The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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SUGAR PRODUCERS INCREASED RECEIPTS Bank Re-elects 'New Construction Here

Same Officers


I In Eighteen Months Is
C. V. Parkinson was re-elected

1 .TRADE AGREEMENT POST OFFICE IN 1938 president, J. S.: Cottrell of Moore

f Haven vice-president and ElbertL. Half Million DollarsMany

Stewart, cashier of t. e First
1 Florida sugar producers, ,through 1028 more money orders were

Clarence, R.* Bitting, president of issued by the Clewiston post-offiC3 I Bank of Clewiston at the meeting -

United States Sagar Corporation, during. the last three months of ;of the stockholders on Thursday I ClewistonitesAt Almost Doubles Build-

{ :in -a brief filed with the State Department 1938 than for' the corresponding night. These officers with R. E,

in connection with proposed period in 1937 it was disclosed this
Kurtz and C. L. Downs will continue Orange BowlThere ing Record of Nearest
changes in the Cuban Reciprocal week by Postmaster A.. W. Sins

Trade Agreement, hearings on |I and the other business of the office to serve as the board of, di-
Lake TownMajor
which opened this week in Washington = increased proportionately. While rectors.
was a good representationof
stated their position as these figures were taken from the Mr. Stewart's report for the
Clewiston people at the Orange
follows- final for the .
quarterly report year
year 1938 showed that the bank Bowl football game in Miami Mon- construction, and minor repairs -
1.-All benefits of any further the increase was just as apparent
had done a nice business and showed day between the Oklahoma Sooners combine to make Clewiston's
prcfereutiafs, and a substantial por- during the previous, months of the -
and the Tennessee Volunteers, a
!tion of previous preferential, on year. an increase in earnings of ten construction record for the past

sugar should be insured to the The total number of money orders per cent over the year 1937 allow- game, which was won 17-0 by Ten I eighteen months an enviable one
nessee. Most qf the Clewiston faus
field workers of Cuba. issued for the three-month per- ing a ,ten per cent dividend to be thp- even for a community much largerfor
were grouped together near
2.-Past and prospective prefer- iod was 4,691 in 1938 and 3,663 paid to stockholders. A complete
West end of the south stands and the figure, 'from July 1, 1937 to
entials: on Cuban sugar should not in 1937. The total value of these financial statement of the bank
had a splendid view of the interesting December 31, 1938, 'exceeds a half
inure to the benefit of a privileged orders during the last year was will appear in next week's issueof ..
and the colorful paradeof
game million
few, in Cuba or elsewhere. 39854.66 against $34,696.01 in the News.
high school 'bands prior to the
3.-The fruit and vegetable I 1937 so while the number increasedthe In A report made up by the Clewis-
commenting on the
success game and of the two bands of the
,growers of South Florida should total valuation failed to increase of the year 1938 Mr. Stewart stared competing universities between ton Realty and 'Development Cor-

i not be penalized for the benefit in'the same proportion. Feesin that he anticipated an even better halves. poration as of September 30 showed -

'of either the fruit and vegetable the 1938 quarter amounted to year in 1939 providing gov- construction totalling $468,800at
450.27 and in 1937, $360.33 Passes to the races which accompanied that time completed
growers of the balance..of the Unit- ernmental restrictions do not hamper or underway
ed States, or a privileged few in Stamp sales and box rentals during :- to too great an extent the ex- each ticket to the game in Clewiston and vicinity. It is be-

Cuba, or elsewhere, who live off I the quarter amounted to $::,- pansion of the sugar industry and lured many to Tropical Park in the I lieved that small repairs and new

the productive labor of the Cuban i 256.83 for 1938 and $2,724.68 for he hoped that Congress would fore- morning to watch the horses run. construction jobs started since that

people. the corresponding 'period in 1937. stall the present plans of the AAAto Those ,attending the game from time will run the figure well overa

These are the usual classified post-i Clewiston included: Mr., and Mrs. half million dollars.
of recfp-
All of the benefits destroy twenty-five per cent of
office receipts and upon these receipts 1'1.V.. Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
rocity"should inure to the benefitof the cane acreage next season. The record for the period from
all of the people of Cuba and is the rating of the postofficeestablished. Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder July 1, 1937 to September 30, 1938,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mr.
all of the people of the United shows Clewiston almost doublingin
and Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mr. and ,
The Christmas mailing rush
I States:,and not, as in the past, new construction any other com-
TELEPHONE SERVICE Mrs. A.V.. Lawrence, Mr. and
far greater, according to Mr. .Sias,
to a privileged, few in each coun- munity around the lake." Belle Glade
Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
try. than ever before and while no record and vicinity was second with $297-
is kept of the number of letters E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. H. ,.-
Pahokee and
5.-Any agreement with Cuba, NOW IN CHARGE ; vicinity was
postcards, parcels, etc., which OF C. Kolstad, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. third with '$143,775; Moore Haver' -
such preferential
granting country VonMach, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Paf-
pass through the office as is done was fourth with $62,800 and Bar
rights in our markets, should pro- ford Mr. and 1Irs.V.. C: Owen,
in larger offices it was not jifficult ,
vide that all benefits under such FT. MYERS COMPANY I I Beach, Lake Harbor and South I:
to notice that the volume of mail Mr.. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet, Dr. I: were combined for $43,500.
agreement be contingent upon that and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Mr. and
was much greater than in previous ,
all I[ The major piece of _.
I"V country passing and assuring Christmas seasons.In Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. constru
1 of such benefits to the workers so The Inter County Telephone and. in Clewiston was of course the{ /
view of the increase in mail Ralph Bishop, Mi' and Mrs. I
that, in turn, the American .workmen during the year and the probable Telegraph Company of Fort Myers Grady Niblack, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.I. $200,000 Clewiston Inn. The Un.
\ would be benefited. which purchased in December the I States Sugar Corporation expend!
continuation of an increase in suc- Beery, Mr. and Mrs. George \V'I.
-No international treaty or stock and eq piment of the Clew $40,000 for a new plantation vii,
ceeding years it is considered lUerI' iston Sparks,_ .__ I
Telephone Company took at Ritta another six thousandfor
over lage '
should deprive the American I
I agreement' )" 'o that the office will change from the E. E. Kelly, Parker Wilson, Ken
people of the right to management of the Clewiston the Townsite village, constructed -
: pro- a third-class to.a. second class office Harris, Munselle Stone, Hervey
duce their own foodstuffs or other office the first of the year. The a commissary warehouse at a
at the end of the fiscal Bourne Bob and Dick Patterson,
:year \ ,
I < necessities of life. : new owners operate in Fort Myers, cost of $25,000, a 2,000,000 gallon
June' 30, 1939. Joe Robbins, John Robbins, F. M.
: LaBelle and Moore Haven as well syrup tank at a cost of $10,000 and
In commenting upon the brief as'several West Coast communi W/right/ Hudson Inlery, Dick and I built twelve dwelling houses at a

Mr. Bitting said.. Newspaper: reports Florida Senators fright ties. Bill Owen, Bob and Dan Beardsley,
/ I cost of from $2,600 to $2,800 each.
indicate, quite clearly, that Bill Palmer, C. V. Parkinson, Bob
Mrs. Maud Hare, who has beenthe Next in size was the new Engineer
increased tariff preferentials have Logan, Lefty Holstein, Malley Palmer '
Sugar Tariff Cut Clewiston operator since the office building which cost $20,000and
already been promised to Cuba, E. EdWard
Wilbur Goff, A. Benson,
opening of the exchange here ten the new Hendry County Motors i
presumably to help the Cuban peo- Brown
Bill Gager, James ,
years ago will remain in charge of building which cost $7,000. ;
ple. Past experience clearly discloses Both of A. Ed Collier, Misses
Florida's senators ralliedto the local office. Mrs. Hare and her James Wynne, A number of fine residences were
that the Cuban people, that, is, the defense-of the farmers of Marjorie Hood, Martha Nell Alston,
daughters have been built well small
.the only operators as as many ones .
the workers of Cuba, have received their Anne Pafford Mae Palmer, Livonia
state at ,
" Tuesday a hearing here during that time andit and included the $5,500 home of
little, if any, benefits from the Marcia Avant and Mae
beffl the trade agreement com- is good news to the residents of Congdon, S. L. Crochet, that of E. M. Corn-

preferentials already granted as the seventy-sixth congress Clewiston that they will retain their Whitten. ette, $4,000; "". W. Perry, $4,500;

present and proposed prefereare iderway and President Clar- : positions. C. E. Robbins, $2,000; E. E. Kel-

countries to stimulate, it would trade seem between only cO Bitting of the United States I J. S. Jowers of Fort Myers will School Officials AskedTo ly, $7,000; H. J. Oglesby, two duplexes -

Corporation was present to I be plant manager of this territoryand at $2,500 each; E. A. Schult,
mon sense of to insist that the woi a full picture of the Flor- will move to Clewiston in the Attend Conference 2 residences at $1,350 each; Harvey -
Cuba the o1
men get benefits
sugar industry and to urge its very near future. Mr. Jowers states J Guthrie, $2,500; G. H. Small, ,
the preferentials, so that they might
have some money with which to insion. that Considerable repair work is $2,000; Stanley McCorckle, $1,000;

I" purchase the necessities and com- Senator Claude Pepper was most contemplated and that larger cables -I Superintendent S. A. Graves and E. A. Schult, three houses, $3,000;

forts of life from American pro- outspoken and told the committeeto will be put up in the near other officials and principals of R. J. Blount, $1,000, G. L. Espen-

ducers. If the Cuban people themselves "do away with tariffs if you future. New' directories are soon Hendry county schools and P.-T. A. laub, $1,000; additions 'to the

do not get the benefits it want to, but don't begin with sugar to be printed for the three com- leaders have been asked by Super- amount of $800 were made by Dr.

: and other Florida products" and in munities of Moore Haven, LaBelle intendent Colin English to participate J. W. Ezelle to his home and by
seems perfectly silly expect them
'to have- funds to buy American pro- a conversation with Chairman Hen- ,and Clewiston.The in a district conference of Miss Marion Leydig, $300.

ducts. ry Grady of the United States tariff only decided, change in the school administrators at theVo- The new Royal Grocery was built II

commission the senator suggestedthat system in the ,three communities man's Club, Punta Gorda, January at a cost of' $5,000, the new Baptist ,
"A recent released .
by the door be opened to pro- will be the installing of an auto- 12. church, now under construction,

the State Department sets forth, ducts the farmers must buy, suchas matic system at Moore Haven within The morning session of the con-I is estimated at $2,000; R. C. Nowling's -

most clearly, .the results of woyears' farm machinery. He continuedby the next few weeks. Materials ference, beginning at ten o'clock filling station and residence

operation of ,the present trea- saying that if the sugar tariff have already been ordered for con- will be devoted to a discussion of I amounted to $3,500 and a small -'

'; '{y. Such analysis shows for the were lowered that it would resultin struction of a modern fire-proof the new school code for Florida. filling station built by G. E. Ether-
first two United States imports I'
years a direct gift of several millionsof building to house the automatic The proposed code has been in preparation ton came to $1,000. Not to be forgotten -

from Cuba of $266,000000;; as dollars and Florida, due to quota equipment and when this is done for two years and i is now is the new wharf built in
against exports to Cuba of '
I only restrictions, raises less than a thirdof all phones in Moore Haven will be being drafted in final form for pre- Industrial Canal by the Okeechobee
., $119,000,000 balance in Cuba's
favor of 147,000,000, a her people's consumption. exchanged for dial phones. and long sentation to the legislature by tho I Flood Control Board at a cost of

as comparedwith Senator Charles O. Andrews told distance calls will be handled school code commission appointedfor $2,800.
a balance In Cuba's favor of
them that more than a million peo- I through the Clewiston office. the purpose by the legislatureof I In Harlem Mrs. Mary Hayes
only $14,000,000 the)
during year ple would be given employmentif Mr. Jowers states that the com- 1937. Florida has nsver had a I Davis built the new Lincoln-Harlem
preceding the effective date :of the I
Florida is given a fair chanceto pany rates on phones will be $4.00 codification of school laws, and Theatre at a cost of $4,000, G. L.
treaty. The beneficiary of the trade
develop her agricultural resources for business phones or $3,00 for educators have pointed to this as Royal constructed a store buildingat ;,
treaty is obvious and it is also
quite now hamstrung by federal restrictions business party phones. Residence one of the state's greatest educa- a cost of $2,500; one frame saloon -

obvious the American that the beneficiary is not : : phones will be $3.00 and a resi- tional needs in bringing educational building cost $600; a frame

American farmer.workingman" or the "The net effect of the proposed dence party phone will be $2.50. practices up to date. apartment house cost $800 and

Cuban tariff reduction of sugar will This is for the wall type phone, Other topics: which will be dis- thirteen residences ranged from

be a gift of more than $2,000,000a the rate for desk phones being a cussed in the afternoon session of $300 to $400 each.

