The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00691
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Closed To TrafficA Will Aid SchoolAt


statement from Carawan Nel- the regular July meeting of
REJECTED BY STATE son to the effect that Taylor's STRUCTURE HEREJ. the Clewiston Post of 'the American

Creek, at Okeechobee, will be closedto Legion, which was held Tuesday

navigation while certain repair evening at the Inn, F. M. Wright
BOARD MAY TRY OTHER MEANS work is being done by the U. S.
E. Price of the Okeechobee commander, appointed E. M. Cor- EPISTLE WRITTEN NAMESAKE
OF FINANCING CLEW Engineers has been received by Construction Company of Jacksonville I nette, C. V. Parkinson and W. C. WHO IS FORMER RESIDENT
ISTON SCHOOL the News. .
was the low bidder on the Owen a committee to represent the OF CLEWJSTONOne
Mr. Nelson says "due to the three wharf structures to be built Legion in encouraging and' assist- -
After a recess of a week the necessity for certain repair' workto
by the Okeechobee Flood Control ing in any way possible the effortsto of the moat interesting documents

I Hendry county board of county be done to Hurricane Gate Structure erect school '
a high building in
Board in Moore Haven, Clewis ton from the
commissioners sitting as an equalizing No.6, at Taylor Creek on the Clewiston.In standpoint of local
0 and Okeechobee, it was disclosed
board Tuesday morning at North Shore of Lake Okeechobee, the present situation .residents, ,which has ever come to
'" yesterday by Ben Herr, secretaryof
the courthouse in LaBelle heard it will be necessary to close traffic the attention of
the board from his office in the bond issue for construction of the editor is a
arguments from various between the Lake and Taylor Creek I
persons the building has been letter
West Palm Beach. Bids were open- passed at a we read this week
concerning the system of tax assess- for a period of ten days to two
ment, and protests weeks." ed on Monday and of the four bids I special tax school district election, through the courtesy of Mrs. C. E.
over doubling
submitted Price's bid of $5,802 was j I the county board is unable to issue
valuations county wide, even though The work is similar to that done the bonds with the Nail.The
the lowest.Mr. I present assess-,
millage would be cut in half ac- recently on the gate at Canal Point ed valuation of the district. It is letter is dated March 2nd,
cordingly in order that taxes would and is routine cleaning, paintingand Herr stated that the contract not known just what solution 1888, and was addressed to Mrs.
rilr not be increased. had not as ,yet been awarded. A Nail's
The repair. father A.
purpose be made of the problem, but the A. Munroe, now
was: to validate a $50,000 bond The notice is made public in fifteen day' period is allowed for Legion wished to further the effortsin of Madison, Florida, who is a former 1
issue in order that Clewiston order that boats planning' to use thorough 'investigation in which to possible and Clewiston resident and well
any way the committee -
might have another badly needed that portion of the channel may award the contract. Bid prices on was appointed with that inmind. known to practically all local resi
school. Acting on instructions issued know it is for the time inaccessible.The each of the docks was not given dents.
by the board last but Mr. Herr stated ,that the Moore,
week work
Den- began the
Saturday so 'I
R. B. Waldron of At the
LaBelle time
'was Mr. Munroe and his
nis Small Haven structure, the largest of the
county tax assessor wa channel: will be closed through the
only out-of-town member attending twelve year old twin brother, David,
on hand with a new tax roll show- gate; until about the 20th to'23rd three, was about, $2,500. .. I
Tuesday's meeting. with their parents in Nash- ,
ing doubled valuations. of this month. Other bidders wore J. L. Loftin.
ville, Tennessee, and the writer of
Chairman Dave Alston stater of Fort Myers, and the Murphy
Stafford the letter, Albert Akers (for whom
that the board had not at an Rev. Linn SpeakerAt Construction Company and Cleary Appointed Mr. Munroe received his given
time considered, nor would the} Bros. of West Palm Beach. !
consent to doubling valuations un The Clewiston wharf will be located New Fire ChiefW. names "Albert Akers") was a civil
Kiwanis MeetingThe engineer in the employ of the '
less millage was cut in half, so on the Industrial canal just
United States.
that there would be no increase in below the site of the old Clewis-
taxes tax ton Inn. It will be M. Stafford, of Lake Worth, I The letter was written from
excepting district 7 for Kiwanis Club heard an interesting north of and I II
debt service."It almost adjoining the present, city received l his appointment this week "Camp T. No. 52. R 34. Florida"for
has not been the purposeof and educational talk by ,wharf. It will be seventy-six feet I I from Governor Fred Cone as Ever- Mr. Akers was then engagedin

the board from 'the start to Rev. Alexander Linn at its weekly in length and sixteen feet in width glades Fire Chief of the Everglades surveying the unknown wastesof

push up on taxes," Alston said luncheon meeting at. the Clewiston and connected to the bank by a 'l1 Fire Control District formed land' in Southern Florida. The

"Therefore if the valuation is I Inn Wednesday. Rev. Linn, who Is wide ramp. An easy incline will I byMhe 1935 legislature. He will point he describes as his camp in
doubled replace Guy J. Bender, of Belle the letter is situated about 50 miles
millage will have to be associated with the mission boardof run from one section of the wharfto
cut in half as an offset." be built approximately four feet Glade, who has held the chief's almost due south from Clewiston.The .

This was agreeable to superin- the Presbyterian Church, has from the present water level to the position since the formation of the letter is penciled, and uses the

tendent S. A., Graves and the local worked among the Seminole Indians other end which will 1 be seven feet district. old fashioned abbreviations "yr."

school board, but not to the state. for many years and his talk above water. During Mr. Bender's tenure of for "your" and "frd" for "friend." ,
office he has done a great work The descriptions of the i
They immediately balked on a cut centered largely .on their history, ,The substructure of the new I country are
in millage. with a limited amount of equip- particularly interesting-the animals
Colin English, state wharf will be of extra heavy tim-
customs and situation.The .
present i
ment in fighting muck fires of the referred to
as tigers have been
superintendent, in conversation with ber and piling heavily creosoted. may I
Graves Monday morning in his Rev. Linn pointed out that The decking will be subjected to Everglades and in carrying on an II panthers, which are known to have I

office in Tallahassee stated that he at the close ,of the Seminole 'Val'there the Wollmanizing- process-,_,which educational- campaign .in civic bodies, !:! abounded_ in ,the section desciibed.. .
: '
'would approve the budget with n were only Seminoles who makes, it not only termite-proof I and before the official bodies of the Camp T No. 52 R 34
cities and counties in the districtto East Florida
50 percent: reduction in millage remained in the state, but that but practically fireproof. ,
county wide but that he couldn't reduce the fire hazard. Because March 2nd, 1888. I
approve it if this county attemptedto these had increased to 800 now. of his past experience as a former My dear Albert: j

reduce the special tax district These Indians, live on reservationsin Seminole To HaveAirConditioning city fire-chief and knowledge of Yr very kind letter has just

maintenance levy,' in view of the area approximately 80 by 200 fire-fighting methods he was appointed been received at this camp and .
p; +. fact that the financial condition miles. UnitThe as fire chief by Ex-Governor found me well. I left "Little Mar- i

of the Hendry county school boardis In customs and dress the present Dave' Sholtz soon after the creationof co" on the Gulf coast Feby. 13th ,

so acute. Seminoles have changed little from I this district. His record for ex- for the interior to examine some i

And the local school boardcan't their forefathers. They are a quiet, Seminole building is being tinguishing muck fires during the land the state of, Florida claims t

',J do anything after the state: retiring race with a great deal of fitted with new ventilators this intervening ,time is an enviable one. under the swamp land grant -jf :

board has spoken. If the budget inherent dignity in their character. week and D. G. Alston, owner of Mr. Stafford is a newspaper pub- 1850.We :

isn't, approved there will be no They prefer to live in their own the store, states that a new air I lisher of Lake Worth and it is traveled 36 miles without \

;:;. schools. On the other hand if villages and do not care to mingle conditioning unit will be installed.The assumed that he will commencehis meeting anyone through the primeval

)1 Clewiston isn't provided with another with or live with other races. unit which is being used is duties as new fire chief at growth of the country. Palmetto -

; cypress.. and pine forests.- i

i the accredited list. distrust of white people. Part of sure that it will be entirely efficient WJe found game in great abundance,

;l : The situation was explained b) it is probably handed down for in its operation in that location LaBelle To Have leer, bears, turkeys, tigers and all

f county attorney Louis O. Gravely generations from those ancestors but expects that the results kinds of wild animals, also fine

Last May special tax district 7 who were driven from their homes will be satisfactory as far as a I Boy Scout Troop fishing. The country is uninhabited

which is Clewiston, voted ''a $50,000 by white settlers. Part of it is the lowering of temperature is con- except by the Seminole Indiansin

bond issue. According to the law, result of watching the jealousyand cerned. I small bands. No white people

the outstanding indebtedness plus petty quarrelling which only The Seminole building was designed -I LaBelle is to have a Boys Seoul: live in this country except on the

the value of the bonds must not too often has accompanied the for ,the, installation of .in troop. The, local Woman's Glut coast (Gulf of ,Mexico). If you

exceed 20 percent of the indebtedness -, efforts of different religious and I air conditioning system, and the I at their call meeting last Friday ;look on 'the map for Florida you

of the district. Which it did, other organizations who have work- new unit and additional ventilatorsare I afternoon agreed to act as sponsors, will find Little Marco and Caxam-

by $15,000. Therefore the only ed with the Indians in more recent expected to make the Seminoleone which was.the first definite step to bas pass, and then run along the

thing to do was to increase the years. of the most comfortable. build- take for organizing. They also map East and find Township No.
valuation.In The work among the Seminoleshas ings in town. recommended that Leo J. Patras 32, R. 34 East of the principal

doubling the assessment the suffered from lack of funds, as be appointed scout master. Jieridian you will locate me.

county commissioners: stated the) often as a change In acmlnistration COMMUNITY: CHURCH District scout executive Gasklr I have a corps of sappers and
didn't want it to cost the taxpayers would occur just when those in Royal Palm AVenue of Sarasota will meet witl niners to cut road for my wagon :

of the county any additional with office at the time had been convinced Forest C. Taylor, Minister members of the LaBelle council .rain to pass on. I am 'now betweenthe
the exception of special school district of the need for money: to Dr. C. E. Weaver, Louis 0 .Gravel} Big Cypress Swamp and the

7. The state millage of 3.58 carry on. I I The Rev. Alexander Linn, Sunday and R. N. Miller, Monday after ever famous Everglades. The Ever- !

mills cannot be lowered, but doubled The Rev. Linn told of several I school missionary for the synodof noon at 5:30 in the Woman's Clul glades is unsurveyed and unexplord 1

the increased amount would be Seminole youths who had been sent Florida, will be the guest preacher rooms, which have been turner and no one but the Indians I

so small- there would be no objections to the Indian school maintained at in the Community Church Sun- over to them for the purpose anr mow anything about it and they ,

to paying it. Cherokee North Carolina, and of day morning at eleven o'clock. Mr. : which the club has agreed may b, out little. It is 50 miles long and I

The commissioners ,set the mill- the !splendid work they had done in Linn, who has recently moved to I used for scout meetings in the 20 miles wide and in that wonderful I

age county wide at 36 for the year the school. These youths, however: Fort, Myers, is conducting a schoolat future. remote hidden Terra Incognita '
ending this month. By doubling were faced with diffculties in ob- Lake Harbor this week. He is Monday night there will be ; I have no doubt is to be found

valuation and cutting millage one- taining a job after they left school. one of the best known religious meeting of the local council, distric' Ponce De Leon's story of the foun-

half it would bring it down to 18. Because of their race, they were workers in the state of Florida scout executive and boys who arc tain of Perpetual Youth that you

Incidentally; it was brought out able to find but very few openings.The and his many friends will be gladto interested and wish to join. Al have read about 'in Washington

'that Hendry county is the second Rev. Linn exhibited many interesting have another opportunity to hear ready eleven' have signified thei' [rving's story of that bold voy- J

lowest assessed county in Florida articles of Seminole apparel him deliver a sermon. intentions of becoming member? iguer and follower of Columbus.The .

ftJ Chairman Alston said that thh dresses, bead work:, moc- Sunday school every Sunday of the troop and many more have air here is soft and the i

f tax arrangement of doubling valu- casins, etc., whici had been made morning 9:45. announced their willingness to join climate beautiful and healthful, the

ation and cutting millage 50 percentwas by Indians on the reservation. Junior choir rehearsal, every Mon- S. A. Graves, Mr. Miller, Mr breeze laden with aromatic frag-

intended for only one :rear, and day evening at seven. ; Patras and -Air. Gravely attendee' rance ,cools :you to rest and the
for the purpose of providing Clew- SDIPSON'S ENTERTAIN AT Christian Endeavor meeting every a council meeting Tuesday nightin smiling valleys covered with spon-

iston with a new school building, CARDS THURSDAY Monday evening at eight. Fort Myers for the purpose oi I taneous fruits and flowers invite

but "if English refused to accept Senior choir meets every Mondayand familiarizing themselves with the. I you to' peaceful quiet.

the cut in millage it lets the county I Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson Thursday evening. The publicis activities of the organization. Each Round my camp you can seo

commissioners out. entertained at cards Thursday ev very cordially invited to worshipin troop was represented in a reporton wild turkeys and venison hung up
what had been accomplishedsince the hunters and we fare well.I .
Miner after conferring privately ening. ,the Community Church. by
with Graves made the following Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle won the previous meeting, pro- am glad you are getting on

statement:" high score and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. The vacation Bible school thatis motions, collections and other do- so well at school. Continue to

"The board of public instruction : Pafford low score. Miss Lena Myers being held this week in Lake ings.-LaBelle News.CONTHAC'I' learn and be a good boy and do

requests the board of county commissioners received a lovely guest prize. Harbor 1 is being well attended. as your mother and father tell you
to postpone indefinitely A salad course was served to Dr. There are classes for the various AWARDED and you will grow up to be a great

E any action to validate these bonds.; 'and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs.B. ages of boys and girls as well as ,and good man. God bless you and

We will try to get the school some C. Flaniken, Mr. and Mrs G. for adults. The program is being Contract was awarded" last week all of your fathers' household,

other way.Chairman. T. Augur, Mr. and Mrs I. M. directed by the Rev. Alexander 'for the construction of a $100,000 and, believe me: ,- frd. .
'Linn of Fort Myers and the Rev. meat packing plant at'Tampa for yr
Alston requested the Pafford, Mrs F, M. Wright and Albert Ak re,
(Continued en >page! 8)j. ) Mr. and Mn Keathley Bow \\1. l FQ'eI C. Taylor of Clewiston. Lykee Brothers

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Review of Current Events It Was Quite Natural for
ASK ME fl A Qu1 With Answers
the Justice to InquireMr. I.
MEET _; __ ': S Offering InformationANOTHER

BLUE AND GRAY Justice Dunne, of the ,New f on Various Subjects I '

York State court was ,
Field Supreme .
Celebrate Together on .
of Gettysburg .
Veterans presiding over an action for dam-

I of the Crucial Civil War Battle ages, when came this dialogue: The Questions ing water only through evapora- '

"Did you "see the, plaintiff 1. What state in the' Union is tion, while the mineral content re-
knocked down? mains behind.
.___._____. ._ ,"" ,:':<,',."..,.>}'(. />Zix': "' >'}:..ot'J.i:: ;:ep::;..;%;",%:,;:::::::(.JP.Wf: !:. "Who ?" I bounded by only one other state?
: : me 3. Pierre Charles L'Enfant, a
2. Why is Great Salt lake salty?

