The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00742
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00742
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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1 : AT TENNIS SUNDAY :"-_' .;:;'.', -!'''-'I.SUGAR: '. =;. :, TALKSBy ,'<"i:r\1-, ,:'", PREVENTION WORK .

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.. ;. ;:: :'!.;" General plans for the coordin-

with West a clean Palm sweep Beach over came the through Clew i : -L\.: ,: : ,;r,': <,::. By Clarence R. Bitting I,\: ";. :> :: ': ation of fire prevention and fire

iston tennis players Sunday after- : :: ';:;'. :,\; >:';(? control work in the Everglades with ,

noon in an inter-city match thai : :. I 'M State and Federal funds were discussed

was halted by rain before all '; :': good ighbors by a group of Upiversity, of .
matches were played. .' Florida officials and South Florida

Bob Beardsley, number one sing .'(
at the Everglades
. les player for Clewiston, carried
. r\ Harlan Dye of West Palm Beacli The nation-wide condition of huge unemployment and heavy de- Experiment Station in Belle Glade
. I. to three sets before the east coast t 'I mands for relief has persisted for a number of years. Washington Thursday.The .

player was able to win 6-3, 2-6, 6-1 authorities have continually intimated private enterprise should increaseits group gave its unanimous approval -

Leslie Henry of West Palm Beach employment' to a proposal worked out
beat Coburn Moore 6-2, 6-2, and Florida is ideally located to assist in relieving this problem. More by 'Dr. R. V. Allison, head of the
could obtain self-supporting, self-respecting livelihoods than .
of Clewiston went down persons '" soils
G. M. Ford department at the University,
the State. Employ-
unemployment and relief rolls within
are now on
before Delmar Ploekelman 6-2, 6-3 for checking water runoff from
would increase employment else-
ment of this great number in Florida I
The Clewiston team of Ivey Pafford where in the nation, supplying necessities and comforts of life for, the mucklands that are not in use

and 'Joseph Robbins lost to Roy those employed within the State. :. i as a conservation and'fire prevention -

, >, Ploekelman and Ralph Reddick Besides this contribution to unemployment within the boundaries of > .; measure.

6-4, 61.Three. Florida, a new source of national wealth and hence prosperity will .' .,, County agents present were askedto

matches were underway be created. present the matter to their coun
when rain halted' the play. Connie The Everglades of Florida holds the key to the situation. ty commissioners in an effort to
been definitely proved an ideal place for production
This has
\ Palm Beach and area their
Savage of West get support for an effective
of sugar, a non-surplus crop, of which we now import more than 70%
Mrs. Ruth Beardsley were playingthe program of fire control and fire
and offshore areas.
of our needs from foreign countries I .
only woman's singles match of prevention, not only with view
I The Everglades, until recently, has furnished most of the fresh
the day, G. M. Ford and Zerney vegetables enjoyed in Northern United States during the winter months. to preventing the destruction of

Meredith: were playing the mixed In a frenzy of neighborliness, authorities in Washington, by the so-called .... valuable soil resources but to con-
team of Mary Belle Savage and Cuban Reciprocal Trade Treaty, devastated the business of vegetable serve the South Florida water sup-

Delmar Ploekelman and Ed Ward growers in the Everglades. ply and check the smoke nuslance?

and Coburn Moore were playing Today, only one sugar-house, which is supplied with cane from that results from Everglades fires.

another mixed team of Elizabeth plantations operated by the sugar-house company and some 15 inde- The plan outlined by Dr. Allison

Moore and Harlan Dye. pendent growers, exists there. During a recent harvest, over 85,000 tons .-;. who made an intensive study of

Those making the trip to Clew- of sugar were produced at costs lower than costsin areas of peonage- the problem while he was in chargeof

produced sugar.Everglades. the Everglades Experiment Sta-
iston were: Ray Ploekelman, presi- producers pay highest wages of any area sup-
dent of the West Palm Beach ten- plying the American sugar market. Despite low-cost, high-wage conditions, tion, 'vould provide for holding water -
nis club, Delmar Ploekelman, Har- bowl. on unused lands to prevent them
Florida is prohibited by law from filling its.own sugar
lan Dye, Ralph Reddick, Mary Belle In removing all restrictions on production of non-surplus crops, from burning and also from sub-

Savage, Elizabeth Moore, Connie many more thousand persons could be assured self-respecting livelihoods siding through overdrainage.Under .

Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Henry in the production of the vital necessities of life for fellow Americanswho a new Everglades Fire

and C. B. Savage. are dependent upon foreign countries and offshore! areas for such I control law passed by the 1939 leg-
necessities. The last time these areas controlled supplies for the islature the governor will appointa

Bond Broker American market, they forced the American housewife to pay five timesa board, composed of one member
SpeaksAt this staple of life.
reasonable price for primary from each county in the Everglades
for people of the United States and tappingthe
Creating District to direct the af-
Kiwanis Meeting abundant fertility of the Everglades, will create a new source of .- -.
fairs of the Fire Control District.
'I--' wealth and prosperity.'a\
/ To the $75,000 appropriated by the

'\ .. Henry I. Cohn, municipal bond l r legislature for the use of the board

br.ker.' from" St. ;:Louis.,>* was ,-the >oo"'f; 1! -, ....::-',,MR --' .__. :' < ." '",& '..2... .r '.'. ;'. i--- '., ", Congress has added another $75)00 ,-
guest speaker at the meeting of the which will be largely used in

I Kiwanis Club Wednesday evening. ) promoting soil conservation measures -
I in the Glades.
Mr. Cohn, who is interested in

farming a tract of approximately "-

4,500 acres' in southeastern Missouri I Rainfall Deficiency

gave an interesting description of Dr. Schiffli's Cruiser ED WARD LEADS Earl Qualls Is Drownec

some of this farm work and the results Lowered By RainsThe

obtained. Approximately 1,000 Sinks Near Myakka Cut' Near LaBelle Thursday

acres of this area is in cotton, 400 FISHING CONTEST J

acres in corn and the remainder at ... rainy season, which beganin
devoted to soil! The body of Earl Quallis, 16, a last month in earn-
this time is being The trim little cruiser owned by the 'glades
building crops. He also spoke of Dr. O. F. Schiffli sank Tuesday in WITH range rider for Joe B. Hendry was est, has brought heavy rains in the

L the value of refinancing of the shallow water north of the MyakkaCut iOUNDER I recovered at one o'clock this morn area almost daily since the begin-

sub-drainage districts in that area after the boat had struck rocks ing from the Caloosahatchee Rivernear ning of July and reports at the

and of what it had meant to the and punctured her hull while Dr. Ed Ward, veteran local angler the home of Mr. Hendry at' office of the U. S. Sugar Corporation' -

farmers of the area. Schiffli and Parker Wilson were set masters of the piscatorial arta I Fort Thompson less than twenty show that the deficiency, for

Mr. Cohn is interested in a tractof making a leisurely trip out the mark hard to surmount when he I feet from the point where three sink this year, estimated on a rainfallfor
land in this vicinity and, flew Clewiston channel to the lake with landed, Sunday, and brought in to companions watched ten years, has been lowered to

down from New York Wednesday.He the intention of returning throughthe the frying pan a black bass which Thursday afternoon as he attempted 5.83 inches. A drought during the

returned to St. Louis Thurs- Myakka channel and the levee tipped the scales at eight pounds, to swim the river.In winter created one of the largest
with Eddie Peacock,
day, also by plane.. canal. six and a half ounces. This bass company deficiencies In recent years.
Elbert Tyson and daily rainfall show
the lead- Records
I No trouble immediately no- established Ed as one
Qualls came up on the north shore 1 .66 inchesof
AVRIGHT FAMILY: MOVESTO ticed after the boat had struck the, ing contenders forthe valuable that on Saturday, July ,
decided to swim
FORT WAYNE, INDIANA! rock and when the water came high prizes being given by the Chamberof of the river and he tc rain fell; Sunday had the heaviest -
\ fishing'contest the river to carry a message rainfall with 1.54 inches, Monday -
I enough in the hull to be noticedthe Commerce in the ride '
the ranch house rather .71 Wednesday -
- The F. M. Wright family, who boat was off the mouth of the now underway.C. LaBelle. He had 1.10, Tuesday ,
left Clewiston last week after sev- Myakka channel In the lake. To E. Miner and E. H. Liles to the river bridge at of the .10 and Thursday' .40. This.

eral years residence, will establish the boat sinking in deep brought in a nice string of sixteen was within a short distance record was for the city of Clewis-
suddenly turned -
south bank when he fell
their home in Fort Wayne, Indiana, water Dr.. Schiffli ran it into the bass that day weighing a total of I his three companions ton and fully an inch of rain
and shouted bring
has accepted a They also caughta I here before noon today to
where Mr. Wright shallow water and allowed it to fifty-eight pounds. believehe
position with an aeronautical engi-' settle to the bottom. Water almost number of smaller fish which I I could that make he it. Before did not they could the total to about five and a half
returned to the water. inches for
neering company. covered' the motors by tne time the they him he had
to assist this
make a move heaviest rain recorded
Both Mr. and Mrs. Wright have I boat was grounded.A Among other catches reportedwere down and never reappeared.The Harbor where
gone at Lake
been leaders in civic work in Clew- asked I those made by T. W. Jones week was
passing fisherman was three men dived for some
I I iston and they will be sorely missedin 1 to summon aid from Clewiston butIt and J. E. Baker who each had eight time before reporting the. drown- 2.9 inches fell Sunday.

the community affairs. Mr. o'clock the follow- bass averaging in weight about continued '
j was near one ing and the search was 'I
Wright is an active member of the j ing morning when Bill Johnson three pounds. J. A. McGehee and then for many hours before the Second Half League
American Legion, having servedin to the res- E. L. Stewart brought in a stringof I
;: I took a boat and went body was recovered In the deep I
several offices including commander cue of the marooned boatmen. Dur- fourteen finny beauties. made.I water, the river being approximately Play Begins July 16
of the local post. He was hours a Low water in the lake has this
ing the wait of several, I sixteen feet deep at
an honorary member of the Ki- delicious dinnerof cold clam the contest 'rather slow getting under -

wanis: Club, and was treasurer of chowder was enjoyed and music I way but as the lake rises from I point.Qualls had been in LaBelle for Because of a baseball tournament
,recent rains the fish will strike which is underway in West Palm
the Community Church and from the radio until the batteries. about a year and is the son of J. second
the choir. much better and ever increaisng interest Funeral services Beach, the beginning of the
died. of Ruskin.
the summer' is an- C. Qualls half of play in the South Florida
Dirs.Pright was very active in I The boat has now been raised will be held in Fort Myers :at until Sunday
} the Clewiston s Garden Club and and returned to its berth here. ticipated. Lawrence Powell Funeral Home ot League will not 16 begin according to a
:,L served as its chairman for two 3:00 tomorrowl '(Saturday) after- week, Post
.,... to the Palm Beach
a.; the club Nail In ChargeOf
years, during which time New Postal Machine Is noon. his morning by James Ward, league -
in local
.made splendid progress

membership and became affiliated Installed By U. S. S. C. New Survey Drainage District : ; Club secretary.rosters must be submittedy
with the state federation. She was ,

also active In the Community '\'. C. Nail, who has been placedin Landowners To MeetA July 15.

r, (Church, served on the board of I The United States Sugar Corpo- charge of three survey crews I: GlUt SCOUTS VISIT
trustees and assisted with the work ration this week installed a new at work on drainage canals out of I HOUSE THURSDAY
,' among the young people of the postal registering machine to do Lake Okeechobee has recovered public notice in this issue calls

church. I away with the Inconvenience of from an illness which prevented his attention to the annual meeting of I of fourteen Girl Scouts
A troop
stamping and postmarking mail be- going Into the 'glades 'on Monday I the landowners of the Clewiston under the leadership of Miss Dempey -
will be held
SUGAIt DELIVERIES INCREASE ing sent out by the corporation. and is now actively engaged on the Drainage District which local director of Girl

/ I I At the present time the machine project. at the offices of the district July in the 26. : Scouts Creary in Miami, were escorted

2,380,019 short tons, of sugar will only be used for stamping the The survey, presumed to be mere city hall on Wednesday, the sugar house of the '
is hrough
have been delivered to American 'Clewiston, Florida postmark, and ly for informational data, includesthe The purpose of this meeting annual, I United States Sugar Corporation ona

markets during the first five IA space Is 'provided however, which cross-sectioning of the West to elect a supervisor, receive special tour by A. E. Oliver. >

months of 1939 against 2,250,216short j the proper amount of postage. Palm Beach, Ilillsborough, North reports and act upon these reports busI- The visit was arranged by M. E.

tons for the same period in.)can be used for an advertising New River and Miami canals for a and for transacting such other before I ronMach who is now vacationing at(

1938 It has been disclosed by the 'I stamp and this will probably be I distance twenty miles' back.. ,from ness as may properly. come : Liam j Beacb..

