The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00743
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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 14, 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: UF00028415:00743
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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A'OLUME" 13, NUMBER 32 iii___-_ -


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of elghty-nln R. Bitting '. 'j Engineers has announced that
The construction By Clarence : .l. a
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structures in the Townsite .. .. .. ; public hearing will be conducted at
last week] : ;\ .; :: <. \ the school house In Clewiston
tion Village was begun .. on
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by the United States Sugar Corpora > 'Wednesday, July 26, at ten o'clock .
tion under the supervision of thei >... Philippine Sugar Costs relative to further improvements

carpenter foreman Fred Henrick in the Caloosahatchee River and
V sen, and scores of carpenters have Lake[ Okeechobee drainage and

moved Into Clewiston this week to flood control projects.

assist in this work. ;., Wherein lies the justification of the offshore areas supplying 70 The House Committee on Rivers

When complete, this village wil ) per cent of the continental sugar requirements when it is a known fact md Harbors adopted on January
United States is dependent -
which continental
that these offshore areas, upon
plantation vii J4 a resolution requesting
be the most modern and could not a review -
because of her restricted quota, are
lage of the many owned by the cor 'of labor? of previous reports on these
of the tariff and the exploitation
possibly exist except by reason ,
poratlon. It is located closest to supplies about 16 percent of projects and this hearing is being
\ And yet, one of these, the Philippines
Clewiston of any of the villages:!. our sugar market despite the fact that these islands are a high-cost sugar held to provide data for an en-

just west of the new Western Division producer. Yet this uneconomic sugar producer, by insistence upon quota I gineer's' report on whether or not

hospital and will house hundreds I control of sugar production is protecting herself against the ,competition the existing project should be modified -

,r of cane cutlers and their I offered by such a low-cost, high wage, producer as the United- States of # In any way at the present

families in coming seasons. which the state of Florida, is a primary exponent. ime. A survey of the proposed

to be built will Wherein lies the justification, when a low-cost producer like Florida, waterway has been partially completed -
The double houses,,, ., '/' paying a high wage to its laborer and thus furnishing him an opportunityfor and further data will be secured -
include thirty-four with the high-cost pro- '
excellent standard of living, is compared
an : at the hearing for a final'eport
I messhall, com-
houses, a ,
five single ducer who pays the low wage of the Philippines? on the improvement.All .
five-room commissary man- economic sugar pro- ,
missary, The Philippines admits incompetency as an

ager's home, a combination recrea- ducer, that she cannot afford to pay decent wages to sugar workers, and interested parties are invited

tion hall, school and church, a yet she is allowed and guaranteed the monopolistic right to 16 per'cent to be present or to be represented

tractor shed, bathhouses, toilets, of the continental sugar. market. Florida has proved that she is an at the hearing, particularly naviga-

wash sheds, camp kitchens, loading efficient, economic, low-cost sugar producing area. In view of these facts, ion, drainage and irrigation, and

ramps and many others. is it not, ironical that Florida is prohibited by law from expanding its other interests, and the officialsf

The largest structure will be the production and from filling her own sugar-bowl of by herself being and restricted her fellow to > any county, city, town or local

recreation hall which is thirty byseventyeight less than 1 per; cent of the sugar requirements ssociation whose interests may be

Americans? ffected by further improvement by
feet. The where is "the proof of the pudding"?
You ask-
the Federal Government. They wille
Is thirty by seventy-two and the j The American Chamber:" of Commerce in the Philippines openly admitted -

messhall twenty by .sixty-four. The in its "Journal" for March 1932 that sugar in the Philippinescould given an opportunity to express

double houses are each 22 feet by not be produced as cheaply as in Cuba and that the cost of production heir views upon the necessity for

33 feet and the singles '20, feet by was double that of Cuba. If such statement is true, why are the additional works and to suggest

24 feet. The double houses have a Philippines allowed such a large proportion,, of the sugar quota when measures considered desirable in 1

partition through the center divid- such high cost of production, payment of low wages and an extremelylow the interests of navigation, flood
the Philippines' inefficiency in the, produc- ontrol and drainage,
ing them into two three-room apart- standard of living proves irrigation
ments and the singles have' three tion 'of such a vital necessity as SUGAR? The sugar barons are municipal water supply and Everglades -

employees in order to make excessive profits. fires. Interested parties are
will be
The due
rooms. economic situation,
We find further proof of the dire Philippine
asbestos-cement shingle and the production, in the ,Annual Reports of the Governor ( invited to suggest the improvements
the high cost of sugar
be of metal. Pile foun- to that had so esired and extent of their cooper-
will sugar
roofs General when in 1932, he stated in such reports
dations will be treated against termites f displaced other' crops that it was necessary for the. Islands to even import tion. Especially are they invited
of ,impending.economic danger causedby t 3 submit data on the economic
; rice. He gives further indication
when he states, "There enefits to be derived from the
Several homes were built in this giving over too much land to sugar production
and the added necessity for limitation of production, as it 1 npiovement which may justify
village last season : ., seems to be an imperative
: Even with free trade .- by the, Federal --
industry irther improvement
r, facilities are expected to be available would be folly to expand ,our sugar ;"""r
; :' able'to export all this sugar : Therefore, it would seed'- al 1 government. These 'data should
of the .
beginning new maillot"be
by the .' : :i.: : reducing the hec-
harvest season. ,I ,'. 'to be the part of wisdom to limit production, even by of crops". iclude freight and passengers
in and devoting part of the land to diversification hich be received or shippedver
In addition to this work the corporation tarage cane and because of this, the may '
now has under construction All the good land in the Philippines is in sugar situation which the proposed improvement;
indeed, a
I' forty new laborers' homes in areas cannot produce their own food supplies. commercial fishing of all kinds, in-:
standard of living.In
the Azucar village in the Eastern creates an view of the foregoing, is it not perfectly obvious that the Phil- uding quantities caught per annum -

