The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00698
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 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: UF00028415:00698
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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FORT MYERS GROUP CONSTRUCTION OF Engineers Office To TemporarilyA District New $28,000 Commissary


group of five key men from _

GOOD WILL VISIT VILLAGE BEGINSFoundation the Clewiston Engineer sub-office ..
have been -- -
assigned J.o temporary I
duty in Jacksonville and will leave Dry Weather Does To Be Located Just
Close to fifty business men of < work was started this for the district office in that city 1 -1

Fort Myers travelling in a Tamiami week for a new Townsite laborer's immediately I Little Damage To Cane! West Of Sugar '

Trail Tours bus, private cars and village which is expected this seas- To them will go the task of i I .

in the 40 and S locomotive of the on to accomodate at least fifteen designing and drawing up plans House i
families and will be added to os Cloudy skies and a few scattered .
Fort Myers American Legion Post and specifications for the electrical
arises. The showers the latter part of the
necessity new villageis I
moved into Clewiston shortly after and machinery operating equipment
I week leads to the belief that the
located mile north anda
four o'clock Tuesday afternoon and a which will be the next contract to Chalk.er and Lund, West "Palm
half mile east of the dry weather which has held on
visited for an hour or more with boundaryof be let on the St. Lucie locks. The : Beach contractors, began foundation
the Harlem village and is almost through August and has caused a
I ,Clewiston business men in next to purpose Jf doing this work in I excavation the first of this week
,. north of the Plantation deficiency in rainfall of between
the last stop in a two-day good I directly Jacksonville is' to place the men in for a new $28,000 commissary warehouse -
ten and fifteen inches since -the first
Machine The
will tour. From Clewiston the shops. carpentry close touch with electrical equip- I for the United States Sugar
work is in charge of Fred Hend- I of the year, is ending and farmers
group continued on to LaBelle I ment houses in order that they Corporation which will be located
riksen. just preparing land for truck crops
where they made the final stop be- may benefit from all informationto I just west of the sugar house. The
The work at consists of will benefit from the rainfall.
fore continuing on to their homes. present be derived concerning various contract time for completion is
I Rumors that the in the
single cane
fifteen houses built
1. The tour was sponsored by the family ; types of electrical equipment. It sixty days from last Monday, Aug-
or"oth plantations of the United States
-? Lee County Chamber of Commerceand according to the standard r is expected that they will be a away ust 29.The .
villages in the plantations of the Sugar Corporation has been damaged -
was headed by Mayor Dave approximately ninety days. I dimensions of the
United States Sugar Corporation.Four to some extent and faces considerable buildingare
Shapard and the president of the Members of the group are, G. sixty by hundred
toilets btiilt anda damage with a continua- one and forty
C of C, Sydney Davis. I are being D. Smith, senior draftsman, L. / feet with the side
five-room foreman's home and tion of dry weather for a few more facing the
Many members of the Clewiston garage. The village will face on L. Ingram, junior engineer, W. C. weeks is said to be without founda- north. It will contain two office
E. Amrein, Jas. M. Sawyer and J. I
Chamber of Commerce were way on Drainage Canal No.5. I tion. The cane roots go deep rooms located in the front centerof
vacation but Dave G. Alston, presi- U. Owens. They will return to the the building of _
Heretofore Townsite village and I I after water and just as it will one which is
dent and E. E. Kelly were on Clewiston office immediately upon i stand considerably more wet weather 15x20 feet and the other 15x40.
Harlem have been one and the
hand to greet the visitors and I the conclusion of this special assignment Toilets will be constructed
same but in the future the new jl than other crops will also with- east
show them the principal points of to work on plans and of the offices.
I village will be known as Townsite stand drought for long periods. There will be two
interest. Their most _cordial welcome j village. specifications for the lock spill While growth may have been retarded storage rooms, 31 x 21 and 15 x 20
was at the Clewiston Inn way. ,I I and a special
I, Construction of the new villageis to some extent by dry weather -I air-tight flour and
where Mrs. Claude L. Downs took under the general supervisionof i it is a condition which is said fumigating room in the southwest

the men on a tour of the new hotel I W. C. Prewitt.It to be not at all alarming. corner 20x30. The remainder) of

and then served refreshments.It has been deemed advisableby : HERRING URGES ALL More concern ,is felt in ,some the building will be one large room

was a genial, group and a feel officials of the Corporation to quarters that torrential rains will for general storage.The .

ing of good will vas created for come in September and Octoberto height of the building clearto
build this new village due to the
the West Coast city wherever they over-crowded condition at present STUDENTS! IN HIGH make up the deficiency in rain- the trusses will be twelve feet

stopped. On Monday they had I prevalent in Harlem. fall which remains pretty much i and on three sides the walls will

made a tour of the communities SCHOOL TO REGISTERB. the same every year regardless of :, be built six feet of concrete block

along' the Trail south of Fort Myer POTATO DISTRIBUTION conditions. Floods in. the early construction with windows the remaining -

and on Tuesday had started early fall when crops are just being six feet. Along the westside

and gone to Arcadia where they, Distribution of potatoes by surplus E. Herring, principal of the planted may do more damage than there will be a ,solid concrete

had lunch. The next stop was commodity department, WPA will be ,Clewiston schools for the coming the drought. block wall. Truscon Security type

Moore Haven where they were wel- held in Clewiston Tuesday afternoon.I term requests every high school warehouse windows will be used
comed by business men in a Commercial f throughout. Thereinforced concrete -
student to see him in his officeat

1iIt..,. Club delegation and en- the school house during the FEDERAL COURT I floor will be built 'four feet
; v tertaiued with, a bicycle parade, a above the ground line. '
CLEWISTON TAKES ,coming week. for_ registration, ? .and
.trio of judges from the group arrangment- of schedules" which ,will' I r I..:,:At,the rear of, the building.. !HIi. <:
awarding prizes to the best decora- STOPS be constructed a driveway which will "
permit school work to go ahead i
ted bicycles.. They visited the government TWO GAMES BY without interruption when school I INJUNCTIONj be of the same general constructionas

locks before coming on the remainder of the building.It .
week from
opens a Monday, September AGAINST FENCINGJudge
to Clewiston. 12.Members. I will be 27 x 36 feet with a 27
Following their visit in Clewiston SHUTOUT SCORESClewiston foot clear opening at the rear in
of the various classes!I I
the group went to LaBelle and Alexander Akerman in order that two and possibly threeI
, will observe the following dates I
landed their in a rainstorm. Not the United States District Court of the large 27,000 pound capacity
L continued In her winning .for registration: Seniors on Mon
to be outdone by the weather, the in Jacksonville Wednesday ruledj I semi-trailer trucks may be accomo-
- stride Sunday to take two day and Tuesday, Juniors on Wed-
welcoming committee took the group j that flood control levees along the dated at one time. A steel slid-
games from Okeechobee shut- nesday, Sophomores Thursday
I ,by on
to the courthouse and enjoyed a shores of Lake Okeechobee1 are ing grill will be used as an opening -
out scores of 7-0 and 3-0 while Pa- and Freshmen on Friday.
short period of speechmaking and I II i under federal jurisdiction and as to this driveway. Between the
good fellowship before the tour! hokee was losing another shutoutto Mr Herring also points out that such are not subject to state court driveway and the main storage
where I Canal Point by a score of 4-0 the same rule in regard to a child
continued back to Myers I proceedings.The room will be two 12 x 10 vertical.
,it was pronounced a decided suc- which leaves Clewiston in second entering school will be observedthis I ruling was made in halting rolling steel doors.

cess. I place by one game as the seasonof year as in the past. No child i efforts of cattlemen to restrain the The roof of the building will be

R the Everglades Baseball League may enter the first grade who is U. S. Army Engineers from build- of corrugated Transite roofing

Construction Began comes to a close. not six )'eai-s of age or whose sixth I ing fences along certain portions made by the Johns-Manville company '

I' "Hooky" Avant pitched another birthday will not occur prior to ', of the levee to prevent cattle from on steel trusses. The floor

On Modern BungalowPaul one-hitter in the opener which was December 31 of this year. Birth I'! grazing on the levee. These sec- will be of reinforced concrete,

called at the end of seven inningsby certificates .,;will be required where' tions were on property turned over, approximately six inches in thick-

I agreement and the team played there is'an' ': question of the child's i;jto the Okeechobee Flood Control j ness and will be poured in twenty

Bussey began constructionthe errorless ball behind his splendid age but ample time will be given !!j District under easement deeds by foot squares. The floor will rest
first of this week on a modern pitching. Clewiston 'batterscol- parents of children born outside j j the Lykes Brothers of Tampa and on a 'securely packed sand fill and

five-room bungalow for E. E. Kelly I lected eleven hits off Stratton, the the county to write for a certificate I'! the Tennant, Land Company of, 1\Ii-1 (Continued on page eight)

which is located a short distance Okeechobee hurler, many of them before the child is ejected from the I ami. I

west on Osccola Street from the I for extra bases. school; room. At any time during! The cattlemen were granted an ToCelebrate
corner of Osceola and Circle Drive. I "Lefty" Baker went in the night the 'coming week, Mr. Herring 'says, I'' injunction in circuit. court last i Boy .

'j" It is about half a block distant cap to take over the mound dutiesof a parent, may enroll first grade;'I week by Circuit Judge Geo. W. Birthday

from the school house. I the local team. While he was pupils. He will maintain office ( Whitehurst at Fort Myers and at
The cost of the house is expected nicked for several hits he kept them hours from 8:30 to 4:00 throughout I once the case was taken to federal

to be in the neighborhood of well scattered and at no time was the week. I (Continued on page 8) I II Scout Executive J. A., Gaskin,

$5,000 but construction details on there a great deal of danger in Text books have been received) I of Bradenton, has notified Scout

the interior of the house have not his giving up a run. Meanwhilethe and Mr. Herring has been at work ,I SCHOOL HOARD MEETING master L. C. Rosenberg and each

been entirely 1 settled upon and the local hitters continued their sorting and repairing these books I I Chas. E." Miner, Clewiston member of the registered scouts in Clewis-

figure may run higher. barrage of base hits at the expense. in preparation for the school open-.I of the Hendry County Board ton that.a. troop birthday party
The house will contain two bed of, Lott and Stratton for Okeecho- The building is being cleaned
I I of Public Instruction, stated this will be held at the scout house next
rooms, a spacious living room, \ (Continued on page 8) thoroughly and when the bell lings i I I week that a meeting of the board Wednesday night. Parents are also -

dining room and kitchen and bath. to summon the children to their in LaBelle. invited to attend.Mr. .
ENGINEERS PREPARING I(I would be held Saturday
A screened porch will be cons.truct- rooms on the morning of Sept. week
I RIGHT-OF-WlAY PLATS I The most important item of business Rosenberg stated this
ed on the east side and a small 12 everything should be in readiness -('I to come before the board, Mr. that he is in the dark as muchas

terrace either tiled or of concrete I Several additional topographic for the opening of the new ['Miner said, would be the presenta- the boys concerning the party
,will be built at the front entrance. draftsmen and have been term. and mem-
surveyors I I tion of a petition to the circuit Mr..Gaskin plans every
, The walls will be of brick veneer. I j I I placed at work at the U. S. Engineer I I court for the validation of the Clew- ber is expected to be on hand for.

; .. !l i office this week in the preparation Herring Speaks At ['iston school bonds. [the affair. '

. )IIS. F. DEANE DUFF HAS I of filing plats and descriptions t Eleven boys were present at

: GAUD OF 84 IX GOLF I,j of all rights-of-way on the Okee- Kiwanis Meeting I|r NELSON TO TAKE LOCK the re-registration meeting last

k chobee-Caloosahatchee project. PLANS TO JACKSONVILLEPlans Wednesday night but owing to the

,Don Young, Clewiston Golf Club II II"f The' work is under the directionof I for the'I fact thatIr.. Gaskin plans his

professional, last week was the I. M. Pafford. R. N. Smith has Prof. B. E. Herring, principal and'-specifications visit text week it was decided to
I new St. Lucie Locks have been
recipient of some pleasant golf I taken part of the work from the of the Clewiston school, entertained wait until that time to take care
checked in the suL- I
news of interest to local golfers. : office to a vacant residence on the fellow Kiwaniaus Wednesday; I completed and or"the registration.
office of the U. S. Engineers
The news was in the form of a I reservation in order to speed up night at their meeting with an I
letter and golf card from Mis. I the special work. account of his vacation trip to his I and'will be taken by I PRICE STARTS WORK:
'It F. Deane Duff who is vacationing I I home i in Mississippi this Nelson, senior engineer in chargeof ON THREE WHARVES
summer, the local office to Jacksonville
with her Mr. and Mrs F. I
parents .
and his
CIIAGARIS BUYS ELMORE'SINTEREST attendance at the summer ----
E. Bryant, and Mr. Dufl at the IN CLEWISTON BAR session of the University ,of Gaines-, Monday.Mr. x. It is understood ,that J. E. Price

Green Park Hotel, Blowing Rock,' ville. His talk was, the only feature I Nelson points out that these of the Okeechobee Construc'LionCompany
lock structureof
plans are for the
N. C. Peter Chagaris recently purchasedthe of the weekly meeting. omy. low bidders on three

The Green Park-Norwood courseat ,, half interest in the Clewiston Next week every member is urg- the project __ 1 I wharf structures, here, in Moore

Blowing Rock is one of the most Bar owned by John Elmore. and is ed to attend as the election of of- SUGAR OFFICIAL OX Haven and in Okeechobee for the

difficult in the Land of the Sky. now the sole owner of this busi- ficers for the year will be held at TRIP TO HONOLULU I Okeechobee Flood Control Board,

After breaking 90 several times on ness. During the past two weekshe that time. has started work on the smallestof

this severe layout, Mrs. Duff, on has done considerable paintingand Jay W. Moran left on Friday of I the three structures at Okee-

August 16th shot her best score reconditioning in the front of Do not turn on an electric light last week for a trip of several chobee.It .