Department? of Agriculture\ I put jnto, ue within a short time.' Lake Okeechobee. he; meeting, '



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Serious MienRequired -fl g e o& AROUND Items of Interest tt I

to "' Ikh.i the HOUSE !: to the Housewife.

Cure HysteriaBy
For Yellowed Knife Handles. I Keeping Mustard Fresh.-Mustard -

__ If the handles of knives become I will keep fresh and moist
yellow soak them in peroxide for much longer if a pinch of salt is
DR. JAMES W. BARTON four hours, then place out of doorsin added during the mixing.

"UP" in a large the *
patient sun.
A hospital was suddenly [ C9Z Storing Honey.-Store honey ina

stricken with what the attend- b HP I RemovingVhitewash.To remove warm, dry place. It should not
whitewash from windows, be kept in the cellar or in a
ants thought was some kind r I Ii) I j rub with a cloth dipped in hot damp place as it will absorb moisture

of fit. He threw vinegar. and ferment.
.' *
himself on the TODAY'Sfl

struggled Clean Ice Trays.-Each week Sunday Night l\Ienu.-A delightful -
HE ALT H wash the ice tray with a baking simple menu for Sunday nightis

with an imaginary soda solution. This prevents the : Hot bacon sandwiches, fruit

foe, work. COLUMN development of stale and musty salad with whipped cream,

ing his face, odors in the ice cubes. brownies and ice coffee.

arms, legs and body. The

look visiting at him psychiatrist, ordered the took attendants one Crochet Star Doilies I
away_ and advised behave the himself patient as to Design I

there was nothing

ri really wrong. Circle, Household Arts Dept., 259 '

The "fit" was sim- W. 14th St., New York, N. Y.

ply hysteria where iii Please write your name, ad-

the individual, starv- dress and pattern number plainly.

I ing for attention, desires -

to be the cen- $ Grave Guards
tral figure or hero in
the "show." % Considerable sums of money
"fit have been spent by the war department -
Instead of ,a ,
there may be loss of 4A t Y. ;v of the'United States in
Its :: the of'Presidents
guarding graves
-Q<-< -'--- appetite, < .,
speecn, no >: i .y4, :k+\? ex-Presidents until
and mausoleums
vomiting, inabilityto \y
I Dr. Barton : were completed and per-
swallow food, or
manent guards provided by a
S. Barton Hall,
loss of memorv. Dr. .. ,, .i-..' ;{'ouG\r: .?4':?;;: ...... ___ memorial association. The mili-
in the Practitioner, states '0'''''''' >
tary guard of one officer and 25
that before a patient's condition can
be called hysteria it must fulfill the BAKED EGGS IN HAM NESTS soldiers that was maintained at
See'Recipe Below. the grave of President Harding in
following Marion, Ohio, for almost five
1. An examination of the patient Meals That Are DifferentA stiff, and fold into a hot cheese mix- qI : a tlc years cost nearly $135OOO.Collier's. .
from head to foot, including labora- ture. Pour into greased baking dish

tory investigations, shows that thereis and bake in a slow oven (300 degrees -
really no organic cause for symp- slice of golden-yellow cheese Fahrenheit) for 1 hour and 15 :t "'

toms. with a time-mellowed sharpness of minutes. Serve immediately.

2. The underlying circumstances flavor is the perfect accompanimentfor Macaroni and Cheese.

causing the patient to use any of a piece of rich, juicy, apple pie 1 cup macaroni (uncooked) 1 r s6 tpsAT

these 'methods to call attention to -but all too often we forget that its Vz cup grated cheese I I

himself should be 'found. There usefulness doesn't' stop there. There 1 teaspoon salt -.. Pattern 6350. I GROCERS

must be something giving him a :. are so many varieties of cheese, Black pepper ( )

feeling of inferiority, ;a feeling that and so many uses for each, that 2 tablespoons butter It's such fun to have a bit of

he is not a success. menu making with this versatile V4 teaspoon paprika crochet under waysomethingthat's

3. The underlying cause or reason food is fun. 1 cup milk going to add beauty to your

must be related in some way to the There are rich, full-flavored 2 teaspoons prepared mustard home! Get busy on these hand-

patient's symptoms.Look cheeses, cheeses'with a tempting Break macaroni in short lengths, some star doilies. They're perfect J

Into Past. sharpness of flavor, and delicate, cover with boiling salted water, and for luncheon or buffet sets. And iGRE/VT;(BARGIN;

there is some back- mild cheeses-cheeses to suit every cook until soft (25-30 minutes). so easy to crochet in mercerized
4. As always
ground for the behavior of the in- taste, and for every use, from appetizer Drain thoroughly, and place layersof string. Of course they can be

dividual, something that has hap- to dessert. food the macaroni, grated cheese, salt used separately to beautify occasional -
is in
Because cheese high
and pepper in a baking dish. Dot well. Pattern 6350
pened in years past, this somethingmust low in tables as
value and comparatively Garnish with
with butter. paprika.
be located. I contains instructions for making
cost, meals built; '
"The patient appears to her (or around it are nutritious Mix the milk"and prepared mustard doilies;, illustrations of them and
his) friends as somewhat selfish and and together and pour over mac of doily;
eco- ,of stitches; photograph
roni. Bake in.a moderate oven (350 ... S
self-absorbed there is a gen-
; nomical, too.And degrees Fahrenheit) about onehallhour. materials needed.To Liberal Sorrow

uine emotional power, a defect / if you're feeding obtain this pattern send 15 Joy may be a miser, but sorrow's -
which the patient attempts to makeup a'family that
melodramatic acts." \ Swiss Cheese French Toast. cents in coins to The Sewing purse is free.-Stoddard.
for by these !)-iltV won't drink milk,
In treating these, cases Dr. Hall remember that 8 slices bread

suggests that the physician should servincheese is Vt cup butter .

adopt the same serious attitude that an excellent way of getting more 4 square slices Swiss.J cheese y <3wC :
he applies to patients with organic (-inch thick)
milk into the diet, for most cheeseis
disease. He must not try to ridiculeor concentrated whole milk (or milk 3 eggs

suggest that the patient is "act- which has been partially skimmed). 3 tablespoons milk ''*.*;..,- .' WlelL1S!

ing." He must by careful exami- This group of cheese recipes, Ih teaspoon salt l

nation and explanation show that which I've found temptingly deli- Dash peppe'rDash

there is no basis, no organic condi- cious, will help you to plan meals paprika
tion that could cause the symptoms, J/4 cup butter
that are different and very good to + i.
'from bread. (
e Remove crusts
eat. Spread one side of each sliceof
Patients Should Baked Eggs in Ham Nests. bread with

Baked or boiled ham
creamed butter. tti
Tell StoryA Eggs Make sandwichesof

English muffins cheese and
few years ago when a patient American cheese (grated)
bread firmly
consulted a physician about his with thin ,
Line custard cups slices to-
nerves-sleeplessness, lack of appe- of baked or boiled ham. Drop a pressing edges Corn

tite, anxiety-and the physician raw egg into each cup, and bake and gether.add Beat milk eggs, O NIY =

could find no organic trouble, he them in a moderate oven, 325 de- and / AIt.JrlA to yoU
referred him to "nerve special- salt, pepper l V Va come
grees Fahrenheit, 15 to 20 minutes, paprika. Melt remaining 1(1JllW7r lakes
ist" because there might be some- or until the eggs are done. 1 fresh-
thing wrong with the patient's Split the muffins, toast them, then skillet.butter Dip in \ D \\\ \ with their flavor I
which the general practitioner -
nerves, each half with crispness
sprinkle generously sandwiches in egg mixture and fry
did not understand.after Today, when thor- grated cheese. Return to a mod- in hot butter. When golden brownon C 0 1\ neSS and
the physician, making a Kellog9s
erate 325 Fahrenheit &
oven, degrees both sides, remove from pan and b
ough examination, can find no or- Y
to melt the cheese. Remove hot. ,
ganic trouble responsible for the and ham nests from the custard serve very II \ \
egg : eW'inner'
Tomato Jelly Salad With Cottage :
symptoms, he does not refer him to cups and place one on each muffin Cheese. usive,
the nerve specialist or psychiatristbut I
half. Serve immediately.Hot \
gives the treatment himself 4 cups canned r tomatoes : wrap "
--- Cheese! DreamsServes 3/4 teaspoon salt .\._
In speaking of some of these nerv- OR'G'... type
( 4-5) Dash of pepper ;< '! .
ous states-anxiety depressionDr. '
Franklin G. Ebaugh, Denver, 6 slices bread 1 bay leaf ; ; Jhf -
; <<
6 slices American cheese <
in Southwestern Medicine, says that % cup celery (chopped) ::. 7I. ,,,,,, vn
Vz chili sauce (1114 i n'a'\
in the anxiety state the patient cup 1 tablespoon onion (chopped) tH t ?t.,4C
6 slices
bacon "
often complains of being cold and 4 whole cloves

unable to keep warm. He is tense, Remove crusts from bread. Toast 2 tablespoons gelatin .

restless, uneasy, apprehensive, with one side of I each slice. On the un- Vz cup water

cold, clammy hands and 'feet and toasted side place % teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

dry mouth. There is a rapid pulse a slice of cheese e-h )} Combine the tomatoes, salt, pep- Ccpr. 1939 by Kellogg CompanyLOOKOUT

and high blood pressure, which are and a tablespoonof -.... per, bay leaf, celery, onion and
chili sauce. cloves. Cook gently for 10 minutes
down to normal during sleep. ..

