The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00665
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00665
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Dr. Bourne Is IefendantIn. Free Flower Plants! /Story Of Clewiston Told


,1"" : Suit For Cane Patents Leah _Spicer, local garden- In State Radio BroadcastAviator

ing enthusiast who also grows ,
A ,. u----------- flowers for sale, has in her gardens --

\: :* State Seeks to Prevent t: Jas. W. Frealy Dies adjoining the Clewiston Laundry Lands I of C. Assembles
literally thousands upon thousands -.

.' Collection of Royalty Of Heart Attack,. of fine plants of petunias,I On Highway I Data For Talk .
phlox and others' which she is anxious -
to give to anyone who will Over WRUFEd. JI
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/) On New Variety I
,\ James W. Frealy, 59, for many plant them and water them once. Buster Trimble, local I
{ years a resident of Clewiston died The plants 'are volunteers and I provides onlookers with
'. Circuit Judge George W. White- at his, home here Sunday nightof I I are taking up 'much space in her and a 'glimpse into what ( Note, : The folowing excerpts ,

'.j: hurst this week took ,under advise- a heart attack. Mr. Frealy had flower beds that Mrs. Spicer is eager may someday hold, when taken from the script prepar ,
ment suit of the State of Florida completed his day's work as engi- to use for other plants. She dis- to refuel his ship in ; by the local Chamber of Com-

; to recover patents issued Dr. B. A. neer at the light plant of the likes to dig up these lovely plants and traffic is ,not for the broadcast of Clewis-

Bourne of Clewiston on new varieties Glades Power and Light Companyand and throw them away, and in an simply lands his plane on over Station WRUF Monday
of sugar cane, developed by I arrived home about 9:30 in effort to aid with beautifying the way near the bridge .)
Dr. Bourne and patented by him i the evening. Death came with lit-I town, she offers, to give them gladly I. dustrial canal and taxis The story of Clewiston today is

which are now in almost exclusiveuse tle warning at 11:20. to anyone, friend or stranger, Sugarland Service Station, story of present day develop-
in commercial sugar cane grow- ,Mr. 'Frealy had lived in Clewis-(white or, colored, who will call by I the motor and calls out of sugar production in Flor-

", ing in the Everglades area. ton for 13 years and was a faithful and ask for them. Ily "Fill 'er up." .
I I .
Dr! Bourne was formerly associ- and valued employee of the light I Please call at once, as she is Trimble's work in this -- --
> ated with the Everglades Experiment company, and a highly respected anxious to dispose of the plants. [ is largely that of Sugar-cane grows almost exclus- .
-:4 i' Station at Belle Glade, and citizen. He was a member of the I fields. Early in the in the tropical and sub-trop-
' I I belts on both sides of the
the state contends that the new .Moore Haven Masonic Lodge. the dew is yet heavy on
I the' three most essential
: varieties of cane are the property Funeral services were conducted BANK OFFICIALS ARE'ELECTED he zooms at an altitude
of 'the state, because the patentswere at the residence in Clewiston, few feet up and down ) being fertile soil, hot sun-
and ample moisture. These
issued to Dr. Bourne during his Tuesday afternoon. Rev. E. Davis of beans in the field

!,I'.' \ employment at the experiment sta-. Conway of the Moore Haven Meth- FOR 19381 him, and scatters a dust I account achieved for the in extraordin-
'I .tion. Dr. Bourne asserts that the odist Church, assisted by Rev. For- cide as he goes. success growing
in the Everglades, owing
idea of cross-fertilization to pro- est C. Taylor of the Clewiston Because he needs to
duce these varieties of cane was Community Church conducted. the The ,stockholders of the First I time and get as much the high nitrogen content of
soil, the almost ideal climatic
conceived by him before he became services. Bank of Clewiston held their sible before 'the dew
connected with the expriment sta- Burial was in the Fort Myers nual meeting Thursday an-I, plants, Trimble has of, the water flat control.terrain In and the

tion, and that he carried on the cemetery. Services at the' grave January 6th, and re-elected the I habit of the highway .
experimental work at .Clewiston were conducted by the MasonicLodge. ,entire board of directors and officers only a few yarns to sugar-cane usually ma-
I in one year; It Is good for
J with facilities loaned him by the Pall bearers' were C. 'H.t for the year 1938. station from the bridge.
*,* 'old Southern Sugar Company, although Settle, Sion C. Stalls and I. E. I C. V. Parkinson was re-elected way is very wide at or eight crops.
t he was at the same time Scott of Moore Haven, A. O. Ward, I president, John S. Cottrell of and in the 'early The requirements expected from

employed by the state at the Ever- W. C. Owen' and A. W. .Lawrence I Moore Haven, vice-president, and there is little or ''no successful sugar-cane in the Ev
glades 'Experiment Station. He did 'of Clewiston. Lawrence A. Powell Elbert L., Stewart, cashier. I It is improbable that include resistance to wind,

not, he states, develop these varieties Funeral home was in charge of The board of. directors of' five landings will ever become low temperature and disease,

of cane at the experiment sta- the funeral arrangements. members is composed of the offi- place among aviators, with heavy cane tonnage
/, tion, but he carried on at the station Surviving are the widow, Mrs. cers above mention,id and R. E. people who 'have been high percent of sugar In the

E the experiments'' relative to a Etta Frealy and two daughters, Kurtz of Fort Myers and C., L. enough to watch .
syrup producing cane which the Mrs. Mary Stokes of Canal Point Downs of Clewiston. I precise handling of 'his The present sugar house at Clew-

f.r state had requested.Dr. and Mrs. Margaret Taylor of Fort At the stockholders meeting the I long remember the was completed In 1928. The

Bourne is one of the leading Myers. cashier filed a lengthy: report deal I of production of sugar
commercial scale be said
authorities on sugar cane and one ing with the bank's affairs for the a may
of the varieties which he has developed past year. The officers report that I II date from January 1929 when

) '" ,produces 220 pounds of PLANS FOR NEW' ST. the I bank has enjoyed a substantial! KIWANIS first cane was delivered to the
.': v growth, and that they will con- sugar house.
., raw sugar per ton of cane, whereas 1
: ': tinue to ,maintain "conservative The corporation noW operating
the next jest variety will produce! 'WEDNESDAY
'-"' LUCIE LOCKS BEING r(operating policy for the protection'of Clewiston sugar house acquir
f',: 180 pounds. One of the big problems the properties in December',
., in connection with the development -I their depositors.
of the sugar cane, industry The First Bank 'of Clewiston is OF CLEWISTON Its operation extends over
RUSHED BY U. S. E. D. front of approximately fifty miles,
in Florida has been the development only banking institution in
"" ,1 of variety of cane that Hendry county; it also serves largely from Moore Haven on the

V has disease resisting qualities; is Plans for the St. Lucie lock replacements as a depository for the, adjoin Lt. Gov. J. E. Nobles around Okeechobee the to south Canal shore Point of

;-j.., early maturing' and of a high sugar are being rushed by the I ing county of Glades, 'which isl I Pierce paid his official
the east.
;f content. Dr. Bourne has successfully without a bank. 5)C.
'm: I the Clewiston Kiwanis
U. S. Engineer sub-office, following I The corporation maintains ten
.::,y.' overcome these'' obstacles and his i l'orders from' headquarters when the I II .' weekly luncheon meeting headquarters at which
,:":';; newly discovered varieties have I,War Department disclosed that Major Mrs. A. W. GroveMrs. I the Barracks Wednesday housed over 3,000: farm work
:- proven wonderfully adapted to I I Mr. Nobles is Lieutenant
General Edward M. Markham
\.. ', many of the workers in both
; Florida sugar producer's require of the Southeastern
I had recommended the allocation of and house live in Clew-
,, ments. $1,208,800 for the Caloosahatchee- A. W. Grove, mother of Mrs. Florida Kiwanis.Mr. sugar

The suit was brought in the Okeechobee drainage area.rr e' Forest C. Taylor of Clewiston' pass- Nobles spoke In the 'past five years' crops,
: name of the state board of, edu- amount if appropriated, will be'I ed away recently at her home in club 'and made an tons of sugar produced per acre
.',' : cation, under which the agricultural used for maintenance work, and Frankfort, Indiana, where she had I on Kiwanis aims and been nearly doubled by the ,
'\ experiment stations operate, to I for replacement of locks 1 and 2 lived practically all of her, life, and I on the value of civic operators, through the use

test Dr. Bourne's ownership of the I on St. Lucie Canal by building anew where she '''was one of the best I community.Guest new, improved varieties in the

:;>,,..:" three plant patents issued to him lock and spillway. known; and highly respected women speaker for the and up to the minute meth-
: between 1930 and 1934. If titleto I in the community where she
s ; Also included in the figure is an was ,J. R. Lakin, of processing. Nearly five mil
'J:: the patents remains with Dr. i had lived so long. ,She was a life-1
Business : have
amount for building an administration the International pounds of sugar
v Bourne he will in the future be I long and devoted member of the Clewiston. The
3 building on the government corporation whose talk to date at
> entitled to $10 per acre royalties -: to Methodist, Episcopal church. I 530 thousand
reservation here, the building the lines of explanation of crop, from
.' for of his varieties. If Mrs. Grove was the mother ofl
): : use. cane
made one
warehouse. ,
be near the present type accounting machine, of cane processed
six daughters, all of whom are!
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;: Nelson in his corporation has cars of sugar, four hund-
; Carawan 'engineer
living, Mrs. L. B. Jones, Mrs. .M.I
.: charge of the Clewiston sub-office:!, stalled for the, United cars of molasses.
,:..,: A. Petty, and Mrs. D. W. Young,I
Hendry County Fair stated that the office is rushing of Frankfort; Mrs. E., E. Sheridan,II corporation here. The City Itself
The machines are the The City of Clewiston on the
of the that
completion plans so
: of Chicago; Mrs.. N. P. Claybaugh
'i: : Begins In LaBelle when the money is made available I of Orlando; and Mrs. Forest C. ern electrical accounting shore of Lake Okeecho- .

.', I for the project, the department will Taylor of Clewiston. Mrs. Taylor date, stated, Mr. Larkin is midway between Palm Beach;
''?" be in a position ,to advertise the, I do not replace the East Coast and Fort Myers
had spent several weeks with her
Hendry county will join in the work immediately. er clerical labor., A the West Coast on State Road
J r big parade of county fairs and It is expected that Congres will I mother and had returned home onlYI Is made out for each (Continued, en Page b)
a short time before her death.
when ,the
next week
expositions act on recommendations in April I I I with his name and
,' ,' Hendry County Fair opens on Tues- it is in the .
; ; The department's estimate of moneys j placed Judges Rule
The big show is, being
day. spon-
needed for the Caloosahatchee- CLEWISTON I the operator punches on
sored by the LaBelle High School AREA THIS WEEK: rate, hours, type
Okeechobee project is the largestin zone On Murphy Tax Law'Judge
',':. and the Parent-Teachers Asoscia- the state's total of $4,055,600; J. P. Walker O'f Jacksonville,II total pay or other desired
tion of LaBelle and their thorough ation concerning that
which is 'needed for the development General Superintendent of the
,:;.. planning for' the event assures a of Florida harbors, streams southern division of the Atlantic The card is marked Geo. W. Whltehurst and
', big time for everyone who attends. : which divide it into Harrison, circuit
and flood control projects duringthe Coast Line railway and E. B. Bushof W. T.
:. The fair will open on Tuesday fiscal year 1939, which begins Tampa, Superintendent of the divisions, and instead of for this, the twelfth judicial

;., ,. and run through Saturday with the July 1, 1938. Tampa district, visited Clewiston or writing in these ruled in Sarasota Monday
'\':'':'- grounds open at night as well as The replacement of the St. Lucie'I. this week on an official inspection machine simply punches a ; tax'' certificates which were
.< by day. In addition to the varied locks is desired as the present locks of the properties of the railroad. the proper division.Once I years old after the Murphy bill ,
'\} line of exhibits of farm produce, are too small and inadequate to With the officials were a groupof the original card a law were not subject to
:: livestock, women's fancy work, serve the purpose since the completion friends. The party was travel perly punched, according : ; provisions. The case arose when
.,.'tr. school work and other things for of the cross-state water- ling in Mr. Walker's private car Lakin, the machine can Sarasota county clerk was
: ': which prizes will be awarded' the which was on the Clewiston tracks them into any desired i by prospective pur-
,:?: ,<, Royal Palm shows will present an way.Several new draftsmen are be- yesterday. total the earnings, the to offer at auction tax
,;-\ ,:.' attractive line-up of mid-way at- ing transferred to the Clewiston of-' any portion or portions of I which were not two
'i -: tractions. Five big sensational freeW.i fice to assist in speeding up the'I COMMUNITY. CHOIR IN NEED Is desired. For example, old when the law became

,\ acts are, to be given each day and plans. The first to arrive was Rich OF MORE VOICES, PLEASE ing the card of one day's i .
t.i: : the same number each night. ard L. Moschette, of Baton Rogue, the machine and setting Judge Whitehurst stated, that
;':'!t""l: Further details of the fair may Louisiana, who came last week. J. E. Beardsley, under whose direction perly, the machine will : judges in at least four
: be secured by contacting the office Expected next week are James M. the Community Church I separate groups all counties had decided that

.;; \'f of County Agent G. C. Hodge or Sawyer, of Birmingham; James A. Choir Is beginning rehearsals for zone. They may be certificates could be offererl
,s, C. A. Abbott at the real estate of- Carlson of Boston and James G. its Easter cantata, requests tho. machine and the sale as fast as they became
fice of R. N. Miller here. Wheatley.Mr. I News to broadcast the fact that the ,total the man-hours of years old and that at least
"1 z, ', Much enthusiasm has' been worked choir is in need of more voices, in that day,' or the total judge had held the same opIn-
:r:: up in the biggest show in years and Mrs. R. C. Wilson ac- particularly sopranos. for the day may be ruled by them Monday.
;'. for LaBelle and it is likely that companied Mrs. L. R. Oliphant to Choir practice is at the church machine can also total all Although the bill has been to

. crowds not only from Hendry Haines City. Mrs. Oliphant returned each Monday evening, and anyone of each man each week' Supreme court several times,
'max. county but from neighboring counties to her .home in Marietta aftera who wishes to take part in the tho end of the month angle on the age of certifi-

will, attend.-L&Bollo New. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson music will be welcome. (Continued on Page .. ..... has.never been clarified.