,.. '4,af/.;. ..:.x':}ro:, ';;: "Yes, you. I. '3. Who laid out the city of Wash- French engineer. :'
; / G,' &rr; / "No, not me. ington? 4. A day designated by law as
.. r "Did the defendant at
,, see .
;n. you 4. What is a legal holiday? exempt from judicial proceedings,
\w' J x'aac Cv all? The lower house of the services of demand and
yC T' >.,. ''::I;;}: '.a/ .X 1'A : "Who ?" 5. legis- process,
< 4@ JJJf.:.; \ me lature of Maine always includesthe protest of commercial paper, etc.
: ky NA oCAaV + tcr "Yes,
"No." you., representatives of what race?' 5.The Indians. One from the ..
6. Are there any women mail Penobscot and one from the Pas- ,
"Then why are you here?
carriers? tribes.
"Who, me?
ia "Yes, you." The Answers 6. There are 250 rural woman

"To see justice done." 1. Maine. mail carriers in sparsely settled

"Who, me?" asked the j judge. 2. Because it has no outlet, los- regions qf the United States.

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: 1 ter Richter, Bonduel, Wis.; Mrs. ,' ,

I; "c ,'t>< "'1.. ...""', ; J ,t\ I Winners in Cake Recipe Contest I P. C. Blakely Honorable, Alden Mention., Mich. I

': .t.4 fl%: ..., or ,., '. .". ,, Emogene Williams, Damon,

;f: :frr rr.'r ra '?'?' ,! +Y +"7 ,>'Pr '+!?!y9"',A.r"y I Texas; Mrs. Simon Moen, Norma, ,
d NT.( D.; Mrs. Dick Collins, Mason-

I yule, Iowa; Mrs. B. F.: Herman, J
r : Box 1118, Crosby, Miss.; Mrs. \

,,', '''7;: ': Paul Lorenz, P. O. Box 225, I i.

"." :." :: < ,.... ". ..._,.,...,:.....?:, .:.,hMd; ..... ;,YWiWttiiN+ ,.;.. Strathmore, Calif.; Mrs. S. S. Ar- i
entz, Simpson, Nev.; Mrs. Vida

Hilger, Box 257, Rockland, Mich.; .
Here is the new Peace Memorial in the Gettysburg: National Military Mrs. Grace H. Peterson, Box 335, /" !

park which was dedicated by President Roosevelt during the celebrationof Amherst, Wis.; Mrs. Cecil Skin- t ':: ,;!

the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, in which veterans of ner, Bedford, Wyo.; Mrs. Joe Fur- !'

the Northern and Southern armies participated. On the top of the shaft nace, 317 West Twentieth St., i r

burns "The Flame of Eternal Peace." South Sioux City, Neb.

Magnificent Cakes Entered.
,.. .' Q y .yrt 'o R;y'3 ly C.Yr rib' The judges report that they.havenever ,

W.SUMMARIZES Pi.cIuvul seen a finer collection of

cakes assembled at one time. ,Be-

THE WORLD'S WEEK cause almost all the cakes wereso t

Western Newspaper Union. exceptionally good, it was extremely ,
/ difficult to choose the win-
Yanks and Johnny Rebs coercion could be proved to exist. Lay 4 ners. But a most careful scoring

"Every charge in which a WPA system was used, and the cakes
S EVENTY FIVE years after they worker or official was named has ,were checked for general appear-
faced each other in deadly con-
been thoroughly investigated and
ance, including shape, size and
flict, some 2,000 old' soldiers gath- documentary evidence conclusively Some of the Prize-Winning Cakes Baked in the Experimental I crust, both, color and character; ...
ered in friendly concert to celebratethe establishes that out of more than a .
The Kitchen Laboratory; of C. Houston Goudiss. flavor, including odor and taste;
great Battle of Gettysburg. score of cases in which political activity lightness; crumb, including texture
Stars and Stripes and the Stars and was alleged, only two in- THE home economists on the R. A. Williams, 12075 Rosemary rated as to its fineness, ten-

Bars flew side by side on the once stances of improper conduct could of the Experimental Ave., Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. C. A. derness, moistness and elasticity,

bloody field, and the veterans of be found," he said. Kitchen Laboratory, maintainedin Burns, Box 788, Oakland, Miss.; color and grain.C. .

the Northern and Southern armies New York city by C. Houston Miss Sadie Cunningham, Avon- Houston Goudiss has said
that fought there in one of history'sbiggest conducts Pa. and Mrs.Laura Meyer,
Real Drive on DepressionWITH Goudiss, who our ; that he regrets that every woman
battles wandered togetherover "WHAT TO EAT AND WHY" series 107 ,Pleasant St., Plymouth, Wis. who entered the contest could not
the of the fiscal
the hills and meadows or sat new
have reached their decision Third Prize Winners. win a prize. He offers; his con-
in their tented city, exchanging rem- year the began concerning the prize winners in Mrs. T. H. Fjone, Flaxville, gratulations to the winners and
what the President calls "the real
iniscences and renewing old friend-
In the the ,recent Cake Recipe Contest Mont.; Mrs. Lester 'Ralston, 127 his thanks to the many other
drive depression. com-
ships. on Winners have already been noti- South Judd St., Sioux City, ,Iowa; homemakers who helped to make
The war department had done everything ing fiscal year relief agencies, army fied and have received their Mrs. Harry A. Kramer, 16 Marin this Cake Contest such a splendid
possible to make the now and navy,,public works departmentsand checks. Road, Manor, Calif.; Mrs. F. D.

feeble old warriors comfortable and federal lending corporationsmay The first prize of '$25.00 went to McDonald, Route 1, Amherst, Texas success.

safe, and the Pennsylvania National pour out approximately $8,500- Mrs. D. F. Kelly, 1004 Charles St., ; Vera Tygar, Commodore, Pa.;
Guard and Boy Scouts attended 000,000. Whitewater, Wis. Mrs. George Ahlborn, R. D. No. 1, Health First ,_ ,
carefully to their every want. There Administration officials said this, Second Prize Winners. Mt. Pleasant, Pa.; Mrs. B. A. Health is best for mortal man,

were feasts, parades, and military huge sum-equal to more than $66 The five second prizes were Robinson, Box 578, Emmett, Ida- next beauty; thirdly well-gotten

displays in plenty, but the veterans for every person in the nation-was awarded to Mrs. Harshbargen ho; Jean Guthrie, 4712 CampbellSt. wealth; fourthly, the pleasure of
were not called on to do the enter- needed because there are approxi- Mo. Mrs. Wal- youth friends.-Simonides.
of 2427 Fifth Ave., Altoona, Pa.; ., Kansas City, ; among
in the
taining. They were the entertained.In mately 10,500,000 unemployed
the Gettysburg National Mili- country. This estimate, furnished

tery park, comprising the battle- by a federal economist, was 4,500- .i..:)} ..
field, had been erected a beautiful 000 higher than last October, when -

peace memorial, and President the recession's effect became visi-

Roosevelt was there to dedicate it ble.Officials
on the afternoon of July 3. ,At left little doubt they hopeto

the top of the monument's shaft is a get business positively on the up- **
burner for natural gas that sup- grade by Labor day, although econ- 'J 1Ei
plies "The Flame of Eternal omists estimated it would take a

Peace." This was kindled by. the I year from the upturn to recover I

President as the climax of the day's the ground lost since last summer. ;, +' 'c Irium contained in BOTH Pepsodent ToothPowder
;k --
There were no re-enactments of Upholds, Free Press N and Pepsodent Tooth Paste

battle scenes. The observance was %' s "It's Pepsodent for me!" That'swhat For Pepsodentthanks to Iriumis -
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT deliv : thousands of people the country is now more effective than ever!
all of and and harmonyof '
peace, peace
ered two speeches in New York, modernized SeehowIriumhelpsbrushawaydingy
't' over are saying about the new,
all the land breathed all throughthe
on the site of the world's fair thatis / I Pepsodent containing loam Yes surface-stains.. .leaving your teeth naturally
talks made by Mr. Rooseveltand f\//k, is SAFE!
being built. First he spoke at and you'ii say the same once you'ye radiant 1 And Pepsodent
other speakers. > remarkable fast action dentiIt contains NO GRIT, NO PUMICE NOM
the laying of the cornerstone of the Nf used this -
From a common platform Com- ""3 i frice. BLEACH 1 So give Pepsodent a trial!
federal building at the expositionafter
mander-in-Chief Overton H. Mennetof
dabbling in cement with a silver -
the Grand Army of the Republicand trowel.
Commander-in-Chief John M.
Then the Chief Executive appeared is that airplanes Make the Most of It
field that ,so high
Claypool of the United Confederate Landing Up
Veterans spoke to their comrades. before a convention of the Between Las Vegas, N. M., and I have actually to go up in order I Each time in life comes but one
National Education association, and time. .
. --i- the Grand canyon, there is an airto land. .
declared that the mission of Amer-
Strike at New York Fair ica is to carry the torch of free

M ORE than 6,000 workers were thought and free learning'in a worldin

affected' by a general strike of which dictators have- smotheredthe I UNA and INA Go Campinq on the River. I I
construction at the New York fires of freedom.He I

world's fair, called by the Building did not mention Nazi Germanyor -
Trades and Construction council, Fascist Italy by name, but he SUFFERING KITTEN$/" WE'LL WANT TO MAKE COME ON ED-THERE'S ICE IN MAKE THE SHED SOME
an affiliate of the American Federa- condemned in most '''positive lan- WHERE DO\OO THINK WERE ICE CREAM WHILE FINE ICE CREAM IN THIS CONTRAPTION!
tion of Labor. All construction work guage such purges as burned libra
tied structural steel ries exiled scientists attists mush GRANDPA! COUSIN E.DDOESN'T SURE WE DO! OK,TOOTS
was up except / ICE '
work. The strike was precipitatedby cians, writers and teachers, dispersed CREAM POWDER
'a jurisdictional dispute. universities and censorednews ? FREEZER! --'IOU LL SEE TATE IT
--AE-- literature and art. r
r v /
Politics in ReliefPHAIRMAN "If in other lands the press is "T- I \

censored," Mr. Roosevelt declared, I
"we must redouble,our efforts hereto
senate funds committee
campaign keep it free. If in other lands
it to the members of that
the eternal truths of the past are
body whether they should investigate -
threatened by intolerance, we must
t charges that the provide a safe place here for their \ 1 '1 l
WPA had increased :1 \-
perpetuation. :
relief in Ken-
wages In his address to the teachers the
tucky and Okla-
t President warmly defended the
ag homa to aid the can- spending of his administration on .....- _.- fi
didacies of Senators
: the ground that the outlays of fed-
;. Barkley and Thom- eral money had increased nationaland LOOKIT ED "- UH-HW.t MID YOU WIN, KIDS, THIS THERE IS SUMP'NSMOOTH ENOUGH I
human WE JUST '
Administrator Har- I WITH W-- SURE PLENTY WHEN
ry L. Hopkins de- Exchange MIt.K..TAAT .SIR! \c i '?
Blvx' ?xt .;-.111.-KrflTffil nied that the WPA I' WILLIAM McCHESNEY MAR- / DONE I+ h ;2 POWDER!... OF JELL-O ICE CREAM
has been made a po- a St. Louis brokerage ... / As POWDER MAKES A
Harry Hopkins litical instrument in firm and chairman of the New York "'') .: WHOLE QUART AND A HALF

Kentucky.In Stock exchange since last May was 7,9 FOR HAND FREEZER 08 AUTOMATIC

a statement accompanied by elected president of the exchange ata / a ._ r'y REFRIGERATOR J i ,
exhaustive documentary evidence, salary of $48,000 a year. His selection 0 b

Hopkins challenged 22 charges that was the final step in the reorganization rrr,
his agency has subjected WPA of the executive per- ; aEpMt

workers to political pressure. He sonnel of the exchange which was / I ppWpER,'
said the facts do not substantiatethe brought about through the insist-

charges, but reiterated his ence of the securities and exchange -)

promises of summary and stringent commission and the "liberal" group ;: J STRAWSERR"f .VANILlA.CHOCOLATfiLCMON
action in all cases where political within the exchange membership. M : ; -MAPLE -UNPLAVOREONelfS


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SUNDAY Lesson ,. -. .- .

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. I Starching: Curtains.-Some laundresses I I Filling Nail Holes.-A mixture
Dean of The Moody Chicago.Bible Instituteof claim that if curtains are : of sawdust and glue can be used
Western Newspaper Union. dry before being starched they 'to fill nail holes in woodwork.
will keep clean longer.. *
Lesson for July 17 Moths Like Soiled Cloths.-
For the Tourist's Comfort.-Little Moths do not attack clean woolen

DEBORAH: EMERGENCY things that make a tourist articles. as readily as soiled ones.
room more comfortable are: a *
4 metal waste basket, ash trays, a .The Right Vase.-It_ is so important -
4 TEXT-Judges 4:1.9, 1214. drinking glass, a bedside mat to to note the colors in the
GOLDEN TEXT-Who knoweth whether step on, a towel rod, and a pitcherof vase and the, colors of the flowersto
thou art come to the kingdom for such a cool
drinking water.
time as this-Esther 4:14.: be put into it and be sure they
ttf7 PRIMARY TOPIC-Why Deborah Sang. are in their proper settings. The
JUNIOR TOPIC Why Deborah Sang. Tarnished Silver.-Moist table right type and color of vase in
Ready INTERMEDIATE for Emergencies.AND SENIOR salt will'remove egg tarnish from contrast to the blossoms is what
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- i silverware. completes the picture.
Emergency Leadership. I

"Every man did that which was

right divine in summary his own eyes.of what" Such was wrong is the Add Beauty to Your Linens I' I

tn Israel during the .period of the .
I judges (Judges 21:25): "There was
no king in Israel," no competentand Household Arts Dept., 259 W.