Avoid Direct Advice. Cut bacon slices .... '_.. 'I':! and strain. Soak gelatin in cold z,,... lG.p w lS.n'L. K / l
in halves and arrange water and add to the hot tomato {
"In treating a patient with the
two strips
mixture, together with Worcester- ,
anxiety complex it is important to of the bacon on'each sandwich. Broil shire sauce, stirring well. Chill un- ,',t.tit. }.r.y..r t, &2k:r y,r 'Ci.\':A: c. \ } r} 9 } 'h d C yf s \

avoid the pitfalls of telling him that until the bacon is crisp and brown. til set.

he should stop worrying or that Serve with small sweet pickles. /

nothing is wrong with him, since he
Cheese Souffle. of This New Book.
Get Your Copy
is unable to stop thinking about his
(Serves 5) This clever, little, book, "House- L
trouble and knows quite definitelythat
1% cups milk Eleanor Howe will
something is The, hold by yq'( :"L,
wrong. 1 cup soft bread crumbs 350 simple, easy-to-use,
give you
must spend hour
physician an or
1 butter iku1fi
tablespoon tried and true for
practical, helps
letting the patient tell his
Vz pound American cheese (sliced everyday housekeeping. "How canI W/
story about his family, business and
'thin) '
milk for sweet mill
social life. As there is no organic
4 eggs (separated) in ,my favorite chocolate cake reci-
trouble present and the patient now
Ys teaspoon paprika "How I wash son's
pe? can my .
confidence in the physician be-
#pas 2 drops tabasco sauce wool sweaters without shrinking
cause he has shared his story with q:,
3A salt
teaspoon "What I do to
them? can prevent
him the physician is often able to
Combine milk, bread crumbs, and small rugs from slipping?" The an- IHOTIEIL
the needed help or ,advice. I1COIIJNTAmLocat.d N !
give !
butter in the upper part of a double swers to these and other puzzling
This that the physician, while
means boiler and heat. Add the cheese, questions will be found in this new A Vacation Paradise
not exactly acting in the capacity ofa and stir until the cheese is melted. book. Send 10 cents in coin to Elea- on highest. point of Lookout blouatain, overlooking AI" Chattanooga'
priest, minister or lawyer, never- Coou 1 i """ 'Add.eai
Beat egg yolks until very light, add nor Howe, 919 North Michigan ave- outdoor swimm moun ranges. ndmg t..., Rateys moder ate.
theless with the' whole backgroundof
paprika, and tabasco sauce, and nue, Chicago, Ill., and get your copy .LlTTLEGREEN, Manager
the patient now known to him, Hot.S.AM Chattanooga
gradually stir in the cheese mixture. of "Household Hints. lookout Mountain
can advise a method of treatment. Add salt to egg whites, beat until (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I
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(!:: 'America,' Largest U. S. Boat, INTERNATIONAL ASK MEA Offering Quiz With Informationon Answers

Is Launched at Newport News SUNDAY Lesson I ANOTHER '.r Various Subjects

By HAROLD U 1-UNuyUlST. I). D.
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
I --------- .. of Chicago. The Questions 1 The Answers
(Released bv Western Newsnaoer Union I
'rAndc"y% I 1. When a gun is fired, do you 1. The flash. Light travels faster
see the flash or hear the report than sound.
Lesson for July 9 first? 2. An immigrant enters a place,
2. What is the difference be- and an emigrant leaves a place.

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected tween an immigrant and an emi- 3. Quebec.
and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil grant? 4. A juggler or magician.
permission.of Religious* Education: used bj 3. Where are the Plains of Abra- 5. Balance.

ham? 6. The wife of a Revolutionarysoldier
JEROBOAM: A MAN WITHA .:.4. What is a prestidigitator? who took her husband's
V GREAT OPPORTUNITYLESSON 5. JDefine equilibrium with one place at a cannon in the Battle of
word. Monmouth after he had been
PEXT1 Kings 112631. 3740. 6. Who was Mollie Pitcher? killed.
> GOLDEN him. and TEXT-In he shall aU direct thy ways thy acknowledge paths.- 7. Where does ambergris, used 7. Ambergris comes from the

Proverbs 3:6.Strength. largely in perfume, come from? spermaceti whale.

of personality- apart from

r good character will not assure suc- .
cess but will, on the other hand, ,By
1. cause only intensified failure and HOWto SEW RUTH WYETH I

I Iv II.- / disaster. We may even add divine SPEARS
promises of blessing which are
given on condition of right living, - - .., -

and the man of courage and of these two books should send in
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country, slides down the ways at : : Ixw against such sinfulness and at the PAPER LABFlEVERY HOW TO SEW articles by Mrs.
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..... Above: Scale drawings of the glory of God. booklets that all homemakers love I plaines St., Chicago, 111.
each plate on the "Ameri- That which commended Jeroboam -' to collect may be placed in brightoil
ca" were made on a 15- to Solomon was that he was cloth folders so that they will
foot working model of the : 'man' of courage and industry (v. make a brave show along with the SAVE MONEY!
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his Martian-looking helmet grams the Mammoth Size. The 50-
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The sad thing was how they were made. It gen-
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leather in the heart of J ero- the booklets
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his chance to develop and advance.Let fabric side of both pieces of oil-
us teach our young people to be cloth should be entirely covered
@ loyal and true, as well as to be to make it stick WINGS OF COOLNESS
) 3 ) brave and ,ambitious.II. smoothly to the cardboard. Let- HURT WITH HEAT.
Promise and Condition (vv. 29- ter or write the general subjectof MEXICAN DUST ON HEAT FAMOUS POWDER.

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begun on his knees in the house of until it is dry. = -

God, seeking wisdom that he might for in California
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.ayes 66 5 rule his people aright, had come to the Home Decorator, and No. 2, .
the end of his life in apostasy and in Gifts, Novelties, and Embroid-I FOR S&LEOPPORTUNITIES
wicked indulgence of the wishes of
15 cents each, or
eries, are now INC.
his heathen wives. Through
both books for 25 cents. Readers California
530 Broadway. San Diego
God made' known
prophet Ahijah,
who have not secured their copies
the purpose to divide the kingdominto
ten tribes and two-a separa-
tion which knew no reunion while kr 'TMti

Israel was in the land. y
Jeroboam was promised the ten
tribes with the assurance of the
great blessing which had been given lA
David but this was definitely. ::
to ANMy ? f
,._ on the condition that he would + R FpRPDuRgE,
"hearken-walk-do-keep" (v. 38)
Above: Blading the low God's statutes. The fact that he

pressure turbines. Some failed only emphasizes the folly,and
15,000 of these delicate wickedness of the man, for he wenton
metal blades are requiredfor his way to destruction in spiteof
the turbine casing opportunity and blessing. Men ': / f
t Ji. shown here, arranged in are doing the same thing today. Oh, :
I. .I i. semi-circular parallel rows that we who teach this lesson mightbe
enabled to stop some such prodigal / +'
d Some 15,000 more blades :1.
( this coming ,Lord's Day. '
5 rlr (w will be fitted into the I on ::'.'.f into this I Ill. Danger and Exile (v. 40). ,.f. ..4LtvY'.v
rotor which fits :

\ vyS He I I casing. Left: An early Although God's Jeroboam promise did in accordancewith ultimatelycome :

{.. I construction picture at to his throne, it was by way ; lwViY .
Newport News, where of danger and a flight into Egypt.If By burning 25% slower than the average of the 15

seven cranes swung to and he had gone God's way to the tested-slower than
fro amid a clatter of rivet throne and had abided God's time, other of the largest-selling

ing machines that would he might have spared himself both any of them-CAMELS give smokers the equivalent of
put most July Fourth cele- danger and exile in a heathen land.
brations to shame. Here Perchance some one who reads
the rises these lines is just now languishingin
ship slowly as
the exile of an Egypt of despair wakrftik.
months go by. because he has failed to obey God. $:

I To such a ,one we say, do not fol-
I :t I low Jeroboam who went from exileon
into greater sin and sorrow.
Turn back now, seek God in con- COSTLIER!tobaccos Isn't that and what the longest you want bappl-in a c j

as fession and contrition, and if need cigarette? Note 3 facts revalcd by scientific '
k4 be, in salvation. Get back to God's tests on 16 of the la.rgcst-s.,1iDg brands: ,
and enjoy His blessing.In .
way Camels were found to contain
t4 : of the les- 1 9 bx> (
making application TOBACCO BY WEIGHT than the aver- ;
life of Jeroboam of the largest-selling -
sons learned from the oge for the 15 Other
let us not fail to point out brands.
through the historical CAMELS BURNED SLOWER THANANY y
that all down : ,
2 ups
r q.
referred to
is repeatedlyas
the man "who made Israel to THE 15 OTHER OF THE LARGEST-SELLN '
sin." "Jeroboam's sins were not ING BRANDS By burning 25ft slower,on Cij y
the sins of a common man. It is the average.Camels give smokers the equivalent
v and kings' counselors, of 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK y '
only kings,
+ ') ,
/.y ,
HELD t : to>
V """"" "" "'A and bishops, and -ministers In the same tests, g t ;
and popes, 3 FAR LONGER than the
\ Finally, the christening and and elders, and such like, who average time for all the other brands. y 1 %
nations and
sin and
launching of the finished vessel. Consider Camel's economy-enjoy the delicate } "
churches and congregations to sin. ,ob4CCOSw.other :''' '> ohs' > :'
of totttier
Scheduled to enter service next taste and fragrance
But they can do it. And they are Camel bonus! Camels are Americas >.
spring, the "America" is 723 feet doing it every day. The com- first choice for PLEASURE ECONOMYI' '
1\\ long, 93 feet in the beam and 75 monest and meanest man among us
feet deep from the promenade deck. has more than enough of this terri THE CIGARETTE OF

y) It will accommodate 1,219 passen- ble power of both sinning himself IIJItAMEL
'' gers in all three classes, and a crew and making other men. to sin" COSTLIER TOBACCOSLi
of 639. (Alexander Whyte).




when they were sold: the Circuit Court of Hendry County,
afraid labor and government. Herring, Supt.Morning 5,875 pounds
blame' Tla., at the Feb. 23 term thereof, A.
The Clewiston News Government, afraid, flings ba'ck' II worship 11:00. Sermon on April 4. The lot sold for $386.66 .- TX, 1038. .of the offense of Murder in

the blame. The North blames the by the' pastor.B. and brought Mr. Vickers a net the First Degree, With a Recommendation "

South, the East the West. States I Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m., A. H. profit of $3'.51 a head. Life of, Mercy will apply and sentenced for clemency thereforto to -
Published every Friday In NEWS, frantically set up barriers'against, King, director; Mrs. Herman Davis, Commenting on this clean feeding the Board of Pardons. Tallahassee,
Florida, by the CLBWTSTON program, Walter J. Sheely, an: Florida, at its next reeular meeting.WILLIE .
Inc. sister states and term it "protec associate. BATTLE.

tion." t Evening preaching at 8 p. m. imal husbandman with the State I j
Agricultural Extension Service said: I
IEATJlLEY'O'VnI':S, Editor Travel about, talk to businessmen 'Sermon by the pastor.

little or big, to field hand or'' Midweek service every Wednesday "Feeding the hogs on concrete! NOTICE OF ANNUAL MRRTINR OP'
maximum of corn. LANDOWNERS OF, CI.EW1STON
floors gives use
worker, to the rich or the evening at 8 p.m..
mall matter factory I DRAINAGE DISTIlIC'l'Notice
second class
Entered as
it takes approximately
February 1, 1927.! at the Post Office Jn poor-all are dissatisfied. Executives -I W. M. S. each 2nd and 4th Ordinarily,
Florida, under the Act or church, Mrs. 6 1-2 bushels of corn, with protein
Clewlston : study balance sheets, struggle Tuesday at 3:30 at the is hereby given that pur-
March 3, 1887.Subscription. supplement, to make 100 poundsof suant to call of the Board of Super-
with tax returns, and their brows :A. R. Broadfoot, president. visors of Clewiston Drainage District,
With: concrete
in hog.
wrinkle with worry. Farmers and Sunday school teachers and officers gain a I the annual meeting of the landowners -

note $2.00 Per Tear.Advertising1 with bumper crops watch!I, meeting Wednesday at 7 floors, according to Mr. Vickers' of Clewiston Drainage District for
growers !I only 5.3 bushels of corn, the year 193! will be held at the
Rate On Application. market reports and their hopes m. office of said District, In the City
mounton IP. with protein supplement, were need Hall Building at Clewiston. Hendry
dwindle. Warehouse charges The Is cordially invited to
public the gain. Farmers who County. Florida, on Wednesday July
ed for same
SURPLUS goods-goods millions attend all our services. 2C, 1939 at four o'clock, P. M. Eastern
Devoted to the advancement and welfare I have fed their hogs in this way Standard Time for the purpose of:
but cannot buy;
of Clewiston and Hendry County. want and need | The pulpit will be, occupied this have their corn through 'feed- 1. Electing a Supervisor.
food rots in orchards and field and :.Sunday at both morning and evening sold 2. Receiving annual reports and
Ing to the animals for $1.04 a taking action with respect thereto -
people tramp the streets starvingand services by ReV. H. 0. Den-
arrived.I bushel instead of 50 cents a bush- as the landowners may de-
Summer has definitely undernourished. It doesn't make ham of Pahokee. Everyone is urged termine.

