The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00709
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00709
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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,..-....c. ; CLEWISTON TIGERS FIVE NEGROES ARE Sugar Corporation Agricultural Officials To .

r,<<; Offers $1,000 In PrizesIn

WIN 13-6 FROMM. DROWNED WHEN CAR Be Guests At Inn TonightSeminole

order to awaken the peopleof

/ H. TERRIERS GOES INTO CANAL Florida to the possibilites of .,-
I I the state as a sugar producing
':f.\t/, section, the United States Sugar Building SUGAR CORPORATION WILL
One of the most horrible auto- GIVE DINNER IN THEIR
;;L r;;:',: Hervey Bourne's run' around left mobile accidents' to occur here in Corporation is offering $1,000.00 in HONOR AT 7:00
; -r;; end for a touchdown in the clos- recent years resulted in the drown- prizes to Florida junior high stu- New Kitchen Additions
,-:: ;-.:_ ': ing minutes of the final quarter dents for the best essay on "What' I
ing of three and two
negro women
Delegates to the
i 21st
:..-y' Sugar Production Means to Flor- annual
; was the winning margin for the I small negro children Wednesday I ,
, 1. : _." Clewiston Tigers over the Moore I morning about nine o'clock. The ida". This contest is open to alli J. F. Tippey began construction convention of the national associ-

::,. Haven Terriers in their game played accident occurred at Smoak's .Corner -i I Florida junior high school stu- this week of an addition to the ation of commissioners, secretariesand
this afternoon on the Moore two miles south of Moore Haven dents. Entry blanks and details can S Seminole Drug Department Shop directors of agriculture, some
Haven field. This touchdown brokea road 67. One be secured from their teachers.The for D. G. Alston which will be''
on woman
escaped sixty-one in number, are expectedto
6-6 deadlock, a pass conversionwas I by climbing through a win- contest opened November 15, used upon completion as a kitchen I
good and the game ended with and closes on December 1, 1938. for the store. It will be twenty by. arrive in Clewiston late this

the Tigers on the big end of a dow.The four -women were from Clew- Students can secure a free book- thirty feet, built to the same height afternoon and be guests at a spec-
13-S count. The final whistle end- Iston and Lake Harbor and were let from local grocers, "Florida's as the present building and follow ial dinner to be' given in their

ed another touchdown march for on their way to, pick beans in a Sugar ,Bowl in the Everglades," the same architectural design., I j honor this evening at the Clewis-
the Tigers, the game ending with field ,in the Benbow area. The 36 containing helpful information Mrs. Alston states that the sand- ton Inn. The convention
; the ball resting on the Moore Haven model V-8 Ford coach was drivenby about the history of sugar produc- wich and luncheon business which was heldin
( #. a three-yard marker. Eva Taylor, about 35, of Lake tion in the state. This booklet is the store enjoys has grown sot I Miami and closed Wednesdaynight
-' A large crowd of Clewiston fans Harbor, Ethel Boatright of CleW- published by the refiners of Dixie large that the present kitchen space I with Nathan Mayo, Florida's

made the trip to Moore Haven and iston was in the front seat with Crystals Sugar, to assist in writing is too small for efficient service.) commissioner or agriculture, being
-- saw a determined Terrier sextet her, a 'woman named Serena Gavin, this essay, because all raw sugar When the new addition, is completea elected president of the to
: fight doggedly to chalk up their mother of the two boys, the boys produced in' the Everglades are portion' of what ''is now the rear' succeed A. A. Brock of California.The group .
and another named Rachel refined into Dixie Crystals Sugar. wall of the building will' be i
., first victory of the season over the woman into I' group of agricultural offi-
("::, .. Tigers A march to the Tiger goal Robinson all of Lake Harbor' 'were out and doorways provided ;, cials, with nearly every state rep
. the new kitchen. The present kitchen -
., line was repulsed on several oc- in the rear seat. resented, were entertained in Miami -
casions only by stubborn defensive Ethel Boatright, the youngest cf NEW WAREHOUSE IS space will besed as'a sto'rage' -,' Thursday with a trip down
work of the Tiger linesmen' with the women, who escaped the fate space. the Key West highway as far as
,. Bud 'Vaughn coming in from halfback -I of the other five ,by crawling The addition extends all the way Bahia Honda bridge, returning to
:.:" : to smear the Terrier offenseon through the open window, said that COMPLETED MOVINGOF back to the post-office alley. (I :Miami at four that afternoon. This

several occasions. the car was headed north and was ; l morning they were scheduled to
The first quarter of the game I to have turned into the Benbow Mrs. W. D. Horne Dies be taken on a sight-seeing trip of
I ended with neither team having road. The car was making about STOCK IS BEGUNThe Miami and vicinity" starting at 8:30
been able to score but from the I fifty or fifty-five miles an hour Enroute To MilwaukeeMrs. and ending at 11:30. Their schedule -
Terrier 19 yard 'line, where the when the woman driving appliedher called for leaving Miami at
ball ,rested as the quarter ended, brakes to make the turn, but fine new warehouse for the I lone' o'clock, arriving in West Palm
Winn, after two attempted passes was unable to slow down enough, commissary' department of ,the Unit W. D. Horne, wife of Dr. Beach at three and spending an
had 'failed, carried to the Terrierone the car going on past the' bridge, ed States' Sugar Corporation has W. D. Horne, agronomist in the hour there on a'sightseeing trip
:yard stripe for a first down down the embankment and into the been completed by Chalker and laboratories of the United States of the Palm' Beaches. From Palm
and Stone carried over on the first canal, bottom-side' up, on the north Lund, ,Palm Beach contractors, and Sugar Corporation here, died Tues Beach they were to head directly
play. Vaughn drop-kick was blocked. side of the bridge. Ethel said she on Thursday afternoon of this day night on the train between for .Clewiston' and 'are expected to
The remainder of the half was had a terrific struggle to get week stock began moving from the Jacksonville and Nashville whileen arrive here about six o'clock and
scoreless with both teams fighting through the thick hyacinths to old warehouse into the new and route to 'the home of her daughter be :taken immediately to the sugar
hard and the complexion' of the the surface of the water and when modern structure. Mrs. T. L. Eschweiler in Mil- house for an inspection of the
game changing with great rapidity she did climbed on top of the H.: C. Kolstad, in, charge of the waukee, Wisconsin. Mrs. Eisch- raw sugar manufacture before din-
as passes were completed by, both overturned car 'and waited for commissary department, states that weiler was with her at the time, ner. Should they be later in arriving

: l :' sides and end runs sent the ball someone to pass. Fisher Ange, foreman the moving of the stock and office the two leaving_. .Clewiston. ,Monday, it is probable. that, the visit to
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.' ,. back ,and forth from one end of ,for: the U.,__ S.. S. .C.> at Benbow equipment' ,:;;from,-:the old warehouse night., : -*-'-" --' --1- w the T sug r"hous' will be, deferredntil ,
the field to the other.. Plantation was 'the first to pass without disruption ',of" daily routine ,Mrs. Home had. : been, in ill health after the 'dinner. -

A long pass from Leath to Boe and he stopped, found what.'was, will require ';;several days and thatit for several years and it is said A large number of vegetable and
wrong and hurried for help to get will likell be the middle of next that the thought that the Florida cane growers of the area have been
paved the way for the Terriers lone,
touchdown, Boe taking the pass ,the others out. It was close to week before,_the move is completed. climate might prove beneficial had invited to attend the dinner and
on the Clewiston thirty 'and carry- three-quarters of an hour before been instrumental' in causing Dr. talks will be made by Jay W. Mo-
ing to the twelve as the quarter the bodies were removed from the Although there is some paintingto Horne to -accept the position with ran on "Sugar in the Everglades",
"} ended. On the first play in the car and were placed side, by sideon be ,done to steel'framework and the sugar corporation here. They by J. E. Beardsley on "Vegetablesin
tk;; final quarter Sealey' carried to the the embankment under an awning all of the, automatic ventilatorsare had only been in Clewiston a coupleof the Everglades" and R. E. Kurtzon
Tiger four, a pass was incompleteon to await the arrival of a negro not, yet: installed, the remain- weeks and Mrs. Eschweiler came "Co-operative Farming in the
the second down and on the I undertaker from Belle Glade. ing work :is not expected to cause here to visit them ,at the Inn last Everglades." Another talk was expected -
third Sealey carried over around The mother of the boys was much disruption to moving. Corporation week. from Mr. Sherkillson of the
right end. Their place kick was i about 30 years of age as was the ,workmen are now busy The couple moved here from ; Miami Herald and considered like- '
,blocked. I woman named Rachel. The boys landscaping the grounds around the Beech Creek, Pa., ahd the body I ly that a few impromptu talks'
were aged about one ,and two years. new building and within a few was removed from the' train at I would- be made by Mr. Mayo and
;,- ': ,:. "'. The Tiger defense clicked nicely I Moore Haven Democrat. months this structure and groundswill Nashville and prepared ,for ShiP-I l others in the group of' visiting: of-
in the closing minutes and the
be another Clewiston show- ment and burial at that place. ficials.
i.", punt of Boe was hurried on his Clewisto.n'Tuesday \
left night ,
; Eighteen Golfers Are place. (. Horne The group of men and women are
.p'- own goal line and the ball wasj' Beech Creek.
The new building is located more for travelling in 'a motor coach and
taken back, to the Moore Haven
Qualified In TourneyThe than a quarter of a mile northwest Although Dr. and Mrs. Horne had after spending the night at the Inn
16 from where it was carried over .
been residents of Clewiston onlya
of the sugar house where the old will leave here at nine-thirty tomorrow -
-,"."';.J( by Bourne fo'r the final tally. R warehouse was located and is a short time they' had formed many morning up the Ridge to
: ', ,While several players were injured Everglades Medal Play little' more than halfway to the acquaintances and friends who I Bok Tower, and i into. Orlando to
',>' slightly in play, the game Championship, being played over east end of the Harlem village. It were profoundly shocked by news spend the night. The: Sunday trip
was exceptionally clean and only of the sudden death of Mrs. Horne. will include visit to Silver Springsand
the Clewiston Golf Club links, got is completely isolated from other a
two penalties were called, both on
", under way in earnest last Sunday buildings and the coming and, go- to Gainesville before going on
Clewiston, one for clipping, fifteen
, :" with eighteen hopefuls turning in ing of produce trucks and the! Tigers To Entertain to Jacksonville.
: 's; yards, and one for an off-side play.
qualifying rounds. movement of freight will in no
', Clewiston Starting: line-ups Stone, were fullback as ,follows Winn:, Most notable of the day's play way hamper regular mill routine.It I Boca Grande Thursday Beardsley To ,Plant
was Ralph Kirk's hole-in-one on is of concrete block constductionwith
quarterback, Vaughn, halfback, -
Redish, right end, Waldron, center the 135 yard third hole. The Bel Id windows taking up half of Next Thursday (Thanksgiving) I Avacado Acreage
I : and Owen, left end. Moore Haven: Glade boy, playing in a foursome the wall space on three sides to the Boca Grande Tarpons will invade -
halfback with A l'thurV.ells, Lou Bctzner, provide plenty of light and ventilation Clewiston in an effort to
Sealey, full back, Lundy I
Leath, quarterback, Adkins and and Emmett Shelley, used a No. 7 ., Large wind ventilators are duplicate their feat, performed on J. E. Beardsley, who at the
Boe, ends and Close, center. Substitutions iron to dump in the first ace of placed in the roof at necessary their home field three weeks ago, Beardsley farm in the' Ritta vicinity -
for Clewiston included, his golfing career. Kirk also did points to provide a maximum in lof beating the Clewiston Tigers. is proving the advantages of
Bourne for Vaughn, Lang for Owen, an abrupt about face in playinghis ventilation 'for 'the structure. Office The Tigers are just as determinedthat diversified farming in the Ever-
Hooker for Stone, Davis for Wald- first qualifying ,round, doing rooms are located across the frontof they will avenge their only glades, plans to plant an' additional
the first nine in a nasty 50 and the 'and in avacadoes during
ron. For Moore Haven: Stewart for building which faces toward defeat of the .season so far eight acres
Adkins, Waller for Close, Lee for coming home with a 40. the north. In the rear of the main the game should be one of the this winter. As an experiment he
Sealey. Arthur Wells led a brigade of storage room on the south side of most interesting of the season. I his also planning to plant several
four who had turned in the full the building is an enclosed driveway Because of the fact that the varieties of rare tropical fruit treesif
quota of 36 qualifying holes. Wells of the same construction as game makes it necessary for the available.On .
Two Boys BurnedIn had 88-82-170. Tom Shelley of the main building into which two Boca Grande boys to be far from a two or three acre tract now
Clewiston led the 18 hole boys ,with large trailer-type, trucks can be their homes on Thanksgiving Day I in avacadoes, Mr. Beardsley has
Mill Accidents 38-44-82.' driven at once and be unloaded in and because the members of both the following varieties growing,
I Qualifying play of 36 holes will any kind of weather without_ fear teams will be prevented, by train- Booth, WSnsJowson, Taylor, Linda,
continue through this week and of damage to the load. Floors are ing rules, from indulging their appetites Collission, Itzamna, Trapp, Waldln,
'i.... .. Maxwell Holder, a young man over next Sunday. After that the of concrete. at Thanksgiving luncheon, Pollock, Lulu and other, seedling
from Alabama working for the sec- boys will be grouped into flights a dinner has been planned for that varieties. He has found from ex.
ond season at the sugar house of of eight each, according to quali- Ralph Kirk MakesHoleInOne evening which will be prepared In perimentation that the Taylor and
the U. S. Sugar Corporation here fying scores, and will battle it the home economics room at the Lula are probably the hardiest
and James Akin, Clewiston, are recovering out over another 36 hole route of SundayRalph school and served in the science trees and possess greatest resistance
in the Clewiston Hospital medal play 'for the championship. laboratory to the members of the to cold. Most of these varieties
from the effects of burns receivedat Only the last 36 hole scoring will, two teams and their coaches. are large fruit and are difficult -