.. of the season, a 42-42-84. the building.Mr. while the other hand touches the weeks to Honolulu. Mr. Moran is is believed that all of the

*", Following is her card: Elmore has other business water faucet or touch any electrical ( general manager of the United structures will be completed within -

461 444 574-42 interests in Clewiston and will remain connection while in the' bath States Sugar Corporation and made sixty days in ample time for the

445 556 356-42-84 here to make his home: tub the trip on business. next: yacht season' ."

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Weekly News Review DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Playing-"Mabel" By Joe Bowers I ml'D m-

Hitler Woos Central Europe '
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,With Overtures to Hungary THROUGHANYTHING\

You !
ily Joseph W. Q,a US in<> FOR uLET'S

drive to end Spain's civil war beforea o 0
ForeignAt third winter sets in. Aimed at

Nickelsdorf, Austria, an imposing loyalists-Barcelona were crack Nav-
. triumphal arch was raised. Vi- arese and Italian troops, while over-
station decorated. death. I'VE GOT TEN O.K.f2 GO THROUGH
enna's railway was head rebel planes rained .
At Kiel a 1.0,000-ton battleship Along the Ebro river front, 5,000 BUCKS SAVED \ THAT \I ;,

awaited launching. Thus, feeling government militiamen were cap- \ '
like a girl with several ardent suit- tured. But biggest news of the Span- I II I

.... ors, Hungary's Regent Nicholas ish war came not from Spain, but ; 4trl
Horthy sped in glory last week from from Switzerland. ( OO I'I

Budapest to )Berlin. At Zurich, Premier Juan Negrin 0 ''I
Not since Benito Mussolini visited' arrived for conferenceswith the 4c rs
Adolf Hitler last spring had Berlin duke of Alba, Franco envoy. After
made such plans. Indeed the same three days of hide-and-seek in which
trappings that greeted II Duce now neither Negrin nor Alba could be

....." .0 Q\ Spain's found, observers two emissaries wondered were whether hid- WHAT t@ EAT and WHY I

5 ing terms.from each other or had agreedon

r a O While China's Chiang KaiShekled
his troops in defense of Hankow SEND FOR

II last week, Former Premier Wang- e. I/a trm tJa"; s 4k! Mothers THIS FREE

Ching-Wei threatened to supplant BULLETIN ON
him as leader of what little govern-

ment now remains in that battle- FEEDING THE
'Will Your Child Be
pocked country. Tired of war, Japan .
mobilized 1,000,000 men, and ,tj
IIL looked to Italy for' help. For School ?

Britain has already refused negoti-,
at once to'C. Houston
ations with Japan unless her rightsin Goudiss, 6 East 39th Street,
China are safeguarded. But after New York City, for his FREE
two months of secret mediation, Italy -. Bulletin on "Feeding the
came out in the open with a planto Food Authority Outlines a Correct Diet for School Child."

establish Wang Ching-Wei as headof the This valuable bulletin shows,in
a revised Chinese central govern- Growing YoungsterBy chart form,the foods that every
ment. That Germany belonged in child should have every day.
this picture was apparent; one ofWang's Contains sample menus, and
6 East 39th Street. New York City. also shows how inexpensivefoods
chief aims would be adherence -
to the German-Jap-Italian school closed last June, most parents looked may be substituted for
pact. WHEN
those that are high in price to
the weeks ,ahead when
to long their children provide the same food values.

HUNGARY'S HORTHY "ryI"Ilnestic could play in the sunshine, get plenty of rest, and build S Just send your request ona

Like a sought-after maiden. New York rushed to work one up a splendid fund of vitality to last them all through the Goudiss postcard, 6 East to 39th C. Houston Street,

morning last week. All subway stations new school year. J New York City.
greeted Admiral Horthy. But Adolf were crowded; at one the
Some mothers resolved to do everything possible to
Hitler had more than benign friend- crowd was too great. Pulling away pre-
ship in mind.Hungary from this station a train stopped vent a recurrence of last season's disheartening colds. reals, to help prevent the physical
lies directly in the pathof momentarily to free a woman Others planned to look into a <::: fatigue which lowers resistance.At .

Germany's "drive to the east"in caught in the door. Behind, unable blood-building diet that, would tional discoveries, it will insure least one starchy food belongsin

which she would swallow Czecho- to stop, rushed a second train give Mary or Johnnie more normal growth and health, 'and every meal.A .
slovakia, Rumania and Jugo-Slavia, piloted by Motorman Salvatore Cota. build up high resistance that is well-cooked cereal should be
thereby unifying all central Europe.As His train crashed into the rear of pep and rosier cheeks. Per- like a protecting wall to safeguardyour provided once. daily; in warm
Nicholas' Horthy closeted himself the first, telescoping. Then came haps there were teeth that required children. weather a ready-to-eat cereal maybe

with Hitler, rumors of proposals be- explosion,' darkness, panic. Half- attention, or a nose or With our present knowledge of used instead. In order to pro-

gan flying. Rumors: (1) Joint pro- hour later authorities were able to throat condition to be cor- the power of food, there should vide an abundance' of minerals,

posal by Italy and Germany to in- report two dead, 40 injured. As rected. Now within a few not be one ill-nourished child in and vitamin B, nutritionists place
corporate Hungary in the Rome- Mayor Fiorella H. LaGuardia emphasis upon.. the whole grain va-
our land. Yet the spectre of mal-
Berlin axis; (2) proposal that Hun looked on, Motorman. Cota had his weeks, the children will be returning nutrition rears its ugly head rieties.

gary leave the League of Nations, leg amputated. to school, or in some among children of the well-to-do For desserts, choose rice, tapi-

declaring the Trianon treaty of 1920 cases beginning their school life. as well as in homes where money oca and bread puddings; gelatine,
void; (3) offer by Italy and Ger- Politics"Purge" Every mother should ask herself is scarce. For, as a rule, it is either plain or with fruit; fresh or
many for extended Hungarian minority whether she has stewed fruit; milk sherbets or ice
crept into John Public's not lack of money, but lack of
rights in Czechoslovakia, Ru- fi Y made the most of cream.In .
vocabulary last week with devastat- : v knowledge of foot values, or
mania Jugo-Slavia (4)) German- planning meals for children
; the 'opportunitiesoffered ,
ing speed. More than ever before, faulty eating habits which are responsible -
Hungarian economic unity. it is important at all times to keep
by the vacation I
U. S. voters looked at New York, for the tragedy of an ''
What made Regent Horthy feel Maryland and Georgia where reside period. incorrectly fed child. the menus simple, and prepare'11
like a sought-after maiden was an- Franklin Roosevelt's three favorite Have you put foods so that they are appetizing : )\ 1
other offer, this one from foreign "purgees," Democratic legislatorshe forth a conscien- -*- and easily digestible. r j:

ministers of Czechoslovakia, Jugo- wants ousted in next month's pri- tious effort toward Don't Overlook Protective FoodsA -*- I

slavia and Rumania, whose Little maries because they oppose certain making your- chil- child's diet should be built Aids to Good NutritionIt i

Entente met at Bled, JugoSlavia.Their New Deal measures. Last week dren 100 per cent upon a foundation of the protec- is important also to bear in ;

offers included a nonaggression these senators caused this news: fit for school? If tive foods-milk, eggs, fruits and mind that the most perfect diet '
pact and military equality. not there is still
will not provide sound nutrition
O In Georgia, Purgee Walter F. vegetables. 'Milk takes precedenceover
George drew support from JamesW. time! You cannot all of these because it is an unless the food is properly digested -
Labor Arnold, Republican national finish the -job in a absolute necessity if children are and assimilated. Adequate
President William Green of the committeeman who asked G. O. P. I few weeks, but you can make a to develop strong, straight bones sleep and rest, which do away
American Federation of Labor had partisans to vote for George.against good stat And you owe it to and sound teeth. with fatigue, are therefore essen-
two reasons to be happy last week. his Roosevelt opponent, LawrenceS. your children to begin at once. The penalty for breaking this tial. However perfect the diet,
Smallest reason was that Franklin Camp. Two days earlier, RFC For whether they enjoy school or fundamental rule is retarded overexertion and undue fatigue, if

Roosevelt agreed the Wagner labor Attorney Edgar B. Dunlap was find it tedious, whether they make growth, fragile, crooked bones, continued, will soon bring about a
act must be amended. Biggest rea- asked to resign because he was excellent records or lag behind decayed teeth and possibly nerv- state of lowered resistance.In .
was that John Lewis' Committee their fellows, depends in large planning of daily
son stumping for George's reelection.O ousness. How dare any mother in- a program
for Industrial Organization was In Maryland, Purgee Millard E. measure upon their physical fit- flict such punishment upon her living that will make and keep

embroiled in several family quar- Tydings thundered into a micro- ness. children? A fine amount of cal- your children fit for school, put

rels. phone that his commonwealth "will Every child is entitled to good cium, high grade protein, and food first. But consider also rest,
Several weeks Homer Mar- health, safeguarded by high re fresh air and sunshine and
ago not permit her star in the flag to some of every known vitamin can regu-
tin, president of C. I. O.'s United be purged from the constellation of sistance. And in this age of amaz- be furnished so easily by provid- lar habits. It would be well, too,
Automobile Workers, expelled five the states." ing scientific discoveries, every ing children with a quart of milk to check up on the child's general
vice presidents for alleged communistic child should enjoy these blessings.Top daily-either as a beverage, or in health before he returns to school,
leanings. Last week these O In New York, Purgee John J. health and resistance to disease puddings so that he will not be handicappedby
soups, cream sauces, ,
vice presidents called a conventionof O'Connor picked up 'the, gage which are the result of an intelli- cocoa or with cereals. some physical defect, such -as
U. A. W.'s insurgent bloc in To- the President has thrown down," gently planned and carefully exe- bad teeth, diseased tonsils, faulty

ledo, asking Boss Lewis to end the cuted health program. It should -*_ vision or impaired hearing-all of

fight. Specific requests were (1) appointment :: ;: ( ; '7 1n ]Jr:1: include proper diet, adequate ,/ An Egg Every Day which interfere with the ability to
of a "dictator" for U. A. :: ; sleep and rest, an abundance of, learn.
W., and (2) an election to let mem- InjJ'x'?: ; = ; / '?'?l" :d sunshine and fresh air, freedom Eggs rank next to milk in importance Never forget for a moment thata
bers themselves decide the issue. ? h'Nwllz: : ; ,. from physical defects, and the because of their protein, child's happiness and successare
.i iron and vitamins. A child's diet
: :
Meanwhile, in western Kentucky, ; :;: { ;\. :"' ,jr avoidance of physical or mental closely related to his health.
President Joseph Ozanic of the Pro- ,:>/,: } ,, ,, f y, strain, or fatigue. should normally include one egg All mothers should rememberthis
gressive Mine Workers of America :'::': 7 :" >" j t; daily, or at least three or four
/, Yl '!@;<:-" 4A for it is no exaggeration to
gave John Lewis another headache. l ,> Fl ,>,: ,. ,:if j;: ifj j -*- weekly.
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Four thousand miners, who left C. ""."M' '/: x' .m u x'" Diet-the Key to Health Green, leafy vegetables must TION DEPENDS UPON THE
: :
I. O.'s United Mine Workers three zt"tA t 0 d r ,, ::7: :< "J: ; not be neglected, as they supply HEALTH OF ITS CHILDREN.
; : < -r Z /.i> -' Perhaps the most important
in ,W't: ; ;;;<, ?: : *> iron vitamins. Yel-
years ago, took out membership y fiJ. and precious ( WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1933 28.
m. factor of all is the carefully bal-
A. F. of L.'s Progressive body. h.x'1) low vegetables, such as carrots
anced diet. When planned to take
Final quarrel was that between :{; full advantage of modern nutri- and sweet potatoes are notable as For SunburnJiscoml rl
Francis Gorman, United Textile a source of vitamin A. a
Workers president, and Sidney Hill- !42V1 t .2%. f...,vf... Fruits, especially the citrus va- IIJIllllff/
man, head of Amalgamated Cloth- rieties, are important for their vi- ,
ing Workers of America. Last week tamin C, Which helps- safeguardthe

Gorman asked his followers to desert if7L / 'x Do YOU KnowHOW health of teeth and gums. --
C. I. O. because of "dictator- However, tomatoes, or tomato
ship and communism." TO PLAN A juice may also be used as a sourceof fOUlEr and CONVENIENT
this vitamin. Bananas are an

WarIn BloodBuilding excellent fruit for children. Dried You'll like this small l, select hotel located

