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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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l,;) VOLUME i2, NUMBER 51 CLEWIS TON.' JFLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER_ 2, 1938 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR





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Jt. J:6S Slight Increase In __ Visit To Sugar House

: LOCAL BOYS UNCONCERNED IN

( THEIR FIRST GAME ON l Price Of Beans And Dinner At Inn
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tt'-: Clewiston Tigers took another A slight increase was noted in

,,. 0 game Tuesday night from the price of beans the first of

the Fort Myers sextet in a game the week after cold weather had Between 160 and 175 people, including

, played under lights on Terry Field cleaned out the bean crop along a number of United States

tf4:, in Fort Myers, but the going was I the Atlantic Seaboard and the Gulf.Senators and Congressmen, other

; '." tougher than in their first encounter Coast but the increase has not :Washington officials and prominentmen

:' the final score being 18-13. iar rJ4 / been as sharp as had been anticipated -! in national affairs will be

f The Tigers, took an early and I Y tir di or hoped for. aboard the special train which left

commanding lead by pushing \. ? \.. But even with the present low: New York yesterday on a tour of

. across for two touchdowns in the I ickqwPc: prices at least one fanner in the Florida which includes a visit to

f' first period, one by Munselle Stone, Clewiston area stands a chance of I Clewiston next Monday, December

" hard-charging Tiger back and the making some money on his crop. 5. The special train is known as

l other by Jimmy Winn, but there W. S. Bowdon and asso'ciates planted : the Florida Resources Special and

t- the Fort Myers team came to ,life 140 acres of which there are I is making the tour under the sponsorship -

, and played the local. sextet 'to a I about 120 acres of good beans. of the Florida .State Chamber '

standstill until the final period.A Forty acres of these are wax 'beans : of Commerce. The Clewiston,

brilliant double drive which car- and the remainder Stringless$ Blacks Chamber of Commerce is participating -

ried each time for touchdowns wentto which seem to be the favorite beanon 'in plans for their entertain

no avail for the Tigers in this the northern markets this year. ment here.

period when the plays were called The train is expected to arrive in
The wax beans have been picked
back., Both of these were made by Jacksonville at 3:15 today and af-
twice and produced an average of
of them on an ter being entertained
Owen Winn, one there until
150 hampers, to the acre. These are
intercepted pass. A short time lat- r" late that night the group will con-
now
selling at $1.25 per hamper:
/ er, however, his ,brother Jimmy !i M The Blacks are also producing tinue on to 1\Ii m1=-where they will

Winn, was' on the receiving end of and remain until Sunday night. The
I abundantly are selling at about
crossed the goal train will arrive in Port
a nice pass and $.85 and $1.00 per hamper. It is Mayaca at
the third Clewiston marker eight o'clock Monday to
line for morning
Commissioner Nathan Mayo host to visiting agricultural commissioners expected that a 'total of about 9-I
begin the
Everglades tour for
the
and the deciding score.
I stops at the mill of the United States Sugar! Corporation, Clewiston where 000 hampers will be taken from

Fort Myers .failed to score until Miss "Dixie Crystals" (Bernice Guthrie), gowned in cane invites him and the field, which is approximately party.

after Clewiston had their three I 'his guests to inspect the products display set up by the Savannah Sugar half picked now.Committees. Five or six buses will be chartered

touchdowns. A series of line plunges Refining Corporation refiners of all raw, sugar produced in the Everglades.The from the Florida Motor Lines
charming little lady seated the sack is Miss Eleanor Gravely grand-
where on to meet the
carried to the Tiger 20 I delegation at Port
daughter' of the Commissioner., NamedAt .
Murphy heaved :a pass to Cowart (FLORIDA NEWS SEBYlCHj-.. Mayaca and the welcoming committee -

', which was good 'for the first score. I I will contain representatives

a r' + "&''few minutes later they forced the' Kiwanis' Meeting from Clewiston, Belle Glade and-

Tigers to punt and again made a DRAINAGE DISTRICT DR. BOURNE WINS i Pahokee.

march down the field and Miller A tour of the Phipps propertiesat
The.Kiwanis Club in regular dinner -I
plunged across for the second tally Port Mayaca is first on the UenI -
EXTENDS TIME meeting"at the InnVednes-
FOR
making the conversion DECREE IN PATENT
with Cowart day evening heard \ the announce-I erary and then will continue on

just a few seconds before the i jto Canal Point for a brief stop
ment of the members of the new
game ended..tri I fat the federal cane breeding and
ACCEPTING TITLESA CASE WITH STATEDr. committee which will serve dur-

c : This was the first'game played ing the coming year and a splen-I experiment station. From here the

by the Tigers on a lighted field the group will be taken to the Azucar ,
V : did talk of appreciation to
\ and every member of the team I plantation village and here the
members the which
resolution of committees
was this
passed .
B. A. Bourne, sugar cane ladies in the
party,
said that after a few seconds of numbering fiftyor
week by the board of directors of agronomist and head of'the have functioned this year by retiring -
research -
sixty, will remain while the
started
the men
nervousness as game
the Everglades Drainage District president W. W. Perry.
,
department for the United
all about lights and aboard one of the company trains,
they forgot ,
extending the time for acceptingtitle Mr. Perry stated that while the
of States Sugar Corporation, was suc- will be taken on a tour of the
played one of the best games cane
to tax delinquent lands until Club had shown but little progress I
cessful in
his I
the proving patent rightsto fields in this section. In the mean
season. the 31st day of May, 1939. certain new varieties of during the past year insofar: as "
time
sugar the ladies will be shown
\
Every member of the Clewiston community accomplishments were(
The board was acting under the cane invented, developed and pat- about the plantation village and

squad was given an opportunityto provision of Senate Bill No. 1095 ented by him and was awarded the concerned that a large indebtedness I will meet the men on their return

play by Coach Wakefield andit passed by the 1937 Legislature and I I decision in the case of certain state had been hanging at the, beginningof I for a program at the Azucar color-
while some of the reserve this which had been paid
was
the clerks of the court in the departments who sought to take year ed school. The ladies will then be
material was in the final quarter coun-j off in its entirety allowing the new I
ties I
wholly or ,partially these patent rights in a suit heard brought directly to Clewiston where
that Fort made their scores. start off free of indebt
Myers to
drainage district are instructed to by Circuit Judge Geo. W. White-: year I! they will be served luncheon at

Credit for excellent playing was handle tax redemptions in accord- hurst in Fort Myers'on January ,10 edness. He expressed his : the Inn and be honored at a bridge
given to each member of the squad ation to the various I
ance with the same law. and 11 of this year apPleci-I', party there in the afternoon. A
but the Winn brothers in every play members for their
The resolution read in part as JudgeVihitehurst, at the conclusion : number of Clewiston ladies will act
were again outstanding on, both of- cooperation and expressed, a
I
follows: of the case took the matter .as guides and companions on a tour
fense and defense. that the new committee members
"Pursuant to the provisions of under advisement in order that he of the city and of the sugar house
would give to the, new president,
Senate Bill No. 1095, :Acts of 1937, might have time to study over the A. W. Lawrence, the same typeof before they return to their train,
Dr. Bourne Speaker
i the time within which tax sale cer- voluminous testimony presented in cooperation. which in the meantime will have

tificates (or other tax liens) held the case.' His: decision was announced been brought to Clewiston and plac-

j At Palm Beach Meet by or for the benefit of the Everglades this week and his final decree Members of the new committeesare ed on a siding. Their dinner will

' : Drainage! District or by the dismissed the suit brought by the as follows: be served in the special trains' two
Agriculture: J. E. Beardsley, II.M. .
State Board of Education diners.
board of commissioners thereof, and the
p Dr. B. A. Bourne, head of the rep- Bishop, A. O. Ward, Tom Shel
resenting taxes _or assessments levied State Control Board against Dr. The men will leave Canal Point
research department for. the United ley.
by'or upon the Everglades Bourne. I and continue to Pahokee and thento
States Sugar Corporation was guest Club Meetings: Richard Wilson,
Drainage District for 1934 or prior The state attempted in the suit LaBelle with stops being made
speaker at the luncheon meeting of Harry Turner, W. W. Perry, J. W.
years may be redeemed, is hereby to 'prove that the new varieties of briefly at the state prison farm and
the West Palm Beach Kiwanis Club Ezelle.
I '' extended to and including the 31st sugar cane were invented, and developed at one of the principal packinghouses
: at the Hotel George Washington in Membership and Class: D. G. I
day of May, 1939." while Dr. Bourne was em- I in Chosen. At 1:30 the
i that city \ dnesday.I Alston, W. W. Perry, T. B. Shelley,
"Clerks of Courts counties ployed at the state experimental group will be the guests of the
I Dr. Bourne spoke on factors qf lying J. F. Tippey.
wholly or partly'within the station and because of this that the Belle Glade and Pahokee Chambersof
which prevent the development of Finance: Board of Directors.
state deserved the Commerce at luncheon iri Belle
Everglades District patent. rightsto
the sugar industry in the Florida Drainage are Program and Music: I. M. Paf-
these varieties. However Glade with a visit to the state
Dr.
authorized to make and handle such ,
Everglades and of the effect on ford, Rev. F. C. Taylor, J. E.:
redemptions in accordance with the Bourne was successful in proving experimental farm after luncheon.
the present unemployment situation Beardsley, Dr. ,J. W. Ezelle, Miss
provisions of1 Senate"Bill 1095 as if that the varieties were inventedby They will then continue on to Clew
should the government permit the Marion Leydig.Underprivileged.
the time of redemption had never him before he accepted employ- iston with frequent 'stops to observe
Everglades to produce even as much Children: Dr. J.
I expired.. Clerks are to submit ment with the state and were patented -vegetable farming operations, a
sugar as Floridians themselves can pro- W. Ezelle, B. E. Herring, H. R-
ceeds of such redemptions to the nearly two years after he stop at the South Bay plantation
.......j use. Dr. Bourne, thoroughly familiar Hall E. E. Kelly.
Everglades Drainage District." left the state's employ. village of the United States Sugar
with every phase of the sugar Public Affairs:' J. E. Beardsley, of the U.
and tour
Corporation a
industry, gave to the Kiwanians: The varieties, in question were 11. M. Bishop, A. O. Ward, T. B. immedIately
S. reservation
Engineer -
Army
MRS. MARY JANE RACKSTRAW given the following U. Si: Patent
a number of salient points regarding (Continued on page 8) .
east of Clewiston.The
the industry which were well numbers: 203, 210 and 220 and

received by the members present. Mrs. Mary Jane Rackstraw, 80, are known to the U. S. Sugar Corp- tour will then proceed
Sr.
HOMER: WAKEFIELD: through the residential section'of
The program for the day was in died Wednesday morning at her oration as F31-962, F30-35 and
Clewiston and end at the'sugar
'charge of the agricultural committee home in Washington D. C. Mrs. F31436.A .
Homer Eugene Wakefield, Sr., 63, house at 5:00 with an hour to' ,
with J. O. Bowen, presiding., Rackstraw was of English birth, copy of the final decree by
retired school teacher, died at his be shown through the house and
was her late husband.For Judge Whitehurst follows
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ias I Lome in Arcadia Wednesday. In his view the manufacture of raw sugar.
PETTEWAY: TO SPEAK ITO II. several years she had made In the Circuit Court of the Twelfth
I. 40 years of teaching in Florida he They will then return to the Clew-
BAPTISTS IN, MOOR1S HAVEN home in Washington with a Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
i served as principal at Seabreeze, iston Inn for refreshments and din-
daughter, Miss Elsie Rackstraw. for Hendry County, 'in Chancery.
Madison, Holly Hill and' Pierson
Raleigh 'Petteway of She is survived by two sons,
Judge
ner.The
JW. State Board of Education of
and taught at San Mateo and the dinner is expected to be held
Miami will be guest speaker at Gaynum B., of Clewiston, Alfred, Florida, a body ,corporate under
Florida Normal Institute.
at 8:00 to be followed by an en-
the quarterly meeting of', the dis- of Bay City, Michigan, three daugh- the Constitution and laws of. Survivors include 1Irs.Vake-
plantation
tertainment given by
trict Peace River Brotherhood association ters, Miss Elsie, and Mrs., Emerson the State of Florida, and
State
field, two sons, Homer Eugene, Jr., workers, the ladies rejoining the
be held in Moore Haven Woolfitt, of Washington and Miss
to
Board of Control
o, a body corpo- coach of he Clewiston
, high school, party for this entertainment. The
Thursday evening, December 8 Ann Rackstraw of Asbury Park, rate under
the laws
I of the Robert, of Arcadia and
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one daughter :movie, "Sugar In The Everglades"will
: at 7:45, to which the public is cordially New Jersey, and several grand- State of Florida, I
Mrs. A, Clark Dean of Pan- then be shown on the porch
children.
I I invited. (Continued on page eight) ama City. '- (Continued on page 8)
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I NATURE'S CHRISTMAS GIFT HEALTH ASK MEANOTHER 'Th A Quiz! With Answers

Offering Information

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o Dyspepsia commonest of '. I
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ailments most often due to I The Questions merely a figurative term to denote

functional disorders.By 1. What is meant by the Seven the far-flung waters of the world's
Seas? oceans.