The daily rains have begun. sense and yet man with all his to attend. el-the price they would have received 3. Transacting such other busi-
on the market. ness as may properly come before -
his investiga-I I
alleged intelligence, Monday afternoon at 3:30 P. M. the meeting.
Get in the C. of C. fishing con- i j
his boards and
tions, his surveys, will BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
S. executive meeting
W. M.
test. Some nice prizes are offered commissions, his laws and rules and ,, the NOTICE OF CLEWISTON DRAIN-
the home of the, president I
(be held at AGE DISTRICT.
and it doesn't cost a Reports I regulations, cannot seem to find Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot. Notice is hereby given; that I,, By F. D. DUFF, President.

indicate, too'to, that bite the big ones are the answer. [I Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 the Willie Battle, who was convicted in I July 7, 14.

beginning As I stood on a busy .street_ corn-,regular business and social meeting -- ----

in Indianapolis the other dayI S. at the church.
er I of the W. M.
U. S.
complied by
Data being -
Engineers from old records show saw a street car rumble into the i Hostesses, Mrs. Arch Hodges and NOTICENOTICE -

center of the Intersection to stop Mrs. M. C. Vowell.
that in 1910 there was better than .
and block traffic in every direc-1 I The executive committee of the
an eight inch rain on Lake Okee- e --r r
tion because the trolley had slipped Palm-Lake Association will be held

chobee which brought the elevationof off. Frantically, the crossing: at 10 A. M. Wednesday, July 12th is hereby given that the following described lands, or. as
the lake up. to about 21.5. That I will be necessary,to pay the amount due for ',taxes
whistle waved thereof as
policeman blew his] 'at the Canal Point Baptist Church.Let's much '
elevation now would give Clewiston his arms motorists, each intenton ; representation herein set opposite to the same, together with the costs of such sale
; large
residents a place to fish from have a and advertising, will be sold at public auction on the seventh day of
his affair tried to squeeze i;
their front, porches. own which from Clewiston. 1 August, 1939, beginning. twelve o'clock noon, at ,the City Hall of the
past; the result of was a -
City of Clewiston, Florida.
hopeless! jam. The motorman, pow-;MADISON FARMERS FIND R. Y. PATTERSON
The Fourth of July was a quiet Tax Collector, City.. of Clewiston.
erless to move his car, left his CLEAN FEEDING PAYS IN
holiday in Clewiston with not even
seat and, running to the back, con- FATTENING :\ HOGS
an automobile wreck, so far as we
nected the trolley. 'The car lumberedon
have learned, or a fire-cracker burn-
and in a few moments the con-
feeding on
ing. The three day vacation enjoyed Madison, Fla.-Clean' Amount

by employees of the United gestion was ironed out. concrete floored pens is the ans- DESCRIPTION OF LAND ...'I.Ji.I.,1 -ii:: [;1: OWNER Of Taxes:
And Costs
States Sugar Corporation and oth- ,And as I watched that common-I wer that some Madison County I

ers in the community gave an place occurence the farmers have found to the problemof

opportunity 'for many to visit In me that maybe this country of low price for hogs and large

other parts of the state which they ours was all snarled up because corn supplies, County Agent S. L.
off trolley. Sure- Lot 23 Block 22 ___._________ E. :1. Feuchtlnger --.----= 5.30
were not slow to take advantage of. we, too, were our Brothers _reports.Mr. Lot 27' Block 160 _..___________ H. :1. Oglesby --.---- 30.30
ly there is a force, an intelligence,\ Brothers cited the experienceof Lot 28 mock 160 _.___.________.__' H. :1. Oglesby. ...---.--.----- 30.30
..__.___ Mrs. C. D. MorrIs ___ 4.30Lot
162 __ -' -
that would set us right I II to show Lot 1 Block
a power, J. Vickers, local farmer, .....
............................................ 7 Block 167 _____L.: .._____ S. J. Feuchtlngcr ------- 4.30
: : ; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ': :":": and solve our 'difficulties if we the good results that have been ob- Lots 35, 36 mock 167,______._ Thos. B. Shelley _______ 30.30

: .1 I could just contact its! I've never I' concrete Lot 1 Block 169 ._._.__________ Thos. B. Shelley .-.-..-.---- 5.30
:tained from the use of the Lot 6 Block 172 .___.___________ S. F. 'euchtinger --.---.-- 4.70
Tai Late To ClassifyBy I been very religious, but I do be- floored pens. Putting his first lot of Lot 14 Block 172._..____.__ Eugene Feuchlinger ------ 5.30
somehow I feel Block 173 __._._.;_____..__ Mrs. :May S. Ames ------.-.- 80.30
Lot 23
lieve in God, and 7 he .
I 25 hogs on feed on January Lot 23 Block 176 _._...__.____.__ D. J. Johnson ....__.____..--.:..._ 4.30
RUSSELL KAYO that if we as a nation would stop .fed them until February 17, when Lot 27 Block 176 _________ E. A. Caldwell Estate .__-.- 3.70
_______._:... Leroy H. Dorsey 4.30
about ourselves turn Block 202 --'---
---.I I worrying Lot .16 '
,O........:.... ....../; .. : .NON- ; ; .... he sold them at a nipfit of $3.28 a Lot 11 Block 203 _____._._.__.___ F.V.. Iverson -------_---- 4.70
back and put the trolley on, that I. head. The hogs ifeighed 3,205 Lot 18 Block 203 ._________ Julia Sharkey ------ 4.70
we'd find all the power we need feed and Lot 19 Block 203 _'_"__'___ Mary King -_._____ 4.70
I like to get away every now I I I pounds when placed on Block 203 _._L: ...___.__._ Ella Kane -.--.---.--.- 4.70
I to see us through. But we've got gained 1,655 pounds during the LotX20 Block 355 _._._._.__.___.___..____ Bernard R. Payne -.------- 3.50
and then and visit other sections of:I to "KNOCK" before it Is opened I II cost of the hogs Lot 30 Block 356- ___._.__:_...__ T. P. Waddell __-"'--__._ 3.50
the While take pride period. Original Block 357 __ Fred A. Menge _-_._ 3.50
country. we I Lot 9
!I unto us and we've got- to ASK and I was $192.30_ and they consumed_ 102 Lot 4 Block 358 _______.__.._.__.____ Marjorie L. Durgin ----- 3.50
in the fact that we are "citizens"of BELIEVE if we would receive. 50 cents a, bush, Lot 19 Block 358 .______.___._..__ E. A. Caldwell Estate .._____ 4.30
this or that state, our interests 1 I bushels of corn Lots 41 and 42. Block 358 _._____ Henry :1. Stephens ----.__.._ 6.70
el and $24.75 worth of supplements. Lot 45 Block 361 ______:____ Eugene Feuchtlnger _.:....- 4.30
should never become so selfcentered + ;I IIll rnOO! lll!! ''IillI i ll IIGn'!'IB''k II I'' : Total returns from the lot were Lot ,8 mock 362 _._________.._.:._._ Mrs. E. A. Schult ______.__. 20.30
as\ to cause us to overlook the Pjll; Lot 31 Block 362 _"-"___'___'___ Mrs. F. H. Emerson -----
Ifj $350.20.A Lot 8' Block 367 _._.____:..--_.._=___ Clewiston Dry Goods Co. ____ 2.70
fact that we are likewise "citizens"of _______...
THE 44.30
WITH : second .lot. of 26 hogs fed by Lots 13. 14 Block 377 _____ R. C. Nowllng
the United States. '3 3 Block 381 Elmer oiL Erickson ___ 2.30
aFl Mr. Vickers weighed 3,325 poundsat Lot Let 15 mock 451.w--_____.-_______ Harvey Guthrie _______...;_ 4.30Lot
Our welfare as a nation depends I: Churches of the feeding 23 Block 417 ___.________ Eugene Feuchtinger ___ 3.50
upon the ability of all peoples In : the beginning Lot 8 mock 495 -.__. :1.V.. Daughtrey _--'._____ 2.70
period, February, 19, and weighed
all states to recognize as fellow-
Lm llwjd I
Americans and fellow-citizens, every [ 11'Ilu ildll11111!! 91i1 11' ilUlulill I iP IuIIIIIJ lrnl l -
: : : :::
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child, regard- .. .
man woman or .. M1
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through birth or naturalization are Royal .i..i.yy

equal under the flag and the law. Forest C. Taylor, Minister I .s..:. y.t.

We should strive to know and
Sunday school every Sunday at : I :&;::;:
understand our "neighbors", be i I
9:45, B. C. Flaniken, Supt. A visiting :::::
they close or distant, and appreciate I ....:: ENJOY AN 'i
minister ,will the pul-
the fact that the lone prospectorwho :::: A
pit. ::::
treads the wastelands of the : ;
Morning worship and sermon :::: I ..s'.s..I..S. .
west, the sturdy fishermen who go .
down to the sea in ships on the I next Sunday at eleven o'clock. :....: '' '.: ., ALLELECTRIC I :>I :4< :..Y.:.

rockbound New England coast, the Christian Endeavor meeting every .. '

mechanic who stands all day at Monday evening at seven. :::!: \. I : .. ; ,:: .:. ..ii....

his lathe in our great manufacturing Choir rehearsal every Thursday I ._..._. \..!.'., HOME :.{. '' r\"; !. .s..'.:..
evenin the church. .. .'..
centers, the miner who labors gin :... "> .' .
deep in the bowels of the earth, The public is cordially invitedto I.:...s. .'. T" '. .
.... .
'" I .' '-- .5:
J ,
the cowboy on the vast Texas worship in the Clewiston Com : 4', I
plains, the farmer and grower, and munity Church. .:'.:.

even the migrant, homeless and ....:. .

unemployed, who with his pitiful FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH A servant that ::::
Electricity is the modern servant; a
heap of personal belongings journ- Corner Ventura and Central Avenue s .s.

eys from border to border and "The Friendly Church" i; takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :i::::

coast to coast seeking work and Marshall Mines, pastor. :::: :
efficiently ::
opportunity-are all AMERICANSand YY: :r home and one that will do everything quickly, i :

fellow-citizens. Services every Sunday: and economically. :::::
1: ||
People are pretty much the sameeverywhere Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. E.ConsidEr YY; ::

you go. the same hopes] :::.s. :XY:
will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast or ::
-- --- ----- One ,
and aspirations, the same trials, :::: penny
v ::
and problems-and. today as .: YA two hours of safe reading light or operate ;
:: your eyes
before, in our nation's history ? is :::;:

all need each other. _We need never\\ niii:::!: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY

erance and fellowship.and good We need will, I II i :::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :..*.:.:A I;.:

sire to work with and help one an-II I

other. i:::!::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I::::

