The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00649
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00649
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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City Suffers Major /Wednesday Kiwanians Abandoned LuncheonThe .( Sugar Company EarningsAt

New Peak Last Season
Disaster In Burning Kiwanis Club abandoned its

luncheon meeting Wednesday even- :

ing and met at the school auditorium

where plans were being perfectedfor FIFTY-FIVE CENTS PAID ON

Of Clewiston InnBlaze the Kiwanis benefit burlesqueto Schley Is NamedTo EACH SHARE OF COM-

be given next monht.R. 1101STOCI{
Markham's Post
N. Smith is director of the

o- burlesque and with the assistance, United States 5 Jsugar Corporation,

Sunday Night Destroys .1 The Inn of J. 'E. Beardsley, Miss, Marion Ley- Washington, Sept. 20.-President operating sugar plantations in the

dig and F. M. Wright, is workingout Roosevelt designated a fighting army Florida Everglades, reports net

i r Leading Hotel I II an original group of skits that engineer who has seen action in J earnings, certified by independent

will present something new in 'the the Philippines and France to be- accountants, for the fiscal year end-

Of Glades Area II I way of burlesque to Clewiston. come chief of Army Engineers today I ed June 30, 1937, after all charges

Deep secrecy surrounds some of and watch over the expenditures of and Federal income taxes, of $871-

i I the details of the performance; buta hundreds of millions of dollars.He 'I 082 compared with 804,910 for the

$ Clewiston 'I cast of characters reveals that Pop
.) suffered a major dis- is Col. Julian L. Schley, distant preceding year. Earnings for the
'' I
,. aster in the complete destruction by I Kelley will appear as a stage director relative of Admiral Wlnfield 1937 fiscal year are equivalent, after -

fire of the Clewiston Inn on Sunday I and that his group of chorus girls I Scott Schley, naVal hero of the Civil preferred dividends to 55 cents

night. The fire which had evidently may include such personages as Dick share
-I and Spanish American wars. per on 1,511,352 outstanding
been spread from a wood-stoked Hall, Ivey Pafford, Bernard Herring, ]I I shares of common stock compared

hot water heater, was discovered I r Grady Niblack, Gideon Brown, Dave i Colonel Schley was appointed to with 52 cents per share on 1,493,894

about 10:30 by one of the employees Yrvs Alston, Si Sias, Dick Wilson, Sidney succeed Markham Major when General the latter's Edward four-M. .!I shares earned in the previous fiscal

: :who heard the roar of the Hoover and even perhaps Mr. Tip- year. .
year term as chief of Engineers expires -
flames in the ceiling. Tfie alarm pey. Fritz Wright is a demure of- I
The small photograph above shows October 17. Now commandantof The corporation's balance sheet vs
was fice girl (so the cast of characters
immediately sounded and the I
the 'front entrance of the building the Engineers School at Fort Bel- of June 30, 1937 shows total working -
building evacuated in short time. stated). There will also be a black I
shortly after completion. The hotel voir, Va., Colonel Schley wil be I assets of $1,943,375 compared
The fire truck responded to the face skit by Harry Turner and Art
alarm had since recovered I
been with stucco en the rank of major general gl-r-I with total current liabilities of
Lawrence. A card (whatever
but its best efforts scene
were ineffectual and other improvements made. he assumes his new post. i $411,967. Included in working assets -
against such a large blaze. that is) will present Jim Beardsley, I
i .. j I is a valuation of $691,362 for
No one was injured, and although i ------ Ralph Bishop, Doc Ezelle and Art

occupants lost some of their person-j Lawrence. There are several special I Court Orders Board growing crops.
H. E. Wolfe Co. Is Low The annual report, sent to stock-
al effects, a remarkable amount types_ listed as: R. N. Smith, J. E. !
was .
holders today, points out that the
salvaged in the short time the fire Beardsley, Tom Shelley, Bill Perry To Employ TeacherCircuit

raged. By midnight the entire building Bidder Road 164 Work and F. M. Wright. Miss Marion Ley- I 1937 crop was the largest ever pro-
duced by the corporation and thatit
was burned to the ground, and dig is pianist.
produced at the lowest unit
only the two chimneys left II The Club will announce definite Judge George W. White- j was
were up- The H. E. Wolfe I cost, 44.28 per ton, despite the Increased
right. I Construction date for the burlesque as soon as Ii hurst Saturday ordered the Hendry
company of St. Augustine the School board labor and material costs ex-
was this can be determined. County to employ Miss
The Moore Haven fire truck ar-I apparent low bidder for the surface With the burning of the Clewis- Nettie Hampton as teacher in the perienced by all American enter-
rived too late to render any The harvest amounted to
_treated pavement of five miles of ton Inn, the club lost its place of LaBelle elementary school. The decision prises.

ance. Local volunteers entered the Road 164, extending south from meeting, its flag, bell and other was given immediately follow- 48,736 tons of '96 degree raw sugar

building as long as it was considered LaBelle toward Immokalee. The bids equipment. Future meetings will be ing the' hearing of testimony in the from 522,596 tons of company cane ,

safe and removed as much as were opened by the state road department scheduled one at a time, and the case in which Miss Hampton and 6,560 tons of purchased cane,

possible.. at its Tallahassee office I place of each will be announced in through her attorney, E. M. Magaha, resulting in net operating profitsof I

The hotel was owned by the Clew- yesterday. The Wolfe company's bid turn. i brought suit to force the school $1,018,848, equal to $20.90 per

iston Hotels Company and was op- was $61,735.The I I I I board to employ her after the board!ton of sugar. I

erated under lease by Mr. and Mrs. project was advertised and I Harrington Resigns As I had declined to accept the trustees' I Benefit payments were not received !

Claude L. Downs. The cost of the bids received by the department recommendation on the recently completed- crop I

Q' building and its furnishings was estimated earlier in the month, but, at that V.-Pres. Sugar Corp.The Miss Hampton was twice recommended and during recent congressional !

0.- T8A by the owners as $100,000. time all bids were rejected, as the I by the' district trustees, and hearings the management opposed

." .,' The property was about 50%' cov- lowest was above the department's I'' twice declined by1 the board,, who such payments- to sugar*producers as

ered by insurance.The estimate of the work and exceededthe United States Sugar corporation well ,as restrictions on Continental
I gave as reasons that Miss
destruction of the Inn, a 65* funds available for the project.A has announced the resignationof i production; and taxes on sugar.
I Hampton was partial to some of her
room hotel, leaves Clewiston withan press dispatch from Tallahasseesays J. J. Harrington as vice-president; The :report points ,out that taxes
pupils and non-cooperative with oth-
acute need for additional hotel that, the Wolfe Company's bid and general manager. Mr. Harrington I included in operating expenses plus
er teachers. Miss Hampton,
facilities. If- was a popular over- is less than the amount available, so resigned his position this sum- those charged against income, including -
who had taught for 10 in the
night stop for business men of the it is probable that the contract will mer because of the condition of his I years capital, franchise and income -
LaBelle school that theboard's
Everglades region, it provided a be awarded them and work begun health. He has gone to his home in I taxes, etc., during the fiscal
only reason for refusal to
convenient stop for many tourists on immediately. Indian River,. Michigan I year amounted to 313,334. This

their trip across the state. Jay W. Moran, who has served as I employ her was that her brother amount is equal to nearly 1-3 centa
Drew Hampton, a former school
The owners of the Inn stated WHERE INN RESIDENTS LIVE treasurer; ot the corporation for several I pound of sugar produced, 21 centsa
board member defeated In the
that they are not ready to make an years, was elected vice presi- share on the common stock and

announcement of plans for the im- Following the burning of the dent and treasurer at a meeting, of last election by Roy Messer, pres- almost one quarter of the total pay-

the board of directors of the I ent member.
mediate future but that probably C Clewiston Inn Sunday evening, corpor- roll.

'plans will be developed within the many of those residing there were ation held ,on''' September 16th. The decision was based on a supreme Discussing government control of

next ten days for building a new given temporary quarters in the I II I court ruling that school sugar production, the report con-
FEDERAL LOAN AND SAVINGS boards must appoint teachers nom- I
hotel. The Inn has enjoyed a won- homes of friends and neighbors. A cludes:
ASSN'S INCREASE ASSETS inated by trustees unless disqualification -
derful business even during the few of them have located perman- "With continental production of

summer, many times being filled to can be shown. After questioning only one quarter of our own sugar
ently. At present Mr. and Mrs. C. L. I Washington, D. C., Sept. 24.-
'. It is obvious that witnesses, Judge Whitehurst or the tax burdens
I capacity. some Downs are at the home of J. W. requirements, heavy ,
; Federal savings and loan associations dered ,
must''' be taken to addi- the writ of mandamus direct- the crying need for
steps provide Moran, Mr. and Mrs. George Sparkswill now imposed and
in Florida increased their as-i
tional emergency hotel facilities, ass occupy the small house at the ing Miss Hampton's reappointmentand relieving unemployment, it seems
I sets from $18,490,073 to
the town was already finding itself Shelley residence their return $25,933'-1 said: strange indeed that the continental
355, or $7,443,282, in the first eight
s faced with a housing and apartment from vacation. Mr. and Mrs. H. I.I "It is the opinion of the court, area, producing sugar at a cost less
months of this year, it was reported
1 shortage.' The loss of the Inn makes Kolstad are at the O. A. Jones C'I, today by the Federal Home Loan that, the trustees having nominated than most of the off-shore areas and

a" the problem acute. Miss .Beatrice Jacobs is with Mrs. Bank Board. The reports. cover the I JI the applicant, the school board was at the same time paying an American -

t.; ,Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Downs J. W. Moore, Bob Turner at M. II. II activities of the 50. associations un I without authority under the law to scale of wages, should be restricted -

had operated the Inn successfully Crouch's, Troy Puryear and Otto reject the nomination, their reason and prohibited from supply-
August 31 and 47 on January 1.
r for more than five years, under lease Larsen at the Patterson home, Miss During the same period, direct :reduction -I for doing se not being sustained by ing the American market with Am-

:. from the owners. Their hospitable Olive Laurenseon and Ruth I the evidence, therefore peremptory erican products."
Miss loans for the
mortgage construction
r ; P.... 'f spirit contributed much to the pop- Mixon are at the Williamson home. purchase, reconditioning r writ of mandamus is issued requir-j The report reveals that continued

ularity of the hotel. Their first concern Fred Hill is at Mr. and Mrs. Duff's and refinancing, of Florida homes I ing the board to employ research has resulted in an almostcomplete

I --I' Sunday night was x"the safe and Mrs. Hill is visiting in Clearwater. jumped from $15,915,551 to $22-j teacher in accordance with the nomination change in types of cane

t. evacuation of all guests, and their .' L. C. Sturgiss Is on vacation, 867,990," an increase of $6,952,439.A i of the trustees." I I planted, some of the new varieties

; next wJ I the saving of as much of With County Superintendent S. A. showing a yield as high as 7 tons
Walter Earman is which I
at thp Barracks, direct reduction loan is one
their guests' property as possible.The Graves and Board Chairman M. EVonMach of raw sugar per acre-year. Ninety
and R. M. the face value of the mortgage is I
Turner is at Belle Glade.
Downs were the heaviest indi- away on business, the ap- per cent of present plantings con-
continually decreased monthly -
"- vidual losers in the fire. Mr. and Parker Wilson is staying at Scharn- by easy Ipointment of Miss Hampton by' order sist of Java and Florida canes.
payments like rent until the bor-
Mrs.. George Sparks, who were awayon berg's and A. P. Berry at Augur's.I of the court will be delayed un-I
.rower owns his home free of
vacation also lost heavily. Mr. and Mrs. Downs expect to visit Savings invested in these institu-I til the full! board can convene. P.-T. A. Holds First

A history of the Clewiston Inn Meanwhile L. O. Gravely, attorney .
relatives in North Georgia and I tions rose during the eight-month
would be a history of the development for tho board, asked for a new trial Meeting of New Year
' for several period from $5,029,110 to $6,641- '
stay weeks in Hender-
of the town. It was among the which cannot block appointment rf
making $1,612,485 in new pri-
first of the town's main buildings sonville, North Carolina. They state ((595 Miss Hampton. I
vate invested funds. Savings invested '
;. to be constructed. There were nor however, that when they again en- The Parent-Teachers Associationmet
in these and all Federal associ-
paved roads and no newspaper; for its first meeting of the new
it will be in Florida. ations in the United States are GARDEN CLUB DECIDES
building costs were high, transportation I TO JOIN STATE FEDERATION school year in the auditorium Fri-
tected through insurance up to pro-I.
into the area was expensive. day afternoon with Mrs. M.: M. Prew-
I 000 on each account bj' the
The Inn was a two-story structure itt, president, in the chair. During
setting. Located on a natural Savings and Loan Insurance Corpor- The Garden Club met at the home
built of frame and Celotex, a build- the business session plans were :announced : -
ridge .
overlooking Lake Okee ho- ation, a $100,000,000 governmentalagency. of Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg Thurs-
ing material made from sugar cane bee for a district meeting to be
the building stood amidst cypress day afternoon for its regular September -
fiber. Opened in January, 1926, it trees and colorful shrubs. Federal associations in Floridaare meeting. During the business held in Clewiston on the evening of