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rr.:5/S CSevaew o/ Current Events: 'Items' of Interest It., \I

Our PresidentsA -- [AROUND

-TAYLOR- never "\ ON'T LET PEOPLE DOWN" HOUSEfj' ;8 e to the Housewife :
stayed in one place long the .; ..., ,_ r "';:..1 + H ,- a

enough''to qualify as a'voter.' No, Retreat, .from New Deal Objectives, ,Says the I :'

During the panic of 1837 Unrolling Tape. Scoring the | broken off the reel into the nee'I'I

Martin Van Buren could not' always President Attitude Toward ,Businessiip' sides of friction, tape with' an old dle, not the, loose end, and it

get his salary. .... razor blade:. or sharp pocket knife never: knot. When using double, I;
Woodrow Wilson and his wife ; ,, 1r'T: < : !:T:,,,5W 1iii1l will enable you 'to unroll it with- thread knot the two ends separately -

slept in Buckingham palace. : !. ,,' out tearing the<<, edges. -this prevents any tiresome II

Theodore ,Roosevelt, in com- "f: L- : ,* twisting and knotting.

menting,'on,living jn\ ',the White, : Growing' House Plants.-:.When' *
House, said: "You don't live ;
soil which, house 1
there. You're__only 'Exhibit A'to" ; I in plants are Don't. Burn the Cake.-Set an
potted becomes more like clay alarm clock to go off at the. time I
,the country. than loam it be lightened by,
- may when cakes, and roasts, are due
the first '
Andrew Jackson was i
adding sand to it. Plants grow to be finished. ,It can be heard all
territorial governor of Florida. .V best in this kind soil.
: over the house and acts, as a re
: Harding went di- '
Warren G. a '* minder to the busy housewife
United ,States
rectly from the Thread Needle This Way.Always who, intent,'on another;job, may
to'the White House.BOOKSPAMPHLETS
senate thread the end of cotton, have forgotten the time i


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a photograph of 'section of af- I

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SICK,RUNDOWN. Bad Blood. Constipat-1 i stamps or
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Avoid Haughtiness''' r-::: Please '''write' your name, ad- ':
In prosperity, and "events happening dress and 'number
pattern plainly. ,;
in conformity with our desires ,
Silk'',to feed'' anti-Japanese. bonfire 'flames is' being gathered from the'
rabov&all'"avoid pride;
disdain', let and'us haughtiness.-Cicero. 'shapely'I limbs of'girls at Vassar college,-,Poughkeepsie, ;N. y., where thedelegates' Used Ice 'to Light PipesBack I
third'' annual convention of the American Student Union
to the j'
in the earlier days of pho-
goods: Silk stock- :
staged a demonstration for a boycottagainst"Japanese, // tography, amateurs, occasionallymade

ngs,,shirts andneckties were burned. lenses of, ice, purely as a
3l 4' ?: stunt, and performed curious ex-
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W''IFE n periments with. them.A .
ONLY A4 :. CU' cJic/uuj
French- amateur in the winter
of, '1888 made lens of ice and
Men can never understand a three-quarter a ,
wife-a wife who is lovable for three weeks of e.SUMMARIZES'THE WORLD'S WEEK with it lit the pipes of some of
the month-but a hell-catthe fourth. Western Union.No .
.Q Newspaper '
No matter how your back aches-no matter' / 't 'skaters at one of the Alpine
how loudly nerves scream don't take it '
out on your husband. ',- New Deal RetreatREADING Secretary 'Ickes, the public works i 1
For three generations one-woman: has told, :, administrator, said the decision'' i At that he was not doing any- \

another Lydia E.how Pmkham's to; go,Vegetable"smiling through"Compound.with It [ his ,annual message, on would ,affect construction of 52 power -" 1623 ,.thing original but merely trying

helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessening : -, of the, nation before: I projects, ,costing $84,026,288 for to check up on experiments pre- ,
the discomforts from the functional dis- ,Rows, and rows .of flowers in all
and house at ,the opening viously performed in the Arctic
orders which'women must endure.' which his agency had allotted $30- colors of the rainbow-that's the : I
Pinkham's Make a c today note WITHOUT NOW to get FAILfrom a bottle your,of : ofcongress, President Roosevelt declaredj -. 191,944"as, loans to be' repaid and' feature of this' striking afghan by Dr. A., Scoresby, according to .
million' have his'purpose $21,674,408as federal column, 'i
druggist-more than a grants. which is the easiest thing
gayest, "
written in letters reporting benefit. 'to advance upon the The constitutionality of the "Fifty ;Years Ago. Scoresby used i
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S: ; out! You simply crochet it in
same' fundamentalS'of his lenses, burning glasses to '
as ,
COMPOUND?: activity was challengedby strips that are 7 inches ;wide, and, I
Deal that
the New the great astonishment of the sail-
the Alabama Power :
'' '
company ''
f have hitherto'' been'proposed. and theDuke:, Power.'company. ,They, do''the''flowers 'in scraps of yarn ors. ,They could not understand ,''I 7
I in three shades of color
Disturbance 'Checked or one
, He said: federal of, why the ice did not freezethe
to financing
sought enjoin
The 'serenity of the Wise' is" "I do not propose to, projects in four Alabama:municipalities for a lovely jeweled effect. Idealin beams of'the sun instead of starting ,i
'merely the -art of imprisoning down.. '' four-fold Germantown. Pattern1623'contains' ;II
let; the people, and at'Buzzard Roostin, Greenwood a smoldering fire. i l
'' ctions'for'
their agitation in the he rt:-La I am sure the, congress Carolina. complete ,dir II
county, South ,
Rochefoucauld. the United making 'the afghan;; illustra- Dr. Pierce's Favorite
of Justice, Sutherland: delivered th Prescription is a i
States will not' let; 'opinion of the court: 1 tonic which has been helping, omenof ,:r

the,people down. We all ages for nearly, 70 years. Adv. il
Protected Gold
,p A hold our principles
A Three Days' Cough
President: ,and* our, ,objectives: ': Farley Finds a, Surplus The :main part of the ',gold, depository The starving actor cried, "Give .

Is Your Danger Signal Roosevelt to be sound.We will JIM FARLEY' in ,his annual report -: built at Fort; Knox,' ,Ky:,' me bread, give 'me bread." And

never ,go back on I as ;ipostmast r general, was: is below the level of the ground the curtain came down with a roll.

No ,matter how many :medicines chest them." able, to show asurplus of,more than and the. vaults are guarded by A
tried for cough,
you cold,have or bronchial irritation your ,you can The President again urged congress 12 millions for his department., To_ every known'' scientific 'method' : SMALL SIZE X FI/X. LARGE SIZE

get relief now with Creomulsion., to enact legislation for toll do this, however, he deducted an expense protection, including a torch-proof] t Oc ." $1.20
Serious trouble may be brewing and trol; of wages and hours'of work. He item of about 60 million dol- wall and a photoelectric eye which I

,you cannot afford to take a thanCreomulsion ( asked 'that all'segments of' the nation ,lars, calling:it a "nonpostal" item. detects any intruder.

with any remedy, which less goes potent,'right' to, ,:co-operate with the governmentto ,He charged off the air and 'ocean Four gun turrets of steel and

the seat of,the trouble and aids na, ; ,achieve better economic balance. mail subsidies and all free mail. stone flank the structure which is RA"'O

ture to soothe and heal' the inflamed The budget, for 1939 which he was Dealing with the activities of the set within a; steel fenced inclosure. Brings Blessed Relief
membranes and 'to 'loosen preparing, he said, would show a, '
mucous postal inspection service, Farley Armed guards are on" duty from aches and pains of
and expel the germ-laden phlegm further decrease in the deficit
said the traffic1 in spurious lottery at' 'all times. The depository: is
have failed,
other remedies
not actual balance.
though an ,
tickets is believed to have been
"don't be discouraged,try Creomul-. manned with machine' guns and
sion. Your,druggist authorized to :Reasserting ,his'"approval, of proposed broken up with the arrest ,and con- other modern methods of defense a bottle and. Why LUMBAGOTry SuHer?
refund if 'ou"are not changes in tax'laws, he said: viction of band of racketeers in the
'your'money a ,Washington Star. '!I.' Iit'c{.I'J' 'N I L c'i:4-1 .J'1 "t
thoroughly'satisfied with,,the bene- I "Three things' should be ''kept in East who disposed of more'' than 10

fits' obtained, from,",the very ,first mind. First the total sum to be derived million dollars' worth of' such tick.
bottle. Creomulsion is word-not, '
two, and it has no one hyphen in it by the federal ,treasury must ets, in the last; few ,years.

Ask for it plainly;see that the name not be decreased as result of, any' -iC- .

on the bottle is Creomulsion, and.Iyou'll changes in schedules.' Second, Dies Wants Investigation @
,get,the genuine product, ,and abuses by individuals, or corporations -, 1
the relief,you want. (Adv.) designed, to escape ,taxpayingby MARTIN DIES, Democratic congressman ,
from Texas; wants -----
using various methods of doing

, ,- business.,corporate, and otherwise, congress to investigate the charges Virtuous in Youth Merry Souls

Muscular abuses which we have sought,.'with made 'by administration spokesmenthat Be, virtuous while you are Men's muscles move better

great success, to end-must not be _big business young;' and in ,your 'age you will when their souls are making merry -

Rheumatic, PainsIt restored. Third, we should .'rightly brought about the, be honored.-Dandemis. I music.
current economic
change certain''provisions' where I

takes more than "just'a salve" to they are proven. to ,work definite, recession in an effort ,
draw them out.It takes a "counter- hardship, especially on ''the small to discredit, ,the ":"

irritant" like good old Musterole 1usiness'irl. n"of' the nation."But New Deal. Dies referred'specifically -, y4 $ryA .

soothing" ;warming, penetrating income to .
and in drawing out the local speculative; should 4sr
helpful ,
what he called
'' ;,r
overearned' a
congestion and pain When rubbed on not' be'" favored ,income astounding charges' ; }
the aching spots ."
Muscular and his attitude toward by Robert
lumbago, soreness Speaking' '
stiffness generally yield promptly. the; nation's business as' a whole, son: assistant attorney -
Better than the old-fashioned mustard general, and
Mr. Roosevelt declared: __. _
:.u Loterior'Ickes. ;-'
plaster, Musterole has been Secretary of the In-
"The overwhelming majority of R. H. Jackson helps prevent ; helps end a
used by millions for 30 years. Recommended 9 v j
by many doctors and nurses. business men and bankers intendto The Texan asked for appointment many colds <': cold quicker o

All druggists'. In three strengths: be good citizens. Only a small of a committee of seven house wf.

Regular, Strength; Children's, (mild), minority' have, displaced poor citizenship members to determine "who'are the
and Extra Strong in
by engaging practices
monopolies 'or monopolists engagedin
which are, dishonest or definitely the'sitdown'strike to produce eco
harmful to society. This ,statementis '
nomic chaos" and to afford' Ickes Full derails of the Plan in each Vicks Package
Yo GAS, 'HEARTBURN? straightforward,and true. and Jackson an opportunity'to "vin "

Columbus Ga.Mrs..' ,"No person in any responsible dicate themselves, from the grave
:t' Clara Lisle 410 38th,St., place,in the government,of;the Unit- charges that they are demagogingto Importance of Duty Opportunity Created qf
..' .:i seemed says : "My upset stomach because ed States has ever ,taken any posi- arouse the hatred of the majority There is nothing on earth so Things don't turn up in this I
;r it." lowly, but duty giveth it impor- world until somebody turns them
"" .. of excess acidity. I never tion contrary to, against, the minority.
x;,,..' / J' felt weak.like.'I eating used:Dr.and Pierce's was so' Mr. Roosevelt declared that when .--+KWorst ,tr.nce.-Martin: Tupper. up.-Garfield.