I Division very similar to those being quota had best be reduced and that by limitation of this entrance number of boats engaged, and
All of ippine, diversified agriculturemore the draft of same; and the use ofthe
built in the Townsite village. into the continental market, force them to a more '
the homes In the Azucar village in keeping with their' soils and climate? waterway for health and recrea-

have been completely renovated On May 28, 1936, Honorable Quintin Paredes, Resident Commissioner tional activities, including number

son and construction of the new of the Philippine Islands stated that they were not seeking and never of.f boats and yachts engaged Inthis

since the close of the harvest sea- had sought, to take anything away from the cane growers of the United activity, draft of the boats,'

Eastern Division( Hospital, almost <. States; that they had no conflict with the domestic continental between sugar umber of boat trips made per

identical to the Western Division producer, because the production of sugar is not He' further a controversy stated that the mum, and the number of passen- -.-

hospital here, will be started at Philippine producers and American producers.Philippines and the United States (Continued on Page 8)
establishment, free trade between the
of the Islands,
once. of the economic resources
had resulted in the development '
--1 their' standard of living and had meant prosperity for them.
had improved
desires only to share in such part MARKETTO
Thus it is apparent that the Filipino ABELLE
market that the American producer, operating on an
D.C.KILLED ARNETTE IS of the American the
admission, are
unrestricted basis cannot supply. Why then, on

Philippines allowed 1C per ,cent of the sugar requirements while' Floridais BE FORMALLYOPENED

NEAR HERE less than 1 per cent.
allotted '
the -
;, continental sugar supplies were exhausted,.
At times when .
for a prime necessity of
housewife had to pay a much higher price AUGUST
for Philippine sugar is spent by the
BOLT The money we spend )
BY LIGHTNING life-Sugar.
is not reciprocal -
. <: Filipinos with others. You perhaps wonder why such ..'
conditions -
: The answer lies in the low wages and deplorable living LaBelle, July 13.A free barbecue b
Philippines. Such circumstances practically
labor in
Donald C. Arnette, 52, was for agricultural possible customers for American necessi- and dance sponsored by the
eliminate the Filipinos as Chamber of Commerce ,
2:30 County
struck by lightning about p of life. endry

m. Monday: while working in a potato : ties The and Philippines comforts admits that she cannot produce sugar at as low a will feature opening of the

i field just across the canal : Cuba-Cuba admits that she 'cannot produce sugar at costs as ', restock division .of LaBelle's new
cost as
1 from the Atlantic Coast Line low as those of the Everglades. Is not the answer perfectly simple-THE State livestock and produce market

freight depot in Clewiston. Death AMERICAN MARKET FOR THE AMERICAN PRODUCER. 'ednesday, August 2, on the market -
i '
i followed In a few minutes, the Injured I grounds. J. C. Jackman will become -

man never regaining consciousness the first manager and will

I after 'the shock. Work- serve for a term of one year.

ing in the field with Mr. Arnette t William L. Wilson, director of

were his son, D. C. jr., and Bobbie rmers' state markets, and L. H.'

Maynard, and a negro farm hand: .I Lewis; marketing specialist of the

felt the shock but state marketing bureau, both of:
All the others ---- J

none were injured. butcher Farm Debt Board ,4.10 Inches Of Jacksonville,to met formulate here with plans local and
Walter Christian, a Beardsley Is SpeakerAt J committees

engaged in slaughtering a beef I Here work out details for the openingand
near Bare Beach was struck by Kiwanis MeetingJ. Is ReappointedBy Rain future operation of the project.
lightning at approximately the I\VJ, Officers of the state departmentof

same time, the knife ,was knocked Governor Cone the fact that on agriculture and officials prominent -
from his hand and he was stunnedby rail I I in the various departmentsof
E. Beardsley made a splendidtalk I days during the past 'week no issued
the shock but recovered in a before the Kiwanis Club at was recorded here, a total of '4.10 state government are being
minutes.Mr. of all members of the special invitations to be on
few the regular meeting Wednesday Reappointment inches fell during the week,
Arnette, who had lived at evening at the Inn concerning the the Hendry County Farm Debt Adjustment heaviest fall being on Monday, 1.7 hand and will be featured as speakers. -

Torrey Island most of the time independent sugar cane grower of committee for the fiscal inches. Tuesday and Thursday went An elaborate program is being

for the past ten years, was a farmer the Everglades.Mr. year ending June 30, 1940! was by" without rain. i t arranged which will include talks

but for the past seven monthshe Beardsley is one of the I announced today by Governor Fred An excess is, shown for this much: I on general marketing: Okeechobee,
had been employed as a fire- P. Cone at Tallahassee. Members of 3.99 inches but a deficiency Market managers of