Paris, Premier Edouard Dala- fruits furnish iron 'and are highin just off Fifch Avenue in the center "
DIET ? Fruits of New York's shopping zonr.
values. and great
,dier jolted France from its vacation energy vege-
sluggishness to demand MILLARD E. TYDINGSThe tables in general are likewise an Two delightful restaurant All rooms
abolition of EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW WHICH have tub or shower bath
the 40-hour week "in the interestsof purgee refused to be purged. FOODS ARE RICHEST IN THE fLOOD important aid to regular elimi- SINGLE ROOMS
military and economic nation.As from.rfa
In Germany, Adolf Hitler's giant promised to fight Franklin Roose- a rule, school children may HOTEL Under Knott
war maneuvers entered their second velt's "invitation to.a dictatorship." Houston Goudiss will gladly have lean meat, fish, chicken or MonagtmfntThese
Three days later Franklin send you, free of charge, a bulletin and olhr
week. In both Rome and London Roose- liver once a day, a second "
velt and WPA listing those foods which are
focused from distant Administrator Harry protein food, such as cheese or
eyes China to
nearby Spain, theaters of 1938's two Hopkins found themselves embar- high in iron and also those that legumes, is usually introduced at I 4! WEST r7SIh !T
The rassed when Nevi York's Worker's are notable as a source of copper, another meal. NEW YORK
wars. war picture:
alliance, a WPA union, announced together with suggestions for -*-
O,Having set Britain's Neville plans to raise a $50,000 war chest to planning a diet that is exception
Chamberlain back-on his ear by refusing use against Representative O'Con- ally rich in these elements. Energy Foods In Abundance

a proposal for evacuating for- nor. Said Harry Hopkins: "I don't Udrtif your request,on a postcard to C.Houston There must be' plenty of energy Advertisements'
eign ,soldiers, Insurgent Generalis- like it. I don't know what can be Goudiss,6 East 39th Street,New York City foods, such as potatoes, rice, mac-
simo' Francisco Franco opened his done about it." aroni, bread and butter, and ce- Give You Valuesi

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IMPROVED Wise and OtherwiseNo I,
AROUND :'f Items of Interest !
matter how lazy a man .
may be, his laziness seldom ex- I ;'; to the Housewife
SUNDAY g tends to his tongue. the HOUSE te = : !{
ILessonBy Charity used to begin at ,. ) .' _. I II

home; nowadays nobody stays Ii
HAROMJ L.. i .MUQLUSr.. D. D. home to start it. Decorated Ice Cubes.-A sprigof of adhere
Dean of The Moody Bible I Instituteof long enough soap may and give a :.j J
Chicago. Some folks pick their friends mint and a maraschino cherry soapy taste to foods put throughthe
Western Newspaper Union. carefully; others to pieces. frozen into the ice cubes in your sieve. Ii

electric refrigerator makes the II
Money, says the moralist, is
THIS Lesson for September 4 a poison. And the antidote is water served on the table more Save Ironing.-If sheets are

marriage. attractive. hung on the line dripping wet the ;
SAMUEL: SPIRITUAL REVIVAL "Golf is the most dangerous weight of the water pulls them;

game in the world," says a Economy Note.-Pieces of rib- down and removes most of the
WEEK LESSON TEXT-1 Samuel 7313.: '''writer. Risk of spontaneous bon that come on gift boxes may wrinkles. They may then be fold-
GOLDEN TEXT-Prepare your hearts be utilized in making shoulder ed neatly without
I combustion? ironing'when
unto the Lord, and serve him only.
I I Samuel 7:3."Revivals. In five years the output of straps for underwear. Cut them, dry.
By LEMUEL F. PARTON real silk stockings has increased into six or eight-inch strips. *
are costly. The spiritual from a million dozen pairs to Putty That Sticks.-To make

NEW YORK.-Many years ago, awakening which our country five million dozen. What one Cleaning Flour Sieves.Alwayswash putty stick to window panes use a
so much needs must begin with flour sieves in soda water, small quantity of white lead
writer, quite unintentionally might call the worm's turn? ; mix 1
aided in making Dr. Ben Reit- spiritual deepening which the never in soapy water, as particles thoroughly with the putty. I

mann of Chicago the first king of the church so much needs. There is a

hoboes, by some price to be paid Strange gods
Bindle Pete newspaper stories must be put away, gods of worldly '

Seeks Hobo written with no pleasure, worldly ambition, love of I New Filet Crochet Doilies I

King's Head partisan or politi- ease and self-gratification. It is the : t'
cal intent. For unwillingness to pay the price that

some reason or other, my name got keeps us from the richness and power by the cotton used. Pattern 6121
I on the hobo mailing list as a "jungle of the full spiritual life" (Prof. contains instructions and 'charts

judge" or "shack" or somethingand L. M. Lowell). for making doilies; illustration of I

from time to time, there comes Israel had come to the place them; materials needed.To REMEDY

fraternal greetings, campaign liter- where the people recognized that obtain this pattern, send 15

ature or news of the order. The they were on the brink of national:1isaster. cents in stamps or coins (coins Piles, Hemorrhoids relieved. Prepare rem-
latest, from one "Bindle Pete," is They knew they had edy at home small cost. Materials at
preferred) to The Sewing Circle, all drug stores. Full directions. 25e coin.
quite violently prejudiced againstJeff ome to the end of the trail, and r- : %J. s-- r i_l EtI Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th Box 1923 Riverside Station, Miami. FlA.Vavo'r.lff2 .

Davis, the present king, and were ready to do something about St., New York City.
; says he is to be deposed because he [it., Please write
L. your name, .. -
1 1 rode to Europe on the Queen Mary I. Return Unto the Lord (v 3.).- 31111 i'.a YSStyi' ltir.i and pattern number plainly.
and because he has been workingat Samuel appears in his first public :i'i : : nf2clpf2

Hollywood, helping coach the di- ministry to call on his people to

rectors in studies! of hobo still-life. return to the Lord. Back of that Uncle PhiIk
This department has been quite public act is the history of a godly [09 '

. indifferent to the hard luck of kings life 'and devoted service to the Lord

';' in recent it would seem and to His nation. Such a man
;:' too bad ifKingeJeff Davis were de- ::an consistently urge others to turn :" } ([!I : Cream Cake
c:' throned. He has been a likeable to God. < 2 cups of fine'granulated sugar

,t.,, monarch, bald and genial and diligent i- The response of the people was ; 3,4 1 cup cup of of cold butter water and shortening
'; (perhaps that's the trouble) in Both OverestimateTown
wholehearted. They were thoroughly 3 cups of flour
the interests of his and 3 teaspoons of baking powder
kingdom, sick of their sin and separation people envy the farmerhis
Whites of five
not making any trouble for anybody.His from the favor of God. The earnestof : open-air life, and farmers eggs

father, James Davis, was a their sincerity was their obedi- ; : EjT envy city people the sights they Cream butter and sugar. Add
r'a journeyman of newspaper mechanical nce to the admonition of Samuel I alternately two cups of the flour .

cal trades in Cincinnati, and young that they turn from idolatry.II. see.When one has lost the capacityto and the water. Then add the

: Jeff took to the road at the age of 13, Put Away False Gods (vv. 3, 4). become indignant one is like' stiffly beaten whites of the eggs,

-: covering more than 1,000,000 miles Israel. had learned from their Pattern 6121. the shell of a blown-out firework.A and lastly, one cup of flour and

R in his subsequent 40 years of ram- heathen neighbors to worship their Variety in filet crochet to suit tightwad is ,endurable until he baking powder.

...-. bling. He, assails radicalism in the false gods. These they must put your every need! These oblongs begins to make apologies for being I Bake in two pans at 350 degrees.

hobo brotherhood and says he will away ,if God was to be able to bless make a luncheon set, a buffet set tightwad.. I
keep it 100 per cent American. He them. The same prerequisite to I I or doilies. If you prefer round Areas of CountriesCanada

, -' made more than 2,000 speeches on spiritual revival exists today. But doilies, crochet just the center of Death Alone Is Certain is not

It., Americanism during the World war. some may say, we do not worship each oblong. The \\size is varied Death is certain; but taxes South America,nearly in fact as it is largeas not
,, How could a hobo ride these slick eathen gods. Perhaps not, and aren't. They're always higher. much than
bigger of
one country
chromium trains with the cat-
new vet one 'is astonished at the close than you expected.
: fish faces? Jeff is South America, Brazil. Russia, or
King probably and
between the ritual
similarity HappinessThe What
that. can you do well? Then do the U. S. S. R., includes territory
working on worship of some secret cults and happiness of life is madeup it; and if the world wants it, it in two continents and is larger

rders: and the ancient religions of of minute fractions, the little- will pay for it. thanr' either North America or

"' W HEN she was bad, she was heathendom.III. too soon-forgotten charities, of a No psychological hunch is as South America. Canada's area is

r very, very good, and when she Gather Together and Pray kiss or a smile, a kind look, a good as what your common sense 3,694,863 square miles; South

0.:,' : was good she was horrid. Not ex- ,(vv. 5, 6). heartfelt compliment in the dis- tells you. America, 6,800,000 square miles; '

>: actly, but, in a rough general way, Spiritual life thrives on the gathering guise of playful raillery, and the If 'you could only be sure you Brazil, 3,285,319 square' miles;

f that was the story together of God's people. The I countless infinitesimals of pleas- wouldn't need any baggage on a Russia, or U. S. S. R., 8,144,228
'- Bette in Of Bette Davis. :risis in Israel was met by a great urable thought and genial feeling. vacation trip, what a lot of fun square miles; North America

'. Scarlett Hence, while other onvocation of the people. We needto -Coleridge. you could get out of it. 8,000,000 square miles.
;i}':':> Marathon stars shy away revive the great soul-stirring

!,L _' from the hell-cat religious gatherings of a generationago.

', Scarlett O'Hara, as not their type, I

Bette Davis may take her on.. Early "I will pray," said Samuel. He<
''''" in her career, Miss' Davis played as'a great intercessor. (See I I

t.. charming hellions with great effectiveness ,am. 15:11; Ps. 99:6: ; Jer. 15:1.) I,

"t;.,.,' and didn't seem to mind.She Revival never comes without a his-
: of faithful intercession the 1
ory on
{'> was Ruth Elizabeth Davis, a
'. art of those whose hearts
i. ) are
Massachusetts school
, girl, changing
:eally burdened. Ask yourself, fi.
her name to "Bette" at the age of _
:low much have I fora
really prayed
12 in preparation for her stage ca-
f' reer. She later changed her hairit revival in my church, my community Pepsodent alone of all tooth powders contains I .
and nation
is brown-and her general make- my ? remarkable Irium!*
:' up. Entrance to the theater came IV. God Will Save Us (v. 8).
, .', "Behold, the Lord's hand is,, not s Nowadays remarkable Irium puts more to make teeth shine and sparkle with all z
; after in
easily, a course a into "
pep Pepsodent Powder..Yesit is the their glorious natural brilliance!
shortened that it cannot neith-
: school. She went to Hollywood in wonderful cleanser,Irium,that has helped Although Irium puts more pep into I
!r his ear heavy that it cannotlear"
1932. Her first play, "Broken Pepsodent Powder to sweep the nation I Pepsodent. yet Pepsodent containing
: Dishes few cheers : (Isa. 59:1). "Thus saith theLord. For it is this Irium
brought. but, thrilling new cleansing has NO BLEACH, NO PUMICE, NO ;
." with coaching by George Arliss and have I no power to de- agent,Irium,that helps Pepsodent Powder GRIT. Buy it today!

k';; better casting, she hit the up-grade. :dver?" (Isa. 50:1,2). God saved *Pepsodeni'a- trado mark for Purified Alky!.Sulfate r Ir.iJ" ,;'ji )
<:. [srael and delivered them out of the I .: ', : :V. .
r ; Trying a break-away from War- hands of their enemies. The Phil- ..
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e. ners in London in 1936, a ruthless
:;-: British court condemned her to continued .stines, seeing them gathered together Rejoice in Others ers, and in their pleasure .takes To Be Molded
t' servitude at a top salary. were preparing to pray, assumed to fight that and they at- Who is the' happiest of men? I joy, even as though 'twere his I I Humanity is the porcelain clayof I
d, She is one, of the few actresses who ;acked. In the previous battle at He who values the merits of oth- own.-Goethe. humankind.-Dryden.

if' like unsympathetic roles and she ;hat very,,spot (I Sam. 4:1-10) Israel

r ,. plays them well. :lad fought with the weapons of men

(;'. and been disgracefully defeated. I I[ UNA and INA and the Twins' Birthday Party. I I

: ". : UNTIL recently Franz Lehar was Now they fought with 'the weapon
1,: in Vienna. The news that of prayer and faith in God, and
:;: he is rewriting "The Merry Widow" great was the victory. LISTEN TO TUESDAYS OUR BIRTHDAY AND MOMS WELL, If THE' SURE-UNA N' I CAN
;;: \makes one wonder whether he finds America is valiantly battling THE TWINS S WE CAN ONLY Buy |CE CREAM COST OF THE ICE MAKE ENOUGH WITH

::j:'.. Vienna still against the social and economic NEXT ENOUGH FOR SIX KIDS JIMMIE WANTS CREAM IS ALL JELL-0 ICE CREAMTHAT'S
Lehar DOOR
Nowwhether of these
?/ distressing days, HEY JIMMIE
L<, Rewriting writers still,, write cut: one fears that all too often the / AND JAMIEWHAT& AW, SHE WANTS A MOTHER-THATS
'-, Merry Widow their plays in the weapons are those of the arm of / ALL THE FIGHT FLOCK OF LITTLE SISSIE EASY/ '
cafes along the 3esh which will fail us. Let us look / ABOUT? GIRLS / 4
V tk-
/ Kurftenstrasse, as he did in 1905. up instead of to one another. "God :

