'Xeal not request the repurchase by the association -
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=:.p.:rts EditorLcI''cty Hare of more than 20% of the

j :td\'lssor. __:Miss Dorothy Lockhart NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING total value of their holdings in any I
; ::yp d nr'ov 4. Clewiston Federal Savings and
a ry.rfd'i CIATION., I Loan Association will assume all the i
Grade News-
First; a >',' ,,, To the shareholders of properties assets liabilities and obligations -
"Reading honor roll: Carline Bern- Clewiston Home Building Associa- of Clewiston Home Building -
er. Virginia Turner, Mary Ruth John- tion: Association. All creditor obligations -

son, Kim Kolstad Laura Mae Ja- fwr.": { Notice Is hereby given that the shall continue to remain as outstanding .. '
Betty Lou Em- 'of the converted {i I
co i, Clifford Beatty regular meeting of the shareholdersof obligations
ri( h, Mary Katherine Dyess and I Clewiston Home Building AssoCi- association. 'r ;
Junior Raines. ation has been called by the Boardof 5. All investing shareholders with- at{ ,
Ruth Directors to be held at Adminis- out preference shall be given shares $;
telling honor roll: Mary tration Building, Clewiston, Floridaon in Clewiston Federal Savings and ; ,

Johnson, Virginia Turner Lillian a Monday, February 15; 1937 at Loan Association In an aggregate !
Golden, Ruby Ricks, Billie Arnette, M ti. YIF i4 five o'clock in the afternoon, for the paid In value equivalent to the present i'

Estelle Richardson, Grant Brewer, ; purpose of considering and voting value of their accounts as determined .-fr'

Canine Berner, Kim Kolstad, Mary upon the following: by the Board. t:

Knrherine Dyess, Betty Lou Emrich, I 1. The plan 'of conversion ap- 6. The Association will cancel all 'if:
Laura Mae Jacobi,' Clifford Beatty proved by the Fed-jral! Home pledged .shares of borrowing members to;
by the application of amounts J\
end Dude Smith. Loan Bank Board, pursuant to
equivalent to the book value of such
the Rules and Regulations for '
Second_ Grade News- Federal Savings Spelling honor roll: Gilbert Mc- ciations.. The plat of conversion as credits to the mortgages of said ;:i

Leod, Nancy Jo Wright, Sammy Ray approved by the Federal Home borrowing members. After convers- ti ''
Young Clarence Styles, William Mc- Loan Bank Boarc is printed on' ion all existing loans, as well as all ;',1

Cracken, Janice Norton, Raymond the reverse hereof. new loans, shall be direct reduction y? '

Trice, Louise Prewitt, Gene Mills, 2. A petition ,,0 the Federal loans.f'
7. The aggregate value of the to-
June Espenlaub, Charles Benbow, Home Loan Bank Board for con-
tal number of shares issued by Clew- J. '
Jo Anne Crouch, Patricia Bailey, version into a Federal Savingsand I iston Federal Saving and Loan As- :&4.. ''1: '

Peggy Law'':!r, Marv Louise Thomas Loan Associution. sociation, plus the aggregate amount '

Margie ,Allen, Dorothy Mitchell, 3. The election nf three Direc- of Creditor oblig: lions continued ;.
Jacqueline Bledsoe, Grace Ward, tors to serve for a term of three shall not exceed the value of the

Ruth Emrich and Faith Mitchell years and until their succes- assets of the converted association.
sors have been el cted and shall ::
Doris Kellberg from Bradenton have qualified.

has been visiting the second grade. 4. The transaction of any and
Third Grade Xews-- all other business t at may pro- IX THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND
perly before the meeting,
Doris Sim-
Spelling honor roll: ARTHUR B. HALE IDAH.
or any adjournm nt thereof.If .
mons, Jack Wooten, Nora Oglesby I I you do not ej ')oct to be pres- C. DICKERSON,

Mayme Johnson Wilma Jean Tingle, where first aid was given for her I ing scene is when Drayton's: faith- ent at the meeting und wish to vote Complainant,

Ogie Arnette David Belcher. slight injuries. She then continued I ful farm hands "serenade" him I as therein indicated- please,, sign and VSEFFIE

