The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00689
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 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
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System ID: UF00028415:00689
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ABOUT 400 VISITORS Beardsley ReappointedTo LAKE I HARBOR MEN Counterfeiter ArrestedBy VAN LANDINGHAMAND

E. D. D. Board Sheriff DelaneyLeonard


James E. Beardsley of Clewistonwas
C. Walls was arrestedby

COAST MOTORCADEApproximately reappointed '''a member of the FORCED LANDINGJ. Sheriff H. L. Delaney in LaBelle PLAY GOLF FINALS"Doc"

: board of commissioners of the Ever- Saturday after Walls had passed

glades Drainage District by Governor several counterfeit half dollars, one

I four hundred Fred P. Cone last week for a L. Merriam, manager of the of them at Fred Whidden's Service VauLan.iingham, the "Lit-

Broward County residents visited four year term. r Hector Supply company of Lake Station west of Clewiston. A suit- tle Poison" of South Bay shouldered

Mr. Beardsley was appointed on Harbor, accompanied by Dan Beard- case with 350 of the spurious coins -
Clewiston Sunday afternoon the
j' as. October 29th, 1934 by Governor sley, '''Ralph Bishop and Herbert was found in Wnlls' possession.The his golfing guns last week and

final stop in an Everglades motorcade Dave Sholtz to succeed W. H. Lair Plank made the difficult trip into counterfeiter confessed; according proceeded to march through three

which originated in Fort Lauderdale of Pahokee. Mr. Beardsley is a the sawgrass country south of to reports, and stated that straight matches to win his rightto

?t as a good will gesture to real' Everglades farmer and busi- Lake Harbor Monday night to res he had manufactured the coins battle for the Championshiptrophy

ness man, ,and has been active in Dr. M. C. Martin from plaster of paris molds simu-
r, residents of the Lake Okeechobee cue prominent of the Duval Jewelry
f region. Representatives of various the section since its early pioneer Miami physician, who was forced lating the 1936 half dollar. He

days. stated he had done the work at cap being played at the. ClewistonGolf
j' Clewiston civic organizations met down in an almost inaccessible
The drainage board is now involved Club. "Little Doc" will meet
Belle Glade and had thrown the
location while solo
the motorcade at Belle Glade, where making a flight
in a serious effort to clarify big Tom Shelley of Clewiston next
a barbecue dinner was served and from Lake Placid to Miami.Dr. molds into one of the drainage

s extended the hospitality of Clew- the financial situation of the dis- Martin left Lake Placidat canals. Sunday in the 36 hole finals, affray,
district which have been involvedand and the going should be plenty
The prisoner turned
iston to the visitors.Approximately 6:30 Monday'morning after a was over
I' has received a committment to federal authorities and trans- tough' anyway one looks at it. No
'nV 100 cars from the week with relatives. When he
from the RFC for a loan which ferred to Tampa where he is strokes will be exchanged asboth
arrive in Miami
East Coast arrived here about 3:3)) failed to by 3:30
will possibly enable it to straighten are playing under a 7 handicap.The .
and were escorted to various points his wife notified the U. S. Navy awaiting
lis'affairs.. reformed saxophone tooter
of interest. They were shown the Reserve base at Opa Locka and
took out Ed
Ward(18) of Clewis-
levee, government warehouses, hur- seven planes were sent to join a St. Lucie Locks To
ton on Tuesday, rested a 'bit
ricane gates, the residence reser- Foundation Complete Coast Guard plane from St. Petersburg up
through the week by working
( vation of the Engineers, and the in the search. After several Be Closed Three Days on
his celery beds, and then put ou
sugar house. Although much of For New ChurchGround hours Lt. Karl, Voelter pilotingone
strong man act on rfuuday. In
:. the sugar house machinery if I of the Navy reserve planes
the morning he nosed out J. F.
dismantled undergoing the off seas- sighted the doctor near his plane. According to an announcement
; Curry(16) of Clewiston on the last
'. on renovation and repairs, repre- was 1 broken; on Mondayof : He had built a fire to attract at- made by Carawan Nelson, Senior
green 1 up. This A. M. affair
sentatives of the sugar corporationwere this week, for the new Baptist tention.A Engineer in charge of the Clewis-
should have been enough for
on hand to escort visitors Church building located on the note was dropped asking the ton office, the U. S. Engineers will
man, the home stretch being a
through the gigantic building and corner of Central avenue and Ventura doctor to indicate if he was injured, close Lock No.2, in St. Lucie
rather gruelling thing with Curry
: explain ,the process of sugar mak- street, and the foundation and the marooned man waved his Canal to navigation for a periodof
2 up at No. 14. "Doc" however,
ing as completely as possible. has been completed. arms and jumped up and down to three days, probably from June :(
managed to win the 35th, split
Iced lemonade was served: free On Thursday many of those who: show he was unhurt. Food and 29th to July 3, 1938, in order that
the 16th, and take the last two
at a refreshment stand in the park. had agreed to donate labor for the blankets were dropped to him anda the government dredge, '''Welatka, holes to eliminate the lanky engi-

The Fort Lauderdale Legion Drum construction of the new church were message that help would be sent. may be moved into the Lake.
and Bugle Corps in. their colorful on hand and much progress was The doctor made his way to an The Welatka is being broughtinto
In the afternoon the South Bay
Seminole outfits paraded and drill- made in that day. A group of abandoned shack nearby through the lake to remain perman-
boy took on Owen Winn(19), former -
\ ed in the ball park before the ladies of the church' prepared and sawgrass over his head. ently on maintenance, and repair
Clewiston caddy, who has been
motorcade disbanded. served a hearty lunch at middayto The fliers sent directions of the work of the levee.
coming up fast of late. The young-
Mayor F. Deane Duff took the those at work on the building.The i doctor's location to Lake Harbor Van-
ster threw a real scare Into ,
lead in arranging for the receptionof main unit o5 the buildingis I and the rescue party went down in Negroes Injured In
Landingham, turning the first nine
these visitors. The American being built first and is thirty- a light truck adapted to travelling
I 1 up and increasing his 'advantageto
Legion Post was represented by four by fifty feet, an additional two ; in the woods. Travelling the canal Lake Harbor WreckTwo 2 up at No. 11. The Everglades

R. M. Bishop and J. E. Beardsley, feet having, been added to the building banks they found the doctor safe
Handicap champ won two straightat
and the Kiwanis Club by I. M. plans Monday. in a shack east of the Miami
this point to square the ,match,,
Pafford, R. N. Smith and B. E. canal .and south of the ;Bolles Lake Harbor negroes are
.., but was forced to shoot 'one tinderpar
Herring.The Merchant's Tourney canal. L'lie'plane had made a safe in the Everglades Memorial Hospital for the five remaining holesto

motorcade' was conceived by forced lauding, ,but had nosed over at Pahokee, suffering from win 1 up. 'Vinn's''putt on the
merchants and civic authorities of in the tall sawgrass. The doctor
numerous cuts after a collision
To Be Held Here last hole rimmed the cup for the
Fort Lauderdale as a means of in- had a bruised. leg, but no other with a trailer at Lake Harbor Fri- loss.

viting the Lake Okeechobee regionto injuries.
day afternoon.
-- Just to put himself in
visit their section on the Fourthof The party returned to Lake Har- Curvis Bivens is charged with
Something new in golf tournaments for a sound night's rest, "LittleDoc"
July holiday and as a friendly bor with the doctor, arriving about reckless driving and causing an
the Everglades Merchant'sChampionship who' incidentally only
gesture preliminary to the opening 10:30.: accident
pending the outcome' of
will be ushered in slightly larger than a good
of road 26 from South Bay to Fort
shortly at the Clewiston Golf Club. injuries to Pete Jackson, a passen- pint of milk, finished up his Sun-

Lauderdale construction., which is now under The: affair is being organized and ONE KILLED WHEN ger in his machine when the col- day golf by playing 18 additional

will be conducted with the idea lision occurred. Jackson is reported holes with Don 'Young, Clewiston
The East Coast representatives,
of the tournament in a critical condition from Lou Betzner of Belle
making an an- professional,
many of whom were on their first naul affair and one of the most TRUCK AND' CAR numerous cuts about the head: and Glade and his former opponent,
visit to the section, were amazedat chest.
important meets on the yearly Owen \Vinn. Darkness caught him
the development which has already schedule.All The trailer was being towed by at the 54th hole and he was forcedto
taken place in a section that COLLIDE ON RD. 25Cecil *
I an automobile driven by George
prizes, with the exception of retire for the day.,
was but recently opened by paved the: Championship trophy, will be I Evans, another Lake Harbor negro. Activities in the Second Flight
roads. Packing houses, cane fields,
... and the agricultural ..section from presented by Everglades merchants. I Chancey, 24, of Ocala was were confined to the lower bracket
These prizes will consist of any- instantly killed and six other occupants for the week. Mrs. L. C. 'Betzner
Canal Point to Clewiston werevisited :
by the group during their thng and everything any Glades of the car in which he was COMPLETED ON FRIDAY ((35) of Belle Glade won her way

merchant may care to contributewho escaped seri- to the finals only to default to
trip around the lake. At Belle A group of thirty completed suc-
desires to lend support to the Wednesday night 'of Robert Creech, giving Creech first
ous injury on
Glade where dinner was served, a cessfully a course of study givenby
tournament as an annual event. last week when their car, a Buick honors in this division. ,Mrs. Betz
program of one minute speechewas ? Miss Kader, Baptist Training
arranged and civic leaders Judging from the unqualified en- sedan, was sideswiped by a passing Union worker, of Fort ''Myers. The ner eliminated Mrs. Frank Breen

thusiasm expressed by the mer- after of South Bay, 7 and 5, andB.
truck which continued on (35))
from the. East Coast city and prom- classes met over a period of ten
chants interviewed to date, there Herring(29)) of Clewiston, 2
the collision without stopping The E.
inent men of the Lake section exchanged days and an examination was held
greetings. will be prizes galore as many of wreck occurred about midway' be- 'at the close. B. Y.: P. U. manuals and 1. Both finalists were presented -

them have signified their intentionof tween Clewiston and LaBelle near for the Junior, Intermediate and with cups by the Duval

contributing two and even three Co., emblematic of this
Nigger Jim Hammock. Jewelry
New Ortona Homes groups were used as study
prizes. Chancey was riding in the rear books.A flight.

The tournament will be a match seat of the car with 'the window watermelon cutting was en- Next Sunday will close the first

Are Now OccupiedThe play flight meet, flights being designated :- open and on the left side. As the joyed by the group at the tent i Duval Handicap to be held in the

on the, basis of an 18 hole truck struck the car a projecting tabernacle Friday evening, follow- Everglades. The firm has expressed -

three new residence build- qualifying rpund. First round los- standard on the truck body struck ing the examination. its desire to hold this meet

ers in match play will drop into him on the head and killed him yearly.
at Ortona Locks
ings just completed lower the Consolktion almost The car swerved I Plans are now being laid at the
or Flight, instantly. MISS 7OE HOOVERIS
by' Paul H. Smith, Lake W ale; the Ever-
contractor, for U. S. Engineers assuring everyone of at least three to the left 'across the highway and I PARTY GUEST Clewiston Club to hold

are now occupied by families of 18 hole rounds for the $1.00 entry went into a ditch, in which there. I glades 'Merchants' Championship?

fee. was about three feet of water. It Miss Zoe Hoover, Shreveport. very shortly.
men employed at the locks. Mr.
Any Everglades merchant is eli- remained upright. The occupantsof Louisiana, who is visiting hen
and Mrs. Paul Waters are occupy-
ing the new five room residence, gible to contribute a prize or prizes the Buick had left LaBelle fora brother, Sidney Hoover, was honoi Largest Hanger

for this meet. Any merchant desiring ride to Clewiston following the guest at a bonanza party given bjMiss
similar in and
which is design con-
struction to the homes on the res- to list himself among the fight broadcast that evening. Eunice Meredith Thursda Opened At MiamiMiami

ervation here. prize donors should get in touch Chancey, an ACL employee, had afternoon.Mrs. .

In addition to this home there with Don Young, Clewiston Club been working in Sears as had the Blanche Turner received s

are two new duplex buildings. Mr. professional and is assured proper other men riding with him that package of bath tablets as higl" June 28, (Ii'NS-The)

1( and Mrs. Glenn Dyess and Mr. and recognition in doing so. night. ,Two girls in the car were score prize, Mrs. Z. C. Mereditl World's largest aircraft hanger has

Mrs. Edward Bronson have moved Entries are now beings receivedat from LaBelle. linen handkerchiefs for low, ant been opened here at the Inter-

from LaBelle into one of the duplex the Clewiston Club and qualify- The driver of the truck has not Mrs. C. E. Nail a box of socia1 national Pan American Airport.

be time. notes as cut prize. Miss Hoover completion of the enormous
buildings. The other apartment ing rounds may played any yet been apprehended. With .,
The starting date for match play was given an attractive compact twin steel structure, Pan American
, are occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Aug-
; and will be announced later. Elected as guest i prize. Airways now has 118,000 ,square
! ust Z. Oberhaus, jr, and Mr. Mrs. Taylor I
_isalad course was served b; feet-nearly three acres ot hangerspace.
.i Mrs. T. Williams, jr., also of
Miss Meredith to Miss Hoover, Mrs .
LaBelle. I Ii TWO CLEWISTON' YOUTHS School Board Chm'nA
I Turner, Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mrs, To accommodate the clipper) shipsof
< nATIOXSGeorge"
I i The location of the new "
1 building in Clewiston has been Nail, Mrs. Roy 'Alston. Mrs. M. M. the future, whose wing spans,

Prewitt, Mrs. Evelyn Hare Spikes be enormous, the
II staked out on the reservation be- Bestor is recovering in special meeting of the Hendry: officials say, will

l hind the warehouse building, but the Good Samaritan Hospital in county school board was held in and "Mrs. D rrO\y. huge hanger, occupying 76,000

U t 1 construction has not yet been West Palm Beach from an appen- LaBelle Tuesday, afternoon and square feet, has an open floor

started. dectomy which was' performed on Mrs. Homer Taylor of Felda was Bonifay, Fla.-Holmes County space 150 x 180 feet, with 35 feet

1 Monday elected chairman to succeed M. E. poultry producers have formed a clear head room. The steel hull?

I Of more than 100 different insects LeRoy Hare underwent a similar VonMach who recently resigned club for study and promotion of o'f the present Clippers stand 25

1 that may be seen feeding on operation Monday night in the from membership on the board.. their products. The club will meet feet above the ground and their

I citrus trees, only 10 are considered Everglades Memorial Hospital at I r The regular July meeting was once a month to discuss topics per- wings have a span" of 118 feet.