: : : inspiring leadership. The people jTTiJI'I Fourteenth St., New York City.
Seven years ago Helen Dob- ; : lived according to the whims of the Please write: your name, ad-
son deserted society life in east- Ly ; day, and, as always, humanity left dress and,pattern number plainly. .
to itself drifted to lower and lower
cities ranch in the
to buy a
ern : :
Sawtooth mountain ,wildernessof t. < .' .'.;":: "::11;'" levels. This was true morally and
Idaho. Here she has learnedto !fhf. spiritually and ultimately politically -

do everything a rancher << for they came repeatedly into
,\ should, chopping wood,handling 1,1 bondage to other nations and were
r only .delivered God raised b .
horses, hunting big game and as up t 8
even building her own house. judges to lead them to repentanceand
Her former society associatesmay victory, as well as to rule over F w.t'iIM1j\ ,r.'. Sf t Vr, 4 4S

much scoff healthier, but Helen and satisfying.says life's I( v.I' them.I. A People in Disorder (vv. 1-3). _______ N

Any people that forgets God and 'J '
.... 1
I r."" (?':-.:':"" ".' :'V} :.z: '<:": ': begins to live after the dictates of s' t
the; flesh will at length come to the D
t : place where some strong man with
chariots of iron" will rule over

them. We, in America, look at the ,1vlr
v 1 ,
5' other nations of the world, viewing J ,,y.
rraa a' S4 their plight with sympathy but ever .r
iF : assuring ourselves that "it can't / h J

happen here." We ought to arouse
.,.. r
." .w : ourselves and face the facts lest

our own land, happy in its posses- Pattern 6106.
d.., sion of God's great blessings of
'life, liberty, and the pursuit of A quick "beauty treatment" for
happiness," abuse those privileges, your linens-this easytocrochetborder
neglect the worship of God, spurn and simple embroiderymotif
the; leadership He gives us, and become I Pattern 6106 contains a

"lovers of pleasure more than I' transfer pattern of two motifs 6
lovers of God; having a form of' by 11 inches, two motifs 4 by 12

rt godliness, but denying the power inches; and two motifs 5% by 6 --=- ;
r. thereof" (II Tim. 3:4 5). If do '
Y : we inches; chart and directions' for ,
not awake and repent the Lord may .C your dealer cannot supply you, sen .
crochet; color schemes; illustra '
have to "sell" us, as He did Israel, 20c with your dealer's name for a1
.. into the hands of the oppressor.II. tions of. stitches; material require- Trial Package of 48 genuine PeKo'Jar
"' ::"" >woO>;"W" M ; ments.To
A Leader'. Called of God( (vv. obtain this pattern, send 15 Rings; sent prepaid.

4-9). r cents in stamps or coins (coins
God always has His man readyfor preferred) to The Sewing Circle, INSURE A PERFECT
;. the hour of need-only in this ,
t'WLI case His man was a woman. Glori- SEAL WITH "
ous indeed is the record of faithful CountiesSix
14P Important
and capable womanhood in annalsof
God's work on earth. Deborahwas counties of this country 'PE-KO EDGE.
: a woman of unique gifts-a 'Cook 'in Illinois, Los Angeles in
( % poetess, a prophetess, and withal California, Philadelphia in Penn-
-/ "the wife of Lapidoth," evidently a sylvania, Wayne in Michigan, New JAR UB1ERS'U.

riicederN woman who cared well for her, own York in New York and Cuya- United State Rubber Inc.
Product ,
household. hoga inOhio-contain: one-tenth of *r oem601,11908roadwdyNewYorkg |
Brains and natural ability are the population of the United States ':i-
in and produce one-fourth of the bus- United States BubberCompetty
much needed, especially a time
iness pay roll.-Collier's.
such as ours when few there are
who even care' to think for them-

selves and few who have any desireto : ,
develop native ability except for' i
Y "s. the purpose of "making money." t-5
But true leadership calls for more
than talent and intelligence; it calls .
for a burning in the soul, a divine
N zeal, the urge of God in the heart. Not

Deborah had this fiery touch upon
her life. Barak, while undoubtedlya
man of ability, evidently did not
have it. ,Many excuses have been 'S S A* \
offered for the weakness indicatedin
verse eight.It has been said

that he was cautious, or that he y Yf a
wanted to give the place of honorto .
Y.1. Deborah as the leader of her

people. These suggestions may be \
fp./F' true, but somehow one has the feel-
ing that what he really lacked was i. -:
'rb.fYllN.'f'rlr. L / tt
$. Z'yqY.YttcSO ? i.AS. .MAN'ligcY 'HSv the "flaming heart. May God give .' 1.
it to us, that in our much doing of I ,
His work the divine fire may warm I
: /.ff'.y'<' ..N. n.. .'Jt.. .. .>:.:... ._ and inspire us! .

Helen's'ranch is 90 miles III. A Divine Victory (vv. 12-14). :

from a railroad, which is a God gave Deborah and Barak a a .

: : long way from civilization. great victory, but note that it was /,
/P/( I. But she's become so adept God and not man who brought about ;:":"
at horseback riding that the defeat of Jabin (Judges 4:15: 23). '
: : distance means little.Even It was a complete victory and the 0;>
the native western cowboys enemies of Israel troubled them no kk
think she's good. more for many a day. ;

l :...._ Dr. Wilbur M. Smith aptly pointsout
k }4IO; / y I.w//FI N.HN y y N'M 1Y that we should look "upon these ,'=,' ..';,;:', .".',)i.:: -,: .
yw'SGih4 conflicts in the book of Judges as "
t#; certainly symbols of the great con-
flict that every Christian knows as '

i he wrestles, not with flesh and blood, QUAKER STATE accomplished a scientific ...
but against principalities and pow-
"miracle" produced from the
ers, against. the world-rulers of J ,
darkness and spiritual wickednessin finest Pennsylvania crude oil a motor oil
r s4 J. 14' I r 'j '% /'\o
/iMbr ; % ; N > r,/,LY' 4 4.sA. heavenly places. Victory is so pure that the common ailments of
'. br j ; certain only when the Lord is' withus sludge, carbon and corrosion are wholly Q
and only when we walk in His
will and contend against evil in overcome. Four great, modern refineries

His power. We are more than con- equipped with every scientific aid are at

querors, but only through the Lord the service of the motoring public e -
Jesus Christ" (Peloubet's Select deliver to you Acid Free Quaker Slate
.. In closing this lesson the writerof which makes your car run better, last .
wyy these notes wishes to recognizethe longer. Retail price, 35{5 a quart. Quaker

blessing of God in enabling himto State Oil Refining Corp., Oil City, Penna.t .
complete two years of this serv-
ice to Him and to His people. He
4S S 0A also wishes to thank those readersin

ftT. .. every state of the Union and ina ,
<-'c; MJcY' .= w""' ;';' 7';; ;"'
number of foreign countries who

It's a far cry from Manhattan cocktail parties to a western range. I have'written to him words of appre- J
Helen has forgotten about cocktail ciation, encouragement and counsel.


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months old, are on the right side 1 with a chap like Fred P. Cone sit- I reasonably accurate. After the gating children who in the past ,

The Clewiston News of the street, usually having their I tin' 'in the Governor's chair. I program gets fully under way, ex- have received aid from county com- t

bottles, and on the left are the Americans, for the most part are penditures will approximate $50- missions. Owing to the limited r

Published every Friday In Clewlston, littlo run-arounds, about a year patient, easy goin' lot, it takes I 000 per month and the number of amount to be expended during the
CLBWISTON NEWS, blue checked aprons, plenty to get 'em stirred up, but ,
Florida, by old in pink or
recipients will increase about one- first year, it is not hoped to get t
Inc. placidly playing on their porch. when they do reach a point where
third. Another places
'roll. will
the It
they "view with alarm" they generally all eligibles on
average number of children in dependent -
KEATHLEY DOWDEN, Editor I truthin I find a way to do somethin' be the policy of the State Board [
If there'had been proven any families at three and the
the stories which circulate fo.- about it. While they may permita average monthly payment per fam- to care for the most needy cases t:
,1 screwballs to parade for'a
Entered as ee ond class mail matte: lowing hurricanes that "the Indian* i few ily at $25. Where but one child ,
February: 1, 1927, at the Post Office Indecision to be a hu:'. :, time and shout for this or that, first.No will be taken f
going the
of knew there was In a family is aided, averageper applications
Florida, under the Act : to listen to '
:March 3, 1897.Subscription. ricane this year, because the saw f or stand by curiously child is estimated at $10. until the plan is approved by the
grass was in bloom" or "the saw I some ,red rabble rouser froth at I Aid to dependent children will Social Security Board, it is an- .

Rate $::.00 Per Tear. grass bloomed high," we would betaking I the mouth, the citizens great, mass like a of well our I'be distributed among the countieson nounced. This approval is antici- I''
Advertising Rates On Application. out additional storm insurance 120,000,000 a population basis, with the pated in time to begin disburse-
be classed as 99
and keeping our fingers cross known soap, can State Welfare Board first investi- ments in August.
Because the saw and 44-100 percent pure. Good I r
ed this year. I _
Devoted to the advancement and welfare headed AMERICANS nnuu um -
and it sound, solid,
is really in bloom, '
of Clewlston and Hendry County. grass harmless
is blooming high. Those acres that may appear- t
and acres of brown seedy looking and indifferent but they constitute I NOqhedede4ieahbme

.:..:..:..:..:.: ..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:' plumes, head-high and taller, that I: a mighty buzz-saw that is ,plentj -
you see waving back ,and forth I dangerous to monkey with.

RAMBLINGS across the prairie are acres and Nazism, Communism and other '
acres of saw-grass blooms. So it nutty "isms" may get in our hair, IIIII JI'

.:..:..:..:..:......r:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:. ..:- you are inclined to be pessimistic but they seldom make any millions headway \
there's your opportunity.And with more than a few 1S't ,. t
The ten cent store has intro- whose so-called minds are warped : "' :.

duced a new novelty and it strikesa Louise and whose sense of values are out F ,': ,::. \ \.
now we have Mary
responsive chord in my heart. of balance, and the old balance<
back and housekeeping.
and Johnnie
It is self-seal envelopes. All you wheel of a hundred million or mori: '.
They provided plenty excitement
have to do is insert your letter j' bride ?an be depended on to sit stead; ,---- '
for not all our
fold the top flap down and the church In! the boat and hold her in the '
and grooms, will arrange a
lower flap'up' and presto, it is hannel.
wedding here in town and ask us I
sealed tighter than a drum. No I The Tampa News, recently sug
rather rainy [
all to come. And a "I
licking, no sponging, no moisten- jested that it might be a good ,
afternoon failed to keep any of us v .
ing. Now if Uncle Sam could be :dea if the REAL Americans would1et
at home. Louise made a lovely Bachelors choose to'exist' in I
persuaded to work the same magicon together and pull off an "Amer may
bride, and we must say that, John-
his postage stamps our troubles nie seemed an extremely happy icanism Rally" and it is an excelleut : I apartments and rented houses but .
would be ended. For of all the thought for while we resent :
groom. It was a very pretty 'wed- o1REcr YOUR FAMILY deserves the hap-
glues we've ever tasted the glue attempts of this or that group 1 to I

on the reverse of the postage stampis ding pectations and fulfilled. And our may highest they "live ex- crowd ,some other "ism" onto us, I RE.oucTiowl pier and richer |life] that a real home
decidedly the worst. do mighty little to promote and 4o l.o+
Our safeS .
happily ever after. Ph 1 of your own will provide. \
On another counter at the ten foster "Americanism" and sell it I to

cent stores, were toys among each other and the world at large n 0 .o5* J and economical home financing plan ;

them row upon row of toy soldiers "J M I N:"!***.***.*.!"*.***.*.*.**!**.****.*****.***.*.****.*.****.******.**.***.****.**) M _*S can help you own YOUR HOME.Clewiston .
little boys have always loved STATE WELFARE BOARD'Jacksonville

toy soldiers and even here Too Late To Classity
warfare is modernized. There are July 14, (SpecialIn ]) Federal Savings

soldier tanks, and other machinesof By CJQusell Kay I reply to its request, the Stat

modern warfare sandbagsby Welfare Board has notified the Association
and Loan
the hundreds to fortify the .,......................................................,...........................,................. I Social Security Board at Washing:
miniature trenches and though I ton that approximately 3,830'de-
'little boys love to'p ay soldiers, It looks like poor Governor Fred pendent Florida children will b<

memories of the last war are too don't anymore than get through granted aid during the months of
real for mothers to watch them bein' blessed out in one direction August and September of this year, ,.--_ :;'..-.; .,_-..-.;'_ .'fl..:"r..,,;.f.., !.4. .-_ 'r.."._K .('';' ... 9., ,'...... ';.,''"'::3., ",x.d.iHaf'* l :,-.-- -,. ,
with anything but heartache. before they start pickin on him according to announcement here today -

.--- from another. If he comes out and of Clayton C. Codrington, stat

It's worth anybody's time to says somethiu' its usually WRONGand welfare commissioner.

make a stop in at the Clewiston on the other hand, if he tries During the two-month period,

Supply store and see the new keepin' "mum", they give him h--1 I $93,300 will be distributed among-

shaded hose on sale there ($1.65 light on, so the poor guy has a 1 these children. One-third of thi '.

per pair! ) In case you don't read hard time tryin' to figure out whatto amount, or $31,100.00 will be furnished .
A I ;.,, 1 :
the style news avidly enough to do. by the- federal government and : :: ; : : "t:
be familiar with them, let us ex Awhile back, when he was mill in* the remainder by the state.' The :3C/ : : : ;

plain that the shaded hose is the 'round with the Yankees 'in New federal ,government matches' .Ok ; ,. ."...'"
outgrowth of a Hollywood trick. York a flock of inquisitive reporters Age Assistance and Aid to the Blind C < "' For.: ?