: The world has waltzed along quite will save us" (v. 8}. ;; : : ;::

:+\"- I a. way in the interval between the V. Ebenezer (v. 12). ct,4L 1SAY 1 rS'

original and rewritten versions. Our forefathers, familiar with the tr o

!j is: Herr Lehar got $300,000 from his truth of Scripture, used biblical 4. Ar .
overwhelming New York success in words in naming their children. The y

1907. He waltzed it all right into the present generation all too often
f stock market and bade it good-by. know the names simply as the

1 He returned to his native Buda- strange signatures on old letters. I

pest, lost another lump sum of $75- The word "Ebenezer" might well
1 000 and then became a good busi- merit a bit of a revival itself. Here I i
*;: His Israel had met a disastrous defeat. :
: ness man. thirty or more operet T
b.;:" tas, five of which have been They were broken by it and had I TAKE A ALL WE AM' THE JELL-O THIS HOT DIGGETY -
' an almost hopeless people. I "S) t '
duced here have
made him rich. '
r ;, He is, or was a member of the Now God had given them victory SWELL, EH? MILK AND FEW PENNIES/ SECOND HELPS)' /M 11 -
,. in the very same spot and they ; TASTES CREAM-
Vienna Rotary club,
' attending raised a stone of remembrance ol SWELL,TOO- ftAfi, idTfi THAT5RIGHT. J 4N
; luncheons faithfully, singing club r !
" God's help. The word "Ebenezer"means I TRIED nr ._ 'JEU.-0 ICE CREAM POWDER MAKES
.' adaptations of old tunes, wearing a WHOLE QUART AND A HALF
t. two-inch button with his "stone of help, but also car- / FROM JUST ONE PACKAGE*
name on it .r//
ries with it the of
{:. and engaging in friendly back-slap- "Hitherto hath the Lord ALL 1ELLVOUR 6 FLAVOCS.GROCER..TO SEND OVE3

f'.. ping-big and gregarious, 68 years helped us" (v. 12). ; TONIGHT'HAVE ICE CREAM /'
(( old, with his lush mustache touched
There is an inspiring word of hope
'i-. with, gray. He was a "knapsack here for every troubled soul. You G1+ ,at y 1 9 / O .
child, as he it the M
put son of a
may, like Israel, have fallen into sin. Rb
wandering musician. He was a child Your life may be defeated. You ; I E WOER-
violinist. u
persuaded him
hang up his fiddle and take to com may be utterly discouraged. Return F, cif L Cf w..,,rmw
to put away sin, .
posing. gather with God's people and $STRAWBERRY VANILLA-CHOCOLATE.
i. ffl Consolidated
{'...... WNU Service.News Features. God will give you victory, even at I
the very point of former defeat.

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The Clewiston News I preme Court bench as suggested 1 gest that Fort Myers will soon! keting year is estimated/\ as 32,106-j- 1 cup sugar ,\I

recently by Charlie Mitchell, for have a full-fledged sister city as 000 short tons, raw value. This*I 4 eggs separated

In my close association with the I a neighbor but which immediately represents an increase of about! 2 tablespoons flour

Published every Friday in Clewiston I man I have come to admire and I encourages our faith in this section 900,000 tons over 1936-37, and setsL ] pinch salt

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS. respect him for- his character, sin- of the lower West Coast. At new high record. The rate oC: 1 teaspoon vanilla

Inc I cerity and ability. But Claude Estero and Bonita Springs, important increase was somewhat less thanin 1 cup top milk or thin cream !

has a man's sized Job where he Lee county prospects were emphasized other recent years. World cane Mix well the cheese, salt, flour I

KEATIILEY nOWDEN, Editor his. Furthermore, he needs the ex-I and at Punta Gorda, Arcadia sugar production in 1937-38 totaled. I beaten egg yolks and sugar. Fold "

II perience that he can get nowhereelse I ,. and intervening towns in 22,767,000 tons, raw value, com- in beaten egg whites and pour

Entered as second class mail matter to better fit him for the greater -I that section! the visitors witnessed pared with 23,483,000. Because of' mixture in baking dish. Bakeat

February Clewiston,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post tho Office Act of in honors that are to come. He is stimulating evidence that this the recent decline in sugar prices 350 degrees about one hour or

March 3, 1S97.Subscription. too good a man to push out of the I whole area is on the forward and a downward adjustment in the until the center Is set. i iI

picture and you know too much march. world free-market quota, the department I

steam will cause even the best of between believes that further
Irate $2.00 Per Year.Advertising1 I Even the wide open spaces a I
Rates' On AIp)(<"ntlon. boilers to "blow up." stops were impressive. Cattle reduction in world output of cane j. M. COUSE

"\ If I were coaching on Claude arc no novelty to anybody in sugar "is likely" in 1938-39. We I

Pepper's team right now 1 think I Fort Myers but fences and culti- are watching developments closely. Counselor and Attorney at Law
Devoted to the advancement and wel- Hopkins", Building
fare of ,Clcwlston and Hendry County. I'd take my star "rookie" back into vated ranges are. These can be and it may mean still further cur-

the dressing room and talk to him seen all over the vast prairie be- tailment of the amount of cane Wednesdays and Saturdays

Slightly cooler weather and a something like this: tween Fort Myers and Lake Okee- sugar which Florida is allowed to 0:30 to 4:00 \

,hint of rain as September starts. Claude, you're a mighty good boy chobee and the obviously prime produce, the further stifling of an.
condition of the countless herds is industry which if given a free hand I
and a dang fine ball player. You'vebeen J. S. CAMPBELL
:An Amos and Andy "situation getting some wonderful I further evidence that the cow coun- could soon become one of its most

develops in Europe this week, Czech "breaks" and the crowd in the try will again furnish riches to important and profitable.-From
Con. Peterson's Weekly Letter.LET'S Jeweler & WatchmakerAll
and double Czech. 'grandstand have made an idol out this region. :

of you. You have proven swell After seeing all thIs-and more
Traffic fatalities for the first those who made Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
I copy for the sports writers and the beyond recounting, EAT

seven months of 1938 are 4520 I II I news photographers. That's all fine, the good-will tour return home en- Optical RepairsAT

under what had been expected bas but it is the kind of medicine that thusiastic in the conviction that : CHRISTIAN'S BARliER SHOP
Cream cheese makes :
ed on previous years. some folks can't take. The road this city's destiny lies in sticking a perfect .
hurry-up dessert when served with
to success is rough and rugged and to the trade territory which they

Carl Hanton sees in the federal I while you've traveled ,apretty- visited; not because it is "our" crackers jam and coffee or tea. AGENT

courj: : decision blocking cows from I smooth highway so far I want you trade territory, particularly, but, And it makes nutricious and tasty i L. B. Mershon
sandwiches for
the government levees the sort to remember that the crowd that because it is a trade territory of I and grown New York Life
alike. But few have
of federal aid that is needed on I yells it's head off for you now obviously mutual interests. From ups ever

Florida highways.A i and the sports writers who are Arcadia to Everglades; from Pun- thought of using it in such a Insurance CompanyARCADIA
dramatic new way as in pie.
playing you up for a hero, will be ta Gorda to Clewiston; crisscrossand
noted editor suggests that I just as quick to crack down on back and forth, what helpsone Our recipe for a delicious cream FLORIDA
every man carry around a notebookto you or jeer you off the field if helps all. Being at the hub. pie

jot down his best thoughts. you happen to make a few "bob- of it, Fort Myers is in peculiar po- Cream Cheese lie NORGE REFRIGERATORS

Chances are the book would be as I bles." It's happened to a lot of sition to profit and this also iih-' Cover bottom and sides of a Furniture and Home turnishinga!

blank at the end of any given good men son', particularly those poses an obligation to promote, in glass pie baking dish with crushed PHILCO KAliiOS:

period as when purchased. I who have tried to go too far too any way possible, the prosperityof zwieback, about 1. ordinary size
fast. the frontier region which sur- package, mixed with 2 tablespoonseach Household FurnishingsInc. \

Times-Union tells of a rounds us. That is what the Fort of butter and sugar. I
congress-I Sit steady in the boat, watch your
man who was caught in : Myers delegation saw and fromit Filling .
batting and take of
that he helped to spin. Whenhe I average care will come benefits both to our- 5 tin foil packages cream cheese BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA '
yourself, don't try to hog all the I
attempted to hire a couple of selves and our good neighbors.Fort .-
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spotlight and let some of the

negro they refused laborers to to work clear and some told land him other fellows take. some of the Myers News-Press. : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::
bows. You're on a good team now j Y
that they were being taken care of SUGAR ..
and your best effort is needed to

by the government. win the pennant, you'll be playin'in .- MEN Y

I a World Series soon enough if Boding no good for our hopesto
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N N N N 1:N N :N :1:NN N:NN NN NN, : .N N.M :**? you keep on the way you're goin'. have the sugar industry in the
Now get out there and "Play Ball" Everglades permitted to expand, as '

Too Late To ClassifyBy don't let the orchids, and cheeringgo we have tried to have done in the .:.' .:. 1 1

'to your head. You've got plentyof past, is the announcement by; the :!_: Wear a NEW Tailored Individual :!: '

i IN time and if watch of agriculture that the
'Ryssell department
Kay you your
step and play the game hard and world carry-over stocks of sugar at :: Measure Suit While You Pay =:i:

: N:N:N:N N:N:H 1u:N:N:N:.1:..N..:..N:M:..:..:N:N:N:..:01 steady you'll go places. That's all the beginning of the 1938-39 sugar Y y

son. I marketing season, which starts on :_: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old :i:
Daytona Beach: Democratic con- .s. t
1 in most countries, are likelyto
gressional nominee from the Fourth .;. Dependable Tailor Representative +
be larger than a year ago. Con-
Congressional District, Pat Can- Y
sumption also may be slightly be- '
before large :: CHAS ::
non, speaking a groupof low the 1937-38 total, unless thereis LEAR
The chamber
Townsend supporters at Lake commerce good- -
will tour of neighboring territorywas an unexpected jump] still further ::: :::
Worth recently, termed Florida'sJunior hopes for being ableto .. Box 5 08" Clewiston 'Fla.15c :;
Senator, Claude Pepper, eminently worth while as a dimming our : : :::
for the Florida
do something
"The greatest Democrat of his friendly gesture. But in addition. industry. Reversal of trends N:"r:N:N:M:N N:N N:N:M:N:N:ti N N H MAN N:N:N:N:N N N:N:..:N N:..:N N..:1.:N N M N i.:-:..1:1.:N i i i.:NON:
time." Suggested that he would I to the benefits which flow, both sugar
in this announce-
also is indicated
from such demonstration of
make an excellent running mate ways .
I ment, as the inclination on'carr}-
for whoever might be chosen by civic cordiality, there were some
I over stocks has been downward '
the Democratic party as presidential intensely practical results. 4J
since the record of 1932-33 seiTson, Film Finished 15c
candidate in 1940. One of them was illustrated, and
reflecting an upward' bend in con-
most happily emphasized, by an /v
Pepper enthusiasts in Miami, Palm incident during the stop at La-I sumption. There is one, significant t r,' ,4! 7 1rte' Clip this ad and mail It to us with your

Beach and other Florida cities i Belle to which President Sidney little statement in the announce- "; film and 15c and we will finish the film,

have tried to start "Pepper for II Davis of the chamber, was fortunately ment also which says that ,world guaranteeing you 8 brilliant never fade

President" booms, but the Junior'Senator a party. With several of. the ( production in 1937-38 is indicated 4'Mr prints and 2 double weight enlargements.
modestly and rightly an-I tons new record
at 34,96500000 a
Fort Myers delegation Mr. Davis I
swered this effort with the state- successive
high and the fifth year
I was missing when the get-to-gether FLASH FILM SERVICELa
ment that he held no such ambitionat of increased production but all of
meeting got under way at the court
Crosse Wis.
' this time and felt his. every I house and there was some spoofing the increase occurred in beet sugar,

effort should be given to, the task"as other spokesmen tried to cover as the production of cane sugar
at hand, that the people of Florida
declined slightly. World; consump-
I I up the absence of their official
might have the best it was in his leader. Called for tion of sugar in the 1937-38 mar- THIS OFFER EXPIRES OCTOBER 2 mI.I .
upon an explanation -
power to give them as their Sena-I
when he tardily appeared -i
tor. ,
Mr. Davis brought cheers from
Pepper is young, brilliant able the I I
greeting committee by remark-

success and his has rise been to prominence little short and of ing that he had been "out 'shopping -1

phenomlnal. It is only natural in LaBelle" and pointed to DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON HilLS ?

carlOad of what he called "home
'that his friends should seek to I
I grown honey" to bear witness. He
push him forward to greater honors
and several others left a wad of
but in doing so they should keepin I Tort
Myers money in exchange for
mind that he who rides the fast-
that honey and found an opportunity /
est, risks the hardest fall.
l to show that commerce in
A few years of seasoning in the '
his region does notfloy; alongonehay
senate won't in any way handicapthe **. street.