,Dr. James W ,Barton" ; 2. Which American city has the '2. New York has 5,500 miles oi
largest total street mileage? streets.
I YSPEPSIA or pain in the 3. Why is the Airedale so called? 3. The dog received ,its name
4. Where from Aire Valley in England.
1 and what' is the size
considered the
stomach is
4. In Puerto Rico there is
of the world's largest photograph? a pho-
commonest of any single ail- 5. What is meant when it is said tograph of the island that measures -
ment. A study of 10,000 patients that an actor is ad libbing? 43 feet long and 8 feet wide.

aged 15 and older showed 4,223 6. What is the world record for.. 5. He is making up His lines as

cases (about 42 per cent) complaining speed on the water? -a he 6.speaks.It is held by Sir Malcolm

of dyspepsia.Drs. The Answers Campbell, who, on Lake: Hallwil,

A. B. Rivers and A. E. near Lucerne, Switzerland, drove
1. In the best usage.today .it is his Bluebird at 130.91 miles an hour.
Mendes Ferriera, Mayo Clinic -

who made the study, di-
vided the causes into four 'Make Your Mark' pattern to The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft -
Dept., 82 Eighth Ave.,
types: Organic, reflex, systemic In Easy Stitches New York.

and functional. Please write your name, ad-

Organic dyspepsias are those due You'll be delighted with the effects dress and pattern number plainly.
to changes in the tissues of thestomach
... you can achieve with these
ana nrsipart ; initials. They're just lazydaisyand
of small intes- outline stitch with a french

ih tine stomach.adjoining the knot for the flower center. The NO FUSS


Among reflexes, {h S
Two million Christmas trees causes of dyspepsiaare 1

> P come annually from Washington diseases of the 11 1A RELIEVING COLD'

appendix, gall blad- ,
where +
state, a ranger r, 400
der, bile ducts and 0 DISCOMFORT THIS, WAY!
(above) tags trees for cutters kidney stones which .o

(below) who leave the stump disturb the chemis-
and lower branches from whicha try or mechanics or Just Follow Simple Directions Below-

. new tree will grow. _-..'NM.A: --- working arrange- and Use Fast-Acting Bayer Aspirin

,; Dr. Barton ments of the stom-
ach and duodenum.
S.
Among dyspepsias due to some'
thing wrong with the body or sys- f 1. To ease pain and
? tem are disorders of the glands or ,1l A discomfort and re-
organs and poisons in the blood. duce fever take 2
Functional dyspepsias include disturbances I iBayerTablets.drlnk
b-, a glass of water.Repeat
dueto nervousness, emo- 1 In 2 hours.
tional disturbances and nervous ex I
a1N'
haustion.Of .
4
the 12 most common causes of
indigestion functional dyspepsia (no
2. If Throat Is raw 1
real disease) stood first .
or organic Y'
from cold, crush and,
r numbering 25 per cent, ulcer of dissolve 3 Bayer h
Ci 9 stomach or small intestine stood Tablets In % glass 3 )
a (1
1 y 1 second with 9 per cent and liver 1 1 it of water.

and gall bladder and bile ducts
stood third with about 8% per' cent. Pattern 6158 I

_>.','----.r#=- ... ', "", ,,,,,,,,w,,,"" ''''. ."..., _....__..__.-.0.__ Other common causes 'were heart
and blood vessel ailments 5l& per initials dress up linens or any per-
It's the Way Thousands Know to
cent, migraine (one sided headache) sonal accessories whether you ,
4V per cent, and constipation about conservatively use one color, a Ease Discomfort of Colds and Sore

Q. 4 per cent. Cancer would have been color and black or a variety of Throat Accompanying Colds

more common if the' ages had started colors. Pattern 6158 contains a The simple way pictured above
at 40 instead of 15. transfer pattern of two 2inchalphabets often brings amazingly fast relief

Worry Takes Toll. two 1%-inch alphabets, from discomfort and sore throat
and 4 motifs 2 4 by 2% inches; in- accompanying colds.
Why should the functional ( or-
no
formation for initials illustrations it. Then -
placing ; Try -see your doctor.
ganic trouble) cause the greatest of stitches. He probably will tell you to continue
percentage of cases of dyspepsia? Send 15 cents in coins for this with the Bayer Aspirin be-
"The stresses of life in this day cause it acts so fast to relieve discomforts
and age exact quite a toll in those of a cold. And to reduce 1
who choose to take part vigorouslyin fever. ..sr
the race of life. The resulting Begged $267,000,000Probably This simple way, backed by --;

nervous and physical exhaustion, scientific authority, has largely supplanted -
worry, depression and various the largest number of the use of strong medicines
mental conflicts produce changes in begging letters ever sent to one I in easing cold symptoms. Perhapsthe
easiest most effective yet
the normal smooth regular beha- person on one occasion delugedMrs. way
discovered. But make get
sure you
vior of the motor (movements) and Edward H. Harriman after BAYER Aspirin.

Left: Loaded on sleds, the trees are hauled through the for- chemical mechanics of digestion, the death of her wealthy husbandin

ests by horses to a concentration camp (right) where they are and these disturbances of the move- 1909. These thousands of let- _
ments and chemistry of the stom- ters, an analysis of which was
I bundled by size and grade. Butts are sawed even. Both tall and C
ach and small intestine cause dys- later compiled in a book, requested -
short trees are needed, the former for old-fashioned high-ceil- IJFOR12 TABLETS
pepsia. It is not surprising that more than $267,000,000.Collier's -
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inged homes, the latter for modern low-ceilinged houses. most of these cases of functional in- Weekly. 2 FULL DOZEN 25o o

digestion occurred between the'agesof
;3 sar.Sy 5 .
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[ V 25 to 39."

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After the age of 40, cases of can-
cer become more numerous. "POOR TRUST IS DEAD-
The lesson then is that while most

cases of stomach trouble are due to
nervous and emotional disturbance, BAD PAY KILLED HIM"This

disturbances of other organs can .

also cause many cases. After the sign with picture of "doggie," gone where all "doggies"go
age of 40 the possibility of cancer hanging on the wall of a small store in a little North Carolina

must never be forgotten. town which was plenty years ago, was my first squint at the hint
to pay cash. Some need a hint while others need a kick to make

Fever Often HelpfulIn good their I. O. U's. The owner of that North Carolina store the
kids called "OLD MAN CASH." What the grown-ups called him,
S. Fighting Ills I dunno.It .

A' few years ago certain types of was said that he was a mind reader because he was always

insanity accompanied by paralysiswere able to arrange to be at the spot where you had to look at that

cured by injecting'the malaria sign, and him, too, when you wanted credit. His cold stare and I
organisms and causing an attack that sign caused stuttering "the promise to pay tomorrow." I
of malaria. When the malaria at- It was told that some could not even utter the stutter when facing
tack was cured by quinine, some ol him and his sign. -
-- Loaded into freight cars, Washington's _Christmas trees are the patients were found to be free
I ready for shipment to three-quarters of the nation.. The, above of their mental symptoms and were In later years, after his retirement, speaking of his experience,
load is destined for Atlanta, Ga. able to return home. Later it was he said, "There was,a time when was a Santa Claus and some
discovered that the great heat- folks seemed to think every day was December twenty-fifth, and
fever-of the attack of malaria that no week had a pay day and no month, a first. It was then I
brought about the cure. Physicianshad decided to change my store habits and if possible the habits of
remembered that heat is of some of my towns-people."
Qt} / help to the body when at- -
great After thinking things over awhile, I made up my mind to adver- J-
: ; tacked by any ailment. Use. I reasoned it out that a general alarm in the WEEKLY, the .
Physicians remember that it is only paper in town, to tell about my store, the goods and the new
I not many years ago since reducingthe policy paying, would hit everybody and it would help me save i
aW' temperature in a patient was shame-Caces-some might feel sheepish while readingmy adver- I
done almost regularly. Patient was tisements and have a heart.I 0 S
given a laxative his food reducedin
and got interested in advertising. I found other people some of
: amount, a drug given to reduce -
.' the fever. Today in many them my customers, read advertisements, so I helped it along
cases Unly a light laxative is given the best I knew how. I put gingersnap words in my advertisements -
food is not reduced, and no drug is and some humor, and that's how the idea came for the

given for the fever as the fever is POOR TRUST IS DEAD sign. ,

recognized as nature's method of I I also found that good-name goods had repeat sales and that S I
: r Y aIn > fighting off the ailment. It is only I started me concentrating on staples with.the result that fussinessover
w when the fever gets within dangerous I what kind, no longer confused or irked. Dilly-dally selling:
limits that any attempt is madeto efforts, wasting time and costing money passed out.
reduce it.
1 Customers bought baking powder, soda, flour, soap and other
Today, instead of reducing tem-
articles bearing identification marks. Kids called them pictures.
perature, it is not unusual for phy-
sicians to use methodselectricityand Products put up in neat, convenient, honest weight and measured
cartons, boxes, bottles and cans. What an improvement in busi-
others-to increase the
temper-
ness and the dispositions of the customers. I even improved with ) (.
ature of the body thus actually increasing ;

Washington, the tree that makes these '
youngsters happy on 'its fighting disease conditions so greatly changed for the better.
or resisting -
Christmas --
morning was not cut destructively. Instead it gave forces. I W. E. MOFFETT
needed room for neighboring trees to faster and better.
grow e> Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. 1 I

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for 'That ------- IMPROVED DIZZY ; Playing --"THE BEAST9- By Joe Bowers

UNIFORM INTERNATIONALSUNDAY
Which Was UnavoidableW.
YOU CAN'T /I SEE YOUR I SEE'THE

B. Maxwell tells a story | '- oot ME \BASER. NATURE BEAST INv

about the venerable Lord Hals- LLessonBy ;*

bury, whose caddie had forced the

l famous lord chancellor to count a HAKUL.1J i-. UNUWLUS'l, L>. LI.
I- second stroke after his ball: had Dean of The Moody Chicago.Bible Instituteof t

been pulled out from under a bush. Western Newspaper Union.

I f' "A harsh decision," soliloquizedthe

jurist, "and I cannot but
strongly urge that if the ball was Lesson for December 4

playable in law it was not play- AS Ir HE MUST THINK'I' HAVETAPEWORM

able in fact. Theo how can one THE SIN OF LYING UH A

equitably be penalized as ,if com- \\\\11/111./ _

mitting a misdemeanor' ,.when only. LESSON TEXl-Exodus 20:16: John 8:42- (,//. :'' Z J i .., .
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that which is unavoidable 17 4:25. ; "
doing ; Epheslans := ; ::.- d.
GOLDEN TEXT-Behold, thou desiresl \f\t.- ;
and inevitable? I would submit .
truth In the Inward parts.-Psalm 51:6.. ... .. : : -
that if golf be really* game of '

skill, and not merely a game of )
(
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chance. .." he wenton, until .the, Lesson' subjects and Scripture texts iclectea' ,, :.?
"and copyrighted by 'International
reached..
: green was Council ol Religious Education: used by
permission. rWHAT

"God is truth. The word truth

A Three Days' Cough'IsYourDangerSignal describes the very nature of God. EA and WHY I

Lying opposite, therefore from, reveals God. Satan a character is a- to

liar., He was a liar from the begin- .
I No matter how many medicines ning and is spiritually the father of $
you have tried for your common in cellulose
j ers or bulk. Good
cough, chest cold, or bronchial Irritation all -liars., A lie does not necessarilyhave
you may get relief now with to be an untruth. A statementof C. Houston Goudiss Describes Some of the Functionsof sources' of this substance being

J. Creomulsion. Serious trouble may' a truth may be a lie if its purpose Vitamin Recent Discoveries of Its notably bran, whole grain cereals,
, be brewing and you cannot affordto is to deceive. A half truth may be B1-Reports most raw fruits; dried fruits, suchas
take chance with
less potent a than Creomulsion any remedy,vhich the worst kind of a lie. Satan'slies Relation to the Gastro-Intestinal Tract prunes, figs and raisins; raw

goes right to the seat of the trouble are usually mixed with vegetables; such cooked vegeta-
: and aids nature to soothe and heal truth..", Consider "modernism, By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS bles as onions\ and leafy greens;
'
,a! \ ) the and inflamed to loosen mucous and expel membranes) germ- which has enough truth in it to no more dramatic chapter has ever been written and and legumes, that is, dried beans