the sugar house during the past count, the first 36 constituting Kirk, of Belle Glade, real The dinner will include roast tur- I to obtain from nurseries: the
two weeks. qualifying; places only. ized every golfer's ambition to make key and all the trimmings which go northern market preferring a smaller -
Mr. Akin was burned about two Last Sunday's scores: .a hole-in-one, playing on the local to make up a real Thanksgivingmeal fruit so plans have not as yet
I weeks ago by live steam' about the 36 holes; course Sunday.: Kirk, using a num- and the boys will have ample been completed as to the varieties
I abdomen, thighs and arms while i iI Arthur Wells 8882170.Lou ber 7 iron, had the pleasure of opportunity to make up for the which will be planted.In .
I Mr. Holden's burns were received I II Betzner 88-88-17G. ,watching his drive roll in the cup time lost at the luncheon hour with a letter to a Homestead nurse-
I when a cane juice evaporator boil- H. Land 9890188.C. on the 135 yard number 3 h&le. appetites whetted by a keen gamein ry recently Mr. Beardsley commented -
ed over about a week ago. His V. Parkinson 96-96-192. Kirk was playing in a foursome i the afternoon. The id.ea for the on the' fact that he now has
burns were over much the same 18 holes; with Arthur Wells and Lou Betz' dinner is credited to G, E. Miner, Trapp avacadoes on his table daily
portions of the body as those of Tom Shelley 38-44-82. ner of Belle Glade and Emmett Clewiston school board member and the answering comment was
Mr. Akin. While the burns were E. M. "Doc" VanLandingham- Shelley of Clewiston. The match who hopes to maKe thi! an annual that they were much surprised as
, severe they were not dangerous 42-84. was part of the qualifying rounds(? custpm in the Clew ton school the latest fruit they had had from
t !.i, and it is, believed that they will Emmett Shelley 43-44-87, of the Everglades Medal Play and will insure 'a homo earno each their troes at tho nursery was on
, : soon completely recover (Continued!! on-'page 8) Championship. year on the Thanksgiving holiday, October 14.

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-Weekly News ReviewU. Uncle Plzl George May Not See I

HEALTH S. Turns to 'Price Policing' Practical Way to Saw 1

gtE1: "George, go find me a clothe
In Anti-Monopoly Campaign prop," ordered the good wife,

O Progress made in perfecting busy with her washing.The .

La ling Man Is a Thinking Being husband found one he
aids for
new scientific fly Joseph. thought suitable, but it had no i
Every man thinks, whether h fork at the' top for holding tha
; hard-of-hearing. Business federal surplus commodities corpo- will or not; all, he can do is to line, so he asked ,his neighbor, aScot I
ration. All such sales have
gone turn his thoughts the best
Dr. James W. BartonWHEN Government prosecution of com- way. to lend him a stepladder."I .
By through regular trade channels.But An
: impossible man is one' '
restraint of want to get to th' top o' th'prop
binations in alleged
wheat export has become who hasn't a bit of foolishnessin
a to cut a 'V' in't," he said.
first "trustbusting"in
glasses were trade was known as
disgusting business. Since every makeup. His friend eyed him disdainfully."Ye 1
the main thoughtwas the days of President Benjamin Citizens of
wheat-producing 'nation seems to all nations always
anti- are th' kind o' mon that
Harrison. In 1890 the Sherman
to magnify or enlarge trust law hacking at financial have a surplus this year, the export pay for neglect in supervising the gets some folks a name for being

print or other objects so that octopi in began what was shown to be a market is glutted. In early Novem- affairs of government. daft," he grumbled. "What do j

they could be more readilyseen. legitimate campaign to keep American ber, Liverpool prices were the low- Done by DegreesOne ye want a step-ladder for to cut a'V' i
est since 1933-34. At such time
i' th' ? Haven't th'sense
from killing itself by does not graduate from prop ye
Gradually glasses were industry a I
the real wa's'obvious when
mushroomed purpose school of learning in a hurry. to lean it against the side I
improved so that shortsight- growth. AAA's Francis A. Wilcox left for Calmness of desperation has o' the hoose an' cut it wi a saw
Modern trust-busting is an out- no
edness or longsightednesswas Europe ostensibly to "study agri- gratification in it. oot o' th' bedroom window?" I INO
growth of the New Deal. Its in- II
cultural conditions. Observers are II I
corrected, then astigmatism tended victim is not the monopo- betting that Mr. Wilcox is really 1 I II

(where rays of light do listic trust of bygone days, but usu- attempting to find European buyersfor Doll's Wardrobe Is I

not focus to a single point ally a group of powerful corpora- U. S. wheat, and that the gov-

due to a defect in the curva- tions though which dominate the 1938 an model industry.But trust. ernment may enter business as a di- Easy, Quick to Knit ONE IS -I

ture of the lens of the eye) buster can be credited with success rect exporter .of wheat.

then weakness of any of the (17 victories, 12 cases still pending, Meanwhile, Secretary of Agriculture yi +''.. "4l IMMUNE TO :
A. Wallace received
muscles controlling the eye- out of 42 filed since March 4, 1933) Henry en-
for his "domestic
he might also be charged with mak- couragement
vision ;
ball; finally dumping" farm program which con- ACIDINDIGESTION
ing political capital of his job.
lenses, one for reading and one for gress will debate next January. Call-
Thus it has been hinted that So-
distance were produced and final- ing for government subsidy of sur-
licitor General Robert H. Jackson
ly contact lenses. plus farm products for home con-
which are fitted be- once an assistant attorney general, sumption, the program has received : 'L i

S.:n4 }, ., neath the eyelidsand m. .. "endorsement of objective" from I
t r J .
Rr "yf v.
do away with } Idaho's Sen. William E. Borah. Denouncing -
fstY;.::';. r the need of frames.It *r' the economic puzzle that
would seem that' lets Americans starve' in a land of

there is the same pr I plenty, Mr. Borah said: "I am in- R
process of develop- formed that 25 per cent of our young
ment of progress ,.F men between ,the ages of 17 and 25
giving aid to those would be unfit for army service in 1
who are hard of case of war because of the want of
hearing. We all remember nutrition during their youth."

the largeDr. ', :JS
Barton horn that the hardof 55< v.iyk: rl YMs'g S\ 'f L? InternationalJapan Pattern 1203.
hearing carriednot I
once offered an excuse for A doll's wardrobe for '
so many years ago, which was i a regulation '
held toward anyone trying to speakto her Chinese aggression. To com- I 14 and 18 inch doll is easily 'di I

them. Just as the first glasses S 55a .%zyt plaints that she had violated the made when the little dress is just ::.>: N-- : "..;;-"
magnified, or increased the abilityto nine-power treaty guaranteeing Chi- I two identical pieces coat and
see an object so the horn in- ( J na's integrity, Tokyo used to an- tam, mainly in stockinette stitch. But Why Suffer? Here's
S < < swer that she had taken no terri- Use up your left-over wool! Pat-
creased or gathered the sound so q 1t
that it could be more readily heard. tory for annexation, therefore, had tern 1203 contains ,directions for how you can "Alkalize"anytimeanywherethe ,

Then followed various types of hear- not violated the treaty. If someone making coat, tam and dress :
charged her with violating the Kel- shown illustrations of them and
( ;
ing aids, electrical and mechanical, '
some of which helped certain cases oa ,.f,x. 0S'day ya y .y y} logg-Briand pact against war, Japan of all stitches used; material n- easy "Phillips' way! ;
answered that: the pact said quirements.Send .
but in others.
were unsatisfactory WHY SUFFER from headaches
_._ __ ,
% do wrT,4aw And just as glasses for the eyes "gas, "upsets" and "biliousness"due
were made to correct more than THURMAN ARNOLD Now that China is conquered, Japan pattern to The Sewing Circle, to Acid Indigestion-when now
poor or weak vision, so the new New technique: Price policing. feels safe to abandon excuses. Needlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Ave- there is a way that relieves excess
aids for hearing are now manufac- / Tokyo has stated officially that it nue, New York, N. Y. stomach acid with incredible speed.
tured to correct different "types"of joined the anti-trust crusade last may be necessary to repudiate thee Please write your 'name, ad- Simply take two Phillips' Milk of
hard of hearing. year largely in the ,hope, of winning nine-powerx pact, which is almost dress,and pattern number plainly. Magnesia Tablets at first sign of '1,
New York's Democratic gubernatorial tacit admission that she has both distress. Carry them with you-
New Electric Device.An take them unnoticed by others.
nomination. If the
was violated and abandoned the Kellogg-
editorial in Laryngoscopestates inspiration for some anti-trust suits,. Briand accord. Moreover she has Talking Selves Down Results are amazing.- There's no i
: "Great improvements in these suits have become nausea or "bloated' feeling. It I
same now named the turncoat Chinese war When the famous English Dr. I
electric hearing aids are being such hot potatoes that a vanished lord, Gen. Wu Pei-Fu, as leaderof Johnson courted Mrs. Porter, produces and offend no "gas"others.to"Acid embarrass indiges-you 1

made with surprising rapidity. political purpose does not justify the a new central Chinese govern- whom he later married, he in- tion" disappears. Youfeel great. :
Among recent advances in this field justice department's dropping them. ment which combines the old Nan- formed the lady at. the outset that Get a bottle of liquid "Phillips' ;

the most important is the develop- One possible example may be the king and Peiping units. Though an- he was a man of mean family, for home use. And a box of Phillips'Milk
ment of 'selective' amplification (in- trust case against the Aluminum that he had no money, and thatan of Magnesia Tablets to carry
crease in the hearing) by which the Company of America.To r {. uncle of his had been hanged! with you. But-be sure any bottleor

units of a portable carbon micro- date this year-old investigation But the 'good lady, instead of tak- box you'accept is clearly marked
phone hearing' device of variable has failed to uncover much except 9'M ing it all amiss, and in order to "Phillips' Milk of -I,

amplifying power at different a re-hash of testimony and evidence a f ; reduce herself to his level, replied PHILLIPS' MILK OF MAGNESIA
pitches are assembled in such com- i
from the 1935 federal trade that she had no more money than
bination as will best meet the IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM '
spe- commission's probe and he and that of her
I a private LI although,none
cial requirements of the individual : litigation of a decade ago from relations had been hanged, she .
as'shown by his audiogram." which the company emerged with a had 50 who deserved hanging. READ THE ADS
The audiogram is the chart on clean bill of health.Today's .
which the audiometer (the hearing '.J+' rA'n f
anti-trust division of the
r !4fr:' sr..4 $.}
testmachine has marked :
) the hear- .
justice department has 90 lawyers }y4f; >:.?i >' Y>.
ing ability of the individual_ at different :
compared with 15 in 1933, handling
ranges of sound. +s frJ %' :4s +'rF ..f
monopoly cases and proceedings +.r
The day has now arrived when connected with 31 other major acts 4 6A r ...4 h
ear specialists are able to advise of congress. Trust-busting boss is +4 n? n.'t i fvr 4, .t: r.r., (.,.. .
v J : aJa {
the patient as to his needs and'these' Thurman Arnold, whose fetish is in- N { ii I
needs can, to a great extent, be met vestigating the price policies of in- / { I I

by these new hearing devices. dustry. Says Mr. Arnold: "We are qr J f yf Y i. iYJ.h...
e'Imbalance' being forced to take control of in- r.r r Y ':
of Muscles flexible price structures and coer-
cions in restraint of trade today justas

Causes Eyestrain in 1933 we were ,forced to take ;;

. Eye specialists (oculists) tell us control of the financing and market- I -- .. y r:

that what is commonly called eye- ing of securities." UNDERSECRETARY WELLES it : I
Yr. }
I i$3'r5i't; :$r.L:<
strain may be due to 'other condi- 'Much interest now centers in the The protests become outspoken. ; ..4'$ $ tOIj;

tions than overuse of the eyes or I justice department's newly inaugu-
reading in a poor light. Thus Dr. rated suit against Delaware's Columbia nexation is not mentioned, China p ,;{ +,
John V. V. Nicholls, Montreal, Gas & Electric corporationfor has been absorbed economically and :}';j I

states in the Canadian Medical Association -* allegedly "conspiring to monopo- politically by Tokyo.
Journal that eyestrain lize" the natural gas industry of The U. S. has been most stern in > II
proper means manifestations in the Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia and its protests, since Great Britain is ) I

eyeball itself in the ability to see, Michigan. But in accordance with too busy appeasing dictators to
and in the body as a whole. Dis- his probe of price policies, Thur- speak up in defense of her Chinese
turbances due to reading too muchor man Arnold is probably more inter- stake. To Secretary of State Cor-

reading in a poor light are relieved ested in oil. Since crude oil prices dell Hull's demands now come surly ''
by removing these irritating recently plummeted in the wake of replies that the U. S. had better rA t. ( wt f
conditions, whereas symptoms af- alleged over-production by refineries keep its hands off China or Japan

fecting the eyeball; seeing ability, both the President and Mr. Ar- will "take retaliatory measures."