young man and his youth -
The incident typifies the gcueral'ty -
him to take advantage of
: of the trip but it was by no
such experience without jeopardizing "
leans the only opportunity Fort
his future prospects. Brilliantand
flyers found to patronize its neigh- '
able though' he be Claude '.
may ;:ors Not to mention the new straw '1.-';, ,-
is" nevertheless still a "rookie." From
hats which those who rode the
the sand lots of ,Taylor county ho ,
Legion locomotive had to buy en- /
has advanced to the
: big league : oute, they found at Clewiston a Ga

with very little experience\ in the brand new and most sumptuous t11G

minor leagues as represented 'I 1yl I Lotel and vowed to return for more
the state legisiature.
cf the genial hospitality which ,
So far the Junior Senator
Irs. Lucile Downs, the hostess, so

shown himself extremely level head- raciously extended. At Moore rm1- I i4 ,

ed. Honors have been heaped upon Haven they found an upandcoming V
J him as on few men, in so short I little town busily shaking off

a time. Praise has .been lavish. I the lethargy of a run of hard luck
He has become more or less a ".s
end .
presenting eye-opening opportunities ) J
national figure, but comets burn I for development. In the

themselves out and "rookies" who
vicinity they heard of fishing
advance too fast often "crack up." camps and other ijecreational; attractions -
We don't want anything; like that
which they now want to
to happen to : .
Claude. visit and which will be : 'ii -
they glad ( )
I recall ; :.
: .
during 'the senatorial to recommend when next year's ,. ; : : : "
campaign, a group of us dis- '
were tourist crop in Fort :Myers pines
cussing Claude in a Miami hotel for ,
"something new to do. "- '
room. F. M. Thomas of Miami, a At Everglades they renewed ac- k' r -"

staunch Pepper s supporter, on that '
quaintance with an efficiently b1Y ", : "

occasion mentioned Pepper as a I equipped, spic and span down, I 1 -,<

presidential possibility, others may which some of them had perhaps p

have done so before that and many I fallen into the habit of taking for
have ,
\ granted because of a long time tutl"s LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
Now no one would_ be happier I "sight unseen." At Naples they '6I oeo

vated than I to see Claude Pepper ele- glowed with visual 'signs of large INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR (

to thepresidency or the Su- scale developments which, may sug ,

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+ + I,given a linen towel as guest prize. politics, and it behooves the farmer water if soil is dry. Cy-

: y't''t'y A congealed fruit dessert! and to "look out" for his friends anamid is also a good fertilizer,

t :: !,iced drinks were ,served by Mrs. who help him in his battle against but it is- not as thorough in elim-

.PERSONAL and SOCIETY f:'Pafford to Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs.G. pests that are bent on destroyinghis inating the nematodes and a grower -

\ YI T. Augur, Mrs. Wall, Mrs. W. crops. must wait one month after

d1 Y : F. Simpson, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.G. For example, birds. If he didn't using it before he plants his seed-
.':.' , '..' B. Thomas, Mrs. T. B. Shelleyand
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; .. I have the help of birds in combating bed.
: 'y .:M:N:N:N N N:N:..:..:..N-:N:H N:N N N N:N:N:N:N:N N:...:..,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:.J Mrs. Bowden. Insect pests, the farmer would-

.." C. E. Nail and T. B. Shelley Edgar Ezelle, jr., left Monday: I just about have to go out of business : Work is progressing rapidly on

spent several days this week on for his home in Mobile, Alabama, BIRTHS He couldn't afford, to buy : the two new exposition buildings

a business trip to Nassau. after spending several weeks here I enough Insecticide to kill all the being built on the grounds of the

," visiting his uncle and aunt Dr. Mr.! and 1lrs.V.. F. Nail, jr., : pests and, itt all probability, there i Florida Fair to house federal and

... Mrs. Jimmie Wilson spent the and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle.Dr. are parents; of a baby boy, who i wouldn't be enough available. Most : Latin American exhibits. The Pan

week-end visiting her mother, Mrs. I was born Monday night, August, birds (excepting a couple of spe- American De Soto Exposition will

';' Charles Moran, in Pahokee.Mr. O. F. Schiffli left Friday to 29th, in Pensacola. Mrs. Nail is cies of hawks) are beneficial and ; be staged' in Tampa Jan. 31 to

.- join Mrs. Schiffli and their sons in Pensacola visiting her parents; they devour millions of insects;. that : Feb. 18 next, commemorating the

Mrs. at their summer home in High- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Little. would otherwise be devouring the I I 400th Anniversary of the landingof
and \ W. Bigg and E
Mrs. Annie Moran were visitors lands, North Carolina, for a two farmer's crops. Some birds, suchas Hernando DeSoto in Tampa Bay. 1

in Fort weeks stay. Mrs. 'Schiffli and the I Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Smoak announce quail, doves, are mighty fine
Saturday Myers.
boys will return with him. the arrival of a baby boy food, too.Young Florida is directly benefiting from

who was born in the Clewiston birds especially should be the war In China through an ad-
Mrs. Keathley Bowden and sons, I\hospital Wednesday" evening. The vance in market price on tung oil. '
YOUNG WOMEN'S CLUB protected.. It wouldn't be a bad
Kay and Paul, spent Sunday with Production has dropped sharply in
baby weighed eight pounds and
idea to declare
)WEDNESDAY EVENING open season on the I
relatives in Okeechobee.Mrs. has been named David Bussey China and prices are soaring.
I half-wild cats that roam the woods

; ,' The regular meeting of the Young Smoak.Mr. and devour the young birds. Cats
I Neal Williamson of South
I Women's Club was held Wednesday are all right when they're kept near i
Bay was a visitor in Clewiston and Mrs. Francis Stokes of READ THE ADS
the house barn and
evening, August 24, at the or fed regu-
Thursday.C. home of Miss Pearl Brantley. In Canal Point, formerly of Clewiston, larly, for they are fairly good rat

the absence of the President Miss are parents of a baby boy, Kenneth catchers (small terriers are better, .

V. Parkinson. returned the Mary Markette, Miss Florence Slon- Randolph, who arrived on August24th. rodent specialists say), but the JlnllllillllllllllllllllilillllllllilIIIIJIIIIIII: : [ IIII ml11I11 ill! flllllllllIllIlIlllIIllllllllilll! lillml I""

first of the week from a vacation aker, Secretary, presided over The baby weighed'Rlx cat that roams the woods shouldbe

trip through the western --states. short, business meeting. At this al I I pounds. I eradicated because it's a pest. Clewiston Inn Beauty

fi-J-- time a committee, composed of Miss I I Another good turn the farmer can

LtI: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley are Billie Johnson, Miss Hazel Prince, WEEK'S REVIVAL BEGINS 'do for his bird friends is to discourage ShopSPECIAL

visiting in Benson Springs this and Miss Virginia Jordan, was appointed -I AT BAPTIST CHURCH youngsters or others who

week. to make plans for enter might hunt them before the season PRICESEffective
Rev. W. L. Head will conducta
taining the teachers when they arrive 'I opens. I
revival in the First
new Baptist
Miss Anna Barber of West Palm in September. Toads and frogs are also good through September 17 j
for a period of one week,
Beach was transacting: : business in After the business meeting, con- friends of the farmer and the Only :
I beginning Monday evening, September
Clewiston on Tuesday. tests and a game of anagrams were farmer, ,who has plenty of them
5th. Facials, regular $1.50 for $1.00 i
enjoyed by all present. Refresh- around is fortunate because then \
Services will be held each night, i!
ments were served by the hostesses he won't have so many insects
L Mershon and Robert I Shampoo i
;>; B. son, and the revival will close next Sunday -
of Arcadia, were business visitors of the evening, Miss Brantley and September 11th. around. The farmer will make no Set and Dry, regular .75 for .50 ;

here Wednesday.Mrs. ; Miss Slonaker. < I mistake by protecting and encour-
Among those present were Misses aging these animals. Soapless Oil ShampooSet : :

Hazel Prince, Virginia Jordan, Mildred LADIES AID MEETING HELD AT and Dry, regular $1.00 for .75
C. W. McDonald, Carolynand Spiders (excepting the black
Harry McDonald, of Belle Glade I Ward, Billie, Johnson, May I widow) are good friends of the

visited friends here Wednesday.C. I Lillie Stone, Eleanor and Roslyn. farmer and, despite the unsightly
W. B. Cate, was in chargeof Try a hot oil treatment on our
Luce, Gaudy Waters, Pearl Brant webs they ,spin, should be toleratedand
I the of the Ladies Aid
meeting Arnao Steamer
Nelson and, A. R. Broadfootare ley and Florence Slonaker. I protected. They rarely, if ever,
Society held at the home, of Mrs.
business visitors in Jacksonvillethis destroy: anything that is of use to
W. F. Simpson Thursday afternoon.
week. MISS MILDRED AHD IS the farmer and they do destroy
A devotional program was given. Clewiston Inn
HONORED AT ARTY many of the pests that harass him. Beauty
by Mrs. I. D. Leydig. An instructive -
Miss Virginia Saxon of Moore There are other friends of the
article on the work and
Haven spent the'week-end here visit- Miss Mildred Ward, whose marriage I farmer such as ladybeetles, syr- ShopSadie
conditions in New Mexico was read
ing Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence.Mrs. :. will be an event of Labor phus flies, tachinld ,flies, asphis
: by Mrs. I. M.! Pafford. Young Hazel Prince
) .. Day, was honoree at a ,bingo party ; lions, and snakes, that should be
Mrs.! Joe Robbins reported that
Kendrick Alston of Belle and surprise miscellaneous shower protected. It would help those \
i ja new study course would be given, !llIIillllllllil! IIIIII IIIlillmlllll! lillillilll1llllll1l[ lIillilillllllllllllllllililillllllllilllllllllllllP'not
Glade was a visitor in Clewiston given by Mrs. Henry C. Kolstad farmers who do not know these
I. beginning in October. The business
Thursday.Mrs. at the Clewiston Inn yesterday creatures, to study and protect
after-I[ session was occupied largely with
noon._ -. them. Nature has provided these
discussions for the annual bazaar.
.' Joe' Robbins has, returned At the Mrs. Wilson friends for the farmer and it be-: "
games Jimmy : Attending the meeting ,Mrs. SAFE
from a ,visit with relatives at and received hooves him to "look out" for them. onlu ,
high prize
won a W. B. Cate, Mrs.! F. Deane' Duff,
Enterprise.Mr. Chinese Checker Miss Billie I'
game. Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. J. H. Doty,
Hooker won a pair of Chinese
J 1\1rs. J. J. Graham, Mrs. H. R. Hall,
J. H. Miss
and Mrs.
Doty, prints as second high, and Mrs. METHODS FOR COMBATTING|
I -
Maxine Doty and Wlllard Doty are C. J. Lovvorn a bath ball as low Mrs. L. L. Ingram, Mrs. H. C. ROOT-KNOT: IN SEEDBEDS

leaving tomorrow for a few daysat prize. Miss Ward was presentedwith Jones, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. Mar-

Miami Beach. a bride's book as honor guest. tha Ludekins, Mrs., A. H. King, Gainesville, Fla.-Florida truck
Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. J. G. Nib-
I. After the conclusion of play, growers who do not have nema-
'- J Mrs. Annie Moran, Mrs. s C. L. guests were invited into the dining lack, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. tode-free, land for seedbeds must

Downs and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn' I room, where at tables lighted with W. Perry, Mrs. I.' M. Pafford, Mrs. depend on chemicals at this sea-

:spent:: Monday and Tuesday in I pink and green tapers, attractive Joseph Robbins, Mrs. R. N. Smith, son of the year to combat root-
Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. .J.
Miami. I knot and their
refreshments were served. The protect seedling
H. Pressley, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. J. but PROFITABLE
I for fall to
I molded ices were in heart shape plants crops, according
Mr.-and 111'5.V.. H. Lanier and with a Cupid on each. The ices F. Curry, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs.J. J. R. Watson, State Experiment

Miss Lee Pridgen are spending a cakes and iced drink carried out D. Bruce, jr., and Mrs. Z. H. Station entomologist.The -here are several safe places for
two weeks vacation with relativesin I the pink and green color scheme.A 'I Shelley. cheapest" way to rid land of your savings..in a safe' deposit -,,
Carolina.Mrs. box, in government: bonds,invested
Raleigh, North, large basket loaded with lovely root-knot is to grow Crotalaria
I COMMUNITY her The differenceis ,
CHURCH etc. principal
it the
spectabilis on during sum-
gifts was brought in and placed
H./A. Bestor, Miss Mildred I before the honoree and formed a Hc,'. Forest C. Taylor; Minister mer and keep it free of all grass, that HERE your savings earn a

Ward, Judson Francis and George pleasant surprise to her. weeds, and other plants:, but it is generous profit for you... because
in Palm Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. they work constantly and profitably,
Bestor were shopping West i The guest list included Miss Mil- too late to employ this method now

Beach 'Wednesday. i dred, Ward, Mrs A. O. Ward, Mrs. Morning service, 11:00 a.m.: for falP- plantings. Some growers amply secured by many homes.

i'' H. A. Bestor, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Christian Endeavor Monday' even- solve the root-knot problem by
Dan Allen Mis. R. L. Guth'* ing at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. using newly-cleared land for their
;Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. P. M. Clewiston Federal
Weaver and Mrs. j( Rev. Taylor will not return to
rie Mrs. James
McIntyre, Mrs. R. R. Hooks, Mrs. seedbeds, but some seedbeds are