r. serious enough pests to warrant Pahokee. postponed until Saturday, July 9th, taining to poultry production and Another new steel 'structure two

I'' ,1{r'.._ control measures, the other 90 Both boys arc reported in good II due to the fact that Mrs. Taylor breeding. Mrs. Bettie A. Caudle, stories high and 100 x 80 feet in

;: condition following! their noperaUs -. to be vacation next home agent assisted in organizingthe I size, houses the motor and machine
I kinds being effectively conlrollp'3 by ,. .. : expects on x ... ". "
f\\ natural' CnCm1e'sI t'!,,+ I Saturday" the regular meeting' date club. shops
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News nemew of Current Events

Opinions on, Booksv ASK MEA: Quiz With AnswersANO"THER

ASK BUSINESS1 HELPFive -v- Offering Information \

book, be flower r
may' a a on Various SubjectsThe
'Spending' Chiefs Tell Their Recovery Hopes flower that blows: A road to a '. .
far town.-Lizette Woodworth

Government Agencies Warned to Avoid Politics "Reese. Questions I The Answers
Books are fatal: They are 1. Who was the first President 1. Warren G. Harding first broad-
the curse of the human race.- to speak over the radio? cast over'the radio in 1923.
,Disraeli.A 2. What 2. Fear and love.
are the primary human anger,
is friend whose faceis "
book a emotions? 3. Texas.

constantly changing.Andrew 3. What state has existed under 4. The Spanish, French, 'Mexican -
,Lang. six flags? its own, Confederate and the
Books are the treasured 4. What six ,United States flags.
were they?
wealth of the world.Thoreau.Books .
5. How big is the largest parachute 5. The largest parachute ever
the and
'are compasses ? made was 90 feet in diameter and
wwjt l telescopes and sextants and 6. From whom did 'we, derive contained 1,000 yards of pure silk.'
charts which other men have
r xi 6. The Romans.
y the custom of handclapping?
prepared to help us 7. The people of Holland, Mich.,
the dangerous seas of human 7. In what city in the :United scrub the streets in preparation
life.-Jesse Lee Bennett. States do the people scrub the for their annual tulip festival.
streets for special occasions?

i Latin American Cities

; I Chair Set in Filet Crochet I 40,000 Tegucigalpa inhabitants, Honduras, and ,,Buenos with

_________ Aires, Argentina, with 2,290,788 inhabitants -
are the smallest and the
:;;...... ::;::: :::::mm:? r. ;::: ::::::U" cents in stamps or coins (coins largest capital cities in Latin
:..J:::::::::'::,,:' .: :r.\\ :i ':H.mm :: preferred) to The Sewing Circle, America.
:;:::.,."\ !.ii".i. ..::::::m Household Arts Dept., ,259 W.- 14th
: .:; :. ::; !: =. .::::mmm St., New York, N. Y.

Please write your name, ad-
dress and pattern number plainly.

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John Roosevelt, youngest son of the President, and his bride, the 0-I '
former Anne Lindsay Clark, leaving the old church in Nahant, Mass., Electric Toaster.-A wRll u '" viation Caps

where they were married.dtd. .... cheap narrow paint brush is splen-
did for brushing crumbs from
between the wires of an electric
WSUMMARIZES Pi.cIuur.d toaster and also lessens the dan-

ger of damaging the toaster.
Western Newspaper Union.
Cooking- Green Vegetables.Letthe $25.00 to $35.00 per week
Ask Business to 'HelptpIVE condition until the engine plunged water be boiling' when the perperson,including meals,two to the room.
through the span, dragging sev- vegetables are put in.. The kettle IDEAL CLDIATB-
I of the officials who will have eral cars after it. should be left 'uncovered and the for folder

most to do with carrying out the ....-----.......'""'-,.-.; cooking time. reduced to a mini- MARINE TERRACE HOTEL
President's spending-lending drive Law Effects Pattern 6091 mum. Ocean Front at 27th St Miami Beach Fla.
went on the air in a nation-wide Wage "* JOHX B. REID, President

. broadcast and urged STRAIN of the new wage and hour Distinctive this easily cro- Repairing "Linoleum.-Dents in
that business cooperate on industry, say labor experts cheted set, its picturesque motif linoleum 'caused by the pressureof
with the ad- in Washington, will be eased and initial set off by lacy K-stitch. heavy furniture should be filled
ministration in restoring by the existing unsettled economic Excellent for scarf-ends, too! Pat- with! finely chopped cork mixed
permanent conditions. They size up the situ- tern 6091 contains charts. and di- with glue. Level with sandpaperwhen :

recovery. These .ation thus: rections 'for making the set and dry, and ''paint to match the -:
speakers were Sec- At industry's present pace not 3% by 5 inch alphabet; illustra- color of the linoleum.
retary of Agriculture more than 200,000 wage earners in tion of stitches; materials needed.To i i
Henry A. Wal- manufacturing industries would get obtain this pattern, send 15
,' lace, WPA Adminis- more pay. Coloring ,Custards.-A stick of O is right around this quiet congenial hotel.
trator Harry L. Hopkins The big high speed industrial ma- cinnamon, broken into the milk 'Rooms with bath from $2.50 single, $4
Toast to a WomanHere's beaten into custards gives them a
acting PWA chines, such as automobile plants, '' double. FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD.
;woW< zzr; : to the woman who has a faint cinnamon color, but does not
Administrator will touched
hardly be by the law.
Harry Hopkins ard A. Gray, United It will affect certain garment fac- smile for every joy,. a tear for darken them.
States Housing Administrator Na- tories and a very small number of every sorrow, a consolation for
than Straus and Brig. Gen. John J. textile mills.It every grief, an excuse for every Washing White Silk.-Never use ..
Kingman, acting ,chief of United will affect the fertilizer industryof fault, a prayer for every misfor- soap on white silk. The soap
States army engineers. the South and southern sawmills.At tune, an encouragement for every should be dissolved in water before ':'

Outlining his plans for use of fed- the outset the law's effect will hope.-Sainte Faix. I laundering is begun. 41rd

eral funds allocated his agency, be to improve "the worst condi-
Hopkins said that the purchase of tions" in certain industries engagedin
materials alone for WPA projectswill interstate commerce, the econ-

give indirect, full-time private omists believe. ,
jobs to 250,000 workers, in additionto "I
relief jobs for the unemployed."And 'Keep Out of' Politics'
so the WPA money flows,
like the blood in the human body, SENATOR MORRIS SHEPPARD
giving life and strength to the eco- and the senate cam-
nomic system all the way from its paign expenditures investigating
toes to the top of its head," he said. committee of which he is chairmanhas Irium contained in BOTH Pepsodent Tooth
Secretary Wallace said that under directed all gov-
Powder and Pepsodent Tooth Paste
ernment to :;
the new agricultural legislation the agencies
farmer is in good shape to do his take no part in primary If you want the true facts about the mirror. Notice how Pepsodent with
part in the recovery drive. and election remarkable effectiveness of Pepsodent Irium has gently brushed away those
"If business would only start pro- campaigns. And it containing Irium,try this modem,newdingy surface-stains and polished your
has issued day dentifrice yourself. teeth to their full natural sparkle I What's
ducing as it knows how to produce, warningthat
Brush your teeth twice a day with more, Pepsodent with Irium is com-
the market for agricultural products persons sus- Pepsodent 'containing Irium. After a pletely SAFE! It contains NO GRIT,NO
would expand during the next yearto pected of improper short time examine your teeth in a PUMICE,NO DRUGS! Try it. today.
a point which would help amaz- political conduct will
ingly in bringing about a solutionof be exposed and
the farm problem," he said. cited for criminal
Gray, who has been administering prosecution. Ways of Speech I easily, to speak justly, and to Past Events the Rule
PWA affairs in the absence of In- ,- ....>, ,- The committee at There are several ways to I speak at the right moment.-La I A sensible man judges of pres- I

terior Secretary Ickes, said that the Sheppard Senator its first meeting speak: to speak well, to speak Bruyere. ent by past events.-Sophocles.

spending of money 'set aside for adopted a resolution
public works under the recovery pledging that its investigations will
program should result in industry's be-conducted with "vigor and vigil- I UNA and INA at Cousin Kates Weddinq I I
receiving $1,000,000,000 in orders in ance" without fear or favor and

the next two years. without partisanship. The warning YOU CANT ASK ALL THE LOOKAUMT MAUDE YOU -FORA WE SURE CAN SEE,AUNT MAUDE, 'N' YOU GET A
Straus outlined his agency's pro- against use of improper tactics was K1NFOLKS KATE! WE CANT LISTEN! UNA'tf I KIDDIES WEDDING? WITH JELL-O JUST ONE BOX OF WHOLE QUART
gram of slum-clearance and low- directed first to all candidates for AFFORD TO BUY ICE CAN MAKE THE MAKE ICE CREAM JELL-O ICE CREAM 'N"A HALF OF
cost housing and said that it will senatorial offices, their friends and CREAM FOR ALL OF'EM. CE| CREAM AND IT ICE CREAM- 1| POWDER EVERY POWDER TO A ICE CREAM!
result in increased employment and aids. It was then extended to all F WONT COST MUCH I / QUART OF MILK,
the "creation of that finest and most government agencies. t ATALL. OR MILK AND _
needed of all commoditiesbetterhomes -7." '" CREAM -
for Americans." / I \ v
German Spies Indicted / h
The administration's flood control -/(
program, General Kingman said, AFTER five months of investiga-
will produce "equally beneficial results by government agents, 18 f I ( 9. { #
not alone in the reduction of persons were indicted as spies by a q f'l ,
human suffering," but in keeping federal grand jury in New York. r rye
open business channels and provid- Moreover, no secret was made of 1
ing additional employment. the fact that they are charged with
r.-- being spies for the German govern-

Terrible Train Wreck ment tion ,concerning engaged'in obtaining our national informa-de ,v/) ':,

OLYMPIAN, crack passenger fense.
the Milwaukee road Four of the defendants are in this THIS ICE KATE SAYS UNA DO TELL' WE MADE IT WITH 'N'
bound from Chicago to Tacoma, country and will be tried here. The CREAM'S .AND INA MADE IT.1 TELL O ICE MAKE IT IN
Wash., crashed through a flood- others, including three German offi- GORGEOUS! SURE IS CREAM! POWDER- *wwma*
weakened trestle over Custer creek, cers, are abroad. FOREVERMORE, TOO/
near Saugus, Mont., and at least 40 ---'r4-- CREAMY
persons perished, most of them be- / / SMOOTH" 1 '
John Roosevelt Weds TRY ALL
ing drowned in a submerged tour- THOSE OTHER FLAVORS-
ist sleeper. About 65 others were IN.A little old stone church at Na- THEYRE-GAO*
injured. Mass., John Roosevelt, FOR HAND FREEZER OR AUTOMATIC
This was the worst railroad wreck youngest son of President and Mrs. REFRIGERATOR
in America in recent years, and it Roosevelt, and Anne Lindsay Clark '
sadly marred the safety record of were made man and wife. After the W Nr
the Milwaukee road which had not ceremony there was a reception in o; JELLOE MI
lost a paying passenger in accidents the old Nahant club, and the young i I RE ERt
in the previous 20 years. couple then started on a honeymoontrip P pW
The eleven-car train ran into a to Campobello Island, N. B., the
cloudburst near Saugus but the location of the President's summer '
crew had no warning of the trestle's home. : LEMON MAPLE-UNFLAVORed.r


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Wise and Otherwise The Blue RoomThe Reporter Got Hint-

i _oNO Blue room, decorated in the
I Jefferson Enshrined I IJ DOUBT' the tailor who has style always of the been first French considered empire the, Not a Thing' Fit, to PrintThe

asked for cash in advance
J I most beautiful room in the"White reporter limped in.
had taken his customer's meas- House. The walls finished "Well +
are with growled the news. edi-
ure.Quite white enameled wainscoting and tor, "did.you' get the interview?"
'l,! ;5:' small things may keep covered with heavy corded blue The newsman pointed to a pairof
n\vN V: %a,:..,. vt' you from sleeping at night, silk brocatelle. Window draperiesare black eyes.
wl@v; x,X''' .: %' {;2bY1a. says 'a doctor. Never mind- of the same material, with "We can't print a pair of black
ArS they'll grow up presently. gold fret motifs embroidered at eye Where's the story?"
Girls who play with fire don't top and bottom. The reporter lifted his hat and
,. \qgtf =" '" < :''W":':n:'',. ': <;\,<.; always strike a match. The room is lighted with a crys- displayed a huge bump on his
,. .t Little Buddy wants to know ,tal chandelier, supplemented by head.
4j. how far it is 'tween to and fro. wall sconces. A white marble "Look," he repeated.The .
Pl'r < : '->: : :-k:' mantel dates from 1792. The editor went wild.
: : : Many a man has the wolf at man-
ifk "f a).6ff '" ..,' j' -m'jff'rl i :k": :: .:..:,,. .;ii;Yov? ,}:, .0 ',' his door because his wife will tel clock, decorated with a figureof "What good is that?" he howled.1"We ,
:" ;;% j 'I ,- 'I : t ''r have a silver-fox round her Minerva; is said to have been can't print things like that.
neck! given by' Lafayette to George Didn't you get the chap 'to' saya .
: When you're in a jam, it's Washington. The furniture has few words?"
;.. $;; .a. soon 'spread all over the place. white and gold'woodwork and blue "Sure,", was the reply, "butyou':
$1t x < and gold upholstery. can't print those either!"

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Many 1938 celebrants of July: Fourth will forget that IndependenceDay { r
has brought death to'three former American Presidents. John Adams : IT'
and Thomas" Jefferson both died July 4, 1826, and James Monroe passed
f ) away the same day in 1831. ,By far'the greatest of these, Thomas Jefferson -
is usually ranked with Washington and Lincoln.. But not until this year
have active'steps been taken to enshrine Jefferson at the nation's capital.