No American worthy of the name,I I .:.... that is all electric and mo d.: ::
no matter what state or section he p .i' f

may hail from, can journey from I I XXSI .:.:s;

state to state, along our great seacoasts ; :i:.;'

through fertile valleys and! : :* '
over mountain trails, and not feel :XT: CHEAPEST SERV- 8:
a great pride for his native land. %t ..'
: .s.Ii
.. *...
Providence was never kinder to any .t'}. >.;:..:.

nation. Everywhere is plenty and /
abundance. Our farms and fields thEs E AngUs ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.

yield more than we can consume; U ', iii

. our industrial plants and factories Owning your own home is real I..::..ttl'. "
: :
turn out vast quantities for our economy because you save: the .; .. '

every need; our wealth and well- landlord's profit. Any family need- Xx;' : ,

being is the envy of the rest of ing a home will do well to look at .!'.:. i:

the world-most of "which could our selection of homes and buy :: .- 44DP" :!:::
live in comfort on what we WASTEand before real estate values increase .i.; ... :. '. '", ,\ ". .:.*

disregard.Yet further.We will gladly help you .'.S.

with all. our gifts, with all I attain debt-free ownership of your iiI

py our people.advantages Everywhere, we are not we a hap-are home thru payments like rent. =1=1 Glades Power and light CO.

afraid. Our works, mighty as they Clewiston Federal **
are, are DEAD for lack of FAITH. I X +

Selfishness and greed, intoleranceand +.. M....

hate, camp on our doorstepto Savings and LoanAssociation .:i..=. ." .?...t..

crack above our heads the whipof l + . ... ... . . ."."."."."."."."::'.:.:

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JULY 7, 1039

L I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston wen I Mrs. R. N. Smith and sons, Bob- Joseph academy in that city. She !! 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the'

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkins bie and Howard, returned Wednesday is a graduate nurse, having com last Sunday of the month, when
Ii pleted her training in St. Vincent
at Fort Myers Beach over from a stay of two months with Mass is at' eight o'clock. The pub- I
Hospital school of nursing and received -
[ Personals ) the weekend.Mr. Mrs. Smith's' parents; Mr. and Mrs.R. a post-graduate course in lie, regardless of religious belief,
I is always welcome in this church. 1J
and Mrs. Lester W. Geislei S. Howard in Augusta, and a surgery at' Charity Hospital, New __ __ __ 1 1I
of West Palm Beach and daughter, visit with friends in Savannah. Mr. Orleans. She has been connected
with St. Francis' Hospital in :Mi
Miss Muriel, were visiting Rev. anc Smith met his family on their re- I M. COUSE
i foi
Richard Bestor left this week ami Beach for three years.
a Mrs. F. C. Taylor Tuesday. turn in West Palm Beach.
a visit in Philadelphia. --- Mr. Doyle, the son of Mf. and I Counselor and Attorney at Law

0 Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet anti i I I Anne Pafford returned yesterday Mrs.. Thomas Doyle is a native of.. Hopkins Building
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent daughter, Sharon, visited Mr. and from Fort Myers Beach where she Philadelphia, and a graduate ol Wednesdays and Saturdays
in West Palm Beach.Miss I! is 0:30 to 4:00
Sunday Pennsylvania University. He
Mrs. E. J. Rogero in over i has been attending a summer camp
the week-end. I led by Dr. Alexander Linn, for the southeastern manager of a New
Beulah 'Guthrle left Sun- I I past week. Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Kay York concern and has spent several

day for a visit in Macon, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johnson and Pafford and Mrs. :B. C., Flaniken winters in Miami Beach. He is a 1 NEW YORK

s ----- Jimmy Johnson spent a few days I I and children drove to the Beach member of The Men' of Melvern and o w.HR@G'sAIR''

A. W. Johnston is spending his with relatives in .Sarasota over I for her. Ocean' City Country Clubs. ;

vacation in Pennsylvania. the weekend.Mr. ,
I J. D. Bruce, Jr., left this week CHURCH

H. H. Turner was a visitor in : and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and to join Mrs. Bruce and their daughter Rev Lawrence J. Flyiui, Pastor

Fort Myers Tuesday. sons spent the holiday weekendvisit'lng I Barbara, in Philadelphia where
Mr. Prewitt's father, B.I they will reside in the future. Mr. .Mass each Sunday morning a

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were Prewitt, in Tampa.Mr. I Bruce has ,been assistant treasurerof 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sunday
Monday visitors in Fort Myeri. !I the sugar corporation for the of the month when the time is ROUnD TRIP COACH fARE

and Mrs. ,Foy Durrence are I past two seasons and the family 10:30. $39.
leaving Saturday for Franklin,!' made friends who regret heard Saturday to new yORK
'i\- Dir and Mrs. P. S. Maynard spent have many Confessions, are every
I It.
the holiday week-end with relatives North. Carolina, for a two weeks' I Ivaca that they are making their evening from 7:30 until 8:3C I From CLEWISTOXLower \

in Ocala. lOn. I home elsewhere. and before all the Masses. Rater for Coach Pettier
of' I Week-day Mass every morning at Proportionate Fares from Other Points

J. L. Whitaker spent the Fourthof Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Knight, Richard -' MRS PAFFORD WINS HIGH 7:30. I Tickets Good In Pullman

July with his family in Fort and Jimmy Knight visited'over PRIZE AT WEDNESDAY BRIDGEMrs. Devotions in honor of Our Lady at Slightly Higher Rates

Myers. < the week-end with friends in Fort 'of Perpetual Help are conducted COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONEDfast

Pierce.P. G. B. Thomas entertainedthe Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed DAILY TRAINS between
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston and Wednesday Bridge Club at her : by Benediction of the Most Florida, intermediate points and New York

Miss Martha Nell Alston attendedthe A. Poston, Brunswick, Ga., I home this week, using a patriotic l Blessed Sacrament. SUPER DELUXE COACHES :
rodeo in Arcadia on the Fourth. has recently moved to Clewiston and I theme. I I Religious Instruction Class foi Lounge, Sleeping and Dining Cars !

is employed at the Clewiston t Motor Mrs. I. M. Pafford won a box children Saturday morning at nint CLEWISTON 5:50 P. M.

" Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., and son. Company. l I of stationery; as high prize and here in Clewiston, and after Sunday

Ronald, left Saturday for a visit Mrs. Dave Alston a box of lovely :Mass in Pahokee. % REDUCTION!
with relatives in Abbeville, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and handkerchiefs as cut prize. The Mass schedule of Pahokee is i 10 on Round Trip Coach Fares
their daughters, Mauryne, Louise with Ar-
Congealed fruit salad between all points In the Southeast
S Miss Viola Keene is spendingthis and Anne spent, the week-end at gyle dressing and cheese biscuits TICKETS SOLD DAILY
week with relatives in Fort Fort Myers Beach. were served by the hostess to Mrs.: FOR RENT:-FLt. My. "

Myers. Mrs. Alston, :Mrs. Leslie
Miss Hortense Collins left Saturday Beach Mod :
after her :Miller, :Mrs. T. B.. Shelley, :Mrs. E. ers to both FAIRS
for Orlando visiting -0
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Ma- C. Mills, Mrs.. W.H.. Lanier and
mother, Mrs. E. Collins, for several in COACHES
rie and Vollney Robbins were weekend days. Mrs. Keathley Bowden.KettlMoore. Houses, Electric. Refrigerators $90 $135 in Pullman
visitors at Fort Myers Beach. nut Pullman! Chug"

Miss Eva Grantham, of LaBelle,I Gas Stoves, Hot ALL EXPENSE TOURS to NEW YORK
for and SAN FRANCISCO FAIRS tKroujKfacilities
Dorothy Young left Sunday
I was the guest of relatives and .1 of American Exprin Co. sold In'
ere con.
a visit with her grand-parents in friends in Clewiston over the week-I and Cold Water.-Week" nection with Coast Line Tickets and nature

Americus, Ga. end. Mrs. J. Willis Moore 'HOTEL RESERVATIONS IN ADVANCE

')l announces the marriage of her or Month. Address CONSULT TICKET AGENTCOASTLINE .

J. R. Blown; is leaving Saturdayfor Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mr. \ daughter :I

a vacation visit to his homein and Mis. Z. G. Meredith and Patricia Louise Judge Geo. W. White-

Oklahoma.Mr. Meredith were visitors in Arcadia I to

on the Fourth.Mr. John J. Kcttl hurst Ft. Myers, Fla. I e s
and Mrs. R. O. Couch of on July 1st 1939. ,

Grant, Fla., were business visitors
and Mrs. E. T. Hurst returned ---

,I in Clewiston this week. Tuesday from Emporium,I The marriage took place Saturday ------ - ..................................:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.. :.
I Penn., where they have spent the I in Melbourne, with Father Francis .::+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : .h.

I Ed Markette and T. E. Markette past two months. J. Finnegan, former pastor of .:..
! were visitors in Arcadia on the I
Church, performingthe
St. :Margaret's
i I Fourth. Mrs. Josephine Knight and Mr. ceremony.Mrs. NOTICE. j

and Mrs. Richard Knight and children : Kettl is the elder daughter _.
Miss Mae Palmer and Malley
l motored to Arcadia on the of :Mrs. J. Willis Moore and
Palmer spent the week-end with'yey' I A
Fourth. the late :Mr. Moore, and came to .!.,
their mother in St. Cloud.
,I when her father : h'it
,. .' Clewiston in 1931 ? A
W. H. Lanier, A. E. Oliver, Mr. in charge of the Clewiston U.
D. E: Royer returned Tuesday and Mrs. Jack Baker and L. M. McCoy -
from center a in month's Venice.Mr. stay. at the ,medical spent Monday on a fishing trip S. Mr.Engineer Kettl is the son of Mis. :Mary it H. C.. Post is no longI I

-. near Fort Myers. They report a Kettl of Cleveland, Ohio, and is
large catch. connected with the sugar corpora- '
and Mrs. A. Wynn and
tion. He has resided _in Clewistonfor
James Arcadia Wynn on attended the Fourth.Mr. the1. rodeoin Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bestor left several years. i er connected with our

Sunday for a vacation visit with .:.
relatives in the North. They expect 'i. '
and Mrs. J. H. Doty, Willard Rogero-Doyle
to visit in Peoria, and in St.
and Maxine Doty, are spendingthis i :: de tment. ::
week at Miami Beach. I Paul during stay. ._: service pS ..'
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo J: Rogero :i: ... .