?t.: \ Golden Medical, attention was called to specific mis- Year for Strikes
; and improve
my appetite uses of capital "there, has been a
: ; ) I was ever so much to'' 'the 'national la-
deliberate purpose'on the part of the ACCORDING
1" stronger and was able to
board the United Calotabs
without distressed Help NatureTo
eat being condemned minority to distort' the .
by gas." Ask your druggist';today criticism into an attack'' on all 'capi- States passed through the worst labor -
for it in liquid or tablets. in its ,in
,strike period history
tal. That is a willful deception
but it,does 'not long deceive." 1937 but the board believes the Throw Off ColdMillions
for 1938 much better.
prospects are a
He 'called for prompt agreementson '
MAGIC CARPETIt board revealed in secret
a farm program-now in con- The a report -

doesn't? matter what you're thinking of buy ference between the' house and sen-' that there ,"were 4,017 strikes have found in Calotabsa toxins. Second, Calotabs are
months of
ten 1937
ing-a bar pin or a baby grand. a new,suit ate-and asked specifically that con- during the first most valuable aid in the treat- diuretic to the kidneys, promoting

for the Junior best place or a to set start of dining.roomf your shopping urniture-tour is gress ,"keep the cost of its adminis- more than ever recorded'during any ment of colds. They take one or the elimination of cold poisons \
jo an eisy-chair. with an open newspaper. tration within the figure of current entire previous year, and that 56 per two tablets the first night and repeat from the blood. Thus Calotabs

The turn o f a page will carry you as swiftly I government expenditures in aid of cent, another all-time peak, were the third or fourth night if serve the double purpose of a
as the magic carpet of the Arabian'Nights '
from one end of the shopping district to the agriculture." 'caused through efforts by employees needed. purgative and diuretic, both of
other. You can rely on modern advertising to 'organize 'for collective How do Calotabs help nature which are needed in the treatmentof
Sal guide to good values you can compare Power,Loans O.K. bargaining., throw off a cold? First, Calotabsare colds.
prices and styles,fabrics '
and finishes just is
though you were standing in a store. Supreme court ruled the gov- It blamed the situation on refusal one of the most thorough and Calotabs are quite economical; Pte'
Make a habit of reading the advertisements could make loans and of employers to recognize rights of dependable of all intestinal elimi- only twenty-five cents for the : "
in this paper every week.They can save you nants, thus cleansing the intestinal family package, ten cents for the
under the
time,energy and money. grants for publicly owned electric workers to organize Wag. tract of the virus-laden mucus and trial package.-adv.)
plants ner labor relations act.


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UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL I- a $ K Wi 11 9 A Quiz With Answers llnde P .

I ': SUNDAY Lesson I ,ANOTHER on Offering Various Information Subjects S4: .


I : By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, 1. Why do stars seem to be to the scintillation arising from in- It's PerfectOld
Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof
! pointed? equalities of the earth's atmos-
t ti Chicago. folks find that the
Western Newspaper Union. 2. When did the White House receive phere. way to
kiiiabott this name officially? 2. The name "White House" be- escape boredom is to take a nap.
News is
Lesson for January 16 3. What is the curvature of the came official during the adminis- even more startling
when it is spread by gossips; but
earth per mile? tration of Theodore Roosevelt.

i Personal Indorsements. BEGINNING A LIFE OF SERVICE 4. What is the highest denom- 3. The earth's 'curvature per how reliable?

HOUSTON, TEXAS.-I used ination of postage stamp issued mile is approximately 8 inches. Dame Nature provides the materials '

pretty fair hand at LESSON TEXT-Mark 11428. by the United States?' 4. Five dollars. for the world's progress,

; indorsing things. But I ,realize GOLDEN TEXT-The time is fulfilled and 5. Is water in a pail perfectly 5. It is slightly concave, due to but man has to make the com
':.: the kingdom of God is at hand: repent ye. level at the top? binations.If .
now what a piker I was. I in- and believe the gospel.-Mark 1:15. capillarity and surface tension.
,PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus' First Helpers. 6. How long was the original 6. The runner who carried the people ,had acquired a taste
dorsed only one thing at a time. JUNIOR TOPIC-Why the Fishermen Followed Greek marathon race? message of Greek victory after for apple seeds, by this time apple -

),. For the present champions, I of- INTERMEDIATE Jesus. AND SENIOR TOPIC- Answers \ I the Battle of Marathon, traveled seeds would be as big as fil-
fer a suggestion. When that distin- Serving Now.YOUNG I berts.
1. ,Their apparent points are due about 24 miles.a .
guished world trav- .___ I PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- Saying wise thing is useless if

c,, eler ("Bringing Testimonials Adjusting Life to Service. the listeners are not wise.

Alive") and Back that The public ministry of our Lord More Jobs; Less Cost demand that today provides,jobs There's No EscapeThe

was not begun with any great fan- In 1906 the infant automobile for approximately 5,000,000 people ,
eminent movie star, question is not.is' life worth
t,. fare of Judea ,! has resulted in radically improved -
who lives in Holly- Leaving industry provided jobs, directlyor living, but how best to go through '
where the entrenched forces of cars and has reduced the .
wood right next to indirectly for about 80,000 people with it.When. !
Live Reading Mat- { > formal religion had joined the and what today would be con- price to where'' one out of each unskillful people try to.

ter and is authoress forces of sin and degradation in opposition sidered inferior cars, sold for five people in the nation can, employ tact it turns out to be

of "Miss Colddeck to him, and which had $5,000 and up. Advertising created and does, own a car. flattery.
brought about the of
:; Recommends, get
:: through indorsing John, our Lord appears in his home

... country, Galilee.I. .
'(:' .i.1"f :
practically every-

f: .:',;:. thing else, let them Irvin S. Cobb Preaching the Gospel (vv. 14, -
:' "71-\ then club in and attain -, 15, 21, 22).
:':,'-;' ,I"? the very highest peak of in- His first activity is worthy of ;

; 'J dorsementology by jointly indorsing careful note, for it is not exactly

'1:;; the famous society queen who has what' one, might expect in this Gos- hp l&t

S". .' indorsed more products than they pel of Mark, which we have already

;:." even, or anybody. characterized as the Gospel of

k' mighty deeds rather than of words. 3 "
Irium Contained in BOTH Pepsodent Powder
Jesus came to work miracles, and
Lr.. Noted Ancestors. and Pepsodent Tooth Paste
he did work them, and continues to

p- 0 N THE little HoggDicksonranch do the miraculous even in day.It ,
Mexico- our r Thanks to "The Miracle of Irium", containing Irium have captured America!
at Casa Blanca,
is therefore
,. significant that his smiles reveal teeth that And
.. Pepsodent glisten Pepsodent containing Irium is
:: onlySOO.OOOacres met the caporal, first
and work was that of {??/ and gleam with all their glorious natural Safe!Contains NO BLEACH, NO GRIT,
f head of the herd one
or man, cow
:: preaching, his second:that of calling
radiance 1 Use this modernized dentifrice NO PUMICE. It reveals natural, pearly
famous as a rifle-shot, an upstand-
and preparing fellow workers, and $ twice -and brilliance in record time .
f Mexican but I fan- .a day you'll quickly appreciate leaves your
': ing, clear-eyed last of all
the miraculous 'S.
healingof %
why Pepsodent Paste and Powder mouth refreshed, tingling I
cied, with some faint indefinable sug- the demoniac.
gestion of the Anglo-Saxon in his
From a. human viewpoint one
'S. facial contours. However, his name, would think that the opposite order i iI '

as I caught it, was pronounced "Er would prevail. First let the Mas- Greatest Ornament greatest ornament, and,he always I i I I One Right \cleanl'I:

'(' nesto Boo-na," which, to my alien ter do some mighty miracle to catch The modern,majesty consists in I I consults his dignity by ,doing it.- If it is right there !

1;, ears, sounded Latinesque enough the attention of the people, then or- frork. What a man can do is his Carlyle. I I way.-Theodore i iI
:,, for all purposes. I
::1'1 ganize a great "party, and then I I
.' He knew no English, yet, when I preach. Much of the so-called evan-

; :" mentioned Kentucky-a thing I've gelistic effort in 'our day follows that ': k ?? 2C '' ,. 'r'n.,"+:.?..

"-t J been known to do before-he human formula and fails of lasting

.';: poured out rippling flood of Span- results. Observe the man who magnifies -

o ish. Louis Kresdorn, the Texas-born %r.? '
preaching and gives the Wordof +.N%: .K.' :Srarlw :: : 'Yrr..9i
.. manager, translated: God pre-eminence, and, you will --

)' "Ernesto says he has heard of a see real spiritual accomplishments.Jesus RuN UPSTAIRS AND 'BAH! SUCH;. TIME TO S YELLING/ !' TELL MOTHER

i\;: far-away place called Kentucky. Ac- preached faith and repent- TELL DADDY JfE'DBErrER' (APPINESS! ;: : GET UP I'LL GET UP WHEN 1 FEEL '

,": cording to a legend in his family, ance, or perhaps one should 'say GET UP.
his great-great-grandfather once repentance and faith (v. 15). Theygo IT'S LATE ?NOSE /COME MOTHER MEAD ACHES AGAIN 7W/S/

lived there-was muy valiante, muy together in our:Lord's preaching.Let SAYS IT'SA10RNINGl! .

;' vivo, and was the nephew: of an even us follow his example.We LATE

greater Gringo warrior who drove read in verse 2 that the hear- t UPSTAIRS < ,'' '-, cv
the savages before him like tumble- ers were astonished because he r'' 5EFORE 7HEYx ; "wx

r.'p. d"; before a wind." spoke with authority. They had been

t.h So I saw a light and I inquired accustomed to hearing the law-

; how Ernesto spelled his last name yers dispute on the basis 'of the

-he spelled it the orthodox way. I authority of the law, now the law-

I .' So, as members of the same stock, giver himself stood in their midst.

a pioneer ancestress of mine having He did not set aside the law, but he { } r/I rI.N r

married a kinsman of the great gave it an interpretation and direc- y

\: pathfinder, I held a reunion with this tion which surprised them.II. Y.

I>/ mighty huntsman. Calling Disciples (vv. 16-20).

;:..,,.. The orderly development of any
t r"' work calls for the choosing and 4 :
., training of associates. Moody is oy J a
a .:' '' I LIKE dachshunds. They've more said to have observed that "it is a c
't, of humor than I.K
: sense anything
. greater thing to put ten men to
. ;:, ever saw that came out of Prussia. work; than it is to do ten men's MOW GET OUT OF MERE AND V WWERE'S '

, { '. : I always figured the breed was pro- work." Our Lord was no mere human LET /ME ywe A Lime oy/er// ) A1V COFFEE'SWA4V BUT DEARYoU

; .::., duced by crossing a rat terrier on leader, but he desired and i DQMT WANT /uy BREAKFAST / /SAJTT MUSTN'T DRINK 'SO

, r.,.:,' a German compound verb, and-I used fellow-workers and he committed ANYIA/AV// :. y < / READY? MUCH COFFEE! youCOFFEENERVES
.. -
\: still believe could combine KNOW
you usefulness -
to them the
of his
./j" with their natural -
comedy -
_; ,
, work after he
d f'-: .:" by training them to retrieve collar ft UEADAO4ES
God still
, calls men into his
": serv-
, ;ii/-? buttons from under low bureaus.
> ice. Would that grace might be
:.::1 q;$' I indorse the phrase of the math- given to each one to whom such a
: ..' ematical who said dachs-
: \ sharp a call may come to respond "straightway -
.;:'-', hund was half a dog high and a dog did
as the disciples. The Y
;.'-/ and a half long, but I claim Captain writer has M'y '
just read the letter of a n ur.ry o qr'; O ,
Mike Hogg's chauffeur, Mose, JoY
heart-broken man who has refusedto .tiff h
coined the best description yet. ,
answer God's' call for
5 5 long
5, 5 When Mrs. Hogg brought home 'the
years, and now comes with a broken
first Mose beheld his %' V
one ever eyes Q JN
bulged out like twin push-buttons. body which may hinder his useful- o'a
ness for life. Such tragedies
"Lawsy,. Miss Alice!" he ex- be averted by prompt and willing may i; : r
claimed, "whut is this here thing? obedience.III. .
"It's a dog." '
Healing the Demoniac
' "Wellum said Mose "if (vv.
; you 23-28).
'::.' hadn't told me, I'd 'a' said it wasa

snake on roller skates." Three things stand out in this 75 DOCTOR TDLD YOU TO BREAKFAST IS RE4DY DEAR! w.v...,, .,. :. ,....:
story. first is that the
Son of
God has
power over the demons of DRIAJK POS7UA1 INSTEAD! // I MU/ ,, MAN! UP EARLY
( '
: Hunting in Texas.
; Satan.
Any effort to "fight the Dev- EVERY MORNING,
WAS raining hard the ,
IT so even il" in our own power is foredoomedto IT? KEEP 3 MAPPY AS v ?n
seagulls were trying to get in the failure. But in the of
name Jesus QUBT'GLOOMS / /
. ;:; f h .., GREAT
: clubhouse. So the ducks went ,
away Christ
we bid him
' may depart fromus. SINCE
: '
': : somewhere, out of the weather. So Thank God, it works! :';

5'' ;) : the hunters, who were less intelligent The other thought is also of vital 1 WE'RE :swrrcwEDToPOSTUM
"1'r ._ than the ducks, came back
import. The
demons recognizedJesus LICKED.rfr. AND GOT
'' j ": from the, blinds dripping like so they knew that he was "the !t n > /, RID/ 0141.5fQs /
" leaky hot water bottles. "
many Holy One of God"
(v. 24), and they
" 'j After being bailed out, we sat bore public testimony of that fact. : ,

.; down to vittles-nothing unusual, And yet they were demons, the ene-
&':.V just the customary club dinner.. All mies of God. Saving faith in the 41
.: .
: we found on the menu was beef Lord Jesus Christ is
more than a
; 2' hash, duck stew, liver and onions, t i
S knowledge of his claims,. a pious /
country smoked sausage and home- repetition of his name even though
made headcheese, also hot biscuits it be done in
'" public. Let us make ;rf271.
corn pones and rice cakes; likewise rd .
I sure that we have a living faith in -
turnip greens, rice, sweet potatoes the Son of God.