Construction will start soon on the above white marble memorial designed -
by the late John Russell Pope. A round, low structure supported
by surrounding pillars and covered by a dome, it will stand on a tide-
basin of the Potomac river within
sight of the monuments to Washington -
and Lincoln. Thus will be com- 1q< vj. 4tiA ;yq
pleted the trinity of edifices to these :fir yA1. 0C

towering figures in American history.A t T ahtjf ':,.(%
heroic size statue of Jeffersonwill
grace the center rotunda sur- 1
rounded by inscribed panels ,of his : 5\x NS \' r { :.
famous statements. Six successive
designs have been considered since
the memorial was first agitated in
1901. The final plan by John Russell
'; Pope conforms closely to the original ja'. LW

under century.consideration at the turn of the -

Nor was it an accident that the
shrine will follow GraecoRomanlines. nZ
Jefferson, himself an' archi- 'S 4rq' sWti s
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The Clewiston News future, and by George, a' bang tip I unique and interesting aquarium.But NOTICEIn
motorcade; right in the heat of don't let the '''word "aquarium" I
compliance with the law govern-
summer,. you might say. deceive you, for it, falls far shortof ing the preparation of the annual Counselor and Attorney at Law

Published every Friday in' Clewiston, describing "Marineland". "Mar I I assessment DRAINAGE DISTRICT roll of EVERGLADES taxes notice Hopkins Building
Florida, by the CLI WISTON NEWS "
Inc. VKEATHLEY The huckleberry season is on and ine Studios. I is hereby given that said assessmentroll Wednesdays and Saturdays
If can imagine a sizeable has been completed and a meet-
the Seminoles have been bringingthe
Ing of the Board of Commissioners 0:30 to 4:00
berries in town to sell them hunk of nice fresh ocean, incluCng of Everglades Drainage District will i
DOWDEN, Editor be held at the office of the District,
depth, breadth and thickness, and
house. Their
from house cus-
300 County Court House, :Miami, Florida -
tomers are numerous for in their populated by all manner of. animal, at 11 o'clock A. M. July 19th AGENT

Entered as second class mail matter native garb the Seminoles are rather vegetable and mineral life found 1938. for the purpose of hearing
February I, 1927, at the Post Office in complaints and objections to the con- L. B. Mershon '
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of fascinating, and the only way to therein, literally lifted from the tents of such roll and the method

March 3, 1897.SnbllcrlptioD. i get them to talk is ,to do a little heart of the sea and placed before and manner of preparing COMMISSIONERS the'same.. New York Life
trading with them. They'll show you for your careful study and OF EVERGLADES DRAINAGE

inspection, you'll! have some idea DISTRICT.K. Insurance CompanyARCADIA
Rate $2.00 Per Yenr.AdvertUIngr interest only when you show your ,
Rates On Application. money. At Jamye Ezelle's party of this remarkable institution just M.SecretaryJune THROO1, FLORIDA

last week, the Indians came' to the : opened on the Ocean Highway, :It r 21, July 1. 8.INVITATION. ---

wel- door selling berries. Some of the miles south of St. Augustine.
Devoted to the advancement and
:fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. visitors (and did you ever see 'any Housed in an odd modernistic
one who could find as many at- building, two massive tanks or

tractive visitors as Jamye) had open air swimming pools, different Sealed bids in duplicate for the;

.:..:..:..:..:.: ..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. never seen the Indians, so in orderto from anything you. have ever seen, and furnishing the performance of all labor of and all work material for h

get them to talk someone bought provide a home for a variety of the construction of a wharf in the rT' V.70
Caloosahatchee Canal at Moore Haven G X5000.t
RAMBLINGS. some berries. The bridge party deep sea monsters that you have Florida a wharf in the Industrial COfTHE

was almost at a standstill till the read about, glimpsed perhaps at a Canal at Clewis ton, Florida, a wharfIn
Taylors Creek at Okeechobee,
,:N N:N:N:N M:M:N:N:N NON N:N:N:,,:N H N:MyN:N NM,1 Indians were gone, and half the distance or seen as carcasses hanging Florida will be received at the office -

guests went home with a bag of on some fishing dock. of the Board of Commissionersof
The first week home from vaca- Okeechobee Flood Control District SAFETY
berries. You may stand, if you like, 403 Harvey Building. West Palm OF
tion should find a columnists's mind above Beach Florida until 2:00 P* M. on
the pools and look into their SAVINGS
July 11, 1938.
full of inspiration. It's' the summer It's too bad LeRoy and George fascinating depth, or choosing the Plans and specifications are on file

months when things level you prefer, view their amaz- and may be examined at the officeof Share ACCOUNTSas
are' apt didn't get together on this appendicitis the District West Palm Beach, '

to drag that the editorial ,columnsare business. If they both had ing interior through convenient or at the office of the :Mayor, Clew- as all liberal profits
iston, Florida or at the office of the
full of time and space fillers I to have' them 'removed on the same portholes, to have porpoises sharks, U. S. Engineers, Moore Haven. Lock earned by them fully
day, they might have arranged the giant rays, swordfish and massive No.1. Moore Haven. Florida or at ,
like the series of ''knock knocks" of the. : Okeechobee,
the office Mayor '
return curious
same hospital and had a good time sea your Florida. INS U P E D y
that flourished few .
a summers
ago. gossiping about the rest of us stare with beady eye, as they swim The right is reserved to refuse any
We believe statistics will show and all bids.BOARD. EACH ACCOUNT
past, enjoying to the full their
when they get to feeling better. I OF"
that more blank verse is written i new found playhouse. OF OKEECHOBEE COMMISSIONERS FLOOD

during the three summer months' ) CONTROL DISTRICTBen Clewiston Federal
When Dave Alston left for his Tiger sharks sneer at you throughthe '
than the rest of'the year. It's a
vacation last week his announced glass and lash their tails, seals Secretary
great time for amateur poets. June, 24, July 1, 8.NOTICE. Savings and Loan
destination was in the mountainsof laughingly wave a flapper as they
Paul Rardin of the Canal Point
North Carolina, but the "havingfine glide by; saucy penguins delightyou
News found his editorial mind Association7Itianu
time wish you were here"cards with underwater antics--while
wandering )ast week in his column I
received in Clewiston this myriads of smaller sea creatures : I

and wrote an open letter to, his week were mailed in Colorado. that include most every variety: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

wife Kathryn who is vacationingin of fish or shell fish, participate in the Board of County Commissionersof
Florida, will meet
Hendry County
Georgia with relatives and writ- 'to the marvelous pageant of the ''deep, with the Assessor of Taxes for said
ing him almost daily of fried Send this one Ripley: Lucille to astound, educate and amuse County at the office of the Clerk of
chicken fresh peaches and Downs received LOW score at Mrs.Duff's the Circuit Court of said County, on
you. the 5th day of July, 1938, at 10 FLORIDA
the like. Paul told her everythingwas bridge Tuesday Mrs I o'clock A. M for the purpose of hear-
lucky dog, particu- Uncrowned Queen and Ruler of and receiving testi-
lovely at, home the pot plants a proverbial ing complaints
cards and all she surveys in "Marineland" mony as to the value of any property,
when it to ,
had died, the radio was broken, the larly comes real or personal as1 fixed by the said
Duff told her to wipe the is charming and graceful Mrs. J. of Taxes the tax
ice box would not defrost, it had Mrs. County Assessor on 1A

..... rained in on the new rugs and slate clean and start again. Which Pierpont ''Porpoise, who in company the assessment year 1938 roll, of of perfecting said county, review-for p

chair in the living room, and the she did promptly, 'and won high with her equally winsome daughter ing and equalizing the assessment,
at Mrs. Patterson's luncheon proves a delightful hostess. and will continue in session for that
the lawn had dug score
who mows
man for
purpose from day to day one
and turning about
Diving, twisting
up all her flowers thinking they bridge next day. week, if necessary, or as long as
the great tank. she is here there shall be necessary.
were weeds. He wound up, "Don't'hurry This the 17th day of June, A. D.

home, just have a good" time, N........,.......................,..'...."...0..........u..u.u..............:........._...__..__..__..__..__..__..__..__..n._.. and seal everywhere and all other, 'while creatures shark, exer-ray, 1933. ALTO HIRES .

everything here is just fine. This
Chairman Pro Tern, Board
cise to keep out of her
care way
week we asked him when Kathrynis Too Late To Classify of County Commissioners,
and prove unoffensive. A mammal, I Hendry County, Florida.
coming home and he said "this
ATTEST William T. Hull
she nurses her offspring and unburdened :
week." The trickworks, so you I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
By'Pussell Kay with false modesty, thinks Clerk
bachelors take note
summer may nothing of doing so in public, June 17, 24, July 1st'I

and try it out if the wifey's vaca- :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:... while hundreds of poor "human"fish ,
tion seems too long.

Chain letters flourish in sum- When I was ,a kid I used to sit gaze at her through glass I FOR SALE-One lot of second
bug-eyed for hours reading JulesVerne's ; hand furniture. I
"favor "Marineland, while unquestionably -
"Twenty Thousand Leagues Florida's "Number One" at- I Parkinsons Inc., Moore Haven. /
ber a few summers ago when we
Under the Sea" and other fantastic traction that is certain to bring
had a "dime letter chain, and then
tales, until I'd get so groggy I tourists and visitors to the state
there was a "prayer. for peace" FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs Stop at th*
in never-ending streams, was not f-
chain and goodness knows what all. couldn't' hold my eyes open. Thenin .
bedroom suitable for one or two
conceived and built for this pur-

my sleep I'd see all manner of pose alone. Its primary purpose, persons. Phone 376 or call at ;Hotel Patricia
Speaking of vacations we usually weird under-sea creatures glarin'
in the ,minds of those responsiblefor premises. :F. L. Williamson.J. 312 a. E.. SECOND AVENUEAll
slip off a couple of weeks during at me thru imaginary portholes.The .
its construction, is the scientific -
the summer when things are dull, thought that the day would
study of marine life and the
and there isn't so much news to come when I would, actually go \Outside Rooms With
creation of a suitable undersea
write up, thinking those who sub- the same in real
through experience Private Bath
studio in which "natural" life of S. CAMPBELL
stitute for us will have an easy life never entered my head, but
the deep might be staged and
time. Well, we returned this year last week at "Marineland," Flor- COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

to find the town in as busy a whirlas ida's newest and most amazing at- filmed. Jeweler & WatchmakerAll
Here, in years to come, picture Overlooking Biscayne Bay
midwinter. Some attractive visitors traction, I enjoyed the thrill that
producers wil secure the shots and
have been the incentive fora heretofore I certain could Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
scenes of an underwater nature, Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
number of parties, wedding bells be but dream.
never anything a ,
designed to give genuine, realismto Optical Repairs Business Section.
hardly have time to get stilled Thanks to the vision, courage
their feature attractions, as
between weddings, a new churchis I and enterprise of a group of scientifically AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP
everything necessary for the perfect RATES
being built, some new homes I minded young men, Flor ,
production of such undersea photo- -
planned and going up in the near : ida today has the world's most
graphy will available.

Fortunate indeed ,is Florida that .

_.........................................:... ........................,............................................................................ her tropical waters provide such Furniture and Homo V urnishingsPHILCO $2.50 Double
U" specimens as are desired, that her RADIOS

'. climate and sunny skies afford
*' \ X'? greater opportunity for camera Household FurnishingsInc. Special Family, Weekly &,

*:* 11 work, and that she was chosen as Monthly RatesS.

the ideal location for such an .

enterprise BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA D. McCREARY, Proprietor

60LF All Florida bows in tribute to
Marineland officials: Cornelius Van- --

erbilt Whitney, W. Douglas Bur- .

den, Ilia Andreyevitch Tolstoy,

:f COURSE ::: Lillian Christina Koehler and oth- 9:. \ O 1 -

I; .' ers. All Florida compliments them
Y t :: upon the successful opening of fZ :

Y f this underwater wonderland and : '- ; S

$ ) .s'.s' wishes them unbounded success. ; I-III Ylf. I Ii
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i Notice to call is hereby of the given Board that of Super-pursuant t tMe/lI a I

; Isors of Clewiston Drainage district
s the annual meeting: of the land-
v owners of Clewiston Drainage Dis- Bachelors may choose to exist in
y trict for the'year 1938 will be held

... at the office of said District in theCity apartments and rented houses but '
-CIII S Hall Building Clewiston, Hen-
"z"f dry County. Florida on Thursday, olRECt YOUR FAMILY deserves the hap- ,
x July 21, 1938, at four o'clock P. M.,
v Eastern Standard Time for the purpose REOUC1tON and richer life that real home

.... A of:. 1-A" pier a

:: Moderate Green Fees ::;_: Electing Receiving a Annual Supervisor Reports; and Nome plan of your own will provide. Our safe' .

y taking action with respect thereto IS SlwtlE.SSE E and economical home financing plan '
as the landowners may de-

:'_: I Exceptional Fairways i I It: termine; ,j> land can help you own YOUR HOME.

Interesting Greens 3-Transacting such other businessas

: I : l may come before ,the! meeting. C'ewiston Federal


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Y Okeechobee over the week-end were COOTIE PARTY HOSTESSMrs.
Y Dr. and Mrs. Roy J. Holmes!' and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jess Oglesby
Y'PER80N1L son of Miami and Dr. Charles E. announce the .' Glen Etherton entertained

L and, SOCIETY =i Lewis of West Palm Beach. The engagement, and approaching Wednesday afternoon with a cootie
visitors were guests at the Inn. marriageof party complimenting Mrs. Ted

+y their daughter Clarke of Jacksonville, who is the

.y. y. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bradnackleft Mary Louiseto 'guest of her sister, Mrs. Aubrey '
. . . . . . . for visit with Wells.A .
.*.. ...* .. today a relatives -
( - - - - - !
In Brunswick, Georgia. Mrs. Brad- John Joseph Lucca box of bath powder was awarded -
Sandy Bell visited his sister in Mrs. J. J. Graham, Edith, Jess,
nack is going on to New York fora The above announcement wll be Mrs. Wells, who held high
West Palm Beach Sally and Florence Graham Bobbie
Tuesday.Mr. stay of several months, and Mr. received with much cordial interestby score, and a linen handkerchiefto
T Spicer and Francis Wright were Bradnack will return to Clewiston friends of this popular and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence for low

and Mrs. M. W. Bigg spent Fort, Myers visitors Wednesday.Mrs. after a visit in Brunswick.The well known couple. The weddingwill score. Cootie prizes, bottles of
Sunday In West Palm Beach. I be solemnized at St. Margaret's perfume, were won by Mrs. Foy
J. F. and Mrs. Z. G.
'- -- Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Catholic Church on Saturday, July Durrence and Mrs. B. E. Herring.A .
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lakin of Meredith and daughter, Patsy, were Taylor were in West Palm Beach 9th at 6 p. m. No cards are doorstop was given the guest of '-
shopping inVest Palm Beach Tues- i
Miami spent Tuesday and Wed'nesday Thursday of this week called there being issued and all friends of honor. ,
in Clewiston.Mrs. day. by the serious illness of a friend Miss Oglesby and Mr. Lucca are Cookies and an iced drink were i

Hub whom they found somewhat im cordially invited to attend. served by Mrs. Etherton to Mrs. I
art A. Land is spending two
J. H. Doty, W511ard and proved. Mr. Taylor went on to Ted Clark, Mrs. Aubrey Wells, Mrs. ;
weeks in Stuart, where he has
Maxine Doty, are spending their Fort Lauderdale to complete arrangements MRS. DEANE DUFF HOSTESS Foy Durrence, Mrs. B. E. Herring ,
been transferred temporarily for
vacation in Delray Beach. for supplying the pul- AT BRIDGE FOIl VISITORSA Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. A. W. "
work on government dredge. pit of the First Presbyterian churchin I Sias, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. V. C.
that city during the month of Woodward, Mrs. Gratton George,
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Durrencewere Miss Dorothy Craig of Tarpon pretty bridge party was that
August. :Mrs. John Elmore, Mrs. Ed Hayes
given Mrs. F. Deane Duff
by on
guests of relatives in Okee- Springs sp nt'the week-end in
and Mrs. Jimmie Wilson.
chobee on Sunday. Clewiston. Miss Craig was instructor Tuesday afternoon complimenting
of the second grade in the 3ERS. MOBLEY HOSTESSAT Miss Miriam Adams and Miss Betty

Mrs. Robert George and daughter local school during the past year BUFFET SUPPER Williams. KIWANIS CLUB METWEDNESDAY
Each of the honorees were
Miss Roberta George, were
Friday visitors in West Palm Beach. Mrs. Ted Clarke of Jacksonvilleis Mrs. Gordon S. Mobley enter- sented with lovely compacts. Mrs.
visiting her sister, ,Mrs. Aubrey tained with a buffet supper at her R. N. Smith received a spun aluminum Kiwanis Club, Wednesday

( Wells for two weeks. Mr. Clarke home Saturday evening complimenting salad bowl as high score evening, at its regular meeting
J Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Conerly and
Mrs. Tomlinson, of Okeechobeeewere will arrive tomorrow to remain her guest, Miss Betty Williamsof prize and Mrs. Claude Downs a transacted routine business, and
Roy over the Fourth. Jacksonville.Miss set of wash cloths as low prize. occupied much of its time with
business visitors here Tuesday.
Williams was presentedwith Delightful refreshments were discussion of finances.

Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodward a novel bracelet, and Miss served by Mrs. Duff to Miss Adams, Tonight (Friday) the Rotary
Mr. and Mrs. J. Irwin Davis of moved this week into the residenceon Miriam Adams, another out-of-town Miss Williams, Mrs. Gordon Mob- Club of Belle Glade is holding a

Albany, Georgia, spent several daysin Sagamore street, vacated recently guest, received a lovely kerchief. ley, Mrs. J.V'. Ezelle, Mrs. R. N. Ladies Night meeting at the Clew-

Clewiston .on business this week. by Mr.. and Mrs. Harry Guests included Miss Williams, Smith, Mrs. F. 11.Vright, Mrs. iston Inn, and extended an invi-
Vaughn. Miss Adams, Mr. and Mrs.; F. Deane Ck L.' Downs and Mrs. R. Y. tation to Clewiston Kiwanians and

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jones of At- Duff, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Patterson. their ladies to join them.

lanta were business visitors here Mr. and Mrs.: Leon Bembry are Jay W. Moran and Emmett Shelley.

Wednesday and Thursday. parents of a baby girl who was

!born at their home here Tuesday SIRS. AUGUR ENTERTAINSWITH I
Mr. and Mrs., Harry Peters of morning The baby weighed eight AFTERNOON BRIDGE WANTED .
Miami were visitors in Clewiston I pounds. T
Sunday. Mrs. George T. Augur entertainedtwo

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMachand tables of bridge players at her

Mr. and Mrs., Tom Shelley are children, Edward, Margaret, home Wednesday afternoon. High Local
spending several days in Miami Sue, Corrinne and Eleanor, left score prize, a box of bath powder, RepresentativeHave

this week. Thursday for a month's vacation. in was won by Mrs. J. W: Ezelle,
Detroit. low, a box of bath salts went to

Mrs. C. H. Berner and Mrs. G. Mrs. Fred Curry. Bottles of perfume -

B. McDuffie were visitors' 'Tuesday Mrs. A. B. Fowler and Mrs. B. .I were presented to three visitors you been reading the Miami Herald? If
in West Palm Beach. D. Hurst of Miami were trans- Mrs. F. D. Hessey, Miss Miriam
acting business in Clewiston Sat- Adams and Miss Betty Williams. so, you have seen the advertisements of RAMY

L.' Phillips Clarks of WestPalm urday. Mrs. Fowler is the ownerof Mrs. Augur served ice cream SOUTHEASTERN, INC. and have read of the
Beach was a business visitor here, acreage in this vicinity. and cake to Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. Cur-

Thursday. .,._.I .A-i ry, Miss Adams, Miss Williams, wonderful discovery of Charles R. Pierce, attorney

Miss Miriam Adams left, yester- Mrs. Hessey, Mrs. G. S. Mobley, I and former Acting Chief Forester of the U. S.
Mr.' and Mrs. Luther Jones of day for her home in Richland, Ga., Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and Mrs. K.
Belle Glade spent Tuesday here on after spending- two weeks' herewith 'I I Bowden. Government; who found the way to process and

business. "" Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. spin: ramie fiber 1 100% on conventional American
Miss Adams was delightfully en- MRS. PATTERSON, HOSTESS -
J. E. Beardsley attended a meet- tertained during her, visit. AT BRIDGE LUNCHEONMrs. textile machinery.Have .

ing of the board of commissionersof you been reading the Florida Grower?
Everglades, Drainage District In Miss Betty Williams, who has R. Y. Patterson was hostessat
Miami Wednesday. been the house guest of Mr. and a delightful bridge luncheon At If so, you know the ramie story and what ramie

Mrs. Gordon S. Mobley at their the Clewiston Inn on Tuesday in
) means as 'a for Florida and all of the South.
.f Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. V. C. home on the reservation, left yes- honor of Miss Miriam Adams of crop

Woodward, Mrs. Ted Clark and terday for her home in Jackson- Richland, Georgia, who has been Ramie, the world's strongest and oldest fiber,

Mrs. Aubrey Wells visited in Moore ville. the, attractive guest of Mrs. J. W. won'tmildew
is 8 1-3 times stronger than cotton, and it
Haven Monday afternoon.Mr. Ezelle for two ,weeks.A .
-, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robbins and lovely Paisley handbag kas I'I -a perennial plant which is freezeproof,

and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and son, Vollney, motored to Venice presented Miss Adams as a memento -
pestproof and does particularly well in low moist
sons, Billy and Benny, are leaving Wednesday. Miss Marie Robbins, of the party. At cards, Mrs.C. ,

tomorrow for a vacation in Western who accompanied them, remainedand I L. Downs held high score and lands. Ramie, made up into'cloth by hand, was
North Carolina. is spending a month at Treas- i received a knitting bag containing
used to the mummies of Egypt. Sailcloth
-- ure Island Camp for Girls.: a box of stationery. Mrs. E. C. wrap

Frank Hessey arrived- this week Mills received a package of varicolored made of it has been used in one family continuously -

from Jacksonville and will spend Mrs. A. P. Wynn, Jack and facial tissues as low prize.
for than hundred Ramie
several weeks visiting his sister. Janice Wynn) and Mrs. R. E. Wald- Attending the luncheon were more one years.

Mrs: G. T. Augur. ron are leaving tomorrow for Engle- Miss Adams, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, makes up into most any cloth and has an enormous -
I wood to spend the Fourth of July Mrs. W; H. Lanier, Mrs. E. C. Mills, .
Mrs. WJillard F. Simpson, Mrs. holiday with James Wynn. Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. F. )M.

S. W. Houser and Mrs. Keathley Wright! and Mrs. C. L. Downs., The world has wanted mechanically-spun-and-.
Bowden are spending today in Miss Edith Graham and Jesse '
West Palm Beach. Graham left today for their homein SHELLEY'S'ENTERTAIN woven ramie for many years, andnow:: it can have

Jacksonville after visiting their WITH SURPRISE SHOWiER such a product. All Miami and vicinity is talk-
Mr. and Mrs. A. Brewer have parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham
of ramie. South Florida is, have ramie-'
moved into the house on Ventura here for two weeks. J. J. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Beery, ing to a

street, last occupied by. Mr. and accompanied them for a, short visitin whose marriage occurred June 11th, processing plant. It's a great thing for south Flor-
Mrs.. .R. J. Lee. Jacksonville. at surprise
were honor guests
'shower given by Mr. and Mrs. T. I ida. One of the nation's leading agriculturaliststhe

Mr. and Mrs. Carawan Nelson H. J. B.: Scharnberg returned B. Shelley at their home Thursday I I Honorable Fred S. Purnell-who, for many
: returned Wednesday evening froma Saturday from a two weeks' visitin evening. Mr. and Mrs. Beery were'invited
three week's trip during which New York and with Mr. and to a scavenger hunt and years was ranking member of the Committee on

they visited relatives in Mobile. Mrs. O. H.. Scharnberg in D StOH. were told it was in celebration of Agriculture in the House of Representatives at
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of New Kenneth Harris' birthday which occurred -
R. L. Coker returned ((Monday York were Mr. Scharnberg's ;guests. on that day. Washington, D. C., and father of that allimportant -

from a two weeks' vacation, which here over the week-end. After the hunters returned with Purnell Act, is President of the Company. A
' he"spent in Washington' and New
their loot, all articles were placedon
i;:, York. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring will the dining table which was man who for many years was a trustee and director

leave Sunday for their vacation. covered with a cloth hanging almost in a forty-million-dollar bank is Treasurer.
. Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and son; They expect first to visit Mr. Herr- to the floor. Most of the .
w: Joe, left Saturday for Stuart for ing's parents at Winona! Mississippi, articles were useful in housekeeping The man who financed the Gandy Bridge over

" a week's visit with Mrs. Schroeder's and will visit other points in and they were presented to Tampa Bay is General Manager. More than
" mother and other relatives. Northern Mississippi.' Mr. Herringwill Mrs. Beery. Folling instructions
'.},. ,-- attend the second term of she'' pulled a string attached to twenty-five south Floridans are stockholders.We .

,4 :Mrs. Jones Bryan, Mrs. H. A. summer school. some of the articles and' her gifts' want a representative or two in your com
Land and daughter, Shari, and Miss began to emerge from beneath the
Marcia Avant spent Thursday shop- A group of young people who table. It was not until the gifts mupity. The man or woman selected must be

. ping in West Palm Beach. have been attending conference. at and their accompanying cards of of good and thoroughly responsible.
Rockledge, near Cocoa, for two congratulations came in sight that appearance
r Mrs. John Harris and Mrs. Dick weeks returned to Clewiston Mon- the young newlyweds realized the Must be able to furnish unquestionable local ref-

i Bowman and son, Richard, of Belle day. Included in the group were party was in their honor. send
We will a man to meet applicantsat
I'' erences.
Glade were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roberta Spicer, Maxine Doty, Betty The guest list included Mr. and

t G. A. Yon Wednesday. Bailey, Lee Pridgen, Florence Gra- Mi-s. R. C. Nowling, Mr. and Mrs.H. any place named by them.

"- ham and Francis Wright. Mrs. M. H. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. anda
This position is one importance to us
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden J. Hirsch, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. B. J, Schroeder -
E' and sons, Kay and Paul, spent I. J. H. Doty and Willard Doty drove Dr and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Miss good connection for the right person. Write
" Sunday with relatives in Okeechobee. I to Rockledge for them. Mriam Adams, Alfred Van Keller, Florida Write all of
for a of the Grower.
--r-- Miss Mae Palmer, Kenneth Harris, copy
f' Mr. and Mrs.' Louis J. Pape of Parker Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeT. the details as to why you think you can representus
\:. Kim Kolstad returned to Clew- Moore Haven were in Clewiston Augur, Mr. and Mrs Roy Alston,
district. Address the Manager
.1 iston Saturday after spending two Monday to spend the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Curry, Mr. and your
: weeks at. boys camp in Hollywood. the Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Tay Mrs. C. E. Nall, Mr. and Mrs. Foy
: .4{' Miss Tillie Geiger brought him home lor 'at the manse Mr. and Mrs.. Durrence, Miss Marjorie Hood, Mr. RAMY. SOUTHEASTERN, .INC.
. and remained for the week-end UB Pape were members of Mr. Taylor's and Mm. George Sparks, E, E.: ": '1200 Ingraham Bldg

" guest of Mr, and( Mrs, H, o, Kol-} congregation In L&1<9 Worth. .! .ft .number .. Kelley and Mr, and Mrs Andrew.
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1 Father-I promised you a bicycle -

if you worked hard at school

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What have you been'doing? '

Tommy-Learning to ride a .
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CHAPTER XIII-Continued get, warmed up at all. I've got to James stood for a moment regard- CHAPTER XIV Not So Sweet ,

-18- go now, Mister; but you can sit ing the exterior. So this was Nora's Johnny had eaten a spoonful of

The ocean was not visible from there as long as you want to. It's "palace," this weather-beaten old So Nora's father,was left alone in salt to see what it was like.

here, but the salt of it was in the our rock." stable, a relic of more leisurely her "shining palace." He stood '-'b"y "What was 'it like?" asked his

air, and James' heard the roar of "Thanks, sonny; but I think I'll days when people drove horses in- the fire, letting his eyes roam slowly dad. ] ,

waves breaking against rocks. As make a little call on your mother." stead of automobiles. And it wasn't, around the "ball room." It was an I "It's "'. its like sugar

the sun disappeared behind a cloud The child's face lighted. he mused, even an attractive stable unusual room, a room of extraordii I isn't," spluttered Johnny.

the old man stopped, laid down his. "Goody! We1 don't have much To' be sure, the casement win- nary beauty; yet James had never

< bag and buttoned his coat higher company. If you'll put your bagon dows gave it a pleasing look, and seen anything just like its curious WELL SAID

about the throat, shivering a little. this side I'll help you carry it." the front door possessed a certain blending of poverty and riches.In .

In summer this road would be alive "It's not heavy," James told him. dignity; but there was one of those one corner stood a baby-grand ;

with tourists, he supposed. It was "Why-why can't your father move abominations known as a cupola on piano. He was glad ,that Nora had

deserted now-a man-made strip of fast any more?" top! Indeed, his namesake, seeing kept up her music, but-a baby-

macadam that seemed curiously out "Because he's a hero!" The boy that this unexpected caller was grand, when the stuffing was com-

of place between the rocky pastures lifted his head proudly, and again pausing for a view of the "swell ing out of that old chair! Incongruous. -

which bordered it on either side. James seemed to behold a tall young house," came back to point out the Evidently this improvident cou-

Strange, James Lambert musedas ,man standing in his own doorway. cupola with pride."That's ple believed in spending when there

he started, on again, that 24 hours : "Mother's told us about it heaps of our watch tower! We can was anything to spend. ,That rug

ago he hadn't dreamed of being times. It's one of our best favorite see the enemy approching for miles now-that bit of cloisonne-the Rus-

here. Strange too, that despite the stories. You see, Mother and Daddy and miles. Did you notice ,the win- sian candelabra on the mantel. Only

uneasiness he felt at seeing Nora, were at a movie and the roof sort of dows? Daddy and us boys are crazy real money could procure such \)

he was happier than he'd been for caved in and lots of folks were hurt about the colors. Come on in." Andas things.

years and years. After a time he and killed, children, and. their fathers James followed him: "This is The old man moved forward, Wifie-rm afraid I spend more

found himself hurrying a little. That and mothers too. That's sad, a gorgeous room, isn't it? Mr. Little- passing his hand over the lacquered than I'm worth.