1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cato visited I Bill and Dick Owen representedthe I I'of Miami and St. Augustine, an- t x
Clewiston Christian Endeavor and
friends and relatives in Arcadia nounce the engagement approaching -
Society at a picnic given by the marriage of their daughter -

over the weekend.J. Everglades Young People's Association ,- Faustina Neomi, to Francis County I

H. Tuck and Miss Tiixie Tuck in Lake Worth on July 4th. Joseph Doyle, of Philadelphia, Pa. \\ Hendry
take place
attended the rodeo in Arcadia Tuesday The wedding will .
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Land Gene .
Land, Wes Padgett, H. C. Avant) '
native of
I Miss Rogero is a
and Miss Marcia Avant motored to Motors
t Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, Gene Augustine and graduated from St.
Arcadia and Fort Myers on the
and Bub Mills spent the Fourth A ,

1 in Arcadia. Fourth.Mr. i I I ..::...:..:MN.. :.IM.. ................:N:.. ..N..N:.........................'.N.. ......................N..........N............................................NNN.. .. .. ......................:.:.-
and Mis. 'V. L. Lott, who
Miss Beatrice Jacobs spent the

ami.vseek-end with her mother in Mi recently iston, are arrived making to reside their home in Clew-at MOM E .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::::

j the Inn. Mr. Lott is associated with I WM ; + 111I
j the research department of the .. .t.
j Mr. and Mrs. Art Lawrence were 1W .... ..... ...'.& '1iII' ?.
i I visitors in Fort Myers on the

Fourth. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and WRENCEt t_
r LA
daughter, Emma Jane, left Sundayfor 1\
I Mr. and Mrs.: E. B. Massey of their vacation. They are visiting x

Stuart were business visitors in Dr. Ezelle's relatives, in h I

1 Clewiston Wednesday. Graceville and will later make a .;. Y

trip, into Georgia.Mrs. ? <
Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Draughn of B 1. Has the dope on the niftiest comb- :i

Moore Haven; were visitors in Clew- B. J. Schroeder left this .4'.

iston ;yesterday. morning for a few days visit in I YOU DON'T .... .:. / h t
Stuart. Her son, Joe, will return v
Mr. and :Mrs. J. J. Graham and with her Sunday after a two weeks' NEED CASH FOR YOUR _:' ination home and income deal inthis :.
daughters, Kathryn, Florence and stay with relatives on the' East :;
Sally left Saturday for a visit in Coast. y X
Jacksonville and in South Georgia. '
Leslie B. Crane, principal of the : :=: ,- :::
Boynton schools, was In Clewiston I';' city. '
Mr. and Mrs.: M. E. VonMachand
Sunday and conducted services at . iy
children, Sue, Corinne and El- *
the Community Church for Rev.F. DELAY .
eanor, are spending two weeks vacation -
C. Taylor, who is still unable NO
at Miami Beach. I
to return to his active church duI I RED TAPE ---r- .'.
ties. :
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn were '. ," :t:
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. .:. h
Mrs. W. M. McCracken left Sun- ''"-'' '- 1. I
Redelsheimer in Miami over the day for a visit with friends in '

week-end. Pennsylvania. Margie and Bill, Jr., ROYAL LUMBER
are visiting their grand-parents Ej : J. E. .
Miss Ava Ezelle, who has beenvisiting Mr, and Mrs. A. N. Gallant in COMPANY : x
her brother, Dr. J. "vv Venice, during their mother's ab 'h
Ezelle and family for several weeks, I
left Sunday for Spartanburg, S. C'I sence. .asAD Real Estate t

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight, Mrs.C. ,. x
s e ..
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and E. Miner and Mrs. Josephine ; .}
'' PHONE 66
Marianne Jones spent the week- Knight drove to West Palm Beach I Nd :_::- HOPKINS BLDG. X
end in Miami. Mrs. Jones and Friday, accompanying Miss Ruth t i .t.h
Marianne remained through the Knight, who left for Miami to ':. _

week and Mr. Jones is going down spend a few days visiting Miss Y:x: : ... ... .. ........-.........NN. .HN. .....N.....M.....",'.*! .,
C '"- for them Sunday. Mary Peacock. .;. >:....-:. x;...-.....'*.:..x...X"X-X"X..x.:.N.M.M. .NNNN. .:. .-.:. . .- ; ;

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Mabel-Does it make any difference -

on which side I sit?

By ELINOR MAXWELL Alford-No, I'm ambidextrous.Wife .

in Error


pains to teach his wife to speak

York and stay with her forever. How I was about your father. You have towards town. "Thank God, I've correctly. One day she caught
CHAPTER XV-Continued about it, Mary?,Can you do it? Can your my sympathy ." found him out! And to think of the him kissing the maid.'
-15- sweet mother get along without you? "George, I'm}. surprised!" she
1 I that I've
Surely with all the success that's com- "Thank you, Chris, I-let's don'ttalk months of agony gone exclaimed.'r
0"There was something mysterious ing your way these days. New York's about Dad, please. I just can't through for this man!"
Even the for to live. "Really, really, my dear, you
the you
about the whole thing. place in
seem to bear "I love Phil! she told herself "
to condole must be more careful, repliedhe.
friends 'who had come
"I know, my dear. I shan't say wonder. "I've loved him all the
on the mother to "I am surprised. You are
quiet her
seemed strangely But Mary, helping another word." And then, "Let's time, and I was just too dazzled by "
subject of Jim Loring's sudden reconstruct her life, attempting, to astonished.
talk about my marriage! There false illusions of Chris to realize it.
death, and as the hours wore on, bring her stricken little brother backto was a tinge of bitterness in his I must get back to him at once! I NO CAUSE FOR. ALARMLStL
and more appre in the little
Mary grew more normalcy, stayed on
voice. "I suppose you've been told must see him at once! I wonder
hensive. His going was spoken Iowa town. And, too, Ellen and Bill
it'son the rocks-that lisa's gettinga how soon I can leave for New
about as "tragic," "a great loss to Duryea had decided to marry soon, York." And then "I
divorce. ,
"terrible for the should do all
Hawkinsville and felt that she
and she
evasionas "Yes," Mary said, "I've been haven't written to him for a week,
family"-but the spirit of she could to make their coming rz
and that horrid formal little :
told. was a ,
to how his death had come about marriage as happy an affair as the
was always there. circumstances would allow. They Chris shrugged. "Nice mess, isn'tit note. Oh, Phil, I want you! I need
with Mrs. Lor- ?" he ,inquired. "I didn't quite you!

"Ellen," she began that night"wasdad's in were ing the going wedding to live was, of course, to please the lady, and-oh, well, the At last, they had reached Blon:
of their room ;
the privacy
anaccident'l"Silencea be a very quiet one; still there were marriage should never have taken deau street, and were heading down r"Weren't
death really bridal things to be purchased, arrangements place. You know that as well as I Sixth. At last, they were turning

long silence, which an- to be made. do, Mary." into Concert, and nearing her home. you frightened when

swered her better than any words rife concern- "No," Mary thought, "no, the She .would write' to Phil this after- you discovered you were over

could have done. Gossip Christopher was running and lisa Cragg. lisa marriage never should have taken noon. She would tell him she was your head at the beach.this morn-

"Ellen! Was it-did he-?" ing had gone to Reno to obtain a di- place-and yet, it had! He said he leaving for New York soon. ing?" "

stifled sob. 'Yes, Mary. vorce, and report had it that she and loved me-but he married lisa. Now they were pulling up at the "No. "
Ellen a which "But usually are. _
Arty Belden would be married as Why? Why? question curb in front of the Loring house, you
Dad-took his own "There wasn't a man within
her for months
been tormenting
soon as the decree was granted, had and without waiting for Chris to get "
"Oh, my God! I was afraid he simply must be answered-and an- out, she opened the door of the car, hearing distance of us.

had!. Something told me at the time swered now. and stepped to the ground. "Good- r
and. then, to- and looked at Chris Wrong Party
your message came, Shq turned Chris she said breathlessly,
day, when I simply couldn't get to but his gaze remained steadily fixedon and, turned, to smile at him. Postman-Is this for you, mad-

see anybody alone, I began to feel the road ahead of him. "Then, am? The name is obliterated.
I W1 He from the car, and
jumped Housewife name's
sure why, Chris, why did you go on withit he be-
beside her. "Mary
stood ,
"Mother found him in the garage, ?" she asked in a- low voice. "think this thing over. Please
Ellen went on, "the doors Chris drove on silence.. "I don't
think it over!I" When a fellow wears loud
closed the ignition turned on. She know, Mary, he replied at last.
didn't to be Mary shook her head. "No, Chris. clothes, a conservative' girl turnsa
clings to the idea that it'was an "There just seem any
That won't do good. My mind'smade deaf ear to his suit.
accident and, Mary, that's what the honorable way of getting out of it. I any her handon

verdict was, but I know and so do never cared for anyone except you, up. And placing
his arm, she added, "I'm sorry, Those J
." after the first night we met'. But oneses
1 finished lisa and I had been engaged for Chris good-by. Husband wonder why it is wecan't
suicide Mary -
"That it was I I
some time, and I just didn't see save anything!
in a whisper. "Yes, Ellen and, he how I could break it off. Then, too, There were sounds of voices in Wife-It's the neighbors, dear;
was frantic about money, the living room as she entered the
her father's a big specialist in Chi- they're always doing somethingwe
his family
felt the only way to save front hall. Mother was talking to can't afford.OUT .
to take his own cago
from poverty was I thereanda
and Petey was
"what someone,
"But Mary interrupted,
his in- ,
life, so that we might I
waited another had her father to do with it?" man.
If only
24 surance.hours' he'd have known it wasn't -.- -' ---- '. '--I It "Well," Chris replied, "when he "Mary!" called her'mother as the OF SORTS ?

necessary to do such a dreadful d heard that lisa and I were engaged, screen door slammed behind her.

thing! My novel's been accepted by !t>< he promised to take me into partner- "Mary, dear, come inl! You havea Here Is Amazing Relief for

Ellen. They're going to ship with him, providing I'd first do guest." Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
magazine, r Vf r* fc? II you think all laxatlvcalCllllt&'il
pay me five thousand dollars for general work in a small town for a She had hoped her mother /. v Pal'J act alike Just try this
all v.getable
serial publication only. Think of it year or so. It was the chance of a wouldn't call her. She had wantedto ffliTtTfc'" '''''"IIFxJ-lZ": So mild thorough refreshing -

-five thousand dollars! And Dad lifetime, of course, and by taking dash upstairs, and write her let sick headaches, Invigorating., bilious spells Dependable, tired feeling relief when from

committed suicide in order to advantage of it, I was saving my- ter to Phil. Grudgingly she turned associated with constipation.Without .box of NR: from your 4J

give his family ten thousand dollars self'' years and years of useless from the stairway, and went towards 11 not delighted Risk return druecistt.the Make box the to us.test=We then will
insurance. plugging." the living room. There, stand- refund the purchase

"Ten He jumped from the car and The sudden introduction of lisa's ing in the doorway, she stared unbelievingly Get price.Nit That'Tablets*today fair, ,

"Yes, Ellen replied bitterly. came toward her. father into the question of this inexplicable at the tall man who had

thousand dollars-only twice as marriage left Mary quiteat risen from his chair when her mother ALWAYS CARRY 1 QUICK RELIEF
!AI IlN6 fAhaY
much" as you'll receive for your novel and go to Chicago to live. Hawkins- sea for a moment. Then, as she called. r ,, FOR ACID

ville, unaccustomed to scandal, cer- began to realize what an importantpart "Phil!" she gasped. "Phil!" And OM.M D\SP111 INDIGESTIONTruth

"And I'm going to sell other tainly did not want them there. Doctor Graceland-and his of- quite oblivious of her mother's andPetey's

rights. I know I shall! And I could've Then, at last, she saw Chris. It wasa fer-had played, her face blazed presence, she ran the lengthof

taken care of the family! The ironyof hot day, the first part of July, and crimson."So the room,and 'flung her arms as Bait

it, Ellen! The tragedy! He gave she was walking down Trilby Lane !" she thought. "This is why about him."Mary Falsehood is never so successfulas

up his life for his family's securityand after a visit to her father's grave, Chris went ahead with the mar- !" laughed Phil, and when she baits her hook with

it was all so needless! when suddenly she heard the soundof riage! Because of her father, lisa stooped to kiss her. "Darling, are truth.

an automobile coming up behind had something to offer, while I had' you really glad to see me?"