Kiwanis Club To year to that republic," said Pep- little higher. the conference, include the Hooker's Point also did consider-

,. per, continuing his argument. Florida program for new'j able building, the biggest investment

: : Hold Meeting ToniteThe "1 didn't know that the state of JJS.r.: II. LAMER ENTERTAINS instruction, library needs, a being made by B. E. Nail with

the treasury could warrant our WEDNESDAY' BRIDGE CLUB wide testing program, the small j nine 4-room houses costing $4,500for

I playing loose with even this amountof class problem, remedial reading in the nine. John Elmore con-

Kiwanis Club, which usual- money at present. 1Irs.V.. H. Lanier entertainedthe junior high school, physicial edu- structed four three-room frame

t ly meets on Wednesday evening,' "We feel strongly about this in Wednesday Afternoon Bridge cation plans, and new courses ot I homes at a cost of"$1,500, Jas. Hen-

will meet tonight (Friday) at the Florida. We are heartily in favor Club at her home this week. All. study and new textbooks.WF.BIi'I ry built a three-room house for

Clewiston Inn the date being POf t- of our present good-will policy regarding prizes were pieces of Fostoria In $400, J. R. lUcks a small 2-room

poned in order that Earnest Met- our neighbors to the south the Early American pattern.. Mrs. Xn fiUESTSMrs. house for $200, Mrs. Freely's new

calfe, new Lieut., Gov., of Kiwanis! but it should not be carried to the Keathley Bowden won high score, rooming house cost $1,500, and C.

may be present for the installation point of denying Florida right to Mrs. H. R. Hall cut and Mrs. J. W. Quitman Phillips, Oklahoma J. Pouncey's filling station and

i' of officers. : produce a commodity for the bene- Ezelle low. City, and Miss Blanche McDonald, home cost a total of $1,500.All .
I ( The meeting will be a ladies fit of Cuba or any other nation. Salad, sandwiches and coffee were Mobile, were week-end guests of of the above construction

I i ;" 'night affair and a special musical "Some say Cuban sugar scales I served by Mrs. Lanier to Mrs. Dave !Mr. and Mrs. "'. H. Lanier. On combined makes the figure arrivedat

''program has been arranged. ; here increase the island's purchasing Alston, Mrs. Bowden, Mrs. Ezelle, Sunday Mr. and Mrs.! Lanier and in the report but under con-

I. \ power for other American com I Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Leslie Miller, M.rs. their guests* spent the day sight- struction at this time are a $2,500

] J. E: Beardsley left Tuesday tcv modities. Why not reverse the ar- I. M. Pafford, Mrs. T. B. Shelley seeing in Palm Beach and vicinity residence for Dean King, a $7,50Q

1 ..*''..,'VaShington, where he has gone on gument? There is a yawning market] Mrs.' G. B. Thomas and Mrs, C. J. and on Monday Mrs. Lanier accompanied Standard filling station, a $10,000

I .business asa member of the E<'- In this country for farm Implements Lovvorn who joined the playersfor the visitors to Miami for the Townsite hospital and other build-

\ erl lades Drainage District board./ '(Continued on page 8) tea. day. (Continued on page' 8)

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Weekly News AnalysisFarleyGarnerHull \ .


Alliance M

FARM I[ like'to vtdk down .

,* Who's Simple Simon? Arises to Plague White HouseBy TOPICS crowded streets -"-'

In Royal Atmosphere VhereV ., every ftLce.brings ,::,:<.:(

Cooper as Gen. John? Joseph W. La Bine fresh surprise, J>t:, '..,

FEED COSTS"RULE And like t. wirelessI :
The remedy: Regulation of all ::
EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are forms of transportation by (1) the IN DAIRY PROFITS ttke I'
UT-- expressed in these columns they are thoseof I
the news analyst and not necessarily ofLthe interstate commerce commission, The messt..ge5 From ;
newspaper. which would fix rates :
regulate serv- : r;
people.s to: :/i"
short, "Mother Goose Goes to ices, valuation and accounting; and Production Expense Is Not eye.s.f\ CANN" ,1.,,: "':/,.':

Hollywood," you'll have a lot, White HouseAs (2) an independent transportationboard Down.By
Easily Brought .
which would handle all other
of fun guessing the identity of chief of the Works Progress regulations. Also recommended is <;S

the main characters. For administration Harry Hopkins has a federal transportation court to C. S. Rhode of the Dairy Department, ';' .'
University of I11lnots.-WNU Service.
Disney has caricatured Film- spent more money than any pre- handle reorganization plans.In .
A higher net return from the dairy '
dom's. greatest as Simple Simon, vious U. S. citizen, yet that was addition, the committee offered herd is in store for many'dairymenif : : /{,
and other famousI precisely what Franklin Roosevelt _
Old King Cole four other complaints which could :
they give careful attention to feed
.' ,
hired him to do. If this job as fed- be remedied by legislation. It asked ,WNU Service. ..
costs, quality of roughage supplies,
eral Santa Claus Harry Hop-
gave removal of restrictions on RFC
dairy prices and demand for dairy
kins a bad name among conservative loans to carriers repeal of the
products. It is to the producers' ad- Tj
Democrats and Republicans,
long-and-short haul rate clauses
vantage to lower production costs <
the bad name grew bigger during1938's (which prevents rails from charg- whenever possible. Many items that CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT .

e electioneering. But the cam- ing a lower rate for a long haul, enter into the cost of production, '." ', : :
paign ,expenditures committee ofTexas' than for short haul the ,
a over
such as man labor, shelter 'and in- ,, ",,.
Sen. Morris Shepard found
route in the same direction), elimi- terest investment not "
on are readily
Harry Hopkins generally blamelessof nation of low rates for government adjusted downward. However, the 'A

using WPA funds for political freight, and, discontinuation of gov- cost of feed which is the largest sin- ,1

purposes. ernment-operated barge. es. gle item of expense may be twiceas ,
Considered spendthrifty REMEDYRELIEF
a scape- carriers want less red, much
Briefly, on some farms as on oth-
Mr. Hopkins is to U. S. busi- '
grace tape and more efficient government ers. The kind of cows kept has a for Eczema or Athlete's Foot.! '
what public executioner is to
ness a regulation over their industry. lot to do with low production costs, Money back.If not satisfied. Use Burch-
a pious churchman. With this rep- field's Lotion. Large package Drug'.
Against President Roosevelt's prob- but the ration and the
way cows Stores or $1 prepaid.BURCHFLELD .
utation it is therefore consideredbad
able approval of the general pro- are fed' can not be overlooked.It 2330 Olive, ST. LOUIS. ,
<-- taste and bad political judg- ,
l.. .o'b.;
gram, observers stack Montana'sSen. is an easy matter to determinethe
ment for President Roosevelt to
Burton K. Wheeler, interstate amount and kind of purchasedfeed '
WALT DISNEY name Mr. Hopkins secretary of ,
commerce committee chairman. required. Those who follow -
commerce. Regardless of Gen.ulronpants" ::, -: "
I tlUrsery rhyme favorites-and in Hugh S. Johnson's opin- such a procedure usually feed good ANT POWDER. Non-poisonous to humans r' /,.'
DefenseThe rations at the lowest cost and find and pets. Sizes; SOc to S5.00. AMECO 61 -:t-
instance the is
nearly every casting ion that Mr. Hopkins will be the Vernon Street, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. "' .'
perfect. satisfaction of U. S. speech- radical, expensive changes unnecessary ,

rWhenever makers from denouncing Nazi Ger- .
he wants to, Reginald many is equalled only by Nazi Ger- Low prices for farm grains and ELECTRIC RAZOR '

Denny may visit at White Lodge, many's satisfaction in making re adequate supplies of both roughageand'grain'

which was the girlhood home of ply. Yet each outburst and retort indicate the advisability of rR SEND NO MONEY ,
using farm grains extensively in the EE ELGIN ELECTRIC RAZOR "'.-' rS
Queen Mary of England, and where invites wider rupture of the already
the duke of Windsor was born. The strained German-American diplo- dairy ration and keeping feed pur- Sent Post Paid on 10 Days Trial Our t. '::'.'". : '
chases Expense.Elginisone of the best razors on ; ,:
to a minimum. On ;,
home of British royalty for 200 matic relations, started'during No- many the market for a quick, clean, smooth, '
years, it is the house to which the vember when each nation withdrewits farms where cream is sold and dry shave. Circular sent on request. -',

present king, when he was duke of ambassador over the Jewish per- where plenty'of high quality legume Order this Outstanding Value ;, :-

York, took'his bride. White Lodge secution issue. Returning from Eu- hay, corn and oats are available, a GENERAL SPECIALTY CO. rice SI OQ '. ?F(
Box 659 Nashville,Tenn. .
has been leased by, Mrs. Reynolds rope just as protests and replies grain mixture of equal parts of corn

Albertini, who is Denny's sister. were charging from Berlin to Wash- and oats fed according to produc- ,
Barbara tion with all the good hay the cows .'
Denny, ington and back, Illinois' Sen. J. ,
daughter of the famous Reginald, Hamilton Lewis commented that the'' want has much to commend it. Medicated Fog ;

is getting to be a big girl now. She U. S. must stop its "hate wave" Under most conditions dairymenwill There are 14 accredited meth- ::,.
is breaking into the movies by being wish to add some high protein .1:
against European dictatorship, must ods of making fog for film pro- :
stand-in for Heather Angel. instead substitute peace through* supplement to farm grains. Soy- ductions. The latest and best is

Jack Holt's ,son is also getting conciliation and conference. bean oilmeal, cottonseed meal and made by forcing a light and hot I,
somewhere in pictures. RKO has soybeans are among the cheapest .
medicated oil nozzle '
What prompted, Mr. Lewis', state- through a un- "
jhst signed him to a long-term con- ment was the remark a week'earlier, sources of protein and will probably der 75 pounds of pressure. The ,.. v" .
tract. His most recent pictures are continue to be throughout the win- heat and break .the + -' ,
by Secretary of the Interior HaroldS. ter. pressure up .> <
:Westerns, but 'he's not worrying '' oil send it forth mist which r .
the that as a
P ,Ickes, to effect' Henry ,
1'Sh' R 4
Balancing grain mixture to
about being typed, as he did well floats in the air in exact
fYav Ford and Col. Charles A. Lindbergh imita-- ,
fit the available is wise .
jn such pictures as "Gold Is Where a '
tion of
Yk should be ashamed to "accept a
: practice.' If the available
You Find It" and "Stella Dallas"before roughage
decoration at the hand of brutal
he took to the 'wild West. supply consists only of good legume
dictator (Hitler), who with the same the
hay mixture
grain should
:E-- POLITICIAN FARLEY hand, is robbing and torturing thou- tain 10 to 12 per cent total protein.If con-. Three Days'Cough ; -

It begins to look as if Gary Cooper lie watched for a iveathervane. sands of human beings." Result wasa the roughage is partly legumeand :

would never escape from playing German protest, followed by the partly non-legume the grain Your DangerSignal r'
historical characters, once he be- best commerce secretary ever, po- state department's refusal to apolo- mixture should contain 12 to 15 No matter how many medicines ,
gins. At present he's making "The litical observers think the appoint- gize. This latter action was con- cent total per- you have tried for your common ,
Last Frontier," but before long he'll ment foreshadows a serious, perma- trasted with the hasty apology ,last protein. With 'a non- cough, chest cold, or bronchial irrii '
legume, a grain mixture of 15. to 18 '
relief with
nent rift between Rooseveltian tation, you may get now f
be playing Abraham Lincoln; he'shad spring when New York's Mayor Fi- '
per cent total protein is recommended. Creomulsion. Serious trouble may ?:
Democrats Solicitor Gen-
photographs made, in make-up, (Hopkins, orella LaGuardia similarly cursed Unless the hay is of high qual- be brewing and you cannot afford '
and is delighted with the idea of eral Jackson, Interior Secretary Nazidom. Its significance: That the the to take a chance with any remedy
playing the Great Emancipator, (and Ickes, Brain Truster Corcoran) and U. S. has decided to handle Adolf ity, percentage of protein in the less potent than Creomulsion,whicH
grain mixture should approximatethe the seat of the trouble
should be better at it than the other middle-of-the-road Democrats (Vice Hitler with boxing gloves, not kid larger amounts suggested. goes and aids right nature to soothe and heal
movie actors who will probably President Garner, Postmaster Gen-
gloves. When large amounts of the inflamed mucous membranes ;" ,
tackle it). eral Farley, Secretary of State Such a revolutionary diplomatic and to loosen and expel germ-;
used and the grain mixture Is ,
Meanwhile General John, about to Hull). laden phlegm. l
stand requires military-naval back- made up largely of. 'farm grains, Even if other remedies have faileddon't 1
write his is A month when Homer S.
said to
autobiography, ago, '
it is recommended one and / be discouraged, try Creomul- "
have stated that he'd like to see Cummings retired as attorney gen- one-half to two- pounds of special sion. Your druggist is authorized to I \
Cooper in the role of the hero if it eral, Chairman Farley warned that refund your money if you are not ",

is screened. As there is little, if his potent political organizationwould steamed bone meal be added to 'thoroughly satisfied with the bene- ,.,;
each 100 of "
pounds grain mixture/ fits obtained. Creomulsion is one
any, resemblance between them, it be swung to one side or an- it that the ':
Similar amounts of salt may be word,ask for plainly, see _' '
must be that the General has always other, depending on who was namedto added. name on the bottle is Creomulsion. :: t

longed to look like a long-leg- succeed Mr. Cummings. By The of and you'll get the genuine product '\ :, :,',-,
possibility culling the lower
ged cowboy. choosing Solicitor General Bob Jack- and the relief you want. Adv..) S ,
producers from the herd as an aid .._;,,0-:'
--?: President'Roosevelt
son, would
in lowering production costs is
Lessons in government are to be show left-wing tendencies and there- ( worthy of consideration. This moveon Unwelcome Advice ; ." '':':\

made easy if other producers follow by lose Farley support. As it 'hap- the part of dairymen would be Advice is seldom welcome; and ,. '. >

the example set by Warner pened, the commerce vacancy'ap- ; L4F doubly valuable under conditions those who want it the,most always :,',
Brothers. They're ,starring Pat peared and was filled before Mr. .
record supplies and heavy produc like it the least.-Chesterfield.H .
O'Brien in a series of two-reelers Roosevelt got around to the attorney tion. '.