Cameramen invented them to cre- and C. I. O. boys back him intoa funds dollar for dollar but only '. ': !: ;
ate another illusion they are I corner and try to eight-ball him puts up one dollar for two in the 0\f' \ g.t'

designed to make the actress' legs into pronouncin' his "blessing" on ADC category. :
look slimmer they take width Mr. Lewis' outfit. Instead of Florida's share of the money ic _':: ;>:: ,:

off the calf, so to speak. Lightin dishin' out a lot of salve and baloney now in the state treasury and has '
front they are knit so that the Fred comes' out and tells been ear-marked for the use of the ::; ..: .) I*.

shade gradually deepens till there 'em ,how he and a lot of other ADC program Codrington ,said. It '
is about ten 'degrees difference in folks feel about it and his frank- comes from the beverage fund and I ; : (: : :

the front, and sides of the le?: ness at that particular time did accumulated during the last assistance fiscal Printing ,;;}}.
the other two ,
more than any other .one ,thing to year as :
Speaking of, innovations, we've keep this state from bein' run over programs are launched.
heard much favorable comment locally with a flock of agitators.He The figures submitted to Washington -

on the front page of the may have been .a bit. unfortunate are only estimates, but itis
society section of the Miami Herald : in the selection ,of words and expected that they will prove

on Sunday recently. There! the idea he was tryin' to convey

were three lovely ladies pictured might have been phrased in more
thereon. The photographs had first Jiplomatic terms but neverthelesshe WILL PAY 25 cents each for first

been sketched by- an artist and the expressed the right idea and it four copies of Clewiston News, : j.v

engravings were made from the did Florida a lot more good than dated June 17.-Mrs. K. Bowden. Of ,mY ,. ,
sketches. They were truly lovely harm.,

ladies, from a printer's view pointas In spite of the fact a lot of
well as being objects of pul- newspapers jumped all over him. FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs

chritude. We hope sketches) will Groups and individuals condemned bedroom suitable for one or two .1 >*

be used more commonly.The him while they raved and tore persons. Phone 376 or call at

heir hair. Even those who felt premises. ,F. L. 'Williamson. ,
Inn ,is complete now, even like he did about it but didn't ,
to knicknacks. Have you seen the have the courage to admit it, pre-

pretty pieces that are in the cab- ended to be horrified. ,
inet beside the fireplace in the liv- So havin' gone through one mess J. S. CAMPBELL
ing room? Coker bought them in 'ike that it is only natural that ,u MerIt'

New York and they are nearly all Fred might hesitate to speak his Jeweler & WatchmakerAll :

imports. OUT favorite is the man mind: as bluntly and openly in the '

with the fiddle. The plates, which future, seein' it didn't get him any- Kinds of Jewelry Repairs .. :has :, : : ,

incidentally are American made, :hing but a lot of grief. :
Optical Repairs
are wooden. The other day a group hopped "i '

,The lobby walls boast many {ip and asked him "What about VE CHRISTIAN'S BAUUflR SHOP : : ?
pictures; all of them of old Eng- the Nazi's establishin a Bund in ] ;;QI ; .
lish Inns, and all in matching Florida?" Well'! it was another ?' ? '
; '
frames. The grouping above the beautiful chance for the governorto '

fireplace Is particularly beautiful. say the wrong thing, but havin' NORGE REFRIGERATORS :

However, of all the Inn pictures, tuck his tail in the crack on other \irnlture and Homo burnishing }I : L :: : :: : :
Claude Downs' favorite hangs over occasions, Fred probably figured ; r
his desk in the lobby. It is an he'd fool 'em this time, so insteadf PHILCO KAUIOS SeeThe ,

enlarged picture of the first Clew- makin'y any pointed remarks : .
iston Inn, which Laura Matteson vbout what might or, might note Household FurnishingsInc. ', i'" : .. :

tinted for him, and it is very done to a. flock of goosesteppin'Hitlers : :':;,; : : :
pretty. hielers, should they trapper <: tIt

'o put in their appearance down BELLE GLADE FLORIDA. .. : : ;:; <
.' '
Another inovation at the Inn. is our way, he makes out like he :' : ; "
Mrs. G. Small. Besides part time don't know the answer and just "

work in the Inn office, she is ain't sayin'. \ .
available there as a public stenographer This time, because he don't let J. M. COUSE

and that will no doubtbe imself go and say what he prob-
at Law
Counselor and Attorney
a boon many limes to guestsat bly thinks, they start climbin' all Hopkins Building

the Inn, and probably to othersin ever him and are as sore as a Wednesdays and Saturdays Jemftan ?\&ws
town, who occasionally need flock of owls because the Governor '
0:80 to 4:00AGENT tt
such service. don't say somethin' about bollin "
'em in oil or gangin' 'em to a tier J. > : <3'. :
There's an interesting sight No matter what else may be satf :: -:<:' ','i;" ; :" F i F '

which we run across occasionally.It's about the Governor, nobody ca1.

the two pair of twin babiesin i ever question his patriotism, his L. B. Mershon
Harlem. They live almost directly {true democracy and his staunch
across the street from each Americanism. If I were a Bund New York Life

other, and late in the afternoon, starter I could think of a lot more
their mothers have them on their healthier' places to start one than Insurance Company ).
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porches.I... The_. : tiny' ones, about,. _four_ the state of Florida! partjcularlylir. ARC4DIA, I FLORIDA" r"Jio I "_,"- --"- .,..,..-'".,...........-.-, ..-.,i1, ....- .....,...-- .'-, .;;:;-. -: :.- .-- ., > I:Y IJ. _'lifT' ''- '" I

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,, .I:H:M:M:N***:..:.****..:..*..:*.:..*..*..:..:..:..:..:N:N:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:N:..:..:..:..:M:NNNN:NNMNN:.;., Patterson, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs.

t_ X y.2i itt Claude Mrs.L.F.Downs Deane Mrs.Duff M. Miss M. Prew-Vir- Miss Oglesby Weds John .Lucaa

ginia Jordan, Mrs. Fred Henricksen -

'PERSONAL and, SOCIETY :+i if Mahr, Mrs.and Miss Max Meluh Constance Mrs.Lucaa.Frank Saturday P. M. at St. MargaretsMiss

y I

( .:..:..:.. :..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : *.********:M4* :M *M:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:-;:..:..:..:-.:. MRS.FOR TAYLOR CONFERENCE GIVES SUPPER GROUP ,,

I Mary Louise Oglesby daughter back of the
neck, and a row of
Willard Hooker of Mr.
Lakeport wasa and Mrs. Ivey Pafford and
of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesbyand small satin-covered buttons extended
visitor in Clewiston Tuesday.C. daughters, Anne and Kay, returned Mrs. Forest C. -
Taylor entertained
Joseph Lucaa
son of down the back to the wxistline.
Friday night from a visit with at the manse, Wednesday Mr. and
evening Mrs.Villiam Lucaa of Wlith this the bride wore a small
W. McDonald of Belle Glade relatives in Brunswick, Georgia.Mr. with
I a supper for the New York City were married at brimmed hat made of starched

c' was a visitor in Clewiston Tuesday. young people who' attended the six o'clock Saturday afternoon in white lace of the same fabric. as

and Mrs. Keathley Bowden recent conference for Christian En St. Margaret's Church in the pres- her dress. She carried an arm

Y.-r. F. C. B. Legro was a business vis- and sons Kay and Paul, spent deavor members at Rockledge. ence of a large assemblage of bouquet of roses.

itor in Clewiston Friday and Saturday Sunday in Okeechobee with rela Those invited were Elizabeth relatives and guests. The wedding Miss Lucaa's
tives. dress was of blue
Draughn of Moore Haven, Lee Prid- ceremony was performed by Father organdy a bouffant style with

gen, Maxine Doty, Florence Gra- Francis J. Finnegan, of Melbourne tiered skirt and bolero. She

W. R. ,Gary of Mobile, Alabama, Dirand Mrs. G. S. Mobley who ham, Betty Bailey and Francis former .pastor of St. Mar- blue lace off-the-face hat worea and

; was a visitor in Clewiston Friday. r have been visiting in Sanford for Wright of Clewiston Floy Prevatt garet's. carried pink roses. Miss Oglesby's

afternoon.' I a couple of weeks, returned Wednesday of Bean City, Mary Merriam, Catherine Prior to the ceremony, Grieg's dress was of yellow organdy with

to visit Mr., and Mrs. Gordon McKay Edna Henderson and Peter Pan
Morning collar and
; i Mrs. Catherine M. Jarvis returned was played as a preludeby puff
Mobley.S. .
the first of the week from a Muriel Merriam of Lake Harbor. Mrs M. M. Prewitt, organist trimmed with self-material ruffles.

who softly played The Rosary, by Her hat was a yellow maline halo,
visit of month in Atlantic
City. H..
Richards of Tlnvntnnvn
., .._. -- -- -- ------ Ethelbert edged with lillies of the
MRS. WRIGHT ENTERTAINS Nevin during the cere- valley and
a business visitor in Clewiston Wed
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston and nesday. Mr. Richards field WITH TEA AT INN mony.. Two solos The End of a her flowers were red roses.

Miss Martha Nell Alston, spent resentative for this district isv of rep-the I 1 I Perfect Day, by Carrie Jacobs Bond, The groom and his attendantswore

Sunday in Miami. i sung by Dennis Small, and 0 white linen suits.
Florida Industrial Commission. Monday afternoon Mrs. Francis
Promise Me, from Robin Hood by Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, mother of
Wright entertained the
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: Miss Beth Nail and Miss Virginia porcnat Smith-DeKoven, sung by F. M. the bride wore a printed chiffon
Rev. Alexander Linn of Fort the Clewiston Inn with a tea
Wright completed the program of afternoon dress. Mrs. William
Saxon of Moore Haven visited in
Myers, who is spending this week for several visitors.
Clewiston this week. I nuptial music. Lucaa, the groom's mother worea
conducting a Bible school in Lake Included were Mrs. William Luc-

Harbor, was guest speaker at the I aa and Mrs. Frank Mahr who are The wedding party entered to the black chiffon.

Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrux were Kiwanis Club Wednesday evening.Mr. :visiting Mrs. H., J. B. Scharnberg, strains of Wagner's Bridal Chorus Following the ceremony an informal -

I recent visitors in Miami and Key, Miss Zoe Hoover who is visiting from Lohengrin. First came the reception was held at the

West. Mrs. her brother two ushers, Vincent Oglesby brother home of the bride's parents. Dur-
and W. ,C. Owen, Bill, Sidney Hoover, Mrs.
-----,- Dick and Shirley Owen, returne-i Chet Lewis who is spending a of the bride, and Bob Logan. ing the evening the young couple

Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Lewi;: Friday evening from a three weeks' few days here while her husbandis They were followed by the brides- left for a short wedding trip to

of Moore Haven were visitors tJ. visit with friends and relativesin here on business, Mrs. Scharn- maids, Miss Constance Lucaa, sisterof Miami. Miss Lucaa travelled in

Clewiston Friday afternoon. Brownville Tennessee.Mr. berg and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt. the groom, and Miss Julianne navy redingote with white acces-

Oglesby, sister of the bride. sories.
Mrs. A. L. Hackett Mrs. Lucaa is the eldest daughterof
and daughter and Mrs. R. C. Wilson left MISS MYERS HONORED The bride entered on the arm
Ann visitors i Mr. and Mrs. Oglesby and has
Agnes were Fridayin I
Fort Myers. Saturday for a three weeks' visit AT BUFFET SUPPER PARTY of, her father, by whom she was resided in Clewiston for several

I with Mrs. Wilson's parents Mr. r--- given in marriage and was met at
years. She is a graduate of the
and Mrs. L. R. Oliphant, and other Mrs. B. C. Flaniken entertainedat the altar -by the groom and his
Mrs. L. C. Farnell of Pahokeewas I Clewiston High School and is em-
relatives in Marietta, Georgia. her home on the government uncle, H;,. J. B. Scharnberg who
a business visitor in Clewiston ployed in the general office of the
reservation Wednesday evening for acted as best man. The altar
United States Sugar Corporation.
Saturday.Mr. Mrs. F. Deane Duff was the guestof her sister, Miss Lena Meyers of before which the young couple exchanged -
Mr. Lucaa has made his home
her mother Mrs. F. Edward Sour Lake Texas, who is visitingher their vows was lighted
and Mrs. Willard F. Simpson I here with his uncle and aunt, Mr.and .
Bryant and her sister Mrs. Staf- this week. with white tapers and was decor-
the of friends in Mrs. Herman Scharnberg for
were guests ord Beach, in Palm Beach fora I. Guests were invited for a spaghetti ated with mixed garden flowers in
;r,;_ Moore Haven Wednesday evening. six years. He is employed as an
few days this week- supper and an evening of pastel colors. The wedding party
I assistant engineer at the sugar
>, Michigan afterwards. An individ- left the church as Mendelssohn's
.' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hansen of i house.
:. Mrs. Mary Matthews of Foil ual loose-leaf recipe boolwas Wedding March was played.

/ Fort Myers were guests of Mr. and Pierce spent the week-end in Clew- awarded Mrs. R. N. Smith for high The bride's Mr. and Mrs. Lucaa are residingin
wedding dress was one of the homes recently com-
: Mrs. J. A. McGehee .
;' iston with her' sister, Mrs. H. J. i score prize, and a box of station- of white lace
,, fashioned along princess pleted by the sugar comporation.
:' Oglesby. Mrs. Matthew's children, ery went to Mrs. G. T. Augur for lines.
r The square necklinewas Out-of-town visitors at the wed-
Mae Palmer spent a few
Helen and Urban are spending the low. Miss Meyers was given a
softly draped and caught at ding included Mrs. William Lucaa
[: days over the week-end in Miami
summer here with her aunt. piece of lingerie as guest prize. the '
corners with pearl clips. The and Mrs. Frank Mahr of New York
f and Key West.
/ The guests included Miss Meyers, sleeves very full at the shoulders, City mother and aunt of the groom
Father F. J., Finnegan former I I' G. T. Augur Mrs. J. F. Curry,
and were tight and pointed and Mrs. Mary Matthews, Helen
f> Mr. and Mrs. J. Grady Niblack
pastor of St. Margaret's church G. S. Mobley, Mrs. J. W.
in over the wrists. A small standing and Urban Matthews, of Fort Pierce,
this Palm
spent week West
: spent Saturday in Clewiston, com Ezelle, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. R. collar
extended around the aunt and cousins of the bride.
ing down from Melbourne to offi- I N. Smith and Mrs. Keathley Bow-

. ciate at the wedding of' Miss Mary den. I

Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. Crouch Oglesby and John J. Lucaa.
ices. Claude Downs Mrs. Francis 1\[.
left Saturday for a visit of a few
Entertains With Miss Constance
weeks in New York City. and Miss Wright, Miss Eunice Meredith, Mrs.
Miss Laura Matteson left Thurs- Julianne Oglesby who were brides-,

day for a month's vacation during maids at the Malcolm Bigg, MrsMax Meluh
wedding, assisted in
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. ,
Beery which she will visit her parents, I bringing in the gifts to Mrs. Lucaa. Mrs. C. Royer, Mrs. Henry C. Kol-
Parker Kenneth Harris
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matteson in
I,- There were dozens of lovely gifts, stad, :Miss Constance Lucaa, Miss
spent Sunday in West; Palm Beach.
Palm City, and friends in Miami H. J. B. Scharnberg enter- which were opened and shown to Julia Ann Oglesby, Mrs. Jones Bryan -

---- and West! Palm Beach.J. tained delightfully at the ClewistonInn the assembled guests. I, Mrs. Sidney Crochet, Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lear have: '
on Tuesday afternoon combining The invitation list included Mrs. A. McGehee, Miss Mary Moore, '
returned Clewiston after few
to a E. Beardsley attended the j J a bridge'party honoring her Frank, Rodriguez, Mrs. E. P. Mut Miss Louise Moore, Miss Virginia
weeks in West Palm Beach.
stay meeting' held in West/ Palm Beach 'j house guests, Mrs. William Lucaa rux Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Harry Jordan, Mrs. Charlie Miner Miss

Tuesday for the purpose of stimulating Mrs. Frank Mahr and Miss Con- ;Vaughan, Mrs. Walter Vaughan, sr., Beatrice Jacobs Miss Yvonne John-
Nail the
Mrs. Campbell E. spent
week-end in Fort Lauderdale with interest in the completionof stance Lucaa of New York City, Mrs. Walter Vaughan, jr., Mrs. M. son, Mrs. G. H. Small Miss Mary

road 25 from Belle Glade to with a shower honoring Mrs. John E. Yenawine, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Markette, Mrs. C. A. Martinez Miss
her husband who there
was on '
West Palm Beach J. Lucaa, a bride of last week. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. H. A. Pearl Brantley, Miss Eleanor Luce,
Tables for bridge and Michiganwere Bestor Mrs. William H. Lanier, Miss Rosalind Luce, Mrs. D. G.