'. had a real test of its strength and Through the courtesy of Mr. and located in Bartow, Belle Glade, I I sersion it was decided that the Club I October 8th, with Mrs. Clinton Pat-

durability in the disastrous hurri- Mrs. Downs the Inn vin, state P.-T. A. president as guest.
facilities have Bradenton, Clearwater, Clewiston, should take steps to join the state
of of.that when R. N. Miller, district president,
cane September year, been available for benefits federation Mrs.
parties, Coral Gables, Daytona Beach, De- of Garden Clubs.
it provided refuge for scores of nearby club will attend, as well as delegates
! ; gatherings of
J a civic nature. Land, Eustis, Fernandina, Fort There was also some discussion of
., residents and from the several other counties in
came through unjet' Here the P.-T.
A. Hallowe'en dance, Lauderdale Fort Myers, Fort Pierce, further work on the community
!. scathed. Three years ago, during the I this district.
Catholic St. Patrick's dance, the Gainesville, Hollywood, Homestead, playground, but no action was tak-
renovation, it was given an outer Legion benefit dance, the Kiwanis Jacksonville The regular meeting date of he
Kissimmep, Lake City, en.
coating of stucco. local P-T. A. was changed from the
Club, the Boy Scout
jet' banquets, the Lake Wales, Lakeland, Leesburg,
The Ipn was often the Clewiston Junior-Senior banquet Attending.the meeting were rrs.F. third Friday afternoon to the third
and count- Maiianna Miami, Miami Beach Nmvj I
home of celebrities visiting the city. less other annual 11.Vri ht. Mrs. F. Deane Duff Tuesday afternoon in each month.
events have been
Smyrna, 'Ocala, Orlando, Palatka,
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. C.
transacted included
Former President Herbert Hoover, held. The Inn's Other business a
destruction leavesthe
Panama City, Punta Gorda, St. Pet- Owen, Mrs. E. C.' Mills, Mrs. C. L.
Thomas A. Edison, Harvey Firestone town decision to purchase work
a now realization of ersburg, Sanford, Sarasota, Tallahassee Downs, Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. R. those of
and Daniel Carter Beard are buta the need for I needing them. A prize $1
jl' a community hall, as Tampa, Tavares, Vero Beach
H. Knight, Mi's. Forest C. Taylor,
few of the notables who have enjoyed well as which the organization has for sev-
an acute need for
new hotel West Palm Beach
'J the. building and its beauti- facilities. Winter Park a'nd'Lake, Winter Worth.Haven, Mrs. J. B. Dotterer and Mrs: G. B. eral years given to the school room

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Wars fflcvicir of Current Events -I


FLEET STALKS 'PIRATES'Britain I Too Much Water .On 5vndb.Y" where I '. '

3m'iesScandal France Will Patrol Mediterranean_ for 'Subs' in TissuesBy go to cnvrck

Japs Advance as Chinese Start Tactical Retreat And\ Ke r the orgtJ\J

music roll

"Remember," said!Mrs. Hobson,, Lwtct We pldc4JulV DR. JAMES W. BARTON I Feel l such lovely

to her new maid, "I expect you to Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. skivers creep

be very reticent about what you SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK All down -tKe.V : .

hear table."when you are waiting at O Western Newspaper Union. I SOMETIMES you see an over- bt..ck-bone oF

,. or woman, who, .. oul !
+% ," '
"Certainly, ma'am, replied A4t' <4K"x'pq'YnMA ) ( y/r( my ,
Mary. Then, hopefully: "May I Showdown on 'Sub1 Piracy instead of having a red or rosy B1CCAIfWNU !

ask, will there ..be much to be GREAT BRITAIN and France complexion, looks unusually

reticent, about?" massing the greatest' destroyer pale, in fact, "pasty" describes
fleet operated- in the
their accurately. rp
"Billiards," I am told, "calls Mediterranean sea, to police it and
neutral They are suspected of having
for an expert touch So does safeguard
borrowing money. shipping from attacks heart and kidney trouble, as
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4 y ti by "pirate" M this pale, podgy appearance is Service.

MUST BE \'>.c l submarines, as a result often present in chronic inflam-

? ment of signed the, by agree-nine ,mation ,of the kidneys. How- Add a BluebirdTo

l ; powers at Nyon, ever, when the finger is pressed Your LinensOut

near Geneva. The ;into the flesh, the flesh does not ,

".r ; powers signatory to '"pit," and this overweight and
:S.S .. the pact also included I' across the tulips fly our
L. : Greece, Jugo- [pasty appearance is simply due feathered friends the Bluebirds,

b slavia, Turkey, Ru- to too much water being al- so realistic when embroidered in

mania, Bulgaria, ilowed' to remain in the body tis dainty 10 to the inch cross stitch. Ijt
Litvmoff .
M. Egypt and Russia. sues. See how prettily these bird motifs '.

( \ Italy and Germany had refused to rLJ; Now this condition is believed to may be adapted either to bolder' '
attend the conference when Russia or corner various household ac
be due to some disturbance in the
publicly accused Italy of operatingthe cessories-breakfast
pituitary gland lying
"Why is acrobatic work so prof- "pirate" submarines which sank scarfs or kitchen curtains. Tulips
Jointly refusing to attend the ;<-' on the floor of the
itable? two Russian ships, and threatened
"Consider the quick turnover." ,reprisals if Italy did not pay indem- anti-"piracy" conference, Hitler ;: skull. This little
(left) and Mussolini once more gland seems to regulate

The Agony of It! nity.The principal provisions of the show the complete accord of the < w' to a consider- "

"Did you hear the awful shriek agreement, which Germany and two Fascist governments.and able extent both the

that engine gave as it flew by?" Italy were invited to join, were: I water and the

asked a motorist as he ap 1. Mediterranean shipping will be only 16 miles from Tsangchow, /' starch consumption

proached a railway crossing. restricted to the regular ship lanes, where the principal Chinese defenses : by the body tissues. .

"Yes. What caused it?" re- which will be patrolled by French of the area are located. From '' Unlike the ordinary M

joined his companion."I and British warships, in both the Tsangchow to Paotingfu there existsa or usual overweightcases

presume the engineer had it eastern and western stretches. If.. strong, unbroken Chinese line *"'' cases where the ex-
by the throttle." Italy agreed, she was to be allowed -' which includes the finest Chinesewar cess weight is due o "

to patrol the Tyrrhenian sea. equipment and the country's Dr. Barton to overeating, these

2. Patrolling navies will attack heaviest artillery. pasty podgy individ-
Said the toe to the sock:
and to destroy sub- Apparently the Chinese of are really not large eaters;
"Let me through, let me attempt any plan retreat -
in fact
they are small eaters. Thus
through!" marine which attacks merchant was to withdraw defending

Said the sock to the toe: ships other than Spanish, without troops from the range of Japanese many have been known to retain s

Til be darned if I do." first giving passengers and crew opportunity naval guns in the Whangpoo and their weight on 700 calories a day,
which would be about one-third the
to leave in lifeboats, as Yangtse rivers. The Chinese were
outlined in the 1936 London naval reluctant to leave positions which amount of food eaten by the aver-
'Same Thing age individual of the same weight
treaty. they claimed had been held againstthe
Mrs. this
Snicher-Getting $50 and
3. Signatories expressly declare Japanese invasion, but the Ger- height.
from my husband was like taking I i
"The patients are usually
that they do not concede belligerent man advisers finally'won them oerto young
candy from a baby. rights to either party in Spain. the theory that these positionshad (twelve to twenty years of age).
Mrs. Snoach Yes he certainlydid JdPattern
;; The output of urine from the kidneys -
been held at cost far out of
4. Patrol ships arriving on the a
put up a terrific holler.At is much below normal, being
scene of an attack too late to prevent proportion to their importance.
about one pint a day, whereas the
has 1475
Japan depended largely
it will' be authorized to attack upon
Last! normal output should be more than
submarine in the vicinity the naval guns for most of her ar-
Boss-Well, Jones, you've already any pro- twice that amount. Such are the are in single stitch. Use gay floss.
vided they, are satisfied .it is the ,tillery shelling and, attacking far-
had leave to see your wife ther back from the river, will lose characteristics of the 'water retainer Pattern 1475 contains a transfer .1&1
off on a journey for your mother- guilty one. that The of as these individuals are called." pattern of two motifs 6% by 8J/& .
_5. These will be executed advantage. presence
in-law's funeral, for your little by the British and French fleets Japanese warships'was an impor- Method of Treatment.In inches; two motifs 5 by 9% inches
girl's measles, and son's and four motifs 6 by 6 /1 inches;
your anywhere in the Mediterranean with tant factor in the heavy Chinese I outlining the treatment for
christening. What is it now? and four motifs 3% by 5% inches
the exception of the Adriatic. Eastern casualty list, which ,totaled 20,000 these "water retainers, Dr. A. H.
Jones-Er-I'm going to get will protect neutral killed and 30,000 wounded. The invaders Douthwaite in the British Medical color suggestions; illustrations of
married, sir. powers all stitches used material re
lost killed and Journal ;
shipping in their territorial waters. 10,000 men says:
an unestimated number wounded.The "Treatment consists of (1) cutting quirements.Send .
6. Signatories agree not to let any
first strategic stage of the down the fluid intake to about 1% 15 cents in stamps or coins
of their own submarines put to sea
CHILLS AND in the Mediterranean unless accompanied Chinese _fighting in Shanghai-as pints a day; (2) limiting or cut- (coins preferred) for this patternto

by a surface vessel, exceptin planned by the German officerswas ting down on salt by avoiding salt The Sewing Circle Needlecraft

certain "exercise" zones. to slow down and harass the entirely, both at the table and in Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York,

landing of Japanese reinforcements; the cooking; (3) giving a diet of low N. Y.

FEVER 7. Signatories will not permit ,for- the second, to divide the Japaneselines caloric (fuel or food) value as follows Please write plainly your name
eign submarines in their waters unless -
and the third, to deprive the : address and pattern number.
in urgent distress or on the of the of their
Japanese use naval Six large bananas
Fast Relief for Malaria With surface and accompanied.It .
of skimmed'milk
guns. 3/4 pints
This Proven Treatment! was plain that delegates knew Realizing what is going on, the Vi of medium sized cabbage or The Subconscious Mind (

that explosions might occur in halfa Japanese command has ordered
Don't The conscious and
go through the usual suffer- expressions,
ing. Stop Malaria chills and fever dozen European capitals if their rapid advance no matter what the "Divide the above into three or subconscious mind, are well defined -

in quick time. pact did not get into operation be- cost, in an effort to change an or- four meals. Loss of weight will be psychological terms. The

Take good old Grove's Tasteless fore there were any further attackson. derly retreat into a complete rout. about one-half pound daily. After subconscious mind be definedas

Chill Tonic! This is no newfangledor shipping. They were embar- As a result, the Japanese for the two to three weeks substitute for anything that is may neither in the

untried preparation. It's ,a famous rassed in conference by the Russian time being are' the heavy losers in two bananas two eggs and a little focus in the margin of the
medicine you can depend on.Grove's foreign commissar, Maxim Litvinoff, rather than the Chinese. The nor
men, butter and green vegetables. Fish
Tasteless Chill Tonic consciousness (that is, that does
con- who insisted on naming Italy as the latter have been covering their maneuver
tains and lean meat a week later.
tasteless quinidine and iron.It not receive attention and cannotbe
quickly stops the chills and fever.It "pirate. Russia at first refusedto well, leaving land mines in "(4) The use of small doses of calo- regarded as a Actual experi-
sign, on the grounds that the sec- their wake which have blown whole
also tends to build you up: That'sthe mel (mercury) beginning with very ence of the moment) but which,
'. double effect you want. ond provision was no protection at Japanese units to bits, and continu- -small doses (one-tenth to onequarter nevertheless must be assumed ,to
" The very next time you feel an all, merely requiring submarine ing to'throw a curtain of artilleryfire grain), and gradually increas-
the mind in
r-- attack of chills and fever commanders to be be influencing some
coming "gentlemanly"before in front of the invaders. The ing it if there is no reaction or
:!'\ g on, go right to your drug store and sinking ships, and that it implied city of Shanghai is a mass of fires syptoms due to the mercury, or il way.
get a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
" recognition of both Spanish and ruin such as no one has ever
" Chill Tonic. Start taking the medi- there is not too much purging.
cine immediately and you will soon parties as belligerents. Britain'sAnthony seen there before. "The above complete treatment '\
, the relief Eden was reported to have -*- Many Many Women [
get you want. may be repeated four times a yearif ,
t All drug stores sell Grove's convinced the signatory powers thatit -
Taste 'Keep Us Out of War' necessary. Cardui Them
Say Helped
,, less Chill Tonic, 50c and $1. The would be impossible for a sub- :
Now this looks simple but in
f latter size is the more economicaL marine to sink a ship under those PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, anx- this type of overweight-water very re- By taking Cardui, thousands of I
ious over conditions in
conditions. Europeand women have found they can avoid
the Far 'East cut his vacation tention-as in all types of over-
much of the monthly suffering they
short and returned to to weight the reduction of food is
For Washington used to endure. Cramping spells,
p speedy and effective action Dr.
: Shot"has no equal. One dose Feery's"Dead only Chin.a's German Strategy discuss developments with his cabi- bound to affect the whole body, and nagging pains and jangled nerves

r_ will clean out worms. 50c. All druggists.DrPeerv's JAPAN'S long-awaited "big push"in net. After discussing the situation notwithstanding the benefit to the can be relieved-either by Carduior

is r China was believed definitely"on" with Norman H. Davis, his European working processes of the body by by a physician's treatment.
ambassador-at-large, and Bernard the loss of this water weight, the Besides easing certain pains, Car-
. as Japanese assumed virtual
,,. -
control of North M. Baruch, and getting reports from heart may be affected and must dui aids In building up the whole
r'/-/ Hopei, and always be watched carefully. system by helping women to get
the State
made important thrusts into the Chi- department, he was said to .
e more strength from their food.
e be convinced that there was a real
nese lines at Shanghai after the
Cardui, with directions for home
Women Cancer.
s: Wrights Pill Co.. 100 Gold Btrcot. N.T.CityL' most terrible fighting of a month of possibility of implication of the Unit- Fight use by women, may be bought at the
Because millions of dollars be-
undeclared warfare.At ed States in a foreig 'war. Baruch are drug store. (Pronounced "Cardui.")