"short half mile" which the con- isn't it? Well Daddy grabbed Mother field says it's miles too big; but we chair, its mother-of-pearl inlay shin- Hubby-More than I'm worth,

ductor promised, seemed very long. and got her out all safe; and ing dimly Leonora had written him perhaps, dearest; but don't say

Yet he couldn't have missed the then he went right'back to help the about that chair at the very first. I II such a thing of yourself.

place. This was a lonely stretch of others. Mother says he went where Something her husband had picked

road with no lanes leading seaward.He no one else would go. He saved a I up during his wanderings. Japanese I Softer, Please
drew Nora's life." of course. No one surpassed the
stopped again, postcard Indignant Customer' Really,
i from his pocket and was study- "I see," said James. "And-and Japanese when it came to lacquer.: Mr. Sands, you get dearer and
it where mother while he- His own Chinese cabinet (of which
ing minutely when a voice startled was your dearer'every, day.
him. saved it?" James was rather proud) couldn'tfor
Grocer-Not so loud, mum. My
minute with work
"Say, Mister, have you seen the "She was out on the sidewalk near wife's powerful jealous.
R. F. D. man?" as they'd let her get. There was like this, he admitted honestly. And
here was a nest of tables to matchit.
Moving a step or two forward deep snow everywhere, and pretty
Beautiful Those tables
James saw that the voice belongedto soon it began to snow some more
)-iL in a museum;..yet on the smallest
and the wind blew dreadf'lly and
a small boy who had apparently
she thought he'd never And stood a set of tiny dishes, 'put out, 'bloodshoteves
been swinging on a rustic gate, half evidently 'in anticipation of doll'stea
when he did come two real kind fire-
hidden from view of fir
by clump
a S4ftr party! Did Nora's children play are cured without
men were carrying him but he
; was
trees. There mail
box too.
was a
with things like this? Extraordi-
pain in one day by
This must be the place! The old hurt so hard he couldn't answer
man's heart-beats quickened he when she called. I was a little boy nary Leonardi's Golden Eye Lotion.
as James turned his
again, eyes
'then so I don't remember much NOother, remedy in the
responded: !! haven't seen anybody very caught by a painting of a clipper eye
since I left the trolley. Are you-" about "it; but I remember. one ship above the fireplace. That wasa world as cooling healing and

Then, all because a sudden breeze I thing! ship! One could almost feel the strengthening for weak eyes.
had blown the boy's hair from I "What was that? James askedas of
away wind filling its sails. A Venable, LEONARDI'S
his forehead, the question died onJames' the child looked up in expectation -: course. One would recognize it anywhere GOLDEN EYE LOTION
of the
lips. Where had he seen a Well, Carl Venable had beena
forehead and, hair like 'that? he was next morning. A lady friend of Don's, he understood.The .
came and told that Mother 35C ol all druggist
us boys ;
asked himself
have cost them
some half-forgotten r picture may,
wanted us. We.jumped and 4 New large fife with dropper 50 cents
right up
memory stirring to life. Ah! now if t nothing. Too bad the artist had
ran into her and Daddy's room and N f fa 8,B. Leonard & Co., New Rochelle,N.T.
he recalled it! The door to his own been cut off in his prime-a man

library-a tall young man stand- Mother hadn't got up yet and what with a gift like that. It was a mar-
ing the threshold do you s'pose was there beside L': dealof
upon youth incarnate velous painting-worth a great
her? money; yet here it was in a Both Happy .
"I can't'imagine." If one would be happy let him
"You're kind of out of breath room where the bookshelves were
"A baby! We'thought Santa Claus forget himself and about mak-
aren't you? the boy was saying. "I nothing but boxes, packing boxes
guess you've been hurrying. If was going to bring her, but she "But she couldn't wait for him." I piled one upon another and stainedto ing someone else. happy.NERVOUS.
couldn't wait for him. It
you're tired why don't you sit downon was my match the, woodwork.
little sister Iris! don't think You it's the
so. see,
that rock? It's a good smoothone. "Iris!" Books, books, and still more
Mother sits there when she's ball room. books. A pretty penny they must ?
for the At something in the old man'svoice "Indeed?" responded James. "No books those two
waiting postman. I hope his have spent on ;
he'll bring the money this afternoon. grandson glanced up, puz- it's not too big, and as you say, and yet, Nora's father admitted almost Do
feel want'to
zled. you so nervous you scream?
She'll be pretty discouraged if he sonny it's-gorgeous. with reluctance, the books fur- Are you cross and irritable? Do you scold
doesn't, b'lieve me." "Yep. It was my grandma'sname. It was; yet looking about him curiously nished this,,big room as nothing else those dearest to you?
It's the name of a flowertoo James Lambert If your nerves are on edge, try LYDIA E.
James asked, as he availed him- and ponderedon could-gave it atmosphere. Their PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
J: self of the proffered ; Daddy says my little sister's what made it so. The place was varied bindings made him think ofa It often helps Nature calm quivering nerves.
resting place: more like a flower than For three generations one woman has told
any- in
shabby enough way. The build- camel's hair shawl his mother
"So another how
mother to
- your expects the he go "smiling through" with
post- thing
ever saw, 'cept Mother. ers' with which the walls Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
man to bring paper were used to wear. How softly they Compound. It
money But we boys don't think Mother'sone helps Nature tone up the system thus lessen-
The youngster nodded, his blue bit like flower. covered, was stained in places. A blent with the fine old rug that hung ing the discomforts from the functional dis-
a She's too
_ eyes very serious."She's ; big chair needed upholstering. But above them! orders which women must endure.
useful. Make a note NOW to get a bottle of world-
been expecting it for "Well!" said James. The Nora on the wall opposite was a rug that Well, he must sit down for a'I famous Pinkham's Compound today WITH-
more'n would have done honor to a Rajah's while. That walk from the car had OUT FAIL from your druggist-more than a
month and
a she's
pretty he remembered might have been million women have written in letters reporting -
James went'forward
'sturbed about it. A lady that livesin likened to a flower but she surely palace, touching tired him unaccountably. Despiteits benefit.
the beautiful thing with reverent the chair Why' not try LYDIA E.
' the biggest house at, the Port wasn't useful. ,, worn upholstery big by VEGETABLE COMPOUND?PINKHAM'S
. summertimes it to her fingers. the table looked inviting; but he
owes for "Don't you think Iris is a pretty "
teaching her little girl to play. Moth- name?" queried the little boy. "We picked that up in Persia must get nearer the firestretchout

er's a swell piano placer; and she'sa "Yes said the little boy. on the davenport a moment. Ignored Misfortunes
yes, James murmurea
swell cook, too. Are you goingto but hardly knew what 'he was His grandfather smiled at the odd- James paused, staring down at Ignorance of one's misfortunesis

Norton's,' Mister? It's quite a ing. A vision had come to him say-, a ly old remark.". what he had taken for a divan. Why, clear gain.-Euripides.
"You did?
walk. picture of his sheltered, luxuryloving it was nothing in the world but a

"I'm not going to Norton's," replied little Nora standing for hours, "Well, I didn't, 'zactly. I've never pew out of some old church! Wo-

James. "How old are you, perhaps, at that scene of tragedy been there. It was Daddy found it; ever heard of putting such a thing

sonny?" snow driving against her face and it's a magic carpet. That's why into a living room? And yet-by a .

"I'll be six and three quarters waiting waiting .' Mother wouldn't sell it to the rug George-it! seemed to fit the place

before very long," was the prompt Dread in her heart and her babe man from Boston., You see, Daddycan -belong here! What beautiful carv- Leaf40 OUR."

answer. "What's your name, about to be born lie here and look up at it, and ing on those old posts. One seldom "Cap makes-Brush"BLACK Applicekor LEAF 40", I
please?" then he remembers things-like the saw such work in these days. Well, JUST A GO MUCH FARTHER
He had to himself back .
James queer place he'found it in and, oh, this was certainly the strangest yet.A .
doing a hasty in
sum men- the
present the boy said
as happily: OR SPREAD ON ROOSTS i
you know-'speriences he's had in out of some old New England
tal arithmetic, failed to respond. He "That's our house! See the roof pew
said: "Then you must be-" over beyond those pine trees? Youwouldn't foreign countries. It makes him meeting house! But,, it looked sur-
happier. No one would sell a magic prisingly attractive ,with its thick
"I'm James Lambert Mason, put think it was a barn once, Dispels Trouble
carpet, would they? crimson cushion and pillows of the
in the boy.uI'm named for my would you? It's a swell house now. Patience is the best remedy for
"I suppose not, said James; and same warm hue. And it looked
but I've
grandpa Mother
never seen him.It's calls it our shining palace. every trCuble.-Plautus.
sort of funny not to know thought: "What was it Nora told comfortable. "A great deal more
your "I The old
see. heart
was me about memories?" comfortable," James told the empty
own grandfather, isn't it? But I've thudding unaccountably. "Is-is she I
heard a lot about him and seen his at home ?" "It's very old," went on his name- ball room, "than those modern,
picture. It's on Mother's.desk.Do sake. "Older than I am; and so overstuffed affairs one can't get up IMS

you know, if you weren't so old and "Nope. I mean no, sir. She's way' was Mother's di'mund that came from without a helping hand."

\ didn't have so many wrinkles, you'd down the beach with Daddy, and way from South ,Africa. She and For a tired moment the old man are quickly relieved with

I look something like him. That's Donald, and my little sister. You Daddy were on their way home withit sat down and closed his eyes, won- Yager's Liniment A Doctor
! isn't it see, Mr. Perkins the 'spressmangave when I born. Did know if this homeof writes that he uses it for back'i
queer, ? Gee! here comes the as you dering wearily strange aches, sprains and rheumatic
postman! I hope he's bringing Moth- us an old wheel-chair that was born on the high seas?" Nora's possessed a guest room. pains. Buy Yager's Liniment
I' er's check belonged to his grandma, so now of humor today. Let it aches
"You were! Nora had never His sense grown rusty help you rub
Eyes on the eager face, James Daddy can go 'most anywhere.: We written about that. since she went away lifted its headas and pains away. In use over 50
push him down to the water when years. 25c and 50c bottles.
echoed this hope; but the mail car- "Yep. Mother was sort of expect- he soliloquized:
rier merely tossed out a paper; the tide goes out, and 'he walks ing me, but she thought I wouldn't "Perhaps they'll allow me to curl

and the old man saw with conster- back, going real slowly. Last year come till they got to England. Dad- up in the watch tower!" James

nation that his grandson was fight- he couldn't walk hardly at all." dy says I'm the only fellow he ever chuckled. "The enemy in the watchtower

ing tears of disappointment as he' For a moment James was filled knew per-personally, who was bornon would be something new!" WNU-7 2638IIA.I

picked it up. with a sense of horror. Confined to the high seas." Then remembering that the boy had

"Was it a big check?" The ques- a wheel-chair-that boy who had The small boy stopped to struggleinto said his picture was on Nora's desk, SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE

tion was a kindly effort to make con- found life in an office stifling! It a scarlet sweater. he forgot his weariness and arose 60c ,. EIL) $1.20
versation."It was unthinkable! They had reachedthe
"When I get back, he promised, !
was-e-normous," replied the house, and feeling suddenly very (TO BE CONTINUED)
"I'll show you the watch tower if-
boy, and swallowed. "It would buy old and very tired, he said: "I'll i,
two tons of coal, and coal's expen- sit down on the steps, sonny. You if you're young enough to climb a Use of Flemish LanguageThe

sive. Last winter we burned wood tell you mother-well, tell her it's ladder. I've got to run now and inhabitants of Flanders are

and Mother got pretty tired tending someone who knows her father." find Mother Oh- I forgot! He Brings Blessed Relief
and their
called Flemings, language
A the fires. Daddy said he couldn't "You mean my grandpa? Gee! turned at the door, evidently remembering Flemish. Flemish is also spokenby from aches and pains ofRHEUMATISM

stand seeing her do it. Besides She'll be glad to see you! It's get- his manners. "Just about half the inhabitants of Bel .

now he can't move fast any more ting cold now, isn't it? I guess you make yourself at home." gium. It belongs to the low Ger NEURITIS and LUMBAGO \.
he's awf'ly cold. Days when the better inside." Try botch Why Suffer
come "Thanks, smiled his grandfather."I man branch of the Teutonic tongue '
wind blows off the ocean he doesn't He had opened the door but believe I will." and is closely allied to Dutch.







Dean of the Moody Chicago.Bible Instituteof By

Western Newspaper Union. ,

n I I D Lesson for July 3 Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.WHEN .

A CHOICE OF LOYALTIES a patient complains

with or
LESSON TEXT Joshua 1:26 241421.
lI ;
/ -I I
GOLDEN TEXT-As for me and my without vomiting, gas attacks,
house we will serve the Lord. Joshua 2415.:
in side of abdomen -
THAT BONE PRIMARY TOPIC--Choosing Sides. pain upper right

( SHOULD BE INTERMEDIATE JUNIOR TOPIC-A AND Loyal SENIOR Leader.TOPIC- it is likely a physician,

SOMEWHERE / A Choice of Loyalties. by stating that the symptomsare
o Highest Allegiance. due to the gall bladder, '
would be right three times in

',"Lives of great men all remindus four. Pain in stomach with gas
," according to the poet, that,we
attacks is more often due to
too may make our lives sublime,
and thus leave our footprints in the the gall bladder than to any

shifting sands of time. The studyof trouble in the stomach itself.

biography is interesting, instruc- Most of us think of gall bladder j
ykha '" M'---u- tive, and often challenging. Whenwe disturbances as "always" causing
/ enter the field of Bible biographywe jaundice but special-

,bring into consideration an ad- Y ists in stomach, intestine
ditional and fundamental factor, ; and the en-
namely, the power and grace of tire digestive appa-
God working in and through a sur- ratus, ,tell us that
/ ThJpf _- rendered life. All strength of char- there can be considerable -
acter and ability is a gift of God, disturbance

( : : but its glory is largely veiled and .til9 F yc> in the gall bladder

its usefulness definitely limited, if without the appear
: ? not actually perverted, because ance of jaundice.Dr. .
: : there is no recognition of the T. Grier Miller
: foundation of true greatness, whichis Philadelphia! in
faith in and loyalty to God. the Delaware State-

;.yr During the next three ,months we Dr. Barton Medical Journal,
a I are to share in the study of the life states: "In our

stories of great men and women stomach and intestine clinic, leaving -
!t which will not .only stimulate am- out those whose symptoms are ,\
))1 bitions but which also reveal what ,
not due to any organic defect, 38
7 7/ ,. / .__ God can do through those who
> <# are per cent of those with indigestionhave
..-:: b ...- / r. ready to follow Him. inflammation of the gall blad-
/ ...../... Moses, God's great leader for der (cholecystitis). Vague symp-
-P.- -r- .. ...--.r-. Israel, having brought them out of toms of indigestion, not easily explained -

I .,- !,.:::. the land of bondage and through the by any findings and that do
terrible wilderness, is about to not respond to treatment for stom-
leave them. God's workman is aboutto ach and intestinal conditions should

die, but His works to go on. arouse suspicions of gall bladder
W. X. U>
/ (O>p>
.' God is not taken by surprise.I. disease."