and the general health give rise to nold favor a program for state control This state of affairs is probably
much more disturbance.The over oil production and refin- behind the latest U. S. anti-dictator

ocular or eyeball symptomsare ing. outburst, more outspoken than its a _
dull heaviness over the eyes, Harking back to the trust-busting increasingly outspoken predecessors. -
itchy and burning sensations in the days when Standard Oil's case first Sumner Welles, undersecre-
margins of the lids, and sometimes made the U. S. monopoly-conscious, tary of state, has given the world .
redness of the eyeball. the new probe will examine every fresh notice that the U. S. is readyto Insure quick smooth starting, perfect

The visual or "seeing" symptomsare phase of the' oil industry from pro- protect not only itself but all the lubrication,care-free driving this Winter.Go .
more or less prolonged attacksof duction to marketing. Though oil western hemisphere from "the doc- to your favorite dealer now and -

blurred vision. There may be men will welcome an intelligent gov- trine of hatred" now threatening change to Acid-Free Quaker Slate Winter _
periods of double vision. ernment program to stabilize crude civilization.The Oil. Quaker State's lour cold test will '

Among the systemic symptoms, oil prices, observers fail to see great new American policy, a la relieve you of cold weather starting
due to a disturbance which inter- consistency between this programto Welles: "As a nation we will as- troubles. Its purity will free you from Retail price I

feres with the eyes working together raise prices, and other monopoly sure ourselves that we are in a posi- about sludge, carbon or corrosion. 33 per quart :
properly, are faintness and dizzi quizzes which prosecute men for tion to defend ourselves from all worry ;
So, to be care-free, make Quaker State
ness. allegedly raising prices. aggression from whatever source it i
Dr. Nicholls states that all these I may arise, and to be prepared to your choice. Quaker State Oil Refining

systemic symptoms are due to an Agriculture join with our fellow democracies of Corporation, Oil City, Pa.
"imbalance" of the muscles which the world in the I
Although U. S. department of agriculture new preserving
control or move the eyeball and can officials admit export sub- western hemisphere safe from any iI

be corrected if treatment of this ,sidies 'are not very effective in reducing threat of attack." Buy I

muscle imbalance is properly car wheat surpluses, the govern- Heaped atop this plea for western
ried out. This treatment may require ment has committed itself to 'ex- hemisphere consolidation will be the State Winter Oil I
considerable time ,and per- porting 100,000,000 bushels by next eighth Pan-American conference, Quaker
haps much home work on the part July. Of 40,000,000 bushels thus far opening December 9 in Lima, Peru. '!
of, the patient, but the results are exported, 16 millions have been 'aided Observers expect a U. S. delegationto iT/uak&6 ClzM"1? 8 U Jt, a6T tm'b ..t.

very satisfactory. by subsidy payments from the ba headed by Secretary Hull.
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LESSON TEX1Exodus 20:14: Matthew < o
5:27.. 28;' Mark 10:2-16 '
00U GOLDEN TEXT-Keep thyself v .pure.-1 ( ( 0o
.::11,, Timothy 5:22.
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.,, r Service. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
I R and copyrighted by International
Council' of Religious Education: used by '

oertnisston The importance of the home as WHAT EAT and WHYC. I

the divinely appointed center of all tQ

--l human life has always made it a

special target of 'Satan. That on-

slaught of the power of hell is apparently -
redoubled in our day. So important is vitamin C that
Houston Goudiss Describes the Body'sVital
The lesson of today should be one or more generous portions ofa

taught with care and tact, but also vitamin C-rich food should be
FARMS FOR SALE Need for Vitamin C Names Most
.:.J with a holy boldness and a plain. ; consumed daily, preferably at every -

'.:.;'V:\w"',>:; t,.. Land Bank Farms between Pensacola ands ness that will) make it effective for Substance meal. -
.r.=.:>...: Marianna Florida and between Valdosta God and for our homes. We begin Significant Sources of This Orange and tomato juice have
. ; and One-fifth cash
Bainbridge: Georgia.
balance 5 to 20 years, low interest. Write with a word which is little spoken, been used interchangeably for
.2Iti. ORREST E. DAVIES Marianna, Fla. while far too often the sin for'which By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS quite some time as, a convenientand

":" it stands is practiced and tolerated, ALL the vitamins that should be included in the diet easily available source of vitamin -
\. KODAK FILM': FINISHING 1. Adultery a Grievous Sin OF C. In recent years, some
I every day, none, perhaps, is more important, nor more
experiments performed at lead-
(Exod. 20:14 Matt. 5:27. 28). a
Any Size Roll Developed OC.,( ;
frequently provided inadequately than vitamin C.
o-' With 8 Good Prints . +*{' First let us note that viola ing university have given'a high
".- : Developed with 8 Enlargement any There I believe two for this. First unlike
- to
are reasons ranking cranberries this
35"" ,
,':.i. .' .' I )-- ENLARGO, Box 57, Salt Lake,Utah tion of the divine plan for the mar
.\ ;-"t;: riage of one man and one woman, some of the other vitamins, vitamin ,C is not stored' by the I score, so that they, too, may be

in loving for the found body that it is to build ranked as a significant source of
::'. communion so impossible up a reserve supply.In vitamin C.

Cosmic Rays ing and maintenance of the home, order to maintain top health,< These brilliant little red berries
is direct 'violation of the law of
Cosmic are defined in the a it therefore must be furnished' by scientists in both Europeand
into in
.... rays God. It is also a violation of the gun come market the fall-the
dictionary as any of the rays of law of man. It brings serious re- in the diet every day. Second, America to discover all the very time when it is important to
extremely high frequency and foods that possessed the almost eat generously of fruits to fortify
J sults in the destruction of the home, the C vitamin is more easily
penetrating power: produced, it is and in the ruin of individual life- than of the magical power to prevent and the body against fall and winter
thought, beyond the earth's atmosphere cure this former scourge of man- ills. Their tart flavor helps to
moral and .
'i: or nearly beyond it, by physical words of ,Jesus spiritual.The broaden the others, for it is oxidized upon kind. stimulate appetite and their fruit

,." transmutation of atoms continu- interpretation of the commandmentto exposure to the air, and is In the course of many painstaking acids promote intestinal tone.

'; ". ally taking place through inter- cover all sexual impurity in usually partially destroyed in investigations and brilliant Neither the maturity nor variety'
stellar space.According discoveries, we have gradually in- of the fruit to have
appears any
thought, word, or deed. While we cooking. That accounts for the
'; to Bazzoni's "Energyand recognize that the outward act of well-known rule that it is usually creased our knowledge of scurvy influence on the vitamin content,
Matter," this is probably the immorality carries with it con desirable to include until today we know that the sub- and even when cooked, as whole

most abundant form, of radiationin sequences both in the life of the individual in the daily stance which prevents the diseaseis fruit sauce, they retain from 75 to

the universe', if averaged over and those with and against diet ,some raw vitamin C. 80 per cent of the original vitaminC

..:.. the whble of space, and these rays whom he sins, which do not follow ,,R. G. .ri foods, such as cab- content of the fruit. Cranber-

have the power to penetrate 16 upon the thought of evil without the bage or citrus May Retard Growth In ChildrenIt ries are also a fair source of vita-

,' feet of solid lead. Professor Mil- act, yet it is true that essentially he fruits. The rule has also been noted that min A which is not impaired by

. likan's observations and calcula- is guilty who had it in his heart to may be waived, many cases of latent scurvy can cooking, and they contain iodine,

tions have led him to the conclu- do the wicked thing even though a however, when tomato be found among children and iron, copper and manganese.

sion that cosmic rays are evidences sense of prudence or circumstances juice or cranberry adults in all walks of life. It has Because they are such a versa:

rather of the birth' or hindered its execution. We need sauce are included been determined, for example, tile fruit, cranberries can be uti-

/- growth of matter than of its an- clean hearts and minds if there are ,in the that many children who are rest- lized throughout the menu and at

nihilation.-Detroit News. to be clean lives. menu. For carefulexperiments less, irritable, 'or retarded in any meal. Thus orange and tomato -

11. Marriage Divine Institution have growth are in reality suffering juice may be varied at

(Mark 10:6-8): determined that, from a deficiency of vitamin C. breakfast by serving a cranberry
When of this vitamin conserve, jelly or sauce, or a cran-
because of their high acid con- deprived ,
FOLKS As the background for
OLD proper a
berry juice cocktail. For lunch or
discussion of divorce our Lord tent, these two foods retain their experimental animals develop
exr-' ,.,. Here Is Amazing Relief for makes clear that vitamin C to a remarkable degree swollen; tender joints, sore jaws dinner, this same fruit may be
'; ', '1"-;., ,, Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels marriage was or- and served as an appetizer; with the
cannedor bleeding gumswhile
, when commercially ,
" spongy
.,:, >> ltyouthlnknUlaxaUves dained by God. and that it involvesa ,
,' ,)IOJlJ"feJ.JltfllUllj act alike. Just try thIs holy union of two individuals when cooked quickly. in the the teeth become loosened and as- meat course; or used to make a

." __:-._.n:_'; _TJj.-7 So all ftrat'1! r laxative., refreshing. which makes them one. All those home. sume irregular positions. Hemorrhages : variety of attractive desserts.If .
\ Dependable relief from
..... J. sIck headaches Invigorating., bilious spells: tired feeling when who look forward to marriage may occur almost any- vitamin C-containing foods
. V associated with constipation. where in the due to included in the
body capil- are generously
Functions of Vitamin C ,
ct a 2So box of from your should realize that it is not a casual
) I":- Without Risk Make t1l\; then diet the homemaker
; lary weakness, and are particu- daily may-
is i:7..,;. %. ,'. If not delighted return the. box to us. We will thing, or a merely temporary legal The full importance of includ-
in the intestines well feel that she has providedher
.,.'-A!\',, .,r" refund price That'the purchase fair.I contract. It is a union for l life-be ing an adequate supply of vitamin larly common kidneys, -
Get NR Tablets today. e bone marrow, under the family with an importantform
it for better or worse, in sicknessor C-rich foods in the diet can only
skin in the muscles. and adrenal of health insurance.
ALWAYS CARRY health in prosperity or adversity. be fully appreciated when the
QUICK RELIEF glands. Indeed, one of the most
or l III. Divorce Limited and Remar- amazing functions of this anti-
FOR ACIDINDIGESTION interesting of all the discoveries
'v faira riage Forbidden (Mark 10:2-4, 10- scorbutic vitamin are fully un- I Questions AnsweredA. I
0 lM O1lA\SS { 12). derstood. concerning vitamin C was made
with guinea pigs. It'was observed
This passage, and other scriptures Long years before the first vita- that in a healthy animal, the adre-
teach that divorce is not per- min had been discovered, and F. G. Jr.-Green salads do
:i /' The Daring Eye nal glands are rich in vitamin C,
:;.rij.: : V, Who has a daring eye, tells mitted except on the ground of adul- when the science of nutrition was while,in a scorbutic animal, they play several important roles in
f" 'Y : downright lies.-Lavater. tery (Matt. 5:32), and that any remarriage still in'its infancy, English physi- contain practically none. the diet. They furnish bulk or cellulose -
involves the parties in the cians observed that the use of or- minerals, vitamins and wa-

guilt of adultery. Aware as we are ange juice would help to cure chil- ter, and therefore help to balancea
; ""ORBVRNS I1f of the laxness of some branches of dren of a serious disease charac- Pyorrhea and Vitamin C meal.

MSOOTH the church 'in such matters, and the terized by a sallow, pale complexion Many investigators have discov- Mrs. F. C. L.-Most authoritiesnow

almost entire lack of standards in flabby muscles, and a painful ered that a deficiency of vitaminC advise giving semi-solid foodsto

SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY the world, we cannot but presentthe inflammation of the membrane causes profound changes, not infants before the end of the

plain teachings of our Lord and surrounding the bones of the legs. only in the gums, but also in the first year. Usually the cereals,

urge every reader, to follow the And as early as 1795 it was also enamel and dentine of the teeth.It vegetables, and fruit pulps are
Merchants All commandment of God's Word. discovered that British sailors has been suggested that pyor- carefully strained so that they are

Every one lives by selling some- There can be no question that divorce could be prevented from developing rhea may be associated directly finely divided and free from harsh

thing.-Stevenson. is a major evil in our day. the painful and serious disease with a vitamin C deficiency. particles which would irritate ababy's

The writer has been astonished to of'scurvy if they were givena I Certainly, here is enough con- delicate digestive tract.
SMAII SIZE L S1,20ZE find one family after another in his regular ration of lemon juice' vincing evidence, as a result of -WNU-C. Houston Goudiss193837.You .
60c ,. own respectable neighborhoodwhere which had been evaporated to a I work with both children and

the children bear one name syrup. It was because lemon, then adults, to indicate the importanceof

and' their mothers another, or there called lime, juice was invariably II an adequate supply of vitaminC BET !
are two "sets" of children in one prescribed for the navy that Brit- in maintaining healthy teeth.
I1t1A"O family with different surnames be. ish sailors came to be known as

Brings Blessed Relief cause of divorce and remarriage.In "limies," a term which is still in Sources of This Regulator
Body "Luden's, like hot leme
he knows of
from aches and pains of some cases the fathers use .today.
of children coming to see their Vitamin Cis produced by plants onade, contain a factor
RHEUMATISMNEURITIS offspring at the home of the second during their growth. It is foundin that helps contribute to

and. LUMBAGOTry husband. What utter confusion such Scurvy a Controllable Disease juicy stems, bulbs, roots, tubers your alkaline reserve."
bottU Why Sutler? '
1-"'" ,IIIlycteIed.) 'llc '1e)' -r. situations must create in the minds Scurvy was thus prevented or and fruits.Outstanding ARTHUR BARTELS,
and hearts of the boys and girls! Cured' both children and adults, among the fruitsare AtbUtic Director New York