man by the Holloway Construction .comparatively few independent Flor- of the committee are: W. T. Maddox of July still exists from the first of, Kissimmee and Arcadia have offer
in the I
of cane
Company. He was supervising the growers sugar LaBelle; Paul O'Bannon, La of 4.32 inches. The maxi-ed their services together with thoseof
his '
harvesting crop the year
ida Everglades LaBello
planting of a field of sweet potatoes under Belle; W. T. Hull, LaBellc. I temperature for the week) wat their staffs in getting
and selling it, mum
last season sale. County
time of his fatal in iscnonected started on the first
at the Hen lr County committee Monday but the aver-
Sugar The ) on
contract, to the United States 94 degrees estimatesthat
with the State Farm Debt maximum has been well' undc Agent Grover C. Hodgfe
jury.Mr. Corporation.The age head of
Arnette was born at Carters- commission which serves between 800 and 1,000
Adjustment degrees.As
ville, near St. Augustine Fla., and speaker outlined the ad- in an advisory capacity to the ninety usual when heavy 'rains occur cattle will be assembled for the

served in the American army over- vantages to the smaller farmers if I Farm Security Administration in the mosquitoes' have been par- auction.C. .
War he restrictions are removed so' that all I House, local WPA super-
seas during the World ; the federal agency's program for ticularly annoying during 'the past C.
was a corporal in the infantry. lie who wish may plant at least a portion voluntary adjustment of excessive week and the city has taken stepsto visor in charge of market construction -

is survived by his wife, Mrs. Vivian of their acreage to sugar cane. agricultural indebctcdncss. control the pests by pouring oil has his crew at work
r C. Jr.,, He gave figures and data from his I fences and the arena and
Arnette, two children, In all the ditches and other spots creosoting,
J members
commission reap-
that 8)
14, hit own experience and (Continued on Page
aged 12, and Monttne, aged (Continued on ,Page 8)
(Continued on page 8) (Continued on Page 8) (Continued on Page 8), I



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Whatever Else Might Be
Said-He Was an OptimistThe FARM .

fight was between two When 1 wt-s yovng I

heavyweights, Puncher Smith and TOPICSSLEEPING used[ to think
Killer Jones. In the first round,
Try Td be rick tJ-sdl
Puncher hit the floor hard five ?.t

times, and just before the bell grefctfc.net: saintly ,

went down for a full count. SICKNESS but lately Iresconstr'.irkedt
rushed to the
The was
mike where he said a few modest PRECAUTION URGED to toy,

words. By this time Puncher had Ive Felt some ss m ldcvbt

come to, and staggered to his stirring
feet. The announcer coaxed himto Two Doses Immunize Horses
a few words. F Faintly.R'i
say For 8 Months.
Puncher tried to keep his knees ti
from collapsing. He heard sounds

like the chirping of thousands of Horses treated with two doses of

birds. Then he said to ,the mike: chick'embryo vaccine to prevent

"Ladies and gentlemen-this is sleeping sickness are immune to the

the greatest fight of my career- disease.for a period of at least eight
and may the best man win!" t months, it is indicated by immu-

nity tests being conducted by the WNU Service.

f division of animal pathology and hygiene -

COUNT THE EXTRA ; college of agriculture, Uni-
versity of Illinois. uncle Pled

i SMOKES it-),, M Further tests on immunity will be y2czyi
conducted at the agricultural college R

to keep veterinarians and live

CAMELSvBy stock owners informed with refer- : .
I .
ence to the period of immunity established -

by the vaccine.In .
t the meantime, it is suggested With Taxes What They Are:
:, that all good horses be immunized The meek do not ask to, and we

I immediately with two doses of chick wonder if they want to, inherit the
I :
embryo vaccine to avoid losses earth.

which were reported in 85 different Dominating: personalities are

f counties last year. .those who started out to have their

Horses that had the disease and own way and kept it up.

t.. .t. recovered last year and,horses that One has won a great battle when

Z" : were vaccinated should be revac- he has learned not to be unhappy
[': '" cinated it is recommended by staff when alone.

members of the division of animal

burning 25%slower than f: > : pathology and hygiene.It No Longer One of Us

the average of the 15 otherof i: is hoped that tests under way Those who get a holiday when-

.,' ....... ....-... '" ..............+aS- ... / .I"'''%:''>'::' at the college of agriculture will determine ever they like, generally dislike
the largest-selling brands if horses are immune longer the legal ones.

tested- slower than any of I KEEP COOL WITH REFRIGERATOR MEALSSee than eight months. Far too many thought-provoking
Recipes Below. Suspicious clinical cases. of sleep- discussions turn out to be merely
them-CAMELS give smok ing sickness in horses have been !
before dinner in this provoking.
Refrigerator MealsIt's cook same reported from different sections of
\ ers the equivalent of. water. For variety, sprinkle finely the state. However, tests of mate- Dying 'in poverty is no harder
be- than dying in riches it's living ia
chopped garden over peas ;
a smart stunt to get meal rials submitted to the laboratory of
fore serving. poverty that's hard on a man.There's .
preparation out of the way in the animal pathology and hygiene haveas
cool of the morning. Knowing that Minted Pear Salad. yet failed to yield the virus of

dinner's ready ands 1 package mint-flavored gelatin the disease.