'A Prepared Man Takes Command May Not Be Due to Stones.

1'F WARDE E'At)qUARTeR[ I (1:3-6). Another point,emphasized by Dr.
( "Moses is dead therefore
N0,1898-FIND now
WOULD LOIt'E 1"QLJIS1'It1 MOW D lE2 ; Miller is that the fact that stonesare
7/7// /- "
MOIKE NO / -THF HEAD RAMlMBER arise. Life is like that. "The present in the gall bladder
STuRR-' I'LL RlNir I GUARD AND ALL '(HEIR king is dead; long live the king," should not be considered definite
D FOR TRUST/- \ HAVE REPORT HIM UMBERS is the cry of those who live under proof that the stones are causing the
TO ME- monarchies, as one ruler dies and symptoms of indigestion. "Since 15
DN his successor takes over the throne. to 30 per cent of all adults are believed
JI-'I I Until that day when there shall be eventually to have gall
I "tune no longer," men must put stones, and many of them go
cs h s away their sorrow and go on.; _Three through life without symptoms, it
N words characterize the commission.
seems hardly justifiable to condemnto

. I (cI'VE 1. 'Promise (vv. 2-4). God gave operation every individual in
the land to Israel. Every place that whom stones are accidentally .dis-
E Joshua planled his foot upon was covered. If, however, there are no

V to be his possession, even as God other causes for the symptoms pres-
y has promised Moses.. A river lay ent, everything else being equal, the
between; there were walled and stones should be removed."
armed cities to. be taken; there When no stones are present; Dr.
,t OF '\ were even giants .in the land, but Miller advises that the patient be
God promised it to Joshua; and he given medical treatment for a few
took it by faith. weeks or months and if results are

''FIGURED OUT NUMBER "D'VEZ. God has given us many promises, not satisfactory, operation on .the
F A SYSTEM"- WILL vou L WANT ? Ol'M ONLY A too. If we are fearful poverty-I gall bladder be performed.
ANSWER THE PHONE, \ VISITOR HERE -OI'M tricken, powerless Christians, it is *
PLEASE ?--- NO. 1418TENDS NOT LISTED IN TH'iplTHMETlC because we do not believe God. Diet for Healthy Child.,

.0 W Ida to THAT, J BOOK l lAUD 2. Power (v. 5). No man is ableto Dr. Julian D. Boyd in Journal of

WHAT stand against God's servant whois Pediatrics says:
," NUMBER doing God's will, in God's way, "As a guide in designing the diet

',.,.-.. R. \1LTiiJj : JS NIS ? in God's time. It was true of Joshua; of a healthy child of school age, the
.,.. ., \ u it is true today. Men 'set up their following have been specified as a
: c opposition to God's plan and pro- desirable basic or foundation daily
.' i- gram with the assumed belief that intake, to which other foods may be

because they have position, power, added: 1 quart milk; 1 or 2 eggs;
E or money, ,they can readily crush 1 ounce butter; 1 teaspoonful cod
the poor little band of Christian liver oil; 1 orange or tomato or apple -
Ted Vr workers. Russia tried it. They even : ; 1 additional serving of fruit;
By "abolished" God. But religion 2 servings of vegetables, one of.

V r, thrives in Russia, secretly perhaps, fibrous nature (cabbage, cauliflower -
O'loughlinWNU \ but none the less sincerely and suc- celery, whole grains, spinach);
cessfully. 1 serving of meat, fowl, fish or liver.

3. Courage (v. 6). To serve God "Milk is the basic or foundationfood
means to be assured of His help. as it is not only the best sourceof
Faith lays hold of that fact and the calcium (lime) but is also a valuable -
yES! LOOK AT ( I'M SORRY whole man becomes courageous. source of protein-the body
IT J TWO BUTTONS food and of-the vitaminsB.
LooK AT building ,
TheE I II. An Experienced Man Gives
?NAT SHIRT,I ONE OF OFF- A RIP IM DEAR.-- Counsel (24:14-21). and G. Vitamin B is especially
YOUR NEWER THE 'BACK'-! T valuable for children as it promotes
More than two decades have
ONES, ISMT IRONED NICELY- passed since the appointment of growth and appetite, and is greatly
F IT? Joshua to lead Israel. God has fulfilled needed by nerve tissue. VitaminG
r every promise. Israel is in also promotes growth in the young
Before the and vigor in the adult."
the Promised Land. aged
I leader dies he calls the leaders of This foundation or basic diet as
his people together to urge them to advised by Dr. Boyd offers parentsa
A continue in the way of faith and simple diet to follow to maintainthe
loyalty to God. This he does by: health and strength of the
healthy school-age child.
T 1. Example (v. 15). "As for me
and my house, we will serve the
Mountain of SilverIn
Lord." No man can honestly and
some parts of the world nat-
effectively call others to devotion to
ural wealth is heaped upon the ,inhabitants -
the Lord unless he sets them an ex '
/ lavishly by nature. Trin-
E idad has her vast lake of pitch-from
III 2. Instruction 16-10). Remem-
which millions of tons have been
bering God's dealings with them, shipped to all parts of the world.
R I PAY OUT rOOD MONEY IT SURE ISA SWAME/ YOU SPEND the people declare their determination Lake Magadi in East Africa has inexhaustible -
THIS SHIRT COST FIVE FIVE DOLLARS FOR A SHlBT, TENj to serve the Lord. They spoke : stores of pure soda.
DOLLARS-AND IT DOES 4'TA OF CRITICISM rather glibly. Joshua instructs
.H DOLLARS WORTH But it is queer to find a mountainof
A NICKLE'5 &ONE tJP- them. God is not interested in lip
SHAME! GET OM THE WAY IT I IS valuable mineral, all ready to be
WORTH OF CARE AU D YOU ONLY SHOW A QUARTER'SWORTH service. He does not need them so
SEE You carted London Tit-Bits
IT WHEN/ YOU'RE much need Him. He does away says
E OF as they "
OvJM STAIRS Magazine. "Der Erzberg, the
-DnessEn LJp/ not look their confession of
Iron[ mountain of Styria, Austria,
Him, if they continue to live in sin.
is 50 per cent pure iron, estimatedby
.A 3. Warning (v. 20). God will visit metallurigsts to contain about

I His judgment on' His people if they 300,000,000 tons of ore. Sweden, too,
'D forsake Him and turn awaysuchis owns an iron mountain-Kiirunava-
f Joshua's warning. We who look ara-which contains the largest
back to the history of Israel know quantity of high grade iron ore in
S that they did forsake Him, and that the world. It is about 70 per cent
By the judgment of God is still upon pure iron. But Bolivia beats both
them. "Be not deceived; God is these so far as sheer wealth is con-
d;( OsborneWNU I not mocked: for whatsoever a man cerned: the 5,000-foot high Cerrode
soweth, that shall he also reap" Potosi has yielded more than
I (Gal. 6:7) is God's warning through 3,150,000,000,000 worth of silver tQ<
Paul to the Christian. the world.

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hokee I hokee Lot 6 Block 201 ...__..____..n._ E. J. Malone ,______ 3.90
Progress Made By I Okeechobee vs Canal Point at I Lot 11 Block 201 .._n___._.,_ M. B. Rothrock _..._.__ 3.90
June 26, 1938 Lot 20 Block 201 ..q__._____. :Mrs. L. K. :Mulr _____.... 3.90
Pahokee Clewiston at Clew. I Okecchobee Lot 34 Block 201 ___..____ M. Koenigsburg. ._._..._._.-. 3.18
State Welfare .Board vs Lot 1 Block 202 _..._.._.._....;_.... George A. Heinz ..__..,.......... 4,80 ,
iston August 28, 1938 Lot 4 I Block: 202 ......._.......__..__ Walter F. Carrie ......_.... 3.18
Canal Point vs Okeechobee at Clewiston vs Okeechobee at Clew- Lot 5 Block 202 .._.._..._._..... Walter F. Carrie _____._ 3.18 \
Lot 10 Block 202 ...,_........_..._ 7 Florence O'Meara -..__.-...... 3.90 ift. .,
.. Jacksonville, Fla.. July 1 (Spec- Canal Point iston Lot 11 Block 202 _....._.___n_._ Mrs. Frank C. Deagon ?. 3.90! 'df.'it.: \ \
Lot 12 Block 202 ___ __ Frank C. _. 3.90 ,
Canal Point vs Pahokee] at Pa- .n Mrs. Deagon t.1, {
,ial-Progress made by the State< I July 3, 1938'I Lot 13 Block 202 _'__'''___ ". .-James J. Carroll __ 3.90 .. .... $',
s Welfare Board In administeringOld Pahokee vs Clewiston at Pa- hokee. I Lot 1 Block 203 ______.. 1 A. Relnert _"___'__'___ 7.50 ? t ..' ..
I Lot 4 Block 203 __._...._.___....... B. A. Doerk .-.-.._...-- 4.80 i'..I'
Age Assistance and Aid to the hokee --'I Lot 6 Block 203 ___._._.____... 'D. G. Alston '- _. -_ 4.80 -o'. .
Blind during its first year is revealed Okeechobee vs Canal Point at Lot 11 Block 203 _.,._.__._ F. v. Iverson :::::._:::=::... 4.26 {. :
Eucalyptus Grows in U. S. Lot 17 Block 203 .....____n_._ .', Crumble Davis _''_''___'_ 5.16., -jj- '
in a statistical report released Okeechobee In Australia: stately giant eucalyptus Lot 18 Block 203 _?_.....__.__ '.' Julia Sharkey..................... 4.26 ;{I'.; i ."
here today by Clayton C. 10 1938 : I Lot 19 Block 203 _..__':.__.___ "'r::' Mary King _.......,..._____ 4.26 '. !
July or gum trees-m jre than 300 va- Lot 20 Blo k 203 _._____ ,' Ella Kane ___..n_.__._' 4.2C /: --\j.\
Codrington, state welfare commis- Clewiston vs Okeechobee at rieties of them-that shed their bark Lot 8 Block 204 _.___.._ .'" Anna E. Anderson ___._ 5.70' ..,, 4"
sioner. Lot 13 Block 204 ___._._ '" r Edwin G. Boon ,___.__..__ 3.90 .;.", t
Clewiston but not their leaves, are the keynoteof Lot 2 Block 207 __'__"__n'_'_ -. < Lillian H. Wright .___ 3.51 .,;" ,,
The period covered is for the .Canal Point vs Pahokee at Canal immense! forests filled with other Lot 3 Block 207 ___..___.-_- .. Charles W. Wright _,.,_. 3.51 ;" -
beginning July 1, 1937 at forests of shorted wattles treefernsand Lot 6 Block 207 .___..nn.n___.. ..:- Helen M. Hathaway .._. 3.51 .4 't,,; /
year Point Lot 7 Block 207 '___".__,,_'_ ,. George M. Garber .._............_ 3.54 .-.
which time the Board was inducted July 17, 1938 other indigenous trees, the Lot 11 Block 207 _....._..._..__ A. B. Farnquist _...._._.. 3.54 :};,

into office, through June of this Canal Point vs Clewiston at whole giving extraordinarily beautiful Lot Lot 19 20 Block Block 207 207 :.::::...:::::: :.-=- : ':;' :James Amelia F. lcaI:1: =:= ::=.... 3.18 3.18: '';f

year. During that period Old Age Clewiston effects. The Australian Lot 22 Block 207 _,.._.,___ ...: :Marie Pavlik ............._?_..__. 3.18 d.
Assistance grants increased from tus graces the sidewalks of eucalyp-I Lot 23 Block 207 _._...._.,___ '. Marie Pavlik ....._,..-,_..._._... 4.62 ? '
Pahokee vs Okeechobee at 'Pa nian cities. It is the only Lot 3 Block 208 ?..______ '. : r W. A. Isaacs __,___.....___ 2.i Ii'V. ;, ';
a total of 10,838 cases receiving hokee Lot1 Block 208 ________ A. Isaacs .____.._._ 2.46 '
$125,240.74 to 29,469 cases re- will thrive in the squares of the Lot 5 Block 208 _,_ .. _. ,'-,'. W. P. Didlake _.__.._..._._. 2.46
July 24, 1938 Colombian capital of Bogota situ- Lot 6 Block 208. ,. ...__.:.._ ;. '\4_ W. P. Didlake __._........__. Z.46 ,
ceiving $428,795.00. The average I Lot 7 Block 208 ____n...... ., Lawson Payne ".',_'''_'''_ 2.46 ,
grant was $11.56 on July 1, 1937, Pahokee vs Clewiston at Pa. ated in the rarefied atmosphere of Lot 8 Block 208 ___._:: ,_. :/ '. < S. Hule _.._.__..__...:. 2.46 r
hokee the Andens, 10,000' feet above sea .
and $1?.55 for June 1938. Lot 9 Block 208 _.,.__ '. J. W. Hule 2.46 i r,
The Aid to the Blind programdid Okeechobee vs Canal Point al iRVQL Lot 10 Block 208 ___._'._..?_..- .. .'..' j. w.: Hnie: ::::::::::::..::::= 2.46: r p ,.