IV. Children-the Gift of God to long before scientists learned that the citrus family, including or-
WNU-7 46-38 the Home (Mark 10:13-16). precious vitamin C is the control- anges, lemons and grapefruit; to- LUDIN'SMENTHOL

How relieved we are to leave the ling factor in this disease. And matoes and cranberries. Raw

.. consideration of such sordid, even shortly after the turn of, the cen- cabbage is a good source,' as is COUGH DROPS 5

'- though vitally important, mattersas tury a systematic study was be- watercress.
BLACKMANSTOCK moral impurity and divorce, and
turn to the beautiful picture of

and POULTRY Christ blessing the little children.It .
would appear that Jesus desiredto
MEDICINES turn the thought of His hearers

from the negative "thou shalt not"to 'LsffE'
the positive solution. the home !fVL
Blackman's Medicated problem.
Lick-A-Brik Children make the home. Theyare
e Blackman's Stock Powder God's benediction upon the
Blackman's Cow TonicBlackmans marriage ot man and woman. Sad '' .F
Pepsodent ALONE of all tooth powders
Powder ;
Hog and disillusioned will be the men
a Blackman's: Poultry Powder and women who make themselves contains marvelous Irium*
Tablets '
e Blackman's Lice Poultry Powder childless hoping thus for more com- Unmask your smile Banish those dull tooth powder containing Iriuml SEE how -
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HONE" FINER-LOWEST COST piness does not go that way. The true natural sparkle of your teeth I surface-stains. how it polishes YOUR
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J, ?: f BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE Co.CHATTANOOGATENNESSEE \ grow into manhood and woman 'Pepsodent'a trade mark for its brand of Purified tJkyl Sulfalo J.

t hood cannot be evaluated in the
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The 'Clewiston News deliberately doing everything ho was adopted in December 1838. I school's simple rules of conduct. #

I can to upset our conception of a -000- We upper-classmen are probablythe I

nation's good behavior, in ONE CAN PICTURE that great worst offenders and we are'

Published every Friday In Clewiston,I ing the major nations to arous-I occasion, certainly a glorious cele- the ones who set the example for

Florida, by, the CLHWISTON NEWS I cessity of doing away with him as! bration must have been staged for those pupils in high and junior

Inc. it has been necessary to rid the I conventions, then as now, were high school grades. Our exampleis

world of all such power-crazed'' auspicious affair. No doubt these an extremely poor one; thereforewe

KEATHLEY pOWDEN", Editor madmen since the world began? Or distinguished il j guests were wined are indirectly responsible for

will these nations sit back with'[and dined and royally entertained the poor morale of our high school

Entered as second class mail matter fear and trembling and allow him'during the periods they were not students!

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In to his to new deprida-I engaged in the serious business of
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of go on way :We're old enough to know right

March 3, 1897.Subscription. tions without hinderance? considering the problem of our first from wrong! We treat our parents

t Time alone will tell 'but our I constitution. !with respect-why not our teachers -
Rate $2.00 Per Year. guess is that public sentiment is I -oOo- I ? They try their best to make

AdrertUIng Rates On Application. I too much aroused to allow him SHORTLY AFTER THAT mem- our lessons easy and often give

to long continue his piratical and orable and historic event, death I us a boost when we don't deserveit. !

unmerciful rule. The threat of a and destruction, swift and .
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -
of Clewiston and Hendry County. world war is not over and if Hit- ing, swooped upon this terrifY-I Ii Clewiston High School Is noted

ler continues to deliberately insult growing community to all for the intelligence of its students. '.

the world the showdown will come it from the map and even Why not cooperate and make It

ANOTHER TEA PARTY NEEDEDThe before months have passed. of man. With the growing I
many memory noted for its high standard of con-
I commerce that came In ships, camea '
duct well.
Herald has no desire to as ,
SPORTSMAN'S CODE IS mighty pestilence, the dreaded -Roberta Spicer. )
shoulder the troubles attendant
RELEASED TO HUNTERS yellow fever. Men sick unto death, I
upon any business other than its
I staggered ashore, to meet them THE LONE RANGER
own. We have no brief for the t
In the inte of public, safety, came swarms of mosquitoes from A fiery horse with the speed of
United States Sugar Corporation, I
Asher Frank, Director of the Florida nearby marsh and low lands, to lightA
its stockholders or Mr. Bitting I
Safety Council, has released the, buzz throughout the, city as winged
and his associates, for they are masked man rides in the night,
sportsman's code to hunt- messengers of doom.
able and honest men who need no The children stamp and shout with

introduction to Floridians. ers: I I -oOo- glee
1. I will never allow the muzzleof I TERROR STRICKEN citizens
The Herald does, however, havea For each a ranger would like to be.
my .gun to point at anything i j!fled for their lives, deserting their
very definite interest-a fighting 'which I do not intend to shoot. and their
homes, their business
interest if', you 1lease-in the pres I The Lone Ranger will never die! .
2. I will never load my gun [ the
short time
dead. In a population -
ent welfare and the future pros- He will live and live and live,
when the muzzle is pointed at dwindledto
of St. Joseph ;j'J
pects of Florida and Floridians.The I Never failing as time goes by,
any part of my body or any per but a few hundred. When the !
things that current legislationand His ready help to give.He's .
son; nor stand in front of anybodywho I I great epidemic had passed a few

departmental action are doing f is loading a gun. .1 stout hearts returned, still hoping
to the sugar industry in Floridaare I already lived a hundred yearsHe'll
,3. I will never cock my gun andpull I that the stricken community would
live hundred
good and sufficient reasons for a more
the trigger for- fun. regain its loss and again assume \
war, war upon the nonsensical reg- But' to see him every week
4. I will, never shoot directlyat
I I lea ership.
ulation that decrees that 5,000 Is certainly a bore.
a flat, hard surface, a bottle, or oOo
acres of Florida cane, now -
sugar similar object, as the bullet is cer-
growing, shall be plowed under and THEN OUT OF THE SOUTH Hi-O-Silver away,
tain to ricochet (glance) from it. '
destroyed and by reason thereof, came another great disaster. Gray Has been the cry for weeks, I't
5. I will never handle a gun :
that 25 per cent of the labor, Floridians clouds swept over the shudderingskies But now the serial's over,
the breech to
without first ,opening
now employed at good wages, to bring drenching torrential And we can have some peace.
Is and looking -
the empty
shall be discharged in order that be sure gun rains and, in their wake the mighty -Marie Robbins.
the bore to that it
through see
foreign countries may have even a I clean. hurricane. Striking the city in all
further share of the American its fury it made kindling wood of DID YOU KNOW THAT
6. I will
sugar market. never carry my gun docks and buildings leaving little Miss Whitten isn't scared of
loaded except when hunting and '
The crops of Florida's acres are'I( but wreckage in its wake. mice?
will then be sure that it is locked ,
being confiscated and destroyed -000- Florence loves to peel onions?
in the "safe" position.
not only sugar but all of the Florida AND SO THE HOPES and' dreamsof Maxine blushes easily?
7. I will never shoot at a song
crops affected by the reciprocal bird harmless animal for sport Florida's city of St. Joseph lay, Edythe good pie crusts?

trade treaties are being junked in or buried beneath a mass or debris, I Mildred wants to be a beautician I
and will, always be sure that no
favor of foreigners! Why? and those who might have returned ?
wounded game is left to suffer.
We are not talking about the sought fortune elsewhere as there We have new dishes for our
8. I will remember that a .22
theoretical injuries of proposed leg- caliber bullet will travel three-'was nothing to' return to, and the)I home economics department?

islation. We are urging concerted few who remained following the Lee and Edythe are going to
quarters of a mile, through
action upon the part of Floridians I storm soon deserted the place to sit up one night in the home ec
inches of ordinary board, and will I I
to prevent our own government seek more promising fields. For department in the hopes of catching
I recochet a long way across water.
from selling us down the river to many years St. Joseph was but a I the burglar who has been taking
9. I will always put my gun
benefit foreigners! hideous ghost town. Weeds took dishes? They hope all windows and
muzzle first through a fence before -
Florida, semi-isolated geograph- possession of its lifeless streets, the doors will be locked.
I climb the fence-I will climb
ically, has been blessed by nature I I over between the next two fence buzzard and bob cat, fox and field- I ---:--

with rich soils and climate that posts. mouse froliced about its crumbling ,SIXTH GRADE

make the production of sugar, a I The sixth grade boys have or-
10. I will always give my gun a masonry. '
non-surplus crop, profitable to the I I -oOo- ganized a junior football team un-
thorough cleaning as soon as I amthrough
growers and through its cultiva- der the direction of Coach Wake-
firing. BUT THE STATE to which St.
tion gives employment to many of [ I field.. They hope to play Canal
Joseph gave its first constitutiongrew
our citizens. Are we going to stand Point or South Bay soon.
idly by and see not only our crops .:N.N.N:N.N:N:N:N:N:..:N.N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N:N.N:N:N;. into ,a great and mighty em-
pire and today as we approach the
restricted, but growing destroyed SPORT NEWS
100th anniversary of that event we
Too Late To
so that foreign countries Classify Clewiston and LaBelle fought
find a reborn city on the site of
may further profit. by the strang- furiously in a 6-6 deadlock before
old St. Joseph that we now knowas
ling of Florida? 'B'R.usell Kay five, hundred fans Friday after-
I Port St. Joe. In the last centuryman
The pineapple Industry was stolen ( noon. The score that the Tigers
I has conquered yellow ,fever,
from Florida. The winter tomatoes, .:...N.N.N:N:N:N.N:N.M:.1.N.N:M:N:N:N.N:N.N:N:N.N:M. :. made was a pass to Bill Owen from
he has learned to chart ,and pro-
broccoli, eggplant and other profit-I Stone. LaBelle's score was made
A CENTURY: AGO St.. Joseph, on tect himself against the tropical
able crops of south ,Florida have i by Allen on a run. Both teams
the Gulf of Mexico, was one of the storm. Again the song of the ham-
been destroyed and the business I showed up well and the game prov- 1
foremost cities in Florida. The sec- mer and the saw are being heardin
handed to foreigners.Now ed that Clewiston could hold an
ond railroad in America, and the the old landmark. Modern hotels,
comes a further sacrifice of experienced and heavier team fair-
first in the South, connected it with shops and public buildings have
sugar and Florida, already badly ly well.
the outside world, while shipping arisen. Great docks and ,warehouses
mangled, in favor of foreigners.We After the game the boys of both
of the world docked in its great again beckon to foreign shippingand
have not had the chance to squads enjoyed hamburgers and
water terminals. mighty mills and factories
fight these invaders as invaders sandwiches that the Clewiston
I -oOo- belch the, smoke of industry sky- I
should be
fought, because they have
I MOST OF THE COTTON, minerals ward. Where ancient coach and oxcart -
had the full
approval of our legislators -
naval stores and cattle of rumbled over winding woods

executives and in the Washington.cooperation of our 'south Georgia, Alabama and northwest roads, now velvet smooth highways : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:-:..:..:-..:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":-:":

Florida moved through this welcome the truck and car. -
Florida is not} only being sacri-
port. Tourists and winter visitors I -oOo- I.
ficed but she is being barbecued to I

the end that our national theoristsmay flocked to its palatial hotels, I DECEMBER 7, 8, 9, and 10 of v.. I ..z.II .

thronged its glistening beaches. this year, all Florida will join I
throw a and I
party the foreigners v
Those seeking employment made i in celebrating the ,,100th anniversaryof :
may feed upon the fat that
was '
Florida. long and tedious journeysto workin the adoption of the state's first
60LFi i
Telegrams, letters, telephone calls its mills, shops and warehouses.oOo constitution and the celebrationwill II CLEWISTON

occur at Port St. Joe. Elabor-
should be sent, not only to Flor- I

ida's national: legislators but to every THIS GREAT prosperous city ate preparations are being made 'z'

senator and congressman at was proud of her commerce and for this event. Parades, historical

Washington. Concerted action may industry, confident of her future pageants and every form of enter- COURSE' .
tainment will be crowded into these
and believed she destined
yet prevent our being handed over many was I
in the, to become Florida's four gala days. Dignitaries from v :
name of "good neighbor" to greatest .t: H.; ::
not only Florida, but the nation,
some foreign country. metropolis. Her growth and pro- .. .

It is fight or perish, and we gress were more rapid than that of are expected to attend. Those who v.. .............r........... \ .z,
don't have time to choose style or the sister cities of her day, Pen- visit Port St. Joe on this occasion y

shape of weapons. Get busy or be- sacola. Tallahassee and St. Aug- will find a royal welcome and be v !

ustine.. gloriously entertained. It is one :
come a burnt offering.Miami I I ..z..s' .
Herald. oOo event you surely cannot afford to ..s.y .
I -

ANOTHER INQUISITION men and mill owners built beauti-, : I t .