on "What the Constitution Means to generalship, so this post becamethe < I ;

You. weathervane. Mr. Farley's cur- F
Water Increases Profit
You might put Nancy Kelly downon rent opinion: That President Roose-

your list of youngsters who will velt, by naming Mr. Hopkins, is From the Poultry FlockA

be top-notchers in' the movies by boosting him for the presidency ,in 14 '
suggestion to increase winter
the time another 1940 that Bob Jackson the ,,\...
year has passed. ; alter-
poultry profits-when the price of '
L .
She's set for the only good femininerole native for 1940, will be named at- Ar ,,
eggs is at its, peak-is offered by
in "Stanley and Livingstone" torney general; that some New the Michigan State college poultry

,(at least, that's what this film of Dealer, like Michigan's ex-Gov. department.

Darkest Africa is called now, but Frank Murphy, may get a Supreme Insure the laying ,flock of having 1 Are Dependable
surely it will be changed) and as court post. If this happensandthe
plenty drinking water maintainedat Blackmail's Medicated LIck-A-Btik
that will be of Twentieth-Cen- wind is in ADMIRAL BLOCH :
one now blowing that di- approximately 50 degrees Fahr- y .Blackman's Stock Powder BH ,4
tury-Fox's big numbers of 1939, her rection, Farley, Hull, Garner, et al Purposes, announced and otherwise. enheit. The poultryman has his .Blackman's Cow Tonic ;;
being chosen for the part is signifi- will bolt 'from the 'N ew Deal.If choice of P Blackman's Hog Powder II|
cant., these men bolt, there is a possi- ing. Last fall, when the European purchasing a factory-made .Blackmail's Poultry Powder .
,,-' threat first became imminent Pres- thermostatically controlled heater, Blackman's Poultry Tablets M
----.-- bility that either 69-year-old Mr. DJ
ident Roosevelt' hinted at the desir- or with a few scraps of lumber, a Blackmail's Lice Powder ;
Another young girl who is rapidly Garner or 67-year-old Mr. Hull will refrigerator
of to pan or'crock; an elec- HIGHEST QUALTry-lOWEST COST g I
ability a two-ocean give gj
I head a presidential ticket in 1940
carving out a career for herself is tric light socket and a 50-watt light ,
Eastern seacoast protectionnow
Jane Warren, whom you've heard with Farley as running mate. our
bulb he construct
can service-
onthe enjoyed at our back door. At 0 i OR YOUR MONEY BACK B
Rudy Vallee hour. Rudy likes' able heater.A .
the same time he suggested the ..BUY FROM YOUR
her voice-or she wouldn't be on the TransportationLast U. S. might enlarge its defense pro- container holding from two tc DEALER'r
program-but thinks that the most
three gallons of water and heated bya
autumn President Roosevelt's to the entire West-
gram encompass
amazing thing about her is the fact
railroad fact-finding committee 50-watt light bulb will supply suf- B STOCKMEDICINECO.BThe
ern hemisphere. ,
that she had had only about 15
ficient water for 100 birds and has .
months of vocal instruction, and ruled against a wage cut to help Eastward from the Pacific came been' successful in houses :_= :-.:_rCHAT1'AlOOG c'J'ENN, ; -- :
practices only 30 minutes a day. At 'sorely pressed carriers on the the entire fleet (except a small sub- laying under

present she is taking three lessons a ground that its benefits would be marine and destroyer squadron at average winter conditions.

week, and working hard at Hollywood only temporary. But this did not Honolulu),. led, from the battleshipNew Wise TravelerA
I minimize the problem of Mexico Admiral Claude 'Feed for SwineAn
high school, where she is a high oper- by O. wise traveler never despiseshis
sophomore. ating costs vs. low income, and the Bloch., adequate mineral mixture ,own country.-Goldoni. 5

----" President agreed to ask congres- The announced purpose: "Te afford should be used with whatever rationis
sional consideration for any readjustment the maximum amount of fleet fed swine. Satisfactory and com-

ODDS AND ENDS-Nan Wyn, CBS program railway man- training, training of personnel and inonly used mineral mixtures, according '

songstress that, is she's such a ping pong enthusiast agement and labor might offer. tests of material." Added, un- to an authority in Hoard'sDairyman GOOD .;tH
a tournament
open only to girls who are connected Therefore, just as congress pre- announced purposes: (1) To focusU. are: (1) 2 parts pul-, DRUG \ .
with radio Neal Hopkins, pared to open, a six-man committee S. attention on naval re verized limestone, 2 parts steamed STORESStale

who writes MBS's "Two on a Shoe offered its plan, indirectly laying quirements while congress is debating bone meal, and 1 part common salt;' LARGE ,?yes ..1Stso

string says that an intelligent blind part of the responsibility at the armament appropriations; (2) 2 parts steamed bone meal, 2

person is the best critic a radio authorcan President's own doorstep. The com- (2) to stage a show for the benefit parts superphosphate, and 1 part 1.

have Hopkins knows; he usedto mittee's explanation of rail trou-, 'of any ambitious European dictator common salt;' ((3) 2 parts wood WALL f '

be in charge of production of record. bles: (1) government's favoritismto who might be watching; (3) to court ashes, 1 part; air-slaked lime,' and 4

Arlen's ed classics for the blind Richard competitors, such as barge lines; Latin-American friendship by show- 'I part common'' salt; (4).2 parts Birirlgs hssedReliel' qy

year for going Universal.to make six pictures a (2) lack of centralized transportation ing how Uncle Sam's battlewagonswould limestone dust, 2 parts wood ashes, j



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with more than its usual quota of world and WHAT ? 1 :.
problems a session which will 11,
congress opens, -

IIIFaced far into the summer months. Picture Parade I

glimpse of the work at hand. j

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r'IJ.v .f1M' w I Expectant this may well be obtained from,
': LABOR-Charging that the national ; eggs, dried fruits, whole grain cereals -
i j.. DEFENSE To guard against I Mother. Some General Rules for Wise and .
leafy vegetables.It
what he considers a threat from labor relations act as now green
aggressor nations, President ; constituted is unfair to employers Eating at This Important Time has been found that the thyroid
gland is unusually active in the
Roosevelt favors throwing a defensive # congressmen will seek re- By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS expectant mother. And in those
around the entire visions... Two proposed amend-
ring sections of.the country where the
both here and
ments would (1) require employers :writers and sociologists,
Western hemisphere. The war DISTINGUISHED drinking water and soil are de-
department wants a greatly en- to ask for labor board themselves in recent years with ficient 'in iodine, physicians frequently -

: larged air force. Also planned is elections and (2) permit review the writing of a Children's Charter and a: Baby's Bill of recommend the use of

industrial mobilization. 'by the courts of findings of the Rights. These efforts >are commendable because they dem- some food such as iodized 'salt.

, .. ___ labor board. onstrate forward-looking. attitude a genuine attempt to Adequate Bulk or Cellulose

'L' --...----....-......--.----..,-......--.-...-- better the lot of the next generation. Indeed, they representa It,is most desirable that enough
: Krr7 K T ?.T ?; '
: x be
foods included in
:Fa ? ) >':k givf r4wg r bulky the diet
d. % '
s, '' r'wH s < y3b :"'tn:'r4x i concerted effort to do for< to help maintain regular health

JYjM ,t'.j,0 ,, i children in what
:r y the entire period the baby grows habits.
4'pyy ? "; 1 fil 'o"k4i
y k} mothers have always tried to tremendously, even though almost This requirement should be taken
R r \\V r do individually for their own half of the weight of the new-born ,care of automatically if gener-

children. child is added during the final ous amounts of fruits, vegetablesand
two months before birth. whole grain cereals are con-
Before a Baby 1 Is Born, Recent investigations also indi- sumed. For in addition to their

But not every mother, realizes cate that the prospective motheris minerals and vitamins, all these
' What all nutritionists know-that best able to maintain her nutritional foods likewise supply bulk which
to a not inconsiderable reserve if the amount' of aids in promoting regularity.The .

degree, the protein in her diet is carefully wide use of fruits and vegetables -
)s AAGRICULTURE very foundations of calculated. It is desirable like- will also,help to build up a
good health for the wise that the protein be of the liberal alkaline reserve, which
child are laid down highest quality. helps to safeguard health duringthe

before he is born. Milk is',even more important in period of gestation.If .
I For it has been the diet of the expectant mother all these factors are taken

___ ... well said that good than in that of other adults-not into consideration, the expectant
r' < <>-'
nutrition for the in- only for its protein, but becauseof mother will not only help to pre-

TAXES-Secretary of the Treas- fant begins with its minerals and vitamins. Asa serve her own health, but will take
, Secretary of good nutrition for rule, the expectant mother constructive measures to give her
,f" ury Henry Morgenthau's budget Agriculture Henry A. Wallace the mother. should take of milk the of sound startin
a'quart a day, baby blessings a
rc ;:':., will possibly be smaller
'? requests may ask congress to approve his Unfortunately, whereas the usual diet for adults life. Then as' the healthy, con-
''l.\:>, for the fiscal year starting next "two-price" plan for domestic many people, even calls for a pint of milk daily. tented infant grows into the
I' ), .,: June. Seriously considered as a in this enlightened still clingto
; -'I subsidies, whereby surplus American age Minerals and VitaminsIn healthy, 'happy, active toddler,
new revenue source is reduction agricultural products wouldbe superstition and old wives' tales addition and later becomes the healthy,
requiring proteinto
I f income tax exemptions for I when it. comes to choosing the well-adjusted school boy, the
sold loiver-than-standard
!\S' at a help build tissue for her baby,
i/: .... single persons from $1,000 to price to needy families. A gen- proper months foods before for a baby those is important born. the expectant mother, must havea mother can indeed be proud of
her handiwork!
$500, and for married amount of minerals.
F3. :. persons eral farm revolt is expected over Some Common FallaciesAs generous
from $2,500 to $1,000. Calcium and phosphorus are required -
I >:;'>, acreage reduction plans. a, result, some expectant '
I 6 : ..H,.. ,.arogyroyy yMca.M mothers overeat, frequently of the .especially for the forma- I Questions AnsweredMiss I
n tion of the baby's bones and teeth.
L r J rR wrong, kinds of food; others do
Construction begins on all the
not take enough of the foods that
are required to maintain top teeth before birth, and at birth, all E, D. M.-Yes, in most of
20 of the first set are completely the foods vitamin G
health for the mother and build containing ,
iW-. y jy the baby's body soundly; while calcified within the jaw. this vitamin is associated with vi-
still another group believes such Besides providing the necessary tamin B. White of egg is the only
l r ft&b, 2YK antiquated notions as the idea thata minerals to help construct bones food in which it is definitely knownto
and teeth it is also important to
woman may eat whatever she date that vitamin G occurs
include in the prospective moth-
without vitamin B.
"craves" during this period.In .
view of the fact that recentnutrition er's diet an adequate supply of Mrs. S. D. L.-It is true that
work has given us more vitamins. Vitamin D is essentialif nuts furnish protein similar in
the calcium and phosphorus are to that found in cream
knowledge than ever before of how quantity ,
and what the expectant mother to.be utilized properly, and it has and top milk. Nutritionists do not

5 should eat, dietetic errors during: also been indicated that vitaminsA agree, however, that the protein '
this period are particularly deplor- and C are likewise most impor- is the complete equal of milk pro-
able. tant at this time. tein in quality.
Themineral iron is also ,re- -WNU-C.. Houston GoudIss-1939--44.
Building Better'