Mrs. Foy Durrence spent several arranged on the delightful Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. Fred Alston, Mrs. Deane Duff, Miss Mar-
Mrs. Crochet and MrsJ.
Sidney days this week in Fort. Myers with upstairs porch at the Inn. Henricksen, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw cia Avant, and the honor guests,
A. McGehee and Pat McGehee
her sister-in-law, Mrs. D. O. Dur- Mrs. J. W. Ezelle won high score Mrs. B. P. Luce, Mrs. Keathley Mrs. John Lucaa, Mrs. William
were business visitors in Fort Myert
rence and with Mrs. Leona Dur- prize at bridge and received a Bowden, Mrs. Frank Mahr, Mrs. Lucaa, and Mrs. Frank Mahr.

Tuesday. rence, of Glenville, Georgia' who lovely towel set, Mrs.. Fred Hen-

was also in Fort Myers. ricksen I -
was given
Edgar Ezelle. jr., of Mobile Ala- a pretty pottery . . . . . . . . ..
vase as second high prize and Mrs. .N.NIMIN M.N.N NNINIM.N.N".,1.NIN.11.N.N/H.I/tM......N 1.1..NIIIN...N/N.N...........;..:..;..;..........
bama ,
arrived Wednesday for a
Miss Lena Meyers of Sour Lake, M. E., Yenawine a ribbon covered
month's visit with his uncle J.
Texas, arrived Tuesday for a week'svisit dress hanger for third prize. Mrs. ?

Ezelle, and family. with her sister, Mrs. B. C. Malcolm Bigg was high at the X X

Flaniken. Mrs. Flaniken and her Michigan table and was presented .:. ..
Mrs. J. T. Platt children
and of hildren, Bevoly and Betty Carol, with a linen tablecloth and Mrs. '
Canal Point spent a few days here vill return to Texas with Miss ,
H. C. Kolstad was consoled with 1 I
with Mrs. Platt's parents Mr. an.iMrs. CLEWISTON 60LFy
for visit of months.
A. J. Richaud. Meyers a two I a box of novelty powder puffs. Miss

They expect to leave next Tuesday. Yvonne Johnson won bath powderas yI

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias left Enjoying a steak fry on the cut prize.Following. the card the I.I' I..
games I
Monday for two weeks' vacation levee Wednesday evening were Mr. guests were invited downstairs and COURSE

which they are spending in Miami and Mrs. T. B. Shelley Mr. ana
joined by a large of
tea }.
group = '
and West Palm Beach.Dr. Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. guests made their way into the I 1

Andrew P. Beery Mr. and Mrs. dining room where refreshments I'

and Mrs. John P. Higginsand Roy Alston Miss Mae Palmer, Ken- blematic of the bridal shower, em- ...
were i
little daughter Patricia, arrived neth Harris M. Baker and Parker served. Much attention was centered :: ::

Thursday from Miami to Wilson. I I
on the pretty wedding cake
make their home in Clewiston. II s
which stood on one of the tables I y

MRS. HENRICKSEN HOSTESSAT against the wall. With a back- y
Miss Belle Hooker and Miss Chris- TEA :FOR VISITING LADIES
ground of miniature

"'=<<,: week's tine Bell visit returned with relatives Sunday in from West a through whose colored windows the Public I I.s'

Palm Beach. Mrs. Fred Henricksen entertained light filtered, the cake was shapedto Open to ]

delightfully at her home Wednesday represent the steps outside. In

afternoon" with a tea. Guests Included the foreground were a tiny bride .
Mr. and Mis. M. Baker of Cedar .
Mrs. William Lucaa Mrs.
and groom leaving the church; be- r- f 's.'s.
Rapids Iowa, were business visitors Frank Mahr, Mrs. John Lucaa, Mrs. hind them were the two brides- 1

in Clewi&lou several days this H. J. Oglesby and Mrs, H. J. B. maids, dressed MII yellow and blueas .:. J 1

week. Scharnberg. were the maids at the wedding. .}
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The pastor, with an uplifted ex- --...: ........- .s.
Miss Virginia Gallant has returned .s. I
.MRS. J. LUCAA HONORED pression and attitude stood beam-
.s. :
to Jacksonville after visitingfor .
AT INN LUNCHEONMrs. ing down on the miniature couple. .s.
several days with friends in :j. +
Mrs. John Lucaa was seated at

Clewiston. William, Lucaa was hostess the large round table with the girls Moderate Green Fees :i: i

Thursday at a pretty luncheon at from the general office where she
Mrs. E. and children ::: 1
the Clewiston Inn, honoring her is employed.A Exceptional Fairways

returned this week from Leland, daughter-in-law, Mrs. John Lucaa.
chicken salad followed
course was :f
Mississippi, where they were called The guests included Mrs. John with an ice course, each _: Interesting Greens :

by the death of Mrs. Liles' mother. Lucaa, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. ice being molded in the shape t. I

Mr. and Mrs. M. Liles ,of Jackson, H. J. B. Scharnberg, Miss Julia of !
a pair of love birds. Individual
._ .
t."c-: Mississippi them home ---- '- '
accompanied Anne Oglesby, Mrs. Francis Wright.
cakes, with decorations In
and returned after' a few days Mrs, Hr !-. Bestor, Mrs. RV, and yellow, were serve4 with green the" I' o)<;..: : "..*:..,...,...>. >*&........'. ..;..:..;..........'r--; ;..'<<..:w.-.:

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That's RehabilitationYoung

men who are bad are .

usually so because they want to
HERIGJA E be bad. You've got to change
their point of view.

You may admire those who are

brilliantly sarcastic, but you can't'
-ry_ Joseph McCord WNU Service. love them.
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You can accomplish more by

CHAPTER I "Yes. Doctor Jonathan Farwell." I While observers were still engrossed ous faith in his father, Dale had your own efforts than anybody can :.
-1- This direct bid for information exercised -' with first estimates they approached the day with some misgivings help you to accomplish.

One chattering brazen clash.' its placating effect. "My were caught and held by the soundof The preceding pastor had Never hesitate to praise good
brother Tom was on the commit a voice announcing the opening served Old White for somethingover work, no matter where, or by
about its
Old White always set tee, you know. He says we'll like hymn. A vibrant voice, borderingon forty ,years. That sort of thing whom it is done. Praise is often
Sabbath morning summons with a him. He heard him preach twice. the verge of harshness in its sounded very much like the East the only reward that good work ." .,
discord. Until the hempen bell rope, from West Some Dale's rather decision ,:
He comes out penetrating quality.As was patronizing gets. :;; .';'
writhing through various floor open- place in I-o-wa" Abbie favored that Doctor Bailey must have
the familiar strains of the
ings, furnished impetus needed for state's second syllable with an impressive been pretty tolerant and easygoingto
the stately cadence of mellow boom- hymn sounded from the organ loft,
accent. last Farwell
so long. Young was
the minister turned abruptly and
ings that followed. "Is his wife here, Abbie?" aware that his parent had the name :. ,
there to be an seated himself in the center one of "
Today appeared I
"He hasn't any. Widower. Mrs. of being "different. "
three tall chairs that stood with
Unusual outpouring of Locust Hill'sfaithful Farwell's' been dead for quite sometime Disguised cold ;!
their backs stiffly to the choir. His by a seemingly .' ','
bent upon worshiping I heard. He's never marriedso personality, the clergyman from the
White chin dropped against his breast,
the austere walls of Old far. I the West forcefulness
strands of the red hair for possessed a dynamic '.
church. Before,the bell finished its "Any children?" falling To directness
I an unswerving -
reminder, 'a growing stream of arrivals "One boy. He must be grown up. ward and covering the long white I of address and a scorn of FEEDS .,

was converging on the frontof Dale's his first name. Sounds too fingers that shaded his eyes. He mincing words, he added the readiness ;
the edifice. Singly and in groups fancy for a man. I don't know might have been engaged in prayeror to declare himself A DOLLAR SAVED in feed cost is a dollar
made their the foot- is. Not in the minister'spew meditation.Nor upon popu- added to your profit. Cut feed cost with
where he
they way up lar issues whenever he deemed sucha SILVER SHIELD SILOS. Write for valuable -
worn treads serving the two en- anyway. Funny. You'd surely did he stir when the congregation course appropriate. Unrighteousness silo booklet CANNED DOLLARS.
trance doors. think he'd be present at such an rose to its feet to join in the in every form drew the wither- Lamneek, Columbus Products, Ohio., Inc., 618 Dublin Avenue \ -'"

The atmosphere held a noticeableair occasion as this." summons 'to praise. ing fire of his denunciation.

of expectancy. It was reflectedin Had Abbie Brown carried her in- Dale's brief sight of their new "
the vigilance of ushers prowling vestigations farther, a pair of twin- The younger Farwell had reached home town convinced him that the Males and Females -.' ';

along the carpeted aisles and dart- kling blue eyes directly behind herr Locust Hill late, Saturday, making place was reserved, set in its ways.It .-.":,,;.

ing harried glances into the black .,..u.......... was more than possible that these There are many millions of persons .";0-: .
'walnut pews. Ushering at Old White people would resent a progressive on earth who are unknown to ,' ?
was a function demanding nice per- minister if the he 'C.:.:
even causes the census taker, and so there are ;
ception. Particularly if there championed were just. no reliable figures of world-wide .,
/ .
chanced to be liberal sprinklingof ,
a Jonathan Farwell's coming to Locust scope concerning the division of ::/...
strangers, as on this October Hill the of coincidence '> "
was result a population between the two sexes. :

afternoon. It began with an invitation In most of the countries for which ,t,'j

Conspicuous among their numberwas 'to deliver the baccalaureate sermonat there are figures, however, females ',:> -,'
a personable young man who the university where his son was have a slight majority. The :";'.{

arrived early and appropriated a receiving a degree. greater occupational hazards the .':->
choice seat on the center aisle, After the services Doctor Far- males face, in war, industry and, .'>:

where he remained apparently in- well found himself accosted by a commerce, are chiefly responsible :;.. 'r:
sensible to the polite censure of theushers' tall smooth-shaven with keen ..
man for this condition because among :: : .'
regard. eyes peering through silver-rimmed almost all races there are more ;: '. r
The youth's roving blue eyes, glasses set astride his thin nose and males born than females. In the :.,:":: ;

their whites showing rather oddly I tethered to a black ribbon. The United States, census bureau fig- :\"<' :;

against the deep tan of his face, \\ I 4 Lq eyes, thinning hair and immacu- ures show that there were 1,105- :< ;r ",,

scanned the growing congregationwith late clothing combined to produce a 489 male births and 1,049,616 female -':,:''...: '
unflagging interest. The alert- cool grayness. births in 1935. The United .,:'\

ness of the eyes was in decided con- "I am Cassius Brady of Lo- States is one country which main- ":', ;

trast to the well-knit figure relaxed cust, Hill New Jersey," the new tains a male majority in its total ': :,:1, .,
comfortably in the pew corner. To announced "And thisis I
comer crisply. population. In 1930 there were .
the loose-fitting gray tweeds and my daughter Lenora." He indi- 62,137,080 males and 60,637,966 fe- ..
carelessly knotted scarf of blue silk.
cated a slender dark-eyed girl males. ."
And to the wavy hair, a warm standing at his side. "I was greatly '
chestnut brown. .;
impressed by your sermon, Doctor .
Only once did the young man stir Farwell. Very much so. In short" .
from his languid pose. That was q vi''r t'x f; alxrWe he added bluntly, "it set me won-

when a trio of elderly women, all in dering if you would consider a call

black silk, hesitated reprovingly at from our church." GlA5SE5 ....

the entrance to the pew. Then he "This is a trifle sudden, Mr. 'Bra- '

scrambled to his feet in apologetic r7 dy," Farwell returned with a slight f',
haste and stepped out into the broad smile. YOUR .