$ ::1 c practically waiting 1 cup. boiling water Good Reason
: a
.1 to be served 1 cup cold water Mulching CommendableFor
helps yOU to look Vi teaspoon salt You're Constipated!
and feel cool, 5 or 6 pear halves (canned) Soil ConservationIn

!< calm and collected Lettuce order to its When there's something wrong
PAC and it leaves Salad dressing. preserve strength, with you, the first rule Is: get at
PER soil must be protected with some the cause If you are constipated,
you free for "vacationing" duringthe Dissolve gelatin in boiling water, kind of covering to prevent rains don't endure it first and cure it
hot hours of the day. add cold water and salt. Let standin from washing the finer parti- afterward.Find out what's giving
refrigerator until cool. Dip away you the trouble.
Here's a menu that can be pre- pear cles. In ,the opinion of Russell E.
mixture and Chances are it's simple if you
halves in cold
pared in the morning, almost downto Underwood, extension soil conserva- eat the super-refined foods most
the last sprig of parsley, so thatit arrange in ring mold. Place in refrigerator tionist at the New 'Jersey college of people do: meat, white bread,
until set, and fill the mold potatoes. It's likely you don't get
will be ready to serve at the appointed -
agriculture,Rutgers university, the "
enough"bulk. AncT'bulk"doesn'tmean
with the cooled gelatin mixture.
dinner hour with only a little use of mulch is valuable thisre- a lot of food.It's a kind of
,additional work.Pineapple Chill until firm. Serve on large plat- spect, especially where specializedcrops food that isn't consumed in the
Loaf ter with a small bowl of salad dress- body, but leaves a soft "bulky"mass
Upside Down prohibit the of soil-con-
ing and lettuce for garnish. use I in the intestines and helpsa
Tomatoes Stuffed With Macaroni serving rotations. bowel movement.If .
a .Buttered Fresh Peas Strawberry Fluff. "When specialized crops are this is your trouble, you

..dGIM Minted Pear Salad And for dessert, combine whipped grown on sloping land and clean should ducing eat food-such a natural a"bulk"one as pro-the

Hot Biscuits cream, sliced strawberries and cultivation is practiced to control crunchy, toasted, ready-to-eat
Fluff marshmallows cut in quarters. weeds and check evaporation of soil] cereal-Kellogg's All-Bran. All-
Strawberry Place in sherbets and chill for"sev- moisture, the soil is exposed and Bran is the ounce of preventionthat's ,
worth of
Biscuits. a pound emer-
(Makes'12-14 Biscuits). eral hours or overnight.Get very vulnerable to dashing rains," gency relief. Eat it every day
Mr. Underwood explains. drink plenty of water, and "Join
2 cups flour Your Copy of This New Book. "Mulch should be in the Regulars." All-Bran is made
applied strips
4 teaspoons baking powder Just imagine being able to turn to by Kellogg's in Battle Creek.
across the slope so as to cover from
% teaspoon salt little book for the
a helpful answersto
one-half to two-thirds of the land
Q J/L cup shortening puzzling questions about home-
area. This"applies to mulch grownon
% cup milk making. Tips on how to save work Cause and Effect
available adjacent land. Fre-
Sift dry ingredients together and while ironing, how to remove old Every effect doth after a sort
quently, however, the mulch crop
cut in shortening. Add liquid slow- paint and varnish from furniture, could be grown and not harvested contain, at leastwise resemble,

ly. Turn dough onto lightly floured what to do when your net curtains but allowed to remain on the land the cause from which it proceed-

board, pat toinch thickness, and tear and the budget just won't per- for protection against erosion. Oats, eth.-Hooker.
cut in rounds. Place on greased mit a new pair, the answers to these
and sudan in
barley planted
cookie sheet. Brush biscuits with and many other questions will be grass
late will make fairly good
melted butter and store in refrig- found in Eleanor Howe's useful little summer MEDICATED PROTECTIONAGAINST
.a erator until 20 minutes before din- book "Household Hints." Send 10 growth before being killed by'win-. CHAFE IRRITATIONS
freezes. Such material offers heat rashes
ter Relieves prickly
ner. Bake in hot oven (450 degrees) cents in coin to Eleanor Howe, 919 bij soothing-cools
for 15-20 minutes. N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill., good protection against winter ero- MEXICAN Hk POWDER
sion and has the advantage of being
big news in cigarettes Pineapple Upside Down Ham Loaf. and get your copy of 'HouseholdHints"
TODAY'S anchored to the soil so that it is not
smoking pleasure and Sliced pineapple now.Released Cowardly SurrenderHe
( by Western Newspaper Union) washed or away.
more of it for SMOKERS! Read the Whole cloves who refuses what is just,
results of scientific 1% pounds ham (ground) everything to him whois
laboratory gives
tests on up
Little Niceties
SA pound veal (ground. ) Nature Toes the MarkIn armed.-Lucan.
16 of the largest-selling brands:
1 green pepper Cheerful Guest Room Control LaboratoryNight
(minced) % cup
CAMELS were found to contain
1 1 cup rice, (cook- Summer guests will appreciate a or day, sunlight or dark- be miserable with
MORE TOBACCO BY WEIGHT ed) cheerful guest room-one that, has ness, temperature control within a
than the average for the 15 other of 2 tablespoons on- its own style furniture and not just fraction of a degree, and plantlifethat W H Y MALARIACOLDS
the largest-selling brands. miscellaneous discarded pieces. Es-
ion (minced) can be "put to work or put to and when
% teaspoon sential as the bed itself are a chestof bed at will," all are under the con-
2 CAMELS BURNED SLOWER per pep- drawers for odds and ends, a trol of scientists in a specially-de- C C will check MALARIA fast and

THAN ANY OTHER BRAND 1 teaspoon salt smart vanity for the feminine visitor signed chamber at the New York 0 0 6 gives symptomatic cold relief.
TESTED 25% SLOWER THAN and a bedside lamp and table.A state college of agriculture.The .
1 beaten
THE AVERAGE TIME OF THE 15 % cup chili sauce or catsup chaise longue and some good exactness of control is prob-

OTHER OF THE LARGEST SELL % cup water books and magazines will help take ably the greatest, yet achieved in