Every expectant mother shouldbe

n.. under the care of a, physician,

IMMIGRATION( Because Germany PENSIONS -Although the November and usually he gives specific ad- I A Colorful Jiffy Afghan I I

: "', is persecuting Jews, 'somefi elections saw defeat of vice concerning- the foods that
be eaten and those that might I
:; :. congressmen will ask a partial unorthodox pension may
many pro-
better be avoided. But
,tf' lifting of American immigration not! Make this treas-
-> posals, many congressmen were woman will be a better mother are used or '
: restrictions. This plan .is .- ure afghan. Pattern 1724 contains -
op- elected with the backing of such if she understands something of "
posed by Senator Borah, among groups as that formed by Dr. the functions and fate of foods, directions for afghan and pillow;
others, on the theory that an in- Francis E. Townsend, above. The with particular reference to this illustrations of afghan and
flux of new population would original Townsend proposal calls ,period. stitches; materials required detailof ; color -

;, only add to America's unemployment for $200-a-month pensions, but Don't Overeat afghan.schemes; photograph of _

problem. Generally speaking, the same
a modified version is expected. 'a"ii
( coins
1 Send 15 cents in stamps or
foods that for well-
..... are required a f'1
--yLJ'-NMYMn-- balanced diet under ordinary cir 4 -y (coins preferred) for this patternto

cumstances are the ones that will The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft
Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New
best serve the needs of mother, i .
.r HORf4n-KBuY liwMlc and child during ,the months be- { York, N. Y.
*I1 ; gar t artsrrs: <. Please write your name, ad-
ppaElJ.lli fore a baby is born. There are, .
raus 'ro,,
Wt $< : .: OU t1UZ ?tF 7Rf J c 4 t o r, 7vs however, certain modifications of : : Ss'j dress and pattern number plainly.
(1 i ,m,' 1 n vEitirt l lSFMt the diet that may well be taken-
s r Y l d 4Y4A into consideration.First .

a word about the amountof UIISTIDN
food consumed: It is not neces-

I 1 ii sary to eat more than is requiredto Q.: You never seem to have
( satisfy the normal appetite, in
1 '
/ a cold, Ethel.
; / / the belief that large quantities of "i
.... "I y %. // : ( additional food are needed. Nutritionists 't '
A y /?: : 'i% }
: .f. fI< have demonstrated that .
:'f:' ': > > '
AF 0; f'q; :.:) the energy requirements of the NSWER
.'.' J; expectant mother increase only '. Irk Pcrbaps I'm j just lucky.Butt
::1" during the last three months of :. I always use Ludcn's at the
,jM ,. 1. gestation. Thus, it is not neces- first sign.They contain an
.r1M Lm; -*,,, -:/ ,. L / :J! take for the first few months,
CHAIN STORES-Texas' Con- RELIEF-Originated by Demo- though toward the end of the pe- Get out your wool scraps and S
gressman Wright Patman ivill in- crats but claiming Republican riod a gradual increase in caloric put them to work in this afghan.It's .

, troduce his bill to tax chain support, a measure will probably intake may be made under the worked in strips-done with a MENTHOL COUGH DROPS
stores out of existence. ,But the be introduced to return administration direction of the physician. It is large hook and quick whether to make,
it's saving of wool scraps
bill is confronted with mounting of relief to stales, where advisable, however, to emphasizethat I I
public opposition from such" bi-partisan boards will be in the character of the additional Only=

ti groups as the American Federa charge. Enlarged defense appropriations amount food,consumed should always, as well be as taken the With Great Aims GOOD MERCHANDISECan

4 tion of Labor, National Association ,- together with the into consideration. Great spirits are not those who

of Real Estate boards, farm predicted upswing in business, Building Materials have fewer passions and greater CONSISTENTLY Advertise

.Ii:>. and consumer groups, who be-, may preclude a 'repetition of the It is important to pay special virtue than ordinary men, but Be
lieve it would cut the farmer's large relief appropriations which attention to the amount and kind only those who have the greatest O BUY ADVERTISED GOODS, O..JII

market 30 per cent, raise living congress has made every year of protein that is eaten, since over aims.,-La Rochefoucauld.
costs, increase unemployment. since the New Deal began.

FRIDAY, .TANTTARY 0, 1930' -

The Clewiston News Festival at Winter Haven, which ful and pleasant vacation. Mr. Her gold James"C"Winn's ,were Owen Munselle Winn, Morris Stone,\Violet Zena Bell Bethea Pullen, Renee, Mary Wethington Johnson,. J '
with the neces-
small local affair and ring impressed us
began as a June Hooker, Bar-
Bill Owen. Julia Oglesby,
Ford, Thomas Waldron, \
state-wide for immediately beginning our V' ,
i has grown to a great sity I bara Broadfoot, Anne Pafford, Al-
second only to the Flor- work in earnest when he announced Coach Homer Wakefield then explained '
Published. every Friday in Clewiston, I exposition ma Anglin, Elizabeth Winn, Thelma
Florida, by the CI/BWISTON NEWS, ida State Fair, although entirely i that mid-term examinations are that the sweaters were pre- Edna Leiter, Louise Roath.
Inc. different in character.The scheduled for next week. There are sented only to the senior membersand '
no exemptions from examinations that gold "C" 's were being and Mauryne Prewitt.
be the
1939 festival will -Dick Owen, Sports Editor. ,
KEATIILEY BOWDEX Editor greatest citrus exposition ever stag except for senior students whose presented to very member of the ,
is B or better. football squad who had kept train-
ed. For months skilled. artisans have average MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION
Entered as second class mail matlH been busy constructing new, mod- During the holidays desks and ing and had practiced with the team MEETS IN CLEWISTOX
February 1, 1927. at the Post Office In' I exhibit and decorative featuresin ,tops were renovated and present a throughout the entire season. Those J I
Clewiston, Florida under the Act or: ern Dick Pat-
much improved surface. receiving the letters were
March 3, 1897.Subscription. ,lighting and decorating effects. (Moore Haven Democrat)
I Ed VonMach, Harry Vaughn, Association .
New improved types of exposition terson The Everglades Ministerial: '

Per Year. i buildings will house the gorgeous LIBRARY INCREASED Sam Lang, J. B. Brantley TT,__'Bill___ will meet in Clewiston on
Rate $2.00
displays of fruit and citrus productsof Eighteen new volumes of fiction Davis, Carol Reddish, J. D. nUUKta'I''Tuesday morning at eleven o'clockat

AdrertlMmr Rates!! On Application. the state's leading packers and were received during the holidaysand Hervey Bourne, Leroy the Baptist church, Rev. Mines

shippers.Not placed on the library shelve: Jimmy Holland. Coach also presented being the host pastor. We are look-
for the opening of school. During .a letter to C. E.: Miner, attendance of
and welfare splendid
Devoted to the advancement content to simply show or- ing for a
of Clewiston and Hcndry County and grapefruit juice In con- the first day all except three were I I school board member from th'isi the ministers from the Canal Point -
ange taken out for reading by students, .i district who had been a loyal sup- Moore Haven churches.
tainers, Al Shaffer is planning to to r
who evidently appreciated these new porter of the team this year. I
knock the goggle-eyed winter visItors '
,CLEW'ISTON PROGRESSThe for a double loop wIth'au books. All of them are first-class Mr. Miner presented a ticket to l
I fiction, some are with travel, adventure Bowl to Munselle
actual liver of pure juice and a the Orange game
the ,. aviation, sports and other and another :which
cold figures showing gigantic I citrus fountain that will : Stone, captain,
amount of new construction in Clew spout Nature's greatest health backgrounds.These was given to Hervey Bourne. All

iston, postal receipts, bank condi drink high in the air to fall in are the titles: boys on the squad drew for the

tions and such items prove more whirling sprays and cascades, illum- A Southern Harvest, by Pen War second ticket and Hervey, who drew

conclusively than any argument the inated by new fluroescent Strobe- last, held the lucky number. and I

extent of Clewiston's growth dur lite, and the newly discovered adapt- ren.With Sword and Song, by MelrichV. received the ticket.

ing 'the past year or eighteer ation of the' ultra violet 'ray or Rosenberg. Those attending the barbecuewere

months. Even the average citizer "black light" developed by the The Magic Clothespin, by Maud J. D. Hooker, Owen Winn,

of Clewiston will be surprised bj' Westinghouse company. This: amaz- Duggon Lynch. Harry Vaughn, Morris Ford, Owen t

some of these figures. ing fountain, the first .of the kind The Rolling World, by Hallet. Wynn, Carol Reddish, Dickey Pat-

The best part is that this development ever produced, will be the last wordin Benjamin Franklin, (Autobiography terson, Sam Lang, James Winn,

is steady and substantial,, animated illumination. ) Kleber Hall. Munselle Stone, Billy Davis, Her-

the kind that comes with a perm Visitors to the, festival this year The Luck of Roaring Camp, by vey Bourne, Jimmy Holland, Bill

anent industry and will continue as will find an entirely new and ornate Bret Harte. Owen, Ed VonMach, Thomas Wald-

long as that industry. continues to entrance designed by Harry Bierce, North"After Seals, by Thames ron, J. B .Brantley, James Lolly, The Lost is Found

develop.We vast quantities of citrus fruit will Williamson. LeRoy Hare, Misses Margaret Von-

may hit a stumbling block be' used, in its construction and de Lee, The American, by Gamaliel Mach,' Mary Johnson, Lee :Pridgen,: \ By Our Want Ads
this year: in the avowed intentionof ratiWIth fresh fruit, plentiful, Bradford. Billie Hooker, June Hooker, Renee '
the Agricultural Adjustment Administration I Greentree Downs, by I. M. Ross. Wethington, Julia Ann Oglesby, When you lose 'n'advertise k ,

to force a decrease of Knight of the Air, by Malcolm Gaudy Waters, Betty Bailey and They Don't Stay Lost

twenty-five per cent in'the sugarcane l Governor Fred P. Cone has desig- Taylor. Runelle McGehee, and W. C. Owen',
Calico, by Ethel Calvert Phillips. 'and Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Ed ,
acreage. Such a thing will nated the week of the Florida Or- Mr. Long"I

of course, make a big difference in ange Festival, January 23 to 28, I The Rise of Silas Lapham, by Ward, Coburn Moore, Robert W'ake-\\ i

the business here and in the sur- "Florida Citrus Week" and has call- i William Dean Howells. I field, Pat McGehee, Bobby Broad-\
but I With the Indians in the Rockies, foot, Nicky Schiffli, Coach Wake- I
rounding areas next season ed upon all citizens to exert every .
there is still a possibility that the effort to further the best interestsof I by James Willard Schultz. I field, C. E. Miner, B. E. Herring, '
Poems for Modern Youth, by Lillie Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. Homer 1
new Congress will take a more the state's major agricultural Good FarmLand 1

kindly attitude toward Florida pro- product, during this period.It and Benet. Plaisted I I Wakefield, Jack Moorman, Dick

ducers and discard the present un- is estimated that a million or Short Plays. by James I Owen, Elbert Stewart, George Augur t ;

just act. more tourists will be within the Webber. George Smith and Mr. Pollard. '
Summer, by \ ;
Ann's Surprising
But; whether the sugar act is discarded state during this six day period and i < ,
or not the belief in the all of them should be urged to Marjorie Hill SPORTS NEWS 1'I
Agent, by Woodworth 'I
future of Clewiston is strong enough attend the festival for no one can Apache Among those of the student body I
for Rent
that no one even considers but I view the marvelous exhibits and Glum. Road Robert S. who attended the Orange Bowl 1
The Crimson by
what in a couple of years at the learn of this great industry with- game in Miami on January 2nd (

most these quota restrictions wi'.l out becoming enthusiastic boostersfor Playfair. were Munselle Stone, 'captain of our

be removed and progress will be Florida and Florida citrus. football team; Bill Owen, Hervey
no longer hindered. Cooperating 100% in the state- FOOTBALL highlights of the vacation Bourne, who 'won the ticket giv- IIJ --

wide effort of Burton H. Schoepf to for the football boys was en by Mr. Miner, in a drawing at j
FRIDAY IS ARBOR DAY establish a uniform price of 5c a period the football barbecue, Dick Pat- :
them in lieu
: the barbecue given
glass for orange and grapefruit At- this terson, Martha Nell Alston, Dick
Next Friday, January 13th, is juice, festival officials state that of the customary and banquet.letters for athletic Owen and perhaps others whose Trespassers .