aisle 1w, "I suppose it is. I dropped off GROCER
"I hope I'm not intruding," was here yesterday on my way from
He might have been engaged in prayer. '
his low-voiced suggestion.Two ,(
the coast to meet my daughter and J

of the newcomers passed would have furnished the desired a hurried cross-country trip in or- take her home. I am glad I did No Place for IndividualThe

him without a word or glance. But information. Instead, she gave Han- der to be present when his father Now I want very much to have a time when, most of all, you s
the third lingered for a swift ap- time talk with you." should withdraw into yourself is
nah a quick nudge with her bony appeared for the first in his
praisal. Something she encounteredin elbow. new pulpit. Recently graduatedfrom This brief encounter was followedby when you are forced to be in a
the frank smile brought a touchof "There he comes!" a mid-west university, Dale an invitation to dinner at Brady's crowd.-Epicurus.
crimson color to her somewhat had spent the summer in camp as- hotel and a meeting between Dale ,r ,
Like the dropping of a stone in a
faded cheek. with the direction of Farwell and Lenora Brady.If .
sisting a
"You placid pool, the opening of a doorat the lawyer impressed by
are welcome, I'm sure, logical.survey. The field work fin- was ,
she murmured politely, hurrying the right of the altar sent an ished, he returned 'to school for sev- the minister, the latter's son was, :'
after her companions.A attentive flutter rippling over the attracted to the lawyer's daughterto
eral weeks of compiling reports and ; "
congregation. A tall black figure ',' ,
last muffled stroke from the for the a degree that rendered him almost -
arranging specimens department's -
made its Jonathan ,,- .
appearance. incoherent during their intro '
old bell overhead died with a lin- museum. .
gering note. Quiet strains stealing Farwell, the new minister of Old duction. He scarcely removed his ":.;:
White church. In single instanthe Doctor Farwell's household goods
from her face when he found
out from the bronzed pipes of the eyes
\ was made the target for a host were delivered by a moving van buta himself sitting opposite her at din

organ. of inquisitive eyes. short time before Dale put in his mr -, .,'
Sunlight filtering through the and both '
own men ner.She
These saw above the pulpit a was the prettiest girl he had
stained glass of narrow windows worked until a late hour settlingthe
white rugged face, its pallor heightened seen in a long time. Not exactly '
dropping multi-colored mosaics here by coppery red hair brushed parsonage for a housekeeping pretty, either Something better The Crying and Restlessness :..\,:
and there on the heads of :waiting of sorts.
straight off the lofty forehead. Pene- program 'than that. He particularly liked of children is frequently an indica-. 4
worshipers.One Soon after their first breakfast to, 'I ..- ; a
trating black eyes, seemingly obliv- the way those bronze curls framed tion of Worms or Tapeworm in the .'"
vagrant shaft dallied with ious to the sea of staring faces be- gether, Dale appeared in his fa her piquant face, that vivacious turn The cheapest safest and ..
the crimson hat worn by a small ther's study ready for church serv- system. ,
low and fixed clock interest
steadily upon a of the head when she was medicine for ridding children
in quickest, ., .
who sat front of
woman directly
hanging against the rear gallery ice."I'm ed. Most of all, it was her eyes, or adults of these parasites is .
the blue-eyed stranger. The small panels. A generous mouth flanked going early," he announced."I that held him. They were different
woman straightened her thin shoul- want to size the crowd be- Dr.Peery's'DEADSHOiVermifugeL'\
by deeply etched lines running to up from any Dale remembered seeing.
ders in an annoyed fashion. The the nostrils. distinct fore give them their big mo- "
There was a you The iris appeared to be a red-brown,
gesture, however, was not directedat cleft in the center of the square ment." flecked with dark spots. 19y gwonef. ,, ,

the prying sunshine. Another chin. Despite his pride and an impetu- (TO BE CONTINUED) : t
stout displaying l r E tf t ,
woman, exceedingly was f ro
an intention of sharing the [ > W
50c a bottle at druggists or : ,'
with the red hat. .
pew Wright's Fill Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. City :, .
Its wearer looked up as she of- I
fered a subdued but audible: "Good -I, Begin reading it today .

morning, Hannah. You can, sit in SMALL SIZE 1Ef LARGE SIZE -,.
here with me." 4 II J 60c c. $1.20
The new arrival worked past the

relentless knees of her hostess and ': ,
sank heavily to the wine-colored A new serial by JOSEPH

cushions. There was an unobstructed McCORD AA"'O. t

view of the rostrum along the I -\ x# ... Brings Blessed Relief ;:
center aisle and the woman under ;:. ff from aches and pains of ,

the red hat had no intention of relinquishing --- RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
her advantage.An I r
amused glint in the eyes of T i/ a bottle Why Suffer?
the young man indicated his appre- ATALtOGOOD: \ )(DRUGSTORES_
ciation of the little maneuver.

Swaying slightly in the directionof

the stout Hannah, the smaller
woman remarked in a whisper that

clearly penetrated the distinctive ,
quietness."So mK &l mtSKiESO \ ; .

you thought you'd come out ,";<

and ,see our new preacher." <<>> is right around this quiet, congenial hotel. :;;
Hannah admitted the charge witha
nod that added interestingly to Ii :iIi Rooms with bath from $2.50 single, $4 "{',"

her assortment of chins. /--i\ double. FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD.

," "Don't worry," came her neigh- '
bor's assurance. "Plenty of your
members tagged along." / i -
"His name's Farwell isn't it Ab- "7 11II
1 ,
bie?" Hannah deftly parried the ..- '- a!

thrust. =
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Exercisesfor r

AsthmaBy OUR COMIC '3

of It

Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. in both
J I. Snoopie I "

time to time we read mummy.

FROM new drugs to shortenan :: one who

attack of asthma. Formerly _..'J husband.
breathing in from a handker- .
chief on which three drops of V rf. :

amyl nitrate had been poured, V : Swing
? swing!
or the use of a solution of nitro- cQ,

glycerin, 1 drop, was the usual b The

treatment. More recently, the dinner.
hypodermic injection of 15 Q

drops of adrenalin or epene-

phrine is more generally used.

The tendency to asthma is inher-
ited in a great many cases. It is I ..i/// 4% dflj

_uu now believed that 42/p 'llf /
allergy-being sen- / /" r. >Jf
sitive to various k. "..
substances-is the
Y cause of nearly one-
half of all the cases
of asthma. These
dishonest in
substances are (a) '
t --' wheat, oats, corn, f- !

rye, rice, peas, potatoes ( z
x beans, nuts, \ he" never
: .
YIIlfLw-OW'; ...... eggs, meat, milk, : : d
fish, oysters, lob- .
Dr Barton sters, crabs, beef, ;
know it'.
chicken; (b) sub- ;._. (,<- ghosts?
stances in the air from horses,
cats, cows, dogs, rabbits, guinea f 1 a i i I 11]I believe in
4- a ghost
pigs, chickens and geese (feather
pillows) ; (c) pollens such as rag- /f \ /oS -,-= him.
weed and timothy; (d) certain w I
drugs, sachets and perfumes. / / &

Other causes, not allergic, are 11 '/fir' ?
chronic bronchitis; disturbances of -
stomach, liver and intestine, heart 4 %
and kidney ailments. ? Do to you scream scold?
Copyright., W. N. U)
Breathing Exercises. and you feel
Although the treatment depends tonic, try
upon the cause and the above meth-
ods of relieving an attack are ef-_ has told an-
fective, the Asthma Research coun- ER with nature reliable build
cil of Great Britain, which super- and thus helps
vises research work in asthma at FI discomforts often ac

four large London hospitals, strongly I 1)ISCt disorders.to help YOU
advises all asthmatics to practice have written In
breathing exercises which not only from Pinkham'a
help to bring the barrel-shaped N J&l
asthmatic chest back to normal, but
also help to prevent asthmatic at-
tacks. N
to school
The exercises consist in breathingair .- .
in gently and in small amounts, .
and breathing the air out with all
the force possible."In .EY
an asthmatic attack the small E
air tubes become smaller in sizeas i '
a result of spasm of their muscu- DlQt
ji lar coat, and their lining manufac- 'OF
-' tures a tough mucous. In breath- THE
ing in these little air tubes are pulled
open and there is of course less ob O NESLa s not to
struction." R ER WHUT
The object of these exercises, co NERE !
which consist in breathing in gently' .
and breathing out "hard and long," -
is to empty the lungs. The asthmatic \

lungs already contain too much R '
air. ( the longer
i Leonar is
When Child Is Feverish.One C cures in .'
of the natural mistakes with

mothers make when a youngsterhas Cooling
a little rise in temperature is to E. .
give some fever reducing remedy, }
when, as a matter of fact, the body's Ted '
temperature has been raised in or- LOTION
der to fight off the ailment or hv STRONG
O'loughlin ,
fection. Of course, if the temperature 'ii' '
is unduly high, it should be -SO ctnlt ,
Joseph K. Calvin, Chicago, in 0'A ,

the Chicago Medical Society Bulle- -AMP HE'S GOT .. .
tin, states: I
aqua F.
"If the fever produces restlessness h e CtJST LAST WEEK
loss of appetite and other A WOMAN OVER
symptoms, or reaches 104 degrees NEXT STREET with
Fahrenheit, measures to reduce it NIDIN& BEHIND A Doctor
should be made. A rapid tub bathin F pANNY.1 it rheumatic for back-/

lukewarm water is much better COME'I Liniment I
than sponging, with far less expo- E rub aches
sure to the child. Wet, tepid, flannel use over 50
packs or jackets about the body, bottles.
or wet sheet packs including arms A,
and legs are good fever reducers,
if kept wet with tepid or cool water.
Such packs can be left on until the 28-38
desired reduction of temperature is TH
obtained. If a convulsion occurs,
relaxation can usually be securedin
in a tepid, not hot, tub bath followed -
by a wet pack and an ice E.
bag to the head." -
There are two or three other sug- R Them I
gestions by Dr. Calvin that should ARE You HOW "DO I to do >ft
SAFE ? WHERE GUESS is to keep the
prove of great help to mothers, wor- WHATt NE S- of an excess of
of living-lift
-ERE -
ried about the youngster's fever. H LIKE7 waste
LlKS ANY orr J
First, the youngster should be is remove to endure.from
kept in bed during the fever. Thereis to function as
always the chance that some E F I SHE is retention of
I IJ body-wide dis'
childhood infection is present and backache
the youngster's heart reserve must A r TNE HOUSE? r ,, of, dizziness
getting up nights swelling puffinessunder
be maintained.As the eyes-fed tired,nervous, all
the youngster has lost his appetite 'worn out.
Frequent scanty or burning passages
starch foods that he likes D may be further evidence of Kidney or
and plenty of liquidp should be bladder disturbance. treatments
The recognized and
given. The foods will keep up his S I Is a diuretic medicine; I to proper help the kidney I
strength and the liquids will help get rid of excess poisonous body waste.
use Doan't Pills. They have had more
rid the system of poisons and wastesby ByOsborne< than forty years of public approvaL Arc
endorsed the country over. tDoan' on
of the
way ,. Sold at all drug Btores.L .
:; "A daily movement of the bowels
.4,. is desirable and this can be accomplished P
by a mild laxative' such as ....WNU ,
p milk of magnesia


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Increase InContinued titioned the board that taxes be year. 11 Lot.6 Block 201 ___ E. J. Malone ...__ 3.90
Lot 11 Block 201 _._ l\I. B. Rothrock 3.9/
their which stands at 3.58
made equitable, that I same as Lot 20 Block 201 _.___._ Mrs. L. K. Muir ___ 3.90

------- be taxed according to value. He Governor Fred Cone has an- Lot 34 Block 201 __:.__:._?__....:.. l\I. Koenlgsburg __...--- 3.18
from ) Lot 1 Block 202 ________ George A. Heinz ____ 4,80
( page one stated further that the Collier in- nounced that there will 'be no increase Lot 4 Block 202 _.....___ Walter F. Carrie _._._._. 3.18
tax assessor to present next Tues- I Lot 5 Block 202 ._.___._ Walter F. Carrie _.._.:._ 3.18
the equalization board { terests in this county which he I in state tax on real estate Lot 10 Block 202 ___.__J__ Florence O'Meara .....___.? 3.J0
day when Lot 11 Block 202 ---1-__ .Irs. Frank C. Deagon 3.91)
don't what
also the
will meet again a revised tax represents care Live-Stock Sanitary board, three- Lot 12 Block 202 __.__ 1011's. Frank C. Deagon 3.90
out the increased valu- tax roll is, just so it is fair and eights mill for the State Prison Lot 13 Block 202 _ _. James J. Carroll __. 3.90 .
roll cutting
Lot 1 Block 203 ___._ A. Reinert ... 7.50
ation.D. equitable. fund, three-fourths for free text Lot 4 Block 203 _____ B. A. Doerk ._ 4.80Lot

Graham Copeland of Ever- Bearing out Copeland's estima- last year. 6 Block 203 _____._ D. G. Alston ___,.._ 4.80
Lot 11 Block 203 ____..__, F. 1V Iverson __?.__ 4.26
glades, representing the Gulf Coast tion of what some of the lands in Of this one mill goes to state Lot 17 Block 203'.._____._ Crumble Davis _.__.___ 5.1G

,Realities Corporation and Tamiami the south. and southeast end of school fund, one-half mill for State Lot 18 Block 203 _.____._ Julia SharkeY _._..._...__ 4.26
Lot 19 Block 203 ?.._....___ Mary KIng ___..._.._ 4.26
Land and Development company, Hendry county were worth, the books and one-half mill goes to Lot 20 Block 203 _,_____ Ella Kane _.?_...._.__.?.__ 4.2G
to protest increasein Hilliard brothers, cattlemen, were the pension fund. Last year rev- Lot 8 Block 204 ___.___ Anna E. Anderson ___._._ 5.70
was present any Lot 13 Block 204 __......__.___ EdwIn G. Boon ___.____ 3.90
valuation and to bring to their of the opinion that it takes 25 enue derived from this source Lot 2 Block 207 _..___.? Lillian H. Wright .?___ 3.5-1

attention what he termed the "un- acres to feed one cow 'on their amounted to nearly a million.- Lot 3 Block 207 -..:_._?_._ Charles \V. Wright .__._ 3.5-1
Lot 6 Block 207 .________M Helen 1'1. Hathaway _.' 3.5.1
fairness" of Hendry county's assess- I pasture which is six miles long LaBelle News. Lot 7 Block 207 _. ____ George M. Garber __.___ 3.51

ment methods and to plead for and two miles wide. t R. Roberts -- Lot J.1 Block 207 ____...._ A. B. Farnquist __. 3.5.1
Lot 19 Block 207 --'-_.--- Amelia D1.: Hall --.-- 3.18
equalized assessments.He I of Immokalee stated he was leas- Works Both Ways Lot 20 Block 207 ___ James F'. Carroll ___ 3.18

brought to the attention of ing 80,000 acres, part of it in this Lot 22 Block 207 _._...___ Marie Pavlik ___._,__ 3.18
If one man is as good as another, I Lot 23 Block 207 ._..__ ( Marie Pavlik ____.._,_ ".&2
the board Instances where he claims county and that it. required 20 then one man is as bad as another Lot 3 Block 208 .'\.___.____ '\V. A. Isaacs _._____.__ 2.46
to feed most of the Lot 4 Block 208 W. A. Isaacs .. .. 2.46
the wildest of wild lands, 25 miles acres a cow won't work two ---- -- -----
The theory ways. Lot 5 Block 208 ._____ W P. Dldlake _.__._ 2.4G
from a railroad and without a ,.. Lot 6 Block 208 ______ W P. Dldlake ...'_'___ 2.46

of kind ......................................... ........ .. I Lot 7 Block 208 ._._.__.__. Lawson Payne ....._._.__ 2.46
single improvement any ::: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :. : :";", :":":":":":":":":":": ':":":":":":":":":":"::\: Lot 8. Block 208 ___---:.-.- S. Hule ____..._______._ 2.46