I laden phlegm. make it accepted by thousands of PERHAPS peas. ,
of nutritional science than the discovery of ,
. Even if other remedies have failed, people, but sufficient error to deprive These foods, therefore, have a
don't be discouraged, try CreomulElon. it'of any power, to save souls"L. the chemical structure of the vitamin ,now known as Bx and definite place in the diet of nor-
Your druggist is authorized to mal individuals. The homemaker
refund if not ( D. Higley). its artificial synthesis.
are
your money you '
1. Forbidden to Lie (Exod. 20:16). should see to it that they are included '
thoroughly satisfied with the bene- Inasmuch as a deficiency of this vitamin may have extremely -
fits obtained. Creomulsion Is regularly in her daily
one This commandment specifically
word,ask for it plainly, see that the forbids perjury, which' one'of the, far-reaching effects upon human health and happi- menus.
name on the bottle is Creomulsion it is that homemaker should learn
ness important If that task is faith-
every performed
forms of because it
and you'll get the genuine productand worst lying, ,- .. .
the relief you want. (Adv.) may result in the forfeiture of the something of its functions,
i very life of a fellow being. It is its characteristics and its the nervous system, intestine, healthier and more vigorous race. .

obvious, however, that it includesall pancreas, stomach, salivary
Out of Stride sources.
forms of lying, whether in busi- glands, liver and other tissues.
Set a beggar on horseback and
ness, in social contacts, in.the home, The whole power of ,the body to I Questions AnsweredMrs. I
he will ride gallop. Burton.
a
or in the church. We might do well The Anti-Neuritic Substance resist infection appears to be de

to consider what the Bible has to say Vitamin Bi is known to preventand creased. This is especially true S. T. L.-Yes, you are cor-

I about whisperers, talebearers, back- to cure a nerve disease called in the gastro-intestinal tract, prob- rect. All, kinds of flesh food fur-
Wait MothersAsk biters, and others (see Lev. 19:6; beriberi. ably owing to the action of the nish protein; and usually they also

II Cor. 12:20): ). "Thou shalt not The disease was known in An- bacteria on its passage through contain fat. The amount of fat,
bear false witness" at time, cient times in the Orient. It the tract.
any ,occurred i impaired alimentary however, varies with the cut and
-
Your anywhere, or-in, any way. in other ,with the kind of animal from

II. Fountain of Lies (Matt. 15:19 countries duringthe Some Peculiarities of This Vitamin which it was obtained. Many flesh

20). Nineteenth cen- i Vitamin Bi soluble in water. foods have more fat than full
Our constant concern for the body > > tury. And even in
Doctor First 3' > : For this cream.
: reason, a large percentage -
that it may be healthy, clean, and the Twentieth cen- of it may be lost if the waterin Mrs. T. A.-If a year-old infant
well groomed is commendable up tury, some of the
which a food is soaked or receives a quart of milk daily, he
to the point where it becomes an British troops stationed should obtain sufficient protein,
cooked is discarded. Other
attempt to "glorify" the flesh. But in Mesopo- waysin
calcium phosphorus and vitaminA
which this precious vitamin is ,
after all, the body is not the most q b tamia and the Dar- his He
to meet requirements.
S JT.QYl lost are through, refining cerealstoo
important thing. The heart is what danelles during the will likewise receive substantial
> highly or when the natural
makes a man (read Matt. 15:7-11). = World ,
war came
amounts of vitamins B and G but
acidity 'of, a food is lowered by ,
But what comes out of man's unregenerate -, down with the dis-
the addition of.an alkali. he needs a supplementary sourceof
heart? What horri-
I a ease. vitamin C.
----
ble catalogue we read in verse 191 Even before this --WNU-C. Houston Goudass-193& 39. "".'
It is not what a man eats or whathe vitamin was identified, a Euro- i Preventing Vitamin BI DeficiencyIt

wears that makes him, but whatis pean investigator was seeking to has been suggested that the

in his heart. How foolish then to determine why a small portion of health department of every vil- Uncle }JhlSayj

hope to redeem humanity by improving milk added to a diet containing lage, town and city should not be

. housing, having better protein, fats, carbohydrates and content with protecting the. local
.1 H'. 4 schools and bigger playgrounds. All minerals successfully nourished community against infectious diseases : w4Looking

P'Vi these are desirable, but the one individuals'who did not enjoy good but should be equally militant -

I thing needful is that man's heart be health when the milk was omitted. in endeavoring to safeguardits

,i Never give your children unknown"Bargain" washed in the blood of the Lord people against the dietary de- Into the Future ?
Jesus Christ that he be born again. ficiency diseases which have been
remedies to take Chemical Identification
un- 111. Father of Lies (John 8:42-47)). discovered through the, recent ad- Are we grateful for the favors of
less you ask your doctor.A Many investigators sought for vances in nutritional knowledge. I the past, or for the favors we expect -
Liars had better consider their years to fathom the secret of this That is because later on?
mother may save a few pennies many people
"family tree" and see how they like
her children unknown mysterious substance. who afford the foods I'
giving
prep their spiritual father. He is lustful, can easily Welcome an unpleasant ex-
arations. But a child's life is precious murderous and there is no truthin After long research by many that furnish vitamin Bt are con- perience. Ten to one it will

beyond pennies. So-Ask your distinguished investigators, two suming a diet deficient in this respect make a good talking point in
him If
doctor before you give any remedyyou (y. 44)) you belong to
Americans reached milestone in This unfortunate situation
a future conversations.
don't know all about. that family would you not like to
I lGod's the history of nutritional science may arise because they believe makes its mark in lines
And when giving the commonchildren's change families and be born into Thought
milk when they discovered the chemi- that their customary diet is ade- the face. Absence of thought
remedy, of mag- family through the Lord Jesus upon
i nesia, always ask for "Phillips' Christ? cal structure vitamin B1 and quate. Or, they conclude that appetite shows itself in broad blank spaces..
I Milk of Magnesia. learned how to synthesize it. is ,a reliable guide to the
We Them
As have Thereby Gauge
I we already suggested,
, I Because for three generationsPhillips' meals that should be consumed.
the prize lie of Satan is modern
A man's salary is as secretly
, has been favored by
. many A Regulator of Body ProcessesIn
physicians as a standard reliable religious liberalism. We quote, again : I sacred to him as a woman's age is
l. "t' and proved preparation-marvel- from Mr.- Higley: "The first lie the course of their work with Sources of Vitamin BI to her.

ously gentle for youngsters. was told by Satan and it brought vitamin Bi, nutritional scientists Investigation has establishedthat People without a sense of humor -

Many children like Phillips' in about the fall of the human race. 'have discovered many other important foods yielding a good amountof act very funny at times.

the newer''form- tiny peppermint- The last lie by Satan is; being functions of this vitamin.It vitamin Bi include bran, milk, Native wit in a backwoodsman

flavored 'tablets that chew like told even now in the form of has been determined that this eggs, bananas orange juice, car- delights the cultured 'more than.

candy. Each tablet contains the modernism, that makes the Church substance is essential to growth rots, spinach and cabbage.One all the smartness of their asso-
of of the
equivalent one' teaspoonful impotent even to save its own people and that it is also necessary to of America's outstanding ciates.
liquid Phillips. 25; fora big box. "
'. Let us have no part in putting promote normal appetite. Labora- nutritional scientists has stated
A bottle of Phillips' Milkof I
liquid
forward this falsehood either by that foods be made
Magnesia costs but 25;. Soanyone tory experiments with animals revealed can to providethe
can afford the genuine. Careful word or deed. that when fed upon a diet necessary daily requirementof

mothers ask for it by its full name Note that in verses 45-47 Jesus lacking vitamin B,, the animals vitamin Bi {half of the needed

"Phillips'Milk Magnesia." challenges His enemies'to convict lost their desire for food and refused calories are taken in the form of

Him of sin or of falsehood. No one to eat until the vitamin was fruits, vegetables, milk and eggs,

PHILLIPS' MILK OF MAGNESIA has ever been able to meet that restored to their diet. and if at least half of the breads

i *IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM hallenge. Even .those who deny There is also some evidence and cereals consumed are takenin ME make-BY MAIL tho
His Godhood and Saviourhood the whole grain form. This TY World1 No.l FIT-RITB
that vitamin B1 is for
necessary 60 Dental Plate for men and women
I
speak swelling words of commendation the maintenance of normal mus- suggests the advisability of add- DAYS'from impressions taken in year home.
! The Easier Way of His pure l life and exalted cular tone of the large intestine. ing some bran to muffins, waffles, BACK GUARANTEE of leased patroni YOU'LL MONEYTRIAL BE-

Men willingly believe what they moral teaching. If then He told the and other quick breads when they FREE month-forms SATISFIED.easy directions and* pouibla.catalog.

wish.Caesar.t"iONOMICAL. truth about other things, surely He are intended for the dietary of WRITE ME TODAY1 C. T. Johnson Pres. of
COMPANY
DENTAL
UNITED STATES
i spoke the truth about Himself. The Aids Gastro-Intestinal Tract normal individuals. The same pro- D.pt.1ZWI.1555 Milwaukee Av..,Chicago,III.

claims He made for Himself as the Chemical studies on 75 patientsled cedure can likewise be followed in

Son of God and the Saviour of the one investigator to conclude serving.hot or cold cereals.
t world are, plain and unmistakable. Another distinguished authority
...,; 8y3 S64 that a continual slight shortage of
It we deny them we either make holds that adequate, amounts of
vitamin B leads to definite
I ...... 3 DOZ. TABLET 20CF'
I r I DO%. TABLETS IOC Jesus a liar, or we lie ourselves, changes in the motor and secre- vitamin B1 can be furnished at a BLACKMANSTOCK
' and it is obvious that the latter is tory mechanism of the gastro-in- low cost if the homemaker will

0 o the case. testinal tract. utilize larger quantities of the and POULTRY

IV. Forsaking of Lies (Eph. 4:25). There is also evidence that the whole grain cereals and legumes.If .

"Wheretore1 refers us back to the vitamin Bi requirement increases the calories supplied by these MEDICINES

., preceding verses where we are told with the rate of growth and with foods are not desired-as when
GET RESULTS !
how, as Christians, we have put off increased energy expenditure. one is endeavoring to avoid gain-
ADVEltTISING
the life of the "old man"P.. 22) ing weight-vitamin Bi may be
: For this reason, active workingmen e Blackman's Medicated lIckABrlkBlackman'
D obtained from suitable quantitiesof
! and put on the "new man"; there. and women should be amply Stock Powder
I Is as essential tore to live true bran and the germ of the grain.
V we are in holiness.But supplied with this vitamin, and I Blackman' Hog PowderS
E 4 evidently the Ephesian Chris' growing children should also have Blackman' Poultry Powder
business
is '
to as rain to still fell their Foods That Promote
old
tians into heathen generous quantities. Help RegularityIn Blackman's Poultry Tablets

.fR. growing crops. It is the habits of lying. Would that the Further investigations are now addition to providing vitamin S Blackman' Lice Powder

T tendency had died out with the early in progress and it is quite possi- Bi, which helps to serve as a sort
I keystone in the arch of. l Church, but as a matter of fact, it ble that many significant new of intestinal tonic, bran and many HIGHEST QUALITY-LOWEST PRICE

successful merchandising. seems to have become aggravated facts..will be unearthed in the near fruits and vegetables help to add Satisfaction Guaranteed
S as. the years have come and, or Your Money Back
I gone. future. cellulose or bulk to the diet. Their
I Let us show you how to Being in Christ-members of His In the meantime, there is:,;fibrous framework is a great aid BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
{if. oody and ,thus united to another I BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.
N I I one enough evidence to warrant the In promoting regular health hab-
apply it to your business. j, in Him-should make us scrupulous belief that the absence of vitamin I II its. CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEEI'enalizcd

G ly truthful toward all men. I B1 results in cellular alteration in I. Some foods are richer than oth-


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The Clewiston News I I I I ................................................................;;.....................................I I and advantages, above those of her eral seniors were appointed to go J. J.. Rocco of Sanford, representing \ '
II sister states Just as America holdsan to each room and ask for the cooperation i the Burpee Seed Company, :

I' Too Late To Classify I enviable position among nations. of each and every 'person. was a visitor here Wednesday. ::'
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Published every Friday In Clewiston, -oOo-' Everyone staying for lunch should .
Florida, by the CLHWISTON NEWS, I THE COMING WINTER season put his papers in the ,trash can, J
tRpssdl Kay i
By
Inc. Old
"Snow Goggles" Ages
should be the greatest in our his- and anyone seeing other papers or

I:N:N..:N N H:M:N M:N N..:N:N:N..:N N:N:N:NS1 N:N..: tory. Florida business and industry trash should immediately> pick it several A grave thousand in Alaska, dating containeda back .'
DOWDEN, Editor years,
KEATHLEY I should even if the citrus
prosper up and put it where it belongs.To "
il pair of ivory "snow goggles,
POINTING TO IMPROVED business j outlook is not particularly bright stimulate Interest in the project with narrow slits to shut out the .
second class mail matt: conditions the country over, the moment. Let's not about
Entered as I jat cry it has been suggested that -
February Clewiston:,Florida 1927. at under the Post the Office Act of In Ben Wand, editor of the Southern j!I it. Let's quit GROANING and start I we organize a campus clean-up club glare of sunshine on snow. ,