Arbor Day, and is a splendid time jumbo glasses of fresh juice' from event participation sweaters were awarded.The names were not learned. It' was a Will Be ,:" \ C/ .
for the turning of thought to the tree ripened 'oranges and grape wonderful game with a lot of
barbecue was held on the
conservation of our natural resources. fruit will be available throughout' south of 'V idden's Service roughing on both sides. As you pos- ProsecutedClewiston
Although Arbor Day was orig- the grounds featured at the nickle prairie sibly already know the final score
The crowd included members -
inally set aside for the plantingof price. Station. was 17-0 with the Vols on the
of the football squad,
trees, and this should occupy Each the Florida Orange long end.Basketball. ..
year Home EC girls, who served the it> .....
first attention still, it brings to
Festival attracts widespread atten-
dinner, the cheer practice started Tuesday -
mind the fact that care and I
pro- tion is publicized throughoutthe weeks
and leaders and a number of invited and it is less than two
tection is needed for the trees and country in countless columnsof 'till our first game, which is with I
other natural crovtha that we already -
newspaper feature stories, with and Mrs. W. C. Hooker pre- Boca Grande over there. Since we I

have. :nation-wide radio programs, in rotogravure pared the barbecued beef, pork and started later than usual in practis ..
Florida abounds in state parks, i And
and sections of I Realty
picture than offense
pilau which were ready ,when the ing a greater defense
which are scattered over the stats magazines and other publications,,, guests assembled at 6:30. C. E. will be stressed in our first game. I

and provide places where protection and in news reels. All this favor- Miner acted as master of ceremony A list of those out for the boys DevelopluentCorpolation
is furnished for trees and wile
able publicity serves to make the ''Bill LeRoy ,
after the dinner and introduced basketball includes: Owen, -
life. A visit to of these parks;
any nation "Florida citrus conscious"and Elbert L. Stewart, who presentedthe Hare, Dick Patterson, Ed Von-

reminds us how much beauty there aid materially in creating a sweaters to the senior members Mach, J. B. Brantley, Sam Lang, ..

is in nature and how little atten better market, not only, for our of the team and to the cap- Carol Redish, Dick Owen. Those

tion servation.we customarily give to its pre- fresh fruit, but for all types of I tain, Munselle Stone. Those receiving out for girls basketball includes:

citrus products. the royal blue jerseys with Margaret VonMach, Leah Richaud,
The list of stale parks includes:: '
Each year some charming I
Highlands Hammock Park, located I
I miss is' chosen to rule over the
near Sebring. Contains 1,055
realm of citrus as Miss' Florida
acres.. Unique and unusual growth

species of semi-tropical of trees.palms Abounds and in hammock variety' Orange competition keener than Festival for ever.,that and Various coveted this Chambers year title the, is DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON HILLS ? J --

of bird and other wild life, flowers,
of Commerce and Civic Clubs
shrubs and fruits.
throughout the citrus belt send
Myakka: River State Park, located
their fairest and most talented .
between Sarasota and Arcadia. Includes t.
daughters to compete in the con-
a stretch of the river, upper
test for the selection of a queen and
Myakka Lake and all lower Myakka
her maids.
Lake. Noted for large number and

variety of waterfowl and bird life,, This year there will be a num-

palms, oaks and flowers. ber of Latin beauties sponsored by

Hillsborough River State Park,, various Latin clubs 'and Latin carnival -

located on the new highway between ,I association of Tampa, who will

Zephyhills and Tampa, contains appear in the glorious costumes of
760 acres. old Spain, and it is possible Miss
Festival of 1939 !;;
Florida Orange (
State Park
Torreya on the Apala-
chicola River, Fort Clinch State will be a "Valencia." 1 G (

Park .north of Fernandina, Gold Entertainment features' at tho GR1GA .--I II

Head Branch State Park near Key- festival this year are far superiorto taow tiu

stone Heights and Caverns State any offered in the past, with :

Park near Marianna are others,,, headline hippodrome artists each I I

any one of which will remind us afternoon and evening at the grand- .

of the beauty in natural growth. stand, and the best the world has I /

to offer in midway attractions. Everyone ..

':(":":" :":":":":":":":(":,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:, young and old, will find j
plenty to thrill and entertain themat ,

the festival, so plan now to attend CIAGE
Late To ClassifyWhenever and remember the dateFlorida .

Orange Festival, Winter Haven,

'By 'RJusell Kay January 23 to 28, 1939.

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you find a group of: .

boys 'like George Burr, Jr., Ear: SCHOOL NEWSEditor :T\

W,. Brown, Al Shaffer, George

Clements and others, with their ._._....___....._ .... Bill Owen .
heads together fixin to stage ar As 't Editor ........ J. D. Hooker 1.

exposition, believe me you can lay Sports Editor _.......__ Dick Owen .
all your chips on its being something .

a show ouf'you of: just the naturally ordinary don'i and .1 I lm! !iiiijiml n!!!!mmlmm!J!! U mJImImlmIllWllllmWmllmlilj1IIIIIIIIIIImIIIIIIWIJIi'(! ![ !! !I I!U !I!i!li! i l ii! !p l' LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES ," P"

want v to miss. 'Class s reconvened Tuesday morning -- Ii1C"1ta INCREASES POWER ;. SAVES WEAR .
Eachyear has seen wondcrfu ,' the students athering for XpW { ) I

Improvements. in the Florida Orange i. their first assembly after a delight, 1)

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:NNHHNNNN. . :NNNN. :NNN. :MHNNNNN. . :NN. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :': : : : : : evening parties given for them by
... y Mr. Williamson. '
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Invited to meet the visitors were
w Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mr. '
PERSONAL and SOCIETY *:: and Mrs. E. L. Stewart Mr. and AND IT HILL

.. .. 1 Mrs. F. M. Wright, Nancy Wright::, BE IN THE PAPER

.z.y Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Dr. and
y Mrs. D. J. W/illiams/ Mr. and Mrs.

:..:-:".-_..-.'-_.._-'.'-'..'-'..NN.. ..'-'..NMNNNNNNNNNNN.. .. '. .. '. .. .' .. .. .. .' .. ..NNN.. .. ...NNNMf .. .. .. .n.. .__.._.._.._.._...._.._.._.._...._...._...._...._...._...._...._...._.,.._,,...,.,...,.,...,...:. Grover Poole,. Mr. and Mrs. I. ",I.
Pafford Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Des- I r World's Busiest Street ? !
Mrs. Claude L. Downs left Sat- spent the holidays here with F. L. tor Glen Paronto and Mr. and Mrs.

urday for Dalton Ga., for a few Williamson who accompanied themon I F. A. Flanders of Moore Haven

days. the trip to Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anthony, Mr. t

I land Mrs. I. D. Leydig Mrs. Leah

Mr. and Mrs. H. J. 'Oglesby were BEARDSLEYS ENTERTAIN Spicer Mrs. F. W. Delozier, Miss

visitors in Fort Myers Wednesday INFORMALLY FOR CHOIR II Marion Leydig Mr. and Mrs. O. A.

: Mis. Oglesby going over for medical Jones, Mrs. C. M. Jarvis, Mrs. H.
';7 treatment. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley en- V. Briant and Miss Olive Laurenson. ,
,I". tertained informally for membersof f zs

Mrs. B. A. Bourne is recuperating the Community Choir at their :MRS. R. M. HARE ENTERTAINS

',,:: in St. Francis' Hospital Miami home Thursday evening following I WITH CHILDREN'S PARTY
choir practice.
':' Beach after a tonsillectomy on

Monday. Guests enjoying ,the evening were Mrs. R. M. Hare Jr., entertained

Mr. and Mrs...' M. M. Prewitt, Dr. with a children's party at,. her home, 5 $
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wlieeless and Mrs. F. C,' Taylor, Mr. and Monday afternoon celebrating the %

\ spent the week-end in Fort My- Mrs. J. H. Doty, Miss Marion Ley-I third birthday of her son, Ronald.

ers visiting their daughter Mrs. dig, Miss Louise Pitten, Mrs. The guests who enjoyed an afternoon -

James M. Boyd and Mr. Boyd. Blanche Turner and Mrs. Joseph I of games and the delightful -

Robbins. birthday cake and ice cream

Mr. and Mr's. F. D. Duff attended I were Gene Berry, Jo Ann Crouch,

the dedication of the newt : YOUNG WOMAN'S CLUB Carline Berner, Bobby Berner, Lin-

Fort Myers yacht basin on Mon- GIVES WERNER ROAST II da Lee, Skippy Cothern Heather

day. Guthrie, Ronald Hare, Wanda El-

Members of the Young Woman's; I more Betty Carol Flaniken Paul
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hill, Atlanta Bowden Mary Kay Pafford Betty
Club gave a weiner roast Friday evening -
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
at the home of Miss Pearl and Gloria ,McDuffie Jimmy Knight,
Cornette and family for several Brantley for Miss Eleanor Luce, who Wayne King, John Perry, Emma

days. spent the holidays here with her Jane ''Ezelle, Patsy ,Meredith Ed-

die Jo Davis, Donald Terrell Sue
Mrs. C. F. Beatty and children parents. Cornette Carol Joy Alston, LOOK at that traffic roaring by! are credited with changing the picture
:',. and Miss Eva Grantham spent the Guests included Miss Luce, Miss ;, sir, that's New York's famous from that of 1907, when only a few thou-
Schroeder Eleanor Sue Holland.
sand cars were on the country's roads, to.
week-end in with relativesand Florence Slonaker, Miss Louise Fifth Avenue, looking toward 42nd
Tampa Junior Luke, Sharon Crochet, Shari that of today, with almost 30,000,000. The
:;' '. friends. Moore, Miss, Florine Moore, Miss Street. And the lady In the stylish white
Land and George Ann Suggs. few small manufacturers of 30 years ago
shirtwaist and the little straw
-'- Virginia Jordan, Miss Evelyn Hare, snappy advertised to sell their primitive cars,
skimmer had better be careful when she
;" 7'" Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Beach of Miss Billie Johnson, Miss Pearl ; which cost around $3,000 for a "medium-
to the because know how
": "> Palm Beach were guests for' New Benson Brantley, ,John William Kettl,Martin Ed Ward, : Charles, Ar- -9 lmmllllilllmllllIIilllmmmllimlllllllllllmllllIIlIlilmlllHn !i i !!!! !!!! iri II !! !! gets those horseless corner carriage you drivers swing priced"than model.they They could created fill and a bigger so bigger demand -
-' Year week-end of Mr. and Mrs.
around the turns. With the national auto-
ff factories, increased employment and
:',", F. Deane Duff. thur Oliver Manning Keen and WITH THE mobile show approaching, Consumers constantly better automobiles resulted.

\. '". George Bestor. Information dug out this picture takenin And today we can buy an infinitely superior -
:A ;; : Miss Virginia Gallant of West Churches 1 1I 1907, to ShOW what. a difference 30 car for about one-fifth of the price,

,{. Palm ,Beach spent the week-end MR. AND MRS. RACKSTRAW: years can make. The picture below while half a million men are directly employed .-

'..... here with Mr. and Mrs.. Wm. ,Mc- I HOSTS ,AT WATCH PARTY I LlillililmlilllllilwJI IOOid shows Fifth Avenue as it is today. Ad- in the industry, compared to a
:'" Cracken. I IIII IiIIIilIIilIIIiI, Ili,ii llllIIIJI, [ !Ilhl i vertising research which which'created the the demand, and few thousand at the time this picturewas

I IJ Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rackstrawwere perfected product, I II taken.
5' "' Mrs. F. M.; Barbee and Mrs. O. C. hosts at a watch party at their :
Marshall, Mines, Pastor."T0 .
:?;::, ;, Benbow of Moore Haven were home New Year's Eve.

:;:" j' guests of friends and relatives here Included among their guests were
; Church of Friendly Distinc- }
'J. Monday.Mr. Mr,' and Mrs. G. B. Thomas Mr.
'i--,: :, tion."
and Mrs. ueorge A. Yon Mr. and

',; and Mrs. C. H. Gardner and Mrs. W. M. Bradnack,' Dr. and Mrs.J. Services every Sunday: .
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B.
;''' daughter, Jo Anne, of Daytona P. Higgins Miss Tillie, Geiger
E. Herjing, Supt.
':; Beach spent several days in Clew- and Arthur Oliver.
Morning Worship 11:00. Sermon -
iston visiting E. E. Kelley this week. ------. t
by the Pastor.B. .
Y. P. U. 6:15 m V. C.
p. ;;
Wayne Briant of Miami was the LUCE HOME THURSDAY, I' Woodward, Director.
guest during: the holidays of his -
mother, Mrs.: H. V. Briant, his his- Enjoying an informal party at Evening Preaching 7:30 p,
Sermon the Pastor. m'l
ter, Mrs. O. A. Jones and family. the home of Miss Eleanor Luce by
Midweek Service'every Wednesday
-< Thursday evening were Misses Flor- -

Mrs. C. A. Yarborough of Morgan ence Slonaker Ruth Knight, Billie at 7:30 p. m.