: squash, snapbeans and eye hominy; Our final observation is that
:" moreover, six kinds of pickles
Lord did not '
permit the
:;ik" preserves, jellies and jams; besides testify demons to ,'YoU :MoNEY BACK."" .." purchase price, plus postage! (If you live in Canada, ad-
stewed pears, apple pie, papershell concerning him. Christ and ;//F SWITCHING TO PoSlJAf''*< dress General Foods, Ltd., Cobourg, Ont.) -
his church do not need the flattering 5 C.Ij.YOU"Jf Postum contains no caffein..It is simply whole wheat
:':; pecans and various fruits. Then Do.f? ";:
.\ words or the financial support of: and bran, roasted and slightly sweetened. It comes in
I Jacob Smothers
Mrs. the club host-
unbelievers. Every time two forms...Postum Cereal, the kind you boil or percolate -
',.". ess, came in to say that, if anybody them we weaken we accept can safely drink coffee. But many others .. .and Instant Postum, made instantly in the cup.
.! in the future craved anything spe- our testimony and MANY all children-should never drink it. If you suspect Economical, easy to make, delicious, hot or iced.
cial, she'd try to fix it up-and won- make ourselves ridiculous before that the caffein in coffee disagrees with you...try You may miss coffee at first, but you'll soon love
dered why such of her gorged guestsas the world. If unbelievers think well Postum's 30-day test. Buy some Postum and drink it instead Postum's own rich
weren't of Christ let them show their sin- of coffee for a full month.' flavor. A product of
too far gone uttered feeble cerity by seeking him If..after 30 days..you do not feel better, return the General Foods. (This DON'T BE A b
laughter. as Saviourand offer expires July 1,
.J Postum container top with your name and address to 6LOOM DRINK
'' IRVIN S. COBB. Lord. Then both they and their General Foodc, Battle Creek, Mich., and we will refundCopr. 1938.) .< ,. J
Copyright.-WNU Service. gifts will be acceptable and to hi? .117.Klac F..tur. Srodlc.U.G. /. Cars..Lie*.." PaSTUMI




the water." I est truck growing areas, the Man- ed from the winter quarters of ''Vor i
The Clewiston News I :"'J'\t
I After that harrowing recital, we, atee County Fair at Bradenton of- Ringling Brothers and Barnum and J. S. CAMPBELL
fers attractive of fruits Bailey at Sarasota help add'color
.... almost packed up and moved from! displays ,
and vegetables.The to the occasion. Luckless candi-
Jeweler & WatchmakerAll
] '
Published every Friday in Clcwiston a region so dangerously infested. I
riorida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. But then, we reasoned with ourselves tourist or visitOl'attending: dates in .fantastic garb are dragged.
Inc. | if we've lived here and one or all of the above mentioned'I through 'the streets, roped and Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
3 wandered about In the woods as events might be inclined to feel branded like cattle; Simon Legree
KI2ATIIM2Y' IIOWDIXV, Editor much as we have for most of our that the Florida State Fair could with black snake whips keep the Optical Repairs "---

1 adult lives, without being exposedto offer little more in:. the form of culprits in line. AT CHRISTIAX'S BARBER SHOPCounselor
Entered as second class mall matter any of those dangers, maybe exhibits and entertainment. But they Reaching the grandstand on the
February J, 1927 at the Post Office in we're Immune. will find the big show goes far Fair Grounds, the victims are cast
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of
March 3. 1897.Subscription. beyond the fields covered by these in the lion's den, burned at the
) The Clewiston Inn is now a other interesting events and takeson stake and buried alive, to the delight -

Hate $2.00 Per Year.AcUertliinc skeleton. The steel work has been the aspect, of a great national and amusement of howling J. ftl. CQUSE

:: hates On Application. erected "to a point where the aver- exposition with twenty-two new and spectators.It '.
and at Law
age layman can look it over and modern exposition buildings jam- will be a gay period in Tampa Attorney
visualize the walls and the completed med full of displays of tropical and from January 25' to February 5th. Hopkins Building
Devoted to the advancement and wel-
sub-tropical fruits, vegetables, hay,
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.l building. We understand the and
dining room and kitchen portion is grain and forage crops, a gigantic SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS Wednesdays Saturdays
I in line to be completed first. That's, poultry show, a splendid cattle SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAH 9:30 to 4:00
SO THIS IS FLORIDA t as it should be. The way to 'a man's' show, school exhibits, women's

I'heart is through his stomach. work, a marvelous flower show, a
"So This Is Florida" is the title Clewiston does need a downtown honey show the famed Florida Na-

of a book just released by the JohnH. ( place where a lot of people can eat tional Exhibits as staged so suc-

Perry Publishing Company of I I at one time. The whole populace cessfully in Chicago, New York ,and Report of the Condition of
Jacksonville. Written by Frank I misses the convenience of the Inn, Cleveland, the cigar industries exhibit -I
Parker Stockbrdige and John H. and is looking forward eagerly to and many others-most of THE FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON
Perry the book is a worthy successor the completion of the lovely new them occupying an entire building.
to the "Florida In The ,Mak I building. While the fair itself presents Clewiston, Florida :

ing" of ten years ago. -- enough in the form of artistic ex-
A preview edition of the volume Over at the engineer office a hibits and unique displays ,to require RESOURCES

reveals it was carefully preparedand well-known bachelor figure this I 'several days' time, if the visitor Loans and Discounts, ..._..........._................___..............__.$ 70,422.92
profusely illustrated with 'pho- I'week celebrated the 7th anniversaryof wishes to see it all there is United States Government Obligations-Direct 'and

tographs taken in all sections of his entrance into Clewiston. Co sufficient additional amusementand Fully Guaranteed ...._......'__.........__.....___..__.........._... 68,900.00
the state. The authors visited this ca-colas were in order, even for the entertainment to keep one in County and Municipal Bonds ___._........_......._.............. 32,480.00All
and the number I Other Bonds, County School Warrant _...:..._._..... 3,433.19 Ii
section in connection with visiting reporter, I the city or on the fair grounds for
the pre- Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures ....._........._.... 5,177.84 i:
paration of the book a few months of people who hoped to see the I the entire 11-day period Other Real Estate Owned ......_.......__...._.._____........___... 6,824.01 ,. : ,i
ago and their' chapter on the Ever- "Skipper" celebrate, 7 more such The peak, of course, is the fam- Cash on Hand and. Due from Banks .................._...... 152,430.08 :i
glades section is a true picture of anniversaries, probably didn't disgust ed Gasparilla parade and; pageant, I:

conditions. If the accuracy with the, popular gentleman as to be staged this year on Monday, TOTAL ......... _.......................$ 339,668.04 'i''
which this section Is treated is much as he pretended it did. January 31, when the burly pirate LIABILITIES
found throughout the book (and If he could stand this for seven krewe Bay to Capital Stock Paid In, Common .....---...-... __..__...-.__.._.$ 15,000.00 ::
sails up Tampa cap- Surplus Fund ..._____.._____....._...___..__._.....______.._..__.._______... 20,000.00 .;
.as far as we can learn the entire ( he quarrelled) he had
years so, ture the city and parade its streetsto
I Undivided Profits (Less Expenses and Taxes Paid) 5,321.19: 'i j
volume is'equally accurate)) the no fear for the hereafter. ,And everyone the fair'' grounds where, beforea Reserve Fund ....v.. "..--...............--.......-..-......-......--....... 16000.00 "
book is one which presents a true chuckled, knowing how packed grandstand, half a hundred DEPOSITS: '
picture of the current Florida. much he really enjoys life. magnificent' floats pass the reviewing Individual Deposits Subject to Check $ 186695.19' .

Among the pictures is one of th'e I stand and in a ,brilliant Savings Deposits .....\..r..._.........____._..._.... 57.00 '
Clewiston, house taken at f At the office we were regaled the surrenders the State, County and Municipal Deposits 96,377.65
sugar ceremony mayor Cashier's Checks ......._.....__.__......__..._.... 233.01
night.: Other views are of outdoor with a new story, _: The lady who city to the invaders.Of TOTAL DEPOSITS ....__...:..............____..._................ 283,346.85 : '
scenes in the section. drove up to a traffic light, and equal interest, and attracting

We are pleased to have been per- stopped. There she sayed though almost as many spectators, is the TOTAL .____.......__..___........._....:............_..._...__$ '339668.04 fl:
mitted to peruse the book prior toils the light, turned red, yellow, green, great Shrine celebration and cere- U. S. Government and Other Securities carried at $66,500, 'JI
and then again red, yellow, green. are, pledged to secure Public Deposits and for other purposes, as '
appearance on the book stands, monial. Notables from all over the "I
commend it to Florida I The patient cop, who tried alwaysto United States in mad of required by law. '
and we res- join a day STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY OF HENDRY, SS: ,i
idents and friends of the state be polite, stalked over beside fun and frolic; downtown streetsare tl"
I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier of the above-named Bank, do ,
the car: "What's the matter, lady? roped off and beginning at 9 1 solemnly swear that the above statement is true to I the best of my .
Ain't we got any colors you like?" in the morning throngs of laughing knowledge and belief, and that it is in response to official notice ii f.:
elsewhere.:0. spectators stand for hours to watch to report by the Comptroller of the State of Florida. i,!'
:N: the antics that attend the proper f'I[
..N1lfsltiUA111161DD\ !llUla0111IlIA'J, CORRECT ATTEST: "'::'
of candidates who laterIn
RAMBLINGS ., Too Late To the day will be required to trav- )i C.R. C.V. KURTZ PARKINSON, _'',:i\\:

<, ClassifyBy et} across the hot sands. C. L. DOWNS, Directors. i:1

":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:-:+:-:.: .. 'I Amusing and entertaining beyond Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of January, rf
I ': ssell Kay, description is _the big Shrine 1938. ,
The busiest man in Clewiston I parade which is. staged at noon. (SEAL) JEWEL HOOKER Notary Public. ":
this week was 'E. M.. Cornette, genial -' 1URUltfll flD61fI1ClOftUliif.(.t16I Elephants and camels as well as My commission expires, Oct. 14, 1941.

manager of the Hendry County With the Pinellas County Fairat I much circus paraphernalia, borrow- '1d,
Motors. Both the Motors and the I ::11
Largo and the Hardee County -
Cornette family moved into'new
Strawberry Festival at Bowling
"homes this week, and if think I
I I Green in progress this_ week, the :
that is any fun, try it yourself. Manatee County Fair at Bradenton :

Formal opening of the new Ford I[and the Florida Orange Festival at ,I 1 .a ,l i !

dealer's building on Sugarland I Winter Haven scheduled for next
Highway will be held after the week, and the great Florida State I
completion of the installation of I I Fair and Gasparilla Carnival open- :,

service station fixtures at the front I ing .at Tampa January 25 for 'a '
of the building. I run of eleven days, Florida tour- D II
ists and winter visitors will find i 'Q: Y ..

1 Clewiston .was on e air on Monday plenty to interest and entertain :I
when State Radio StationWIIUF them for the next few weeks. .
at Gainesville, paid tribute I D
: >
While all of these events are
to Clewiston on its second programof I I '
more or less similar in, character, I II
salutes to Florida cities. The presented in a fair and 'carnival : VT .- ?
data for the broadcast was pre-I I setting, there is' enough difference ;.. a 1

pared by J. E. Beardsley, secre- In each to make it well worth whileto : b 'iL "
tary of the Clewiston Chamber of attend them all. : .,'

Commerce, and is being reproduced "t e .
of the finest
Ranking as one f }f++' r.r .
for the benefit of y:
in paper county fairs in the country, the I
who to tune in and
those forgot I
Pinellas Fair at Largo attracts visitors -
who still want to know what went from all sections of the west ,a 34tJ.wg
out over the ether concerning luscious
coast. At Bowling Green the -
Clewiston.The strawberry provides a back-
reception was good, bothin ground for a delightful and pleas- IP'MWIg;
the loudspeaker and in the minds ing celebration. 7 CHEOLET
or'those in who thought
listening The ,Florida Orange Festival at
that Clewiston was well'portrayed Winter Haven is state-wide in

in the shot message.On : scope, is unique and different from

anything else in the festival line,
a recent trip from LaBellewe a marvelous and glorious displayof

saw men, who from their appearances citrus fruits, and 'products that
we judged to be con- covers all phases of this great in-

nected with the cattle industry, dustry. The fruit exhibits, arrangedby
setting fire to the grass in a field experienced artisans, make the

adjoining the highway. The field great citrus pavillion appear as a P
was fenced, so it was doubtless horticultural fairyland. { !

their own pasture land and their Housed in new exposition ,build-
own business if they chose to fireit Ings, the show itself is outstand-
but we could not help but stopa ing but it is only one feature of Check the low' delivered prices ofYou'll Building six atC lines
of trucks and commercial -
minute and shed an imaginary the'week's festivities: street parades -
tear at the ensuing loss of trees. and pageants, selections I of JUS "e I ,. cars, in five separate wheelbase .
The field was well timbered with Florida's Orange Queen: pickingand n t w R 0 Ls tb.T Tn U K S models lengths, Chevrolet,"with thirty-one offers trucks basic
small ; pines and would probably packing contests, a baby chow, ,
for trade. All models ,
suffer ,the loss of 25 % of its trees kiddies' parade, daily programs' .' save in all ways with Chevrolets I modern-to-the-mlnute every and bring'are

in the fire.A presenting the finest in outdoor
you the most efficient service available
entertainment, and of course the "THE THRIFT-CARRIERS FOR THE NATION( today in the lowest price range.
newly released "educational midway with the latest in shows, Test these new trucks at
' film" shown in Tampa' last week: rides and amusements for the fun- Save on purchase price..Save on gas and oil.Save on upkeep Chevrolet dealer's, and prove your that

described the Florida cattle industry. lovers. they give more pulling power for
:. The scenery was accurate the Brilliant and colorful is the an- less money.
,coSvboys' genuine, but the narrative nual Queen contest, which is held 4 r e General Motors Instalment Plan-Conimlenl, ,
," Economical Monthly Payments. A General
w t. t s. r'
accompanying it was somethingelse. on the festival grounds the open- Motors Value. ._
Describing the cowboys as ing night. The 'fairest daughtersfrom e e CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION
working in maddening heat", the Florida's citrus growing areas, 4, tx 1) General Motors,Sales MICHIGAN CorporationDETROIT '

narrator drew freely on his im- sponsored by civic clubs and other

agination to describe the horrors of organizations, parade in evening
being a Florida cowboy-the num- dress before the judges' stand
erous rattlesnakes, the almost im- while delegations from the sections
Clewiston Motor Co.
penetrable jungle (didn't know they represent 'applaud their favor-
cows ever herded into jungles) the ites as the pass in review.
thousands of reptiles, the clawing Entirely different in characterand I
thirst, the blistering sun and even designed to present the pro- I

"the jrfoon burns Its."reflection. '\ Int9 ducts of one of the state's rich. ., \ .