:Ynirlh Grade Xews- on to her home in Miami. with songs and dances the day they return the attached proxy in theenclose SMITH DICKERSON,
honor roll: Parmelia I stamped envelope addressed Defendant
Spelling that she was driving at a high rate are dismissed from their homes.
Smith Marilyn Davis, to the, secretary. By order of the
Bourne, Willie DIVORCEIt
of speed and apparently fell asleep. This may be the last play which
Sue VonMach\ Doris Poole, Ralph Sheriff J. J. Wiggins investigated will be undertaken by the students Board of Directors.F, DEANE. DUFF, appearing by at-'idavit appended

Silva Christine Redish, Lewis and said that she was apparently this year and it will be well worth President. to the sworn Bill of Complaint in.
Blount, Elsie Bembry and Betty Mc- I the above entitled cause that the de-
travelling in the neighborhood of I your while to attend. Considerabletime W. C. OWEN,
I fendant Effie Smith Dickerson is a
duffie. eighty miles an hour when the wreck has been taken in practice and Secretary.
I non resident of the State of Florida
Fifth Grade Xews- occurred. The has been making CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING
wrecked car was lifted the director every that her residence Post Office address
Inez Haven: has:: been absent the from the ,creek and brought to a garage effort to make it one of the best am- ASSOCIATIONPLAN and place of abode is unknown
week because of illness. We are OF CONVER 'ION FROM A.
past here. here.
ateur performances ever seen ,I and it further appealing that there
glad to have her with us again. STATE CHARTERED ASSOCIA- is no, person within the State of
Spelling honor : CATHOLIC "
Most Delicate Dog Florida service of summons on ;
Broadfoot and Marianne Jones. CHURCHRev. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION., 'whom would bind the said defend
Ordinarily HIP Russian wt.lf-honnd 1. The name of the converted association -, .
Sixth: Grade Xews- I of the cwld "It
Is considered a beast shall be ant.It
We enrolled a new member this \( Father J. F. Walsh, B). D.,' northern' wastes, hardy beyond man's CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS I I is thereupon ordered and adjudged -
that the defendant be and
week, Esther Haven. This makesour l Pastor.) endurance. However, It Is one of the AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
to said Bill of Complaint on
enrollment twenty. Mass each Sunday at 8:30 a. 2. The association will secure appear
most delicate of the dogs, slight
or before Monday March 1st A. D.
Spelling honor roll: Elbert Hooker except on last Sunday of m'l th'anges: In temperature.: being fatal to from at least ten individuals addi- 1937. -

Dorothy Adams, Pearl Bembry; when mass is at 10:30 a. m. It. tional investments amounting to It is further ordered that this no-

Janice Brantley Katherine Chap- Communion Sunday for the con- ---- tice be published once a week for

:nan and Gloria McDuffie. gregation is the first_ Sunday in each I four consecutive weeks in the Clew .' :\ .

;Seventh Grade Xews- month. iston News, a '''newspaper of general !, .I.
We are glad to enroll Collie Moth. Religious instruction classes for .:" circulation in Hendry County, Flor- '..

from South Bay. all children attending public school ida.
Grade News- Immediately after Done and ordered at LaBelle,
Eighth mass on Sundays.
The'eighth grade welcomes a new. Junior (children's) choir meets : /J{ tf'rl 'veO'U D.Florida 1937.this 19th day of January A.

member into their class. Flora Lee Wednesdays 4:30 p. in. and Saturdays !/
Haven from Wauchula.A 9:30 a. m. at the church. I
Clerk Circuit Court.
number of our eighth grade puJiIs' Catholic Men's Club meets the second I
are showing their ability in Monday in each month at the :''-' Solicitor for Complainant.

drawing. They are making posters Rectory at 7:30 p. m. JlX 0' ,at r' \"\ : ..' Jan. 22-29 Feb. 5-12-19. 1937.
10 advertise the senior play "Still The Ladies Altar Society meets )

Waters", so look for them in your: the first Wednesday in each monthat -', ; '.." :

favorite stores." II the homes of the members run- ,'.' .' ,;I" I

Gladys Willis and Mary Warren ning in alphabetical order at 3:00p. : ? I

motored to LaBelle Monday after m. ; :
L.\{: : .
noon. I Convent instruction class each ( : \ I I ; ?
Bernice O'Neal and Zelda Smith Friday at 7 p. m. ; ZFU! FLORIDA

spent the week-end in South Bay visiting Mass, on First Fridays at 8:00 a. .. -. I I
relatives and friends. m. ; I

Grade ten is sorry to report the Baptisms by appointment. '\ J ,

loss of Peggy Gallant but we wish Visitors are always welcome. GJ
her happiness:: in her new role as Mrs. m

:.fcdelland. i CHAIX STORES TO USE I if1 "

Ethel and Gladys Willis spent the I FLORIDA PRODUCED EGGS ,\ ,, QilW
week-end in Haines City. : {.r.