Ga., has been visiting Mr.. and Johnson, Pearl Brantley, Florine '
Mrs. L. C. Rosenberg and infantson Moore, Hazel Prince, Evelyn Hare, COMMUNITY: CHURCH YOUR HOME MERCHANTSASK

for several days. Mrs. Yar- I Catherine Horn and Mrs. F. C. Royal Palm Avenue
Forest C. Taylor, Minister YOU TO "BUY AT HOME"
borough is a sister of Mrs. Rosen- Taylor. .J
berg. ,Thet evening was spent in vari-i Morning worship and sermon at
eleven o'clock. Sermon subject:
ous games and :Miss Luce, assistedby i
"The Touch of the Master's Hand"Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee accompanied her mother 'Mrs. B. P. Luce, '

: their daughter, Miss :served: delightful refreshments. school every Sunday
at nine Hints to Gardenersby
Runelle, to West Palm Beach Mon- ----. morning forty-five.

day. Runelle took a bus there for MISS JULIA MARTIN HONORED Christian Endeavor meeting ,Sun-
I day evening at six., Gilbert Bentley,
/ 1,
Flower Expert 1 t
Junior Endeavor meeting Tues- / / ;
Ferry Seed Station f
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Miller and' group of ,young people gatheredat day afternoon at threethirty.The .

... children Charles, Bob Carol, and the home of Miss Kathryn Gra- Trustees of the Community d

Mr. and Mrs.. D. E. Baker and babyof ham Tuesday evening for a partyin Church will meet Monday evening I

Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs. honor of her guest Miss Julia January 9, at eight o'clock. I r y 1

Leslie Miller over. the week-end. Martin of Jacksonville.The The public is cordially invited to
worship in the Community Church. I
evening was spent in games
Miss Julia Martin returned to and dancing.The .
her home in Jacksonville Wednesday guests included Misses Julia A STUDY OF CHURCH I

evening after visiting Mr. and Martin, Roberta Spicer, Florence ATTENDANCE S

Mrs. J. J. Graham and their daugh- Graham, Lee Pridgen, Edythe Nell r
ters for several During the month of ,January
dajs. Cornette, Beulah Guthrie and Bet- Flowers For Purpose
ty Springer, Bill Owen, Dick Pat- a comparative study of the' morning 7

',:, Miss Christina Pearson and Har- terson, Louis ,Leiter, Hudson Tillery worship attendance in the commun-I delight anywhere

ry Pearson of Lake Worth, and and Dick Owen. ity Church will be made. pur- .FLOWERS.are a The following
Victor Eliassen of Atlanta, Georgia pose is to determine t.... relative Sail
suggestions, however will be help- Waiting For a
were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. CAULISI -LAJ.'UIONS number of men and women present. I ful to those persons whose flower

Forest C. Taylor Friday I l I Last Sunday the women had a garden space is limited or for those The Modem Merchant

:Miss Clarice Lammons and Don I majority of three. Already quite I who wish to grow flowers for a cer- Doesn't west for SALES
an interest has been shown in this tain reason. These gardeners ,want
Mr. and Mis. E. P. Shealey of Carlisle were married at midnight, "
friendly comparison and it is expected "flowers for a purpose. HE ADVERTISES
were guests Friday' night' Mew Year's Eve, the ceremony be- Most of us want flowers to cut.
of their neice, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad ing performed by Rev. Marshall the interest will increase as By planting packets of seed of any

and family. Mrs. Kolstad's mother, Mines at the First Baptist Church. the weeks go by during the month. three or four of the following items,

."z Mrs. H. L. Sears, returned with Preceding the ceremony ,Mrs. There was a time in some of the the gardener will have an excellent

'. .., them to her home in Shellman Ga. Manning Carter sang, I Love You churches of this country that the garden for. cutting: ,Annuals,- Antirrhinum not 011.14 SAFE
Aster, Calendula. Calliopsis ,
I .; Truly. Mrs. J. H. Doty played the men sat on one side of the build-

F. W. DeLozier and daughter, wedding march as the' bride entered ing and the women on the other. In elor Candytuft Carnation Dahlia. Annual Bach-
Button, Cosmos .
Marian DeLozier, returned to Con- with her sister, Miss Elsie Lam some cases even separate doors were Lupin, Marigold, Nasturtium, Sal rz -

nellsville, Pa., after visiting Mr. coons, who was her only attendant. provided so that the men went in piglossis and Zinnia. Perennials -

and Mrs. I. D. Leydig and familyfor They were met at the altar by at one door and the women another. Columbine, Coreopsis. Delphinium

the holidays. Mrs. DeLozier and the groom and his best man, Edgar That passed away in most localitiesand Gaillardia Grandiflora, Perennial -

baby son, Billy, remained for a Ezelle- men and women sat together. Lupin Pyrethrum (Paintsd Daisy), m
longer visit.Students The bride afternoon I Later still in some places it looked and Shasta Daisy.
wore an
With little planning the
dress of Dubonnet with I as if the women sat, in the churches a gar
crepe lug- dener may have cut flowers early
:0.. from Clewiston homes gage tan acessories. Her flowers and the men sat elsewhere. It is I and late. For early cut flowers grow

I \ returning to college for the remainder were a corsage of rosebuds. Miss hoped that this experiment in the Calliopsis, Candytuft, Calendula--

lJ .J of the school year include Elsie Lammons wore a dress of Community Church will reveal the :annuals and Coreopsis, Gaillardia, I but PROFITABLE
George Bestor, who attends Georgia grey crepe. fact that the men are really go-I Graudiflora and Pyrethrum-perennials

Tech Bob Patterson Ed Clark, Co- Mrs. Carlisle has made her homein ; ing 'to church services in these Calliopsis.. Cosmos Gaillardia Pic- CFhere are several safe places for

burn Moore and Jim Beardsley who Clewiston for the past three' days. j ta. Marigold, Nasturtium. Scabiosaand your sllvings...in a safe depositbox
returned to the University of Florida years and is employed at the Seminole Zinnia will provide cut flowers in government bonds, invested
and Misses Betty Spicer and Mr. Carlisle is employed by for midsummer. Several of these here etc. The principal differenceis
Eleanor Luce who are students at the sugar corporation. A host of Primitive Methods principally Zinnia, Marigold andGaillardia.
that HERE your savings earn a
equally suitable
Florida State College for Womenin
friends are extending congratula-
Need Not late bloom. Other late blooming generous profit for you... because
Talla lassee. Miss Runelle Mc- tions and best wishes to the couple. flowers work and
Antirrhinum profitably
Gehee 1. : :: = :- BeFollowed for cutting include they constantly ,
returned to Monte
Verde, I"" Aster, Cosmos and Dahlia. amply secured by many homes.
Fla., where she is attending school. VISITORS ARE GUESTS AT ,. 'l'\ Persons desirous of growing

TWO INFORMAL PARTIES ..: Yr"i in I plants with showy foliage rather
Mr. and M.-M. Williamsonleft I '. Advertising than brilliant bloom are advised to Federal
I -:::.: I Amaranthus Tricolor. Coleus, Clewiston
Tuesday for a visit with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M., M. Williamson [J tf.1JJJ. try
$ Euphorbia
Centaurea Gymnocarpa
A Williamson's sister, Mrs. R. V. of Oklahoma City who visited for ; ", :':NL:? I Variegata (Snow-on-the-mountain), Savings and LoanAssociation
Allison Dr. L Be Modern I
and Allison in Gaines- several days with Mr. Williamson's Euphorbia Hcterophylla (Annual

ville. Mr. and Mrs. 'Williamson, father, F. L. Williamson, weie Poinsetta), Kochia .and Ricinus

,< r whose. home. Jg ill Oklahpma] City, guests.. of honor. at two informal. \ ADVERTISE HERE!! (Castor Oil Bean 3 ,
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I MAF EFFOFT ; ""Shining QUESTIONS the Stove. Before

blackening the kitchen stove go
AUTHOR OF over it with a cloth dipped in vine-

By SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS ; 4 'IT HAPPENED gar to 'remove. all. .the grease. \

Hints to Carpenters. When
driving nails into hard wood touch ;

SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS WNU SERVICE the; end of the nails with lard or ,

tallow, when they will be.found to ;

CHAPTER VI-Continued now out of the water, and keeping tered. Arriving at the spot, he fixeda petition wherein his entry had so go in much more* easily.t :

-10- as,nearly abreast as possible. How- mighty grip upon the first portionof signally flopped. He appealed to

His leisure moments Glunk devoted ever, that did not matter at the mo Marne's anatomy to present it- the lady librarian. A Blanket Note.-To keep, the ,,

to staring at the sky with an expres- ment. All was set. self. Unfortunately this chanced to "Have you anything ,else about tops of blankets and "quilts clean, ) ,
bind the edges with pieces of
be an ankle. Consequently her this?
sion of doubt and apprehension.Once Exactly opposite the spot where '
to the safety of the beach The official faded and roguish cheesecloth about 16 inches wide.
Marne caught him performing Moby Dickstein and his leading man sage was a
what seemed to be some sort of were engaged in topographical con- mainly sub-surface. She arrived ina spinster of fifty, chanced to be a These can be tinted to match the

propitiatory rite to unseen gods ference and the masked camera mood for murder. motion picture fan, and therefore a blanket, and removed when soiled.

presumably of the weather Between waited below for its prey, the canoe : Beaming and fawning, Glunk set compendium of.info:>i} cation.,

observations he would retire paused and drifted, some thirty i her on her feet, and aided her, as "Miss Van Stratten?; Oh, yes, in- Make Stocking Case

to a small work-shed attached to the yards offshore. The occupant lifted best he could to recover herself. deed! She's the new star.. A New
After interval of she York You don't hap- For Dresser DrawerBy
mansion, to tinker with an ancient her head.: an strangling society girl.
and decrepit flat-boat:: which he had "Yoo-hoo! Moby!" She waved her lifted her eyes and beheld the sup- pen to know her, do you?"

dragged up. derelict from the lake. paddle. positious hero of the recent scene. "No. I'm not interested in her. RUTH WYETH SPEARS. '

There was plenty of weather for "Steady there," warned Moby as Nobody else was in sight. The cam- It's the picture I'd like to know Here is another suggestion that i

his observations. All the Finger' agreement."I'm eraman had lost interest In the about." has stood the test of practical use \ :I
event from the moment when the "You might find something in one flat that holds six pairs \
Lakes region had for a month cow- getting all cramped, she -a case ( ,
ered under a pall of weepy, gray complained, and stood up. apparition of the impromptu life- of these." of stockings. What a relief not r\

clouds. The normally peaceful lit "Siddown!" yelled the director in saver impinged upon the sensitivelens. Several trade papers, having to to have them all mixed up with
As a stooge'for the leadingman do with the Hollywood industrywere
underwear and other things in
tle creek which crooked a protective well simulated alarm as the craft
elbow around Holmesholm before Glunk, full-face, lacked plausi- put into his hands. He seated dresser drawers.
wobbled and canted.
into the lake was a bility. With his unerring sense ,of himself at a table and looked them This case may be made quicklyon
emptying "
"I'm all right, she called gayly expediency, Moby Dickstein had over with languid which was '
brawling torrent, and the dry ravine a eye, the sewing machine. A pieceof
and to prove it waved the paddle also decided to fade away. In all suddenly fixed in a fishy stare. Hold-
on the other side of the house cretonne or bright ticking or :
now hardly controlled a boisterous above her head. the smiling landscape, the only foil ing up one of the publications, he other cotton material of the dimensions -
"Migawd! She'll be over.in a min- for Marne's righteous resentmentwas
rose and advanced his informant -
stream. Marne repeated MobyDickstein's upon given here, and about ;
ute. the young man now swinging his finger glued to a paragraph, J
despairing query' toG two yards of contrasting bias ,:/
She was. For an uncertain moment nonchalant legs above her. To make his face contorted into an expres- 1

lunk."Doesn't. she struggled for balance. matters worse he was lighting a sion which alarmed the librarian
? I'm I
it ever clear" up I Then, with a shriek which com cigarette."All equally for his mental state and her 81N0IS" r"'I'I
getting bored with it. admi- ?" he asked
With Marne the monster occasion- manded Moby's professional right now I kindly. physical safety.He .