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:' ,-I' IININIMI/11N. .N N N N.N.N.NININININ NIMIN. .NNININH. "N)' MRS. PERRY, :MRS.: LAMER Coach Morrison has been absent said to be bringing In about 15 tables for display, after contacting

; 'y"r. ) I HOSTESSES TO LADIES AID since the Christmas holidays, being trucks to be- used on the job. WhileIt Grover C. Hodge, county agent.

_. Personal Mention =i= confined in a St. Petersburg hospital is understood they are furnish- Last year Hendry lost the Blue

I recuperating from an operation ing their own key men, some local Ribbon for first
x . . I Mrs. J. H. elected prize by only one
. Doty
" 1.M.NIN. .N.N.N.N.NON. .NIN. '....0.N.N.M.M.NININ. .NN. .N.N.11.N.1 of the Ladies Aid Societyto secretary -I for removal of the appendix. labor will be used. point, and this year it is hoped

:/'. He wrote Mr. Herring to schedule this country will off the
: Cecil Warren of Miami spent I succeed Mrs. B. E. Herring who I carry Blue
both boys and girls practice before Ribbon.
, Tuesday on business here. resigned. The election occurred at Dr. Bourne Is- .
".,'' I the regular January meeting of the game, as he expects to be hereto There will be individual prizes

J : Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg the Society which was held Thurs- help with a little last minute given for bread, cakes, pies, con-
coaching before the first of (Continued From Page 1)
: :-were visitors Sunday in West Palm day afternoon at the home of Mrs. game fections, candied citrus fruits, pre-
,. :Beach. W. W. Perry with Mrs. Perry the season. the patents are proven to be the served fruits and relishes, catsup,

and Mrs. Lanier joint hostesses. property of the state, any producermay embroideries, cut work, crochet

; fi 0 Miss Betty McDonald was called Mrs., E. C. Mills, president, appointed HARLEM: SCHOOL NOTES use the cane varieties without and knitting, quilts, etc. There

' .z,:. ,to Jacksonville Monday, on account a committee to make plans I Harlem Academy wishes to any question of royalties being paidto will be prizes for livestock, cattle,

4 of the illness of'her sister. for a rummage sale, which will be thank, all that contributed funds anyone. swine sheep or goats, and poultry,
'J Judge Whitehurst, in taking the chickens, ducks
given by the geese and turkeys
Society this
year in I for the Roseuwald Library. We are
' .l, ,_::,,- \ Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs were place of the oyster supper which is asking friends to give us any discarded case under advisement, stated that besides eggs and honey.

;', Saturday visitors in West PalmS usually; given in January; Mrs. C. L. books to add to our library. he wished more time to study the i ,

." ,.j',: Beach. Downs, Mrs. Joe Robbins, Mrs. W. Please notify us' and we will be laws involved and to peruse several i SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS
J documents introduced in the testi-
H. Lanier and Mrs.
Foy Durrenceare glad to come for them.
Mrs. E'M.. Cornette and little on this committee. .Thanks, mony. I

daughter, Sue, spent Friday in A study; class was organized I A. A. Thomas. I The" state was represented by I I

:,: 'Tort Myers. I,under the direction of Mrs. Joe John L. Graham: : Tallahassee attorney L. B. Mershon I
y and Dr. Bourne by R. E.
' -
:. Robbins. Florida State Fair,
25 Kurtz of Fort Myers. AGENT
LaBelle was a i
. '. i R. N. Miller of .
Attending the
meeting were Mrs.J. .
Tues Among the witnesses were Dr.
, .' business, visitor in Clewiston E. Beardsley, Mrs. A. C. Brewer Has Many Attractions R. V. Allison, head of the chemis-I New York Life

::" day. ___ I JMrs. W; B. Cate, Mrs. Foy Dur- .. try and soils department of the
c.1 rence, TVIrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. Glen \ University of Florida Prof. 'Harold Insurance CompanyARCADIA
R. ;
.; : Mrs. Campbell E. Nail, Mrs. I
L. R. Oliphant I Etherton, Mrs. J. ,V. Ezelle, Mrs. The Florida State Fair will pre- Maury, assistant director of the
and Mrs.
: Wilson H. R. Hall, Mrs. B. E. Herring, sent ,an exceptionally brilliant array state agricultural experiment station ,
visitors in Fort Myers.
:<;.5: were; Friday Mrs., M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. O. ,A. of midway attractions at Tampa ; F. D. Stevens, sugar cane agronomist -

i) Jones, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. E. this year and outstanding is a pa- of the Everglades Experi-
r{ .' JMr. and Mrs. C. B. Baldwin and C. Mills Mrs. W. C rade of education fun NORGB REFRIGERATORS
; r- ,: rela- : Owen, and thrillsto ment Station, Dr. G. B. Sartoris,
; \.; little daughter are visiting Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. Joe be presented January 25 to Feb- senior pathologist at the Canal Furniture and Home Furnishings

{4 \i.-*. "'" lives in Jacksonville. I If bins, Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. A ROb-j ruary 5 inclusive. !i Point federal experiment station,

ViVJn!) I Broadfoot, Mrs. W. H.: Lanier, Stars of the portable amusement I Dr. Thomas Begger, plant physiologist PHILCO RADIOS

f: .\ Mrs. R. C. Nowling visited' her F. Deane Duff, Mrs. C. L. Downs, world, made famous at the Chicago Dr. J. ,R.' Neller, biochemistand Household i

?,(r:$% parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. O'Steen Mrs. C. M. Allen, ,Mrs. Joe Cato, I World's, Fair, Texas Centennial, Pa- Cecil Russ, mechanic, all of FurnishingsInc.

7-: : in,. Fort Myers Tuesday. Mrs. C. M. Jarvis, Mrs. H. Guthrie, cific Coast Exposition and Great I the Everglades Experiment Station .
lVr .' Mrs. H. C. Jones, Mrs. G. H. Bel- Lakes P. G. of-
I Exposition, will be among and Bishop, formerly an
;r..,., 'Bill Lockhart and R. George are. lamey, Mrs. H. V. (Briant, Mrs. I them. The display and exhibit build- ficial of the Southern Sugar Corporation BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA

r,':! 5 spending this week in Fellsmere Flora Dean and Mrs. :Martha Lude-I' ings will present the most complete .
kins. [
::,\( on business. array of Florida's progressiveness I I ICNANC

,' in the history of this annual event. I Kiwanis Official- -

Mrs. Cecile Brooks of Moore Ha-I ms. BESTOR ENTERTAINSWITH On the midway, provided by Royal -

l S ven visited Mr. and ,Mrs. Walker TEA FOR VISITORS American Shows, will be 24 tent I RENT RECEIPTS
Nail Sunday. / theater attractions, 22, thrilling ride (Continued From Page 'One)

--- Mrs. H. A. Bestor entertainedwith devices and a score of special fea)I weekly cards_ of the laborer and : Ql i
tures. The overhead illumination(! make the necessary deductions for I -
Mr.. and Mrs. Nelson Coryell of a tea, Fridayafternoon for '
system operated by this midway is cash advanced or any deductions
Lake Worth were guests this week Mrs. R. W. Watson and 11rs.V:
which were punched on the card
known throughout the North American
of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rosenberg. W. Swoope of Columbus, Mississippi -
I show world the most brilliant from day to day.
who 'Mr. -
visiting .and Mrs.
and elaborate in the business. The machines simplify the work] :I
W. C. Prewitt I
and Mr. and Mrs. II
';, Mrs. J. A. McGehee 'is attendinga M. M. Piewitt. !Eight towers, each equipped with of gathering the information of II I

meeting in Fort Myers today of two score flood lights, down large groups of individuals and
The included
guests the honorees t
,q, ,_ I the members of the state welfare Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Swoope, Mrs.R. ., more than 1,000,000- candlepower are used by the government-in I ( I
board for district 8. illumination on the wood chip car census work, etc., and by large I I
.- Y. Patterson, Miss Jean Patterson -
peted of thrills and excite- corporations. The manufacturersof PI. NIt
Mrs. O. ,
F. Schiffli
r S Richard L. :Mos hette of Baton ment. the machine do not offer them OUR
} I D. Duff, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.F. .
arrived inS for sale, they simply lease themto
Louisiana, has
i Rouge, M. Wright, Mrs. F. I. Hill and All Modern Units I
Clewiston and is associated with i the customers. The manufacturers -
Mrs. C. L. Downs.SCHOOL., These units extreme
lighting are -
, S the U. S. Engineer office. I I are represented in 82 differ-
; I
ly modern. Show officials claim
I ent nationalities, said Mr.. Lakin", is as simple as it sounds,

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gonterman I ....................................................................................................... the they amusement are the only business.such They"originated devices in- who displayed cards made by their down too. All payment.Then you need is a the modest balance -
machines in Chinese French and
of. Petersburg are in Clewiston II. ,
: I. in Tampa and were, built list is spread over a period,
Gonterman's father other languages for
I), visiting Mrs.!; NEWS j year in winter quarters at a cost numerous repayable monthly just like
customers in those nations.
Mr. Bryant. rent. No bother-
worry, no
\ in of $250,000, Royal
excess -
\ Two of, these machines are in and have something to
Bernice O'Neal ..............._..._.__ Edito Show officials said. ( you
show for
Miss Janet Ruby returned to operation in Miami, and, it is believed your money.
Billie Hooker ... ...__ electric
.n. Ass't Editor The generators are diesel,, smallor
Tampa this week after a pleasant are the only other ones in I Whether your income is
Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor : and each one is fitted snugly I large, can find the
visit with Miss Beth ,Nail and Mr. the state. you
into a heavy wagon. Towers 80-feet exact' home for the amount
and Mrs. Walker Nail. II .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.(..:..:..:..:. high rise above each of the wagons Three: of the machines were installed -i you can afford monthly. ,If
in the late summer of 1937in
you want to build, use our
Mrs.. M. H. Crouch and :Mrs. 1st. Grade reading honor roll- I with crow's nests of a sea-going the local offices of the United Home Owners' Consultation

SN; Hansel McDuffie returned Sunday Oliver Martinez, Jack :Martinez,i likeness for workmen and three States: Sugar corporation. Service for ideas-without
I banks of flood lights, aimed at the
obligation. Learn now how
Junior Martinez ,
from a week's visit with relativesin Marjie McCracken -
Geor- Lena May Johnson amusement avenue, below. I easily you can own your homeat
.Abbeville and Sycamore I Hendry Co. ExhibitAt favorable prices.
.. Those on the sick list include More than ,50,000 feet of color- present
gia. Y
Jack Martinez, Junior Martinez, I ful neon decorative illumination Ft. Myers Fair

If";'y:: Miss Mattie B. Vertrees of Moore June Colyer, Lena May Johnson, turn: the otherwise brilliant midway -
working Robert Wiandt, Floyd Phillips and into an appealing spectacle of
c': <. Haven was here Tuesday I Clewiston Federal
; Norwood Norton. ight. These delicate glass tubes will make
I1-y': on applications for old age pen- i county an ex-
s ; ', sions. Miss Vertrees is field worker ''Lena" May Johnson spent Wednesday -:' festoon the midway from its four hibit'at tha coming Southwest Flor- and Loan
\ !: for the State Board of Social in Fort Myers. i giant highspeed'ferris wheels to ida Fair to be held February 8
"SlmsJ I' the very tops of the towers which, to 12 inclusive at Fort Myers.;
7 ne"I
;; : Welfare. I
; ; :: AssociationModerate
: (A poem by 1st Grade) 1 I incidently, ,are ,studded with bright Farmers and growers of the coun-

q >::;>.( ', Miss Lois Prince of Okeechobee O Mister, Mister Sunshine I red aviation signals of warning., ty are urged to send in a collec-

, ;,J:''.:r- '. spent the. week-end: in Clewiston I Why don't you shine today? I I Four warship searchlights, fam- tion of their, finest ,fruits and vege- J

" ;; )_:,;>:,;,:,' with her sister, Mss Hazel Prince, You make us feel unhappy I ous to persons who are. familiar

;; y\t:: ; She expects to return Monday and When you don't come our way. with Royal American's glittering

" ':, ,, '" will be employed at Lake Drug midway, present beams of light that ...........NIN. .. ..N..N..N..H N. i .' ::. ,: Company. O Mister, 'Mister Sunshine reach out for 50 miles around the : :

:,,' ,; :'J" We're glad to see you here. city on nights of normal visibility. \ :' .'.
i' :'<' Mrs. Florence Waldron left Wed-( You make us feel so happy The intensity of all four lights, 1

.: ::: nesday for her home in Hender- And, fill our hearts with cheer. while never' actually measured, was i y

'1 :". sonville, North Carolina, after visiting 2nd Grade Nens,- estimated by the U. S. Governmentas i
I Iy
: : .... for two weeks here with Beatrice, Sadie and Norman more than 2,000,000,000 candle I CLEWISTON t1OLFj
: her granddaughter, Mrs. A. L. Kressler: enrolled in the second power: These lights- formerly oc-

)is 1 Hackett and Mr. Hackett. grade. Monday. cupied '''the signal ,bridge of the U.