ING BRANDS! By burning 25% Dot several slices of pineapple I care of those in between moments. any laboratory, and the aim is to Duty NearbyThe

slower, on the average Camels give with whole cloves. Arrange in the Most important,of all, for comfort's unravel the mystery of plant "vigor path of duty is near at

smokers the equivalent of 5 EXTRA bottom of a loaf pan. sake, are a good mattress and a ," the quality that makes any one hand; men seek it in what is re-

SMOKES PER PACK! Combine meat, green pepper, good spring. stock superior to others, either in mote.-Japanese.

rice, onion and seasonings. Add yield, disease-resistance, or in other
In the same tests,CAMELS HELD Logs for the Apartment ways.
3 chili
egg, sauce (or catsup) wa
THEIR ASH FAR LONGER than ter. Shape info loaf, and bake at There are now fireplace logs suit- In plant breeding, it is known that bloodshot
ed to the apartment dweller. They
the when two inbred or purebred strainsare
average for the other brands. 375 degrees for one hour. Turn out
onto platter. Serve hot or cold. compressed under great pres- crossed, the result (a hybrid) relieved in one day byLeonardos
Camels smoke cooler! Costlier tobaccos sure out of sawdust and shavings so may be astonishingly better than the Golden Eye Lotion.
delicate in Tomatoes Stuffed With Macaroni. that each log is bone dry, clean, parent stock. This is referred to as No other eye remedy in the
,taste and fragrance.That's and
Remove the centers from the desired world as cooling, healing
uniform in size (4 by 12% inches) "
"hybrid vigor. Why and how this
smoking pleasure at its bestCamel's number of tomatoes and fill strengthening for weak eyes.
and has no splinters. There is almost -
happens are subjects of study by
added bonus.America likes a with cooked and LEONARDI'S
storage problem each
no as
plant physiologists.
shrewd buy..America favors Camels! seasoned macaroni GOLDEN
log burns for four hours, and a MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG
topping with month's supply can easily fit into Farm Hal Large Sire with Dropper 50 cents
slices of cheese, the closet along with the umbrellaand 8.B.Leonard O Co.Inc.,New Rochelle,N.T.
or better yet, if galoshes. These logs give off a

CAMElS the refrigerator colored flame-blue, orange, purpleor of the best ways to cut the
divulges some green-very much like fires made cost of growing heifers is to provide WNU-7 28-39
-- freshly kept, left- from driftwood. improved pastures.

cheese, this may be used in- Dining Bay Excludes FliesIf Records kept by dairy herd improvement mODERniZEWhether
stead with'a
buttered crumb top- want to eat outdoors in associations increase the
FOR PENNY you you're planning a PartYor
YOUR ping. Chill until dinner time then
warm weather, but the flies make sales value of good grade and pure- remodeling room you should
BEST CIGARETTE BUY,! bake in a hot oven (400 degrees) the meal nuisance, how about add- bred animals. follow the advertisements...to learn
,for about ..
20 minutes. a what's new...and cheaper. and
ing a bay to living or dining
your better. And the place to find out
Buttered Fresh Peas. room? You can sit with windows on Horses of good draft type, fine about new things is right here in
These, AdvertisementsGive Simply place the shelled peas in practically three sides of you, but quality and energetic, kindly dispo- this newspaper. Its columns are

You' Values a saucepan, partially filled with wa- by screening them, banish the an- sitions do the most work, endure which filled with should important read regularly.I messages.
ter. Set in refrigerator, then just noying and unsanitary little insects. heat well, and sell for:highest prices. you




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Sponge Fishing ; UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL ASK MEA Quiz With AnswersOffering

Big Tropical Industry Revived SUNDAY g ANOTHER r on Various Information Subjects

[Lesson .

.n r/ nq+ ro:r:; MYmsr'' 't rr r !n?:mst fi LUND
s Q By HAROLD U UIST. D. D. The Questions The Answers
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
of Chicago. 1. Why is the speaker of the I I 1. The name was borrowed from
Released by Western! Newspaper Union.)
house of representatives so called? British parliament. '

2. What country is the Land of 2. Scotland is so called from its
Lesson for July If- 16- Cakes? oatmeal cakes.

: w. ., 3. How big a trunk did the Char- 3. Nearly seven feet in diam-
ter oak have? eter. It was in Hartford, Conn.,
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
iL4 'M and copyrighted by International 4. What is the oldest parliamentin and blew down in 1856. Its age
Council of Religious Education: used by
; permission. the world? was computed to be nearly 1,000
5. Is there a word,descriptive of
4. The Althing of Iceland is the
the of
feeling annoyance one has
parliamentary assembly,
in a noisy place?
having celebrated its 1,000th an-
LESSON lEXl-1 Kings 1215. 1217. 20. 6. About how much of the niversary in 1930.
GOLDEN TEXT-A man's pride shall world's habitable land surface 5.The word is 1 s"acousia.
bring him low.-Proverbs 29:23. does the.British. empire cover? 6. About one-f urth.

k I "He did evil because he preparednot

his heart to seek the Lord"- Chintz-Covered Lamp

1 this is the divine epitome of the Shades, You Can MakeBy GIVE CANNY
1I, life of Rehoboam as given in II WE
I Chronicles 12:14. CANNERS
Life 'is full of choices, and the SAFEST
decisions we make determine our rEAR MRS. SPEARS:, I havea TIGHTEST

.. ,. .. .. destiny both in this life and in the pair of lamps for my MOST ECONOMICAL
J ,
= :iwvcn.y eeoa.'t + ? zv':3 .5. dressing'table and I would like
Yr ; to
life to Since the issuesof
come. great CAN SUyPEKoEDGE
;:: THEY
l-N M1D-JVLY begins t our life may hinge on the simplest use some'of my curtain materialto SEAL

I annual take be- of choices, it is obvious that cover plain shades. Can you
sponge tell how this is done "
need me ? C. H.
we guidance at every point
tween coasts of Miami, and in moment of life. The Here is a method that is shown
I Fla., and Nassau, of the a a1I counsel. of men, the right. impulses for a living room lamp in Book 1.