... thrust the publication at her.
-- --
ally became quite loquacious. He : !
"You read this. I'm not sure I got
now burst into consecutive speech. F l
it This. here. Readit
right. Right
"Rain, he chattered. "Plenty 6"DOUBIE
rain. Mo' rain. Tomorrow meb- k 90i3pye vyn .vYam o to me. FOLD ':,
"Please sit down she said in '
be sun. Mebbe two day. Mebbe ? I
t'ree. Rain again." He swept a what she hoped were soothing ac- '
dull cjj ? cents. "Is this it? Very well." She MATERIAL "
long, anxious look around the ". THIS
began: 'The new Purity Pictures /v 511E t
horizon and drew his head in be- BIND :
Maiden Effort from the
production tti .
tween his shoulders like. a threat- ENDS -
prize-winning novel by Templeton
ened turtle. "Too much rain. Bad; : I
Sayles, will be under the personal }
place, he announced.
.supervision of A. Leon Sny-" i
"I think it's -lovely place if itweren't
"Wait a minute, please. Who did \4
so wet. needed. :
the materials
binding are
it it by?
say was
Glunk produced his week's check. The diagrams given here in the :
"Templeton Sayles. Do know
"You get mon'?" he requested con- him?" sketch, explain each step in cut-
fidently.She "I am Templeton Sayles." ting and making the case.

nodded. Nobody else would "You!" ejaculated the lady libra- If a more elaborate case is desired -
the creature trust in his financial
rian. "Oh gosh!" silk may be used with rib-
dealings, and each time that Marne "Exactly," said Martin Holmes- bon for the bindings. A quiltedsilk
produced cash for his bit of paper, Sayles. case of this type would make I '
he gazed her with the worshipful -
upon exquisite gift. Machine quilt-
,: 's1J HIt says here that Templeton .
due to worker of miracles. l'
awe a ing be used for this
Sayles is cast to play leading man may purpose.
"What do do with all I
you" your opposite Miss Van Stratten." Be sure to clip and save these A I

money, Glunk? "Malden Featherston?" lessons as they are not in either (..I.a
"Whusshh. He pressed his hairy, "I hat's it." Book 1 or 2. These books are

great hand over his lips, then removed "Then it's my story, all right." full of still other useful ideas, with ;"

it to exhibit "his threefangedsmile. She frowned. "But they're taking complete cutting and sewing di- \\
"You come, he invited aft- rections for each item clearly il-
the picture now, so this says .
er spying about to assure himself lustrated. They the price of
How can that be if you're Mr. Tem- save
that there was no one within watch- and will use Fi
.pleton Sayles? many patterns you :
ing distance. "That's what I'm going to find them constantly for references

Roundabout, threading between w > ad out," said he grimly. "By the next and inspiration.
barns and outhouses, stopping to t train north. Good-by, and thank NOTE: Mrs. Spears' Book 2-
stare and mumble at the /i Y tp '
brawling rf.ny you." Gifts. Novelties and Embroidery, f
creek, he led her by a devious'route has helped thousands of women \

back to a vine-swathed, wooden ends of materials J
CHAPTER VII to use odds and

structure behind the house, shelter- I "Don't get sore just because he outsmarted you.. and their spare time to make V

ing a long disused well. Darting to Small satisfaction did Marne get things to sell and to use. Book 1 (
his work-shed, he reappeared witha ration, she plunged. The canoe "You!" She tried for an effect of Miss '
out of her ally, Glamour, when -SEWING, for the Home Decorator -
flashlight which he directed into swerved aside. The waters boiled.A blighting scorn, but impaired it by she ,sought sympathy in her griev- is full of inspiration for every \. ,
the well-mouth. face dripping and gasping. sputtering. "I've been thinking '
rose you
ance against Templeton Sayles, Esq. homemaker. These books make
"You keep 'it down there?" "Help! Help!" The appeal rent over. Would you like to know what. I Gloria's opinion was definite but not delightful gifts. Mrs., Spears will iI

"Urgck." the air. She sank again and again think of you?" soothing. I autograph them on request. Booksare I

"That's very clever of you." appeared, burbling. "Get it off your mind if you feel "You would take his side." 25 cents each. Crazy-patch i

Grinning, he indicated a cavity, i Moby Dickstein beat his breast. you must." "Don't get sore just because he quilt leaflet is included free with

some eight feet down, formed by the "Get her, somebody," he wailed. "I "I think you're a coward." I've outsmarted you." order for both books. Ad-

displacement of a stone. This, she can't swim." tried to be decent to you, but now "I believe you like him," accusedthe every dress Mrs. Spears 210 S. Des-
was given to understand, was his "All right," snapped Kelsey.In I'm through. I've known all the disgusted Marne. ;\

bank. He seemed enormously one movement he had shuckedhis time that you were a big bluff. But "Sure, I like him. Probably not plaines. St., Chicago, Ill. i

pleased with it. coat and measured the distancefor you're so much worse than I ever as much as you do." Jt

"Well., I wouldn't want to go down a dive. With a covert grin of dreamed that-that-" "You can have him. With my t;

there," the girl decided. "I don't satisfaction the director marked the "Don't try to finish it. You'll only blessing." iy
believe it's safe. Those walls look Quozl ;
progress of the strategy devised by spoil the effect. "On the level, kid, why have you .
bulgy to me. his boss. The grin disappeared as "Nothing could have an effect got such a down on Tempy?" FORt eloe ed ;
the hoarder hunched his oiSCOr
Again the halted inexplicably. He sort.
progress upon your "I can't stand the ladykillertype.
shoulders. "Too much rain," he who had been cast for the role of "There you misjudge me. I'm ."

growled uneasily. gallant rescuer seemed to have undergone really a sensitive soul. Some day," "Where do you get your slant on 1 e

a change of spirit. Insteadof he finished sadly, "you'will realize him?" .

True to his prophecy, however, taking a photographable header, how you have wounded me. But it I "From that awful stuff he wrote

the sun blazed forth on the follow- he stood, peering toward the spot may then be too late." I about himself."

ing morning and chased all the loi- where the water was still in turmoil "You don't mean it's likely to !. "You know darn well that's all In UncertaintyWhen

tering clouds from the sky. It was with an expression which, at prove fatal?" she asked hopefully. fake." the mind is in a state of

the perfect opportunity for the canoe first observant, became suspicious, "It might. You don't realize your "Of course it is. But it shows his uncertainty the smallest impulse
To be Leon
test. sure, A. Sny- and finally cynical., own power. I'm going home now character. That's the sort'he'd like directs it to either side.-Terence.
dacker for the but
was day
away ,
Moby Dickstein did not dare wait "Help! Hel-1-l-lpl"! I to weep on my pillow." to be if he could. I'll bet," she
To Moby's attuned ear, a note of Before she could think of the an- concluded viciously, "he boasts
further the
capricious weather.
The first upon step was to get his leadingman exasperation had crept into the ap swer to that one he had disap- about women to other men in smok- Can't Eat Can't

to the low bluff overlooking the peal. And the supposed hero of the peared in the brush. ing rooms." ,
crisis? To his director's unutterable "You've got him different from
lake. To of
one Moby's diplomatic A\vful Gas
attainments, this was easy. The indignation, he sat down comfortably The tramp steamer, Andreas A. what I have," commented the beau- Sleep"' :

pretense was that he needed expert and dangled his legs over the Onderdonk, bound for Central Amer- ty girl thoughtfully. "I wouldn't hold HEART i,
of the void which his ica with deckload of Martin PRESSES
edge through a up the Sayles Saga stuff against .l
working out detail of
advice some
devoted body should have been hur-. I Holmes' nervous troubles, was beaten him." I 'Qaa on my, stomach It was pressed so bad I on could my
topography. Kelsey made no de I not eat or leep. even
tling. far off her course into a Texas "Because you don't understand," heart. A friend suggested Adlerika. The

mur.Everything, the director fondly I "WTintcn matter" oJ-jrolnorl- ..t''J."MViViTr. port, on the same day as Marne's was the impatient response. "You first wish,dose sleep brought fine, and me relief.never Now felt better.-I eat as I ,rJ 1'1
maritime misadventure. While the Filler. Adlerika acts on BOTH l
"Nothing. never studied psychology, did you? :Mrs Jas.
decided cliff the, waters was perfect.went off Below very sheerto the "Ain't you goin' after her?" boat was laid up for minor replace- To Marne's surprise the other an- upper and system lower bowels.a real Adlenka cleansing gives, bringing your, "1Intestinal

several UNot'today," answered the placid ments, her lone passenger went. to swered readily, "Sure. Sophomoreyear out waste matter that may havo caused GAS ,'
a depth of feet. For a BLOATING, sour stomach, headaches,
skilled swimmer in a hurry, as .hero. the town library to catch up with when I was Miss Universityof nervousness.and slepl s nights for months.
Moby anticipated that the hero "What 'in hell's bitin' you?" the news, he being, at the time, East Idaho." cleanser.You will be Just amazed ono spoonful at this efficient usually intestinal relieve

would be, a dive from the summit "Don't want to get my feet wet," some weeks in arrears. In a. New (TO BE CONTINUED) GAS and constipation. Adlerika docs not

into safe water would be quite feasi- explained Kelsey. York newspaper of past date he man)is oct6 not habitgistafor 35 years.by

ble. Or he might elect to slide down Out in the lake Marne was doinga saw again the features of Miss Mar- Silk Cotton Tree a Giant Sold at alt drug :store

the little precipice and plunge from very creditable job of drowning, ion Norman Van Stratten. The silk cotton tree, which growsin

the thin edge of shore. Either way but getting a little bored with it. "Our old friend Miss Adelina Ash- the island of Jamaica, is one of WNU-7 139ADVERTISING /

would suit Moby. All that was now Coming up for the third (and she can, the back-door debutante," he the world's giants. Its branches extend .

needed was Miss Van Stratten. hoped it would be the last) time she murmured, and read the accompa- horizontally, and each of them

Prompt to the assigned minute, heard a roar of terror and dismayin nying letterpress.From would be considered a goodsizedtree \

she appeared around the bend, clad a voice strangely unlike that of this he learned that Miss in itself. In order to supportthe

in a most becoming bathing suit and Templeton Sayles, Esq. Van Stratten's prize-winning face weight of the branches nature business :(
is as essential to as
propelling the small canoe with Glunk to the rescue! was then being rehearsed in A. Leon has supplied these trees with butt- is rain to growing It is the

strong, easy strokes., As an added A fountain of foam marked his Snydacker's production of "Maiden resses which project laterally from keystone in the arch crops.of successful :

feature, not figured in the directorial heroic progress. He covered the Effort." Naturally the title meant the trunk. These buttresses are so merchandising. Let us show you ') 1.

calculations, the faithful Glunk distance at a speed which even the nothing to him. But he was mildly large that a man can shelter him- how to apply it to your business.llannflt .
floundered along the beach, now in, expert Kelsey could hardly have bet- interested in the result of the com- self between two of them. :,;(


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t OUR COMIC : SUNDAY Lesson I SmPutting

r .}. ,
" .' Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
Chicago. It Mildly

f: ; D I Love, Honor and Obey : 10 Lesson C Western for Newspaper January Onion.8 not going Mother-No go to with a surprise us., you Daddy party.children and I can-are

Little Jim-But, mother, don't

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected you think they'd be more sur-
: and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil prised if we all went?
. of Religious Education: used by
', ( I'VE ONLY TWENTY MORE permission.

i HURRY/ DEAR YOU WON'T MIND the time you were frozen to deathat
, MOTHER OR LESSON TEXT-Matthew 161325.. the North pole, Uncle Jim.
l DOING SUPPER OlSWES FOR GOLDEN TEXT-Thou art the Christ, the
WE'LL BE 1 THE NEfXT FEW WEEKSWHIL.ET Son of the living God.-Matthew 16:16. Small Niece-No, Uncle Jim.
LATE I 1 Please tell us about the time you
: H TO
\ "What think; ye of Christ?" were killed by wild Indians.
r THE SHOW/ This question, which was asked by

Jesus Himself (Matt. 22: 42), is the THE ORIGINALMotorist

a / ///?VI'F' / touchstone that tries men, and 1
: churches, organizations, and move-
ments. The answer to it determines

character, condition, and destiny.
;. As we study the life of Peter and
f.i '\ lI see how he responded to the ques- 1

1 tion of Jesus, let us not fail to apply
the truth to ourselves and to thoseto
whom we'minister. This is indeed I

I. A Crucial Question (vv. 13-16). 0
With His crucifixion now only six

months away our Lord in prepara- (pointing to his car)-
tion for it is about to make a more Just 'to think that invention made

definite claim to Messiahship, and its appearance but 39 years ago!
thus to establish the truth in the Friend-You mean to say that
\ ( minds of His disciples. He there- machine is no older than that?

d i/I l/f(, r fore asks this all-important ques-

tion about Himself. Boo!!!