Hitler and his Nazi tools, unabla northern ful homes capitalists along her d wat.erfront'j'', 'd lmlmlmmlmlmmllili: !III I miID.I]r mlljIMmmmmm)! mm W[llu,. r Open to the Public

by their former insults to the worldto beaches and sought to woo the tourists i.

provoke a war, are' again thumbing NEWSEditor .. I
mostly well-to-do merchantsand SCHOOL t ,
' i* I
their noses at the remainder plantation owners of the southeast v v -

of the nations while they go merrily by providing modern hotels ___....__.... Bill Owen V

.along] their way in their persecution and one of the -finest race tracksin Afes't Editor ..._. .. J. D. Hooker y hf

of the Jews in a manner the nation. While definite fig- Sports Editor ........__ Dick Owen + a-: ..... ..

beside which the Spanish Inquisition ures are not available it is believed ...f._.. /,, ...t.f :..

pales among into themselves insignificance.; to add Unable to- that the the year population 1838 was of between St. Josephin five "" Jli T f II!] illllim m JmmmmI! : I lmm illmlilllli! Iv I tI

the world's culture and a higher and ten thousand. LACK OF RESPECT

plane of civilization they are laps- -oOo- I FOR OUR TEACHERSA I :: Moderate Green Fees :!:

ing into the role of barbarians and IN DECEMBER of that year a few of the Clewiston High Exceptional Fairways
doing their :
utmost to destroy the little group of statesmen represent School students do not have enough I

modern civilization. Little do they Ing all sections of Florida journeyed respect for their teachers. Someof _: Interesting Greens i

seem to realize that in the destruc- I to St., Joseph, to attend the ,the boys and girls are sullen :i: i'!

tion of our civilization that they I state's, first constitutional conven- when reprimanded, careless about

are Will destroying he themselves. tion and it was at this meeting that their assignments, reluctant to MrPAGE .......::.. '." ".-!._...............................,................,......."............. .............................................................11

succeed this time by Florida's first state constitution obey and Indifferent towards the ,



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.(',.N.N:N.N:N:N:..':N:M:..:N:N:N.N:q:N.:..:N:N:--:N:N:N:N:N:Y:N:N.N.N,:N.N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N:N:N:N.N:N.N.N:N.N:N:Y.:N,':. Mrs. Emory Sears, Mrs. J. A.I J James Winn, Jimmy Hall, Maurice(I I Wednesday "i:

Simmons, Miss Gaudy Waters, Miss :Ford, Carlton Prevatt, Pat :Mc- of his parents, I i;
h Clarice Lammons. Miss Elsie Lam-II Gehee, Mr and Mrs. Homer Wake- Schiffli., j il

mons, Miss Dorothy Hare, Miss field and Robert Wakefield. A fl flen j!
i! 'PERSON1\L and SOCIETY :i% Marcia l Avant, Miss Florence Slon- for the

jj aker, Doris Simmons, JoAnn Walker JUNIOR C. E. SOCIETY and favors
f Mrs. E. L. Mrs. A. were I:
holiday. Games
y D'I Ii Iia
y, Dickinson, Mrs. E. E. Mines, \ peanut hunt

.:N N N::-:..:-:.+.:N:-H..:-:-.:-:-:N N N N:N N N.I :": ": :": ": ": :": H. L. Davis Mrs. Herman Davis, The monthly social meeting of the children. I Ii:
r Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. I. R.I the Junior Christian Endeavor So-
: prize In the i,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner spent Mrs H. C. Jones and daughter
Holland, Mrs W. R. Broaderick, ciety was held Tuesday evening at
'week-end in Fort Myers.' Claire, returned Refreshments ( !:
I Thursday from a Mrs. Jones Bryan, Mrs. C. E.I the home of Mrs. O. A. Jones,
visit of five weeks in dining room I'
/ and
Nail, Mrs. Paul Busbey, Mrs. B. E. sponsor of the group. Various games *
(I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey were Jacksonville. Mrs. R. C. Nowlin, centered with a (Ii I
Herring, Mrs. Stanley McCorckle,I were played and plans for a social
Glade. I Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mrs. W. H. colored balls, :!
Sunday visitors in Belle
Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. A. 0,. each month were made.
Lanier met them in ed to the
Sebring.Mr. +Ward, Mrs. H. A. Land, Mrs. T., The full membership was pres- turkey' stood by I':
.J. B. Stewart of Miami was a H. Jones, Mrs. Clyde Baker, Mrs. ent at the meeting, and includes I
business visitor ,here Wednesday.Mrs. : and Mrs. Homer Wakefieldwere R. C. Nowling, Mrs. G. A. Yon, Patricia Cleo Scott Ogie Guests !Ii j
Bailey, ,
in Arcadia last '!
night to attend Jane H
r--- Mrs. C. Vowell, Mrs. H. C. II
t'l. Arnette Marianne Jones, Jean
a school play given by the Bobby Smith, I f
Avant, Mrs. E. P. Mutrux and Mrs.
E. E. Mines of Miami is Augur, Barbara Bruce, Sally Gra-
Dramatics Club of DeSoto High Cornette, Kay : !!I
visiting her son, Rev. Marshall R. J, Blount. ham, Gloria McDuffie, Anne Paf-
School. Mr. Wakefield's brother, en, Eleanor II I
Mines and family ford, Bub and Gene Mills and Kim
Robert, was in, the cast. MRS. er, Anne i I
Miner and Billy j.i:
Joe Cato, Miss Lois Prince and Dr. and Mrs. William Henry WITH LAWN PAILTYMrs.

Grace Ward; spent Sunday in Ar-' McMaster of Coral Gables were YOUNG PEOPLE'S LEAGUE MET ;i
cadia. I the* guests last week-end of Mr. J. J. Graham entertainedwith TUESDAY AT CHUHCH READ i;
and Mrs. Henry Anthony. Dr. Mc a lawn party Wednesday afternoon -

Master is professor of Bible'at the I celebrating the tenth birth- Armistice, Thanksgiving and '
Dale Newton of Peoria is spend
University of Miami and is retir- day of her daughter, Sally. stewardship were the three themes j:
ing several days in Clewiston on Notice !
business ed president of :Mount Union Col-I After an hour of games the boys I for the program of the :Everglades

lege of Alliance, Ohio. and girls were invited into the dining -' Young People's league_ which met

I room where cake ,and ice cream I Tuesday evening at the Clewiston PLUMBING !,
Mrs. Leah Spicer and Roberta Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. McCollumof All sizes. ;
were served. The birthday cake was Community Church with the local
spent Saturday shopping in Arcadia arrived here We have just i;
Spicer the first
I hos't.Florence
in green and pink and held ten Christian Endeavor as from Dork's "
West Palm Beach. of the week for a visit with Coach lighted candles. Individual cakes Graham, local president, TOILETS, i:

t / and Mrs. Homer Wakefield' and were also in these colors which presided at the meeting. Jimmy Pedestal :"i

Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis of will remain here to make their were I carried over into the table I Hall, Bill Owen, Roberta Spicer Medicine Kitchen : :: I

Canal Point spent Sunday in Cle,v- home, Mr. McCollum having accepted accessories. Over the table was a and Florence Graham gave readings French

iston with: relatives.Mr. a position in the commis-I festoon of pink and green balloons, I and a short playlet on the CEMENT Screen, 65c. ;
sary department of the U. S. Sugar which were later used as favors. chosen themes. A short devotionaland Lumber 2 x 6.
and Mrs. Jerry Cato of Pa- Corporation. They are moving today I[ two' special numbers by thegirls' FLOORING, I
I Enjoying the afternoon with Sal- Lime, Ply or ,
hokee week-end guests of into the Schult apartments.
were the 4c Celotex,
ly were Nancy Weight, Betty Jean choir completed program. ;
friends here. McDuffie, Jean Augur, Mary Louise I A group from Moore Haven Methodist Galvanized BARRETT and

Miami Ladies GuestsOf Thomas, Patricia Bailey, Grace I Church united with the Hardware
Mr. and Mrs. 'H. J. B. Scharn- Ladders
'Everglades Union for the first timeat
Ward, Harriet: Alston, Shirley Ow-
berg left Tuesday for Jacksonvillefor Local Garden ClubMrs. this meeting, which was attended Paint $1.25 Devoe
en, Carline Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, Washable Water
several days. i by approximately sixty repre- nish, $1.95. !
Marianne Jones, Barbara Bruce,
es, Paint Oil, !90c: :
I Barbara Broadfoot, Gloria McDuffie -.sentatives of churches from Canal
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Nail of I Charles, Torrey Simpson,
Moore Haven.
I and Anne Pafford, Leonard
Canal Point spent Sunday in Clew- Mrs. E. Peterson, Mrs., F. W. Picot N. Dixie and 10th
iston. and Mrs. N. C. Storey of Miami Moore, Bobby. Smith, Gene Land, After' refreshments were serv- J AVurclioiiMCK, .
Gene and Bub Mills. ed, outdoor games on the church We
were guests of the Clewiston Garden
lawn, led by Mr. and Mrs. Homer A\ns.T I'AL'M
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner, Mrs. Club Thursday and today, the I enjoyed.
Wakefield, were
Milburn Rudd and Miss Carolyn club entertaining with a buffet
Howard of LaBelle were recent visitors supper in their honor at the MET WEDNESDAY EVENINGThe I JOHNNIE SCHJFFLI j. M.
in Clewiston. \V. C. Owen home last evening.Mrs. .
Simpson, who is a well- Young Women's Club met CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Counselor and

G. T. and known horticulturalist, and Mrs. Wednesday evening at eight o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. Augur his
{ at the home of Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Johnnie Schiffli celebrated Wednesdays
Peterson, who is of the
and Carol visit president
,daughters, Jean ,
I I fifth birthday with a party given 9:30
with Florine Moore
North Miami Garden Club sponsor, Misses
ed Mr. and Mrs. P. G. White in were
guest speakers local" club's and Pearl Brantley hostesses.
Canal Point' Sunday.Mrs. .
meeting held yesterday afternoonat All members brought contribu- .:-:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,,:..:..:..:,,:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
Sara Jo Crews, Mr. and the home of Mrs. O. A. Jones. tions for Thanksgiving 'baskets in
Mrs. Paul Bussey visited Mr. and Mrs. Simpson's talk was descrip- the: way of staple groceries, to be I' :: o'or'I:!: '

Mrs. T. D. Smoak, in West Palm. tive of the Kew Gardens of Eng- distributed under the direction' of MEN
Beach Sunday. '7'" land and Mrs. Peterson talked of i j Miss Pearl Brantley. .', y'l
/ '
, the native flora of Florida. Both I[ A' short business meeting 'was Your Credit Is
Mr. and Mrs., S. A. Graves and talks were exceedingly interesting. held to handle routine business and

M. E. Morrison of LaBelle were :Following the Garden Club meet-I the remainder 'of the meeting was .v.

in Clewiston Saturday evening at- ing, Mrs. Jones invited those at- I in charge of ,Miss Mary L. Hall of Wear a NEW Tailored
the dance. tending into the dining room wherea '
tending Legion
Belle Glade, who with a delegationof
Measure Suit While You ::
beautifully appointed tea table nine women from Belle Glade ::

If& Mr. and Sykes of Jacksonville was arranged, and sandwiches and Pahokee represented the Flor- Iv
are spending this week in cakes and tea were served. In ad- ida Federation of Business and Pro- :!: A postcard will bring the ::

Clewiston visiting Mr. and Mrs. dition to 24 members of the local fessional Women's Clubs. A delightful Dependable Tailor ::1:
Joe Griffin. club and the four Miami guests, talk was rendered by Miss Hallon :

Mrs. T. M. Dechman of Pahokee, the Federation of Business and ::
Mrs. Mildred May of New York Mrs. Clinton Coburn of Mayacca, Professional Women's; Clubs and i I CHAS E.

City, arrived this week for a visit|:Mrs. Dan Dechman of Canal Point, their activities. The Everglades j y

with her daughter, Mrs. M. H. i Mrs. Olin Carleton and Mrs. G. L. Business and Professional Women's"' :'t't:,, Box 508 CI. ::
Scotti. I Royal of Lake Harbor attended the I Club extended a cordial invitation -
I II I meeting. 'I to the Young Women's Club ''of ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":

:Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barrow and ,, In the afternoon the visitors were I II Clewiston to become affiliated with

Parker T. Wilson spent the weekend -!I taken to visit ,several Clewiston I II. the National and State Organization ::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.':..:..:..:.,:..:..:.,:..:..:., ':..:.,:..:..:.,:.