38-37 nese, heeding at last the advice of explode at any time.In physicians are working night and
: day to try to discover the cause of
an address before an outdoor
German officers SMALL SIZE
generally conceded -
( the "brains" of the central meeting of Dutchess county (N. Y.) cancer, many may have the idea 60e ct S'L
army, citizens President Roosevelt had that until that cause is found nothingcan
began a strategic retreat to the '
'. To Get Rid of Acid "third area of defense" said, "World conditions are pretty be done to save the lives of
mapped out
and Poisonous Waste by 'these same officers after the serious. I am glad to say that those afflicted with cancer. Yet
Your kidneys help to keep welt to do day men and women are at-
you. we are going everything we every 'o
:, by Shanghai conflict of 1932, which 6 "
constantly filtering waste matter was A
':', from the blood. If your kidneys get conducted. under identical condi- can in the United States-not only tending clinics where by the use of Brings Blessed Relief
:fl functionally disordered and fail to tions. the people of the United States but the X-ray, radium, and the knife from aches and pains of
remove excess impurities, there may be
:," poisoning of the whole system and Included in the Japanese drive to the government of the United Statesto many are saved.
t' body-wide distress. keep us out of war." He added What should prove a powerful RHEUMATISMNEURITIS -
: Burning, scanty or too frequent url- break the 20-mile Chinese line from
nation may be a warning of some kidney the that "it will take a lot of planningto force in spreading the idea that can- and LUMBAGOTry .
Woosung forts to Liuho were bottl. Why Sutf.r 'W
s h or bladder disturbance. keep us out of war." cer is curable is what will be knownas a ....a
;, You may suffer nagging backache, more bombings and shellings of the .-: Alt T'GOODi DRUG; STORES
i: persistent headache,attacks of dizziness heavily populated Chinese districtsof -*- "The Women's Field Army,
; getting up nights swelling puffiness sponsored by the American Societyfor r
:- under tho feel Nantao Chapei and 16,098,000-Bale Cotton
. eyes- weak, nervous,'all Lunghwa, I Crop
Control of
the Cancer. Without
; played out.
In such cases it Is better to rely on a with women and children accounting TE fifth largest cotton yield without uniforms without checksMALARIA
f< medicine that has won country-wide for most of the enormous casu- the nation's history was fore- guns, poison
t : acclaim than on something less favorably gas, a war is being launched.It ,
alty list. case by the Department of -
f: known.Use Doan't Pillt. A multi- Agriculture is a war of education against one 6 6 6 in three day
, tude 'of grateful people recommend The Japanese conquest of North which estimated a 1937 crop of
Doa Ask your ntighborl, of the greatest menaces of life: can- COLDSLIQUID
r: Hopei appeared to have been 16,098,000 bales. The cotton crop
The first drive
k clinched with smashing victories at September 1 was 75 per cent of nor- cer. against canceris first day

DOAN SPILLS Machang and Tsinghsien. Tsingh- mal, indicating an average yield The indeed soldiers a war to save the human life.of SALVE. !lOSE TABLETS DROPS Headache, 30 mlnulet.
sien is 40 miles are women
south of Tientsin per acre of 228.5 pounds.
America and the enemy is cancer. MRub-My-Tlsin"-World's Best Liniment

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'-------- ------- Meaning of Flowers Funster Ought to Have
,IMPROVED what : A Worthy Object
bb.9 Flowers, according to florists
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL have meanings it's well to Keep in Recognized His Fellow

gt $ \ WILL power is the mental mind. The crocus implies cheer-
V B exercised in fulness; the lily-of-the-valley, return Jones de Vere Jones decided it i'

i SUNDAY (Lesson ))1Yt thinksabout bringing about a desired end. of happiness, and the violet would be fun to spend a day in
d. the country. Back to Nature and
Therefore, 1 say that a man constancy or modesty. The pansy ,
By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Dean : must necessarily have a insinuates hearts-e or thoughts all that.
of the Moody Bible Instituteof worthy object. in view to bring the buttercup, riches or memories Meeting a farmer in a field he .
.. ; Western Newspaper Chicago. Union. The Big Book Craze. out'the best in him-that a man I of childhood, and rosemaryand thought. to have some fun with

SANTA MONICA, CALIF.- must see more than a salary to the forget-me-not. remem- him."Goodmorning.
promised a historical be more than a salaried man.A brance. ," he started. "I -va

Lesson for September 26. novel longer than any yetsayhalf man must see the position of The hyacinth is sent for sport, must say I "admire your part of
ownership partnership*, man the daisy points to innocence the the country.
a million words or so.
GOD IN THE MAKINGOF agement, or increased award,. peony to bashfulness, and the Then he noticed a scarecrow in
A NATION course, the author probably uses in order to awaken his will bachelor button tc celibacy. the middle of the field.

some words at least twice, but power. Roses are for love and lilies for "And is that one of the oldest

LESSON TEXT-Deuteronomy 8:11-20. that'won't reduce the gross ton- purity, the sunflower for constancy inhabitants?" he went on, point-
GOLDEN TEXT-Beware that thou forget The man who does good to or adoration, and the orchid ing to the scarecrow. '
his short
'not the Lord thy God. in not keeping nage unless they're very "
>commandments and his judgments and his another does even more goodto says "a belle." The water lily "Naw, zur, came the slow re
,statutes which I command thee this day.- words.I himself. stands for eloquence and purityof ply. "That be no oldest 'habi

Deuteronomy PRIMARY TOPIC-To 8:11. Help Us Remem- can't take it. While still con-" heart, and speaks for itself. tant. Just a visitor like yourself."
'ber. valescent from "Anthony Adverse,
JUNIOR TOPIC-The Giver of Gifts. I was stricken,down
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC-' by "Gone With the ;Y ? Culture of EducationHow
of Nation. Receivedthe
TOPIC- Wind" and had sucha 4pr King
YOUNG PEOPLE AND.ADULT y\y, can man be intelligent, .
God In the Making of a Nation. relapse that even I
happy or useful without the culture -
of now I barely can Big News from AmericaSamuel and discipline of education?
God in the making of the
hold stomach
on my It is, this that unlocks the prison-
Israel-this has been our general
such comparativelylight house of his mind, and releasesthe
j subject for a number of months. In and trifling Morse, inventor, of the portrait of the king when the latter captive.-Rev. Dr. Humphrey.

this concluding lesson we meet up stuff as volume VETto electric telegraph, had only one was handed the Declaration of c ___
with a solemn warning that even ZYM of the en- ambition as a young man and that Independence. Morse heard tt'he to him by a special messenger."

-, ; to-; though God's mighty works have cyclopedia. was to become an artist. He stud- piquant story from West, himself, "Indeed! I answered, "and fi
J'" .'3'. been revealed on behalf of a people, When reading this ied under Washington Allston, says Ernest Greenwood in "From what appeared to be the emotionof *
{ it is possible for them to become modern bulk litera- then the in the Amber is the "
greatest painter to Amperes. Here it king? What did' he say?
proud and self-confident, forgettinghim ture, it upsets me to irvin S. Cobb United States, and with Allston -as related by Morse: "Well, sir," said West, "he
f whose they are and whom they find my legs goingto went to London in 1811. There he I Turning to the picture of the made a reply characteristic of the

should serve, and perishing in their sleep before I do. And the con- met Benjamin West_who, although : king, Sir Benjamin West said: goodness of his heart," or wordsto

;;: rebellion and sin. stant pressure makes callouses on an American, was president of the' "Do you see that picture, Mr. that effect. 'Well,' he said,

I. "Beware That Thou Forget Not my second mezzanine landing.I Royal academy, and a great favorite :Morse? Well, sir, the king 'if they can be happier under the

the Lord" (v. 11). admit these mass production- with the king, who later was sitting for me when the box government they have chosen,
How could this people who had books serve nicely as door stoppersand made him Sir Benjamin West. containing the American Declara- then under mine, I shall be hap-
come up out of slavery and been for pressing wild flowers. I West was actually at work on a tion of Independence was handed py!' "Kansas City Star. -
led "through that great and terrible also heard of a chap who detecteda

who had been prowler under his window and ... ,
wilderness", (v. 15), .,...,/.xvJl. :MNP1Rd1N h n+yttwymvryw.Mygs iniw. nr' : .yMi%. % xry: w.yww}ywx; 'i fCY4)OCJ+CM4!axw .vx"o
fed by God's hand, who had received dropped a frothy little work of fic- :, ',.,4.c. .r..::. : rL. ; .
"water out of the rock of tion weighing slightly less than nine ,: p! Y ,'
flint," who had become a great nation pounds on the back of the fellow's .}' :t/L.,:.,:; La.i.- -: v:;> ----.i.>i.y,---.-.,N'L.Lliyr

by his grace and blessing, now neck, dislocating' three vertebrae.At ..
forget God? It would seem unbelievable last accounts, the surgeons were

did we not know ourselves.We still picking long jagged chaptersout
of his spine.In 'xrt; 'Y.w'6 t48:} ,
need this warning as badly as L > % i r itL.
'rwL. i: ; : :
'ya,h ,
:< >
I. .
K!; : } t vhrxA; ,,
Israel. Shout a stirring "Beware" my present mood, what I crave 5J.,:, "4'::>ti4.x v< SL,,; '\ .t.
from coast to coast as this lesson is is the romantic stuff of olden days,
taught, for America is forgettingGod. in which our sainted Aunt Sophiewas c: < 4

Space does not permit a' review wont to inscribe "Alas, how
of the appalling facts here, but sad!" or "Only too true!"

they are enough to make one's heart ;>

sick with sorrow and fear for the An Actor's Temperament.

future of our nation. TXfE'VE all been waiting for .: I

n. "Lest '. Thou Say My something to top it, but the ::
ower" (vv. 12-17). best wheeze o/ the month remainsthe II

How trenchant and altogetherfitting one that was emitted, not by a -I

are the words of Scripture. paid gagster, but by a simple stage- :

Nothing could describe our times hand at one of the studios when Mr. < w L Yr S 'R6 y L 3 \ \ .'t
more succinctly and accurately Leslie Howard refused to go on I
... than v. 17. Men are glorying in making a picture until a group of .<1:
... I
:..,f it. their ability to do things. Science distinguished visitors, including Mr. : :
has made mighty strides forward. Charles Norris, the novelist, had _' I
Industry has brought forth so many been shooed off the set.
striking developments that a single "He ain't sore at you gents," stat- ..,11
company is able to present as' a reflection ed the stage-hand to the ousted par- '. I
of its own work veritable ties, "but he's been playin' 'Ham- J
"House of Magic." let' on the regular stage and he ain't

We honor those who by skillful used to havin' a crowd watchin' him L o.

hand and brilliant brain produce excellent while he's actin'

and thrilling results. But our .

question is, "How many are there Children's EducationI

who say, 'God has done this thing. LIKE the way the wealthy FARMERS j.
He gave, the strength and the skill. classes in England rear their everywhere are saying that the amazing Firestone Ground Grip
His is the honor'?" Some there are children. Little doesn't ..
Tire is FIRST in performance and FIRST in economy. So many thousands
who thus recognize him, but theyare I recite for the company after dinner,
few indeed. Their name is legion and if Master Jones-Terwillager Mi- of farmers are changing over to this wonderful tire that production has been

who say in their heart, "My nor gets uppity at school, he gets increased to meet the demand.
power and the might of mine hand thrashed. greatly

hath gotten me this wealth" (v. 17). Many a rich American has known
God, forgive us, cleanse us, and how sharper than a serpent's toothit FIRST IN DRAWBAR PULL. The greater drawbar pull of this amazingtire
give us grace to walk humbly before is to see his daughter grow up a
do work in time.
Thee! wanton and his boy turn out a waster. accounts its ability to more a given

III. "Remember the Lord He Yet, with few exceptionssofew
Giveth Thee Power." (v. 18). that the newspapers commenton FIRST IN TRACTION. The patented Ground Grip Tread takes a deeper .

deep Joseph conviction Parker of,points the fact out stated that in a these them-it fond never fathers seems that to less occurto of bite into the soil. Added strength to resist the strain of heavy pulling is providedby

v. "would turn human history in- coddling and pampering and spoil- Gum-Dipping the cord body. Every fiber of every cotton cord is saturated .,/

to blow a sacrament.this text" strikes He says at, one"Whata of wholesome ing in adolescence discipline might and more producea of with liquid rubber by this patented Firestone process. Two extra layers of

the most popular and mischievous higher average grade of heirs. ,. Gum-Dipped cords under the tread
fallacies in common life-namely, What set me to thinking along this i
that man is the maker of his own line was being t'other night at a bind the tread and cord body so solidly
party where a poor little fouryearold -
money! He makes a stirring plea
having the together that they will
already pitiable as we guarantee
$:1 (see People's Bible. Vol. IV. p. 188))
.' surance of a veteran prima donna, '

"crushed like a rose leaf in the r ,
tions. She never again could imper-
Bible," out into the market place, "
into the office and the warehouse, sonate more's the natural pity! babyhood though, FIRST IN ECONOMY. Saves up to

i' for if into man a will church"make he"his will warehouse never- c ;. 50% in fuel over steel-lugged wheels.
;; the church into Mr. Pincus' Coup. s r '
turn a warehouse. > Covers 'more acres per day. Low:cost
topsy-turvy times lib-
Would that we could once and for
all do away with all "Sunday religion A eral-minded patriots who are d ;; %' K Firestone cut-down wheel program
:. and the striving to steer a middle course
bring gospel of
between ultraenthusiastic permits using one set of tires on several
r leftwingers -
: grace, and the laws of God into the
office, the factory, the school, andy and ultraconservative rightists >i ur different implements.
might do well, methinks, to follow ( L
:- the home, for every day and every
the example set by Mr. Pincus.
incident and transaction of life.
IV. "If Thou Forget Ye Mr. Pincus had opened a clothing f4'. "s FIRST IN SALES. Firestone Ground
Shall Perish" (w. 19, 20). store. Immediately on one side of
this him was the clothing store of Mr. y 4 ?K 'Grip Tires have such outstanding
Reading in the
f passage lightof
our knowledge of what did hap- other Ginsberg side and was immediately the clothing store on the of Y leadership in performance that sales
to Israel, we that the .
pen agree
Mr. Dreifus; and three clothing ,' v soaring. Don't wait another day-
t warning was needed, even though ( are ,.
stores in .
a row were too many even y ,
( it was not heeded. Shall we then Ground Tire
for Essex street.So ,//A see the Firestone Grip
dismiss the matter with
perhaps an the
adjacent competitors
expression of regret that they so framed a plot to put the newcomer ,4 today at your nearest Firestone
disobeyed God and missed his bless- out of business. Next morning their : Dealer Tire Dealer or
ing? If we do we miss the most rival, coming down to open up, Implement ,

important point in our lesson, for found over Mr. Dreifus' establish- q W Auto Supply and Service Store.
'l' the fact is that our nation is just ment a flaming legend, to wit: /
''Z1t.\ as dependent on God, and in just as BANKRUPT SALE ,
w' much danger of forgetting him and And above Mr. Ginsberg's door / Margaret Speaks
Listen to the Voice of Firestone featuring ; .
perishing.God was this equally prominent announcement t' Monday evenings over Nationwide N. B. C. Red Network
punished even his chosen : .

i people in the day that they forgot CLOSING OUT SALE -
: -'
him. Let not America think that Within an hour, smeared across i "':,"I : : : -::: :}Vf,1- It

. she way,will forgetting escape if God.she goes We on plead her the exactly entire in front between of Mr.the Pincus'other store two,, : :M' t ; F: tRM: r ItQf; ; :( $ : ::8" : )QJJ.Jpyl! : 'Ff{ .st' li.-j

: again, as we did last Sunday, for a appeared follows a huge sign reading as I ;G OUNpl'GR.ljf::rIIrii. : :: N' '(L. :Q.JH-ER ''M _(E$! Qf: 'T'R' .S; :. 1 Q t--

deep going revival among God'speople : .
and a renewed zeal for the MAIN ENTRANCE. .. _._ "_. _'. L-_' J -_ ,- -- ..-" -- -
salvation of lost men and women. IRVIN S. COBB. Copyright 1337.Firestone Tire& Bubbor Co.
-WNU Service.