: / First, it is a general query, Teacher-We will have only a'
: "Whom do men say that I am?" half day school Friday morning.ClassVVhoopsliurray .
The answer (v. 14) indicates that !

the common opinion .concerning Teacher And Friday afternoonwe

Christ was a very high one. He will have another half days

.. had made an impression on the school.
, Jij people of His time, and this has
been true down through the ages.

a 11 ((1 ( Even those who do not believe on An insurance Ended company That wrote
i Him admit that He was "the ideal
i out a $1,000 life policy in the name
r: to humanity
representative and guide -
, of Jim Jones. Premiums were
" PTV the before whom
paid regularly for a few ,
would kneel. But beautiful
"everyone -
but suddenly stopped. After send-
tributes to His character and
ing a few delinquent notices, the
leadership are worse than mean-
'- company received this reply:
; ingless unless they lead to a personal -
"Dere sirs Pleas
: excuse us as
; 5 Mu+{ K to i. your confession of Him as Lord we can't pay no more premiumson

T32oT-1 'OT4(0L1 SEE. -} i Mlou7j and Saviour. Jim. He died last May."
(.yr, :.:'- : < : ( o+ MAW The question becomes personal as
1--> He, asks, "Whom do ye say that I
,, 1: 'P tST l c I-- \\j bI E _rr "
'; ( am? That question no one can es
Relieve dIscorn.U1A'JERV
; i.
V"A c cape. We cannot refuse to answer. fort of head cold.
Neutrality is impossible. Whateverwe Put 2 drops ofnB.1u
do or say, or do not do or say, Penetro Nose
a ;; Drops in each
is decision.
j N a
nostril-the contained
'H Peter's answer is really the sum COIf t'w menthol,
T and substance of Christian doctrine. tJ camphor, eucalyptol -
.4 He recognized Him as the Messiah, soothe irritated -
the fulfillment of all Hebrew prophecy ,, membrane of
T and as the Son of the Living t nose, throat-sup-
God, the Redeemer and Savior of: plement shrinking
,', men, the One in whom centers all /.,_I action of ephe-
. Christian faith. breathing.
;" E
: "' II. A Divine Revelation (w. 17- NOSE
/;. 20). PEN E.T 0 DROPS

.''' '.. '":,,, Peter had been ready to be taughtby
*' R the Holy Spirit, and therefore
::i<'\ made a confession of Christ which Admonish in Private
: 0 I. Admonish your friends in private -
was not conceived in the mind of a
! .' (; : ', 6 A'r'rai praise them in public.-Sy-
r ;
but conviction born of
rF0 man was a
,. )j (. P J the Spirit of God (cf. I Cor. 12:3). rus.

:-.:. <'f, T/ "LZv1fl Upon Peter's confession, which

14:,.<" ).<:- was thus really a divine revelationof
f;;:":- .' jtI, the and work of Christ,
h person OLD FOLKS
: : t
;; / '; .: at the Church is established, Christ
Himself being the chief cornerstoneI Here Is Amazing Relief for
ir\ Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
: ( Pet. 2:7) with Peter himself as you think laxatives
lit J/I'jl;,:'Jm'If alllt8, just try this
one of the apostles built into its very v9cttablo laxative..IIII .
" d :- : "'II- 80 mild thorough refreshing -
> foundation (Eph. 2:20).
Invigorating1. Dependable: relict from
?\ By / lyj Note' that Christ calls it "my sick headaches, bilious spells, tired feeling when
associated with constipation.
' ;' -:: ) ( L church." It is His Body, and He as Without Risk cct a 25o box tt the from then
C. M. P drueclst.Maie
'.>::'<:J'-.:. .,,, the Head rules over it. The gatesof 11 not delighted, return the box to us. We will
:?\ '. \ Hades, that is, the wicked pow- price.refund That'the purchase fair. a
ii"f\, u OWNU Bell SyndIcateWNU Service. ers of the unseen world, while they ,Get NR Tablets today. WCZ

'' now seemingly have great power ALWAYS CARRY
;: against the Church, shall not ultimately FAI LIIlF CAh OY .
prevail. We have, a victorious 1 ((1 FOR ACID
t. Christ. ..o .. o, .,. tIT / J INDIGESTION I

CWNU'I The giving of the keys, and the
authority to bind or loose have been
Let Down by Success
:I variously interpreted. ,It would
P Success has brought many to
,.:. seem to be clear, however, that this .lestruction.-Phaedrus.
: :
: was not intended to be any personal

: power to be used by Peter, and
: quite evidently not to be transferredby relieves

..; him to others. It was rather the COLDS
, "' authority to admit men into the
6 6 6 day.
,..,. / kingdom of God as they fulfill His Headachesand
, i.'J' i: provisions for entrance, and to declare Fever
.... that those who do not enter
due to Colds
:': Christ must be forever LIQUID.
; : :; by way of SALVE, NOSE DROPS in SO minutes.
1 : P barred from its sacred precincts.III. Try"Rnb-My-Tism"-a Wonderful Liniment

The Shadow of the Cross (vv.

.... : -- .. 21-25).

.Jt The cross of Christ casts its shad-

1 ow over the little group as Jesus

: ,: begins to show to His disciples WATCHYOU
i' I (v. 21) what He is to suffer as the
( ',. : Saviour of the world. The city of
Jerusalem exalted to heaven by its
)& opportunities and privileges is to can depend on the
.* i be the place where He is to be sales the

nailed to the tree. "Where roses merchants of our town
ought to bloom, sin has often planted announce in the columnsof
thorns." Peter in an outburst of
this They mean
affectionate folly tries to hinder
,': .:j Christ from going to the cross, and money saving to our
becomes for the moment the serv readers. It always pays to

By ant of Satan. He "meant well," patronize the merchantswho

. ".. ',. \ 1 but good intentions are not enough. advertise. They are
J. Millar The cross of Christ calls for the not afraid of their mer-

> i cross of the Christian (v. 24). Note chandise ,or their prices. .
4 well that this does not refer to little
acts of so-called "self-denial," but

(: rather to the denial of self. It means I[ THE SPECIALSf' I
I that self-will is set aside and God's
I Ben Syndicate.-WNU Service. will becomes paramount in the life

(v. 24).


Florida Senators- \ est single figure being $8,800 for

negro quarters by C. A., Bailey.
I fl '" r> I
,- Canal Point showed the largest }1
Plum Pudding Crowns'the Winter Table r
(Continued from page 1) construction item to be the $20,000

which if shipped in cheaply enough spent by the United States Sugar [If d
would enable other ,nations to buy 'Corporation on a plantation village. 1
our sugar and ve'g. tables." South Shore Drainage District

The senators *objeclcd to lower pumps at $12,000 and a ,store for
Cuban rates for sugar, finished tobacco A. '0. Walker with additions made I

: products., Vegetables' and citrus another $8,000 for South Bay.
fruits. Moore Haven's largest 'expendi-
.. 6j
They also made vigorous: attackon ture for construction was also a

Y the. present sugar quota law, water filteration plant and Included -
I limiting Florida to :50,000 tons an- in that figure was the $11,000
Hints Gardeners
nually, although Chairman Davis repeatedly -! expended by R. E. Kurtz in build- to .
reminded ,them that this ing his camp in eastern Glades -
by Morrison
I act was not an issue at the time. county. There were also several Vegetable Breeder
x r Senator Pepper became aroused items of new construction, repair Ferry .Seed StationpJ

a L,,+1n, ar when Davis, after listening to the work, alterations, etc. t
outright gift" charge, asked the The lake section in general and

,"I'loiida member to' "consider ex-' Clewiston in particular may well ,
poits." be proud of this record of their
I IPepp'er
growth in the past eighteen months
demanded to know what
ii 1 and it is to be hoped that the
:oncessions Cuba would give the
;: ; coming twelve months will surpass
In:-:ed States, and when informed.hat
even this figure.
tt .i these will not be determined I
iintil later, vigorously stated: I
t "This then is a horse trade and Hints to Gardeners
t pii the Garden
.. Making Pay
N. y.'s .n we can't even see the horse we are

II getting." by. Gilbert Bentley t
Flower Expert MOST getable gardens are
I Ferry Seed Station to provide fresher, more r
.. i Courtesy Schrafft's Restaurants, New York I It New ConstructionContinued ,. nourishing food for the family, and
to conserve on food bills.
t RICHLY fruited,steaming plum The following recipes. are The vegetables raised will be determined -
as popular now as suggested: t I certain extent by the '
( from page 1) I I to a
i in Dickens' day, is a festive finish Hot sauce
I ings. D. G. Alston recently II amount of space available. Experience -
I to any winter meal. Topped with li cups granu- H cup butter spent I I I shows that,a garden about
1 holly, and all a-blaze on a worthy >, lated sugar }, cup lemon a thousand dollars on an addition I 50' x 50' will provide a family ot
platter, it deserves to be carried 1 4 pinch cup flour salt 2 cups juice boiling. to his store near the postoffice and : five with a good assortment and
triumphantly aloft to the holiday water several other residences are to be I quantity of fresh vegetables during
table and there served to the Mix sugar, flour and salt to- started soon which will. increase the i the summer.
eagerly waiting family and guests. gether. Rub in butter. Mix well figure considerably.In Perhaps the most important vegetables
Solid with goodness, it brings with lemon juice and boiling .1 from point of view of food \
together the most mellow com- water. Put stove and boil Belle Glade the larger partof
on 3 Choosing Your Flowers value and space required, are:
pany of candied fruits, nuts, minutes. Take off fire. Add 6 their construction figure wasa Beans cabbage, carrots, beets,

,raisins blended and into spices one dessert.that can be tablespoons brandy, if desired. $95,350 water treatment plant, an 171LOWERS may be adapted to so squash tomatoes, onions, peas and
This quantity serves 10. An abundance of all these
$8,000 Baptist church, a $12,000 I. spinach.
Serve it with not one but two many varying conditions and to
Hard sauce addition to the school can be grown in a 50 x 50 garden.
sauces, if you want to bring out so many uses and purposes that a
all the wonders of its flavor, say 1 cup light brown sugar '/& cup butter prison farm improvements and ad- continuation of an earlier discussion And there will be room for a row

Schrafft's restaurants' experts on Cream butter and sugar. If yo' ditions totalling $11,000 and sev- "Flowers for a Purpose," is or two and of flowers. Calendula, zinnia the-
fine food. Make a hot sauce to wish to have a special flavor, stir eral thousand dollars."in improve- necessary. petunia are perhaps
pour lavishly over each servjng. in 3 tablespoons brandy or sherry, ments to packing houses well Many gardeners wonder, for in- most satisfactory.
as as Good-sized, yieldsof
Then top with hard sauce blending well :with butter and stance, what ,will grow in the semi- money saving
whipped to fluffy, fine-grained sugar. Serve in a separate dish, so several fine homes.In shady spots about the yard. Try these vegetables can be grown' ina
j Pahokee most of- the expendi- Annuals garden but half that size. In any li
creaminess. each person may help himself. any of the following:
-, --- ,.' .- ,..- ture was for homes with the larg- Balsam. Clarkia, Coleus, Nasturtium case, economize on space and add ( '
Pansy Calendula and Vinca; to garden yield by following these
Perennial.s-Bellis Perennis (English suggestions: 'Plant two crops of
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spinach, one early in the growing
'\ Daisy), Campanula, Columbine
and Viola. season, the other in fall. Plant
Myosotis, Sweet
Gardeners living in sections char- Chinese cabbage carrots, beets and
;. acteristically drouthy, or those having peppers in fall in space earlier occupied -
: : .. ': 1' -: unusually well-drained soil lying by beans, radishes and peas.
;'> : ; in full sun are advised to try Plant bush beans and beets on
:;;;:,; {f ,- ,. the following: Annuals Abronia both sides of, tomato rows. When
Ageratum. Alyssum Procumbens. tomatoes need the space, those
u ..r Arctotis, Calliopsis, Candytuft Cosmos earlier crops will have been pulled

; Four o' Clock, Lupin Texensls. and used.
Jj. .. ..< Petunia, Portulaca. Sunflower, Verbena While corn takes up considerable
-_ Vinca and Zinnia; Perennials space many may wish to include
jTi5'x --Coreopsis and Hollyhock.If it. If so. conserve space by planting 1
you are particularly interestedin spinach or beets or onions be'Ill')
J fragrance, grow some of the following tween rows of the slowergrowingcorn. 'IJ'
all of which are notable for .. Or grow pole beans (cornfield
., \ -\ their delightful aromas: Annuals- beans) to climb on the corn stalks.
Alyssum. Carnation, Heliotrope Where a space greater than 50 x
Matthiola Nicotians. 50 is available, such crops as sum-
y r r Sc: % }% /J e Mignonettes cucumbers,
:p f and:Sweet Pea; Perennials-Lilium. mer squash swiss
and Sweet William.To chard, watermelon and cantaloupe
develop a truly typical wild- may be included.
y awA -' :.F, :?: flower'garden, include several of the

T,, following: Annuals Annual Lu
pgYjj3R4bh : pin ,and Rudbeckia (Cone Flower) : IX TilE CIRCUIT COURT IIENDKY.

Perennials -. Aquilegia, Asclepias COUNTY, PLOIUDA.AOTICC .
Tuberosa Perennial Aster, Heu-
f t 1f i chera (Coral Bells), and Perennial undersigned Notice Is will hereby on given the 7th that day the of

Lupin. February A. D. 1939 apply to the
Excellent selections for window Judge of the ahove styled: Court for )
Begonia Co an order adopting: to the undersignedthe
boxes are Ageratum
/ .
following minor Children Viz
r lens Heliotrope Lantana Lobelia. Larry Arthur Davis age 4 years and
Dwarf Nasturtium, Petunia, Phlox Robert Moms Davis, age 1 and \->
and Ver years
Drummondi. Thunbergia
J. I.... Urantley,
bena. Mr.s. J. L. (Jtobcca: ) Brantley.
':r;$' ;a C.N.-Jan. 6, 13, 20. 27, Feb. 3.

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and Attorney at Law
IT PAYS TO LISTEN Hopkins Building
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'JfJ<:.: parlance for going to press-the formative more entertaining. k ?'

% : final step in the production of a Each one of these features is care-.y ;
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