March 3, 1897.Subscription. Lumber Journal, admonishes us to GRUNTING, and see what happens. with a senior acting as presidentand
"I Would Sell Churches '
"Quit groaning and start grunting. a membership composed of all
The French revolutionists, inimical -
Rotc 92.00 I'er Year.AdvertlIJlng' -oOo- USE OF CHRISTMAS SEALS our school students. Anyone doing
to the church church
placarded
,
WHICH IS JUST another way of
Rate On Application. <- especially good work would be rewarded -
walls with "National For
Property,
--= saying "Quit feeling sorry" for your- "Use 'Christmas Seals." This appeal or recognized in some way, Sale," and even as late, as the year.
self; get down to work. For quitea for wide use of the doublebarred and those who were "slackers"
Devoted to the advancement and welfare 1833 such an inscription was still to
of Clewiston and Hendry County.Before spell, we Americans have been cross tuberculosis: stamp is made would be punished mildly, but ef- be seen on the southern tower of

going around with our hair down I this week by the local committeein fectively. If you see any of us Notre Damp. .
crying on each other's shoulders. an effort to obtain cooperation wearing the letters "CCC" don't _-
all of have finished
.
you -oOo- toward a record for. the commun- jump to the conclusion that we'reworld Northwest Territory Names
hash remind
turkey we you
that your there are only 19 more shop WITH GREATER COMFORTS ity.The g' for the government..,.We're For the names of the states to
greater freedom, greater opportunity committee suggests the following -i just proud and happy: members' of I be carved out,of the Northwest Ter-
until Christmas.The
ping days
and more advantages than the ways' of using the Seals: I an organization that's doing a grand ritory, Thomas Jefferson in 1784 sug-

reduction in Cuban tariff on people of any other nation on earth On cards and packages to for job of keeping our campus 'clean. gested: Chersonesus, Assenisipia,
we have discounted all our blessingsto eign countries. -Roberta Spicer. Sylvania, Pelisipia, Illinoia, Polytp-
looks to us like another slap I
sugar ; weep and wail over problemsthat On Christmas packages. and cards amis. MesoDotamia and Michigania.
at Florida sugar producers. But
;:
our forefathers would have mailed to any place in this coun- OUR TEAM
then we've tried raising
never
I laughed off or grunted their way I try. Northern Exposure FavoredIn
rice here on a large scale. Carol Redish was born in Jack olden times
people chose houses
1 I
through.
.-000- On correspondence cards to carry I sonville, Fla.:, and moved to. Clewis- with a northern exposure because
Another palm to our Tigers for I Christmas messages. I ton late in '32. His subjects are "the south wind doth corrupt'and
Fort last LIKE SMALL CHILDREN, we I On bridge tallies and place cards "
their win over Myers mathematics, English, science andU. doth make evil vapours.
I I have been listening to stories .of i lat parties this month.
Tuesday night. Their first game under S. History. Interested in football -
lights, it added *o rather than ogres, giants and bugaboos until we I On church calendars. Carol is on' both the Tigers

detracted from their usual good have developed dangers, and fears On bills, business letters, bulletins -I and the Cubs lineups. Carol w&rks

playing. that are unwarranted. The knock lodge notices. 'at the Clewiston Supply on, Satur! Hot onlij SAFE
that our forefathers recognized as As Christmas tree decorations 1 days. He is captain of the Cubs #

Another major school bus disaster "Opportunity's", we cringingly, attribute worked out in special design I and will play Friday in the back-

in Utah will bring many more to the "Wolf." As part of a stamp collection. field. When winter and spring
..
moments of apprehension to par- .-oOo- On restaurant menus. I come, Carol will try' out for basketball

ents of children who ride buses all I POLITICAL ASPIRANTS sensing I Christmas Seals make a beautiful I and diamond ball.

over the nation. Such accidents, it I our Changed mental attitude, decoration. Teamed with millions I Bo Lolley, although his real name

seems, are bound to occur at times ,have attempted to turn it to their of others they are making possiblea is not Bo; is known to all by that I

but the school bus safety recordis advantage by amplifying these im- life-saving campaign that is saving moniker. He is a native Floridian,

constantly'' on the upgrade. aginary dangers, painting word pictures hundreds of thousands of lives. born in Osceola, and has never

of clouds so black that we've For the convenience of those who been out of the state. He ,came to

Clewiston will on Monday again lost all thought. of possible silver I have not purchased Seals or want Clewiston in 1931 and has been

entertain a large number of visitors lining. extra ones for use, Christmas Seals here ever since. His, subjects include but PROFITABLE

all of national or state-wide I --oOo" are on, sale in the following places: those of Carol's: math, English,

prominence, and the opinion they HEADLINE WRITERS, playingon F. D. Duff, Administration Build I science and U. S. History. Bo is a I: .cr-here are several safe places for

carry away with them of this community our' emotions scream at us ing and F. M. Wright, City ,Hall.POSTMASTERS backfield star and 'a good player. I -* your sevings..in a safe depositbox

may be formed as much through scareheads that leave us He is well liked by many; one rea- in government bonds, invested

by their casual treatment from the half paralized with fear. Over REQUEST son, his swell guitar playing. here, etc. The principal differenceis

citizens they contact as by the en- the radio, business leaders, labor CORRECT USE OF SEALS that HERE your savings earn a

tertainment to be provided for leaders, political chiefs 'and ordinary Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ford, Mr. generous profit for you... because
them. Cordiality toward these visitors run-of-the-mill calamity Use the seals on the back and they work constantly and profitably
and Mrs.V.. P. Vaughn, C. E.I ,
as well as visitors every day, howlers, warn us of this 'or that not on the front' of ,your letters, Imply secured by homes.
will go far toward making Clewis- Thisis Miner, Mr. and Mrs., W. C. Owen, I many
terrible something that may happen i I packages and, Christmas cards.
ton well, known and well liked over to us. I a request going out from post Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bestor, Mr.

the nation. --oOo- I masters all over Florida to pur- and Mrs. A. H. King, Ed Ward, Clewiston Federal

ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS in chasers and users' of Christmas Sandy Bell, Rabbit Roberts, F. M.

GOVERNMENT AND SUGAR the nation's history ,we have faced I Seals. Wright and Wm.Hooks were among Savings and Loan

problems and difficulties far more To put Christmas Seals on the those attending the Clewiston-Fort ,
(NOTE: The following editorial, serious and trying than anythingwe I 1 front of letters and packages not Myers football game in Fort Myers AssociationMEN

written by Bob Sikes and publishedin know today. Panics, unemployment -: only confuses postaI'authorities but I Tuesday night.

the Okaloosa" News-Journal was civil war,' strikes and what-: is a violation of postal regulations. I _ .
awarded first prize in the recent '
not-and in every case our cour- Postmasters throughout the state
Sugar Editorial contest sponsoredby age, faith, common sense and industry have been helpful in promoting the ...:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":" :":":":"':-:':..:.,.:..:..:..:":-:":'.:": :":":":":":":":":-::";;":":":":":":":":":.'..
the United States
Sugar Corp-
I have enabled us to over- sale of Christmas ,Seals. Through + .
.z.Y
oration.) ..
come them and march on to greater their hands pass approximately i
The story of production in
sugar
victory. 185,000 Christmas Seal letters an- Y
. Florida threatens to become a storyof I f
I ...-000- nually, directed to Floridians who "
what might -have been. That. IN THE HEARTS of millions of support the tuberculosis program. Your Credit Is GoodWear :_:
tragic story maybe written on the I I "We Christmas Seal
Americans those same winning hope every Yi
eve of the greatest development of '
qualities still exist. Only for a I will find its way on to a letteror
the Florida, industry through slow :: :
i
NEW Tailored Individual
brief period have we allowed fear 1 package", said G. E. Therry, a

ulation.extermination by governmental reg- and mass hysteria to drive them I president of the Florida Tubercu- :: Measure Suit While You Pay :;:

into the background to slow the losis and Health Association, which,
Picture in mind the thous-
your wheels of our progress and advance-I with its affiliated> organizations,
ands upon thousands of fertile acres ment. \ is offering seals for sale in' this A postcard will bring the Lake's Old *:

which lie' in the Florida evergladesacres I :: Tailor ... ::
-oOo- state. Dependable Representative' ;
of unsurpassed productivitywhere
THIS IS A MIGHTY GOOD time

-no other sugar part of cane the thrives nation.as And in for every American to stop and '1illmmiiilli'II,i '!II N llllIlm NN! lIijillillillllllljlmlllilili NI I I N!!iii! II! N lm NNI!!IIli1IIIIilllllllImlllllllllllmlllib'L!!i !NI IN !!N ::: CHAS. LEAR ::
count his
change. We
today
enjoy
don't lose sight of the fact that X

the limits of sugar cane produc- great advantages as to be and beyond opportunitiesso the com- SCHOOL NEWSEditor :;: Box 508 Clewiston, Fla. :;:

tion are narrow in this nation; .!. :.
prehension of countless millions in .. ... .. .. ........
Florida-produced :":": :":MXMX"X"X.f.-:**X X X X XMXMXX*: : : :
sugar competeswith other lands. We who burden ourselves ..___...._......?....... Bill Owen
sugar made outside the terri- with fear and Ass't Editor ........ J. D. Hooker
: self-pity, pos- ,
torial limits of the United States. blessings that the Sports Editor .........._.. Dick Owen

Picture again the working con-I sess world has long ,visioned rest with of envy.the ................................... .................................................!...........................................................................................II
ditions prevalent in this nation, .
and in this state, the combinationof .-oOo- ''%1 NiiIN! lmiIIIIIIIIIIIlilIIliJIIIIIIIII! !!I!! !!i!I!i!! NNNN!lllIllmllIImlllli I II N!i i NN llIIlmmllllllll III NI!N rn N N limIIIlPII I 11111.it
WHAT HAVE WE to view with .. ..
the
American living standard
alarm, in comparison with the peo- i I FIRST GRADE Y .21
Florida ,,
and climate. Add to that
_
picture the market created for American ples of any other country? With Since Tuesday'was Anne Prew- ._. _1.i
whom would we consider changing itt's birthday she surprised the t
goods made by American
places? Have we any problems today first grade by giving a birthday
workmen in sugar by the production thousands in Florida.employed that might justly be termed party. Refreshments served were t.i .CLEWISTON 6OLFc I I.t'

Now you begin to see that a "beyond the solution of a sane, ice cream and cookies.

magnificent enterprise has been I peaceful, determined, industrious
in the making in Florida's people"? THIRD GRADE i
everglades -
I .-oOo- One day last week the third COURSE !
an enterprise which merits
the aid of every agency of gov TRUE, WE LIVE in a troubled grade surprised Mrs. Wakefleld by c' .' '
ernment. But I I world; we face internal and international giving her a fruit shower. Everyone ..t.> 't'
unfortunately we find ,. .
another condition. Florida's sugar problems. But worrying brought some kind of fruit. I
fretting, crying and groaning won'tget .t.
industry is being held back. Pro- f -
ducers have ,been told to destroycane us anywhere. Things are getting We wish to express our many ..

which is in the making. The better, gray skies are turning blue. thanks to Mrs. Smith Mrs. Patterson f :

crop is to be limited within nar- Business the country over is "perk Mrs. McGehee, Mrs. Alston, X

row bounds by governmental regu- ing up" and business men are look Mrs. Prewitt, Mrs. Robblns, Mr. v i

lation. ing forward confidently to. better Miner, Mr. Parkinson and the many


been economy.Again invoked.the It economy causes It is of an workmen scarcity unhealthy has to days.CALL IT --000-WHAT you will-in- .I i Thanksgiving others for-Home banquet helping EC. a Department.make success.our !_: Open to the PublicS ] i.I.

flation artificial
lose their jobs. 'It frightens away prosperity or what- :
capital. It causes consumers to pay not-it's a something that has CLEANING UP CAMPUS 't' ,t. '

more for their goods. It provides greased the bearings of industryand Clewiston will have a new high f.'t' .

obstacles which a young expanding I is causing them to move fast- school next semester, and the stu- .. ''.

industry cannot overcome. er. Workers are being re-employed, dents are already preparing for it. 'z'.z' ..

industrial production is How? Why, we're, keeping our Y f
The Florida I' approaching .. '
bowl
sugar offers I ....... >
't. .
a field for matchless developmentwith normal. Rents are getting higher grounds clean so that we'll be able : .. ... .. :

the great American market(I I deals are going over, sellers are to keep the grounds of the new y f f

bidding for its products. But that I getting a better price, capital is building just as lovely: as the school 'f".f' r:
development beginning to earn a profit, pessi- itself will be. 't '
must
come not on Green'FeesExceptional .
:= Moderate :: ,
theory, but on actual merit, as mists are falling to the'rear and Early this ,week the high school 1
all lasting development optimists are beginning to' crawl out students got their heads togetherand :f
has
come := Fairways' *= f,
of their :
in this nation. Florida's sugar industry -I holes.- decided something definite .f. ..
can safely bear its --oOo- should be done about our campus.
Greens
own bur Interesting i
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r .%. .%. held its regular meeting at his call it .a shiner, or a black eye. ,Christian Endeavor Christmas