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SEPTEMBER: 21, 1037

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The Clewiston News their wedding presents, which were I Debunking The Florida Everglades sought to know what lies beyondit -
stored at the Inn, and many personal I must all have perished during the
-- -- -..- belongings, saving only the clothing past nine
years. Strange that no
Ptr'i i lUi-L/n: uvery Friday in Clewiston they had taken with them on vacation I (The following article was writ- there seems no necessity for calling: "brave explorers" of the Evergladeshave

Fi,.MU. Oy tlf. CLEWISTON NEWS, Andrew Berry lost all of his ten by A. H. Andrews, editor of the upon the imagination in writing of been reported lost during that
but Is thought that American Eagle, published in Es- ; it. We
hI. possessions ev- are glad to reproduce Mr. Au- period. About the only "sun-bleach- e.
eryone else saved at least a portionof tero, southern Lee county. Mr. An-; drews' article.) .... ed bones" of humans that are ever ,: :

Keathley Bowden, Editor their property. L. C. Sturgiss is drews' wrath was properly riled by] found in the Everglades are thoseof
still on vacation and the extent of a grotesquely over-drawn article on I j Vying for honors with the fabled persons drowned during the

his loss is not known. the Everglades, which appeared in i' Baron Munchausen, who was doubtless Moore Haven flood of some years
; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kolstad were the Open Road for Boys, a monthly the greatest liar
Entered a? second class mail mat- in the annalsof ago, the bodies of some of whom
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post fortunate in saving practically all of magazine. No one is more familiar literature,. now comes the Sep- having never yet been recovered. -

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under their property. They had been residing I with the real Everglades than Mr. 'I tember number of ""The Open Road It Is stated by this Major Fred
at the Inn for over a year Andrews, and no one is more capable -' for Boys", in an article Bradford
the Act of March 3, 1897. entitled, through his ghost writer,
since their own home with all its of dealing out a readable re "White Man Keep Out," which pur- Bruce I. Henry, concerning the Ev-

contents burned to the ground one buke. The real, facts of the Ever-I ports_ to b6 "A true story of Ever- erglades region that "clouds of mosquitoes -

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. night. Some luggage, a kodak and glades should become known, the region -I i glades Adventure, told to Bruce L. bearing malaria and, dengue

Advertising rates on application. sport and picnic supplies appear to is faeinating in reality and Henry by the noted guide and friendof fever germs, bottomless bogs,

be their only loss. I j the Seminole Indians, Major"Fred snakes, alligators, panthers, poisonous -
Mr. and Mrs., Downs have stated I P. Bradford."
Devoted to the advancement ana water, and billions on billionsof
that they will taken an 'unexpected have been changed right recently
,"The Open Road insects
for irritating
welfare of Clewiston and Hendrj Boys" is provide a most
vacation together. They plan to visit they have a session of the grand .
County.If published at Mena&ha, Wis.. with (Continued on Page 8) .
in North Georgia and then to jury every now and then. administration offices at 729 Boyl-|

spend a couple of months in Hen- Any noble citizen of Miami whois ston street, Boston, Mass., and is

the promoters have anything to dersonville North Carolina, where really alarmed over the situationhas said to circulate widely. in Boy I

do with it, the next Miss America they own a furnished home. "How- only to swear out a warrant or Scout circles. If the balance of ,

will not be "suffering from a cold." ever when we go back in businessit point out offenders to the boys they their "true stories of adventure" I

will ,be in Florida", they said. picked out and pay to tend to such are on a par with the one abovementioned
Clewiston will be most reluctant to j
And in Florida there's a movementto things. I the younger generation I
give them should they decide to
transform the Big Apple to the up Then if these duly constituted en- who read that magazine are certainly -

Dig Orange, one being as appropriate live elsewhere.A forcement officers fail to do their growing up with badly distorted

as the other-why not? negro porter who had been sent I duty or ignore such demands, the ideas as to natural history and wild
to occupants of rooms on one
rouse grand jury might look into it and life conditions existing in forest, II
wing, had a little' trouble gettingone
A beloved figure of the silent I find out why. After this orderlyand hill, prairie and marsh areas of this
awake enough to realize '
films is no more. Charlie Chaplin ': man normal procedure has been followed country as yet unsubdued by the I ...
i what was going on. Finally the man
will create a new character more is plenty soon enough to start white man.
adapted to sound pictures, feeling did 'get conscious enough to grasp : worryin' the Governor. Let the I Not all these boys swallow everything
the situation, but he called the negro
that the baggy-trousered tramp be- grand jury of Dade or any other they read, however, and when
back as he started from the room.
longs properly to silent films. county indict an officer for failure I it comes to misstatement of factsas I
The negro replied: "I ain't got time,
-. I to perform, and Fred will fire him to conditions existing in their
boss, I ain't got time." "
Clermont has the distinction of so quick it will surprise you.I own home state they are quick to I

being the first Florida city to at-I don't know about Fred, but if detect false statements. It was '

tract, the offices of a national fra- ...m..mB.a..AD.BDam.g.a I was' governor and folks down there through an instance of this kind that IT'S EASY W1Tll \- .

ternity or sorority. Miss Mabel Walton kept yappln1 at my heels and carry- the article in question was broughtto I

president of Sigma Sigma Sigma, Too Late To Classify in' on the way they have with him my attention by an intelligent
has established the national offices for the past week or so, I'd turn on Florida boy who knew this alleged

of that group in Clermont. Tri Sig- 'em and close their cockeyed. townso "true story" to be a highly imaginative PAYM NT PLAn

ma was founded in 1898 ana is exclusively qy 1Qcssell Kay blamed tight that they couldn't and untruthful yarn by some

a sorority for students of j I get it open with a dark lantern anda romancer who had never even seen
teacher's training courses. j I'''BB.Ba.BB.allllll.III3I112111:1I111.1I1You : jimmy, and I'd keep it closed like I the Florida Everglades country an Give your children every

sure gotta hand it to those that right on thru the tourist sea- its wild life that he purported to opportunity they deserve in

According to Walter Winchell's folks down in Miami, when it comesto son. But I wouldn't stop ,with just describe. your.own home. A playroom,

column, a deal was recently closedin advertisln' and publicity they got closin' a few night clubs and game Believes Parties FictitiousBut den, workshop, complete
freedom. All these
England whereby Key West is to the rest of the state lookin' like an rooms; I'd close everything that the for the fact that this tale of
security are theirs and
be made the Monte Carlo of the ox-cart compared to a streamline law would let me close and make adventure copyrighted we would in
our own home. You can
American continent. He says that train. 'em like it! reproduce it ,here that our readers purchase a home now and

Miami capital is involved in the ,They get Governor Fred down A good dose of sure: 'nuff, no fool- 'I may know what a lot of sensational pay like rent over a long

transaction. Can't help but notice there just before the openin' of the In', law enforcement would open a I bunk is being dished out to the period with our Budget '

also that there's a considerable I tourist season and start a grand and lot''' of eyes and I don't mean maybeso youth of this country under the guiseof advantageous Monthly Payment Plan. It's
to buy or build
flurry in Miami right now to close glorious argument on the subject of' for we got a mess of 'em on our true adventure stories, but as it now in face of rising prices!
down on Miami gambling.RAMBLINGS. I gamblin' and without realizin' it books that a lot of folks have for- is, we will have to confine our efforts -

Fr busts- out with a statement that gotten if they ever knew about 'em. to comment here and there on

.:N N:":-HMH:NNNNON:":NNAMN:N:"r:"ININ "') they can pick up and go to town ; And boy, what a straightjacketthey'd some of the high spots of this thrilling -

with for a million dollars worth of prove to be for any community -I narrative.To Clewiston

free publicity, while they sit backIn that got tied up in 'em. I begin with, on inquiry among Federals

all righteousness :wearin' a halo I Of course it is just, a tempest in those familiar with the Evergladecountry

..... ........ .. .. ...... with Fred left holdIn' the bag. I a teapot-a little quarrel betweenthe we were unable to find' anyone Shavings and Loan ,
: : : : : : :-: : : : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:o+:..:..:..:( who ;
I boys about who is gonna ,ride ever heard of this Major -
The idea of Miami yelpin' aboutgamblin'
The Inn has burned. If it were is almost the gravy train and who gets' left Fred P. Bradford, "noted guide AssociationTrespassers
as funny as it's'
possible to 'write an obituary for a at the station. There'll be gamblin'in 'and friend of the Seminole Indians."
ridiculous. And the screwey statement '
building, I would write one for the that the community is opposedto Miami this winter just like thereis Nor' has there ever been a Seminole y i Z "rMA 'F ty

Inn. It has had a place in the business it makes it just that much louder in Palm Beach, Tampa, and a. lot Indian agent in South Florida by
and social life of the town that 'and funnier. of other places, simply because the name of ,Jim Drake who is alleged :
will be hard to fill.' To bulk of the folks livin' there don't to be "the only white man alive

was a home; to some many it peopleit meanta / Now the Ministerial, Association,J care and since they don't why should whom the Seminoles trusted". '..................-........................................-..-.................. h...

job; to some it was both. It was a no doubt, is agin' games of chance, "a few over-worked and peacelovin'cops The story purports to be an I .

meeting place for the Kiwaniansand except those conducted under the and sheriffs get all stewed up I count of the stirring adventure ac-I
auspices of the Ladies' Aid Societyat about it? this "noted guide and I
the Legionnaires. It 'was a place Convince your local authorities friend of I Good Farm
the annual bazaar and I
a few
for our dances and benefit bridge you want a closed town Seminole Indianswhile on a trip

parties. If the number of our guests I politicians and racketeers are and they'll close it-Governor or no I to Okaloachoocb.ee Slough, some I

exceeded the capacity of our homeswe shoulder' to shoulder with the_ "goodpeople" Governor. miles east of Imniokalee, to visit Lanl
as far as the operation of Tommie I
could always entertain at the Tigertail, Corey Osceol'a,
Inn. It was the scene of many notable "certain places" is concerned. But WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY CO. William McKinley Cypress and I ,
the other hundred or more thousand I TO HAVE STORE Brown Tiger at Guava
gatherings-banquets in honorof IN PAHOKEEf: Camp, "where 'for Rent
Daniel Carter. Beard, the founder -j inhabitants of the Magic City are all these colorful Seminoles are supposed _
of the for wide-open town and if anybody I J. F. McLure Jr. to be." It so
Boy Scout movement in formerly of the happens that '
America, the annual dinner of Pres- I really tried to close it up they'd I U. S. Engineer department has just there, is no Tommy Tigertail; that

ident Bitting to key men of the I' howl so loud you could hear 'em in I returned from Atlanta where .he j I Corey Osceola and William McKin- ;, : ,I
far off ,
United States I spent fifteen ley Osceola (not William
Sugar days with the officials i! McKinlevCypress .. ,
Built sturdily of corporation'j Governor Cone's recent statementmay of the Western Auto Supply Company ) operate camps on the Tam- I

1925, it served as a have been a bit blunt and selecting fixtures and mer- iami Trail, where ,they can be reached I (

to many who gathered there, and )crude; it might have been phrasedin chandise for the Western Auto Associate -' without leaving the hard surfaced ,

remained safe through' the disast-' a more delicate manner. But I i Store which is going to '' road, and Brown Tiger also lives t I

rous hurricane. nevertheless, everybody knows he I[ open at Pahokee next to Bass' Mens J: near the Tamiami Trail. So why all H. Will Be

So quickly did the building burn simply spoke the plain unvarnished [ Store on or about October 9th. these "three days and nights" trail-

that it seems miraculous that no one I TRUTH, and as Is usually the case, t:I :Mr. McLure is going to make his ing through mud and water to contact ,ProsecutedClewiston

was injured, and that so many per- the truth hurts. Cone's position is I home in Canal Point. He is very en-' 1: these Indians who live on the I .
sonal effects were no different, than that of all other thusiastic Tamiami Trail? i
salvaged. There about his
new enterprise, : '
was no hysteria and no frantic and Governors, only the others juotj I which will bring the Glades its first I I Provides Gruesome Details I \

futile running back and forth as is _didn't talk about it. I auto accessory and supply store of'I Of course no tale of adventure III : 'I
I usual in a fire of that size. If Miami doesn't want gamblin'she this kind. x for youthful consumption could be

Much admiration has been ex- doesn't have to have it any more Mr. McLure 1 expected to arouse 'these juvenile I I

pressed for the coolness and calm- than any other community, and it,I merchandise says his opening stockof readers to the desired pitch of thrills .

ness of Mr. and Mrs. Downs and of is nobody's little red wagon but her is going to include I and excitement without mention of
I I the very latest and best in
, the Inn employees in handling the Own-and all this balogney about supplies -I some gruesome incident, so at the
; situation. They gave their entire attention it, bein' up to the Governor is justso I I and accessories, radios bicycles outset it is. stated: "In that myster- Realty And.Development ,
and other
t- to the much popular lines. The. ious, brooding wilderness
safe removal of all childish BLAH.Accordin' which '
>, the guests and as much of their pro- to all reports the !!i! store Monday fixtures are expected to arrive j marks the southern extremity of ournation
peo- along'with
a representative
?;;. perty as possible. I are sunbleached bones
and of
Mrs. pie of Miami and Dade County have'of the Western Auto
Downs lost a large Supply Com many a brave explorer who
part of their the regulation sought
per- number of sheriff Corporation
; sonal belongings-the pany, who will help with the installation -i to learn what lies
beyond the Tam-
.. ', equipment, of constables deputies and police of '\\-t r and
: the Inn i i opening of the i!: iami Trail." There
Beauty parlor also was their cers to insure was no completed -
the proper enforcement -I I I I
,:: individual on or about ,Saturday, October : Tamiami Trail .
loss. There, until 1928
vr'': few rather ludicrous are situations always In a of law, and unless the rules | 9th. I, these "many brave explorers" who so I'....................................................................................Y'FW"

t"t! connection with any exciting event. _
:' Mrs. Downs was :**#**.:.4464......... -
',;> grounds after the walking blaze was on almost the : : : : :NNI: .:..:1.:..:..:NN:.1:..:..:..:NN:N:11:..N.:NNN1.:..:..:H,:..:..:.,.:..:..:1..:..:N:..:..:N..:..:..:..:.::

,:,' over, and came upon her dress form buIjcLINuiR:

',': this big black figure looming up be- ; INC. !