Canal Poin Lot 11 Block 208 _____...._ '. ., John'c. McCoy __.n'_'''__ 2.46 r
not get under way until Janu- Lot 24 Block 208 ____._,_ H./ F. Bycroft _..____, 3.18 f
ary, with only 47 checks issued July 31, 1938 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Lot 25 Block 208 __,._?_, ... Emma Willard _.__.___._ 3.18 y
Canal Point vs Clewiston at Lot 26 Block 208 __._._._ Emma Willard ____..._........ 3.18'
for the month. During Tune 1,426checks Lot 28 Block 208 _.._ Miss Caroline Pavlik _._ 3.18 :"
Canal PointOkeechobee Tuesday July 5, 1938. at 4:30 __ 3.18 _
were issued for a total of I Lot 29 Block 208 --- ,". Miss Caroline
Pahokee at Okee o'clock. P. M. United States Eastern Lot 29 Block 354 ,._...__'_ ::; Alice G. Rothrock '"_''' 3.18
$21,019.00. The average grant for vs Standard Time, Is fixed as the date i Lot 32 Block 354 _'_'__'_.n_ Jessie Barber ___._._,. 3.18
June was $14.74. chobee and time when, and the City Hall In Lot 33 Block 354 __._.___ J. K. Baker __..___._...._.._ 47.10 t'
August 7 1938 the City of Clewiston is designatedas Lot 1 Block 355 __..___._._". .:, John S. Banks __..____n 3.18 'r
Hendry County was receiving the place where the City Com- Lot 23 Block 355 __.__ .: ; Olaf Olsen ...._..____.._ 3.13 = ,
$418.90 in Old Age Assistance in I Okeechobee vs Clewiston at Okee- mission shall hold a public meeting Lot 25 Block 355 ._._n.n_ ;I'": '. Bernard R Payne __.__.._ 3.1S
chobee for the purpose of considering and Lot 27 Block 355' __..____,_ ., Frank Carey ..... .__ s'.is
July, 1937, with 28 recipients en- I acting: upon the assessment roll, of Lot 28 Block 355 ____...___ /, Mrs.. H. J. Warner _._.._. 3.18
rolled, and in June, 1938, was receiving Pahokee vs Canal Point at Canal acting as a Board of Equalization I/ot 25 Block 356 _.______'_ '' H. Burk __...__...__.._____ 3.18 ,j ;
Point of hearing complaints and receiving: Lot 26 Block 356 _..____.._ Jr H. Burk ___: n__.____ 3.18 ,4s
$876.00 distributed among testimony as to the value of any Lot 28 Block 356 _.._._...__- ;'-'. Julia L. Sharkey .._...._._._ 3.18 ,1
66 recipients. The average grant August 14, 1938 property real or personal, as flx-ed Lot 39 Block 356 __-._ Elmer G. Case _....__ '_ 3.18 n
Canal Point vs Clewiston at by the Tax Assessor, and of perfecting Lot 40 Block 356 n__..____ '':. Elmer.. Case _____ 3.18 1
for July of last year was $14.96, reviewing: and equalizing the Lot 41 Block, 356 __.--:'._, .-; Elmer G. Case '_'__?_" 3.18
and for June of this year $13.27. Clewiston 1938 tax assessment.This Lot 29 Block 357 _.___...._ .+' Anna M. Hopkins _.__ 3.90 'a
notice dated this 22nd day of Block 357 Anna M. Hopkins __ 3.90 r;
Okeechobee at Pa- Lot 30
Pahokee vs -----
Half of the money paid out in June, 1938. Lot 35 Block 357 ----.- E. C. Crofts '__'n..n_'_ 3.90
, Old Age Assistanc in the county hokee ;MALCOIM "VV. BIGG. Clerk Lot 36 Block 357 __..n_..; E. C. Crofts ____._..n._ 3.90
. 21 1938 CITY COMMISSIONCITY Lot 3 Block 358 . O. H. Schuler ___.__ 3.18
August ------ ---
prior to July, 1937, came from I OF CLEWISTONJune Lots 15, 16 Block 358 --.-- Mrs. E. A. Schult __,.._ 27.30 ,
county coffers. None of the funds Pahokee vs Clewiston at Pa- 24, July 1 Lot 17' Block 358 -.-----' \ Mrs. E.' A. Shult _'__' 18.30 ; .
I Lot 21 Block 358 _nn.n_ _._.; ... .. Anna J. Kuhlmann _._ 3.90 .
received since June of 1937 have
Lot 22 Block 358 --.__-.....-- :' -. Anna J. Kuhlmann _?_._ 4.08 i..
come from the county treasury I Lot 31 Block 358 --..- >" Seminole Drug Co. ___ 54.30
Lot 43 Block 358 ___n...._ '. Hilda Toenberg _._'__ 3.18'
thereby relieving its public assist- NOTICENOTICE Lot 6 Block 359 Dr. Samuel Fisher _.___ 3.18
----- f.
ance burden and. enabling the coun- Lot 18 Block 360 a.-._ -,:',: M. W. Young, ?..._._._..__ 3.18 y
Lot 19 Block 360 --..--.-_.- M.: W. Young .. ..._....._.:.__ 3.18. ,
ty to care more generously for .. .. 3.18
25 Block 360 __.. .. D. J. Voss -' -
Lot ,
those in need of direct relief. Lot 4 Block 361 __..nn____ Cora A. Keller :.:=_:.=::: 3.18: S ;-
four counties is hereby given that the following described lands, or as Lot 8 Block 361 .-.......-.-.._-. O. C. Bryan __......_......._._ 3.18
Although only much thereof as will be necessary to 'Pay the amount due for taxes Lots 23, 24 Block 361 : Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins 252.30 '

benefited from Aid to the Blind in herein set opposite to the same, together with the costs of such sale Lot 25 Block 361 ,_,_.:::.:: J" Mrs. Anna M. Hopklns._ 3.54 ,
.____ ". Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins_ 3.54!
361 _
January of this year, all of them I and advertising, will be sold at public auction on the first day of Lot Lot 27 Block 361 ---..-- ..' : Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins- 3.54 '

were profiting from this form of August, 1938. beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of Lot 28 Block 361 ._,.._____. .../ Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins 3.54 L
I 361 .. ...._ Mrs. Anna M. Hopklns._ 3.5,1Mrs. s
assistance in June. In Hendry I the City of Clewiston, Florida. Lot 29 -- -. ) ,

County: 1 person received $10.00 R. Y. PATTERSONTAX Lot 30' Block 361 ____.___.._. ... Anna M. Hopkins.. 3.18
during June. COLLECTOR, CITY OP CLEWISTON Lot 31 Block 361 ._._?_._..n... '. .... Mrs. Anna \r. Hopkins 3.18
Lot. 32 Block 361 _._._'::.__..n_ .r: :Mrs: Anna M. Hopkins, 3.18
The Aid to Dependent Children I Lot 20 Block 362 --..---- ';." Adolph Tishler ____._ 3.90
21 Block 362 _.. }-,. Adolph Tishler ,_n___'_ 3.90 !. .
is before the Social Se- Lot --- --
plan now K _.____._._ 3.90
AMOUNT Lot 30 Block 362 .__._:._...__ N.'B. O'Kelley
curity Board at Washington and DESCRIPTION r Lot 32 Block 362 : Mrs. Rena F. Jacobi! __ 3.90 "
its the state will OF LAND 0 UJ W rJJ OWNER OF TAXESND Lot 36 Block 362 ===::::> : Mrs. V. E. Jacobs .___ 5.70 '
upon approval P 4 : COSTS Lot 12 Block 363 I A. M. Coleman ___._._ 2.82 -:;
begin disbursing this form of assistance < Lot 14. Block 363 =-::== :: :::"> W. R. Griffiths .__._n_ 3.36