2 : home. Anyway, the word is used in First meeting Sunday evening, December

Following the transaction of business Corinthians, chapter nine and verse 20. .

z PERSONAL and SOCIETY. a series of bingo games was twenty-seven and it is the subjectfor Junior Endeavor program Tuesday

t i II. played and Sherwood Hall won the the sermon this Sunday nightat December 20.
prize. the Baptist church. "A Blow Sunday School Christmas oxercises '

-.,. ..%. Cookies and chocolate were serv- under the eye"' is a, very necessary Sunday morning, December 25.
i "-:N:N N H:..:N N/M:N:H:N:H:N:N:N N:..:..:N/N:M:M/NON/N:NONMNNN:H:N:NNONNM:NM:H:..:..:..:N:N:H:..:NN:N:--; ed to Billy Perry, Sherwood Hall, experience in the life of every person Cantata by the choir Christmas
Sammy Ray Young, Billy and Bob- and to the author of Corin- morning at eleven o'clock.
Miss Mae Palmer visited relatives Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Emma
by Maynard Charles Benbow, Gene thians it was a ]highly valuable The trustees of the Community
f: in St. Cloud Thanksgiving.Mrs. Jano Ezelle and Mr. and Mis., A. ;
Mills, Kim Kolstad rfnd Billy Prew experience. Come to the service Church will meet Monday evening,
W Lawrence attended the circusin
' \ Sunday evening and hear the mes- December 5, at eight o'clock.'
Don Young was a visitor in West Palm Beach on Thanks- ..
itt.CARD sage "A Blow Under the Eye". ;I
t- Belle Glade Sunday.t' giving Day.
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'- THANKS "Witnesses of Love" is the pro-I
gram topic for the Senior B. Y.
J. ,C. Norris of Peoria was a recent Miss Roberta Spicer returned Notice! Home Owners
E; I business visitor' in Clewiston.Mr. Sunday from a week's visit with Wn wish to gratefully acknow- U. this Sunday evening at II III .
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Certainly everyone ought to 6:15'1
ledge and thanks to our
her sister, Miss Betty Spicer, at ,. express :
supremely interested in this PLUMBING. DOORS Sash. Lumber.
Florida many friends for their thoughtfulness ,
State College for Womenin
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and R. Wilson
Mrs. C. were
sal subject of love. Come to the All sizes. Complete Stock.
kindness
Friday visitors in West Palm Tallahassee.Miss and during our ill- We have just purchased all materials
,
, B. Y P. U. and learn what loveis
ness at the Clewiston Emergency from Dork's Hotel-Bath Tubs. Sinks.
:V: Beach. what it does and how it effectsour TOILETS, DOORS, AT lowest prices.
Hospital. Pedestal Lavoratories Built-in] Tubs
Virginia Jordan spent ;
Mrs. V. C. Woodward, lives. 6:15 Sunday evening. :Medicine; Cabinets, Toilet Seats, $1.25.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Downs were Thanksgiving in Jacksonville with Kitchen dra inboard sinks, cabinets.
:Miss Sarah Frank Little. Prayer meeting this week resumes '
business visitors Saturday in West her mother, who came down from t French windows and doors.
the study of Revelations. Screen doors. :Metal lath,
her home in Atlanta to meet her
L Palm Beach. This most mysterious and fascinat- CEMENT C5c, 5-Gal. coating $1.99.

( -, for the holiday. q IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllmimmlmm"mllllllljllllllllllrnllillm i I Ill!!!il II !li l" II I I i lll I V ing book of the New Testament is Lumber FLOORING, 2, x Ceiling 6, 2 ,x Sheeting 8, 2 x: 10 Siding-, $2n.

Grace Ward spent the week-end holding much interest and much Lime, Ply or Presswood, Wallboard,
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell had as YB m4 4c Celotex, Plasterboard,. Steeltex
; in Canal Point visiting Mr. and WITH THEChurches, value for those who attend the ;
:. their guests on Thanksgiving their =; = Galvanized and Asbestos roof shingles
Mrs. Judson Francis. mid-week service Wednesday at : BARRETT Roofing & Asphalts.
daughters, Mrs. N. R. of
Hager
:= 7:30.: Everyone is invited. Hardware Aluminum Paint, $2.49
orn I Delray Beach and Mrs. J. R. Dead- m Ladders Screen and Fence Wire
Mrs. C. J. Mrs. K. Bow- wyler of West Palm Beach and Mr. Choir practice on Tuesday even- Paint $1.25 Devoe floor paint $1.73 gal.
Lm"m d at 7:30. who likesto Washable Water Paint 79c can. Var-
r den in and Fort sons Myers.were Saturday, visitors Deadwyler.Mrs. ILI m'lmlmm"mm'I' I ,! "III! 1,1111' llm 6 tiII I ,rmmmlimlmimlm!i IIL ing sing is invited Everyone to attend. We' nish, $1.95. Enamel /fc gal. 99c. Brushes -
Paint Oil, 90c; S. Turpentine, 39c
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Claude L. Downs was called -
IVATIOXAIIlUILDCllS SUPPLY CO.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henricksen mas music this week
il to Dalton, Ga., Wednesday by Marshall Mines, Pastor. N. Dixie and 10th St. Phone 85)00
,), motored to West Palm Beach Sat- The Baptist schedule for last 2 WnrchotineH, New, lined MaterialWe
the critical illness
of her mother, I
urday. Irs. "The Church. of Friendly Distinction Sunday was postponed ,on accountof Deliver
Nancy Puryear. Mr. Downs accompanied WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
." the weather.: If the weather per-
her
on the trip. ,
Dave Alston attended the Flor- Services every Sunday: I mits it will be held this Sunday at

ida-Auburn game in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holt and Sunday School, 9:45: a. in., B. Moore Haven church. Cars leave ,
the church at 2:45 in the after- J. M. COUSECounselor
ville Saturday.Mr. children of Bradenton were visitors E. Herring, Supt. '

for a few days of Mrs. Holt's Morning Worship 11:00. Ser- noon. All who are awaiting Bap- and Attorney at Law ,

and Mrs. Jimmy Harris and sister, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder. On Friday mon by the Pastor.B. tism please attend. The public is Hopkins Building

baby son visited relatives in La- Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. Holt and Y. P. U. 6:15 p. m., V. C. invited.ST. Wednesdays and Saturdays

Belle Tuesday. Irs. Roy Alston motored to Stuart. Woodward, Director. 9:30 to 4:00

Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC
Dale Newton left this week for Miss Essie Mae Coleman and Sermon by the Pastor. CHURCH

Peoria, IlL, after spending ,two Iis. Blanche Turner were guests Midweek Service every Wednesday -

weeks here on business. I Thanksgiving Day of Miss Cole- at 7:30 p. m. Forty Hours Devotion will be

man's parents in Fort Myers. Miss observed here at St. Margaret's
Mrs. R. L. Merritt of Sparta, Coleman spent the week-end there Hugh F. Latimer, Florida state Catholic Church on Tuesday, Wed- Mrs. Blanche Turner

Georgia, is visiting her daughter, also. secretary for men's brotherhood,
nesday and Thursday of next week.A :.
Mrs. V. C. Woodward. will be the guest speaker in the invites you to visit her
priest from Tampa, Rev. Hen-
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and pulpit of the First Baptist Church .
ry C. Voss, C. SS. R., will assist
Rev. E. Davis Conway of Moore here Sunday morning, December4th 1 new
daughter, Mary Louise, and E.: Z. Fr. Lawrence Flynn in these serv-
Haven was a visitor in Clewiston at eleven o'clock. Mr. Lati-
Thomas
spent Thanksgiving Dayin ,
ices and will conduct the evening
mer is not a preacher, but a lay-
Wednesday. Safety Harbor with relatives.
services each day beginning at 7:30.
man, a business man who devoteshis BEAUTYSHOP
Thomas
Irs. and Mary Louise remained Masses will be at six o'clock and
Mrs. C. L. Moran of Pahokee for the week-end returning full time to enlisting men in seven-thirty o'clock a. m.
visited her daughter, Mrs. Jimmy Sunday evening. the work of the Baptist churches:
The public is cordially invited to
Wilson, this week. -, of Florida. Besides being state
attend any or all of these services.
Mrs. J. D. Baigrie and Mrs. A. brotherhood secretary he is also -

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kolstad of B. Hunt Portland, Pennsylvania, chairman of the Florida Baptist

Canal Point were Sunday guestsof spent Thanksgiving week he're.Vlth. Hundred Thousand Club, a debt COMMUNITY CHURCH 'complete with the

Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Kolstad.Mr. their grand-daughter and daughter, paying agency of the Florida Bap- Royal Palm Avenue

Mrs: 'B.: E. 'Herring": Mrs 'Baigrieand tist State Mission Board. !Mr. Lat- Forest C. Taylor, Minister newest and most up-

and Mrs. Homer Wakefield Mrs. Hunt )have taken a house imer visited'Clewist n. some time ..---

spent the week-end with relativesin in LaBelle and will remain there ago and many ,will be glad of this Morning worship and sermon by to-date equipment.Our .

Arcadia. during the winter. opportunity to hear him speak. the minister of the church next

,Following his Sunday 'morning Sunday at eleven o'clock.

Rev. and Mrs. ,F. C. Taylor were ANNE PREWITT CELEBRATES message here Mr. Latimer goes to Sunday school every Sunday skilled

guests of friends in West.' Palm SIXTH BIRTHDAY TUESDAY Moore Haven to conduct a training morning at nine forty-five. operativesare

Beach and Lake Worth last week. school for men in the Baptist I Christian Endeavor meeting Sun-

Anne Elizabeth Prewitt celebrated church there. The school will meet day evening at six. ready to serve you

Mr. and Mrs. Solon Crews and her sixth birthday Tuesday afternoon each evening through 'Wednesdayand Junior Endeavor meeting Tues- arrival.

Miss Alma Crews of .Fort Myers with a party at the school close Thursday night with a day afternoon at three-thirty. ,on
of Mr. meeting of the Peace River Mission Class Mon-
were Thanksgiving guests Brother- Study meets
building to which all first
and Mrs. E. C.' Mills. pupils were invited. gr'ade''" hood Association, which includesmen days at three in the afternoon.
I ;,- from several counties. All Choir rehearsals on Monday and
I Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, assisted byi I
I Mrs. Mildred May has returned I I Miss Iner Lammons, entertained the Clewiston men are invited to
to New Yc/rk/ after visiting for I children directing outdoor games. I the school and attend the Associ- tentative program for the

two. weeks with her daughter, Mrs. 1 1I ational meeting in Moore Haven. Community Church will include the
1 Later ice cream, cakes and candies SHOP
I M. H. Scotti at the Inn ,Apartments. were served. The public is cordially invited to'the following during the month of De-

---- : service Sunday morning to hear cember:
i Phone 392
Hopkins ;Bldg.
i V. C. Woodward motored, to Mi ALTAR SOCIETY TO GIVE Mr. Latimer's'message.. Christmas sermon .Sunday morn-

!I ami Sunday for Mrs. Woodward, BENEFITA ing, December 18.
I who has been there for medical I The Greeks had a word for it. Christmas tree program Friday
I \. treatment. card party at which both bridge
) .- and Michigan will be played will

be given a benefit by St. Mar- I
Mrs. C. E. Nail motored to Miami as

'-, to spend Thanksgiving with ; garet's Altar Society next Wednesday -
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her 'husband, who is there for sev- December 7th, at the rectory.. I
business. Admission is 35 cents and the Arrived
eral days on Just
\ public is cordially'' invited. .

Mr. and 'Mrs. D.: G. Alston and
I : Nell Alston attendedthe ANNUAL BfAZAAR( TOMORROWThe ,
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f MissMartha : : : ','..: .... ,' < :.. ... -
t ? circus in West Palm Beach ". :, :-v, ;" ,2our: line, of ,-' -.<:', ,', .-. ': .
''on Thanksgiving Day. Annual Bazaar will be held 5-

-' by the Ladies, Aid Society tomorrow -

C. V. Parkinson and Miss Bertha (Saturday) at the new building on

Gram spent Thanksgiving in Miami the highway, recently completedby -
itt 1oob
attending the MiamiBucknellgame. ,G. E. Etherton.A Cbritma :

large assortment of various S
---- ,linens and other hand-work will be

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barrow and offered for sale, meals will be serv-

Parker Wilson attended the foot- end and a (variety of candies, cakes for every member of the family :

ball game in Miami ThanksgivingDay. and pies may I be purchased.