Bahama islands group, which are bornof good breeding, Use top and bottom rings from old

from which comes most of the light of knowledge-all these lamp shade. A cardboard founda-

the sponges used in V. S. may help us to make right choices. tion is cut to fit these, and the

( ) homes, bath rooms and But since there is only One who chintz or other fabric is pasted to

gasoline stations. The has all the knowledge, who can see the edge of this.

above picturesque view the end from the beginning, who has The AB line in the pattern dia-

shows the sponge fleet at I IJ all the power to make His decisions gram is as long as the diameterof
the bottom ring. The dotted
anchor off the British effective, it is obviously folly of the
highest degree to do without His vertical line is approximately as
colonial quay at Nassau. holy guidance.The long as the depth of the shade. "

Sponges are"tahen from picture before us is astonish. OLIP wc.wuua ST IIJROYAL'sx"
dinghys which put out 0 t
ingly up-to-date. People were cry-
from the sloops when a ing for relief from'tax burdens. One V \ ;

bed ,is sighted. Fishermencarry group of leaders counseled moderation -I

glass-bottomed buckets ; another group said in effect,

and spears. Others tax them all you can and keep on B

(right) pick by hand. spending. The king, who ,in a mon- C'J .PATTERN 70GIJ
archy had the final decree in his FIT RINGS--w

J'pbY Y FI f$ power, replied to the plea of ,the
9fEy" people with the 900 B. C. equivalentof SHORT YARN CARD 804RD
our modern slang expression, STITCHES ( CHINTZ
"Oh, yeah?" and the ten tribes FOLDED .
a.fdiG6. :%z664.3; La1.'L
promptly revolted.I. Blas If your dealer cannot supply you*
.' ,: A STRIP .{ send 20c with your dealer's name-

". A Reasonable Request (vv. 1- EW TO RINGS for Trial Package of 48 genuine

5). PE-KO Jar Rings; sent prepaid.
The CD line is as long as' the
Governments exist for the people
diameter of the top ring. ,Draw,
not the people for the government. 1 1
the diagonal lines to touch the
Political leaders seem to forget this
ends of the AB and CD lines.
n axiom and begin to rule as though '
they need not listen to the reason- Place a tack where they meet at

Ii able pleas of the people. Tax bur- E. Place a pencil through a loopin

dens rise, regimentation of the life, a string: as shown, and draw United States Rubber Company(i

of the nation takes place, and sooner the bottom line of the shade mak- Boom 601.1730 Broadwr,Rev Turk,H.T-
J or later the people rise to over- ing it as long as the measurement
throw the government. It happenedin around the bottom ring plus a

Rome, it was back of the French half inch. Shorten the string and To Spend WiselyA

Revolution, it brought an uprising of draw the top to fit the top ring fool may make money, but it
i ,;1 I '.' ., allowing for half inch takes a wise man to spend it.
!acivro'w$:': : Y'.4w :4 the serfs of Russia, it can and will a lap. ..
happen elsewhere if men who ,rule NOTE: Book SEWING, for

r J do not listen to reason. the Home Decorator, and No. 2,
ni{' 'ry'i0c Gifts Novelties and Embroideries
,e/raY Rehoboam made at least one wise -
: .
I ,;;i; ;? ..r .f.f$ are now 15 cents each, or both
decision-to wait three days before
't: books for 25 cents. Readers who
speaking and to seek counsel.. He
t. __ __ have not secured their copies of $
needed this for been GI.ASSE
moo n hk hkJ
.. ,. ,
these two books should send in BIG
t.I ) 1 brought up in the palace of Solomon.without' 1:
% s for his their orders at once, as no more
training placeas
tf: :: Sponges at almost
I :,,. : grow any king, he was unable to answer. copies will be available, when the
:'$,/..' .. depth of water. Above photo present stock is sold. Your choiceof
..... ,
; :' '
1 ,";,"'<' shows natives picking them froma II. An Unreasonable Refusal (vv. the QUILT LEAFLET showing
:' ..
'(.", ':
'':'. ':. ,,, shallow, pool. Left: A fisherman 12-15). 36 authentic patchwork stitches;
:, ,:';:: depositing part of the day's catchin The picture of the two groups of : or the RAGRUG LEAFLET, will

a rocked-in coral pool on a advisers is a most graphic one and be included with orders for both t !, 1
iM t + small island where the sponges should afford the teacher an excel- ,books'for the present, but the offer

1 will remainsoaking until the fleet lent opportunity to show young'peo- may be withdrawn at any time.

t L' r'; returns to Nassau. The British ple especially, how important it is Leaflets are 6 cents each when or-
to heed the counsel of their elders. dered without the books.
government is experi- Even so youth stands today at the ,Everyone should have copies of
I menting in planting of sponge fork of the road. Let us in all kind- these two books containing 96 Howto 1

beds. There are three varieties: ness, love, and tact seek to help Sew articles by Mrs. Spears.