at the rate of $600,000.00per ..- O Lot 24 Block 363/: _n____...:... Mrs.: E.. A. Schult ____ 20.10
co E-c' < Lot 1 Block 367 __ ____ :Mrs.: E. A. Schult _.__.-__ 45.30
year. The amount to be expended Lot 2 Block 367 .... ___.! ; ..,-' Mrs. E. A. Schult ___._ 25.50
Lot 1 Block 6 50 ft. & 115 Lot 3 Block 367 .. '$ .... Mrs. E. A. Schult. __._. 14.70 .
is limited state .nn---7-'i ; p"r s
by a ap- ft. _'n.oo.nn..__ First Bank of Clewiston '72.60Lot Lot4 Block 367 .....--._--...-..:.'.;.., .'"'ji: y 't... ,':, Mrs. E. A. Schult ___._ 14.70 ,..';.: '
propriation of $400,000.00'plus S 8offitSoffend_...__....._.._..... .. Lot 9 Block 367 _...._._n_...._.... ,:', .,:,-.. O. Ml. Benson ____.___ 2.46
$200,000.00 in matching federal 9 Block 9 N 60 ft off ,. Alston Drug Co __?..._ 33.00 Lot 13 Block: 367 ._._--..-.......- ,,' E. W. Hathaway .__...__ 2.82
Lot 1 Block 17 ...__........._._. Anna M. Hopkins _'_ 3.90 Lot 16 Block 367....__....__...._ 1; Mrs. E. A. Schult __..__ 90.30
funds. Lot 2 Block 17 _._...__.._?___ Anna M. Hopkins __._._. 3.90 Lot 17 Block 367 -_.._..__._...'- .. '. Milan A Farah __".". 2.82
Lot 10 Block 20 ___..........nn R. E. Kurtz __..._.....__? 4.80 Lot 19 Block 367 ','" D. L. Voss ...._____...:..... 2.82
Lot 30 Block 23 _._.____.__..: Colt.s Inc. _______..._.._ 6.60 Lot 22 Block 367 ===:::::::: Stanley: McCorkle ___ 2.82
Lot 31 Block 23 ____..._._._ Colt's Inc. _._.._.____: 6.60 Lot 24 Block 369 __ L. M. Harding ,____ 3.90!!
& 1Ji lmllm!I!1111 mmmllllm! mijl1llmlllmmmlilimmlllrnlllllm I I I I nil! Lot 32 Block 23 _____,_- ;. : Colt's Inc. _...;..___.,....___ 6.GO Lot 25 Block 369 _. ::=:::: .. Guy Pearl _____.._.'...._._ 3.90
Lot 23 Block 26 "n_____.: "' B. W. Jenks, Sr __ 4.80 Lot 26 Block 369 _._..n__' ;'r; L. M. Harding __..___._._ 3.90 .f
--W4 Lot 24 Block 26 ._..__n'.nn. ., _._ B. W. Jenks Jr. _..___ 4.80 Lot 33 Block 369 _.._..____._- f-: John ML: Spies _.___.___ 3.90 '
WITH THEChurches Lot 25 Bloclc 26 ...___......___._.; B. 1V. Jenks,' Jr. ....._._....;. 4.80 Lot 34 Block 369 ....-._......,..., ;- Elmer G. Case .__._......_ 3.90
==:: Lot 26 Block 26 .._....._.___.,. '-' B. W. Jenks, Jr. _.._._.._._ 4.80 Lot 35 Block 369 I !I ...--.-.......,.,....,;. Elmer G. Case "_,_""" _'_' 3.90
= Lot 27 Block 26 ..._.___...___." ':. B. W. Jenks, Sr. ._......_ 4.80. Lot 18 Block 370 ....._....,....._...:. I' Bertha A. Ta'lor0.+...:.- 3.00
Lot 28 Block 26 ....._......_.....,_ = B. W. Jenks, Sr. ..____. 4.80 Lot 38 Block 370 ...........-...-._..- -." Ethyl I. Button ..__.__.__ 3.90
Lot 29 Block 26 ...........__._.,_.' : B. 1V Jenlts, Sr. ....._......_. 4.80 Lot 15 Block 372 ... ...._.-..____.. }'. Cornelius Bodthe __......._. 2.46
Lot 30 Block 26 ._...............__:_..: .-; B. W. Jenks, Sr. ...00.........._ 4.80 Lot 10 Block 377 ._..n..h.- '.' Mrs. Frank C. Deagon.. 2.82 s
Lm8illm m'Md Lot 1 Block 27 __._._........___.?.: : Anna M. Hopkins __............. 5.70 Lot 13 Block 377 .-...,.._._....__. .l., / R. C. Nowling ....,___'_.__? 3.51
I I PJl, llIfiIIIiIIU111!! rnm, Lot 2 Block 27 ._.?.._._. '. Anna 1\1. Hopkins _.....__.. 5.70 Lot 14 Block 377 --...-._...-....- '! ': R. C. Nowling ___.__..,. 3.54 i
Lots 3, 4 Block 27-_._.._.,-' '. The Bromar Corp __.._.. 108.30 Lot 15 Block 377 ..._._._....nI ,,.._'- '-: R. A. Lilley ._.____ 3.54
COMMUNITY CHURCH Lot 19 Block 27 _..?___t._.._. '., ', The Bromar- Corp. _".__ 5.70 I Lot 31 Block 377 _.......___:..,..; f!' I',, ; r=. c. Voss ..........._.___._._ 2.10
Lot 20 Block 27 ._._._._-_ ",,' '. The Bromar Corp. __'_ 5.70 Lot 32 Block 377 .,..,__,.-_..- < '' Mrs. Mary E. Moon 'n_'__ :2.10 .
Forest C. Taylor, Minister Lot 24 Block 27 .._____-\.t.' Walter Cox ._.._._.____ 3.90 Lot 33 Block 377 -._-..---,..- Mrs. Mary E. Moon __,__ 2.10
Lot 27 Block 27 ___....'___._ .. ., Elmer G. Case ...__...n..__ 3.00 Lots 14. 15 Block 378 _._.: :';' Wilbur Goff ___...:-__ 18.30 ;
Lot 28 Block 27 __......._.,___: ? Elmer G. Case __.__?_-..._ 3.00 Lot 19 Block 378 ..---..-.:.-. : B & B Cash Grocery Co. 29.10
The morning services being held Lot 29 Block 27 _____._.+.____. ., '. Elmer G. Case _._......._.... 3.01 Lot 20 Block 378 ...-._._._...- ; : Alston 'Drug Co. ____'.... 29.10
in the Community church are prov- Lot 30 Block 27 ......____...n_' : : Elmer G. Case ..._..__.._..., 3.00 Lot 4 Block 381 .,.._._.M._n__.:; ,.' :..' Otto IT.: Schuler .____ 2.'16
Lot 31 Block 27 ...__..___._ Elmer G. Case ....___._..?.... 3.00 Lot 5 Block 381 _._.__,___.t. ," S. JL Paulson _.___.._._ 2.46
ing to be popular and are well Lot 2 Block 136 .........n_____....:. .. Walter R. Tweedy..._.. 3.91) Lot 10 Block 383 ..__....--n_':. ;-:." C. E. Stedman _'_."_ 2.10 >
attended for this season of the Lot 15 Block 138 ....._.....?.__._?: ';t .;.' C. E. Shaw _.____...__.__.. 3.00 Lot 11 Block 383 ------i C. E. Stedman _,_.._,_.._ '2.10
Lot 4 Block 139 ____..____._ ; .. E. M. Petterson .n.._._.__ 4.26 Lot 13 Block 385 -'-'-"- -7J ::" Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
year. The meetings announced for Lot 6 Block 139 ___._.....__..:. Mrs. A. S. Rothrock' __._ 5.70 I / '. Robert J. Olsen n_.__ 7.80
next Sunday are as follows: Lot 12 Block 139 _______ '. '- Cora A. Keller _.._n"'''' 4.62 \ ::" ;. : r'. .
Lot 13 Block 139 ......_..._.._..__. '.- 'r" E. J. Keller ..._._...__. 4.62 Lot 14 Block 385 ..........--_:.......: : ( ': Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth '
Sunday school at 9:45. Mr. R. Lot 9 Block 141 ........._._......_.. ': '. Margaret Klick _____._ 3.90 I : & Robert J. Olsen _..- 7.80 '
N. Smith, superintendent. Lot 10 Block >K ._.__.._,_........: -' Anna Pavlick .__.___.._ 3.90 Lot 15 Block 385 --,---:",:" ? Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth y
Lot 11 Block 141 ._.__..__., e' Elmer G. Case ._...___ 4.80 1'"1. -: & Robert J. Olsen __ 7.80
! Junior church at 10:45. At this Lot 15 Block 146 .._._._..-__, Sadie O'Mehra _,_.._..__ 3.90 Lot 16 Block 385 -_...:.:...:...- ',;; :,' Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth a
I time the young people will make a Lot 10 Block 151 ...:.-__.__::. Elmer G. Case _._MM___"'_ 3.90 i : ,;,-. tot Robert J.' Olsen ..... 7.80
Lot 11 Block 151 _...._..._...._-; Elmer G. Case "_"_'__ 4.80 Lot 17 Block 385 ......--.--,r.,;-/: \ Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth
relative to the conferenceheld
; report Lot 12 Block 151 ......__..___ Elmer G. Case ___.__._. 3.90 & Robert J. Olsen 22.20
.last week in Rockledge.' Lot 13 Block 151 ...._...._.._.......': Elmer G. Case __._.',___ 3.54 Lot 5 Blk 390 N of Arco St ..'. '.' -.; :: U. S. Sugar ...__.._._...._.___ 4.80 I,
? Lots 1, 2, 3, Block 152 .._ G. L. Espenlaub' __.._.. 54.30 Lot 2 Block 396 __n..__._.___ Jessie L Kinderllng ___ 1.74 ;
)! Morning worship and sermon by Lot 4 Block 152 ..__._.____., First Bank of Clewlston 18.30 Lot 4 Block 403 -..--._--....=:-.,<, C. E.. Olin _..._.__._......____ 1.71 ;
the minister at eleven' o'clock. Lots 5. 6, 7. Block 152 __. H. Ethp.rt.on ... __....._..._,_ 39.10! Lot 15 Block 403 -..-..:.....- ;. --. W. E. Chenot _._.____..__ 2.10 ,
rat 8 Black IS! ? .._._ _,.....__.._.:: G. E. Etherton ___.__.._.._? 7.50 Lot 11 Block 410 .--_-?._-_.- Anna M. Hopkins .__ 2.46 #
Sermon subject, "The Tragic Realization Lot 9 Block 152 _...._..__...__. ,-.', G. E. Etherton _..._..'..__.... 7.50 Lot 2 Block 411 ---_-_--......... : Anna M. Hopkins __n_. 2.10
of Life." Lot 4 Block 411 -...-.._-- ) L. B. Ecklund _.__.__.._ :2.46 ;
Lot 11 Block 152 :......._..._.. .._ First Bank of Clewlston 7.50 Lot 5 Block 411 -_ ..___.__.._..i' A. G. Farnqulst _'n__"_ 2.46 ,
The choir will furnish a programof ' appropriate music. J. E. Beard- Lot Block 156 35' off S side..; .. First Bank of Clewlston 40.20 Lot 7 Block 411 .._---_-.. -I.". Anna M. Hopkins ___. 2.46 .
Lot 4 Block 156 ....___........_..... ) C. C. Klutts .._.___,..___ 7.50 9 Block 411 __,._ __ George Wiebe ____ 2.82 .' '
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sley, director, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Elh Lot 5 Block 156 ,.._._ '. C. C. Christian ...______ 18.30 Lot 11 Block 412 n .' 1... H. Schuck _..___ 2.10 -.'
pianist. Lot 7 Block 156 ____._._....__ .' George A. Heinz ?..___ 7.50 Lot 12 Block 412 ::::=== \. .; I. H. Schuck _____ 2.10 .":
Lot 24 Block 156 .____.._.___.. Robert George ...._..,..._ 59.70 Lots 14 15. 16 Block 412 ,:'::' G. E. Etherton "__'__ 23.73
Christian Endeavor meeting Mon- cot 1 Block 159 __,___..__.._ t, \ Theo.' Gottliebt _._....__.. 3.18 Lot 21 ,Block 412 __.....__-__ '.' I,' W. G. Ames .M__ __'_'_ 3.00 .
day evening at. eight o'clock. Miss Lots 1, 2 Block 161 ____ C. R. & D. Corp or Lots 26, 27 Block 412 ....--.,. "' -::. Mabel Francis ..__._....__ 3.90 .
.r E. M. Cornette ______. 5.10 Lots 1, 2 Block 414 ___ Royal Lumber Co. _._ 32.70L.
Florence Graham, president.The Lots 3, 4 Block 161 .___._._( C. R. & D. Corp .or Lot 40 Block 415 __.._....n.J'-..; .;'-: M. Harding _....."_?_...?.. 2.46 ,
public is cordially invitedto ..' .' \ E. M. Cornette __.......n_ 4.20 Lot 21 Block 417 .....__...n....'.._ Ida L. Curtis _..............__....... 3.1S
Lot 6 Block 161 _:__,:..____._. .: George Crowder .__?_ 2.10 Lot 22 Block 417 ....._.__?_..__ :", J Ida L. Curtis _....._."........._..._ 3.1S
worship in the Community Lot 7 Block 161 ____...___:- .. .. George Crowder _....__ 2.10 Lot 15 Block 418 ....-..-_..... :. A. C. Nelson ..T'-...1......,??_ 3.18
church. Lot 2 Block 162 ...__..:.___...._> :.. .. < l. Mrs. J. E. Frederick .___. 3.18 "Lot 16 Block 418 --..-.....?...,.- I A. C. Nelson .,?...,.".-... ..,..-...- 3.13 .'
i T.ot I 6 Block 162 ..._._._.._._.?.._-.. J. \Vindhelm ._.._,......._ 3.18 Lot 17 Block 418 ........---.....-- ." A. C.. Nelson ._._........;.._._.._ 3.18 ....
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH rot 12 Block 162 _..__..__.:: Ruth R. Beardsley .:._.., 5.70 Lot 18 Block 418 .--- '--" -'. A. C. Nelson _.._.?..._......_. 3.18
.ot 15 Block 163; ....._....._._..._..:. -- .. E. L. Alston ___..____. 22.80 Lot 19 Block 418 _.-.._-..._--:.. : A. C. Nelson ....__......._..._._ 3.18' .
I Lot 5 mock 167 .... : _...; .. Herbert Goldstein ___.._ 3.90 Lot 19 Block 422 ...-....-..:. .. .t HollisLanier _.__?_...._._._, 3.18 .
Services 10:45 a.m. 8 p.m. 167.... ...._._..__..__. 27.30 -- \ _..._ ... .
rots 35. 36 Block ?_. T. B. Shelley Lot 20 Block 422 ._.............-..- Hollis Lanier _.. _"._.. 3.18 .
Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Lot 1 mock 169!! ............__.,_...",-. Beryl Bowden ._._?__.__ 9.30T..ot Lot 21 Block 422 ......_....-....-:,; Hollis Lanier --......._..-_ 3.18 rOIlS -
8 Block 170 ,.._.._._._._.__" Victor Baron ._._.________ 3.90 I Lot 22 Block 422.. ...-.--.-.... 4. .." Lanier __._._..__._ S.J8 v.f
B. Y. P. U., Junior, Intermediate, Lot 9 Block 170 ...._,....._____. Victor Baron ,_.._..__._____ 3.90 Lot 23 Block 422 ...-._,....._....--'i; ., Hollis Lanier ?_.._....._....._ 3.1 '
Senior, at 7:00 p.m. Lot 12 Block 171 ....................._:: .Leslie E. Kemp _....__._ 5.U: Lot 24 Block 422 _._,...._.n.-; ,,.':. :.) Hollis Lanier .?............._........ 3.18 : '
'..ot 14 Block 171 ....._.__,........_ Jennie E. Barber ....._..__ 5.31 Lot 27 Block! : 422 ... _._.......:- Elmer G. Case: .........._.....__ 3.13 i':
Midweek prayer meeting, Wednesday Lot 26 Block 171 _........__.:....._.. Rebecca Lutz ....?..._...___ 5.34 28 Block 422 i Elmer G. Case .___.._._..... 3.90 .
night at 8 o'clock. Lot 3 Block 172 _....__.._..._ '" E. }I. Cornette _...._.._____.. 4.26 Lot Lot 1 Block 423 ,..:::=:::::::= ;(/1'- Adolph Tishler ........ ........,.__ 3.90 ";
Lot 7 Block 172 .._..._____....n... E. C. Cole ...._........-.-._..__.... 4.26 Lot 23 Block. 423 ...._._......._...\l; :l," -' h Fred A. Cleland ........._....._ 3.18 "f
Everyone is cordially invited to Lot 11 Block 172 _._.._...._._...._. Mrs. J. E. Frederick _... 4.62 Lot 24 Block 423 ..._........-_.___ ;;; .. n.; Fred A. Clelond '_' 'v'',? 3.18 :,
attend these services. Lot 1 Block 173 ._.._____.....?. G. II. & Frances Small 6.78 Lot 25 Block 42.1 .. _,--<-..-._. ,.. ". ;. : Unknown .......'......_-._.-........-.-. 3.18 t
Cot 21 Block 173 .._._._....._...... L. 1\r. Harding _.._....,...._....._. 5.70 Lot 26 Block 423 ...-.-...-....-.-;......:. :." Unknown ......,. .... .__? ?3.18
Lot 23 Block 173 _._....__....._. ".. G. Ames ...................:............. 72.30 28 Block 423 ._.__'. Elmer G. Case _.......... _,._. 3.18 .
TENTATIVE Lot 24 Block 173 _..,._.....,_...._ C. E. Shaw...._.......................... 6.60 Lot Lot 29 Block 423 :::::: : :=:;:, :'f 1! : Elmer G. Case ._...... ....:........ 3.18 .0 :.; J-
EVERGLADES Lot 6 Block 175 '_'__'___ Minerva D. f'harder ......... 3.18 I Lot 35 Block 446 ----..-_...-.- -. : ; :;. Jordan Ellcrs, .............. ........
Lot 1 Block 176 .___n__.__ Conrdd Thorp ____.__._.... 2.75 .'.
HAST nALL LEAGUE Lot 2 Block, 176 .........__.____... J. V. Shasry __._._,_.__ 3.90 Lot 36 Block 446 ._...,-....._.....,. ::- Jordan Eilors .._._.. ...n_.._? 4.80 '
SCHEDULE OF GAMES Lot 3 Block 176 _..__..__._,_ :r.Irs. V. E. Jacobs .__._ 3.90 Lot 10 Block 453 _......,......_.__.-. ..: ,; ; Lilyan" R. Took .._...._._....___ 3.90 {
Lot 4 Block 176 _....______ Allen E. Herson _._._._ 3.90 Lot 11 Block 453 _........_...-.. Lilyan S. Cook _.._....._..,...?_ 3.90
1938 SEASON Lot 6 Block 176 ?......___.__._ J. Clinton Moorman __. 3.90 Lot 12 Block: : 453 : < Lilyan S. Cook ..................._ 3.90:;' '- '
T.ot 8 Block 176 _..__.._..._......... Victor J. Robins, Sr. ...._ 3.90 Lot 13 Block 453 ...............__..._. :,.:. =, Lilyan S. Cook ..........____. 3.90 ..
Cot 21 Block 176 ....._.__.ouou....,. Gustave C. Voss ,..._._..... 3.90 Lot 14 Block 453: ..-_".1..-.-.-- ; -'., :. Lllvnn S. Cook ...._......_...._.._ 3.90 : .
June 12, 1938 Lot 22 Block 176 ,_............... .... Ruth R. Beardsley ....__.... 3.91'1 Lot 15 Block 453 ........-.-............ Lilyan S. Cook ?........_._.__ 3.90: .'
Clewistou Canal Point Lot 23 Block 176 ............_....._..... D. J. Johnstone ..__..........._ :3.90 Lot 10 Block 495 ,....___.._..... Mrs. M. L. Porteus ...... ... 2.4 r '
vs at Lot .24 Block 176 ._........__......._. A. V. Brlsto\v __......._.n_ 4JWr..ot Lot 12 Block 495 ...___....n.._..... Ruth R. P.eardsley _..._... 9:30: '
Clewiston .....,.. .. ....._.. Ruth R. P.eardsley ....,__ I.
28 Block 176' _.__,__......_ B. TTlthwlY, ...._.._....... 3.35 Lot 13 Block 495 -- Claude I.. .. 3:1S'9.30: ,
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Okeechobee vs Pahokee at Okee- Lot 30 Block 176 __.._.____.._- Tames F. Costello _.........n._. 3.36 Lot 14 Block 495 --.---.--. Annie T,. :Marshall '. ;i ?. ; '
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. chobee Lot 36 Block 176 _.__..._..._ Ruth R. "e\rrl I."Y ......__ 3.M Lot 15 Block ------ Tillle Pavlik .. _.. 3.1 S';; '' .
YnsurllT ...._.___.._._ 3.90 Tot 16 Block 495 n.- -- -- 2.46
Lot 6 Block 195 ...____.__.._ 'Va'ler .
Marv C. Simms ......._. ...
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.Time 19 1938 Lot 9 Block ---- 2.10
Lot 10 Block 195 _..._..___ .TIIn'"' T S"''c'd'' -;c1ge j-... 3./
498 .____ .... G. Fuquay ..._ ......... ..
Clewiston vs Okeechobee at Lot 23 Block 195 ___..._._ ChitS. W. J'n'm ._....._._ 4.81'1 Lot 10 Block Block 498 ...._. ._00. E lIS.; Taylor .. .... -:.;..........-.. "2,10 Iff. j
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Okeechobee .. .._.._,..._._ 3.90 Lot 7 Block 505 w. -- Holdsworth. 1.20: ..
Lot 5 Block, 196 --._-_..;,I. : Blench Dean _...., .. ..... ... .. Mrs E. C. .'
3,6 ............... 5..79iet Lot 14 Block 505. .n."u.:: Dawson w 1.20
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