, ; fore her in the dark struck her ':
E: ludicrous. She found later, that she _. .. Life .:

f":' had saved a sewing machine, the :: .:.
Health and Accident
dress Corm and material for sit ?

rf' dresses. Even though her present !!: GENERAL Fire ..
if" wardrobe INSURANCE ;
; consists of two .street 'i WindstormAutomobile ,
dresses, two evening dresses ..
: one ;
; ;f '
.; pair of shoes, if she will '
... properly '. :f
: ,
apply herself .
k : to that material and ;. .
i :'" sewing machine, she LiabilityWW 4.
will soon ho 4.J
t.' pretty well clothed I :: HOPKINS 4i :
again. ,, BUILDING : .
""- Mr/ ami) Mrs, Sparks/ )lost aU) 9t I ; ;:.
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!I I.!....................................................................................,..y Mrs. Bessie Berner of Quitman, Mr. and Mrs. HarryW.. Phillipsand Minnie Lee Pridgen, Edith Nell Cor- Daughtery- announce the birth of a
.T y.
I I Georgia, arrived Sunday and spenta son, L. H. Phillips of Fort My- nette, Martha Nell Alston, Dorothy nine and a half pound baby girl at
j % Personal Mention :_|: few days visiting her brother and ers made a trip Saturday night to Hare, Bernice Guthrie, Mildred their home Tuesday. The baby has

L x'I .............-............................................................................,......N...1 Collins sister, C. H.their Berner families.Mr. and Mrs. Ed LaBelle.C. Ward, Billie Hooker and Mae Lily been named Edith Alice.COMMUNITY .
and .
'I Stone, Sandy Bell, Connie Clark,
(%, H. J. Oglesby was a business visitor I C. Cook returned Wednesday Wilbur and Pat McGehee, Carlisle CHURCH

, Tuesday, in LaBelle. and Mrs. Cecil Barnes left frrfm a business trip which took him Reddish, Bob Logan, Leroy Hare,

I Monday for Mount Dora, after to Tampa, Clearwater and Sarasota.He William Johnson, and Bill Owen. Forest O. Taylor, Minister I'
Fred Moore returned Sunday froma spending two weeks in Clewiston. was away a week. Mrs. W. H. Lanier assisted Mr. and Sunday school every Sunday

visit in Arcadia. Mr. Barnes was relief manager at Mrs. Perry in entertaining. morning at 9:45. ,

the Western Union office. MRS.I I. D. LEYDIG ILLFriends Junior church ,service 10:45* to

Sandy Bell' spent Sunday in ,West Y MARGARET VON MACH GIVEN 11:00.
Palm Beach. Mrs. C. M. Allen has left for a of Mrs. I. D. Leydig have SURPRISE EjIRTHDAY) PARTY Evening worship 'and sermon at
visit with her sons, John and Wallace been deeply concerned over her ill- 7:45. -

F. R. Maxwell of Miami spent the, Allen in Norfolk, Virginia. She ness which has developed Into bron- Mrs. M. E. VonMach entertainedat Endeavor society meeting every
week-end in Clewiston. will also visit her daughter, Mrs. chial pn umonia. Her condition is her home Saturday evening in Monday evening at eight.
Dan Clark in Jacksonville serious. Mother Leydig has been in honor of the fourteenth birthday of Junior Endeavor meeting ,Wednesday -
Mack Peak of Lakeland arrived frail health for some lime, but until her daughter, Margaret. The affair afternoon at 3:30.
today and is telegraph operator for Mrs. C. H. Berner and Mrs. R recently kept up with her active du- was a complete surprise to Margaretwho Choir rehersal Thursday eveningat
the A. C. L. railway.Mr. M. Hare jr., were visitors Saturdayin ties about the house. Her many returned from visiting friendsto eight o'clock.
Fort Myers, Mrs. Hare going over I: friends are hoping for a speedy re- find her guests assembled with The' regular meeting of the session
to: take the merit examination with turn to health for her. gifts and birthday wishes.
and Mrs. J. A. McGehee aid Friday;; September 24, the last
Runelle were visitors in Jupiter. the: social welfare board. Enjoying the delightful affair Friday evening in each month. /
Sunday. MRS. M. A. THOMAS HOXORS were Barbara Smith, Julia Anne The public is invited to worshipIn
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gonterman left HUSBlAND WITH PARTY
Oglesby, Runelle McGehee, Leah the Community Church.
Monday for their home in Miami after -
Mr. and Mrs. J., C. Massey of Richaud, Renee Wethington, June Mr. Taylor will have for his sub-
Jacksonville were business visitors spending several days here, while Mrs. M. A. Thomas recently en- Hooker, Dick Owen, Dick Patterson ject next Sunday evening, "Sorrow'sprown
in Clewiston Wednesday.Miss Mr. Gonterman transacted businessin tertained with a surprise birthday Billy Davis, Ed VonMacfl, Her- of Sorrow".
connection with his citrus pro- party in honor of her husband.The vie Bourne and J. D. Hooker.
jects near here. center piece for the dining
Marcia Avant and Wilbur Ice cream 'and cake were served LAKE HARBOR CHURCHA
Goff were visitors in Tampa Wed- table: was a I huge birthday cake by Mrs. VonMach to her guests. special meeting was held at the
Mrs. S. M. Bradnack of Brunswick ,
beautifully decorated in pink and Lake
nesday. Harbor church last Sunday af-
Georgia, has arrived to spend
ternoon the
< TEACHERS ARE GUESTS OF usual hour. Rev. For-
I the winter with her son, W. M. Games and music were enjoyed
Troy Puryear returned Sunday REV. AND MRS. TAYLORRev. est C. Taylor conducted the worship
from a visit with his sister, Mrs. .adnack and Mrs. Bradnack, at throughout the evening after which service at the close of the Sunday
their home on the government res refreshments of individual cookies '
Aline House in Sarasota. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor School and this!:, was followed by a
ervation. and punch were served by the hos- business WilliamG.
meeting. The Rev.
entertained at their home with
Mrs. Fred Flanders of Moore tess.
Kennedy, D. D., of Fort :Myerswas
evening party Thursday in honor of
Haven Miss Dorothy Lockhart Mrs. R.
visited friends here Wednes- Those attending were Mr. and and
present plans for the
the local school teachers. Invited
day. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. Charles Chris'tianand Mrs. J. P. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Har- their to ganization of a Community Church
enjoy hospitality were FatherJ.
Mrs. Cecil McDuffie were In ry Mineau, Mir and Mrs. Floyd
in Lake Harbor
were discussed. Dr.
F. Walsh
Miss Mae Stone and Fort Myers Saturday to take the Miss Margaret Walsh,
Lily Mrs. Mountain Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Holland -
Kennedy is the chairman of the
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach Mr. com-
Emma Ezelle were visitors in Belle Merit Examination held by the Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrix, Mr. ', mittee on, National Missions and,this
Mrs B. E. Herring, Mr. and
Glade Thursday. state welfare board. and Mrs. S. P. Slonaker, Nealy Geiger committee is in charge of 'situationssuch
Mrs. Matthew Morrison, Mr. and
T Pearl Brantley Florence Slon
Lake Harbor.
; as
L. M. Durrence spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Bestorare aker, Ann Slonaker, Eleanor Sue Mrs. H. S. Gove, jr., Mr. and Mrs.J. .

end with his wife, who is employedin vacationing in the mountains of Holland, Joan Harris, Mack Full- E. Baker, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, JUNIOR CHOIR

Okeechobee.Mr. Western North Carolina. They will wood, J. T. Almon, Carlyle Redish, Misses Dorothy Craig, Livonia The junior choir under the leadership -
visit in Atlanta with their Congdon, Saundal Watson, Lucile i'
son, Eric and David Belcher, and, John of Mrs. J. G. Niblack and the
and Mrs. Frank Cothern spent George, who is a student at Georgia Dennis. Hampton, Mae Whitten, Evelyn direction
of Mrs. J. H.
: Schultz Doty is mak-
the week-end in LaBelle visiting her Tech before returning home. and Mrs. Bowers.A .
ing excellent progress. Their recent
mother, Mrs. Ida Cox. DR. AND iMRS. WILLIAMS TO salad course was served by Mrs. initial public appearance won them

Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Z. G. LOCATE IN PUNTA GORDAA ,Taylor to her guests. great. praise. In the near future they
,I Jones Bryan left Monday for a Meredith and daughter, Patsy, and I expect to assist in the services in
week's visit in Jacksonville and Miss Eunice Meredith left Thursday i letter from Mrs, D. Jenkins LADIES AID HOLDS EXECUTIVE the Lake Harbor church.
' Tampa. to spend several days at Fort M '- Williams to Clewiston friends advises BOARD .MEETING: WEDNESDAYMrs.
ers Beach. J. F. Tippey and' Foster that Dr. Williams has accepted I I
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Roberts of Meredith will join them this week- a call from a church in Punta C. ,E. Mills president of the THE CLEWISTON NEWS
Moore Haven were guests of Mr. and : end. Gorda and expe.ts to occupy his new Ladies Aid, presided at 'a meeting ,SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAR
Mrs. Roy Alston Sunday. pulpit the second Sunday in Octob-, of the executive board which was
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Gallant haveas era Clewiston friends: will be delighted -i held at her home Wednesday after-
: C. V. Rafn, who has spent several their guests this week Mr. and to learn that Dr. and Mrs. I noon to transact the business of' the
i months in C Clewiston, left Tuesdayfor Mrs. J. A. Clarke and daughters, Williams. will be such close neigh- Society in order that the October
his home in West Palm Beach.' Gloria Anne and Morella, of Trenton I bors.,
New Jersey. Mrs., Clarke is a Dr. Williams resigned as ministerof I-,
I O. H. Roberts left yesterday for daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gallant. I the Community Church in the: the home of1',Mrs. F. D. Duff. fLO'RIDAm

, a business visit, of several days in They will visit here for' several days pring. He and Mrs. Williams 'have In addition to the silver tea the I I

Jacksonville. and Miss Peggy Gallant will return been at their summer home in Aid will sponsor a group of small
'- with them to attend school in Trenton Dousman, Wisconsin. Mrs. ,Williams I parties, five hostesses each month I
Mr. and Mrs. Van Cothern returned this fall. has not been well during the sum- i entertaining eight guests, each of I I"W

Monday' from a visit of a week mer, and it is hoped a return to whom will contribute 25c for the I :
with friends: in Okeechobee.Mrs. LaBELLE NEWS Florida will aid her recovery from Aid treasury. ,I Qi1

II I a prolonged seige of arthritis. Attending the executive board
J. Grady Niblack and Mrs.' L. I meeting were Mrs. I. M. Pafford, I

A. Turner were recent visitors in Claude Roberts_ made a business I MRS. L. A. WELLS, RECENT Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. C. I IOwe'u I 1 &Qm A
I Fort Myers. trip Tuesday to Tampa. BRIDE, HONORED WITH PARTY Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. A. W.

Lawrence, Mrs. O. H- Roberts, Mrs.
Miss Sandy W elles returned Sunday Julius Moon returned Friday Mrs. Glen Etherton was hostessat W. H. Lanier, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.

I: from a visit with her mother in from Stuart where he was at woik.: / her home Tuesday afternoon ata I J. G. Niblack, Mrs. Wilfred Lock-

i i: Sanford. cootie party honoring Mrs. L. A. hart and Mrs. F. C. Taylor. Q;!
Ii Mrs. Wade Hampton made a trip I Wells, a recent bride. Mrs. Wells
':I': Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and Mrs. H. Sunday to Clewiston.Mrs. before her marriage was Miss Mary MRS. BROADFOOT'S MOTHER

1\\ A. Land and daughter, Shari, spent Poole of Warwick, Georgia. Mrs. DIES IN LANSING HOSPITALMrs.
y ,
r the week-end visiting friends in Myra Rooney was a business Etherton presented the honoree witha

Okeechobee.J visitor Monday in Clewiston.Mrs. sandwich tray as a memento of M. C. Johnson, 66, mother
the occasion. Prizes for playing were of' Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot of Clewis n .
F. Charlton and daughter, Miss ; C. E. Weaver made a' trip won by Mrs. Harold Spikes, who received ton, died Monday in a Lansing,
Helen, and son, John, of Fort Laud- Wednesday to Lakeland. a relish dish for high score; Michigan hospital after an illness of Stop at the
erdale were .guests of Mrs. J. W. -- Mrs. Harvey Guthrie, who received several :months., Her son, Lee John-
Moore and family Sunday.Mrs. Miss Pauline Day of Sarasota is a, salt and pepper set, and Mrs. L. son, was at her bedside. Mrs. John- jtotelpotcicia:
spending a few days as the guest of A. Wells, whose prize was a novel son spent last winter here with the
Glen Etherton, Mrs. .Gratton Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Day. ash tray. Broadfoot family and endeared her-
George and Mrs. A. :P. Wynn visited Attending were Mrs. Gratton self to Clewiston residents, who will 312 S. E.. SECOND AVENUE
Mrs. R. E. Waldron in Belle Glade Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller of Clew- George, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. A. be grieved to learn of her "passing.