I. Silk sponge, wool and common them choose the right way. Send your order at once to Mrs. Easy to UnderstandA

I.I type most generally used in North Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chi- good example is the best ser-
I America. When the fleet sets out HI. The Inevitable Revolt (vv. 16, cago, Ill mon.-Old Proverb.July'Is .
17, 20).
from Nassau it usually remains
I Ii i The people, long submissive and
: away for two to a month.
1 JAY'R Sxe gir'i : 'Cis y
Je apparently ultimately come
} < Each boat carries small dinghys.
1 to the point where they think, and
+......."''''...._ _,..'/"_''',.,.'HJn,..,.a,.fa+o ri .r.M.gin.TL. .'W.on,"' when they do, dictatorial rulers

if J tumble from their self-made
e thrones. Would that the people of ( 4/f '.
the earth realized the power which

\ they have and that they would use,it I' I .
for the glory of God. Rehoboam felt rY

the power of the people who revolted I Iy j
I I I I8)) I f
others have followed him, 1
I for it is still true in the world that ,\af 1f

a n. a ., 'Z the rulers "do evil" because "they f
prepare not their hearts to seek the
Lord." 1

Rehoboam, who had awaited the
.. arrival of this crucial hour in an-
ticipation of taking his place as the Hello '

king of the ten tribes, was ready gg s Corn FlakesAmerica's l

and was at once chosen as the leader -
of those who withdrew from the %

rule of the house of David. Reho- favorite ,s

boam's sin brought this about, but C 0
it was also in the counsels of God R'Ncost }
M1' 1MY :' ,' 1{ 15). As Alexander Maclaren ex- f
XL df, .ES'r +: kr J p 4to' 'ay (v. 64
r P1 .p'f y presses it, ". the historian draws
I i5. i !%: ) back the curtain. On earth stand _z' !
4. nr
t.w + ; 1
t; ; the insolent king and mutinous peo- h
I each driving at their ends, and TlZ
ple, for ... .&
free of sin and selfishness.A r
neither : ;;;
When fishermen have secured: a catch they return to Nassau where stormy sea of people, without -'/'f..H.C.INAL ga

sponges are dried out and placed on sale at an auction similar to a thought of God, rages below, and a generous -.r. ..._ inJ 1e'

southern tobacco auction in the United States. Actual drying processis above sits the Lord, working His set Ving I .... .P'

shown above. Sponges are. buried under weeds and straw to dry out great purpose by men's sin. That Ruuut....... ;.
in the sun. divine control does not in the lest Coat.1939 tut tf.1,..,ttl4u
'.j Since the unique sponge can be classed neither with the "metasoa" or affect the freedom or the responsibility lello e Comp r ?
the "protozoa" it in of the actors. Rehoboam's L
many zoologists place a special subkingdom known
Y as porifera. Sponges in size head disregard of the people's terms was
may from a pin's to
range masses 'a thing brought about of the Lord,' _
I several feet high- and vary' in weight from a grain to more than 100 but it was Rehoboam's sin none the : 1 1 1 S S S I
pounds.. -
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good''' !I Stalls and J. M. Coust the Circuit, Court of Hendry County,
to supply a ing services by Rev. J. H. Hardy o were .S. C.
mense possibilities Fla., at the Feb. 23 term thereof, A. '
The Clewiston News I portion of the nation's sugar needs Holly Hill, Fla. Everyone is' urgedto .II of Moore Haven and S. A. Gravel D., 1938, of the offense of Murder In ",
I but these restrictions are preventing -' attend.. and R. N. Miller of LaBelle. the First Degree, With a Recommend '
ation of :Mercy and sentenced thereforto
Clewiston thousands of Florida workers I The Sunbeams will meet on 1\1on-1 Life, will apply for clemency to
Published every Friday In employment and the church, the Board of Pardons, Tallahassee,
3:30 at
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS from obtaining day afternoon at Florida, at its next regular meeting.
Inc. preventing them from providing Mrs. M. J. Blount counselor.The LEGAL NOTICES WILLIE BATTLE.

enough sugar to supply even the G. A.'s will meet at 3:30 I -- ----------------------

J\EATIILEY: BOWDEN, Editor consumption in our own state. ;Monday afternoon at the home of I II
These restrictions removed, the Mrs. H. E. Walker. Mrs. Arch
Kntered as second class mail matter sugar industry can play a great partin Hodges, counselor. DRAINAGE DISTRICT
February 1. 1927. at the Post Office In developing the Florida for which I Notice is hereby given that upon
the Act of the 12th day of August, A. D. 1939, or
Clewiston, Florida, under Tri Notice Is hereby given that pur-
all of us are hoping.-Tampa BIDDERS HERE as soon thereafter as the same maybe
March 3, 1897.SubNcrlptlon '! heard, the undersigned, PAULINE suant to call of the Board'of Super-
bune. visors of Clewiston Drainage District,
i married woman
of large Florida, wilt apply the annual meeting of the landowners -
I Several representatives HendryCounty

Rate $Z.OO Per Year. !Jiliilllilmlmmlmllilmmlmmmmlmmlllmllmmlllmll! [!!!! iI! !!I!Il! !! I !!!i! !I!!! I!!! !!! I !IIII! I;;contracting firms, prospective bid. Circuit to one of Court the ,Honorable and for Judges said of County the- the office of year Clewiston or. 1939 said will District Drainage be, held in District the at City the for