CHAPTER XVI her. Without even glancing around, I only-myself. Why, he's nothing but "I've never been so glad to see MINOR SKIN

she stepped to one side of the roadto -an opportunist! What an idiot I 'I anybody in all my life!" Mary cried. AJ

June came and went, but notwithstanding let the car go by. Instead of was not to know at the time that "Oh, Phil, how did you happen to i1V IRRITATIONS"

letters from Anthony passing her, however, it came to a had he been a real person, he'd come?"

stop, and, looking up, she saw Chris- have told lisa he couldn't go on with SNOW-WHITE
Porter, Phil Buchanan, and Aunt "I wanted to see you, you little
Linnie, asking her to return to New topher Cragg.He the thing! And all these months, I've goose!" Phil returned with a grin.

York, Mary remained in Hawkins- jumped from the car and came I thought I loved him!" "Your letters didn't suit me at all. Forced Bravery
toward her. "Mary! How are you? nearing the Cody place be cowards if they
ville. Mr. Porter wrote that he was They were They were too few and far between Many would

quite sure a certain well-known pub- I've been to your house twice, but" now, at the very outskirts of Haw- '-and somehow, I felt you were get- had courage enough.

lishing house would shortly give her I you weren't at home either time. kinsville, and Chris wasp pulling up ting farther and farther away from

a contract for book publication of "I know, Chris. I was sorry to I at the side of the road. "Listen, me."

"Storm on the Mountain," and thatit miss you." Mary," he said, "I'm in love with Mrs. Loring, with a reluctant Pe- A wonderful aid for boils
"Are you going home now? CanI I've always been in love with unnoticed from where a drawing agent Is
would be good business for her to you tey in tow, tiptoed and

be on hand for that, and other thingsto give you a lift?" you, and I want you ,to marry" me, the room. -a I Indicated.comforting.Soothing Fine for children

come. Phil, by; wires and letters, "Yes-I was going home. darling, as soon as I'm free. "But, Phil," Mary protested.HI / and grown-ups.: Prac-

all slightly stilted and businesslike, "Then, come on, my dear. I'll Here it was at last! Chris wanted was going to write you this after: tical. Economical.Overcautious .

expressed his desire to see her back drive you into town." her to be his wife. Chris had asked noon! I know my letters have been

"where she now belonged"; while She glanced at the car. It was her to marry him. She had longedfor -awful. I've-I've been in a dread-

Aunt Linnie said that she was lone- not the disreputable affair in which months to be asked that ques- ful muddle for months, but now, at

some, and longed for Mary to return she had ridden with him last Christ- tion. Yet now that it had come, she last, things are all cleared up!"

to live with her-indefinitely, if mas, but, instead, a shining new felt a strange apathy towards the "I knew your mind was in chaos

she liked. I model of expensive make. "You whole situation.He about something or other, Mary Holding an eel too fast is the

The reason for Aunt Linnie's lone- have a new car, Chris!" was leaning towards her now, dear," he said tenderly, "and I way to let it escape.

liness, aside from the genuine affec- Doctor Cragg smiled sardonically. searching her cool young profile for didn't want to rush you. Yet, dar-

tion she held for her niece was con- "Yes-one little item that was saved his answer. "How about it, Mary?" ling, I was getting terribly impa- miserable with'MALARIA

veyed to Mary in a letter from Le- from the wreck!" he persisted. "You will marry me, tient." 111111, be

lia. It read: Mary looked puzzled. won't you, darling?" Mary looked down; at the worn will

"The wreck of my marriage," he Mary turned and looked at him, pattern of the living room rug. "But
explained flippantly. "It was lisa's feeling as if she were looking at a that confusion's all over now, Phil, and COLDS when

Darling I want: you to be among the very first wedding present to me." stranger; as if, indeed, she had nev- she said, feeling as if a great weight will check MALARIA fast and
to hear-that Jim and I are going to be Bewildered by the hard cynicismin er known this man. "No, Chris, were falling from her shoulders as 6 6 6
married again for. had It not been for She said slowly, and her heart was she spoke the words. gives symptomatic cold relief.
you. I mightn't have known until It was his'voice, she glanced sharply up NOSE DROPS
calm. "No, I can't marry you. Phil his hand under her chin, LIQUID.TABLETS SALVE
too late that he was ill and broke and at him. They were at the side of
that he needed me terribly. I might and he placed his handon "But, Mary! I thought ." and looked searchingly into her
have stayed indefinitely on in Jamaica, the car now, demanded
he ,
but instead as you know we boardedthe her arm to help her get in, but, "That I loved you, too? Well, I eyes. "Well, then, Of Your Own

first ship back to New York and the to her surprise, his touch failed to thought so myself, for a while, butI "how about answering that ques- Have a horse of thine own and
day we landed I motored out to asked eon or so ago?
very terribly mistaken. I realizenow tion I you another's.SHOPPING .
the borrow
had in was
Stamford to see him. affect her as it always thou may'st
for England
that I not only did not love You see, I have to sail
but the casual touchof
He was there in our little house terribly past. It seemed and dearest I wish
ill and depressed, and cared for only any man going through the usual you-but also, Chris, that I never next week, Lice
by Anltau, the houseman; and when I that courtesy demands. Al- really knew you. Let's go back to you'd ,marry me, and go along. a 1 jAntsFleas
opened the door and saw him lying on gesture Chris. I'm anxious to get Mary touched his lean tan cheek
the lounge, thin and pale and discour ways before, such slight contact town, hands. "Darling," s g
of her
aged, I knew that no matter what had with Chris had sent the blood tin- home." I with one AphidsBedbugs
happened in the past, he was my husband The young doctor put one of his she'said softly, "I'll go anywhere in
and that we must be together the gling in her veins, had made her I hands over hers as it lay on her the world with you. I love you, Phil! Crab Lice
rest of our lives. heart beat with a foolish haste. I naetex Potato Bugs
with for last I know I love you!
me At
aren't Worms
We're going to be married next week, He had taken his seat at the wheel lap. "You angry .DO ; Cabbage
with only Linnie and Phil Buchanan as speaking of this," he asked apolo- Phil caught her in his arms, and 3'drn'W'ft. .Il Mex. Beau Beetles
and we're going to live for now, and they were moving down his heart,
witnesses getically, "so soon after your-your holding her firmly against At Your Drug Store
ever in this sweet little house. Jim's Trilby Lane. At last, after all these again would he let her
ill. but the doctors that trouble? as
quite say they together again!
months were
with rest and quiet and proper food, Mary shook her head. "No," she go, bent to kiss her lips.
he will recover in time. I have plentyof Yet, somehow or other, their reunion smile to her lips. [THE END] OThe best placeto
money for us both and, after all, was disappointing; the joy she replied, forcing a start your shopping -
practically everything I possess was giv- had anticipated was not there. She "Not at all., I simply want to get tour is in
by him. The Wheat Germ
en to me favorite easy-
home. Tour
from Chris your :
I've not mentioned my happiness be- felt so separate so- He stared at her for one puzzled The wheat germ is the germ fron chalI,WIth an open
fore, my dear, because I didn't want to outside him, as though she were It is es '
without word, the wheat grows. newspaper.
intrude it on your sorrow. him for the first moment. Then, a
seeing with for the growth of wheat, ana habit of reading the advertise-
Linnie says I've done the most sensible from her. turned on the'ignition, and a sential Make a
thing of my life, but she's just a bit time as a person apart started down the road. adds more nutritive value, superior ments 1-1 this paper every week. They "
violent jerk,
upset over my giving up my New York "I want to tell you, Mary, he !" she and greater flavor and pal can save you time, energy and money.I .
that's over aroma
apartment and "burying" myself in Con said, after they had driven some "Thank God, '
necticut. She's a little lonesome, I think told herself, as, in silence, they sped atability.
distance in silence, "how very sorry
end eager for you to return to New



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I when it struggled to rebuild itself.)!Over I $3,000,000 Paid I owners present at ,the meeting in
Text Of Talk By Congressman i I hope to return to Congress on the March to hold the election. '1"

I same Democratic platform to, whichI To Florida Farmers
have always sworn allegiance, butI WATER TANK PAINTED
Pat Cannon At Wage Hearing i know my people and their needs I '

!I and it is my duty and pleasure to Gainesville, Fla.-Between July 1 A. H. King is at work this week
I!administer to them and I have a 1, 1938 and June 15, 1939, Florida)I applying a new coat of paint to
Statement by Pat Cannon in Clew the territorial confines of the Stat i I disturbing fear that unless my political farmers have received a total of the city water tank. So far no one

i -ton, Florida on June 28, 103! I of Florida, thereby foregoing alright i party and yours, Mr. Chair- $3,000,225 in payments from the has been located who seems at all
at n hearing scheduled and conducted to benefit payments under ourl man, does something through its federal government under the ag- envious of the job. ,
by the Department of Agriculture agricultural law; to, which end I 'proper agents to relieve our people ricultural adjustment- program,. ac u_
relating to the Stiga drafted and introduced a bill under -I| and thousands like / them engaged H. G. Clayton, state AAA I Collier County Is
Act of 1037. I date of March 27, 1939, in i in agriculture, the solidarity 1----------- I
the Congress of the United State: :;of the South as a Democratic people Of this amount he says $272,733
: To
MR. CHAIRMAN: I am here in known as H. R. 5376, a copy of i will be recognized as a historical I II was in 1937 cotton adjustment pay Open Hunting

the interest of my constituents to which said Bill being appended I power in reverse English, rallying I II ,ments, $486,668 in 1937 sugar payments -\

whom I am indebted in loyalty and hereto and made a component par to strange quarters and powers I and $2,240,804 in agricultural all the state
Sportsmen.from over
sympathy. Although all of the sugar of this statement. I j heretofore unknown: them. conservation payments to' 34- flocked Into Collier county the' first

cane grown in the Everglades of: Today we have seen and talked I! Therefore, Mr. Chairman, I here-I\297 farms. This latter figure com- of the week to hunt deer on ,the
Florida is processed in the sugar with a happy and well-contentet I\\by dedicate myself to the pares with $1,363,917 to 24,846farms 390,000 acre game preserve which,
house here in Clewiston which is; citizenry, engaged In a satisfac reclaiming for our people their under the 1937 program.
: has been the Congressional Dis and noble occupation, bette: God-given right and I now-demand
located in tory ;' "These payments were made to ,lative act to kill off the tickinfested -
trict so ably represented by my: be; paid than many of their neighbor: I I that Florida citizens, be permitted farm operators, tenants and share- deer. The special season runs
loved colleague, J. Hardin Peterson, I. in other endeavors. :Many of when Ito! supply the needs of our consuming croppers to assist in carrying out from July 1 to October 31 and in
more than two-thirds of the cant I will be recipients of alms and ob I public and that such right not soil-building practices and to helpbring addition to the regular license fee
is planted, cultivated and harvested jects of charity if this horrible and i be abridged by discriminatory'wage farm income into line with requires a special $5.00 county li-
in the Congressional District which I misguided order which will necessi I rates and peon labor; If Florida prices paid by farmers for the I cense.
I have the honor to represent. Practically tate the plowing under of a non and her battle-scarred and victim- things they buy," Clayton said.
I i
The chance to clean the area
all of the winter vegetable I I surplus crop is enforced. You, Mr ized citizenry can pay the comparatively Outstanding features of the 1937 up and
area affected by the wage rates I, Chariman, representing a, cabine.r high wages disclosed at this I'and 1938 programs in Florida, list- was given first to the sportsmen is
established by those. who engage in I member whose writings and speeches hearing, then all other mainland I Jed by Clayton, have been an increase after this special hunting time State
the culture of sugar cane in the proclaim his desire to help the i'sugar producIng'areas' and likewise' from 31,000 to 50,000 acres over special agents of the