George B. Nelson spent Wednesday; Jimmy Wilson, Miss 'Hazel Prince,' Clewistou for services this Sunday, more or less permanent and .are and LoanAssociation
shopping in West Palm Beach. ; his month's leave having been ex- equipped with irrigation systems Savings
[ Miss Lois Prince, Miss Billie Hooker ,
I Ir tended for another week. He will
Miss Christine Bell, Miss Bernice that are not easily moved.
Mrs. Z. H. Shelley of Cuthbel t, Guthrie, Miss Pearl Brantley, return for Sunday, September 11th. For quick action against root-

Georgia, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. ; Miss Mary 'Markette, Miss Dorothy knot menatodes in seedbeds, Mr.
T. B. Shelley and Emmett Shelley FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH '
j recommends the double
,Hare, Miss Florine Moore, Miss jWatson
for a few weeks. ;'j Betty Hooks, Miss Billie Johnson, treatment of sodium cyanide and r

')\Irs.' C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. C. L. Sunday School Sunday morning ammonia sulfate. Directions for

Mrs. Josephine Knight and daugh-] Downs and ,Mrs. Sidney "Crochet. 9:45. using this method are as follows: I

ter, Miss Ruth Knight, have moved ] Morning services 11:00.B. : Plow or disk the land, dissolvethe Good FarmLand

into the residence recently vacated !' JOE SCHROEDER" CLEBRATES Y. P. U. 6:45. sodium cyanide in water (at

by Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine. Junior Choir practice Wednesday
j BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY rate of about 1,200 pounds of cyanide -

I! I evening.E. per acre) and pour this

Mr. and Mrs. P.: 'Deane Duff j Joe Schroeder, jr., celebrated his. solution evenly on the soil; then
returned this week from a vacation M. CORVETTE HONORED turn irrigation water until the I ,
j &th birthday with a party at his
spent in Blowing Rock, North I]j home yesterday afternoon. After a WITH SURPRISE PARTY solution is washed down to a depth for Rent

Carolina.Mr. .I pleasant hour with games and other of about eight inches or to the I J
E. M. Cornette was honored witha water table. Immediately follow-
,amusements, the children were
and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and I. served Ice cream and birthday cake. I surprise birthday party Saturday ing this treatment, apply a solution -

daughters, Anne and Mary Kay. I Rubber balls and peppermint evening when employees of the of ammonia sulfate to'the >

spent a few days over the weekend i candies were given as souvenirs to Hendry County Motors and their soil in proportions of 50 %' greater -

on a sight-seeing trip to Miami the guests. Those invited families gathered the garage fora than the syanide. Then turf
l : ; Beach and Key, West. were bingo wash the sul,
1 I Skippy I Cothern, Linda Lee, Charles party. in enough water to

I I and Shirley Benbow, Kay Bowden, Mrs. R. J. Lee and Howard Leo- fate down to the same level as UK I ,: Trespassers
Principal B. E. Herring, who 'Emma Jane EzelleHarriet nard won prizes at bingo. syanide solution. Cover seedbed

has been attending summer schoolat i I Carol Joy Alston, Patsy Meredith and Following the games refreshmentsof with some material such as old I j : Will Be

the University of Florida at I I Bob and Carline Berner, Ronald, ice cream' and cake were served. newspapers to hold the hydrocyanic ] R

Gainesville, returned to his home I / Vollney Robbins The guests included Mr.! and acid gas in the soil. This method i ProsecutedClewiston
here the first of the week. mare Charles and Rachel Richard Miner Mrs. E.I.! Cornette and daugh- is expensive and is not practicable

and June Colyer. ters, Edith Nell and Sue, Mr. and for large areas. Seedbeds can be
Dave Alston is visiting relativesin Mrs. R. J. Lee, Clayton Waters, planted within a week or 10 day. I'

Georgia this week. His daughter. IRS. PAFFORD Miss Mae Lily Stone, Mr. and Mrs. after treatment. The treatment

Martha Nell, who has been WEDNESDAY BRIDGE HOSTESS TO Hubert Post, Mr. and Mrs. Leon leaves the soil rich in nitrogen. I

visiting there for several weeks I CLUBA Bembry, Mr. ,and Mrs. Gilbert Suggs making it unnecessary to make

will ?return with him. and children Mr.and nitrogenous application:.
blue pottery Mrs. Howard further i
I pitcher was won
by Mrs. Keathley Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hanna during the season. ;, Realty And
Mrs. Gordon Mobley returned! score prize at Bowden as high and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cyanamid is fairly efficient In I II j

this week from Jacksonville where, Club meeting Wednesday, Bridge Hooks and H. J. Oglesby. I eliminating root-knot and 'is much |
she has been for a few weeks to Mrs. I. M. Pafford was held with I I cheaper. If used, apply at the rate i! DeveloIluentCorporation

1 .le 1 near her father, H. E. Reichard week. Mrs. G. as hostess this HELPFUL INSECTS AND ANIMAL lof 1,000 pounds per acre and mi\

who has been seriously ill. Mr. I novelty T. Augur won a FRIENDS NEED PROTECTION ''it thoroughly with the soil, spread-I(

'1 Reichard is reported to be im- and Mrs.! eye W. shade F. Simpson for consolation I 1 lug half of this amount on and'!

proving. a box' of "Looking out", for one's friends I disking Boil and then spreadinga
I Stationery as cut prize; Mrs; H; A. dn'ahd disking .... L t.
ii mighty effective moet of the like amount

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I HIIAR9ES[ There Ftxt is of joy living in ;like.'very

To grumble, .JTCI

: c.o1'Y\'Pl\n 1 I hold .. '

C HBRIG] ][ B V/B And For crime ciozdl we t. minute. only: be. ckeerivl" .

Jive mirute.t& '
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:) Joseph McCord
,_ "time! a4nTCanr
c o
CHAPTER VII-Continued empty doughnut pan still reposed In the meantime Dale had made I tonight to tell me good-by. I heard :
--8- where he had placed it at its own- his way to the Bradys' where Hat- you were going away sooner than

'"I'd have had a swell chance to er's disposal. tie, the elderly domestic, assured you had planned."
Soldier continuedPink him that Lee was at home. 'Mrs. "Who says so? I'm leaving after
be the Unknown ,
"if it hadn't been for the dom- Circumstances entered into an unholy Brady, however, was the only occupant the holidays. Mr. Marblestone sort
inie. Know what he done?" conspiracy to keep him from of the living room when he of got to quizzing me last night. I WNU Service.
having that talk with Lee Brady, entered. might have given him the impression -
"Oh, what? I know it was splen- was Dale's grim conclusion. He had "Ohl! It's Dale. How are you? I was ready to put on my hat
Humor the
From Soil
did! planned to see her the afternoon following Lee is upstairs, but she will be and start. I know I felt like it." (
"Was for m'e. He heaved me the party. 'Then came a request here presently. Please sit down." "Just what are you going to do There is a kind of sturdy humorin
across his shoulder as he was corn- to drive his father over to "Fine." Dale helped himself to a at the U,' Dale?" the country that the city does_
"in' back and dumped me at the Newark. Doctor Farwell was sched- chair. "I suppose I should have "It's a joke. I'm trying my hand not know. A humor that grows
dressih' station. It was while he uled, to address a meeting in that asked Lee if it was convenient for, at-well, it won't be teaching. Just straight out of the soil. There
was a-luggin'" me that shell spoiledmy city. If it were not too late when me to call," he began abruptly. keeping a section of beginners busy. may be wit in the city, but wit
map. he finished, he wished to go into "But I was away: all afternoon andI Ben Lingham is taking a leave the deals with words; humor with life.
',. ."How brave!" Abbie clasped: her New York. He would appreciate'it did want to tell her how disap- second semester and Payne thought -David Grayson.

hands tightly.; if Dale would bring the car backto pointed I was about last night. Father I could hold down some of his work. '., I
"Just a part of the day's work for Locust Hill, since he disliked I had invited guests for dinner There isn't much in it, but I jumpedat
him." Pink forgot his usual cautionin driving in Manhattan. I and I didn't know it." the chance to be associated that How Womenin

the warmth of his listener's undisguised When Dale reached home it was Mrs. Brady sensed the anxiety in much more with the chief." '

admiration. "Yes'm, he late afternoon. He decided to defer ,his voice. "Doctor Payne is head of the department Their 40'sCan -
kept me from bein' planted underone his call until evening and to make "That was quite all right," she isn't he?"
of them nice little white crosses it t without telephoning in advance. If suggested kindly. "Lee was disap- "I'll say he is! He's one of the Attract Men
and I ain't never forgot it. I was Lee were hurt, or angry even, it pointed that you were unable to foremost consultants in the country
laid up in the hospital until after would be too easy for her to plead a (come. All of us were." today.: There are a lot of miningmen Here's good advice for a woman during her
change (usually from 38 to 52)), who fears
the Armistice. But the dominie nev- previous engagement. He must ,see Before he had time to pursue the up north mostly, who swear she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
er lost track of me. The fact my her. subject further, Lee appeared from I by him. I'm going to cultivate him about hot flashes, loss of pep, dizzy spells,
upset nerves and moody spells.
pan was busted never seemed to the hall. The caller's heart sank all 'I can in hopes he might land a Get more fresh air, 8 hrs.sleep and if you
.worry him." CHAPTER VIII when he saw that she was wearingher berth for me with one of his clients need. a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
Plnkham I a Vegetable Compound, made
"Of course not. coat. this; spring. A recommendation from especially for women. It helps Nature build
*'But," Mulgrew conceded moodily Pink Mulgrew was engrossed with i "Hello," was her cheerful greet- him.''ought to go a long way." up physical resistance, thus helps give more
vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
"it spoiled me for my own pro- plans for an after-dinner excursion. i ing. "How are you?" "That sounds interesting. Then jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
fession. Nothin' but." The? incident of the doughnut pan "All right. I shouldn't have come you won't be coming back here." often WORTH accompany TRYING change 1 of life. WELL

"What was that, Mr. Pink?" had left him a prey to vague fore- over unannounced. Were you going There was a little note in the last
"You probably don't follow the bodings. There was the chance that out?" that Dale was quick to detect.
sportin' pages so close or you'd remember Brown dame might come back for "Only to the corner to post a let- "Lee," he. told her steadily, "I Vain LearningHow
reading my name. I'm Kid her property. If she encountered ter." Lee removed her coat and should have gone away sooner. I vain is learning unless in-
Pink I I Dale it tossed it into chair. telligence go with it.-Stobaeus.
was, mean. the dominie or was more a didn't. And ,there's just one rea-
"You're not telling me ." than likely she would make some "If you'll trust me with it, I'll son. I'll always be coming back, ii
"Sure!" Mulgrew fairly beamed."I "crack" about that ,kitchen visit. drop it in the post office." Dale took you're here. Or unless you tell me 3,700 Deaths Per

knew it would come back to you I can't."

after a minute. That's me. Light- "Do you remember, Dale, *iat I Year From MalariaDuring
weight division, you remember. I told you one day that you were fun-
was goin' strong for first place when ny? You are. And I think we'd bet- ; 1936 (the last year for
they kicked up that row on the other ter talk about something else." which figures are known) 3,700
died from Malaria in our 12
side. "
"Yes, I do remember, he said
Southern States alone. Let this
"What did do
you slowly. "Everything that happenedthat
figure be YOUR warning! Winter-
"Oh,' I couldn't wait to be mus- 00i day. I always will. And I'd smith's is made with one of the
tered. I'd been a short-order jock- better be going home." Dale rose to most effective medicines ever
ey-cook That was before I his feet, hesitated uncertainly. found to treat Malaria. This medi-
took up the gloves serious. After I "Lee, there's something I want to cine has helped millions of people
was on my pins and wonderin' what ask you first." -NOT ONLY to relieve Malaria
next, the dominie makes me a prop- "Yes?" She met his eyes unflinch- after the chills have started, but
osition.. I was to come and throw in ALSO to keep the Malaria from
with him. Help around the house ingly. ever starting!
"Is-is everything all right now? Ask
Don't take chances!
by slingin' hash and helpin' to take "
"Yes. Lee smiled up at him druggist for Wintersmith's Tonic '
care of the" kid. brightly. "Everything's just right.' today! PROVEN by 70 years of use.