Grade' Eleven misses James Johnson -: Tampa, Feb. 4 (FNS-An agree- ,';::<\, '<::i:;'

: who left Monday to begin workin i ment to merchandise Florida eggs to m Rl! Pm

Canal. Point. 1 I the exclusion of other sources, as lblW

'' I long as the supply is adequate was ;

,. T, DR. J. II. THERRELL IS DIRECTOR made this week by the Florida food i &l (jJI

OF STATE :MILK, : COXTROL BOARD chain organization at a conference i'I

between Commissioner! of Agricul- I i1 1
Ocala Feb. 4 (FNSDr.. J. H. i11ii1.
ture Mayo Eldsworth Davis of the
Therrell local banker, is appointed
Florida Food Chain Stores and F. W.
director of the State Milk Control :' i t
Risher specialist of the State Mark- :
Board to succeed W. Henry Bryant, eting Bureau. ?2t '

according, to an announcement from i. '
The new: outlet for the merchan-
the governor's office in Tallahassee
dising of Florida poultry products is
ttjis week.
a part of the national chain food organization's -
Mr. Therrell was a state bank liquidator in cash of We're of its Stop at the
program of assisting nationwide NOT course. speaking equivalent
: under former ComptrollerAmos. disposal of agricultural here is something for you to consider: '
The new director, with Agricultural -
Commissioner Mayo, State surplus production whomever their Every year: this newspaper brings you at least three out j-tomt 'PatticUI
aid is solicited by producers' groups standing novels in serial form. Purchased as bfoks each
Health Officer \V. A. McPhail and
and such action is warranted. As a would cost not ,less than $2, making a total expenditure of at
two citize" members of the board
result of Florida's "Unusually unus least $6 per year. 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
assumed duties of office Tuesday.
ual" weather, there is at this time Like yourself, we could find plenty of uses for that $6. Some

I I a sizeable over production of eggs, member of the family is always in need of a new pair of shoes Outside Dooms: With

Miami Woman as is the case throughout the coun-i iI I i or some other necessity. But at the same time your require- Private Bath

try where warm weather has prevailed ments for good reading material must be met. By accepting

Drives Into CreekMoo'e throughout the normally cold j j ., these three novels each year we feel you are treating yourself COOL CLEAN, QUIET

season. to real enjoyment, at,, the same time giving your i urse a II
-- National headquarters of the AAA I substantial boost. Overlooking Biscayne Bay

( Hrven- Democrat! Washington have sent representa- These novels are a source of constant pride to us. E -ery year '
, Mrs. Lena Ogle, of Miami Beach, 'Ives: to Florida to consult with' state i we select them from the season's most outstanding be ,t sellers I Two blocks to Shops Theatre and

driving a new Buick sedan, crashed and local poultry associations and offered in serial form by a large newspaper syndicate o"janiza- I Business Section.

through the guard rail at one of the State Marketing Bureau about tion. We'd like to feel that you-as a subscriber-always look I

the bridges spanning Fisheating! purchasing our' surplus egg produc- forward to reading the coming installment in the next issue. ; RATES

,':, Creek near Palmdale early Sunday Hon. The object Is both to assist the It gives us a great satisfaction to know that here is another .

morning. The car turned over 'armer and poultrjuian in finding I reason why our paper is popular in the home. I $1.50 Single

'I'f' one or more times and came to rest! x market at better prices than now You are invited to begin reading _

I ( in the main bed of the creek completely xist and to secure eggs to use for! our novels now. These regular brief I $2.50 Double
(, covered by water. Mrs. Ogle I
relief purposes. visits to fictionland will prove a
, '.' opened a window and escaped with: delightful! interlude from your workaday Special Family, Weekly &

': no more serious injuries than a mass Senior Play- activities. And it will make :Monthly Rates

;" of small cuts on legs and arms from us happy to know that you are -- < 1'
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t. fling windshield glass. getting enjoyment from them- S. D. McCREARY, Proprietorf ,

', Pulsing motorists picked :Mrs. (Continued From Page One) j
Ogle?; up and took her, to Clewiston forefathers. A particularly interest- .
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