Tuesday. iston were visitors Saturday in La- W, Sias, Mrs. Harold Spikes, Mrs.R. Mr. and Mrs. Broadfoot and their All Outside Room With

Belle. J. Lee, Mrs. R. M. Hare, .jr., and children left Tuesday for Tfiomas- Private Bath
Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Miss ,Mary Mrs. 'Harvey Guthrie. ton,. Georgia, where Mrs. Johnsonwas
Bell Warren and Miss Ethel Willis Miss Anna Lee Hisler spent the buried Thursday. Thomastonwas COOL. CLEAN, QUIET
shopped in West, Palm Beach Wed week-end in :Wauchula with rela- ALMA ANGLIN CELEBRATES the girlhood home of the deceased -
nesday. tives.C. 'FOURTEENTH BIRTHDAYMiss who after her marriage to ,, Overlooking Biscayne Bay

an physician lived in Colorado ,
army and
Two blocks to Shops, Theatre
Mrs. H. L. Delaney of LaBelle J. Kirk has returned from a Alma Anglin celebrated her and Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Following -
Business Section.
spent ,several days over the week-end business trip of a week to central fourteenth birthday, Friday with a her husband's death thirteen !'
herewith her son-in-law and daughter Florida. party at her home. Various games years ago, she made her home with |
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner. were played during the evening. her only son, Lee, in Lansing. Her! RATES
Charles Miner of Clewiston was a Cake and punch were served to the health failed during a visit to Florida -
Mrs. Lola Moore and son, Leonard business visitor Saturday 'in La- following guests: last winter, but she remained ,$1.50 Single

left for Jacksonville Monday Belle. Misses Ethel Willis, Gladys Willis strong enough to return to Lans-I Double
after spending the past few months Mary Bell Warren, Florence Ins in the spring. She had been con- $2.50
with Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hendry and son, Slonaker, Violet Bethea, Marie Rob- fined to the hospital for several
Mrs. Carawan Nelson. Ralph, jr., spent Saturday in Immo- bins, Dorothy Adams, Kathleen weeks before her death.DAUGHTER Special Family, Weekly &
kalee with relatives. Chapman, Edna Leiter and Carlton Monthly RatesS.

Robert Patterson, son of Mr. and Prevatt, Jack Wynn, Boe Lolly, Wil- BORN D. McCREARY, Proprietor
Mrs. It. Y. Patterson, has been Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hamm madea Jiam Warren, Thomas Waldron, jr., I
'pledged to Kappa Sigma fraternityat business trip Saturday to Fort Cleo Scott, Doris Summons, Mayme Mr. and Mrs. John: Wallace ,I.
the University of Florida, where Myers. Johnson, Beatrice ,Pratt, Mrs. D. H.
r he is a freshman.I Brown, Mr. and Mrs. B. Scott, Mrs -- ----
I I Mrs. W. A. Jones and daughter, C. W. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. M ." 'O .. _, ., ..."". .. ;r--'I
and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn of Miss Billy Jones, were business visitors Emrich and G, B. Warren. Franklin Hardware Co.
Canal Point, and James Hutto, of Saturday in Fort Myers.
Yemassee, South Carolina, were MISS DORIS LEWIS HONOREE AT Mail Distributors Fort; lIers, Fla.

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Miss Dassie Hughes of Felda is SWIM PARTY, WEINER,! ROAST Gentlemen: Please send me, without obligation .
_, Bowden Monday. spending a few days with Mr. and S This complete information about Servel

tt Mrs. Wade Hampton.Mrs. Miss Doris Lewis!' who has been Electrolux, the Kerosene Refrigerator.
Mr. and Mrs Geo-e Sparks who visiting 'her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Coupon

are spending their vacation in West Hervey Sims and son, Harold Mrs. W. W. Perry, was honoree at Name ......................_,..................................
Palm Beach, spent Monday in Clew- have moved to Fort Denaud where a swim party and weiner roast giv-
iston. The Sparks', wjio resided at they will be at home with Mrs. Sims' en by the Perrys at the levee near
the Clewiston Inn, have engaged the mother Mrs. Frank Dana during the hurricane gate Wednesday: ev- : _s Street Qr R. F. P. ,..........".........."..,..........

bachelor apartment of E, B. Kelly, Mr Sims' absence In New Orleans ening,

and will occupy It upon their return where he is attending the Baptist Guests included Miss Lewis, Misses -, Town .................................. Stato,..............._
next week College for pastors :! Christine Dell, Bernice O'Neal,


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Unwanted Effect t

Sometimes a soft answer can be

O Kathleen NorrUWNU so utterly soft as to loose one's
KATHLEEN NORRIS Service. wrath instead of turning it away.

People do not loosen up on the
purse-strings until you reach their

heartstrings.Yea .

i. ., tolerance can be mere lazi- "

CHAPTER- Continued Vicky went over to him and Vicky ran downstairs, ran upstairs hanging over the black iron railing ness.
-20- dropped her hand into his but he for sheets: Serena was not in evidence of the stairway; she wrapped it "Youth is a blunder," said Disraeli -

"Ah, but that's nonsense!" Quentin did not glance at her or seem to and nobody asked for her. I about her; the night was bitterly But there's where men get
said in his honest troubled know that she was there. The nurse suggested a rubber sheet, ..cold. their wisdom.

voice. "How nice!" Serena said. "So J 1 and Anna panting in with the big Two hours to pursue one's absorbing -

"Of course it isl"! Serena said. pay the bill alone. How very nice!1": bundle, ,was sent flying back to the CHAPTER XV hobby makes any man's
She went over and clung to Quen- "No, you and I'll both pay!I" Hardistys' for 'one. Presently there day happy.

tin's arm. He disengaged her hand Quentin said. "And she'll pay too, I was nothing for Vicky to do exceptsit Silence and night and vigil. Un-
without seeming conscious of her It means disgrace for us all." on a chair in the hall and wait- seen somewhere a clock struck the Flattery vs. Spite Talk

presence and turned to Victoria." There was a sound at the door,,of and think-and wait. hours ana the half-hours; outside in All flattery is delivered with the
'Why did you come here, dear? the invalid's room; the amah cane Quentin came out with' a nurse's the dark a rising wind whined uneasily idea of pleasing, which makes it

he asked in a concerned, tender out with an agitated face, shaking: white apron tied on him back to and now and then a broken superior to the kind of converse

voice. "It will only distress you" her head. Serena gave a short ejac- front and asked for soda, just branch skittered on the tiling of spread in the spirit of spite.A .

horribly. You don't belong in this!" ulation and, turning, went across plain kitchen soda. the roof. In the upper hallways of man goes back for a second
"Spencer asked for me. Quent. the hall to her own room and went "And you might as well go home, the Morrison house one lamp thrill after experiencing the first
Vic raised her eyes to his and saw into it 'and closed the door. The Vic; this'll take it out of you." burned softly, steadily; from the one and finds .that the kick is
Serena pale and tense and watching two doctors and Vicky faced the "No I'll wait. Quent. has he a half-open door that led into Spen- diminished.No .

looking at them. And she felt Chinese woman as she came to- chance?" cer's room came sounds: Low man_ is criticized in trying to Jibe -
an odd twist of something like pityin ward them. Her jargon was unintelligible "I'm afraid not, but we'll try. voices, the creaking of a bed and decent if he will be quiet about .

her heart."Nonsei.se. to Quentin. The promisednurse They're putting him under now; the clinking of ice, and once a it and not shout.
or not," little Dr. Cud- hatted, coated cold rosy we'll know in an hour." sort of bubbling groan that made How many have discretion

worth said inflexibly "I couldn'tprofessionally I came upstairs. "She couldn't"-Vicky glanced at Vicky's heart stop for a momentin enough not to disagree with others

I could not ascribe "Amah says Spencer heard your the closed door of Serena's .room- terror. when it doesn't matter?
this to natural illness.
a voice and wants to speak to you," whispered."I She prayed, trying not to think,
Serena faced him down. don't know. But it's not for him T
Vicky interpreted."My drowsed, awakened with a start to
"You" could mind your own, busi- God, when I saw her face I I'm fighting, Vic," Quentin said. find that it was not all a strange
ness! she said with a hiss on the "It's for all of It's HOW OFTEN
to do thought the poor fellow was gone!I" us. touch and dream. She really was here ,in the ,f
last word. "If'you don't
Dr. Cudworth ejaculated. go now; if he lives, we live, and if Morrison house in the middle of the

it, knowing, as I told you knows when thathe's you "So did 11"! Vicky said. he dies, I may have gotten you into night, Quentin was behind that bed- CAN YOU KISS AND'
here ,
got as everyone
something you'll never'get out of
I "Do you mean Quentin had room door, bringing all his skill,
been sick man for years, "
a clutched her his fingers bit my dear. knowledge -
arm: every ounce of strength and
say that if you don't believe that is a "You'll be in it, too!" ,and inspiration that he could MAKE UP ?

man who takes no exercise and I "I'll be in it, too. Oh, she couldn'tget muster to the saving of Spencer
not could eat something, or "
me as an accomplice, Quen-
Morrison's life, and Serena was in husbands can understand
take an opiate, that would make FEW
tin said. "B t.she could do enoughto
few feet a wife should turn from a
her bedroom
only a away
desperately ill, you're a fool! You I Ir ruin ,us all. We'd have to go pleasant companion into a shrew
the hours
oughtn't to be practicing medicine.It I Vic." somehow living through for one whole week in every month.
happens all the time! Men die t away, that would decide whether or not You can say "I'm sorry" and
; "We'd go away. she would be tried on a charge of kiss and make up easier before
every day of acute indigestion cou- "And the story would follow us, marriago than after. It you're wise
pled with heart failure, and if you and follow the children. That's all murder. and if you want to hold your hus-
won't take the responsibility of say- I've done to you!" Quentin said. What was she doing? Vicky won- band.,you won't be a threequarterwife.

ing so, Dr. Hardisty will!" "The woman-the amah-has pro- dered. She had swept away from For throe generations one woman ..

"That couldn't be done Serena," jr__.__ duced a bottle half full, that would the group hours earlier, had closed has told another how to go "smil-
her bedroom door whatevershe ing through" with Lydia E. Pink- .
Quentin said quietly. "I have never kill ten Our upon
is thatit
men. one hope
had : Jf&41 was experiencing, suffering. ham's Vegetable Compound. It
this case. But I'm positive'Idon't
about ten-times and
was a dose helps Nature tone up the system
believe I know Dr. Cud- in lemonade. Lemon is the only Furious with fear, the accusing eyes thus lessening the discomforts from
worth isn't seriously suggesting-" of both doctors upon her, their flat the functional disorders which
anti-acid that touches it! If
any- endure in the three
refusals to perjure themselves in women must
"You may do as you think best ; thing saves him, that'll save him- ordeals of life: 1. Turning from -":.
Doctor," the other doctor said that is, if we get to the kidney in protecting her still ringing in her girlhood to womanhood. 2. Preparing -
abruptly. "I would have entire time." astounded ears, and Spencer strug- for motherhood. 3. Approaching
gling in death throes of her causing, "middle age."
faith in fit to do. I'
anything you saw "You will! Vicky said, with her Don't be a three-quarter wife,
Had she
But I personally must decline the faithful eyes on his and her world she had angrily withdrawn. take LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S ,
dj herself down her bed and r '
responsibility. rocking about her and her lips -
fallen into dreamless sleep? Vic Go "Smiling Through." ,' ,
"I have nothing to do with it," white. "

Quentin said briefly. Serena turnedon "You believe in God, don't you?" wondered.

him. ,Quent asked almost absentmindedly. "But I'm just magnifying the Lazy, bored, grouchyYou
whole into absolute buga-
"Spencer had acute indigestion, thing an
boo!" Victoria told herself. "It may feel this wayas
he's got a bad heart, she said. "I do"
"But believe me, if there's any in- "Then-while I'm in there, you won't happen that way! Spencerwill a result of constipation ;;'

vestigation, if there's one word of Vic." He kissed her without die of an operation 'Quentin Constipation is an enemy of pleasure. -
talk, you're in this, too, Quentin smiling, without seeming even to can sign a certificate about that best. It dulls your enjoyment of the
and the best
Hardisty! I'll not stand it. I'll not ( see her; released her from his anyway, and Cudworth won't talk, friends.To .
, face a coroner and be questioned, he's got his own professional repu-
-. God tower of
arms. "My you are a neglect constipation is to invite -
'while you are quietly enjoying yourself "I've Got an Even Break?" strength to me," he said. "You area tation to protect, he doesn't want to serious trouble.For your health's
/f': over there on the lawn with Spencer Asked. rock of help! Pray for every- be mixed into any murder trial! sake, take Black-Draught at the first

: \ your wife, laughing and carryingthe thing we've got, while I'm in there- She'll go away, and this time next' sign of constipation You'll soon feel ;.'
children into the house!" into it like a vise, he was almost the kids and the home-everything! year we'll be worrying about some- better. Here's a laxative that is

::. "I don't think that'll happen," shouting. "What d'you mean? Isn't I always thought I always thing else!" purely vegetable, prompt, reliable.BLACKDRAUGHT.

,: Quentin said. But Vicky saw that he gone?" thought," Quentin muttered, turn- She could reassure herself for a

.: his face was pale. "I wish you'd "Oh", no; but Quentin, there's no ing away, "that I'd like my boysto moment; then the solitude and silence -

,t' called me earlier!I" hope, Vicky said. be proud of their father. My of the night began to work A GOOD LAXATIVE
," "How do "Master say other doctor come Victoria felt
you know what'll hap- kids. their spell again, and
"; pen!" Serena said.HI know. I now, the amah said in a singsong. He went into the sickroom, and, with a sort of desperation that if

can tell you! We had a coroner's "Yes come in with me, for God's Vicky waited. There was a big Quentin didn't come out of that GET RID OF

tf' investigation when Gita's father sake, Hardisty, and see what you Spanish chair in the upper hall of room pretty soon .
died. I know what it means! You'll think!" Cudworth said, as they all the Morrison place, and she sat in The amah appeared presently, ,;;.