: Doyle Geiger, Dickey Schiffli, S. Cruiser Charleston which was

' :Miss Mary McCrone of West Palm Gene Bosson, Billy Maynard and disposed of in connection with international -
.:-;,:" .Beach visited friends in Clewiston Marshia Norton were absent part disarmament terms. \ vz.
1 Wednesday. Miss McCrone is connected of this week on account of illness. This year's Florida State Fair j

::1 ,', with the E. H. Latham company 4th Grade NCA\S-- l and Gasparilla promises to be the Y.t' -- ", .t.

and resided here during a 100% in spelling Friday: ) finest ever presented according toofficials ::: '.i.,." .. ,,' : :;:
. {: with each of its .'. :.\." 'j !III......... .' :- ,'''' t
,- ;,' year or more while the company Emily Joyce ,Bullen, Ouida John- familiar : } :: ,_" '..:., ::

' .. ', was completing construction of the son, Betty Joe McNatt, Jean Augur elaborate details. *

, '.3 '.:,:r' ," .J hurricane gates and other work. James Cooley, Wanda Jean t I Is.
Shelfer, Noley Geiger, Mayme Johnson Road 164 Bridges to be y I

:J ; E. E. Kelly and T. B. Shelley Joan Walker, David Belcher y I

r :;; leave tomorrow for Peoria, Illinois 'and Kenneth Miller. Completed Next Week

;i :: "and Cleveland, Ohio, where they High School Notes- ilf ilfy I
j i to the Public
: 'S' will visit the Caterpillar factory High school students have been Open ]

: ', o 7A and attend a road show. The road very busy this week taking mid- (Hendry County News) I

,i.i :;,. show, which will be held in Cleve- term examinations. The usual'rou- The Suwannee Construction Co..
land is a trade showing of road tine of ths school week. has been of Lake City' will complete within y

: 'l? ,. i omitted and a steady stream of the next week construction of 7 y
J.f;( ,,:'!:.. equipment.MRS. examinations has been underway. concrete bridges on a five mile I Y Y
r''f; {? \
:';;0 < ; ALSTON; ENTERTAINS Many students have been 'busy stretch of state highway 164 southof x'.i. .
, :' WEDNESDAY meanwhile promising themselves' to LaBelle towards Felda, whichis .i.
:: ,fJ I BRIDGE ))
; !
: : y
:: .W I work harder during the coming preliminary to the paving of the .. .t,
z: ,
'f:'3 Mrs. Roy Alston entertained semester so term examinations road contract for which was Y
,1- *;' S members of hcr, bridge club at her would not find them so unprepared. awarded the H.. E. Wolfe Con- Y

'1: home Wednesday evening. I Basketball Tonight struction Co., of St. Augustine by :: S Green Fees ::

Mrs. T. B. Shelley received high Both boys and girls basketball the state road department. Three y

1" 1.; ; score prize: Mrs. R. C. Nowling teams are scheduled,to play in La- wooden bridges leading to side :_;: Exceptional Fairways :..::.

':::' low, and Mrs. R. C. Wilson cut Belle tonight. The teams will be roads on Road 164 will be built '.' "

prize. resplendent in their new ,uniforms, after work on the concrete struc- :: Interesting Greens :

'" Mrs. G. B. Thomas was a club which are truly striking. The tures has been completed.The .

.' guest. Others attending were Mrs I trunks are of royal blue and jerseys Wolfe Construction Co., are +.

..,J.:., : C. E. Nail, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder,* of burnt orange, so' Clewiston moving in equipment and trucks '" -------------- =

.. ,Mrs.. Harry Turner and, Mrs. C, R. High School will have a most colorful and expect to begin on the paving _(;.:.- ..>>:.-:...:,.:..:..: )(..:..:..x.. :..x..:.
:r- Cruxo.: team tonight. job on about January 15. They are
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: Lets 'gave ctfrvwJerTdion: Fertile :'

Frank Merriwell GilbeJrYpauen. weaknesses of others '"'I 1

Our irrit'ttioT'gro.1S: tie '::
Original more WE reed it. :

BURT L. STANDISH IF we considertke.myov '!I

I a I r 81'' d a I e WNU Gilbert Service Patten 60\.1",\.tkey v*rn&.y consider ":.);;I Ir \

I C j] Ar\d ibeen my I

;; obse.rv'b..tiOTt i

ve reed it;. .a!
CHAPTER IX ing and passing. Two minutes later stuff like that, more than once. Now, into my ear that'the Grand Canyonwas 1'"n} ,:i
-14- Hanscomb was putting Merriwell as Bascomb rose to his feet again, pushed on Fardale by some .'1
Given time to think a little about through'a series of drop-kicks, place Kane came swiftly toward him. rich old grad with more influence 1I I;

the remarkable happenings which kicks and punts of every variety. "That'll be enough for you today than sense It's done nowadays, I

had, pushed him into the limelight All the other men on the field ," said the coach. "I'm tired of 'you know. And he hasn't pannedout. 0 :

at Fardale, Frank became panicky were busy also, but many of them telling you." Then he turned and It's suspected that the coach WNU Service.Punctuality '
himself. For.quite the opposite, stole glances at Frank whenever beckoned a substitute. "Come in, was looking for a' good excuse to !

reason, he suddenly understood, they found an opportunity to do so. here, Davis." bench him. Now he won't have to ,' I

fully and completely, how Bart They were, naturally, very curious Bascomb walked away slowly and look any more, and he really oughtto Essential :

Hodge had felt when he went to about him. They suspected that left the field still holding his handto give you a loving cup." The individual who is always I

Inza and told her he was going pressure had been brought to bearto his.side.. Practice went on with- There was a long period' skull ''little late in reveals a

away because he couldn't face the, get him out there, and it seemed out him. practice the following afternoon. a 'weakness appointments of, character that :
school. For Merry was no' bounder strange that Kane would bother a When it was allover Kane asked State Second the strong team Far- "
punctual people are quick to observe -
no show-off who reveled in no- moment with a fellow reputed to the assistant coach: "What do you dale would meet Saturday, had been ,- and it is ,interesting to note '

toriety; and even though he was at be a football quitter. think of Merriwell's kicking?" scouted in its first game, and Kane that successful almost al ,
the same time not a shrinking violet Watching Merry darkly in a lull "He's a natural," answered Hans- spent the best part of an hour dem- I I ways'punctual.. men It is are hard 1
he had always found it easierto of his 'own work, Bascomb was comb. State's
onstrating scoring plays
face criticism and blame thanmealymouthed. spoken to by another man, of the "Then don't try to' coach him. with blackboard diagrams, and to waits hold for a man's confidence while he l'
flattery. Varsity, who had stopped near him: Coaching hurts a fellow with nat- his you to keep an appoint-
showing plans of defense against ment.-V. A.One ,
Therefore anybody who looked for "Maybe Merry will pan out, after ural kicking ability more than it them. -
on little all. He sure can boot the old ball helps." .: i
him to go parade and do a "State is counting on a push-over i
strutting was making a bad guess. hard and pretty,' ''and he seems ableto "And he knows how to pass, as Saturday," said the coach in con- 4, ':" !
He merely forced himself to go place it on a dime." well. He's got an arm and he's
clusion, "and they have a right to ,
Bascomb "Huh! Wait rifle accurate. o
through the usual moves as if noth- grunted. after the showing we made against
ing unusual had happened. No till you see him try to make a "Sounds like something. That wasa Mayfield. But what I'm counting on
stunt he did when Bascomb threw
swank no posing. is that
you'll get together and hand
that low block at him.
It was disappointing to his ene- that bunch an upset that'll take the
mies. to Bascomb.The "Didn't I see it! He's better walking -
Particularly so
conceit out of them. You can if you
fellow simply refused to be- on his"hands than some of the want to."

have the way Bascomb expectedand I- would-bes.Kane almost smiled. "That sounds Then he took a letter out of his
wanted-him to. Very
pocket and went "I've
on. got some-
odd from old like
an pessimist you.
ing.By had 'Are 'you telling me he doesn't be- thing here that I want to read-
noon on Monday somebody ) .
part of it. It's a letter that Pro-
1cJtcv w long on the scrub?
brought in a newspaper containingan & fessor Scotch Doctor of
"What I don't understand," said got Massey,
account of the runaway res
Bloomfield to write
me. Doctor
avoiding direct
hand. a an-
hand to
It from
cue. passed
swer, "is how that lad can be a Massey is the physician for Mr. cook
Pete Smith had done kiddingthis good
no football quitter. A fellow who has Asher Frank Merriwell'suncle
time. He had written a straight- and guardian, who is being
got the nerve to face mad dogs and tells another
forward, honest story, giving Frank snatch a girl off a runaway horse treated by the doctor for heart trou- .
credit for nerve, fast-thinking and ble. Mr Merriwell in the
two or three seconds before she'dhave collapsed O All good cooks know that Jewel
modesty. Bascomb and his bunchdidn't aI stand at Bloomfield last fall
been killed hasn't rightto
any makes more tender baked foods, and
like that much, either. turn because he'sbeen a game in which' his nephew was
yellow just
the costliest !
creams faster, even -
Nor did they like it when M.erry, p knocked in line "
out a smash.
I's knocked cold in a line buck. types of shortening.It's .
the and
caught crossing campus y/ There's something wrong about it." Sitting as still as stone and look- a Special Blend of fine vege-

questioned by some upperclassmen, Now Kane did smile a little. "It ing straight ahead, Frank heard the table fats and other bland cookingfats
failed to smart and make fresh
does sound a bit balmy," he allowed coach read a portion of the letter: used by more fine cooks
answers. What they understoodeven
less the he and said no more. 'Mr.. Merriwell is a sportsmanwho than any other shortening in Amer-
credit to Bart Hodge. way That as gave they a 1. 'y, Outwardly calm, Frank was in- has always encouraged his ica! Get Jewel in the familiar red

saw it, was foxy stuff. He was wardly almost 'tumultuously happy nephew's love of athletics, but the carton for better cooking results!

pulling a thin trick. that night. Maybe Hodge was rightin shock of seeing Frank stretched on .