roads, schools, etc., belonging to to
Lot 9 Block .208 _____' J. W. Hule .___.,.___:_ 2.46
the companies he represents are MEN Lot 10 Block 208 ___ ) J. W. Rule ._._?.__.._ 2.4"
evidently being assessed on the Lot 11 Block 208 _.____ ." John C. McCoy _____ 2.4G
valuation basis lands + + Lot 24 mock 208 ,.___ ; H. F. Bycroft .__.___ 3.18
same as Lot 25 Block 208 _____. Emma 'Villard __ 3.18
where there are improvements, neara :: Your Credit Is Good :: Lot 26 Block 208 _.___?_ Emma Willard _.,._____ 3.18
railroads. He % Lot 28 Block 208 ___ Miss Caroline Pavlik __ 3.18
highway and pe- .t Lot 29 Block 208 ...._..._.__ Miss Caroline Pavlik._ 3.18
Lot 29 Block 354 ____ Alice G. Rothrock .._...__ 3,18
:: Wear NEW Tailored Individual ::: Lot 32 Block 354 _..____.__.._ Jessie Barber __.__.._......_ 3.18
a Lot 33 Block 354 _.__._.__ J. K. Baler .___....____ 47.10
REPORT OF CONDITION"FIRST i Lot 1 Block 355 __._ _._."; John S. Banks _'_".____ 3.18
BANK OF CLUtt'IVl'ON :: Measure Suit While 'You Pay :i iy = Lot 23 Block 355 _______:_ Olaf Olsen _..._.._..__........__ 3.18
Lot 25 Block 355 _____...__ Bernard R. Payne _.._..._ 3.18'
yi Lot 27 Block 355 __'___ Frank Carey _.__..,._____ 3.18 .tl.
Report of Condition of FIRST BANK :i: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old :;: Lot 28 Block 355 _____. ; Mrs H. J. Warner _"__ 3.18
OF CLEWISTON of Clewiston. In the Lot 25 Block 356 ____.__ .': H. Burk ___________ 3.18
state of Florida at the close of :E;: Dependable Tailor Representative :i: Lot 26 Block 356 ___._ H. Burk ...__._._____. 3.18
business' on June 30, 1938. Lot 28 Block 356 __.___._ Julia L. Sharkey __. 3.18
y.. y Lot 39 Block 356 ___ Elmer G. Case __.L:...-__ 3.18
ASSETS Lot 40 Block 356 _,._--__ .. Elmer G. Case ______ '3.18
Cash, balances with other CHAS E. ,LEAR : Lot 41 Block 356 ____ Elmer G. Case ___._.___ 3.18
banks, and cash items in Lot 29 Block 357 ________ Anna M. Hopkins ..:..__ 3.90
process of collection .....$ 254,886.08 i Lot 30 Block ;357 _____ Anna l'L Hopkins __ 3.90
United States Government ::;:' Box 508 Clewiston Fla' ::;:: Lot 35 Block 357 ___ : E. C. Crofts ._______ 3.90
obligations, direct and x Lot 36 Block 357 .__.___ c E. C. Crofts _.___ 3.90
_.......__.. 76100.00 l Lot 3 Block 358 __.___.__' O. R. Schuler ____ 3.18
State fully county guaranteed and munici- :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:. Lots 15, 16 Block 358 ___ Mrs. E. A. Schult' _._' 27.30

pal obligations __._......._.._ 15480.00 Lot 17 mock 358 __.___ Mrs. E. A. Shutt _._._ 18.30
Loans and discounts ........_ 51809.61 Lot. 21 Block 358 _..':-"'__.._._ Anna J. Kuhlmann 3.90
Banking house owned furn- Lot 22 Block 358 ___._ N'. ..... Anna J. Kuhlmann _'__ 4.08
iture and fixtures _...._ 5177.84 Lot 31 Block 358 _?______. Seminole Drug Co. __._ 54.30
Other real estate owned ...?... 5389.01 NOTICENOTICE Let: 43 Block 358 ;..__._ "\.. Hilda Toenber _a-_..___. 3,18Lr
TOTAL ASSETS .._._...._..._$ 412,142.54 6 Block 359 __._____l Dr Samuel Fisher ___ 3.18
Lot 18 Block 360 ____._:.- : \I. W Young' .______ 3.18
LIABILITIES nod CAPITAL Lot 19 Block 360 _.__.__ ., '. 1'1. W. Young .______._ 3.18
Deposits of individuals described Lot 25 Block 360 _____ D. J. 'Voss ...._.___._._ 3.18
is that the lands
partnerships, and corpora-' hereby given following or as Lot 4 Block 361 ______ Cora A. Keller .___._ 3.18
tions: much thereof as. will be necessary. to 'pa'y the amount due for taxes Lot 8 Block 361 .______,. O. C. Bryan _____.__. 3.18

Demand deposits _'_"'__". 260971.35 herein set opposite to the same, together with the costs of such sale r.('Its 23. 24 Block 3:1(: ._..._ .. Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins 252.30
Other time deposits _.____. 57,00. be sold auction the Tot 5! Block 361 ..........._..__..:3.. E Mrs. 1'.nna 1\I. Hopkins.. 3.54
and at first
United States Government advertising, will public on day of Lot 26 Block 361 ............._.__ Mrs. Anna 1\1' Ho..kins_ 3.501
and postal savings deposits August, 1938. beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of Lot 27 Flock 361 ...........____.. : '. Mrs. Anna lit. JTopklns, 3.54

_._._..._.._......._...-...._._. 10000.00 the City of Clewiston, Florida. Lot 28 Block 3fa .__.._...._ .' '. ;; Mrs. Anna \f. Hopkins_ 3.54
State county and muni- R. Y. PATTERSONTAX Lot 29 Block 361 _............,_.'; .. 'Mrs. Anna M. Hopklns._ 3.54