MRS. J. W. EZELLE I ENTERTAINS

Miss\ Kathryn Graham 'spent the BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. I. I

week-end in Jacksonville' visiting The Finest and Most Complete line of Toys ever
her sister and brother, Miss Edith: J. W Ezelle entertained ,

I'X --1,,. and.Jesse. Graham.Mr. members of her bridge club on S Displayed in the Everglades. -- "

Wednesday afternoon. A glass cig- ,,
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and Mrs. L. A. O'Steen and arette set was awarded as high ,.-- I "s

Mrs. J. L. Whitaker and sons of score prize to Mrs. G. B. Thomas, /""

Fort Myers spent Thanksgiving, china bric-a-brac ,to Mrs. Keathley -
here with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowl- Bowden for consolation and a manicure You can do ALL of your Christmas Shopping Here.

ing and Mr. Wliitaker. 1 novelty to Mrs. I. M. Paffordas COME EARLY! \ '

cut prize.A .
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Mr. -and Mis. C. J. Barwick, Miami delicious creamed chicken "
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announce the arrival of a course was served to Mrs. Leslie!'

.. seven pound boy on Noyember 18. Miller, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. W.
The baby has been named George H. Lanier, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.

Donald. Dave Alston, Mrs. Pafford, Mrs. Clewiston Supply Company
Bowden and_ Mrs. Thomas. >

Dr. W. D. Horn has returned .

from_ Beech Creek, Pennsylvania, BEN ROLTON IS HOST Z
TO JUNIOR BOY'S CLASS Clewiston Florida
where he was called by the deathof

his wife a, few weeks ago. Dr.
I Horn will remain in Clewiston Ben Bolton was host Tuesday evening -1

ua.\ through the season. when the Junior Boy's Class I
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0 SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS 1


SYNOPSIS gotta line out to find out more," "Gloria, I've always wanted to do anything I can. What is it you -

Dickstein consulted his watch. bust out." want to know?*' 1- ) -

Kelsey Hare, young architect big fella wants a word with "Here's your chance. But what "You do know him, then." ,

from a breakdown, meets Martin before you go." about the family? Got one?" "Er-yes. Slightly."
struggling author, in a storm on a "Got plenty. They'll disown me, "Just where is his estate?"
Moldavia N. Y. Caught In a dow9 found A. Leon Snydacker
seek shelter at Holmes' estate, the caged lion act across his I expect." "Esta-Oh, yes; of course; his es WNU beivlce.:
holm," which its air of decay tate. Were of
by "D'you care? you thinking going
while he
dence of its owner's financial rug, absently there "
ment. Kelsey suggests renting a at imaginary: flies with his "Not a hoot. ?
settles down there. Finding of A rush of feet behind them was "Why, yes. I want very much to
mallet the gleanf inspira-
ing a newspaper picture of a followed by Moby Dickstein's pant- see Mr. Sayles. What kind of man
learns that a his
debutante, Kelsey in eyes.
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
Holmes has been rejected In a $ ing hail: is he?
test by Purity Pictures, A. is going to be the greatest, Are in! You
run "Well, Baby! you "Oh, a perfect hellion," said his
dacker, president, for a novel very greatest achievement of "
got your cue, haven't you? creator I
"What
picturizataon. in which the winner enthusiastically.
tery Beauty contest will star. career, he announced solemn- "Cue? I don't know that I have," mean to say is, it depends on what
the manuscript from Holmes and "Colossal doesn't begin to ex
answered Marne. "
house. One of the conditions of you want to see him about.
it. I'm going to put a new "
"About the swell Van Strattens.
that Kelsey adopt Holmes' pen
"Perhaps you'd be good enough to
of picture' on the screen. It's "
pleton Sayles. After Holmes "What about them?
,
trip, a telegram arrives for to be the Quintessence of tell me how one reaches the estate, KODAK FILM FINISHINGAny
"You listen to wisdom oozin' from
Glunk, "
servant Kelsey ,leaves places unopened.the debutante's Take that down, Mr. D. You my venerable whiskers. We'll be- by car. Size Roll Developed 25/,(

the mantel. The Park Avenue use it for press stuff. Quintes gin with Eric Van Stratten. They "Why, certainly." He gave elab- With 8 Good Prints. V
tens, at breakfast with their niece orate Developed with 8 Enlargements
and "No
of Class. That's why I've specific directions.
are horrified to find her picture In call him Scoopy. He's a cross coun- 35"t ENLARGO, Box 57. Salt Lake,Utah
as one of ten remaining : waiting to find somebody like try puzzle rider, or somethin'. use asking in the village," he added ,.J;:;,.,
Purity Pictures award, and learn darr-ling," he addressed Know him?" cunningly. "Mr. Sayles is a queer r

gett Morse, admirer, has entered "though I didn't realize it person. A bit of a snob. Refusesto Mail Order Denture
She is
picture on a bet "I've met him, she answered
being taken abroad until the saw your photo." have anything to do with the vil-

down, and decides you," said she, as he evasively. lagers. Snoots 'em, in fact. So Business VictoriousIn

Leon through Snydacker with the contest.heir to the In the expectant. "Sure, you've met him," said naturally they don't like him." Court DecisionFalse

suasive Pills fortune, Marion finds says I to myself: This is Moby, delighted with her ready ad- "Yes; he would be that way,"
beauties. She makes friends Real McCoy. This is Class. justment to his idea. "He's your \
Glamour, flip professional beauty said the voice ,thoughtfully. ,teeth may be measured
At lunch together, they meet a Park Avenue day-bun-tay, if cousin. "Eh?" said Holmes in surprise. and sold by mail as readily as ina
stein Snydacker's press agent I Ain't darr- As this chanced be the
to
saw one. you, fact, "
tum. .Snydacker Is overwhelmed "See here, he went on impulsively. dentist's chair, according to a
lon's beauty and "class" to Marne murmured. "Oh! Is he? "How would you like me to go court ruling, says a recent news
extremely susceptible, and calls what? "I'm tellin' And old Mrs. "
ling." you. along? item in the Chicago Daily Tribune.
You know; what Van Stratten; the high society leader. "Sweet cheese 'n' crackers!" said The United States Dental Com-

in call swell a girl when"she's just come She's your grandmother." the voice, definitely less ladylike. pany of Chicago reports that its
society.
CHAPTER III- Marne 'stared and grinned. "That : "Have I tapped a Travel Bureau business both in the United States
the French pronunciation,
{ to be surprise to ?" and outside is
-5"Let's ." The Presidential Assistant ought a pleasant growing very rap-

wait till she jumped into the breach. "The her." "Well, if you don't want my help, idly; that its quick, easy, econom-

suggested someone is debutante." "Maybe we'd better make her that's all right, too. But if.it isn't a ical way of fitting and constructing -

Aunt. Any of the others of secret, what you want of Sayles-" dentures from finest materials .
your
"If she comes out. a lotta Class to French,
"A secret? I should not! I with expert craftsmanship, at
.. that bunch, they're all firstnamesto say
said "You
"You don't on A. Leon. are a
gang up any
you. See?" want to sell him a sewing machine; very low prices, is an achieve-
stated Miss ain't ?
of mine, you, darr-ling "
that's all. ment of this Thousands of
cisively. "If the rest of to all the high-toned parties?" "Take it from Moby, kid," ad- Good-by. age.
I stick." on. "Name in the society vised Gloria. "You play this right "Hi! Wait! Miss Whatsaname! grateful letters in its files from

An obstinate immobility every day? Ain't that right, and you've got the world by the No good." He set down the now life country satisfied testify customers to this.all over the
less mechanism and sought aid
tailfeathers.
?
upon the group.. It was from Jefferson Mackintosh. "Who's This is a distinctly worthy serv-
the of third earth should I know "So far I seem to have played it
entry a on that girl I was talking ,to?" ice to people who work in the
cial. He made my name is there or not?" mostly wrong." "I haven't the slightest idea." fields, mountains, or other places

"Leave names and the girl impatiently. "It's just like Moby tells you. Bea "Well, what's the place?" where it is inconvenient for themto

Room 607. You will be read 'em every day." yes-girl. Every day in every, way "Just a client's," replied the find local dentists to make good

wanted." Miss Glamour will you are I There you are!I" you get yesser and yesser." agent with the bland smile behind teeth for them at low prices. Adv.

remain. A. Leon. "That's what it is "There's got to be a limit to the which he secreted his business affairs -

Gloria was the unmoved She don't even know or stuff somewhere though hasn't .
yes ,
of a series of dirty looks whether her name is in with there?" Three evenings later, the blended Much Smoke, Little Fire

disappointed, eight filed other' swells or not. Used to it. "When it comes time to say No, personality of Kelsey HareTempleton -
spite a nature inured to mean a thing to her. wise The community dinner was over
I'll tip you off, promised the Sayles sat at the work table of
cal acceptances, she was a long piece in one of Miss Glamour. the departed Martin Holmes, en- at last and the patient guests who

with curiosity when her society magazines," he went on, gaged upon the rewrite of his had listened to the long ,addressof
emerged alone. She glancing at Moby Dickstein's
,
friend's unmarketed The the. principal speaker breathed
grabbed her. sketch "about old Mrs. Van CHAPTER 'IV story.
I of relief.
clock had just struck nine. a deep sigh
"w .. the social leader. I sup- ,
e. ___- 'v 7Crazy.u "The speaker was all right, thetoastmaster's
*.3S-W:;; she's maybe grandmoth- Kelsey was struggling with one of I
1" .,'.. your It was Moby Dickstein's businessto wife whispered,
those difficult passages in which the
"You're telling me!" Marne."I something.?" Marne know practically everything.What hero's essential nobility of character "but it seems to me that he didn't
was beginning "
"He wants to make me definitely you annoyed. he did not know he was expected was beginning to stick out likea put enough fire into his speech.

the Screen. Believe it or I know all about you Van to have means of finding out. sore thumb, when a sound at the "I feel the opposite way," an-
'To elucidate Templeton Sayles, swered the toastmaster. "In my
were his very words. darr-ling," he assured her window'opposite brought his head
"Why not? What else?" enthusiasm.:' : Esq., of Moldavia, N. Y., was his up. He distinctly saw a face. It opinion he didn't put enough of his
I present task. For this he speech into the fire.-B'nai B'rith
purpose
"Too much and too fast it's than I do was obscure, but it was unmistak-
more re
to get straight. But there ,Marne cheerfully. "Anyway, telephoned Jefferson Mackintosh, ably a face, a feminine face, and a Magazine.

many of those darr-lings in does it matter?" the literary agent. No; Mackin- faintly reminiscent face. He rubbedhis
tosh has never heard the name.
tired and looked again. The
"Kiddo said Gloria eyes
does it matter? What does
he had client
But a prospective
face still feminine still alluring
,
,
"you're set. That bird'll NERVOUS ?
matter? shrieked A. Leon
if play cards from Moldavia coming in within a seemed unaccountably to have
you your diamond-set inkwell to
a couple of days. He would ask this changed.The .
urally he'll try' everything
floor with frenzied of
a swing Martin Holmes to call Purity want to scream?
up face or faces vanished. Glunk Do you feel so nervous you
he did. Did he?
Maybe
mallet. "She asks me what does Pictures on arrival. Glad to do it. Are you cross and irritable? Do you scold
"If he did, it missed me. Haven't I told, I'm, presented himself at the door with a those dearest to you?
you As Marne and Gloria spent mostof deprecatory but anxious visage. : If your nerves are on edge and you feel
"Icicles for breakfast," to paralyze 'em with an All- you need a good general system tonic try
Glamour's admiring footnote production? You're star. the few days following their first The young man, placing his fin- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
my call being shunted about the Purity gers on his lips in an injunction of made especially for women.
"Now where do I come in he added cunningly, "what I For over 60 years one woman has told an-
Pictures offices from hurried offi- silence motioned urgently in the
other how to go"smiling thru"with reliablePinkham's
Why is little Gloria invited to having for lead- !
you say
I cial to worried official, all of whom direction of the outer darkness Compound.It helps nature build -
while the rest get the skids? man-he paused for better ef up more physical resistance and thus helps
"Oh, I fixed that." "Templeton Sayles, Esquire." were preoccupied, mysterious, and Glunk nodded and tiptoed out. He calm quivering nerves and lessen discomfortsfrom
which often accompany -
uninformative it not annoying symptoms
quickly exhibiting three
totally was reappeared ,
"Smar-tee! But how in he a day-bun-tay, too? que- female functional disorders.
Marne wickedly. surprising that they' should be in fangs in an amiable smile. Why not give it a chance to help YOU?
work it?
you have written in
Dickstein's quarters when the Over one million women
Moby
"Man said he.
,
"I told Mr. Snydacker I everything. He's Class Mackintosh reporting wonderful benefits from Pinkham'aCompound.
without a big C." A. Leon grabbed and call came from the "Not unless I'm completely cock- .
go you.
Mr. Holmes of Moldaviaon
aloft the typescript wherein Agency. eyed."
"Just like that! Go
the
Holmes had given rein to phone. (TO BE CONTINUED)
"Moldavia, N. Y. fevered imagination to compound "Let me talk to him," said Gloria. Evil It Remains .