"Sure. He was gettin' to the age fast
The approaching holidays
when he was gettin' into everything.The = Poor Refuge
little of pleasurable antici
l; brought
dominie wanted to have the kid i 1' pation to Dale Farwell. Each time Idleness is only the refuge of (11.\
with him. Guess it sort of made up weak minds.-Chesterfield.. t
of Christmas he
/ he thought was
for not havin' the wife. I'd brungup I / a.
conscious of feeling of dejectionthat
about six brothers and sisters
he could not shake off. It
WORMS quickly removed from
and Dale didn't give me no trouble.I .
had gloves on him by the time he meant leaving Locust Hill. Leaving children or adults by using the

was five. Used to sit down'on the home. Leaving Lee. famous remedy, Dr. Peery's
For the first time his departurefrom
floor and swap punches with him. "Dead Shot" Vermifuge. No
his father's roof carried a realization oil else is
Kep' his mind off his fairy tales. castor or
"How nice that was." of permanency. Dale'sforthcoming needed after taking "Dead

"You tellin' me? I'd have dug I work at the universitymust Shot." 50c a bottle at drug-
ditches for the dominie with my be a stepping stone only. High! gists or Wright's Pill Co., 100

fingernails, if he'd asked me to. I! time he was making a niche for Gold St., New York, N. Y.
his education to the
Would yet, for that matter. You himself, putting
test. In the meantime, he must devote -
see, 1 always wanted to pay him
back' for what he done for me. Maybe -.I He decided to defer his call until evening. as many hours as possible to Give to the Living:
I've had the chance in his father and to Pink. He owed need
a way. The living charity more
"Of course you have!" Abbie I Accordingly, Pink chose four of the letter and thrust it into his pock them that. than the dead.-Arnold.
Brown exclaimed. "I've never the likeliest "Browns" in the telephone et. "I was just telling your mother Hence, young Mr. Farwell be-
heard of such devotion. I think it's I directory and copied the how sorry I was about last night." came something of a recluse those

wonderful!" street numbers on a bit of paper. "Oh, well ." Lee's voice was last few weeks, pleading his prepa-

"i wish you hadn't have heard it He planned to begin the quest as disappointingly indifferent. "MaybeI'll rations as/ a reason for declining 0 U sa "
now," Pink remarked a trifle un quickly as the dinner dishes couldbe have better luck next time. NoI invitations. There was one excep- BLACK LEAF 40
graciously. "The dominie never washed and the kitchen put in its won't." She laughed. "I'm all tion. He went to Lee's home as Keeps Dogs Away fromEvergreensShrubs

talks war stuff. He'd be sore as a usual scrupulous order. through having birthdays. I for- frequently as he could .contrive an Get etc.
pup if he thought I'd been shootingthe Even then he had a narrow escape got." excuse. Lt9Use 11 Teaspoonful!
works like I done." for Dale appeared just as Mr. It was impossible to tell from Lee had been as good as her word, Dealer u? per Gallon of Spray.
"He would be like that." Mulgrew and the pan were achiev- Lee's manner whetner or not she so far as their outward relationswere
There was rare understanding in ing a stealthy exit from the back held any resentment against him. concerned. But Dale was mis-
those few words, but they brought door. She chatted freely and frankly as erably conscious that something of Faith's Own
only dismay to Pinckney Mulgrew. "Where are you going, Pink?" Dale's spirits drooped. He was almost the old comradeship was gone. He Give to faith the things which
What had possessed him to blab all ", Milkin'." The door closed witha on' the point of making his could not define it with any degreeof belong to faith.-Bacon.

that tripe? And to a skirt, of all hasty bang. adieus, when Mrs. Brady excused satisfaction. There was a vague
things! He eased himself from his The first "Brown" doorbell sum- herself and retired from the room. barrier there. Lee was holding him SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE
perch and faced the cause of his moned an aged man who proved When he was satisfied that she was away from her, gently but none 60c G, s $1.206rSArrzJ
downfall with belligerency in his hard of hearing and eyed the pan out of hearing Dale drew a long the less firmly. .
own voice and eyes. with deep distrust. Apparently he breath. Aside from the usual home remembrances -
"That was pure dumb of me. For labored under the delusion that a "Lee," ,he blurted, "I wanted to Dale's Christmas
get I said anything about the domi- contribution of some sort was de tell you about last night. Who our shopping concerned itself only witha /
nie and the missus. He don't sired. After a noisy attempt to guests were." gift for Lee. Furtive prowls Brings Blessed Relief
talk about her." clarify the situation Pink turned "I know," she answered quietly. through department stores, a search from aches and pains of
"I understand. And I'll always away in disgust.At "Evelyn was here today. She men- that took him as far as New York, RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
understand him better after this." his next stop, fortune favored tioned it." left him rather dismayed at the vast

"No 'you won't. Nobody under- him. The door was opened by none "Oh-I see." The admission left miscellany contrived for feminineuse. a bottle and. Why LUMBAGOTry Suffer? .. .
stands that guy. Women, least of other than Miss Abbie herself. him floundering. "I would rather ,w.HlIcleIeiM.IIcW-: ,__ '
all. As long as we've gone this "Here's your pan," the grateful have told you myself." "I hope you don't mind my actingas
far, we might as well put the cards 1 messenger announced and thrust it "I'm not sure I wouldn't have pre- my own delivery boy," he ex- WNU-7 35-38
down. I can tell you've got good ,at her. ferred it that way. But it's quite plained evasively to Lee when he
sense. But if there's any dames in "Why, thank you! Did you ever. all right." was 'fortunate enough to find her
this burg that think the dominie's hear of anything so stupid? Callingat "Well, you see, I didn't like to alone on the afternoon of the fay
You get me. On the block. your house just to get that pan mention it over the phone. I guessI before Christmas. "I had these flowers eyesare
.Well, you can tell 'em for me and then walking right off withoutit was rather upset anyway. Father I for your mother and I wanted to
they're all wet." You must come in and sit downa told me point-blank that he expected be sure they got here shipshape, made strong by Leonardi'sEye
Miss Abbie bridled perceptibly.She few minutes. You're tired, I me to be on hand to help him en- you know." Lotion. Inflammation is
rose hastily from her chair. know." tertain. It sounds queer, I know. (TO BE CONTINUED) cured without pain in one day.
"Thank you for telling me everything. "No thanks. Not tonight." But it's rather difficult to oppose No other eye remedy so pure
I had no idea it was so "But my mother would so like to him." and healing. Keeps the eyes in
late. I only intended to stay a min- meet you. I've been telling her "Please don't say any more aboutit Officials Carefully WatchedIn working trim.
ute. No. Wait! I'll slip right out how we ." Dale. I told you it was all right." few countries are the highest
the back door if you don't mind." "Not a chance. I mean I'm in a "But it isn't," he insisted miser- public officials so carefully watchedas LEONARDI'SCOLDEN
Pink looked after her with hurry," Pink explained. So that ably. "I feel like a rotter. And all in England and so bitterly railed EYE LOTION
gloomy eyes."Beatin' was it. Been telling her old lady. last evening ." against for a mistake. A trivial MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG
it to the neighbors to And who else? "Fine time I'd have "Now don't try to make me think fault by a London policeman and U5C at all druggist
spill. Can you tie that!" gigglin' that one off," he told him- you didn't have a good time," Lee the walls of parliament thunder New Large Size with Dropper SO cents
The last remark was caused by a self as he beat a hasty retreat into I laughed. "That would be too much. against the ,police heads for permitting 3 B.Leonard O Co., New Rochelle, N. T. to
glance at the kitchen table. The the darkness. I thought perhaps you dropped in such a thing.



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PARDON -' off to the classroom for ,
WE'RE AWAY ---IF j another
YOU WAS A MAN! .:. year, children elsewhere are doing
ST the same thing. Above is a class
for beginners in the art of spelling
under the instruction of white mis-
J .':-. sionaries in session in the heart of
; : u RFII the Belgian Congo. Meanwhile, in !
a central European country, young-
sters are also rushing off to their
classes to study the "readin''ritin'rithmatic" '
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OWLIIAN ai V Z SUMT N chukuo are not allowed to neglect '
.. AN G20V4tIt.I' I CIA E7, their school training. A group is 4" i
DMA SUM74IIJ 11-4 ANIMRL.C2AC shown studying botany in the lab
ET! RgRR- I I ERS oratory. Meanwhile (right) Russian
/ children study in one of the institu- A's +
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AT educate and care for the armiesof
homeless waifs whom the national
calamities left to wander at large I : : S'
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through the country. Most of these >
youngsters are 'now between the
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1 E through a standard hair-cutting
process. Johnny and Robert look
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-p .'. ;I PHOEBE! Native boys in Egypt (above) study in plain surroundings taught by
: an instructor in the familiar Egyptian garb. Below are Chinese school
children learning their lessons despite the Japanese invasion that
i has created havoc with their lives. East is east and west is west,
but everywhere, September means back to school for tomorrow's men
a g Or* and women the beginning of another period in the training schedule that
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FIILDAY, SEPTEMBjEll 2, 1938 .;1

SHELLEY AND XALL RETURN I building concrete forms the first STOPPING FARM ACCIDENTSThe final decree on the 5th day of Sept- shall have been published in the man-
ember A.
FROM TRIP TO NASSAUT. of this weec. The span between hours of D.sale 1938 sell, duringthe to the highest legal ner provided by law where the matteror
of is considereda and best bidder for thing to be affected may be situated .
each bent piling American farmer works cash at the front which
notice shall be published
door of the
B. Shelley and Campbell Nall I good day's concrete pour andif many' hours a day, and with little of LaBelle Court Florida House, the In following the City In the manner provided by law at

I are returning today from a stay of i that pace can be maintained !twill resistance, surrenders a tenth of described property being and located Into least i the thirty Legislature days prior of to introduction such bill. '
in the City of LaBelle, any
I Florida
several days in Nassau on businessfor only require five days to complete his earnings to accidental injuries. All the Stock and fixtures ,in to-wit the The evidence that such notice has been

the Clewiston Motor Company. the floor. Handrails may Last 'year': accidents killed over Drug Store known as Royer's Cut Legislature published shall before be such established bill shall in the be "'
Rate Store, situated in j
They are making the trip from the be placed and final dressing done 4,400 persons and injured several ,Building, LaBelle Florida.. the Forrey I,passed and such evidence shall be ,

island to the coast by Pan-Ameri- after the floor is in place. hundred thousand others on Am- Said sale being made to satisy the filed office or of preserved the with the bill in the ,
terms of said final decree. Secretary of State in /
can plane.Federal. erican farms.Fallsfront. J. :M. COUSE. such manner as the Legislature shall
!' 1 Special Master provide, and the fact that such notice
: MacKenzie Moves i ladders, haymows, LOUIS O. GRAVELY was established in the Legislature
Court- hay-stacks windmills, and roofs-- Solicitor for Complainant shall In every case be recited upon the .
Journals of the Senate and of tho
Aug. 19 26
Machines To are responsible for thousands of Sept. 2. House of Representatives; PROVIDED .

.r I Venice I injuries and many deaths on farms. I such, however law 'shall, no be publication required hereunder of any

(Continued from nape 1) I Inspect a ladder before using I[ NOTICE 0V ELECTION when such law contains a provision /

court. The cattlemen contendedthat Fred McKenzie moved two of it-a rotten rung may result in CONSTITUTIONAL to the effect that the same shall not
I; become
land AMENDMENTS or effective until
the original owner of the his big draglines this week serious injury. ratified
| WHEREAS, the legislature of 1937 or approved at a referendum
covered by the easements had the through the Caloosahatchee canal When working on a windmill, under the Constitution of 1885, of the election to be called and held In the
I State of Florida, did territory affected in accordance with ,
of the lands if it pass four Joint
privilege using from Okeechobee to Venice where have a safety rope around the body Resolutions proposing amendments to a provision therefor contained in such

did not interfere with the govern- they: will be placed on a job which' and attached to cross beams. the Constitution of the State of Flor bill, or provided by general law. ''
ment's work and asserted that the I ida, and the same were agreed to by
his company has there. The ma- Children are often injured when : a vote of three fifths of all the mem- A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing- '.;,
cattle did not harm the levee. chines have been stored at Okee- they strike pitchfork tines when bers elected to each house; that tho an Amendment to Section 2 of Article 'i
As soon as word wasl received votes on said Joint Resolutions wero IX of the Constitution of Florida Relating _
chobee since. the completion of the sliding off a haystack. Never leavea entered upon their respective Journals, to Taxation and Finance by

here that the injunction had been Taylors' Creek project several pitchfork lying around or cov- with the yeas and nays thereon,' and Adding Thereto a Requirement That ;:.JJYIP. '