...._._._....... 99.711.6D '.' :
cipal deposits COLLECTOR, CITY OF, CLEWISTON Lot 30 Block 3r.1 _............_.....}. .; k : 1\11'3. Anna \T. HOT\ins._ 3.18
Certified and officer'schecks Lot 31 Block 3Rt ......................:._ "';'. alts. Anna 1\(. TIopklns. 3.18
letters of credit Lot 32 Block 31i1 ______..__ '. )lr8. Ann M. Hopkins_ 3.18
and travelers' checks sold H Lot 20 Block 362 _...._?___...._' .-" Adolph Tishler ......._._._._ 3.90
for cash and amountsdue AMOUNT Lot 21. mock :362 ._..._.._.._. .,' Adolph Tishler __..._. 3.90
to Federal Reserve DESCRIPTION: O M H Lot 30 Block 362 __._.......__?"' ..' N. B. O'Kelley ____ 3.90
bank (transit account. 248.68 ........... I. _. !
OF LAND Lot 32 Block 362 __... .. .' Mrs Rena F. Jacobi 3.l0
TOTAL DEPOSITS 370988.63 fij; 8. S AND COSTS hot 36 Block 362 ____.L..._.: .; .: 1Ilrs. y. E. Jacobs ____ 5.70
Dividends declared but not .:: yet payable ....__._.._...__ 750.00 : rot 1-1 Block 313 .__.....__._.:a' ';. W. H. Griffiths ?.__..._.._ 3.36 '
Other liabilities ?_..._____. 9.41 55 H K < Lot 24 Block 363 .__....._....._. :. J'I ,; Mrs. F. A. fchult:; _._.__._ 20.10
TOTAL LIABILITIES r'. \ Lot 1 Block 367 ._.._..._.__._ .t' ,-.:. ; .- 1'lrs. F.. A. Schult .._..._.. 45.30 .
EXCLUDING CAPITAL Lot 1 Block 6 50 ft. & 115" Lot 2 Block 367 _....___.._,..._. '. ,. Mrs. E. A. chult .___._?_ 25.50
ACCOUNT _......._.....___.____$ 371748.07 ft. off S. end ._____.__ : First Bank of Clewiston 72.60 Lot 3 Block 367 ___:..__.._.-ii-, ". ,_ : Mrs. Fo. A. Schult __ 14.70 '(4
.._____. .... ...___ ; .._._ 14.70
account S 85 ft. off __ Lot 4 Block 367 ___ : a :- -.:; .... ,; '. ) Mrs E. A. Schult
Capital :and Lot 9 Block 9 N 60 ft off ...... Alston Dru g''- Co. ._..__...__.. 33.00 Lot !9 I Block 367 ......__....-...:....:, ,.". '. /41 "- O. N. Benson .___...:...._ 2.46
Capital stock and Lot 1 Block 17 ___....?L_..._..._ .....' Anna M. Hopkins ........... 3.90 Lot 13 flock 367 ___......_..::_' ; vc' E. W Hathaway ..._,.,..__ 2.82
capital notes Lot -2 Block 17 _.__.,__..._..__ Anna M. Hopkins _..'_'.. 3.90 Lot 16 Block 367 ......__.:...___... f.. ." 1\Irs. E. A. Rchult __... 90.30
debentures __ $15,000.00Surplus Lot 10 Block 20 ____?.,,_N.. R. E.' Kurtz __.M...__.._?,._ 4.80 Lot 17 Block ::11i7 .:............:..._...;\,1.- Milan A. Farah .__.___ 2.82
__.____ 20.000.00Undivided Colt's Inc. _._. ........_.__. :... L. .___._.____ 2.82
Lot 30 Block 23 ____............._._ --- M 6,60 Lot 19 Block 367 ____ N.. ', D. Voss
pro- Lot 31 Block 23 ......_._.__.......... Colt's Inc. -.__.,___.____. 6.60 Lot 22 Block ::67:: _....?..__._,_ Stanley McCorkle _?_'_ 2.82
fits ___"."'_'__ 5394.47 Lot 32 Block 23 ....?:.._._.?_..;;. Colt's Inc. __'___._._..--,._ 6.fiO Lot 24 Block 369 I,. 1\1. Harding ___ 3.90
Total capital account._.. 40,394.47 Lot 23 Block 26 _._......__ B.V., Jenks. Sr __.....___ 4.80 Lot 25 Block 369 .-----1-._._._.._:..__' '' 'I' :, Guy Pearl _..,_._...._.__._._ 3.90
TOTAL LIABILITIES &:; Lot 24 Block 26 _......._.... :..___: '. B.V.. Jenks., Jr. __..__ 4.80 Lot 26 Block 31':9': __::._? 'c' : L. M. Hardi.ng .______ 3.90 ,...-_
CAPITAL __'__",___"_. _..$ 412.142.54 Lot 25 Block 26 _._..._..__.S= ', B. W. Jenks Jr. ___.__ 4.80 Lot 33 lock 369 .._.__-4 ..;; ,"' ,. John 1\r. Spies _.--- 3.90 t()
On' date of report the required Lot 26 Block 26 _,__..._.._....?.1 : B. W.' Jenks. Jr. ._____ 4.RO Lot 34 Block 3R9 .._.__.,:..._.. '. .< ; : .: .. Elmer G. Case __.___., 3.90 -
legal reserve against deposits of this Lot 27 Block 26 ..........:.._.__._? B. W. Jenks Sr. _...__._ 4.80 Lot :35 Block 369 1 _?_..._..__?..:: :.:' j Elmer G. Case __._.___ 3.90
' bank was $74.177.72. Assets reported Lot 28 Block 26 ......_......__._.,._ ,. B. W. Jenks Sr. _..__.... 4.80 Lot 18 Block 370 _.....__._. ..:;,.' Bertha A. Taylor _?__ 3.00
above which were eligible as legai Lot 29 Block 26 .?....._._?____ B. W. Jenks. Sr. ___..__ 4.80 Lot 38 Block 370 ___...._............ .'. Ethyl I. Button _._.._._ 3.90
amounted to 34676608. Lot 30 Block 26 ......._.....___.___. "... B.V.. Jenks, Sr. _.__.___ 4.80 Lot 15 Block 372 .....?.__._.__. ; Cornelius Bodthe "._'_ 2.4R
This bank's capital is represented Lot '1 Block 27 _._.____ .! Anna M. Hopkins ....__...;._. 5.70 Lot 10 mock 377 ......__.__._ .b. '.._ I Mrs. Frank C. Deag-on 2.82
150 shares of common stock' par Lot 2 Block 27 ..y.._....._.._._.w' Anna M. Hopkins .._,..__ 5.70 J.ot 13 Blocl77 ___._._.___ R. C. 1'\owllng __..___.__ 3.54
by share. Lots 3, 4" Block 27 ___"_ '. -.' The Bromar Corp. _.._.._ 108.30 Lot 14 Block 377 _.......?__._ R. C. Nowling ??..___:__._ 3.54
$100.00 per Lot 19 Block 27 ?.._.?____ The Bromar Corp. _.__._ 5.70 Lot 15 Block 377 _:........._._._ R. A. Lilley _.._..____ 3.6-1
MEMORANDA Lot 20 Block 27 __.___._L._ ; .j' The Bromar Corp. _._.... 5.70 Lot 31 Block 377 __.__._.__ G. C.- Voss __....._______ 2.10
Pledged assets (except Lot 24 Block 27 ._.__.._.._... ; .! Walter Cox ...__.____,_._ 3.90 Lot 32 Block 377 _..._.,?.- :Mrs. Mary E. Moon ___ 2.10
real estate), rediscounts Lot 27 Block 27 ___........_::.. Elmer G. Case _..__.__ 3.00 Lot 33 Block 3.77 .___...___ '. '.. f.. Mrs. Mary E. Moon __ 2.10
and securities loaned: Lot 28 Block 27 ___.......:.,__ Elmer G. Case ...____ 3.00 Lots 14, 15 Block: 378 _,__' I, Wllbur Goff -:..__._ 18.30
U. S. Government obli- Lot 29 Block: 27 _.__._._.___ '. ..' .. Elmer, G. Case ___.____ 3.00 Lot 19 Block 378 _._.____ '.." .::" B & 13 Cash (Grocery Co. 29.10
gations direct and fully Lot 30 Block 27 ____. _..__ ... .... .;.t Elmer G. Case ..._...___ 3.00 Lot 20 Block 378 ____'_ '., Alston Drug Co. __ 29.10
to Elmer G. Case _.. __..__ 3.00 : -' Otto H. Schuler _.,___ 2.46
guaranteed pledged Lot 31 Block 27 _.- :.__ : ? Lot 4 Block 381 _____ '. .
secure deposits and oth- Lot 2 Block 136 _.:..___( ...._.:. "" Walter R. Tweedy _._' 3.90 Lot 5 Block 381 __..._ _....:..,.. '. .' s.\f. Paulson __._._ 2.46
er liabilities __......_.____... 66500.0 Lot 15 Block 138. w._____ '" '"t" C. E. Shaw _.._.,. ___..._ 3.00 Lot 10 Block 383.?_,... __ ';:.,-(" '..< C. E. Stedman _.._____ 2.10
TOTAL _._..___.___...._.._..._ 66,500.0f: Lot 4 Block 139 ................._....._... >. 'a E. M. Petterson .__.__....._ 4.26 Lot 11 Block 383 .__--..--.-.:. .: : '. .. C. E. Stedman _._._......._ 2.10
Secured and preferred lia- Lot 6 Block: 139 ...._...__._._...._ Mrs. A. S. Rothrock _.__ 5.70 Lot 13 mock 385 ....._..__..__..._- ;. "rx,: '" Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
bilities: Lot 12 Block 139 _._._..._.._.._ Cora A. Keller ..._......_... 4.62 .:: : .; 'i.?;' Robert J. Olsen __._.__ 7.80 ,
Deposits secured by pledged Lot 13 Block 139 ..._......_...:......:. E.I' J. Keller ..... ..............__ 4.62 .
assets pursuant to Lot 9 Block 141 _.__.___.._?___ Margaret Klick '_'''_''_M' 3.90 Lot 14 Block 385 ._.....____..?_ ,.k': \ Mrs L. O. Holdsworth
requirement of law ..._. 66,500.0r Lot 10 Block 141 ........._?_.._... Anna Pavllck ".'__,'_''._ 3.90 y ,,;C.;. & Robert J. Olsen .... 7.80
Elmer G. Case ______ 4.80 __,, ...__ Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth
Deposits preferred under Lot 11 Block 141 ___._____ Lot 15 mock 385 :: '.. .
of law but Lot 15 Block 146 ....__.:....._... Sadie O'Mehra ?.___?.. 3.90 ', ,' .,- & Robert J. Olsen __ 7.80
provisions Lot 10 Block 151 _._...__.::..._ Elmer G. Case ?,..___ 3.90 Lot 16 Block 385 ,___":_, .. ':. Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth
not secured by pledge Elmer G. Case ......_.___ 4.80 .. & Robert J. Olsen __. 7.80
Lot 11 Block 151 __ t ""
.__......._._._._.__... 35,211.f .
'of assets
Lot 12 Block 151 .._..?_.._.__. Elmer G. Case ____...._.._ 3.90 Lot 17 Block 385 _____.._.._ : '. ." Mrs. L. 0 Holdsworth
_....___.....___.._ '
TOTAL $101,211.6'I Lot 13 Block 151 ..._...._.::__ ,- Elmer G. Case _?__M...__ 3.54 & Robert J. Olsen 22.20
Elbert L. Stewart, of the above Lots 1, 2, 3, Block 152 _. 'J G. L. Espenlaub ._...__...._ 54.30 Lot 5 Blk 390 N of Arco 5t '. 'c. U. S. Sugar ""__'___ 4.80
named bank, do solemnly swear tha Lot 4 Block 152 ._............._....._._ ". First Bank of Clewiston 18.30 Lot 2 Block 396 __..__._._.__ \ .. '. Jessie L. Kinderling ___ 1.74
the above statement is true and tha' Lots 5, 6. 7, Block 152 __ .. "H. Etherton _._.....___..._ 39.90 Lot 4 Block 403 _.._____. :.''; ,' .' c. E. Olin ._____. 1.74Lot
.it fully and correctly represents th Lot 8 Block 152 ___._._.._. :. G. E. Etherton '_"_'_ _"_. 7.50 15 Block 403 ___?_.,_ -' ,r' W E. Chenot _.____.___ 2.10
true state of the several matter Lot 9 Block 152 __._.? -_ G. E. Etherton ...?_.__ 7.50 Lot 11 Block 410 _:,_'__ .' Anna 1\1. Hopkins' __ 2.46
herein contained and set forth to th : Lot 2 Block 411 __._... .: Anna l\I. Hopkins ___._ 2.10
best of my knowledge and belief. Lot 11 Block 152 _,_1___ First Bank of Clewiston 7.50 Lot 4 Block 411 ___.?_; L. B. Ecllund ___ 2.46
ELBERT L. STEWART. Lot 12 Block '152 ____......_...... First Bank of Clewiston 7.50 Lot 5 Block 411 _...._...:..-_'.- ;. A. G. Farnqulst __.__ 2.46
Lot Block 156 35' off S side First Bank of Clewiston 40.20 Lot 6 Block 411 .._.?___..__._ ., L. L. Lynn ....__.___ 2.46
Correct.-Attest: Lot 4 Block 156 ._._._._.__ .--' C. C. Klutts _.._.__..._ 7.50 Lot 7 Block 411 _.___--..__, Anna M. Hopkins ?__ 2.46
John S. CottrellC. E'Lot 5 Block 156 ..__ C. C. Christian ___. 18.30 .-.
?? Lot 9 Block 411 __._.__ \: George Wiebe ____ .82
V. Parkinson Directoi Lot 7 Block 156. _.._, .._.._____ George A. Heinz ___ 7.50 Lot 11 Block 412 -.--.-?..- .. L. H.. Schuck: ___"___ __ 2.10
C. L. Downs Lot 24 Block 156 -..__._...__._ Robert George '__"_-'?_ 59.70 Lot 12 Block 412 _________ .' J... H. Schuck ___ 2.10
State of Florida County of Hendr;. Lot 1 Block 159 _.__._._..__?.., Theo. Gottliebt ...__<.__ 3.18 Lots 14, 15. 16 Block 412 _'_? .. ; G. E. Etherton __.._..._._ 2:1.: n
Sworn to and subscribed before mi Lots 1, 2 Block 161 ___-.._.? C. R. & D. Corp or Lot 21 Block 412 -_._._....-_4- \t'V.. G. Ames .....-_.. __........ 3.,90!'I
this 9th day July. 1938. and I her eb; E. M. Cornette ?_??._..._ 5.10 Lots 26. 27 Block -112 .?._._. .. .: __ Mabel Francis ..__.___ 3.0
certify that I am not an officer o.; Lots 3, 4 Block 161 ___._ C. R. & D. Corp orE Lots 1. 2 Block 414 ,...._..___ : Royal Lumber Co. ._..._ 32,70
director of this bank. M. Cornette _...._.?_,. 4.20 Lot 40 Block 415 ._._......._..._. I.... M. Harding _,......._?,..._ 2.46
(SEAL) E. J. Shelley. Notary PublLSAFETY Lot 6 Block 161 ....._....._.__._._. > George Crowder __,_.:.._ 2.10 Lot 21 Block 417 .__..._.:_?.._ ; Ida L. Curtis ___...____._.. 3.13
Lot 7 Block 161 .._._..__..__........ George Crowder __....?._.._ 2.10 Lot 22 Block 417 .._-_.._.... Ida L. Curtis _.._..,........_..._. 3.18
Lot 2 Block 162 __..,.,?.,__ Mrs. J. E. ederick __ 3.18 Lot 15 Block 418 ....._.__..._.._ '- .I A. C. Nelson ?_._...._...__ 3.11J
Lot 6 Block 162 "_"_'''_'.'__ J. C. Windheim _'.__M_ 3.18 Lot 16 Block 418 ......?._._._..__ .. A. 'C. Nelson _.__.._._........_ 3.tS
Lot 12 Block 162 ...._.__..__.__. Ruth R. Beardsley __ 5.70 Lot 17 Block 418 .....____._. A. C. Nelson ____.....____ 3.18
Lot 15 Block 163 _?._._..___ ,. E. L. Alston __"""_"__ 22.80 Lot 18 Block 418 "'_'___'_ A. C. Nelson _._:......_.__ 3.18
Lot 5 Block 167 _......_______ Herbert Goldstein __ 3.90 Lot 19 Block 418 ...._..____ A. C. Nelson L_._._.._._ 3.18
Lots 35. 36 Block 167 '::____ T. B. Shelley _..._.__.__ 27.30 Lot 19 mock 422 _?_..__ Hollis Lanier ',___.._._._._ .. 3,13
umIm1Nn Lot 1 Block 169 ...._.._.__,__,- Beryl Bowden _.__._, 9.30 Lot 20 Block 422 .. Hollis Lanier .. .. 3.18
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Lot 8 Block 170 .___"-......_..._ Victor Baron _.__,_..___ 3.90 Lot 21 Block 422 _-..__?___._ Hollis Lanier ;____.._._ 3.18
i Lot 9 Block 170 ....____.__ :.... Victor Baron ___._j 3.90 I Lot 22 Block 422 _.._____ Hollis Lanier __.___._ 3.18 ........
Lot 12 Block 171 .___.:....._ Leslie, E. Kemp ?___ 5.34 Lot 23 Block 422 _.__.?__ H@llIs Lanier _.._....,_.?.._ 3.13 .
Lot 14 'Block 171 ....____._ Jennie E. Barber .__ 5.31 Lot 24 Block 422 __.____ b Hollis Lanier ._._..__.__._ 3.18 .
Lot 26 Block: 171 ..._..__........_ \. Rebecca Lutz ...__.._..__ 5.34 Lot 27 Block 422 ""____"__ Elmer n. Case: ....,._..__...._ 3.18
Lot 3 Block 172 ,..._.....__..__..., E. M. Cornette .___?..._ 4.26Lot Lot 28 Block 422 ___..._ Elmer G. Ca e' _.._.....__._ 3.90
7 172 .......____..._ E. C. Cole ._....,.__. _,__ 4.26
"'oO ?? Lot 1 Block 423 __.____.__._ Adolph Tishler _..__...:.. ..._ 3.90
Lot 11 Block 172 ?.._..___' Mrs. J. E. Frederick._ 4.62 Lot 23 Block 423 __..._.__..._ Fred A. Cleland ._____ 3.18
Lot 1 Block 173 ........_____ G. H. & Frances-Small 6.78 Lot 24 Block 423 ._____..,_._ Fred A. Cleland ..__.....__ 3.18
THE OF- Lot 21 Block 173 __..___.._ L. M. Harding .....__.._.?...... 5.70 Lot 25 Block 422 __._...._.....__ Unknown ........__.._....._.._....._._ 3.] 8
Lot 23 Block 173 ...._.._.____ W. G. Ames _........................._._ 72.30 Lot 26r lock 423 ,____..,_..._ Unknown ...__.. ........_...... ..._._ 3.18
SAVINGS Lot 24 Block 173 ____.__.?_ C. E. Shaw ......_.._._._....._.. 6.60 Lot 28) 'QCI 423 _..__.__..l..,_.... Elmer G. Case ._...?__......._ 3.18
Lot 6 Block 175 .._._.____.._ Minerva D. Sharder _.._... 3.18 Lot 29 'n..ock 423 _.._._...__.._"._ Elmer G. Case _......._.. ... ... 3.18
Share ACCOUNTSas Lot 1 Block 176 .....______.... Conrad Thorp ._..__...,.____ 2.75 Lot 35 Block 446 _._-....._... Jordan Filers ..._._..... .... _.. .
Lot 2 Block 176 ...,...____.__ J. V Shasry ........_........,?... 3.90 : .N ?

as all liberal profits Lot 3 Block: 176 .____._ Mrs. V. E. Jacobs ..._.__._, 3.90 Lot 36 Block 416 ...._.._._?___ Jordan: Eilers .__..._.._..... ....., 4,80 t .
Lot 4 Block 176 ._'''_'''_'___ Allen E. Heyson ._......._. 3.90 Lot 10 Block 453 _....__,.._,. Lilyan R Cool ......_.._..._... 3:90: J
earned by them are fully hot 6 Block 176 ....._;._...._.._.. J. Clinton Moorman .._ 3.90 Lot 11 Block 453 ._._.__._._ Lilyan S. Cook ........__......., 3.90.
Lot 8 Block 176 _,_._.___ Victor J, Robins. Sr. _._ 3.90 Lot 12 Block 453 ...____ Lilyan S. Cook ........__.._ .. 3.90
Lot 21 Block 176.'_'_'_.__'_'_ Gustave C. Voss _.....oO_..__ 3.90 Lot 13 Block 453 _..__.__...._ J..llyan S. Cook ...._...-..._.f._ 3.90
INSURED Lot 22 Block: 176 _....___........._ Ruth R. Beardsley ._.___ 3.90 Lot 14 mock 453 .._..__.__.__ Lil'nn R Cook .....____..__ 3.90
Lot 23 Block 176 .._....__.._......_ D.T.. Johnxtonc _..._....??._ 3.90 Lot 15 mock 453 ,._'_"_'_00_.'_'_ Lilyan S. Cook .._...._.__.._ 3.90
UP TO ISOOO FOA EACH ACCOUNT Lot 24 Block 176 ?._N.?____._ A. V. nri
Lot 28 Block 176 _._ _.__...._ E. W. llathnwny .............__. 3.35 Lot 12 Block 495 __._.._---... Ruth n. Beardsley __ 9.30
Lot 30 Block 176 _._?_ __ James F. Costello .........___ 3.30 Lot 13 Block 495 .,___.,__._ Ruth R. Beardsley _.._.. 9.3Q
Clewiston Federal Lot 36 Block 176 _.."...._' __" I' Ruth R. Boardsley .._...__ 3.90 I..ot 14 Block 495 ___...__ Claude L. Becket _...___ ,3.18
Lot 6 Block 195 ....._ .._.__......_ Walter Jurscll ..._.._.._._ '3.90 Lot 15 mock 495 .?._..M_.__..__. Annie I... Marshall ...__.... '3,13
Lot 10 Block 195 _..,? __._ Janet J. Stockbriilge ...... 3.90 Lot 16 mock 495 __,___..__ Tulle Pa.vllk -.. _..._..__ 2:46:
Savings and Loan'Association Lot 23 Block 196 __N.?____ Chas. W. Kocnnn ..._?.__.... 4.80 Lot 9 mock 498 ___ l\Iarv C. Simms ..........,_._.,._ 2.10
; 498 _.___. G.V. ....._.._. _
Lot 4 Block 196 ___ Thomas B. Hall __-:....._. 3.90 Lot 10 Block Fuquay _,. w 2.10
\. Lot I 6) Block 196 _._.._ __ Blanch Dean ._..._......,,_.._ 3.90 Lot 15 Block 498 NN--N Edith TaYlor .._."...._.,_.._.. 2.10 '"
N Lot 7 Block 505 ..._ ... Mrs L. O. Holdsworth 1.20
I Lot 20 Block 196 George F. Terrell ..._.._ 6.70 --- i.
Lot 4 flock 301 YIINNY/NN NNnwn.N.w 11NW/ ClKflln Garit ._......-.?_._..- aDO I Lot 14 Block 50S ........................... r D1rs. E. C. Dawson ......... 1.20
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