Everglades is within the boundar- II American farmer and farm laborer I!other areas should be compelled so'I I seeded to new pastures, increase Livestock be assigned Sanitary Board to the will area probably to-

ies of my District. It is, therefore, and who" quite correctly stated thai,IIO no. from 26,000 to over 40,000 farmers the deer killin .
fitting that I be here i in answer to ;what "reduces farm production reduces -I I participating in 1938, and still more complete
requests from farmers and businessmen I I I farm employment" can either I THE PSALM OF CONFUSION I in 1939. All 'or parts of 18 coun- One, party of hunters from ,La-
-in this area.I carry out that program, or, it is ties have been mapped by aerial Belle returned home Sunday night
have listened with great inter within your province to nullify it.1---1 photographs. Acreage devoted to and reported plenty of deer in the

est to the testimony that has been To help the farm laborer you car II soil building and soil Improvingcrops area but that the water was deep
given here. Needless to say, it has I and should, in my humble opinion,I The American Farmer. is much larger, and notable 1 and the area hard to reach by car.

been most informative to me and!recommend an order requiring wages (By J. H. Doty) progress has been made In build; __ UUH
I have become more familiar with I in other states to be raised tc II ing terraces on the rolling landsof I I
the problems that face my people. existing levels now maintained in Cornwallace is our shepherd. His northern and western Florida.
What I have learned here today: the Everglades of Florida. To heir) quotas bringeth want. He makethus Clayton says that sugar pay-
has given me even greater pridein i the farmer you can rescind the iniquitous to plow under green pastures.He ments amounting to 752,000 on the
this ,District. In the history of I plow-under order and at giveth Federal Aid when we :1938 crop will be made during the Good FarmLand

the World the United States is an I the same time grant to the self- '' are' gaunt.He next few days, while adjustment
extremely young nation, and in the respecting farmers who have ap, leadeth us beside the rich I. payments of $200,000 on the 1939

history of the nation, South Florida peared before you today the rightto markets; with Imports he gluttethour cotton crop are expected to be
is the youngest section of the II plant, cultivate, harvest and trade. "Thou needest not these I made before fall.Bouganvilla.

country and it is indeed the last market, the products of their ,soil,,I riches," he sez, "for of dust' thou
frontier. These frontiersmen to' that is, sugar, a non-surplus crop art made." Falls At for Rent
whom I have alluded have shown The Sugar Act of 1937 contains:
I He restricteth our soil.
unmatched fortitude, perseverenceand mandatory clauses on both of these
He leadeth us in the path of Administration Bldg
courage of that same kind and conditions. In the first place, the
I I idleness for his quotas sake. He i I
nature which has made this country Sugar Act by sub-paragraph b, of
seeketh not our quick recovery; .
great as a whole. In fact, when Section 301, provides that in de I The beautiful red bouganvilla
he refuseth to take.
due consideration is given to the I termining fair and reasonable wages our plans vine growing at the right side oi;
man-made obstacles heaped upon the Secretary "shall take intc He purgeth his party of all horse- the main entrance to the Admin
and added to the natural obstacles, consideration-the differences ir sense. He maketh offshore fat ,at istration Building was uprooted TrespassersWill

the; courage, perseverence and for- conditions among various producing our expense. His little angels flap '[during a high wind sometime during -
titude of the pioneers is more sen- areas." It is interesting to note the their wings in glee; (Mobile, Ala., the Fourth of July holidays anc Be

sational. Wihen those who have Act does not provide for differences, hearing) Mobilizing quotas for I[when sugar'corporation employees;

blazed the agricultural trails of I within an area. When Congress desired farmers oversea. returned to work Wednesday, morn ProsecutedClewiston

South Florida, through the cultivation ; to permit differences within He consineth little pigs to their .ing they found it almost blocking
and creation of increased an area it was very careful to refer -I heavenly father; what we pay for i the entrance.

markets, for pineapples, saw their to "farming community". It 'is (pork, he has, no time to bother. He ,The heavy foiliage, was believed 1Jr -
government present such means of thus clear that. Congress intendedto I prayeth to Nature, "mate not, be I responsible to a great extent for I
livelihood to the people of Cuba eliminate wage differentialsnithin : 'still while I break these farmersto the giving away of the lattice work
this action on the. part of their own I an area. That Congress desires obey my will." I on which it was growing so work
government in placing ahead of the to eliminate wage differentials:
He leadeth us beside the for- men Wednesday carefully pruned
needs of its own citizens those of I as it did in the Sugar Act of 1937is eign waters. I it, replacing the trellis and replanted And
a foreign country, only momentarily amply supported, not only by its the shrub. Other similar plant; Realty
boats unloadingsugar
discouraged these great pioneers.It .I legislative action but also by debate He showeth us also .
and grain. around the building were pruned
simply moved them to create I an the subject In the enactment of vegetables to prevent another one having DevelopmentCorporation
anew an opportunity of which their I the Wage and Hours Law. In the He telleth us In words discreet, the same sort of accident.
government deprived them so second place, Congress authorized "with these' imports thou shalt not
wrongfully. After the pineapple in- the Secretary of Agriculture, by compete; lest to foreign neighborswe
dustry had faded into oblivion these paragraph A of Section 205, of the give pain. Drainage District
same pioneers turned to production Sugar Act of 1937, to allot quotas Sayeth he, "thou shalt take it
of winter grown vegetables to I "in such manner and in such amounts and like it or with quotas I will I Meeting Is Held

supply the northern markets with I as to provide a fair, efficient hike it; and thou and thy child-
these health giving products when and equitable distribution of such ren shalt surely die." He sticks in I
that section bitter cold and I "out OUR plumb The board of supervisors of the
was quotas or pro-ration thereof by' taking his thumb; pulls District met ROOM FOR RENT
covered with snow and ice. And at into considerationthe ability and sez "what a big guy am I." I Everglades Drainage
the same time began to study the ****to market. "Ability to mar Little farmers he condemneth to I this week in Miami for the purpose

production of sugar, a non-surplus I ket." Ability to market an agricultural -i death. For the big farmer, a bribe 10f approving plans submitted District b)' Furnished, large, cool
crop, and once, and in fact twice product is entirely dependent he suggests. "For them who takethmy the South Shore Drainage
I for these sub
more, the people of my district were I upon ability to produce such commodity -I bribes," he brays, "rich bless- as required by approvedA room ,with twin beds,
districts. The plans were
treated in the of the of
manner all three
pro- and no area or: portion of ings shall flow from for the
verbial step-children, about whom has shown ability near A's." board of supervisors
area an 'I my bath phone.
: private
also as ,
I district
we learned in fairy tales. Their the American
qual to the ability of the Ever Blessed are we,-
means of livelihood was taken from glades.; The Secretary is required,,,I Farmer who was sold'-to glorify W.I. I. Tatum, R.due Y.to Creech the fact and thaw Phone 53
them only to be given to others I jf course, to be fair. That means,,'I the foreigner with our raiments of of land
there was not a 'quorum
having claim thereto, throughthe I
no I[ believe, fair to the consumer as ,
foolish benevolences of our Dell as the producer and no area. gold.Blessed is he whose name we
\ I
government. ar portion of area has shown its:,extol; for in heaven he arrangeth
Because South Florida loomedas I possibility? to produce the sugar at: rewards for all. Bow not thy head,I

a serious competitor of the low- low unit cost with high wages approaching poor farmer in grief; for in idle-
wage, high-cost foreign country and ) the ability of the Everglades ness he, provideth us Work Relief. \40 f .
other off-shore sugar producingareas ; fairness to the consumei Yea; though we walk in the rich' I oiR oFO
restrictions, and limitationswere demands that the Everglades bi;, valleys of cool shadows, and fine
invoked that prohibited Flor- given an ever increasing portion oi:' growing sun; we ,are permitted no rlcp LLyo
ida from filling her own sugar the American sugar market. The abundance, for not yet Is he done. y a 4e mw

bowl. While at the same time guar- use of the word "efficient" was As presents to our friendly enemies -

anteeing such areas referred to all I deliberate on the part of Co'ugress, he preparest our tables. Our 1(5'( \
of their own markets and more. The Everglades has proven that II' Constitution he treateth not as
than two-thirds of our home mark- is the most efficient place to grow fact; but seemeth, as fables.
ets, including the market almost sugar for the American market. He preparest our quotas with- ,
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within walking distance of the Flor- The word "equitable" has a very out our consent. He treateth farm l ell 1
ida cane fields. By this vicious action definite meaning and to so miscon- labor with deepest Contempt.He .

the Federal government de- strue the Sugar Act of 1937 as to leadeth us the Hull way to 1ito oblivionWith
nied the people of my state, the result in the iniquitous treatmentnow entanglement; our foreign neigh-
most efficient and lowest cost pro- accorded the Everglades is an bors beating his game. The duty-
ducers, the right to earn their liv- outrage on the citizens of this less imports he shows us, stinkingof Our Direct-Reduction Home
ing supplying the sugar needs of country. economic >shame.
themselves and their immediate I Within the limits of the Sugar "Behold!" sez he, "our goodneighbor's Loan Plan, each monthly payment

neighbors. Act of 1937, the Secretary of Ag- gain." "We Americanslive last cancels a portion of the loan. That
Having presented our foreign cou-; riculture has both the authority full, and have not lived In "' 1 aN ': interest
sins with our pineapple industry,'I and the instructions to equalize vain." .Co',0.,..CE; "..,>4 part is ,'''one-- you pay no I

millions of dollars of our citizens' wages in the mainland cane sugar I By all that's holey, screwy, cock- \O'\Mo' ,\-\b0\\ on itand you are that much near-

money, and the largest portion of II area arid to grant the appeals of ,the eyed and inane; we sing to the debt-free home ownership. Ask
our sugar market, the State Department farmers of the Everglades to support praises of Cornwallace's name. RtO DU er
without further ado then themselves in the productionof He anointest our production with "; : and you shall receive

perpetrated another economic injus- a non-surplus crop for the Am- tax. Then sayeth he; "fill thou not 1 _. about our home loan. plan.I .
tice against us by giving to our erican Market.. By historic right, so many sacks. news
foreign cousins our winter fruit tradition and precedent, the American With bribes he filleth our belly; I
and vegetable ,right of production market belongs to the' American' our spirit, he turneth to jelly. WE
and market, and today many of producer and I now insist, Mr. payeth ourselves bribes, with OUR
our farmers ruined: by the unfair Chairman, that the American pea tax HE prescribes, then payeth fora Federal Savings
trade treaty with Cuba, are plead- ple are demanding their rights and system less smelly. Clewiston
ing for the opportunity to grow intend to regain them.I Blessed is this trend, 'as the farmer .
sugar, a non-surplus crop, for the am and always have been a he bends. Leadeth it to recoveryor
:American market, and are demanding member of the Democratic party.J mere political glory?, and Loan AssociationI'AGE ,

that they' at least be given the I have been a member of that party Our Cup of Cpnfuslou! l F9nne4119Yer I

right o' Bell their product within not only while It was in power, but roo .. -.