;:. have to sign that death warrant, went together to Spencer's door. it and clasped her hands to keep looking like a little old mahogany
,;; Quentin, or I'll have to drag your Vicky heard Quentin mutter as if them still and prayed. A Navajo carving in.a. black-and-white cotton BIG UGLY

name into it. You and I've talked he spoke to himself: "We all stand blanket, richly striped with yellowand coat. ,

< of what we'd do if he died; you can't there talking while the poor fellow black and scarlet had beenA (TO BE CONTINUED)

:, deny that, if they put you on oath! dies!" PORESPlENTY
I'; Everyone knows what we've been to Then they were in the sickroom; .

::, each other; you had a motive for Vicky watching her husband's, rather .
Revived When Buffalo Left /
: giving me something that would ,. than the patient's, face, her own Tall Grass ; OF DATES NOW...DENTON'S ,

W7 put him to sleep. He told Dr. Cud- face reflecting the fluctuations of Tests Reveal Animals Harmed Growth FACIAL' MAGNESIA MADE HER _"
::? ; worth here that I wanted to get feeling she saw there. {
rid of him. "Quentin, the sick man said, I!

"Vic, do you want to stay?" clutching at his hand, all personal tradition still current in the I tall-grasses more than their short Romance hasn't a chance when big ugly ..
Quentin asked in an undertone, as feeling forgotten in the grips of life Middle West holds that the prairies. competitors, giving the latter a de- pores spoil skin-texture.Men love the soft' .
P;:. the breathless voice died to silence. and death, "you can do somethingfor and plains were once carpeted by a cided advantage in the struggle and smoothness of a fresh young complexion. ,..".'

; ."This isn't your sort of thing." me, can't you? For God's sake dense turf of buffalo-grasses and rendering them correspondingly Denton's Facial Magnesia does miraclesfor

"No, Vic won't go," Serena said get; me out of this, operate, do anything that these disappeared in the wakeof dominant. As the buffalo were killed unsightly skin.Ugly pores disappear, .
skin becomes firm and smooth.
at white heat. "You don't think Vic That ass there," he whispered the vanishing bison. Commentingupon off or driven westward, the handi- ..

doesn't know that you love me, thatyou've with a flickering glance at this, Dr. Frederic E. Clem- cap to the tall-grasses was removedin Watch your complexion take on new beauty ,.
been that agitated Cudworth, "tells me ents, of the division of plant biologyof little more than a decade and Even the first few treatments with Denton's Facial
following me, makingme the Carnegie Institution of Wash- these quickly assumed the rank allotted Magnesia make a remarkable difference. With '
presents, writing me letters." I'm washed up. There's something the Denton Magic Mirror you can actually sea "
can do?" ington says: them by the character of the the texture of your akin become smoother day by ,;
i Quentin looked I '
at Vicky looked Wrinkleaqraduallydiaappear.Boforeyouknowit 400.
day. Imperfections are washed clean.
Much field study has been given climate.
away; he spoke quietly. Quentm spoke urgently definitely -
in Nebraska and skin loveline
this problem has brought you entirely now
"Vicky knows just how badly I've : Kansas especially, before an opportunity OFFER ;,;
Home of the Ant Lion EXTRAORDINARY
"Vic get to and tell
treated her, Serena, he said. a telephone
the merits
offered to test -Saves you Money
In sandy places beneath over '.'
"She's always known, from the be- Anna to come over right away with : of tall and short in actual You can try Denton Facial Magnesia on the
ginning. I'm not trying to that big package that's on my desk; grasses hanging cliffs, under buildings, or most liberal offer we have over made-good fora
wriggleout competition. Near Nebraska's cap- along banks, where the sun is the few weeks only.Wo will send you a full 12 ox. ..
it's from can't missit.
of that. If you were really fool Lengfeld's-she ital found a stretch of nearly bottle(retail prico$1)plus a regular sized box
to Rush it! And just as soon asyou've was warmest, one may find little fun- of famous MiLnosia Wafers (known throughoutthe
enough give Spencer
sleeping pure buffalo-grass, lagging half a nel-shaped pits one or two inches country as the original Milk of Ma
'{ powders or anything else, I'm in it done that, get the amah to behind its departed name- tablets), plus the Denton Magio Mirror shows
with There's get plenty of hot water, boiling wa- century across. The sides are smooth and what your skin specialist remarkable all for
you. no question that only
sake. Dotted through it were vestigesof steep and at the bottom can be $11 Don't miss out on this otter
': ter. I suppose there's a table here, Write
you can drag my name and today.
my tall grasses, apparently hopelessly seen two small curved objects.
children's names in the mud if a long table, flat-It diminutive
you discouraged by their is until ant
Everything quiet, an
want to. You can" take those let- "You think so, Doctor? falteredthe antagonists. The area was charted hurrying along on its own business DENTON'SFacial
other doctor."I .
ters into court-
annually for three years. happens to run carelessly over the
"Letters saying, ,'If it weren't know so!" Quentin shouted, During the first season the tall- edge of one of these holes. It then Magnesia

for Spencer .' Serena inter- suddenly mad with impatience."Just grass recovered rapidly and pro- commences to slide down, until it SELECT
rupted him."Letters lie quiet there, Spencer," he duced seed for the first time. It increased falls into the jaws of the Ant Lion. PRODUCTSInc. ; ;'.,

saying everything," added to the patient, "and we'll get its lead each year until it The Ant Lion throws up a torrentof 4402-23rd St., .
Quentin said in a low voice, witha you out of this if we can." everywhere dominated the buffalo- ,sand so that it will hit the victim, Long- Island City.N.Y.Enclosed j \

level glance at her. "Letters "I've got an even break?" Spencer grass and had actually replaced it and knock it down into the pit again. (cash or clamps find$1) 1 .
saying everything!" he repeated. asked. over much of the territory. In the When ready to change to pupae Ant for which send me your
"But one thing isn't true," he wenton "Not quite good. We won't of special introductory
so weedy spots, a single year pro- Lions make for themselves small r combination. !!
slowly. "I've never loved but know quite what chance you've got tection restored the natural advan- round cocoons, fastened togetherand ...
.; one woman in all my life; never, until we've gone a little further. Ah, of the to such an extent .
matter what I said tage grass if lined with silk. The adult lion : JVamo.................____-_____
no or wrote or here's our nurse. We want a surgi- that the weeds disappeared as by .
;. did. I've always loved my wife, always cal bath here, nurse, as fast as you magic during the second summer. emerges as a graceful insect, with : Street Address,........__________

.,./' '" always held her in a place can manage it; we've no time to When the bison roamed the plainsby long narrow delicate wings and c = CJi7------------ State.__________
by herself!" waste." the million, they damaged the slender body. ........... D... ...w II .Jo.Pit!

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Q SECTION HAVE suffered much, but I
: OUR COMIC am now fully convinced thatno 0t' the Week--
man has any right to grum-
1 I ble if he can be ill without experiencing -
the torture of feeling FLOATING ISLAND
I I that if his illness continues for I
length of time there will 2'i cups milk >/ tsp. salt
11 I SNOOPIE | [0] be any poverty and inadequate'edu 2 Grated whole orange eggs rind Va Vs tsp.cup vanilla sugar
'cation for the.. ones that he 1 egg yolk
'1'.tes." Scald milk with orange rind.

Be understanding with those Beat eggs and egg yolk slightly, ...
who in their illness are hauntedby mix with salt, sugar and vanilla.
--AND NOW MY LAST Add hot milk gradually, return to
fears for the future; seek to "
IMITATION WILL BE RQ"Qi -! understand what it is that lies double boiler, cook until custard 1
OP A BOMCH OF WILD / and foam ::1+
behind their' complaining, and. spoon :
a LIONS IU A CAGELlsrEU /4 ask God to prevent you from from surface. Strain and chill. :}
/ being clumsy when you try to Serve with meringue and garnish ,
j/ft W i aQ give them a message of hope. with jelly. This will make a de )

: f'/ licious dessert. )

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AROUNDthe Items of Interest .

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Washing New Blankets.-New chop up the tomatoes and mix to "
IL .
( tJV blankets should be soaked for half a paste with the cheese, adding
/ t\ an hour in water to which'has" seasoning to taste. Serve the mix- :
been added one pound of bicarbonate ture on individual plates, surrounding >
of soda. Put them through a with lettuce leaves. :.;
GUESS I wringer. All the dressing will then Sprinkle the salads with a little ...
SCARED THOSE: be removed and they may, be finely grated cheese and decorate
,,;, WOKS ALL RXSHT- o washed in the usual way. with small pieces of tomato. ,;,
c 't TOUGHWILDI.IONs / When Preserving.-Don't pack Treating Dry Glue. Vinegar '.;1
TuATs --HMPH/' jars too' tightly when preservingfruits added to dry glue will make the ."/

ALL, and vegetables. Leave ,a glue fit for use again. .
/ FOLKS! j )-t-----1- space of at least half. an inch at *

'/7"! the top for, liquid. Egg as Clcanser.-The yolk of "'.
egg may be used for removing
1 Brightening Carpets.V acuum- mud, chocolate or coffee stains .
clean carpets first to remove the from any kind of material ex-
'loose dirt and fluff and then cept velveteen. Rub into the stain,
sponge or shampoo with a cloth wash off with warm soapy water, .
wrung out of warm soapsuds, or and rinse thoroughly. "
use a good carpet soap. Repeat WNU Service.
l l with another cloth wrung out of
)SAY clear water, and finish with a dry '
(cnpyrlghl. W: N. V.) cloth, always rubbing the way of S 1 :1 :1 : 4f
the :!
I 4
I DP- LE FOUGH 1 WHO MOVED FIRST MET HIM- OM Preparing' Parsley. Parsley
| '
I4 %
! UP VOUR WAY ABOUT HE WALKED IM MD NOw- HE washed with hot water keeps its "JI
F.I A YEAR, A Go 2 "lIS, IN DADE SpAKES'sOOD< flavor better and is easier to chop
I IIH A F'OIl\1E. PARDOMSSIR, IT HERE HE" Rice Castles-Wash 3 ounces' /4_ LIGHTING INSTANT. RON: I
MON NEo GRIEVES ME TO I c( COMES NOW/ 'rice and boil until tender. Mix / A Coleman Iron will saveS '
BRIN G you A with 4 2 yon work save strength .l
BEH'IAH I ounces honey, ounces cur- 1\ and health-help
NI you keep y'
; COMPLAtMT ( I I III rants, 2 ounces raisins. 2 ounces /I young-keep you smiling end : !I
I happy on Ironing dart The Cole- .-:,
chopped walnuts. Add a ''well- /Q + man reduces by one-third tiresome :T :
I o q_ hears at the ironing board. Its pol I I'j
N C q I II IIy ,I III beaten egg. Grease some small swiftly ished sole :;i ,
I., II molds, place a glace cherry in job. Costs 1''
I Ifnatantly
0 each, and three-parts with the Make and... .I
mixture. Cover and steam for 1 FREE : :
hour. Serve with custard. or Bend this : I
Y Cheese and Tomato Salad. ':1')
,Three ounces of cheese, two me- :,
OF dium-sized tomatoes, seasoning, ::1
salad cream, lettuce leaves. Grate \\1
THEH' the cheese fine, then skin ,and ::,.'

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sARSE/ SAY i "IEZ/ Burning Coal Mine Genius in

SOTTA BEEF (;) 01 TELL At New Straitsville, Ohio, thereis Enthusiasm is Strong"i"
o TO MAKE TO ( \'v..U, a burning coal mine, said to be nius.-Beaconsfield.Ask 'j
LOUSE GUYS1 ff\ the largest mine fire in the world.It .
.... ) has been burning since 1884, and ,1
RI .
" more than $50,000,000 worth of fine
ten and twelve-foot strata coal has SNOW WHITE
I -." C been destroyed. Millions of dollars LARGE JARS S '
.. "
I .: / have been spent to check the
; ; -qj t fire, but it still rages in hundredsof j

I E places Shawnee.between New Straitsvilleand '