dissolved the Paul H. Smith Com- months ered when not in they did determine and direct that the Legislature Shall Provide for ,', .5 "
ago. up use.
the said Joint Resolutions be Raising Revenue to
submitted Defray State Ap'f' "
pany made plans to begin at once I Gears belts to the electors of the State propriations Made for
Three tugs were required to pull whirling flywheels, at the the Benefit of -tt
to the fence in the disputed General Election in November the Uniform System of Public '
complete I ensilage 'cutters shellers and 1938. Free ;:t. .
the two barges on which the ma- NOW THEREFORE, I, R. A. Gray, Schools, and of the State Institutions "k '. :
area, the only portion of chines were loaded, the "'. G.I threshing machines are farm machinery Secretary of State of the State of of Higher Learning as a Part of the ,I '::-'':'.f..: ,
their contract which has not been hazards which take toll Florida, do hereby give notice that a expenses of the State on an Equal- ., : ',I.-,
Langford owned by: Dave Irelandof GENERAL ELECTIONwill ity Therewith. .....
completed.' A short section of some Fort Myers and the B. B. Sand-I of life and limb. Loose shirt sleeves be held in each county in Florida BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE ;'.
nine or ten miles at Okeechobeewas around result on Tuesday next succeeding the first OF THE STATE OF FLOR "
last and 'f8.and Clara belonging to the: machinery may in the :Monday in November, A. D. 1938, the IDA: That the following amendment :.
completed Tuesday
I. Atlantic Dredging Co. The tugs loss of an arm or life. Keep gears said Tuesday being the of Section 2 of Article IX of the Constitution \ :: '
it is believed that the area cover enclosed. Drive uprights alongside EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER of Florida relating to tax- .;1_....
were under the command of Frank ation and finance "
for the ratification be and the'same is :
ed by the injunction, about four or rejection of the :
Swearinger. belts to keep: them in place. In- said Joint Resolutions proposing hereby agreed to and shall be sub- : : .,:
miles, can be completed by the amendments mitted to the qualified electors of ',
spect seats on tractors, mowers, to the Constitution of the the j .'
first of next week. A J. S. Public Health cruiser, State of Florida, viz: State of Florida for ratification or .- .
and other potentially dangerous A JOINT RESOLUTION rejection at the next ensuing general \
the also the Proposing
Q-ll passed through
Gene Miller is left in of election to be
charge held
implements before using them. the Amendment of Section 7 of Article in November, 1938.
the completion of the fencing L. L. waterway Monday en route to New X of the Constitution Relating to the' That is to say that Section 2 of Article .
Orleans from Baltimore. It Have a tool house and ]keep the Exemption of Homesteads from Tax- IX of the Constitution of Florida be
was a'
Langford, the superintendent of tools in it for-protection of tools ation. and the ame is hereby amended so
the job up to the present time I trim forty foot craft under the com BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- as to red as follows:
and yourself. LATURE OF THE STATE OF "Section 2. The Legislature shall
mand of J. R. Galloway. FLOR-
having left yesterday morning for Animals are responsible for many IDA: That the following amendment provide for raising revenue to defray
Sarasota where the company will I .of Section 7 of Article X of the Con the expenses of the State Including.
farm accidents. Remember, a bullis stitution of the State of Florida state appropriations for the benefit
begin at once the construction of Rose Garden Owners always dangerous and don't try to the exemption of homesteads relating of schools the uniform system of public free

a warehouse for the Seaboard Air from taxation be, and the same i is provided In accordance with
to lead one except by a stick firmly hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted Article XII of the Constitution, and
Line Railroad. Take Over PropertyFrom : attached to a ring in his nose. to the electors of the State of the State Institutions of Higher
Carawan Nelson of the Engineer at the General Election of Representa- Learning, for each fiscal year, and also
Hold a portable gate in front of atives in 1938, for approval or rejec- a sufficent sum to pay the principle '
officer here attended the' court you when entering the pen of a tion; that is to say that the said and interest of the" existing indebtedness '
hearing in Jacksonville. No testi- ( Moore Haven Democrat) Section 7 of Article X of the Constitution of the State.
sow and her new litter. Speak to' be amended ,
so as to read
mony was taken: he said, Judge Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Swinney, of I a horse before entering his stall. follows: as I A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing
Akerman to the Every person who has the an Amendment to Article XIV of the
merely listening Ashland Ky., who purchased the legal titleor
Frequently inspect saddles and Constitution of Florida
beneficial title in Relating to
presentment of the cases by the Mason Rose Garden owned by the I harness for broken straps or buck property in this State equity and. who to real resides the State Militia by Adding Thereto

attorneys for the Government and late'V.. V. Mason the first of les. Don't thereon and in good faith makes an Additional Section Specially applicable -
strange dog to the
the same his or her Federally Recognized
permanent home,
for Lykes Bros. March of this year arrived here and keep your dog in the yard at or the permanent home of another or Troops Guard.Known as the Florida National '

the latter part of last week to others legally or naturally dependent
to him from BE IT
I night prevent becoming upon said person, shall be entitled RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -
make their home on the place and OF THE STATE OF
Clewiston Takes- a sheep-killer and a nuI an exemption from all taxation, except FLORIDA -
: That the
to assume active management! cf I siance to others. for assessments for special to Article following amendment
\ up to the assessed valuation benefitS'1 I XIV of the Constitution of
the' rose garden. They were ac I Too much moisture in stored hay Thousand Dollars on the said hem Florida relating to the State Militia

(Continued from page 1) companied here by their son. will combustion. |1 and contiguous real property:-a sU defined by adding thereto an additional Section -
'spontaneous to be known
II in Article 10, Section 1, 'of the as Section 5 of said
bee. The sale of the place was hand- Don't, store hay when it is too Constitution for the year 1939 and Article the XIV specially applicable to

Manager Pete Chagaris, states that led by W. E. Daniel, executor of green and be sure the storage placeis ,the thereafter.entireties Said Jointly title ,may or in be common held by known federally as the recognized National Guard State is troops hereby -

he is attempting to schedule games the Mason estate and a brother- not leaking. I with others, and said exemption may agreed to and shall be submitted

with East Coast teams which will in-law of Mrs. Swinney. In the interim Keep gasoline, kerosene, and owners be apportioned as shall reside among thereon such, as of their the for to the ratification electors of or the rejection State of at Florida the

continue the weekly games throughout between the sale and the other inflammable, or explosive respective interests shall appear, but next 1938. General follows Election to be held in

September. The game Sunday, Swinney's arrival here Mr. and material in plainly marked con-"Thousand no such exemption Dollars shall of more be allowed than Five to "Section as 5. FLORIDA: NATIONAL

if arranged, will probably be with Mrs. Daniel have continued oper- tainers and keep them away from any one person or any one dwelling GUARD.aVlnetrerer there shall
Lake Worth or Slater. I I house, nor shall the amount of the be in the State of Florida a federally
ation of the rose garden.
the house and barn. Burn rubbish (exemption' allowed recognized National Guard, the same
any exceed
The lineup for Sunday's game was Mr. and Mrs. Swinney plan tot only on still days and at a safe the proportionate assessed valuation shall the lawful be sui generis and subject tc
orders of
based on the interest owned the Governor
as follows: continue active operation of the distance from buildings.Don't person. The Legislature by such] who shall be Commander in Chief.
Moore Ib, R. Hooks 2b W. ; may prescribe (b) The National Guard shall be
; appropriate and sup-
..gardensand have planned a program stand under a tree or neara reasonable laws regu

Hooks ss; Hare, 3b; Bell If; I of exiansion in the near fu- fence and keep away from machinery lating right to the said manner exemption.of establishing the of ported Florida and pursuant maintained to by provisions the state of

Roberts cf; Hawkins, rf; Avant p; ture. during a thunderstorm.Don't law prescribed for organizing, arming,
and Clark In the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing governing and discipling said National
c. second
game strike matches or smoke 'I Guard in accordance
an Amendment to Section 21 of Article with the Acts of \.
the only changes were Ward in Farabee Arrests iin the barn. Hang lanterns a safe 'I 3 of the Constitution of the State of ed Congress States and regulations of the Unit- c
War ...
Florida Department thereunto *
Relating to the
rightfield and Baker pitching. I distance from the ceiling and hay. I Notice of Intention to Pass Publication Local or of pertaining. (c) Officers of the federally -

I Don't enter a silo too soon afterit Special Laws. I' recognized National Guard, including -
Game Violator BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS the Adjutant General, shall
New $28,000- has been filled (it is 'dangerous LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR be appointed, and shall be subject to

I for at least a week afterward) and IDA: That the following amendment suspension, discharge, removal or com-
to Section 21 of Article 3 of pulsory retirement as such, solely on
I t' (From Moore Haven Democrat) always lower a lighted lantern intoa of the State of Florida the Constitution a the basis of military proficiency, clears -

( Continued from page 1) 'I C. E. Guess a resident of Moore well before descending into it; amended at the general election in acter and service, as determined according -
army regulations and
will not be tied to 1928, be, and the same is hereby agreed usages
the walls
of the Haven and an employee of the a freshly filled silo contains pois- to and shall be submitted for ratification sanctioned by law, anything in this

building, merely floating on this United ''States Sugar corporation, onous gas and a well is often or rejection by the qualified Constitution to the contrary notwithstanding -
(d) The qualification, of officers
fill to avoid cracking in case of I I I for the dan-I electors of the' State.of Florida voting and -
any was arrested last week by Game gerous same reason nt the general election to be neld in : soldiers of the Federally

slight settlement.The Wjarden Sam' Farabee for shooting lantern will 'go out if gas 'is November, A. D. 1938; that is to say, I prescribed Recognized in National Guard shall be '

fumigating room will be equipped ent in the well)/. that Section 21 of Article 3 of the promulgated in military regulations
I quail out of season. He was caught Constitution of the State of Florida accordance with the

with a .combination electric by Mr. Farabee v near Palmdale shall be amended so as to read as War general Department.specifications" of the U.. S.
and wind-driven ventilator and the [: shooting the birds with a .22 caliber Medical and hospital bills for Section: 21. In all cases enumerated The votes cast in compliance with

maian storage room will have, three 11: rifle. the care of home accident victims in the preceding Section, all laws said proposed amendments, and the

wind-driven ventilators sixty inches last almost $2,000- shall be general and of uniform oper canvass, declarations and returns
Guess plead guilty in countyjudge's year averaged ation throughout the State, but In all thereof, shall be subject to the same
in diameter, with dampers.All 000 a day and every day scores of cases not enumerated or excepted in regulations and restrictions as are
partitions and ceilings will I court Saturday morningand new were filled by such that Section, the Legislature may passspecial provided by law for general elections
graves (
was given a fine of fifty dollars I. or local laws, except as now in the State of Florida
be of stucco on steel lath and steel and costs by County Judge Jas. accidents, according to findingsof or hereafter otherwise provided in the IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF.

studs. ,Only offices, storage rooms the :Department of Commerce.A Constitution; PROVIDED that no I have hereunto set my;
M. Couse: local or special bill shall be passed, nor hand and affixed the Great
and fumigating .rooms will be i ceil- good motto to correct these shall any local or special law establish (SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida -

ed. conditions is, "Find it; fix it." ing or abolishing municipalities, or at Tallahassee, the Cap-
I providing for their government, juris ital, this the
Fire Out Of Control 30th day of
The foundation is of strong rein To "fix it" is the better prac- I diction and 'powers, or altering or July, A. D., 1938R. .

forced concrete and pilasters will tice challenge of every good house- amending the same, be passed, unless A. GRAY. -

;also be of reinforced concrete. Ends In Mans ArrestFrom keeper.. Here are some ways of notice of intention to apply therefor '. t Secretary of State.

The pilasters are also battered to making the home safer: I

give greater wind resistance to thebuilding. Line loose rugs so they will )
I ( Moore Haven Democrat) I ,
lie flat and not slip on polished
Eli Yoder, a former resident of I
Contractors on the building are I. floors. \ Jt3 about time to
Moore Haven, was arrested here
also at present constructing ; the I Use less wax and rub it in S' ,
Tuesday by Fire Warden M. A. -
new office building for the U. S. more carefully.Put temind
Summers and charged with set- you. ...
Engineers. They are expected to shoes on chairs or under
kK fTM
ting a fire in South Bay which O
complete the new warehouse on or bed at night.
destroyed one small building and '
before the expiration of their con- Put the furniture in place before -

tract time.Road endangered several others. going to bed. y

II The fire occured 1\londay'and I I Teach children to put toys away

29 Bridge Is I officers concluded that Yoder had when they finish playing.

headed for Moore Haven. A telephone -
Soap or water in the bathtub
was sent'' to Mr. I
on tile floors or linoleum causes I

NearlyCompleted I Summers and he made the arrest many falls which could easily I ,. .............'. ...
within fifteen minutes after it was rubber YOU cant afford to
be prevented by using a I ., procrastinate
1'he'only received. With a negro helper Yo- mat for the tub washable bathroom I
bridge in the first 'I much in
der is understood to have been longer starting to save a
section of the Road 29' construction I rugs, and ,by immediately

an eighty-foot concrete I-beam burning off some land without a wiping up all SPillEd liquids. portion of your income..and ,invest j
permit. The fire got out of controlin '
span on timber piling set oppositeto )RRE" it
wisely. during
the upstairs oU'\\ your
the government culvert No. 5 dry grass and it requiredthe FOR RENT-i-Furnished : t

in Nicodemous Slough, is rapidly combined efforts of the cit bedroom suitable for one or two O\'J\, ? ot-\ years. The slogan/Save and Nave. ,

nearing completion and workmenfor izens'of the south lake community persons. Phone 37u or call al RA'4\' G s be old-fashioned' but the
to the blaze beforeit Williamson. ,
the Ebersbach Construction extinguish premises. F. L. SS

Company were confident that some, destroyed a goodly portion of I 6ts sible people that follow it are the

concrete would be poured on the'' the town. LEGAL NOTICES .I P s A9lo happy ones you meet. We'll gladly

floor Yoder taken _
this week. was to Pahokeeand .
I INO'I'ICI ,.... with
The driving of the long creosoted turned over to officers and I you our time-tried,

piling is regarded as the prin- will probably be given a hearingin I : and profitable savings plans.

cipal part of such bridge construc- West Palm Beach county court. Notice Is. hereby given that the un-
tion and these der jgned, by virtue of a Final Do-
were finished last cree entered on the 17th day: of Aug-
week. The channel has been Florida ust, A. D 1038. by the Honorable Clewiston Federal
highways will be crowded W. T. Harrison, Judge of the Circuit Savings
dredged out to
the required width over the Labor; Day holiday. Court in and for Hendry County,
and depth caps and beams have Florida in that certain cause wherein '
been Drive carefully, cautions the Flor-j:t A. L. Taylor is Complainant and and Loan Association
placed aIid carpenters began ida Safety Council: Carl E, Royer ia defendant, I will as :r '1
Special Master appointed in slid