I'" in Gainesville, attending Homecoming gardens, including those of and very kindly offered to ::: :!:
4 festivities at the University. I. Leah Spicer, Mrs. B. A.
) sponsor a club for Clewiston, should
-, .,Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. E. L. 1\Irs.I such a club be organized. ::_:: CLEWISTON :;:

, Miss Saundal Watson, who is art and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw. Refreshments were served by :: :i:

teaching this year in Pompano, visited -I the evening, through the courtesy the hostesses and the remainder of ._;, Near City Hall 2 ;
Mrs. Wt C. Prewitt and other 'of the U. S. Sugar Corporation, the time was"spent in social activ y

I friends, in Clewiston Saturday.Mrs. a guide was provided to escort the ity. :;: Monday, November 5 ::

party through the sugar mill. Members and guests present were h
I. S. Bell returned Sunday 'I Attending the delightful buffet as follows: Mary L. Hall, Pauline

,from a visit with her daughter I supper at Mrs. Owen's home were I Hill, Mabel R. Lutz, Helen Als- I. III

Mrs J. R. Deadwiler, in West Mrs. Charles Torrey Simpson, 1\Irs.1 paugh, Belle Glade; Ruth Wilhelm, v

Palm Beach. I i j I Peterson, Mrs. Picot, and 1\lrs.1 Fay Sherrod, Myrtle Johnson, Eve- h

I Storey of Miami, Mrs. F. M. Wright, lyn Smith, Pansy Smith, Pahokee;
Robert Wakefield of Arcadia Mrs. O. '''F. Schiffli, Mrs. F. D. i '
Mae Written; Virginia Jordan, .= acrd h+s (
visited his brother, Homervake'I'''Duff Ii Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. Dorothy Hare, Evelyn ,Burhans, II

field and Mrs. IM. Bradnack, Mrs. H. A Bestor, Florence Slonaker, Inez Lammon,
Friday afternoon and night. i! Mrs. I. D. ..Leydig, Mrs. B. E. Her- Kay Wakefield, Ruth Knight, Carol

----" I I ring, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Mrs. W.W. : Harris, Livonia Congdon, Mrs. F. h

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Mobleyand Perry, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. C. Taylor, Pearl Brantley, Florine h

little son, Don, moved this E. L. Stewart, Mrs. L. L. Spicer, Moore, Mary Markette, Clewiston.
week to Jacksonville, where Mr. Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez Mrs. F. C.I Definite date for next meetingand h _

Mobley has been transferred by the Taylor, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. P. hostesses will be announced ,

U. S. Engineer department.Mr. H. Knight, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, at an early date. 1 o
Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw and Mrs. Y

and Mrs. Charles H. Settle, Owen. OWEN WINN CELEBRATES\ h f
Mr. and Mrs. Carr Settle and Sue ,On Friday' morning the visitors 17TH BIRTHDAY FRIDAY" .-
Settle of Moore Haven were guestsof were driven to Moore Haven to ::: You have: heard them on the

Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden visit the locks and surrounding Owen Winn celebrated his 17th s E
-i'i radio. Now them in
? Thursday.Mrs. grounds before returning to Miami.
1" birthday with a party Friday evening X :
... at the home of his mother, :_: on the stage of i
H. V. Briant of Atlanta arrived MRS. SIMMONS ENTERTAINS Mrs. A. H. King. A red,' white and y..
Saturday to spend the winter WITH MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER '
blue color scheme; was used in de-
here with her daughter, Mrs. corations and refreshment acces- :;: GIRLS Mostly Girlr3 SopEOgti :;:
0. A. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Jones Mrs. C.V,- Simmons entertainedwith sories. h

and Marianne met her in West Palm a miscellaneous shower Mon- After an evening of outdoor

Beach. day afternoon honoring Mrs. Jerry games delicious refreshments were : ,
Cato, who before her recent mar served to the group which included I m I
Mrs. W. I'" Simpson and' Mrs.J. riage was Miss Mary Bell Warren. school-mates of Owen. X

W. Ezelle motored -to West Palm The party was held at the homeof The guests were Misses Roberta

Beach Tuesday to meet Mrs. Olin Mrs. Marshall Mines and a color Spicer, Zena Bell Pullen, Florence

Carleton who arrived from Atlanta scheme of pink and green was Graham, Maxine Doty, Violet :
to spend the winter with Mr. carried out in the decorations. Several -I Bethea, Gaudy Waters, :Martha:

and Mrs. Simpson clever games and contests were Nell Alston, Edythe Cornette, h o
enjoyed and prizes awarded to Mrs. Christine Bell, Bernice Guthrie, Bil-
Mrs. Don Young and Miss Hazel W;. H. Warren, John Walker and lie Hooker, Kathryn Graham, Lee o
Prince of the Inn Beauty Shop Miss Florence Slonaker. Pridgen and Bill Owen, Dick Pat-

attended a beauty style show in Sandwiches and punch were serv- terson, Ed VonMach, J./ D. Hooker :. tr .

,tSi Orlando over the week-end. C. L. ed to Mrs H. E. Walker, Mrs. L. Munselle Stone, Thomas Wiald- .:, II" D D
Downs accompanied them on the C. Miller, Mrs. H. E. Trice, Mrs, ron, Louise Loiter, ,Junior Waters,
trip. F. H. Hanna, Mrs W: II. W&ller, Bud Vaughn, Wilbur McGehee .
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SYNOPSIS Mrs. Van Stratten gave an Involun- I right here that could spot any of 'em "Grin darn you!" she apostro- a a M .

tary and startled snort. "Hear her? five goals and-" phized the picture. "You aren't being How to Stretch Soap.-To make ; I

Kelsey Hare young architect convalescingfrom Holmes Well, are you coming or not?" "Oh, do pipe down, Liggy." dragged across the ocean like a your laundry soap last longer, unwrap -
a breakdown meets Martin "I'll be over in fifteen minutes." tin dog She consid- it as soon as buy it and
struggling author. In a storm on a lake near "So some chap said how could we on a string. you
Moldavia N Y Caught In a downpour they He bettered his promise by a few prove it, and some other goofer dug ered the face. "You really aren'tso pile the cakes loosely in a dry placeso

seek ."sheiter which at by Holmes'Its air ot estate.decay gives'Holmesholm. evIdence -- seconds, not having even paused to up a magazine with this Purity Pictures bad looking. In fact, you're quite they'll dry. Hard soap goes

of its owner's financial embarrassment look at the paper. A family con- crack in it and I said I'd make pretty. And what does it 'get you? farther than soft.
Kelsey suggests renting a room and clave received-it: would be too book on it."., Trouble. Curse Liggy!I" I
settles there. Finding Holmes studying t
down much to say that they welcomedhim As if summoned by the invoca-
a newspaper picture of a Park avenue "Make book? Smart Cushions
debutante. Kelsey learns that a story by Mrs. Van Stratten in charge. tion that invincible, spirit crawled

Holmes has been rejected In a A $15,000 Leon Sny-contest "Sit down, if you please, Liggett." "Yes ma'am. Take bets, you through the hedge which guardedthe From Odds, EndsI4LJJJI
run by Purity
dacker. president for a novel suitable for He obeyed, not without apprehension. know. I got twenty-to-one that privacies of the place. ;
plcturizatlon. In which the winner of a Mystery "What's the charge?" he Marne wouldn't show, and two-hun- "Hello sweetie. Still love me? i
Beauty contest will star. Kelsey buys asked."I dred-to-one that she wouldn't win.
the manuscript from Holmes and rents his, The answer: is yes. No? All right,
house. One of the conditions of the deal Is i wish to put a serious questionto On the first bet I clean up fifteen the answer is no. We'll pass that

that Kelsey adopt" Holmes' pen name. "Tern- you in regard to my niece and I hundred. If she comes through on for another point. Are you goingto

trip pleton a Sayles.telegram After arrives Holmes for Sayles departs which on a shall expect the fullest frankness. the final, the papers'll cbe so full of be a sport?"

Kelsey leaves unopened Glunk. odd manservant Mr. Morse assumed an air of it that Marne'll have to marry me "As how?" STITC'r
places the debutante's picture on if candor. "That'sme to save my fair, young name." "As CLOSET
the mantel Meanwhile the Park Avenue great deceptive follows. I stand to win ten CORD WITCORDING
Van Straitens are at breakfast with their ," he averred. "Open as the "1 should be interested to be in- thousand healthy young smackers 5 i

niece Ma lon. day. Always ready to act the per formed as to the purpose and terms on your lovely mug. What about FOOT PILL CORDING

fect gentleman. You can cancel the of this extraordinary enterprise." it?" CREASE BACKINGr00T ;i''

order for the twelve-gauge and sub- This was Mr. Van Stratten's contribution "Well, what about it?" DOUBLE FRILL RIGHT Ii"

CHAPTER IIContinued3 stitute a wedding cake with frost-. to the debate "Haven't you read that piece in R0' SID !I
the ?" R16HE
"It 'for, of Aunt Marcia'spet
was one PLOW

charities," pointed out the ac i ? "I"Come was just to A.reading Leon it.Snydackeryet -------F

cused. "What could I do? I was f ?" _
visiting her.
"Yes. Who is he?" By RUTH WYETH SPEARSIt
"I cannot approve of your idea of
"Heir to Peckett's PersuasivePills
accepting employment," said the now seems that there is a

austere- Mrs. Van Stratten. Hollywood's It"Hol1ywood worst headache, need for more color in the newly
they tell me.
"What am I expected to do? Stick decorated living room. The cur-
? What have pills got tains the
here in are very gay but new
Cuylerville? to do with pictures?" slipcovers rather neutral. Why
"What-more suitable place? Thereare "Source of the SnydacKer mil-
not repeat some of the curtain colors -
advantageous marriages" to be lions. He bought into the business- with bright cushions? A clever

made here as elsewhere. Purity Pictures and has rais'd girl I know saves the good partsof

The girl reddened. "I don't wantto nothing but Ned with the industryever old silk dresses and blouses

marry well. I don't want to mar- since." and buys remnants of bright silks

ry at all. I suppose you're thinkingof "Purity Pictures? That's where and ribbons for this purpose. Her

Liggett Morse." you sent my photograph." pillows are always most profes-

"II "Why not?"- "Pree-sousely. The ten chosen sional looking. If contrasting

"Only that he's nearly forty and beauties, of which you are one, meet pieces are joined, she uses cov-

hasn't grown up yet." next week at the Snydacker offices ered cords in the seams and con-

"You have not lacked for other f;r Sys in New York to flaunt their com' trasting cordings and neat little

opportunities," pointed out Mr. Van r r iar petitive maps before the judges. frills around the edges to repeatthe

Stratten, "had you cared to avail You're at least a one-to-ten chanco, strongest tones in the rpom.

yourself of them." and I've got the fat end of two* In this way many different kindsof

The arrival of the morning paper hundred-to-one against you." material may be brought into

interrupted these amenities. The "But, Liggy," protested the girt harmony.

girl addressed herself to her coffee. half fascinated. "I wouldn't have achance. NOTE: You also' may have

Mr. Van Stratten, turning to the :. A .It"Saaaay smart slipcovers, curtains and

editorial page, brought opposite to err / You don't half know dozens of things you have been

her eyes a sight which fixed themin yourself. You'll make the rest of; wanting. Mrs. Spears' books have

amazement. There was a gasp 'em take to rat poison when they helped thousands of women. She

and a burble in which the coffee lamp you. Come on, sweetie! You'd tells you quickly with pictures the

figured as sub-agent. like to try it, wouldn't you?" he things it would take years to

"Sorry," apologized the culprit distractedly wheedled."I'd learn by old-fashioned methods.

"Uncle Robert, may I "Me? A star? What picture ?" asked the dazed girl. I love it!" Her sewing sketches clear away
take the paper for a moment?" "Then we're set."
all uncertainties both for the beginner
"Why?" demanded Mrs. Van ing. My intentions toward your "Sure to you, sir. Purity Picturesis "On what? I havpn't a cent. And and the experienced

Stratten. "Robert give me the pa- sweet and gentle young niece are looking for a new national beautyto you heard what Auntie said. By Every page is packed with sewer.new C!

per." She took one look and droppedit strictly honorable." play up. The idea is this. You next week I'll be on the broad Atlantic's ideas-all illustrated. Book 1-

like something venomous. From "Oh, shut your silly .face," said send in a photograph with a key- heaving bosom. Thanks to SEWING, for the Home Decorator. -

the welter of print there had leaptto the sweet and gentle young niece. number and key-letter. Anybodycan you," she concluded acidly. Book 2-Gifts, Novelties and
her scandalized recognition a "What light can you throw upon enter. Out of the lot a jury of "Sea-nerts to the broad Atlantic! Books 25 cents

gay, young face, only too familiar. this?" Mrs. Van Stratten extendedthe beauty experts or long-odds pickers I'll finance the jaunt. Now, calm ;each.Embroidery.Order both books are and get

"Marion Norman Van Stratten I newspaper.The or house painters or something I yourself. I'm not making passes
leaflet free. Address
fascinating quilt
visitor stared at it with an choose out ten for the finals. Andhere.s
What is the meaning of this? This is a business proposition between Mrs. 210 S. Des-
expression which, from a smolder of our little sweetie in the ten." Spears, .
"If you would let me look at the I the pair of us. Out of the fif St. Chicago Ill
surprise blazed into a flame of exultation "With her picture displayed for plaines ,
teen hundred I've already I
paper, perhaps 1 could tell you more I Tom, Dick, and Harry to stare at, won re
invest a hundred or whatever
about it. you
"Whee-ee-eel! Yoopdedoodlel Hi- like some vulgar, public creature."
Mrs. Van Stratten laid want-pass it over to you for ex ?
a heavy NERVOUS
hand the yi-yi-i-i-i! Hooray, huzzah, and "They'll get an eyeful," returnedthe penses-to win ten grand. Why,
upon pictorial offense. "
Wow, I win! he vociferated unabashed experimentalist
look at it
just as a
"Have you sought out this indecent f percentage prop-
"Kindly stop that at once and ex- "What's the harm anyway? And position." Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?
notoriety by sending your photo- look at the'swell spot she's in. Only Are you cross and irritable? Do you scold
Mrs. Van Stratten's
plain. man- "It all sounds
graph to the newspaper?" she de batty to me. those dearest to you? '
manded. ner was peremptory."It's nine other contestants between her "Wait till you hear the rest. U? If your nerves are on edge and you feel I:
and glory and I'll bet she can make you need a good general system tonic, try
said he.
"-"I haven't sent any photograph to perfectly simple, you win out, you're set for life. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
; "Marne's in the money." any of 'em look like one of Jim They make you star of the new picture made etpeeially women.
any newspaper. Which one is it? Thurber's For 60 one woman has told another
drawings in the New over years
"It is an enlarged-a monstrously "In the money? She is 'in this Snydacker is putting out. It', how to go"smiling thru"with reliable
And wish to Yorker. Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature build
disgusting paper. we all part of the same deal.
enlarged-version of the snapshotthat "Liggett Morse, do you for an in- '' up more physical resistance and thus helps
know how she there.
Keeler Smith took of atthe got "Me? A star? What picture? calm quivering nerves and lessen discomforts
you stant suppose that I will
"Just little sporting permit my asked the dazed girl. from annoying symptoms which often accompany -
Club. a
Riding niece, brought up as she has been female functional disorders.
"Then I sition," responded the eternally juvenile "It hasn't been announced yet. Why not give it a chance to help YOU
simply can't with safeguard of refinementand
imagine Mr. Morse. "You Mrs. every But it'll be a scorcher. Purity Pictures : Over one million women have written in
A flash of realization transfigured see, care, to take part in any such And reporting wonderful benefits from Pinkham'a
always are. Will
Van Stratten Purity Pictures got sa-ay Compound.
her. "Liggy! she cried. nauseating exhibition as this?
hole in
burn a the silver
this Grand National you
Photographic "I think it would be fun said
With the word she bolted into the screen!"
Competition- the safeguarded and refined niece. Knowledge and Wisdom
adjoining study. A moment after "Tell me the rest, Liggy,"
"What is ,Purity Pictures if "
you "Atta girl! Knowledge comes, but wisdom
they heard her vehemently calling ?" Marne, folding her hands prettily."I .
for the Cuylerville Country Club. please After a series of fishy_ gasps the just love fairy stories." lingers.-7'ennyson.
"Hollywood's latest. Didn't'you'And aunt managed to recover her facultyof
Resource was never lacking to % how came Marion's picturein speech. "We will sail for Eu-