"Never heard of it." shimmering personality of Tem- Thereupon the inventive Mr. Evil events from evil causes

"Neither did I." Sayles from equal parts of Holmes, at the other end, was in- Yorkshire Mechanics Are .spring.-Aristophanes.

"What are we going there and rainbow and ,"What terested in hearing dainty accentsfor Named for Their TradesThe ...

"Somewhere in the Well-dressed Man will Wear." ( Gloria was being a perfect ladyat word cobber, Australian for

leaping around the room I three are going up there to the moment), put the query: "boon companion," did not origi- FEEL GOOD

name of Templeton Sayles with Moby, here, in "Mr. Holmes?" nate with the Australians, althoughthe

reason." I'll be along later. Moby'll "Listening." sense given to it belongs to the Here Is Amazing Relief for

"Never heard of him, some preliminary press stuff people who live under the Southern Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
"You live in Moldavia, don't t? ,1 If you think laxatives
"Neither did I." But soft-pedal everything Cross.In ijal tl(1YIEi, ;} act allke just, try, this.
? aU vegetablo |a tlve.g0
I'm the We want to you
ground.
Dickstein on England states a writer in n: nor'.I 'I-=:-1>oT mild. thorough, relit ;
Moby entered. )
this right. It'll be front- "Near it. frosting invigorating. Dependable reflex from
made to him. Literary Digest cobber is Yorkshire headaches, bilious spells tlredfeeling when ,:,
appeal stuff all over the country. "Do you by any chance happento sick associated with constipation. ....:: ,
"Where's this Moldavia with a'Mr. dialect-a corruption of cobbler. In get 0.25c box of NR from your ..
I had a lotta All-Star pictures. be acquainted Saylesof Without R-Isk druJi:1st. :Make the tat-then \
Moby?" old stuff. This'll be the first that place?" Yorkshire, men are frequently called not delighted. return the box to us. We will "er
by their trade, particularly when refund the purchase ,
"Out behind Farmer picture. And will they eat "Who?" said the amazed Holmes. the surname is unknown, ,or the per- Get price.Nil Tablets today.fair. e ',,,Q

'I reckon. That's one. of the Keep an eye out for settings, "Mr. Templeton Sayles." son referred to is better known )
gotta find out." I wouldn't wonder but what ALWAYS CARRY, QUICK RELIEFINDIGESTION /
his given name. So Butcher
"Do I happen to be acquainted by a
could shoot lot of the scenes
"Why? Are you going, too a i with Templeton' Sayles?" echoed Tom and Cobber Dick are forms in .... FOR ACID ,
on Templeton Sayles'ances- ( .S1 aJ3
"Sure, I'm going. Who acres. Might use his racing the creator of that romantic fig- common use when referring to the saws ,
really runs this butcher or the cobbler. But cobber
suppose too. If there ain't any rac- ment.ul'll say I- He broke off 'J
,
er A. Leon'll be along just also has other meanings-"a great
in the story, we'll have some abruptly, realizing that this mightbe 48-38 ",':
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a fourth at bridge." in." thin ice. "Say; who is this?" he lie, the greatness being derived : :
"What about cautiously. from cob as used in northern Eng-
.- Templeton what is the story Mr. Sny- inquired LARGE SIZE
SMALL SIZE ,
land, Ireland, and Scotland for "the E
|This from Marne."Templeton ?" ventured Gloria. "You wouldn't know me. 60c s' $1.20
'
"I'd like to." "'- top or summit of anything, as a
Sayles! ? Story? What's the story "How do mountain or a hill" ; also, "a leader I
voice laughed.
virtue ladies. He's the The you
wo I hundred stories This word has
can get a chief, or master.
know would? ..
ple threat to susceptible you
a day's notice. Come to think yet another significance. Used as
if you let him tell it. And it, I gotta little surprise for you I "Vibrations," said Holmes a verb, "to cob to or with" means eApr ...:;

love to tell it! In a that story. No time to tell you promptly. "Don't you feel 'em?" "to cotton to," that is, "to take a Brings Blessed Relief ..'}

'brochure about his that now. See me before you "Not yet," chuckled the voice. liking to any one." Thus, in Suf- from aches and pains of .

I'll show you" a copy of all of you." .. 0 "Possibly I might, if I knew' you folk, England, persons who take to RHEUMATISMNEURITIS l

these days. in the street the two new al better. But you will be nice and : each other are said to cob together, .t'f4

: "Lemme attim," said drew a long breath and looked tell me about Mr. Sayles, won't and it is probably to this associa a bottl and. Why LUMBAGOTry Suffer? t

dreamily. one another. Gloria spoke first. you?" tion that the Australian cobber owed LF.: {e.],.']'{ ( 'H.Hi1B .

"Loathsome toad!" said about it, kid? Game?" "Well, of course I'll be glad to its origin. 1- ,


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[QUESTIONS OUR COMIC SECTION -- ing Weather his secretary bureau: "Nice chief, morn-greet-

ing, Miss Smith, followed by
rain in the afternoon."
Time to Wax Floors.-Wax, fin
Soapbox orator (winding
I up
ishes floors should be renewed
on .
his speech): "And that, ladies
every four ,to six'months, depend- I cr and gentlemen, is the whole

floor.ing on the amount* of* wear on the n I Events in the Lives of Little Men I 0 kettle One of lady fish, taking in a nutshell.down a" rival -

"I
don't
Heat Before Polishing:.-Knives : remember your
face, but I never forget a
will brighten quickly if heated before "

being polished. Dip them ina 001 FAVORITE WOULD -- --- dress.
basin of boiling water and rub ALWAVS' GIVE US'UNCLE.A 1 LITTLESOHE.71lINEJ" Motorist at police court: "I
each blade before it cools. O PIGGV f KJOW WHAT / am always careful to obey ,the
P'OR OUR
BANKf' I DO YOU SAYr n / j regulations, even when they
V WILLIAM contradict one another."
Preserving Linoleum.-To keep /{@,, II Ml/I l
/ Dead-letter
linoleum in good condition, rub it office clerk: "No;

with linseed oil once or twice a you can't send a condolence. .
year, during spring and fall housecleaning p 1 letter from here." -

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Making ..
I Winter Oil Change : : o l Christmas PresentsBy


Cold weather creates new prob- RUTH WYETH SPEARS

lems ,in lubrication. To'overcome Unusually attractive toys may
f damaging wear, the motor oil be made quickly and at little cost
t must possess three essential char- from cheap cotton stockings. This
; acteristics: '(1) low cold test to demure yellowish tan kitten with

,f assure quick easy starts (2) ability bright red or blue ribbon is made
L : to lubricate at all driving I :=" I L from a stocking leg. The secretof
speeds (3) durability to stand up giving toys of this type char-
l i' for reasonable mileage. Curiously / : acter is in making the stuffing

t c enough these requirements are j1/// ; firm and tight. Cotton or small

: contradictory in that to assure one r'f pieces of clean, soft rags may be
factor it is very easy to unbalance used. Push the stuffing firmly in
r another. .I ,- : /' u place with a blunt stick.
The only safe rule to follow in
Complete directions for cuttingand
r preparing your car for Winter, is ,
making the body
are given
to the best motor oil C / 3c
buy very ,
here. For, the tail, cut a piece 6
( Acid-Free Quaker State. inches long and 2 inches wide.
i The refiners of Quaker State
r were pioneers in developing motor
oils for Winter use. Today in four STITCH
great modern refineries the most III FROM
t r.I o modern equipment and methods I INSIDE
transform the finest Pennsylvania '
%d'TUCKSd
'i grade crude into,motor oils which' t I STUFFED
make automobiles; trucks and I If WTHBITSOP/
'
f tractors run better, last longer, it a Iv, U.l. l COTTON

the year 'round. 1 r, GATHER
[ The low cold test ot, Quaker 1
iI \17111x'lUl STIFFINGBODY
assures"smooth
t State Winter Oil -
f easy starts. Its purity' frees you ONE! R RUN A STRONG

t' of worry about sludge, carbon and THERE'S YOUR WIFE -HOW DfD -MARK E AD AROUND FACE NECK
f corrosion. Its ability to stand up YOU FIND PEMCIL THENEhBR01DER WITH

; is unequalled you go farther P \ HER. ?
i before you need to add a quart. I n
t It is merely commonsense to --<
:' practice And the ,accumulated .
economy. Stitch the lengthwise edges to
f: experience! car manufacturers gether, tapering toward the end,

engineers, and' most 0 then turn right side out, stuff
i. that the of
car owners proves use
/ and sew firmly ,in place. It ii
motor oil is
: high quality genuine
easy to draw the face. Notice in
economy. It is conservatively estimated .
f the'sketch how the eyelids curve,
by_authorities that '80 ,to I the shape of the mouth and how
i 90'per cent of all repairs to an
P the whiskers slant.
automobile. caused .by..faulty, .
i Either wool yarn or mercerized
or incorrect'lubrication. t
A wise man once sa d"It- takes cotton embroidery thread may.be
L... 8s used-black or brown for the eyes
12 months and sometimes longer
and whiskers and red
f" for the
to correct a mistake on a farm.
mouth. Be sure to save the scrapsof
p Just so, five minutes running with
I the wrong oil in the engine of your stocking material left from the
kitten. We will make doll of
a out
t. car the first cold morning this I JUST LOOKED
them later. If
not
I you are readyto
Winter can cause more wear and
j FOR MY WALLET AND
/ make Christmas
toys now, clip
damage than all the miles you, 'TWERE[ ,
and save this lesson as it is not
drove this past Summer.
SHE contained in either of the books
Play safe with your motor in- I
I /oI1 WAS offered below.
I b '''. vestment. Ask your dealer to prepare -
: i :: your car for Winter with 6 NOTE: Are you ready for
r Acid-Free, Quaker State Winter i 1 Christmas? Birthdays? And the
I 4 0 next church bazaar? Do turn
Oil of the proper grade for your. you
community.-Adv. 1t time into money with things to
; ByJ. sell? Mrs. Spears' Sewing Boob 2
has helped thousands of women.If .
"Romeo and Juliet"The Millar Watt your home is your hobby you
, fr, theme of Shakespeare's will also want Book 1-SEWING,
.
.
l' play, "Romeo and Juliet," is for the Home Decorator. Order
; traced to one of the oldest works by number enclosing 25 cents for
of Greek prose fiction "The Ephe- each book., If you order both
I t
-. siaca," or "The Loves of Anthia, books, quilt leaflet with 36 differ
j ;: and Abrocomas," by Xenophon of OWNU Bell Syndicate. WNUService. ent stitches will be included free.

I Ephesus, who is believed to have Address Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-

lived about A. D. 150. plaines St., Chicago, 111.Every .

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SOOTHEMUoaURNSJMOROUNE': S. I ISA' wants to mother know

I -_ @ how to relieve her
SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY COMINGjLjt n child's cold dis-
'M :Do"P', ."E.':.Y7+!uoIAN (, ii1 O I comfort.Rub with

< hiteePenetro.
COM E.r -
Without Virtue
( -4}EZ eLL J Extra medicated
j That man is worthless who
vapors tend to relieve
knows how to receive a favor, but A. congestion
not how to return one.-Plautus. of respiratory
mucous mem
'T brane. Penetro
: relievesCOLDS eases the chest
muscle tightness.PENETRO.

:.- 6 6 6 Headachesand first day. ". .. T'_..' 1 )

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:- :b.l Fever .'. ,
"Q LIQUID. TABLETS due to ColdsI Expensive Sweet' Tooth
SALVE, HOSE DROPS In 30 minutes.Try E. .. .
"Rub-My-Tism"-a Wonderful Liniment The tax collector has a sweet
a. tooth. When you buy sugar he
., takes one lump out of every five

A Sure Index of Value .- R'. in hidden taxes.Q. .
i; I- 1 !,MAW! v.l ) :?::\ Ge-
KT' WaAT j
i ,: w puYA1C { } I
'ii S. e5A'"''''
is 'knowledge of a '. :s'o "'"IAe. ry( UISTION.
manufacturer'sname ) rJ't,:
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If what stands for. It ....... / ( -JC UD
it is -
Why do Luden's
contain
illIllIlIllI the most certain method, ,
: an alkaline factor?
;,: except that of actual .0 -t1i; :

use, for judging the

t value of any manufactured NSWER
goods. Here is the ;; PBy
Ica only guarantee against It' : To help build up your
alkaline reserve when
r' careless workmanship or >
have cold.LUDEN'S .
you a
Buy use of shoddy materials.l' .
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: ADVERTISED GOODS I OWNU o Hell Synd.lcat.-WNU Service. 50 ,

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rAGE >EIGHT / THE CLEWISTON NEWS .FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 19 08 (
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r corners. Large cedar-lined closetsare sin I[ the City of Fort Myers, Florida, Largest Sea Bird proposals for the construction of a.