Ted Another well-known subterranean BLUE
I By l r fire in Ohio was that in the
Hocking field, near Corning and
O'Loughlin Congo, which burned for 30 years. "Big and
I This fire was extinguished earlyin a
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SEX. PEPPER. TO SPEAK FOR scribe was one of the party of 23 water. be charged; at the/rate of one per Spadaro Company Is '
DEMOCRATS OX OCT. 4TH white men; who, with two Seminole One Truthful StatementThis cent interest a month.
Indian guides, blazed the approximate "noted guide", Major Bradford "If any employers are delaying the Penalized By CityMoore I
Tallahassee, Sept. 23 (Special).- route of the present Tamtami though his yarn purports to filing of their liability reports In
U. S. Senator Claude Pepper has ac- Trail, going across from Fort Myersl 1 be the narrative of his visit to cer- the expectation that the Florida unemployment '
cepted an Invitation to speak for the to Miami with the first motor cars tain Big Cypress or Miccosukee compensation law will ( Haven Democrat)' .1
Democratic party on the night of ever to cross the lower Everglades.In .I Seminole, tells of some of the Sem- be declared inoperative, they are A total of $1,225 in penalties has
October 4 on "Some of the Responsibilities doing so we cut through more inole Indian words he learned whileat doomed to disappointment," :Mr. been assessed against the Spadaro
on the Younger Genera- than four miles of cypress swamps their camp. It so happens that I Wall stated. The Federal social security Contracting Company by the Moore .
tion" at the annual internationalforum and crossed numerous marl prairies the words that he mentions are all act has been declared con- Haven city commission for their;
of the New York Herald that are dry as dust in the winter Cow Creek dialect, an'entirely dif-I stitutional by the Supreme Court. I failure to complete the local waterworks -
Tribune on world problems. season, but slippery as soft soap fei 2ut language spoken by the Cow Under title IX of this act an employer project In the contract time.
Senator Pepper will speak on a when wet. But it was not until we Creek Seminoles who live north and would have to pay 2 per cent This amount represents a total or
program which will include Presi- neared the east coast that we got east of Lake Okeechobee, and little of his pay rolls to the Federal gov-. 49 days overtime at $25.00 per day
dent Roosevelt, Mrs. 'Roosevelt, J. into the continuous muck country I understood and never spoken by the ernment. v and represents the actual expense
Edgar Hoover, Secretary of Agri- that constitutes the Everglades.We Big Cypress Seminoles, who live far I ,The) ,social security act enables the incurred by the city because of the'
culture Henry Wallace and other were nearly three weeks in to the south, and whom he visited.It I state to pass an unemployment com-I delay. Practically the ,entire amount
prominent figures. getting across to Miami, being mir- is said that there is "no pass pensation law so that for 1937 '1.8 % I has already been paid. Final action
The young Florida senator recently ed in muck for several days. During able route" through Okaloacoochee of this tax would be paid into the was taken at the regular meeting
returned to the state after establishing all that time the' men (most of them Slough, yet we are reliably informed state treasury for unemployment of the commission Tuesday night at
an enviable record in his unused to hard manual labor) toil- that there are several well de- benefits to Florida workers. which time the plant was formally
first session of Congress as a sup- ed almost continuously cutting tim- fined crossings. The jagged rock "Several similar laws of other accepted by the commission. PWA
porter of progressive legislation.The ber, laying corduroy roads through under the muck in that region, resembling states have been tested' in the officials accepted the plant last Fri-
program will be broadcastover muck ponds, pushing cars out of the "razor-like knives" that courts and found to be constitutional day.
a coast to coast network. More mire, sweating profusely, drinking cuts your shoes to ribbons, is likewise so it is apparent that the Florida
than 3,000 delegates are expectedto warm swamp water as brown as cof- highly imaginary. :Much of the law will be declared constitutionalif i t Superstitious About Friday
attend the forum, with additional fee that failed to quench the thirst. outcropping rock in the lower west a test case should arise. Even I "I kain't help bein' superstitiousabout
and side of the Everglades is flat. should the Florida law be declared
representation from 154 collegesand Food ran low after some days i Friday," said Uncle Eben,
universities.CO. we got down te short rations or The one really truthful statementthat unconstitutional and become inoperative "but I reco'nize dat it ain't so
I moldy bread and stewed venison, I I found in the entire story was no employer would escape much whut you does on Fridaydat
GASOLIlCOXSIDfPTI01\ without salt, before provisions were that the Seminole Indians a"s a class from taxes for unemployment com- brings bad luck as whut you!
DURING MONTH OF AUGUST dropped to us by airplane. Yet dur- are highly moral, honest, truthful pensation as the Federal government sidesteps on Friday an' five or l
ing all that time only one, member and brave. But then, the truth is would again collect the entire six other days a wee1" ';
Hendry county users consumed of the party was ill and he recovered not very exciting nor is it calculated amount and the state 'would secura
75,107 gallons of gasoline, purchased before reaching Miami. to thrill the imagination of the no benefit from it," Mr. Wall con-
at retail, during the month of No, Serious Illness Enrouto rising generation. Hence the reason cluded. RAIFORD'S RHEUMATIC REM-
August, according to the monthly :,for so much bunk that is being EDY has relieved Muscular,
report just released by the Inspec- Speaking from personal experi peddled out to the youth of the nation Everglades Milling Co. Rheumatic and other bodily pains
tion bureau, of the state departmentof ence, I had been suffering somewhat under the guise of ,"true stor- for 15 years; also used for Athlete's
agriculture. The total retail con- from indigestion when I joined the ies of adventure." It sells more mag- Resume Foot and other Foot Troubles. Easyto
sumption in the state was 23,239439 ,- party at Estero and ate little for azines, and after all, the publishersare OperationsMoore make. Ingredients bought at any
gallons. Glades county consumed several days thereafter, but'worked, primarily out for the money. drug store. Don't suffer. Send only
sweated and drank profusely of $1 for= formula Satisfaction
and Okeechobee guar-
30,409 gallons, ( Haven Democrat)
swamp water for the next several anteed. E. E. Raifoid, 13. 91 Okee-
Ross Robertson assistant
county 63,621. Frost Warnings To Be an
days. Before reaching Miami I' chobee
Kerosene sales in the county were chemist at the State Experimental Fla. 4tD-N
could like horse it didn't mat
eat a ;
8,907 gallons. The state totals 2- Broadcast This Year Farm in Belle Glade for a numberof
i ter much what, so long as there was f
133,832. Glades county kerosene I years was here Tuesday lookingfor
and strange to relate, it
purchases amounted to 2,463 gal- i a house to rent and made the L. B. Mershon
agreed with me famously. There !
lons, and Okeechobee county's purchases 'I Fred A. Flanders, U. S. Weather announcement that he would move
not :a in the party,
to 6,424. was man appar-j I Observer for Moore Haven was notified to Moore Haven about the first of AGENT
The inspection bureau also checksall ently, who came out of the experi-I this week by a letter from Walter October to assume management of New York Life
sales of 'fertilizers in ton lots in ence any worse for wear. J. Bennett, meteorologist in the Everglades Milling Company and
the various counties. Hendry county Yes, we had plenty of mosquitoesfor r charge of the state fruit-frost serv- begin operation of the plant as soon Insurance Company
farmers bought 92 tons during August the first few nights, but as we ice for Florida, that instead of telegraphing as possible. The plant ,has been idle ARCADIA, FLORIDA
Glades county none, and Okee- got back ,away from'the coast and I frosfe warnings during the for nearly a year. I
chobee county),2 tons. Sales In smaller toward t1ie Everglades we discarded -I coming winter as has been commonin Mr. Robertson has gained consid-
than ton lots are not Included In our mosquito bars and slept out the past that special broadcasts erable experience while connected
the report. The state's total ton lot I in the open under the stars without from all of the radio stations of the with the Belle Glade station which J. M. COUSE
sales were 8,728. 'annoyance from insects of any kind. state will give this. desired inform- should serve him well in the man-
The only other bugs encountered on ation. agement of the feed mill here. No Counselor and Attorney at Law,
AUTUMN BEGAN YESTERDAYT the trip were little green, wooly This service, eentered at Lake- details have as yet been announced Hopkins Building
caterpillars in one cypress swamp land, has expanded to cover nearly regarding the business details but Wednesdays and Saturdays
Autumn was officially ushered in that dropped down from the tree the whole state, including this locality it is understood that he will be 9:30 to 4:00
Thursday morning at 6:15 a. m. tops and, stung If coming in contact and is in a position to give connected with F. L. Williamson, of
The sun in its southward passage with the skin. Scarcely a snake was I I detailed and specialized warnings of Clewiston in the ownership and man-
over the equator proclaims the equi- seen during, the entire trip until we I I frosts and cold ,waves, including agement of the mill. Mr. Williamson NORGE REFRIGERATORS ,1 It '
nox. At the moment day and night reached the partly completed road probable minimum temperatures in established the feed company Furniture and Homo Furnishings
were of equal duration. Nights will grade In Dade county where some I I each locality. here three years ago. PHILCO RADIOS I
gain In length until the sun' turns moccasins were noticed in the ad- Information will be published hater Many setbacks were experiencedby
north again.A joining canal. No "sun-bleached ,,I as to when these broadcasts may the company in the first few Household
portion of Florida experiencedthe bones" of our "brave explorers"were I be expected. They will be given months of operation. First high water -1 FurnishingsInc.
usual equinoctial rains the past left on that lonely trail throughthe I twice daily.Liability. prevented getting into the fieldsto .
week, but these were attributed to South Florida wilds, all parties cut the Para grass which was f
the gulf storm which 'passed inland being accounted for on reaching Mi-I Reports Must grown as the base for the feed BELLE GLADE-;, FLORIDA
Monday east of Apalachicola. ami. I manufactured. A dehydrator dried I

Speaking of mosquitoes, it shouldbe Be Filed by October 1 the grass and two hammer mills I
LEGIONNAIRES AT CONVENTION: remembered that they are always crushed it to the consistency desired -
worse near the coast. They breed I for the brands of feed. Some cow-

Clewiston Post of the American mostly in stagnant water of detached -: Each firm or individual :who has I peas were also dried and ground.
Legion was represented at the na- pools. In the interior country I I employed even one worker since Soon after the flood, frost took tits
tional convention in New York City where the water is circulating free-I I' January 1, 1937, is required to fill toll and a series of other misfor-
this week by two members, Dr. O. ly in swamps and wet flatwoods the I' in and file one of the liability reports tunes worked heavily against the
t F. Schiffli and S. A. Graves. Both minnows are at hand by the thos- required under the unemploy- establishment, of the new business altiNtr
, men were accompanied by their ands, gobbling I up every vestige of I ment compensation law, it was stat- Ml\ Williamson never'lost faith in
: wives. insect that floats, including mosQui-1 ed by J. R. Hunter, Jr., field advisor -I the business venture however and
I; Dr. and Mrs. Schiffli were to sail I to larvae and wigglers. It is for this district who was here: despite his ill health has worked o
from New York yesterday for the I times when the muck country is Wednesday to assist employers with I constantly toward the betterment of i rt ni a n ia ; + I
Post Convention trip to France and drying up, leaving detached pools I these reports. :These reports must conditions and eventual success in '4t;
I Italy. Mr. and Mrs. Graves had that mosquitoes become very bother- be filed in the Tallahassee office the feed business.
I planned a visit with relatives of some there. but only those who employ eight or The. company still has a large acreage -
Mrs. Graves in Canada before their Careless About DistancesI more workers are liable for the tax. in Para grass and it is understood NOLEACKSONVILL
r return home. have gone to considerable Report blanks may be secured from. that the tract of land east of 1
; length in narrating personal experiences the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -I the schoolhouse, about fifty acres, 1i

} P.-T. A. Holds First- of some years ago, but it seems Court. which was recently plowed, will be FL ORU A i
about time that the much maligned Mr. Hunter's headquarters are in! planted in some other crop, possibly -
Everglades region should be de- Bradenton and he may be reached alfalfa.
<-:'::. Continued From Page One) bunked of all these yarns about at P.. O. Box 725, that city. I The tract just north of the court- modern ENJOY, fireproof SUMMER hotel in COMFORT the heart of at down.this. if",
with the largest percentage of par- poisonous water, Insects, snakes, alligators An article dealing with the reports house, about ten acres, is ,being town Jacksonville. Every room wih tub end
ents in attendance was abandoned. etc. In the yarn under consideration and the recent extension of planted this week in beans by field shower, soft water, ceiling fan, radio, slatted
summer door... Every Bed with! inncrsprinj
|: In its place a picture suitable to, the mention is made of havIng time to employers follows: I foreman Glenn Poronto for Mr. mattress and reading lamp. Running ice
room will be offered as a prize for to kick the alligators out of the Director Harold C. Wall, of the Williamson. water on every floor.
; '- each meeting this year. way in order to clear a camping I' unemployment compensation divis- ----- AIR CONDITIONED
The programs for the year will place for the night. Of recent years ion, Florida industrial commission, DINING AND MEETING ROOMSR.les..SiTlSlc
'V; follow the state theme "Forward the alligator has been exterminated announced today an extension of. (Father J. -F. Walsh- Pastor) with P/ivate'Balh

V With the Home," while the special to the point where thousands of time until October 1 to the 15,000 I Mass \ very Sunday at St. Marg; r 78 40 Rooms Room $2.00$3.00 .. 60 24 Rooms Rooms $2.50$3.50

local slogan 'is "Health and Safety". : tourists to Florida each year come or more employers over the state J aret's Church, Clewislqn, is ,at 8:30a. 10 Sampl. Rooms with P...,.. B.ih 54.00
: VV : Mrs. O. A. Jones read an inter- and go without ever seeing a 'gator who have not filled in liability reports 'm. On the last Sunday of the -Slight mercatc foe f. occupancy
esting paper on growing health hints In his native haunts, and if there under the unemployment compensation month at 10:30 a. m. Ot,.. I 0, POUND Mo? ,

for our children.Debunking still exists a place where they are law. Baptisms by appointment. Visi- .HOTEV o.. ..oo..,1.JHN_ VTf HOTEL s.....OESOIO.. G.
as plentiful as described, some hunter "This extension is being given af-I tors welcome. tf <- L .....
EvergladesContinued would soon find it out and have ter much serious discussion," ::: I
their hides all salted and on the Mr. Wall. We could apply the penalties -:
way to the tannery. under the law but we desire to
( from Page 4) Mention is made of traveling by I be as fair as possible. We feel that
effective barrier to ambitious tres ox cart Rome fourteen miles east we are 'leaning over backwards' in THE WORLD'S -GOOD NEWS'.
i: passers." from Immokalee, and then thirty I trying to cooperate with the employ-
Recalls Trail-Blazing Trip more afoot, before reaching their I I ers. However, this is the final extension .- will come to your home every day through
Not one person in fifty has any I destined camping point on the bor-I as contributions for the first THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORAn
definite idea as to what realty con- der of Okaloacoochee Slough. I am nine months of this year will be due International Daily NewspaperIt
stitutes the Florida Everglades re-, reliably informed that this sloughs on October 1 and will be collectedon records for you the world's clean constructive doings. The Monitor
+ gion. It is in reality only that vast but seven or eight miles east ofmmokalee. or before October 25. There can but does deals not exploit correctively crime with or them.sensation features; neither for busy does men It Ignore and all them tho
area of muck land bordering Lake Again we read of the : be no'further extension because of. family Including the Weekly Magazine Section.
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S' 'Okeechobee to the west, south and 'saw-grasr., and bull brier, with only this fact. \t
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east, extending' as far down as the clumps, of gnarled and ugly mangrove -I "When the collection of contributions + One. :Norway Street Boston, Massachusetts
:1,: Tamiami Trail and beyond; and lies .trees and knolls of scrubby begin," Mr. Wall added, "no Please a period enter of my, subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for
much nearer the east coast than the almettoes to vary the monotony". extension of time can be given on 1 year,9.00 6 months $4.50 3 months$2.25 1 month 75c
west. I this point either after the first Wednesday Issue Including Magazine Section: 1 year $2.60, 6 Issues 250
;; Bordering areas of wet sandy have yet to see saw-grass growingon as

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are not the Florida Everglades trees are a salt water. growth and September 30, the contributions will V Sample Copy on Kequatt '
at all. are not found on dry land nor bor- be collected monthly and the law, I l
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