Mrs. Van Stratten. Upstairs there such a competition?" rope on the first available boat she CHAPTER III

was an extension line. Mountingwith "I set it in," answered Liggy, made announcement.
speed, she stealthily lifted the On the morning of July 9 A. ,Leon
her his
offering most guileless "Now see what you've done,
you sat in his New York
Snydacker of-
receiver in time to overhear this "
smile. big prune! said Marne with a viru-
fice 'arrayed as he fondly supposedthat
colloquy: "And you gave it to him, Marion, lent look at her suitor. ,
"I wish to speak to Mr. the big men of the motion pic- e fix' E make-BY -thoWorld's
Liggett knowing for what purpose he wishedit Liggy appealed to the higher jus- : No.l FIAT-RITE
Morse Liggy? That you?" !" tice. "There's gratitude for you! I ture industry habitually dressed in 6 Dental Plates for men and women
hours. -from impressions taken in four home.
business rtitvrcf
"I dunno. Wait till I get awake "I never!. I let him have the pic- give her a chance that tile' Queen of UAYo Thousands of pleased natrons.. MONEY-
and I'll tell Nine competitive beauties, sum- TRIM. BACK GUARANTEE YOU'LL BE
Who is
you it? ture months ago to stop his sobbingon England would jump off her throneto SATISFIED.Monthly payments possible.
"Marne." moned to the test, sat in the outer FREE month-form, easy directions and catalog.
my shoulder: I never dreamedthat grab. And what do I get for it? WRITE MB TODAY1 C. T. Johnson, Prea.of
"Who? Oh! Marne. Well, The boot." office waiting the great man'spleasure. UNITED STATES DENTAL COMPANY y
hello, sweetie." x They had already waited Opt.11W1,1555 |M wauko Av.,Chicago,III.
"Then, as I understand it, Lig "Liggett! minutes their
"Have fifty over appoint
you seen the morning Mrs. Van Stratten." Brave Heart
paper "Yes
?" gett you took the unpardonable liberty ment. A door opened and the galaxy -
of using a private photographin "Kindly leave this house at once." Never fear and never cry.-Ben-
of stars
"This prospective was temporarily
morning's paper? Who this outrageous manner." "What did I say! The boot!" repeated jamin Jowett.ECONOMICAL .
think roused from torpor by thff
d'you you're talking to: the the offender grievously.
"Oh, come off, Mrs. Van Strat of tenth.
night watchman? Why, it's entry a
hardly "From one and all. Oh, very well, fOR THE RELIEF OF
ten protested the accused. "Youdon't
dawn. ,
then. Good morning to And
understand." you. Muscular
"It's nearly nine.
While v
you're hardly that. He marched out like a I I t
"I shall
dressing you'd better have not come off, retortedthe
one sent
parade with muffled drums. Literal InterpretationsA ACHES
up to your room. lady with bristling dignity. "AndI
do understand." "I don't want to go to Europe," Roman general] having agreed:
"What's all the blood-pressure said Marne with decision. with Ahtiochus to restore him half
about? Did Harvard lose?" "It's more than I do," said Marne. 1 e
"Nevertheless And
you go. his fleet caused each of the ships to
'Liggy, I want you to get into "What do you mean, you" win, Lig- you will remain until this scandal, be sawed .in two. The Plateans GENUINEIPURE ASPIRIN
? What do win
.- your clothes as fast as you can and gy you ? this new scandal-blows over." The having promised the Thebans to restore -

come right over here." "Fifteen hundred sweet round aunt made an impressive exit, leaving their prisoners, restored them =Only=

"Sounds like international compli- roulaks, so far." the printed cause of the turmoil after they had put them to death.

cations," said the unimpressed Mr. "You sold my niece's picture for on the table. Pericles, having promised to spare GOOD MERCHANDIS'ECan

Morse. "What's the rest of the bad fifteen hundred dollars?" Possessing herself of it, ,Marne the lives of such of the enemy as
news? "Of course I didn't sell it. A withdrew her woes to the seclusionof I laid down their arms, ordered all Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised '

"Come and get it." bunch of us at the club got gassing a distant summer house. There those to be killed that had iron \: )

,',"But, sweetie, why not-" about movie stars and professional she spread out the paper upon her clasps to their cloaks.-Law of Na D BUY ADVERTISED GOODS O'llannfZt

"I think someone, is listening in." beauties and I said we had a gal knees. tions.




Wise and Otherwisev

OUR COMIC SECTION words-v-like long dresses '

miles frequently hide something

wrong with the understanding.There .

are three sides to every
Her Worry matrimonial row-the hus-
He-Will you be my one and ,band's, the wife's, and the

only She-That's? what I was wonder-' D I L Events in the Lives of Little Men I 0 truth.A newspaper. reports the case

of a "man who cycles to workat

,. ,I seventy." Some bicycle, by
"Girl Is First Air Guard.- Hercules! I
i Head in London paper. She swoops I&E
Optimist: The woman who
, to conquer. / marries a night bird expectingto
% /A
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Felt There / ---
Teacher-Johnny, _what causes nothing like the sparkof
% WILL 1&) COME -
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3 tsp baking powder firmly packed -
'V tsp. salt 1 cup milk
'2 cup shortening 10 drops maple flavor
Tim-Did you know that feller 1 cup granulated 3 egg whites slimy
'51 runnin' for office has a glass eye? 7 sugar beaten

: Bud-No-can you tell which H' \ Sift flour once, then measure.

one it is? Add baking powder and salt, and
I Tim-Yeah. You look at both I sift together 5 times. Cream the
:' :
pretty hard, and the one that hasa I shortening thoroughly then add

gleam of human kindness in it the sugar, 2 tablespoons at a time,
is the glass one! until ,it creams together light and

fluffy. Add flour and milk, alter-

,nately, a small amount at a time
and beat thoroughly after each ad-

I dition.. Add flavoring. Fold in the

WHOEVER egg whites, which have been beaten -
until they just hold in peaks,
C and are moist and shiny. Bake in

two greased 9-inch layer pans in
moderate oven .(350 degrees Fah-

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TAKES ''Frosting for the above cake ia

made by combining 1 cup granu-
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EXCUSE ME, SIR.! with 1 cup milk, and boiling to-
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syrup ,forms a very soft ball in
cold water. Add 2 tablespoons of
ASPIRIN p shortening, and remove from the

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between the layers and frost ,the
SHOULD STUDY top and sides. You may sprinkle \
:0'P chopped nuts on the sides of the
: cake, if desired.

.s\ Drop a Bayer Tablet In

::::: .- %"Ill -hence water-It in is starts 2 ready seconds to disIntegrate to- Still Coughing?

'itJ7 t "go to work" rapidly No matter how many medicines
you have tried for your common
cough, chest cold, or bronchial Irritation -
,you may get relief now with
j Creomulsion. Serious trouble may
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to take a chance with any remedy
-DID I LEAVE less potent than Creomulsion] ,which
goes right to the seat of the trouble
A GLOVE IN and aids nature to soothe and heal
YOUR: PbCKTJUST the Inflamed mucous membranesand
to loosen and expel germ-
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Even if other remedies have failed
don't be discouraged, try Creomul-
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This Quick Dissolving" refund your money if you are not
Property thoroughly satisfied with the benefits -
is Why BAYER Aspirin Acts So ( obtained. Creomulsion is' one
I word,ask for it plainly,see that the
Fast to "Take Hold" of Muscular name on the bottle is Creomulsion,
ByJ. and you'll get the genuine product
Aches and PainsIf and the relief you want. (Adv.)
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E Nothing is so impudent as Suc
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flowing blood stream free o(an excess of :
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itdf-a constantly producing waste .
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DOAN SPILLS advertise bargains and such advertising meana
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I i

Winter Season OpensAt I J.Louis W.: Mosley VanLandingham, Jr., 48-47-95.45-49-I[ m mmr.. mm [ mlmmmmllmlmm [ m mw IN TILE CIHCUIT, STATE OF COURT FLORIDA, HENDRYCOUNTY of W Section of the 35, Township SWU of the 43 South 3E 4, 'r'.. ;,

!I- N. H. Brown. ) Range 34 East:
Local Golf Club 94.S. WITH THE Complainant, ) Ei. of the SEi of the SE J, I,
J. Simmons 49-50-99. VSCornelia ) of Section 35. Township 43 South k I
It Churches IILlillmillJim Brown. ) Range 34 East: i iWI
:efendant. ) ,) of the SE,4' of the SEU

The winter tournament season B. B. "Shorty" Bush DIVORCE.: of Section 35. Township 43 South I 1
,TO CORNELIA BROWN: Range 34 East; :

has now opened at the Clewiston In WreckB. I mlmm lmlm im mmillmllimml wd It having been made to appear ErS of the NE'i of the NEU \\1 i

Golf Club, and the club can use Injured I that your residence Is Collins, In the of Section 1. Township 44 South, E ,!\\1
quite a number of extra caddies. COMMUNITY CHURCH State of Georgia. Range 34 East:
Now therefore, you are hereby W of the NEtf of the NE'/i
Boys: who can "qualify in this B. Bush, dragline operator I Royal Palm ,Avenue notified that a suit for divorce has of Section 1, Township 44 South. II':

respect or boys without caddy Forest C. Taylor, Minister been brought against you as styled Range 34 East: ,
for the U. S. Engineers in lewiston above, and you are hereby requiredto EH of the NWU of the NE ,i
who would like a pleasant I r
experience was seriously injured Mon file with the Clerk of said Courtat of Section 1, Township 44 South. \
means of picking up some eleven Thanksgiving sermon next Sun- LaBelle, I Florida your appearance Range 34 East:
between ten and I
day night i in said suit Wi/3 of the NW'4 of the NE'I I
extra will find it quite on or efore December
money at eleven o'clock.
o'clock when his car, a 1933 Plymouth day morning 7, 1938 and thereafter to file with of Section 1, Township 44 South I
profitable to get in touch with sedan, overturned near Nine Since the Community Church will the said clerk your written defense I Range 34 East:
Don Young Clewiston Golf Club I' have no service of any kind on if any you have to said Bill of Com- E' of the ,SW'i of the NB, '' '
Mile Canal bridge on highway 67;1' plaint at the time prescribed by law. of Section 1. Township 44 South, I
professional. five miles south of Moore Haven I Thanksgiving Day, the( members of Witness my hand and seal of said Range 34 East; ,

Young will hold regular Satur- plunged Into the roadside can the congregation are urged to at-I Court at LaBelle Florida this 11th W'h of the SWH of the NEt
I day of November A. D. 1938. of Section 1, Township 44 South,
day morning classes of instruction tend the worship service next Sunday -
al. Two other men, Earnest R. (Seal) WILLIAM: T. HULL, Range 34 East; :
for Inexperienced boys until the Schenemann and Anderson p, Parker morning. The minister of the Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry W/5 of the NEV4 of the NWtt :
is filled. the and County, of Section 1, Township 44 South, r(
required quota of caddies both levermen on the new government -I church will deliver sermon FJorida. Range 34 East: ,

drill barge Atlas which I the choir will have a .program of Louis Solicitor O. for Gravely Complainant., E% of the NW%. of the NWtt --',
of Section 1. Township 44 SoOth,
'Turkey Shoot Held came into Clewiston a week ago I appropriate music. Nov. 11, 18, 25, Dec 2.. Range 34 East: ;; :

from Washington, were with Bush I Sunday school every Sunday ---------- E% of the SWVi of the NW% \ I

By Kiwanis Club but received only minor cuts and morning at nine forty-five.: IN Range of Section 34 East I, Township; 44 South, 1_

bruises. Christian Endeavor, : meeting Sun- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THETWELFTH W% of the SEi/t of the NWof : i
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Section 1, Township 44 South,
---- '!All three men were thrown clear;'I day evening at six. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY Range 34 East;
Members of the Kiwanis Club of the car ; beforeit entered the Junior Endeavor meeting Tuesday COUNTY IN CHANCERY, be and appear In the above entitledcause

and a number of visitors enjoyed canal, one of the men landing in : No. 82.-, at the Court House for Hendry
afternoon at three-thirty. "
RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE : County, Florida, at LaBelle. Florida
to the fullest extent a turkey
the water as he went through the,.I Mission Study Class meets Mondays CORPORATION, a corporation ; on ,Monday, the 5th day of December., '
and fish fry at the tennis courts top of the car. Bush was the first organized and existing under ; 1938. to answer the bill of complaintfiled
Wednesday evening, the event replacing at three in the- afternoon. the laws of the United States, : In said cause, as amended, elso
thrown out and it is likely that he I
Plaintiff( the allegations of said bill of com-
'their regular weekly din- was struck by the car in'some..I The public is cordially invited v. plaint, as amended, will be takenas
ner meeting. to worship In' the Community G. C. BANTZ AS TRUSTEE, : confessed by the said defendants.This .
fashion it overturned crushinghim
as '> and MRS. G. C. BANTZ his : order shall' be published once
Turkeys" were won in the shoot. through the hips and abdomen. I church. wife, and others named in the : each week for four consecutive weeksIn

by Tom Shelley, B., E. Herring, A.: There were no bones broken and bill, : The Clewiston News, a newspaperof in .
Defendants. : general circulation published ": t I
Wi. Lawrence and Harry Turner. : he is recovering as rapidly as may ORDER OF PUBLICATION Hendry County. Florida.