BOCA GRANDE TEAM built in the two bedrooms and I' this 29th day of November, A. D. The albatross, which is the largest certain Florida school in accordance building with at Clewiston plans and,

in the hallway for linens. The bath, 1938. sea bird, attains a length of 4 feet, a specifications now on file in the
with steel with Geo. W. Whitehurst, weight of 25 pounds, and a wing office of L. Phillips Clark, architect.West ,
tile edged
AT DINNER of cream cnT c] of 17 f -.t. Palm Beach, Florida.
HONORED built-in tub opens onto tho hall- Judge. All proposals should be addressedto !

way. S. A. Graves, Superintendent of
Features of the new home are Committees Named- IVOTICK Public Instruction. Hendry County.
HERE THANKSGIVINGAs Flcrida LaBelle Florida. and marked. -
the steel-framed French windows Notice is hereby given that L. M. Proposals for the Construction of.
with sills of tile, the oak, tile- --.I St. Martin Brown intend to apply to School Building.
effect flooring in living room, din- (Continued from page 1) the: Judge of the Circuit Court for The Board reserves the right to
a climax to their scoreless tie Hendry. County, Florida for a decree reject any and all bids.
and hallway, a large attic .
ing room Shelley. and license to take
battle on the home field last Thurs- manage charge MRS HOMER TAYLOR.
of the I air circulator to draw off warm Publicity: B. E. Herring, Richard sf and control her property and to I, Chairman. Board of. Public
day afternoon tne members the house in hot -weather Wilson, E. M. Cornette, J. G. become a free dealer in every respect. Instruction: Hendry County
air from
Clewiston Tiger'squad were hoststo !I Dec. 2, 9, 16, 23. Florida.S. .
circulating fireplace which Niblacl ,
and the (
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Grande Tarp- .
the visiting Boca A. GRAVES.Superintendent
ons at a Thanksgiving banquet at I has back vents into the southeast Kiwanis Education: Rev. F. C. of Public In- .

the school that evening. Only a bedroom allowing it to warm two i j i Taylor, A. W. Lawrence, I. M. Paf- IN TUg CIUCUIT COUnT, IIUXDKY. itrucilon Florida. Hendry County. ,'-.
COUNTY, STATE OP FLORIDA '".
few guests were present. rooms at one time. ford, R. N. Smith. N II. Brown, ) LOUIS O. GRAVELY, '
Concrete walkways and drive- Special Support of Churches and Complainant ) Attorney. .
Economics I I
The girls of the Home way have already been constructed Their Spiritual Aims: R. N. Smith, VS. ) No. 161Nov. 3. 10/17,, 24, Dec. .2.
school arrangedthe Cornelia
Department of the situated Brown )
and two large oak trees F. Tippey, J. E.. Beardsley and Befendant.
( dinner and prepared a. goodly i IJ.I )
about the same distance either side I H:" R. Hall. 'DIVORCE. I
portion of the food. Turkeys were I of the walkway will aid in making I TO CORNELIA BROWN: NOTICE'Notice ,.I.
Each member of each
baked at the Clewiston Inn and attractive home. committeewill It having been made to appear
and cake contributed. this an even more serve as its chairman for three. that your residence. is Collins in the is hereby given that the
pies State of Georgia. Board of Public Instruction of Hendry -
months in the order
Tables were arranged in a semiU named. Now therefore, you are hereby County. Florida on the third day
with the members of both Tiger Cubs Play notified that a suit for divorce has of December A. D. 1938.:> will receive
shape been brought against you as styled bids for the purchase of $33,000.0)Special
football squads being seated at the above', and you are hereby requiredto Tax School District No.7.
long leg of the U. Guests were Canal Point TodayThe file 'with the Clerk of said Courtat Hendry County Bonds, said bonds
being in denomination of 1000.0
LaBelle, Florida
seated at a smaller table on the New Model in said suit on or before your appearance December each, said bonds bearing interest at
short side. Footballs cut from blue City 7, 1938. and thereafter to file, with the rate of six percent per annum, .
Tiger Cubs, Clewiston's recently the said clerk your written defense payable seml-annually and maturing
and gold paper were placed in if have as follows: $1000.00 on July 1st, of
organized Junior High six- any you to said Bill of Complaint -
front of the Clewiston squad mem- I at the time prescribed by Jaw. the years 1911 to 1953. inclusive.; and
bers for both menus and place cards. man football team will play their I To Be Shown at Witness my hand and seal of said 1954$2000.00 to 1963.on July inclusive.1st of All the proposalsshould' years
first game, this afternoon on the Court at LaBelle, Florida this 11th
and similar menus and place cardsin day of November, A. D. 1938. be addressed to S. A. Graves
Point. It is
with Canal
local field Superintendent of Public Instruction
red and black were placed in (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL. Hendry County, LaBelle. ,.
that this is the first game Florida &
front of the Boca Grande players. probable New York FairNEW Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry Florida, and marked. Proposals for
They were well mixed at the table of junior high 'six-man ball to be County, Florida. the Purchase of Bonds.
.played in South Florida between Louis O. Gravely, The said Board reserves the rightto
and a feeling of good fellowship ex- Solicitor for Complainant. eject any and all proposals,.
isted between the members of the schools. Nov, '11, 18. 25. Dec. 2. :MRS. HOMER TAYLOR

two teams throughout the evening. Members of the squad are chosen YORK (Special)-A magic Chairman. Board of Public

Yellow and blue cut flowers in- from the sixth, seventh, eighth carpet ride through space two miles Instruction.Florida. Hendry -County

terspersed with fern was used for. and ninth grades and a few of the above "Democracity," the perfectly NOTICENotice S. A. GRAVES, '"

table decorations. players have had a little experience integrated garden city of tomorrow, Superintendent Instruction Hendry of Public County -

'bountiful meal of this year through reserve will feature the central theme exhibitof is hereby given that the Florida. ,
Following a work for the varsity squad. These the New York World's Fair which Board of Public Instruction of Hend- LOUIS O. GRAVELY,
turkey and cranberry sauce, string ry County Florida will, on the third Attorney. ,
beans, cole slaw and sliced toma- will strengthen materially the Clew- opens April 30, 1939.The' day of December, 1938. receive sealed No. 160-Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec. 2.9t1 .
iston team which is expected to exhibit, created by Henry
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toes, candied yams, stuffed celery,
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account of themselves. Dreyfuss, industrial designer, will be
give a good
olives, mince and pumpkin pie the
dramatic in form. It.will reach stir-
Redish Jimmy Holland : a ,
Carrol ,
beautiful cake was brought in and I .those ring climax when, out of the distant
and Bo Lolley are among
placed before ,C. E. Miner, Clewis- I
skies above the floating audience, will
ton school board member who is who have had a be little placed experience in the : troupe marching legions of workers, ; about time to
to
certain
I and are
given a great deal of credit for I symbolizing the interdependence of
the inauguration' football in the starting lineup. Other starters and man in modern civilization. temind
reserve material will be picked: by youYOU .... :
school this Nearer and
year. nearer they will tramp, u+vf rr 4
Wakefield from the
The cake was baked by Mrs. J. Coach Homer until the whole arch of heaven is

A. Robbins, Jimmy Elmore, Paul Slon- raised singing the of tomorrow.
,
song
M. M. Prewitt. It was a large cake
alter, Billy Perry, Bobby Broad- As the final strains of this marching
and the entire top was in green, I
foot, Johnny Bethea, Nickey Schif- air die away, great streamers of col-
laid off in detail like a football I
fli, Gus Cantrell and Paul Pullen. : ored light shoot forth from the zenith, I
field, yard markers were there,
drenching the sky from horizon ,to
the goal posts were there, even tiny I
horizon in all the hues of the rainbow.A .
players .were scattered over the Congressional A( : ;

field, six in blue and gold and six I Dramatic Show ; 1 ;; can't ''afford fo procrastinate;

in red and black. To make it complete This dramatic show will be housedin 'J:7'- much longer to
a dog was scamperingacross (Continued from rn"' one) the eighteen-story Perisphere, In starting save a
little and at 10:00 dance will be heldin the ". of income..and
one, corner of the field the a 'companion structure to 700-foot portion your invest:
the Inn dining room. Trylon, which constitute the architectural -
same as had happened in one local i it wisely. during
productjvmt
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The next morning the guests focus of the Fair. WI cDitNq your

game. will be taken on a tour of the An entirely new method of projection )\,: of years. The slogan/"Save and Hav.-I i
Mr. Miner acted as master of cer- tc .
slides instead of '
Bare Beach and Ritta Plantations, j utilizing
emonies and introduced E. E. Kelly SPVIN ES be old-fashioned but-the sen-
and to the government levee and film,. will be employed to throw the may

M. W. Bigg, F. M. Wright, hurricane gate and other points of moving figures on the sky. New meth- 'COUNSS sible people that follow it are the I
Coach Wakefield of Clewiston and ods of fluorescent lighting will be
interest. Their train will leave ,at
Coach Chinn of Boca Grande all 11:00 a. m. for Tampa for their used. \\ A0.. happy ones you meet.:. We'll gladly '-

of whom made brief talks. Coach The itself will be ...\J...
last entertainment before leavingthe garden city a \sl. ,, .. help you with our time-tried, safe
Chinn congratulating the Clewiston model-one of the largest ever built

sextet on their fine display: of Included state. among those expectedto and the first to portray a full-size and profitable savings plans.

sportsmanship and also for the din- metropolis catering to a million peo-
be present are: Assistant
ner which he said he hoped would ple and complete in every last detail.
ey General Joseph B. Attorn-I This of tomorrow will,
be repeated next Thanksgiving Day city serve -
with the Tarpons as hosts.In sistant Secretary of 1,000,000 people, but no one will live Clewiston Federal
conclusion Mr. Miner was Sowell, Senators Elmer in it. Homes will be in suburban de-. Savings
pre- '
Oklahoma, Robert F. Wagner of
Factories also will be
velopments.
:
sented by the Clewiston team with
New York Wm. E. King of Utah,
located in satellite towns and broad
,
a set of military brushes in
recognition Bennett Clark of Missouri and Loan Association
Champ green belt.areas will circle both city
of his support of the team I "
Wm. J. Bulow of South Dakota, and towns.

this year. James H. Hughes of 'Delaware_ Kenneth ------ - .--
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Guests present at the meal included --
McKellar of Tennessee, JamesE.
: Mr. and Mrs. Millard Chinn, --
Murray of Montana, James M.
of Boca Grande, Mr. and Mrs. Homer -
Mead of Pennsylvania, Matthew


W.B.'; E.Wakefield Bigg Herring, E. ,E., Principal F.Kelly M., members Wright and ,Mrs.M.of I B.M., Pope Neeley of of Idaho West, Richard Virginia B., Rus-Jas. I DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON HILLS ? .

sell of Georgia and others. There
the new athletic council, C.
will be even a larger number of
Miner, Sandy Bell, A. E. Oliver E'I[
Congressmen from widely scattered
Ed Ward.
states of the United States and a

number of other Washington of-

Kelly Home Soon ficials whose names were not learned. -

The Florida congressional

To Be CompletedContractors I gation is expected to be dele-I

its entirety with Senators
I
and Pepper 'and Congressman Wil-I

on the erection of cox Green, Hendricks, Caldwelland

the bungalow for E. E. Kelly on 'Peterson. Harold Colee, presi- -

Crescent Drive stated this week dent of the State Chamber of Com- Gp5 1 1GU '

that a slight hold-up had been merce, will be among those pres- < .

caused by delay in receiving certain ent and James J. Harrington, Indian -

materials but that these were ex- River, Michigan, formerly vice- y

pected shortly and the home would' president and general manager of v7 pow ti ,

probably be complete within two the United States Sugar Corporation -

weeks.. Paul Bussey is in chargeof will be a member' of the party.

construction.The ,
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bungalow, when complete, Dr. Bourne Wins I .
will be one of the finest of Clew- -

iston homes, 'the exterior walls be- -' I
: A tt s;
ing of vari-colored brick 1
veneer (Continued from page one) :
with tile floor on all porches. Al- Plaintiffs. 4 /

most all of the framing around win- -
vs.
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dows. and doors is of steel.. 'Benjamin Arthur Bourne, also l 1 ) 1 / T I

At the front of the house there I known and referred to as ,

is a small porch and the entranceis B. A. Bourne, '

directly into the spacious living Defendant. I : .

room on the northeast corner. A FINAL DECREE

doorway leads from the east end This cause coming to be heard ,a- :,

of this room %to a large porch on and was argued by counsel; there-I

.. the east side. To the right of the upon consideration: thereof, '. I

entrance an arched doorway leads court finding that the equities are I

into the dining room and back of with the defendant, Benjamin Ar- Wpr&yoq

this. room is the kitchen, with; an thur Bourne, also known and referred .1

opening onto a small porch at the to as B. A. Bourne.It .

side.On is therefore ordered, adjudgedand iutF oASau"E LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES f
-the south side of the livingroo'm i -decreed that the bill of complaint .:. ; l: ,

a door opens into a hallway I herein be and the. same is. INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR ':f0 1fO.n
which connects the two bedrooms. hereby dismissed.. I''
i on the ..,
southeast
and southwest: Done and Ordered at Chambers "

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