"Well, anyhow," said I Hugh, thinking he, like Bart, had been the ground and hearing a woman
"we'll have- buried in the Fardale graveyard 'of shriek that he had been killed
the pleasure of not see-
football but he had caused him to collapse that !
ing him try to become a football hopes, a feeling day.
hero." P} that the scrub could be used as a Afterwards I found that Mr. Merri- .1:

springboard from which to leap to well's heart had been seriously affected -
And then, when Bascomb galloped "I've Never Been Afraid to Play '
lively field. by the shock and it I
a more was
into the gym to dress for field prac- Football, Sir," Said Frank. :
tice Tuesday afternoon. Merriwellwas He felt a thrill of pleasure whenhe who pledged' the boy to play no ,

there. Wearing a Bloomfield quick kick with a charging line tear- sat down that night in the smaller more football until I should say he

high rig from sweater to cleated ing through on him. That will be dining room with the other foot might without apprehension that an- FAVORITE OF THE SOUTH ."

shoes, he was talking to Dick something else again." ball men. He hadn't got to training other, similar accident might not Q"

Springall, the quarterback and cap A short time before work was to table, but maybe he was on his have an even more serious reper-
end for the day Kane called the way. He thought of Barney, who cussion on his uncle. And to make Consider Your Strength 1

tain.There regular team together to make a never muffed a chance to cheer him sure Asher Merriwell would not Consider well what your
the depths was a of frightful the Grand Canyon. few rushes against the scrub. He on, and missed him for the time hear of what I ,had done, -asked strength is equal to, and what ex:1:'j

This, Bascomb told himself was the wanted, in particular to oil up a being. Barney was all wool and a Frank to tell nobody. Now, how- ceeds ability.-Horace. ;J

limit and then some. play that had gone sour against yard wide. Some pall f ever, 1 feel confident that Mr. Mer ,
Mayfield, for he still believed in it. riwell has so far recovered that I ::1 :
Those fellows
"Well, he said, when he could were agreeable fellows I
speak, "is it possible you've got Not a little to his surprise Frank who were still a little curious am willing to release the boy from "WARMING" AGI10vJ j

over being afraid to play football was sent in as right halfback for about him, still a little doubtful and his promise, as long as he's so anx-

Merriwell?" the scrub. That was more than he suspicious. He could feel that uncertainty ious to' play football again.: EASES CHEST! GOLD :

"I've never been afraid to play had expected, his first day on the behind their evident will- "That's all;" concluded the coach, ,

football, sir" said Frank. field. ingness to take him for what he "and it ought to be enough to end TIGHTNESS

"Oh, yeah?" Hugh's mouth Passing him before the line-up, might prove to be worth. Physicallythey the guessing and loose talk that's ;
Ease the tightness and
threatened to lop off all the upper Hodge spoke from the side of his were a healthy he-man lot, been going on. of your chest cold tonight pressure with the )

part of his head with its expandinggrin. mouth: "Well, they've promptly packed to capacity with leashed vig- thorough counter-irritant and va-
The whistle! The kick-off! The
buried ,with the rest of dead .
"Then how you us porizing action of Penetro, the only
come laid
you or.He
down on team last and ones, Merriwell. You'll never get noticed, quickly,.that Bascombwas plunk of the lusty foot of a State salve which has a base of old-
watched it from the out of this graveyard." not there. That was odd. He kicker boosting the ball high and fashioned mi on suet together
stand while it
took In the backfield behind the varsity didn't understand it until the rea- far toward the east goal, which Far- with 113% to 227% more medica-
licking by Torrence
?"a academy line Bascomb who wasn't yet son came out in the remarks of dale, having won the toss, had chosen tion than any other nationally sold

"Did it occur Merry aware of what was to be tried saidto ,two: fellows on the opposite side of to defend because of the favoring cold salve. Rub with stainless,
ever to you, snow-white Penetro-both childrenand
wind. Racing from the restraining -
Springall: "Call a play that'lllet the table.
asked, "that that might be my adults. Large jar Penetro, 35c.
business?" me get at him Dick, 'and I'll, Said one: "Well, maybe we're go- line, the maroon clad
"Oh block the legs off Merriwell." ing to be a backfield man shy State men blazed like a sheet of
so you've
got a nasty come-
back, have you?" said Bascomb, ''That was the kind of a play after today." flame across the field. Stoop to Rise,

his grin changing to something Springall called when they were Said the otherYou mean Bas- Under wraps, Merriwell sat with Soar not, too high to fall, but

hard ,and cruel. "Well, that just ready to go. It was a faked right- comb? What's the report?" the squad and saw the game begin. stoop to rise.-Massinger.

makes the account heavier to set- ,end run with a spin and reverse The first one answered: "The doc- Elmer Davis was in there at right

tle." around the left end. tor, says he may have a cracked rib: half, where Bascomb would have

Springall interposed at this point. Tackle and guard opened the hole They're taking an X-ray." been had he not been hurt. The kick,

"Drop it, both of you," he said. that let Bascomb go through on the That gave Merriwell a queer sen- aimed.for "coffin corner," was coming BLACKMANStock

"That stuff is out, around here. The ,jump, and he sheered to the left sation. He said impulsively: "Oh, into his territory., He took the

next one to start it will be reportedto and cross-blocked Merry who 'was that'll: be tough! It'll weaken the ball cleanly and was away, with two and Poultry MedicinesAre

the coach, and what he'll do charging. team. I'm sorry." interferers sweeping in ahead to Reliable-
about it will be enough." Frank's churning knees struck blaze a path for him. Twenty-two

"I'm sorry Mr. Springall," apolo- Bascomb's ribs a split-second after Then it seemed that everybodywas yards of green sod were left be- S Blackman's Medicated Lick-

gized Frank! "but Bascomb oughtto he realized' what was going to hap. staring at him. He was em- hind his flying feet before he was A-Brik.

get it through his head before pen. Over Bascomb's body he spun, barrassed, but his face was sober slammed down by a State tackler. Blackman's Stock Powder
long that I'm than hands outflung. His palms struck was really con- Blackman's Cow Tonic
more fed That Good
up cerned was good. enough to
the welfare of the team.
with his funny business. But I'll the turf. Like tempered springs his Dick Springall forte said:' "We have to bring a great cheer from the Far- .Blackman's Hog Powder

wipe the slate when he's ready to arms flung him upright on his feet take dale crowd that packed the north Blackman's Poultry Tablets ,
practice injuries as they come
again to complete the impromptu ).
call it quitting time. stand. Blackman's Poultry Powder
at this stage of the season. We
"That's real nice ot you," said handspring.He can stand them better now than But. State wasn't disturbed. The Blackman's Lies Powder
Bascomb sourly. "And I'll tell you wasn't confused. In his stride later were brimming over with confidence Price
when, but everything will be all again, he leaped at the interferer, Somehow on. did ,' those fellows. This was a Highest Quality-Lowest .

squared up then." who was coming round the end I much worried Springall not appear game they had reckoned in the bag Satisfaction Guaranteed or
as over losing a big
It was a threat Merriwell did not ahead of the runner and laid him shot as Frank had expected. before it started. Any team May- your money back

miss, though he appeared to ignoreit. low.The field could trim, even by the closest
safety man, coming at ''full Mulloy was waiting for Frank and BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
As an enemy Bascomb would be score, just had to be an easy
far: more tenacious and vindictive speed, tackled the runner and they walked back to Union hall to- bounce-around for them when they BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.
smeared the play for a slight loss. gether. The Irish boy was bubblingover
than a person with the unstableness turned on the juice. Chattanooga, Tenn.
with chuckles.
of Hodge. Everybody who had seen just Davis was on his feet again. It
Bart arrived presently and was what had happened was laughing. "When they try to stop you theygo that hard tackle had jolted him

no less surprised to see Frank there. Bascomb wasn't. He was gettingup to the hospital, me lad." said much he didn't show it. A quick WNU-7 2-38

But he ,said nothing.The his hand pressed to his side, his Barney. "Maybe that'll ooze huddle was followed by a shifting

coach, when he appeared, face twisted with wrath and pain. through: Bascomb's thick head while switch behind the line and, a center check

was the only person who did not his rib is mending. You busted it, buck,' Davis carrying the ball. COLDS
show surprise. Practically every Because of malicious eagerness to all right. That's the latest intelli-
But the State line was a stone 666
# and
body'noticed that. get at 'Merriwell and hurt him as gence.
On the field Kane turned the new much as possible Bascomb had "And that makes Fardale that wall through which 'no hole couldbe FEVERfirst

man over to Hanscomb. the assistant made a cross-block worthy of the much weaker," said Merry. drilled, and Davis went down in I

coach a Fardale grad whose I rankest amateur. "Who says so? Let me tell you the pile-up. Two yards lost. SAL"V'E"N"OVE"DR"O'PS TABLETS Headache first 30 day minutes. 'J>

special duty was to instruct in kick- The roach had warned him about something. It's just been poured (TO BE CONTINUED ,
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\ "Quotations"A Yessir, We Have It- j

Hold Everything but"What's '

OUR COMIC SECTION of-teaching A-; my younger 'I

readers the conventions' nowadays, I yours? "
r find I have to adapt the conventionsto "Ham sandwich.
my young readers.-Emily Post.It "No got. Try a Sunset Spe- I
is not 'in intelligence that we ? _
lack for the overcoming of evil, but "What's that?" I
we lack in the unselfish responsible "A triple decker with ham, !

ft LII I Events in the Lives of Little Men I 0 devotion There is of no men.-Albert compensation Einstein.for liv cheese lettuce,, onion tongue, ,pickle baloney and, 'tomato mayonnaise -, I"

on raisin bread, toasted,
ing-not money- not power- not 1
with cole slaw on the side." .
position as great as the love of
friends.-Vice President Garner.Man's "Nope. You've got. ham. Can't 1
cha gimme a ,ham on white?"
desire to understand is one 1
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of the marks that differentiate him "I'll try. Oh, George! One
from the animal.-Prince de Broglie.It Sunset Special. Make it on one :1
5 deck. Hold the cheese, tongue,
is character that determines the
baloney, tomato, lettuce, onion,
success of a man or a nation i
Irving T. Bush.HOWSEW. pickle, mayonnaise, and cold i
slaw, and make the raisin bread I;
'V white, untoasted Right?" I

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, FNNEY- OF 4iq PARK A French Heading for Your Draperies. I
g'N HTC-
WELL PARK c,4 WHETHER you line your new Now turn to the wrong side and
HERE WHERE ? 'is iA 61C- y' D or not will dependon sew a ring to the back of each

HH ITS NICEAN' V. how heavy the material is.It_ plait as at E.

....... .. ., QUIET is important, however, that the Every Homemaker should havea
,- -:='--.''\.f$'. d top.of,draperies .be stiffened -whena copy of Mrs. Spears' new book,
French heading is used. A soft SEWING. Forty-eight pages ofstepbystep
canvas which may be purchased directions for making
pv. iII! i in drapery departments is 'generally slipcovers and dressing tables;

IEY used for this purpose. From restoring and upholstering chairs,
four to six inches is a good depthto couches; making curtains for every -
cut the heading canvas. Turn type "of ,room and purpose.
y l the top of the curtain materialover Making lampshades, rugs, otto-
,\1"5, OF it and sew as at A. mans and other useful articles for
Now the width of the home. Readers
\.; THE measure your wishing a copy
f.-. __- I curtain and plan the plaits to take I should send name and address,
\ .' rtr CAR. NO. I 13 up half this width. In heavy ma- :, enclosing 25 cents, to Mrs. Spears,
> GP iVESBEEN : terial, four or five inches will be 210 South Desplaines St., Chicago,
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;\\z: 0j' HOUR 'rilMK VOLJ'VE! the same as the amount of ma-
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: : :. inch down from the top of the .

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Pinch this plait into three small LUBIN'S
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," down from the top, sew throughas Menthol Cough Drops 50
: O'Loughlin at C. Sew these plaits the
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.''rQiJD depth of the stiffening, so that that helps you resist colds I
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WE'LL DROP OVER To Breath of fb'diJa'i
THE House, "UNCLE" I THAT WILL HOW IS THAT Sweet is the b{cuy e?raise
SETrl- SURPRISE BE FIMF, NIECE OF MINE- / 7aCfo'r.ltl! )Qe2Q when given by thi, gl ,3 own
'. FANMV-.AUD HAVE FELIX t-- I HAVEN'T SEEt4I merit claims the pry. ?ev&y give.

h. E wIf 1 Shrimp Night Creole'Supper.for Sunday SO PURE THE EXCEEDS RIGID

A.r I fI 'to' serve for Sunday night
_. -I supper, not just because it is especially -
.r T 4II good to eat, but' becauseit .
can be made the day beforeor

":;:: '. in the morning and reheated
J.:' H W 41i when ready to serve. That is a
:4: :real convenience for the housewifewho Sentinels
I does her own work. -- .
'. :j: : J E 1 Shrimp Creole. t?>f fieal/feh; :

', 2 medium size 2 cups canned
'-:, onions sliced tomatoes Don't Neglect Them I
R 3/4 cup sliced celery 2 cups canned peas
,, Nature descried the kidneys to do a
utJK1E'WHAT 2 tbsp shortening 1 tbsp vinegar
HyaH marvelous job. Their task is to keep the
SHE HASN'T ClAW A BIT- A LITTLE SET i IK J! J I MM WINDING'I' 1 tsp salt 2 cups canned toxic impurities. The act of living-/(/
MODfRNlMes ( Up My EXERCISES 1 to 2 tbsp chillshrimp t.elf-is constantly producing waste
, HER WAYSTHESE TH1/ powder 3 cups hot boiled matter the kidneys must remove from
HAVEN'T MAD AMY, 1 cup water rice the blood if rood health is to endure.
.' When the kidneys fail to function aa
E EFFECT OM HER. Cook the onions and celery in Nature intended there is retention of
theN fat until a delicate brown. waste that may cause body-wide dis
tress. One may suffer nagging i backache,
0e Add' the flour, salt and chili pow- persistent headache,attacks of dizziness i ,
A / der and blend until smooth. Add getting up nights swelling, puffiness
under the eyes-feel tired,nervous, all
, r. the water (use the liquid drained worn out.FrI.'QueDt..
.. from the of the ,scanty or burning passages
1 D peas as part wa- '
may be further evidence of kidney or
'I ,Ig'I ., ter). Cook until thick and smooth, bladder disturbance. "
'-< I stirring constantly. Add the to- The recognized and proper treatment
I Is a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys
.'Lf 5 a- matoes, peas, vinegar, sugar and cot rid of excess poisonous body watte.
I' Use Doan't Pills. They have had more
shrimp and heat
: ByOsborne thoroughly. than forty years of public approval.Are
Serve with the hot rice. endorsed the country over. Insist on
" \ Doan't.Sold at all drug stores.
Chilled canned pears served
i v! with a custard sauce would makea
n pleasing dessert for the supper. DOAN SPILLS



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perty described therein will be sold The assessment of the said property the month of February, 1938, which
Story of Clewis ton- 7:45 every Sunday evening. to the highest bidder at the court under the said certificate Issued Is the 7th day of February, 1938. e
Junior choir Monday evening at house door on the first Monday In was in the name of C. E. Royer. Dated this 14th day of January, t
the month of February, 1938, whichis Unless said certificate shall: be redeemed 1938
7:00, Mrs. Niblack, directpr; Mrs. the 7th day of February, 1938. according to law the pro- (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
(Continues nom rage 1) Doty, pianist. Dated this 14th day of January, perty described therein will be sold Clerk of Circuit Court o!
to the highest bidder at the court Hendry County, Florida,
25. It is also the terminus of Christian Endeavor meeting J938.(SEAL) WILLIAM T HULL, house door on the first Monday in Jan. 14- 2128, Feb. 4.