After the four turkeys had been : be expected at the Clewiston Em-; Marshall Mines, Pastor. Itr appearing by the sworn bill of DONE AND ORDERED this 27 day

shot off the fish fry was held ergency Hospital where he was complaint filed herein, as amended of October, 1938. _

and after present had satisfied the!I "The Church of Friendly Distinc- that the plaintiff is entitled to a (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
everyone taken by a passerby following further order of publication. Clerk of the Circuit Court

their appetites for food an- accident. tion. IT IS ORDERED that all parties for Hendry County, Florida. i

other shoot was held for six frying Bush stated that he was crowded Services every Sunday: claiming interest under S. P. Hern- EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, I

size chickens, R. N. Smith won two Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. don, deceased, or otherwise, in or to Miami, Florida,
from the road by the bright the following described real property Solicitors for Plaintiff.
of these and 'the others went to E. lights of an approaching car and E. Herring, Supt. lying and being situate in the Countyof Oct 28, Nov. 4,, 11. 18.

E. Kelly, I. N. Pafford, W. W. when he saw the bridge ahead of I Morning Worship ,1100.' Ser- Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit:
SE& of the SW!% of the SE% I
Perry and Dr. J. W. Ezelle.F. mon by the Pastor
him attempted to pull the car .f Section 23. Township 43 South, ivoTicnNotice
Deane Duff was included I back into the road too quickly, I B. Y. P. U. 6:15 p. m., V. C. Range 31 East; I

among the several guests presentat I Woodward, Director. W% of the NEW of the NEi is hereby given that the ,
I causing it to overturn. I of Section 35, Township 43 South,
the shoot.Freight' I Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. Board of Public Instruction of Hendry -
Range' 34 East
: ; third
County, Florida will, on the
I the Pastor. E/ of the NW% of the NE
JUNIOit BOY'S CLASS Sermon by day of December 1938 receive sealed
II Wednesday of Section 35, Township 43 South, for the construction of. a
( Midweek Service proposals
Line Making ORGANIZED AT CHURCH I Range 34 East: certain school building at Clewiston..
.at 7:30 p,. m. E%' of the SWt,4 of the NE 4 Florida in accordance with plans and
I The is invitedto of Section 35, Township 43 South, file in_ the
Regular Trips HereThe public cordially specifications now on
The Junior
Boy's Class of the :Range 34 ,East; Clark architect'
office of L. Phillips
attend all our services. W% of the SW'i of the NE4
Community Sunday School met at West Palm Beach, Florida.All .
of Section 35, Township 13 South,
the church Friday evening at 6:30 Range 34 East; proposals should be, addressedto
"Walking With God" is the ser-
St. Johns River Line which for the purpose of organizing their EV2 of the SE t.- of the NE'i S. A. Graves, Superintendent of
recently inaugurated a new water mon topic for Sunday 'morning. of Section 35, Township 43 South, Public Instruction. Hendry County,
class. Range 34 East Florida, LaBelle, Florida, and marked. -
"Missing The Mark" is the sub- ;
service from the East Coastto
freight ; for the Construction of
Miss Mary Markette, teacher assisted W% of the SE>i of the NEy4 Proposals
ject of the Sunday
points on the east lake shore message, ,on School Building.
by Miss, Ruth Knight, led of Section 35, Township 43 South.
and terminating at ,Clewiston, are evening. Range 34 East: The Board reserves the right to
now the meeting. A devotional program 1 Baptism Service Next SundayOn EVj of the NE',4 of the NWU' reject any and all bids. j
making regular trips with their including group singing, responsive of Section 35, Township 43 South, MRS. HOMER TAYLOR,
I afternoon November -
big river freighter. Sunday Range 34 East: Chairman, Board of Public
reading and prayer led by Billy 27,. a, group of Clewiston Baptistswill W% of the NEU of the NW1/ Instruction, Hendry County,
Most of.the freight delivered I Perry and Sherwood ,Hall openedthe of Section 35. Township 43 South, Florida
motor to Moore Haven for a I
here so far is said to be shipmentsof Range 34 East; .
program. Baptismal service in the Moore E% of the SW>4 of the NW 4, S. A. GRAVES, '
fertilizer and sugar sacks for Sherwood Hall elected 43 South Superintendent of Public Instruction '
was presi- Church of Section 35. Township .
Haven Baptist Baptistry. ,
Hendry County
the U. S. Sugar Corporation. Range 34 East: ,
dent, Ben Bolton, vice president, ,
There, will be about fifteen candi- 'Wlh of the SW'i of the 'NW' Florida.

Billy Perry, secretary and Bill dates and the public is cordially of Section 35, Township 43 South LOUIS O. GRAVELY,
Lawrence Prewitt, treasurer. Range 34 East: Attorney.No. .
Displays invited to attend. All who are E> of the SEU of the NWU 161-Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec. 2.
Meetings will be held two
every awaiting' Baptism are asked .to meetat of, Section 35, Township 43 South, .;
Large Linda AvacadoA. weeks on Monday evenings at the I tb e church at 2:45 and. trans- Range 34 East: NOTICE
homes of the class members. After W% of the SB'A of the NW%
portation 'will be provided. of Section 35, Township 43 South, Notice is hereby given that the
W. Lawrence the business meeting the group B. Y. P. U. Association Meets Range 34 East: Board of Public- Instruction of Hendry -
recently displayedan E% of the NE4 of the SWUof
retired to the recreational roomsof County Florida on the third day (ill
avacado grown on a seedling the church to The Everglades B. Y.. ,P. U.' As- Section 35 Township 43 South' of December, A. D. 1938. will receive '

tree at his home weighing three play numerous sociation meets this week on Tuesday Range 34 East: bids for the purchase of 33.000.00

games of Bingo. Charles Benbowwas evening at 7:30: with the Moore Nof the NWU of the SW& Special Tax School District No.7,
pounds and thirteen ounces, the winner of the games. .' of Section 35, Township 43 South, Hendry County Bonds, said bonds
largest of several nice sized fruit Haven church. All young people Range 34 East: beingIn denomination of 1000.0

taken from the tree. Present were Charles Benbow, interested in the B. 'Y.. P. U. are SWtf of the NW',4 of the SW'/ each said bonds bearing interest at
Sherwood Hall Junior Mills Sam the rate of six percent per annum
cordially invited to attend. Cars of Section 35, Township 43 South,
The variety has been recognizedas Young, Billy Maynard Per- Range 34 East; payable semi-armually and maturingas
Billy will leave the. Baptist church at follows: $1000.00 on July 1st, of
the Linda, a variety which growsan Billy Prewitt and SEVt of the NWU of the_ SW'i inclusive and
ry, Bobby Mayu- the years 1941 to 1953 ;
6:45. ,of Section 35, Township 43 South,
exceptionally large fruit with a ard. / Range 34 East; $2000.00 on Judy 1st, of the years
1954 to 1963. inclusive. All proposals
seed. The eating quality of I THANKSGIVING SERVICES W% of the SWU: of the SWU should be addressed to S. A. Graves,

the fruit is also said to be, excep-I BAPTIST LADIES TO of Section 35, Township 43 South, Superintendent of Public Instruction
tionally fine. AT. BAPTIST CHURCH Range 34 East; Hendry County, Florida, LaBelle, '
HOLD BAKERY SALE E1of the SEU of the SWU Florida and marked, Proposals for
of Section 35 Township. 43 South, the Purchase of Bonds.
I Thanksgiving services will be Range 34 East; The said Board reserves the right '
Local The Women:
Delegates At Missionary Society conducted in .the Baptist Churchon W% of the SEll of the SW'/i to reject any and all proposals.

of the First Baptist Church is of Section 35, Township 43 SouthRange :MRS. HOMER TAYLOR.
,Thursday morning at nine 0.-'
P.-T. A. MeetingMrs. planning to' conduct a bakery sale 34 East; Chairman, Board of Public
I clock. The pastor, Rev. Mines, will Eof the NEU of the SE% Instruction. Hendry; County,
on Wednesday, November 23, the lead ,a brief prayer service and de- of Section 35. Township 43 South, Florida.
day before Thanksgiving. There Range 34 East; S. A. GRAVES,
John H. Doty and Mrs. M. liver, a short address on the pur- W% of the NEi4 of the SE'/i Superintendent of Public
will be a booth at each end of town of Section 35 Township 43 South,
of the day. The service will Instruction, County
:M. Prewitt, delegates from the local pose Hendry -
i and Range 34 East;
pies cakes cookies
candy and last only thirty minutes and everyone Florida.
Parent-Teacher group to the all kinds of pastries will be sold .E/of the SWU of the SEU LOUIS O. GRAVELY
State Congress which met recently I in the community is invitedto of Section 35, Township 43 South, Attorney.No. .
in Sarasota at each booth. The entire proceedsof attend. Range 34 East; 160-Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec. 2. '
gave a very the sale will to the
intereat-I go Baptist
ing and worthwhile report God has been good to us duringthe

state meeting Tuesday afternoon to I building fund. last year and we owe it to

members of the, local group. ,I I MRS. SCHROEDER ENTERTAINS our Maker to take, this opportunity

Inspirational talks and of saying thank you for .all his

brought home to the local plans were I I EVENING BRIDGE CLUB care and blessings. We were spar- Jt'4 about time to

in an interesting ed the hurricane and the war has
manner group. Mrs. B. J. Schroeder entertainedthe
two delegates.At been ,at least delayed so we have '
Wednesday Evening Bridge temindi/ou .... w r+vaO
much for which to be grateful. Cer- (/ {
the business session reports I Club at her home this week using
tainly we can the hirty min-
W x
from cated the carnival committees indi-i I various gifts of cosmetics as prizes. utes necessary to ask God's con- : QQ Y: 'l.ftiiitOMQrtJibYthilEf- : INSURED;
one hundred dollars had Mrs. W. H. Lanier
won prize,
tinued protection for this com- (
been cleared on that affair. (I Mrs. H. H. Turner low and Mrs.R. munity.If .l{ S !pro

The approaching meeting of the I C. Nowling, cut. : 9
you are planning to go away 'ttikjdJ.bQUt"YESfERli .Y
Tri-County Council of P.-T. \.1 Gingerbread with .... 'CE COA ,
: whipped cream for, the day, why'not wait until <_ o,:' .'- ";-' -,--_;
will be held the second week I was served to Mr.s. T. B. Shelley,
In after this service. If you are having
December in Moore Haven was I Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs. Roy Alston -

.discussed. Mrs. Keathley: Bowden!! Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. C. E. company this Thanksgiving for 'dinner service you can'attend'and still '" ;:1c'. ,. YOU can't afford' to procrastinate

was named as delegate at large I NaIl, Mrs. H. C. Nowling, Mrs. H. time meal. :, l : "
have to the big -rlt\
to accompany the president, vice! H. Turner and Mrs. W. H. Lanier. The turkey will prepare taste better- you .f- *. much longer in. starting to save a ;

president and secretary to the meeting -i I "
will come and thank God Thursday portion of your income..and! invest .
and all members were invited i VAN ARNAM MINSTRELTO

and urged to attend. i I BE HERE NOVEMBER :23; morning. 01t a*er it wisely... during your productive

The dollar prize for attendancewent 1 C O\'J\O Nave .;
I I o years. The slogan/Save and

last month to the twelfth I For 20 years John R. Van Arn- under' their waterproof tent theatre..
grade and this : be old-fashioned but the sensible -
month' .to the se"-I am has come to this section of Captain Henry is well known to SN4' may ,

enth grade.Eighteen. the country with his Honeyboy Minstrel every radio listener in the, world. 6 \s ''people that follow it are the

Show. He clung minstrelsy For until a short time ago he was t-J e1f We'll gladly
happy meet.
Qualify' long after all other professional broadcasting every week from coastto \S 4 ones you

.1 producers had abandoned it and coast. \_, .,.1o_' help you with our time-tried, safe

for eight years had the only min- Mr. Van Arnam has provided and profitable savings plans.
(Continued from page one) v I strel show given by white performers Captain Henry with a fine ,arrayof .

E. G. Kilpatrick 434588. I in the United States and Can- stage stars, vaudeville acts and
John Thomas 45-43-88. I .'
ada. :
pretty girls to combine with the .
Ralph Kirk 50-40-90. i Turning finally to another form radio stars to give the public two '
H. C. VanLandingham 4743Q,1 Hof' Clewiston Federal
'entertainment he
now presentsthe and one-half hours of wonderful en- Savingsand

, Charles Fenwick 47-44-91:, I'I famous radio star, Captain Henry tertainment. Bear in mind they ,,

Ed Ward U-45-92, and his Show Boat Follies, a will be here one night only, Noyemb@r ; -

. mil Owen, Jr., 48-46-94.\ ..... radio stage show of 25 performers 21 Loan Association' ; ?, '.';. .