State Road 67, which connects ,Monday evening at eight. Clerk of Circuit Court of I 1
Hendry County, Florida

with from Road the ridge 8, affording section of easy the access State. i I I Jan. 14- 2128, Feb. 4. : '_-, : -- :_'-"- -.: :-:;". ': .i4ttf: i '- ; "'"

Water transportation is providedby IN THE CiriCUIT COURT, IIITVDRl NOTICE OP APPLICATION :FOR
the new cross-state canal whichis ELLA MAE BAXTER, Complainant. (Senate Dill No. 163)
pleasure craft
affording many
BAXTER. Defendant,
and'convenien IS HEREBY "GIVEN thatG.
owners a new NOTICE ;
E. Etherton, holder 6f Tax Certifi-
by'affidavit( appended ;
means of travel from West to East It to appearing the sworn bill filed in the cate No. 242. issued the 5th day of '0 i j '! :" <:Ji

Coast. The Atlantic Coast Line Rail I above cause that the residence, post, August, A. D. 1935, has filed same ? :'l ;-:; > ;1
address Ant plane of abode o' in my office and has mane'application ..
service ,".. .
road offers overnight 'r4S' \
tot deed to be issuedthereon ,
,the defendant Nathan D. Baxter, that for a tax (' !!I, '. ".l
is Said certificate embraces the I
Jacksonville Clewiston's airport there is no person in the State of '
iloridi service of a summons 1 ir following described property In the ": '
adequately maintained, frequentlyused chancery upon whom would bind such County of Hendry, State of Florida. ; li" A i :
by air travelers crossing the defendant; It is therefore ordered to-wit ,: ,I
that the said defendant be and Hi Lot 4. Block 173' Clewiston ._ ;: :: :: :; r
state. is hereby required to appear to the The assessment of the said property '
Clewiston is a city of 3,000 per- Bill of Complaint filed in such cnus'on under the said certificate Issuedwas ; I
in the name of E. S. Matteson '
7th dar
manent population, augmented by or before Monday D. '1938,, otherwise the th, Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ; \
of February A.
huudreds of additional colored la- allegations of said bill will be taker: according to law, the pro- : ,

borers during the harvest season, as confessed by the said defendantIt to perty the described highest bidder therein at will the be court sold ; it( "
Is further ordered that this order door the first Monday In : ;
house on ,
all of whom are housed in segre- week fo ( :
be published once a the month of February, 1938, whichis "
gated villages, probably unique in 4 consecutive weeks in the Clewistoi the 7th day of February 1938. 1 ,
News a newspaper, published In sal' i
the state. Schools and churches, County and State 1138! Dated this 14th day of January ;

modern stoics, handsome home, This 6th day of January, 1938. (SEAL) WILLIAM: T. HULL,

are unexceptional. Also the fact (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL. Clerk of Circuit' Court of ..,;,'' ..:. .) I : :}.. .<.., .,
Clerk Circuit Court. Hendry County, Florida. ,
that Clewiston has an active Cham- Jan 14- 2128, Feb 4.
ber of Commerce, Kiwanis Club, Solicitor, for Complainant. : i: '. "

American Legion Post, Garden Tan 7-14-21-28. Feb 4. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TOIl IE1'iiii'I
TAX DEED ': ,, :i; ;'
Club P.-T. A. and Church organi- ; ,
zations is unexceptional. Clewiston TAX DEED 'I

IS exceptional in that it offers (Senate 11111 No. 163) NOTICE IS.HEREBY GIVEN, that : : ::1
G. E Etherton, holder' pf; Tax Certifi- i : i
one of the few city developments In NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that cate No. 240. issued the 5th day of :{ /0\;\: :

the state planned from the begin- Rosa Smith, holder of part of Tax August, A. D. 1935, has filed same :
In my office and has made applica- ." :.',- ,
with! Certificate No. 90, Issued the 2nd day JI" ; ( I
future growth, \\r
ning for 'a tion for tax deed to be issued ,1: "
a 3t : '
of August A. D. 1926 has filed same .. ,: / :, : '
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the I/ '
wide arterial streets, curved drives, in my office and has made application thereon. Said certificate'embraces ; X ,. .,. I
is zoned! for a tax deed to be Issued following described property in the
innumerable park areas;
of State of Florida
thereon. Said certificate embraces the County. Hendry, *
with the building restrictions of I following described property In the to-wit: fiy
County of Hendry, State of Florida, Lot 11, Block 172 Clewiston.
a model city. It Is likewise exc.eptional -' to-wit: The assessment of the said property -

and unique in that all present Lot 12 LaBelle Heights, a sub- under the said certificate issued
city improvements are paid for; division of part of the N% ot was In the name of' Unknown
NETS of Section 8, Township 43 Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
the City of Clewiston has NO bond South, Range 29 East according law the pro- .
I I perty described therein will be ,sold L
The assessment of the said property -
ed debt. under the said certificate issued to the highest bidder at the court -I
City water is furnished from a was in the name of Unknown. house door on the first Monday in I ::
Unless said certificate'shall be redeemed the month of February, 1938. which( .
completely new plant built within according to law, the pro- Is the 7th day of February, 1938. ,!:

the past year, which filters and nertv described therein will be sold< 1938 Dated this 14th day of January,
to the highest bidder at the courthouse
treats soft water from Lake Okee- door on the first :Monday in (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, II\'Ierit::
Other utilities are abov the month of February 1938, which Clerk of ,Circuit Court of
chobee. '
is the 7th day of February, 1938. Hendry County, Florida. ,;:li ', ," iR';;," ,
standard for the state. I Jan. 14- 2128, Feb. 4.
Dated this 14th day of January, I Vfe'l't
Seventeen million dollars have 1938
been spent in the past few years Clerk of Circuit Court of TAX DEED

by the Federal government In con- Hendry County, Florida, (Senate Dill No. 163)
Jan 14- 2128, Feb. 4.
struction of a levee around the
shore of Lake Okeechobee, provid- NOTICE OF SALE OF TAX G. E. Etherton, holder of Tax Certificate ? ,
ing adequate protection and a CERTIFICATESNotice No. 235. issued the 5th day of ;w
August, A. D. 1935 has filed same
channel across the state for com- Is hereby given that H. C. In my office and has made applica-
mercial and pleasure craft. Clewis- DeLaney[ has filed with me written tion for a tax deed to be Issued
'thereon Said certificate embraces the ?. r
that the tax certificates to- 'S
ton was selected by the Army Engi-
ether with all subsequent omitted following described property in the
neering Corps as the headquarters or levied taxes held by the State County of Hendry, State of Florida,

for this vast enterprise; the tie bidder advertised for cash and as sold provided to the by highest House to-wit Lots 8-9, Block 170, Clewiston '. ,I"0'' .' See ,' ',," '.,,' ', ,, V'., ,',,, I
War Department now owns two Trill 396 of the 1937 Acts of the The assessment of the said property :
reservations in the City. Legislature.. upon the following de- under the 'said certificate issuedwas :i:'
in the name of Unknown. : :;
"crlbed real estate in the County of iL ; :
South and West of Clewiston liesr Hendry. State of Florida. to-wit Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ; f
according to law. the pro- i, j I. > ,
Wi 6 of EJof. NE'A Block 23, 'La- i. "
the best -
some of hunting groundin Belle perty described therein will be sold .,)< ',/: ,,' ',-' :j"ll :'-.-, ..
the State; each season huntersuse Said Tax Certificates! together with to the highest bidder at the courthouse ; ;
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door the first in
Clewiston as a base for their ill subsequent omitted or levied tax- the, month of on February, 1938 Monday which : : ,1 (

search for deer, quail, turkey. Duck )"t s will the Court be sold House to the door highest In LaBelle bidder, Is the 7th day:! of February, 1938. -I : ,: ) ., 'L; ;
Dated this 14th day of January, : t tr7
abound in the glades area south of County the of 2'Uh! Hendry day of State January of Floridaon 1938 1938 t..

the developed lands. Local guidesare -it 11 A. M. (SEAL) WILLIAM Clerk of T.Circuit HULL Court, of ,

always available.For Dated this 14th day of January AT Hendry County v Florida .
). 1938.
the resident or the tourist Jan 1421- 28, Feb. 4.
who knows bass fishing elsewhere, Clerk of Circuit Court of The Clewi ton
Hen r)" County, Florida NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ws'Q'
a new experience is in store fish- Tan. 14, 21. 28 'I'AX DEED I

ing In Lake Okeechobee, where (Senate Bill 'No. 163)

many famous fishermen have founda NOTICE OF- APPLICATIOTOR
new thrill taking a string of (Senate Bill No. 163) G. E. Etherton holder of Tax Certifi-

Okeechobee bass. Boats 'can be had cate No. 231. issued the 5th day of

at several NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that August, A. D. 1935, has filed same
camps. Tohn A. Stone, holder of Tax Certifi"ate in my office and has made application -
Clewiston boasts only a nine hole I No. 550, issued the 4th day of for a tax deed to be issued
September, A. D. 1983, has filed same thereon. Said certificate embraces the
golf course, but it is really sporty. "n my office and has made applica- following described property in the

There are new tennis courts, city- lon for a tax deed to be Issued County of Hendry, State of Florida,

owned' always lighted for preon. Said certificate embraces the owitWest and Lot 6, ....
open, half of Lot 5, '-
"ollowlng" described property In the Block 156 Clewlston. .;. : : =- = .,: : : -h- .. m1 t 1" 1
night play. Sailing and power boat- "ounty of Hendry, State of Florida i
diversion.The lo-wif ........-!. ,
ing the Lake also
on .
is a Lot - ----------
10, Block 172. Cle\Iston
h.vee channel provides an ex- The assessment' of the said property I
under the said certificate issuedvas
cellent pool 300 feet
swimming in the name of E L. Selz
wide. Unless said certificate shall be re-

The Clewiston Inn, principal ho- )leemed ertv described according therein law will, the be pro-sold DOES YOUR CAR STALL EASILY i ?

tel, famed throughout South Florida ''o the highest bidder at the court
,ouse door on the first Monday In
for many years for gracious 'he month of February, 1938, which's

hospitality, burned recently. To re- the 7th day of February, 1938.
Dated this 14th day of January,
place it, there is now under con- 1938. ,

struction a completely fire-proof (SEAL) WILLIAM T, HULL.
Clerk of Circuit Court of
structure of 75 rooms, which will Hendry County, Florida.

furnish the ultii'tr -...in comfort and 'an. 14- 2128, Feb. 4.

service. \ I
Prior to the fu y/opment of sug- TAX DEED
(Senate Hill No. 163)
ar, production o /winter vegetable

was the .leading enterprise in the I NOTICE IS HEREBY:: GIVEN that

Clewiston ,area; there was ship- Tohn A. Stone, holder of Tax CerUflI ////J/ vA
ate No,
567. Issued the 4th day of
ped from this section last year I September. A. D. 1933 has filed same
: 'n my office and has made application -
more than 700 cars of beans, peas, Copp -
for a tax deed to be issued
cabbage and tomatoes.The hereon Said certificate embraces the

Clewiston Chamber of Com-! following described property in the
County of Hendry, State of Florida, :; ti
merce extends a cordial invitation to-wit: \ tOVi

to visit Clewiston and inspect the Lot 12, Block 363, Clewiston. '
The assessment of the said property .
largest cane sugar-house In the under the said certificate Issued:
United States. was in the name of A. M. Coleman.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
The operating corporation according to law, the pro- I
supplies perty described therein will be sold J o ,>
competent and courteous to the highest bidder at' ,the court f

guides to conduct visitors throughthe house door on the first Monday in
the month of February, 1938!) which
sugar-house and explain the Is the 7th day of February 1938. :: rrL ( :

operation every day, except Sunday,i 1938.! Dated this, 14th day of' Jnnuar)', :;>- I

during the harvest season. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL. ,
Just follow the signs Clerk of Circuit Court of .
a metal
Hendry County, Florida ,w\q
all silhouette main highways.THE of the sugar-house'! om I i Jan 14- 2128, Feb. 4, { :tr /


(Senate lUll No. 163) ,: :


O. E Etherton, holder of Tax Certificate -
Royal Palm Avenue No 249. issued the 5th day of .
August A D. 1935 has filed same
in my office and has made applica-
Forest C. Taylor, Minister. tion for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. Said certificate embraces the
Sunday school every Sunday following described property in thei I
morning at 9:45. Dr. J. W. Ezelle County of Hendry, State of

superintendent. to-wit Lot 1, Block 176. Fiorlda'i ( 1NAt 600D 6utf GA50Urt LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES

Junior church service"'10:45 to 11. The assessment of the said
o'clock. I ty under the said certificate proper-I pow o, was the
in name of C. Thorpe. ,
Evening prayer and sermon at Unless said certificate shall be redgem4d -
/according to law, the pro I....1

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