AdrertlMnff Rate On Application. p I ders on the St. Lucie lock .contract for a license to manage, take
Hall Building at Clewlston.!' Hendry
IChurches and control her propertyand
WITH THE I Ito be let later in this month, were charge to become of a free dealer in every County, Florida Wednesday. July
26, 1939 at four o'clock P. M. Eastern
at the Clewiston
this week
Devoted to the advancement and welfare I Dated at LaBelle, Hendry County, Standard Time for the purpose of:
of Clewiston and Hendry County. Engineer sub-office to secure copies Florida, this 12th day of July, A. D 1. Electing a Supervisor.
plans and specifications and 1939. 2. Receiving annual reports and
PAULINE BERNER. taking action with respect thereto -

FLORIDA'S SUGAR BOWL I L1mm'; +711' IIh i II llmlmrm+!:!Ii!;!!!I! ;IIII il !,1'iall' I ill:,:W'ili l' iluI(l!+ :ulll mifd+:l! l j other tract. data pertaining to the. Icon- DAVID Attorney ELMER for Petitioner.WARD > as .the landowners may determine -

I July: 14, 21, 28, Aug. 4. I 3. Transacting such other busi
MARGARET'S CATHOLIC : --- properly come before
of the various departments ST. ness as may
The workings
of our federal govern- 1 ___ BOARD OF SUPERVISORSOF
ment must be very confusing to Rev. Lawrence T. Kljnri, Pastor j NOTICENotice CLEWISTON DRAIN-.
Legion DISTRICT.By .
The Clewiston American AGE
to the Florida Sugar that I,, DUFF, President.
those close Mass each Sunday morning a I Post No. 93 held its regular monthly is hereby given F. D. .
During the recent hear- Willie Battle, who was convicted In July 7, 14. .
industry. 8 o'cloclexcepting: the last Sunday I meeting on Tuesday night at the .
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ing conducted by the Departmentof of the month when the time is' Inn_ with a good attendance. l u
Agriculture at Clewiston, it was
10:30. Routine business was traijsactec
brought out that wages paid much by Confessions are heard every Sat- and an invitation read to the members I H' NOTICE ,

Florida interests were pretty urday evening from 7:30 'until 8:30 to attend the opening of La I I
those of the industry
in line
and before all the :Masses. Belle's new market on August 3.
On the other hand, other! 1
generally. morning at members
Week-day Mass every I Out-of-town presenCorisickr
branches of the government, which]I NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands, or as
should be vitally interested in pro- 7:30. I much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for, taxes
of Our Ladyof
viding work for the millions of unemployed Devotions in honor I herein set opposite to the same, together wIth the costs of such sale-
calmly order Florida to Perpetual Help are conducted and advertising, will be sold at public auction on the seventh daylt
of plantedto Friday evenings at 8 o'clocII,1: followed August, 1939, beginning at' twelve. o'dock noon, at the City Hall of the
the number acres
by Benediction of the Most City of Clcwiston, Florida
sugar cane. IIh R. Y. PATTERSON,
Blessed Sacrament. .. Tax Collector, City of Clewlston.
Thus we have two branches of Religious IsstrucUon c Class for '

the government working against children Saturday morning at nine

each other. One insists that sub- here In Clewiston, and after Sunday

stantial wages be paid to increasethe Mass in Pahokee. Cnl"TIOX Amount

earnings of workers; the other The Mass schedule of Pahokee 01" LAND O\ti'NLlt or Taxes
And Costs
politely closes the'door to persons 10:30 every Sunday, excepting they

who are anxious for the chance to last Sunday of the -inonth, when I .

earn a decent living. And standingin Mass is at eight o'cloclThe: 'pub
the middle and paying for it all belief,
I II lic, regardless religious Lot 23 Block 22 _.__.__.__ ____ E. J. FeuchUnS'er __: :-.__- 5.30
is the poor taxpayer. is always :welcome in this church. Lot 27 Block 160 _._.._?_?.__.____ H. :1. Oglesby ____.._.____ 30.30
Back of all the injustice lie the Lot 28 Block 160 ._.._..___............_..H. :1. OS'lesby ___.__._.-_' 30.30
I i Lot 1 Block 162 ..___ _._.__...__._.___ 1\1rs. C. D. Morris _._._.____.___. 4.30
big moneyed interests which have I CLEWISTON COMMUNITY. I Lot '7 Block 161 _..__._.. -._____._ S. J. Feuchtinger _.._._._._._.____ 4.30
heavy investments in the Cuban CHURCH Lots 35, 36 BlocI: 167_.__.._.___...' Thos. n. Shelley ..__....._.-.:..._._. 30.30
I I th SE AngUs"Wrung Lot 1 Block 169 ...____________?__._....___ Thos, B. Shelley ........_.______. 5.30
and other off-shore producingareas. Royal Palm Avenue Lot 6 Block 172 ____.__.._.__.__._., S. F. Feuchtlnger _,_._..-._.___._ 4.70
All this was clearly explained Forest C. Taylor, Minister :I Lot 14 Block 172 ......._.__.____.____ Eugene Feuchtlnger _.______._ '5.30
/ own home is real Lot 23 Block 173 _.._.__.___.__ Mrs. :May S. Ames ___________ 80.30
by Congressman Pat Cannon of Sunday school every Sunday I II V your,because the Lot 23 Block 176 _-..:__..___-_,_ D. J. Johnson ___.__.__.___._._. 4.30
Miami in a talk before Departmentof morning, at 9:45. B. C. Flaniken, economy you save. Lot 27 Block 176 _..______ E. A. Caldwell Estate _____.- 3.70
landlord's profit. Any family needing Lot 16 'Block 202 ..__.____.____ Leroy H. Dorsey ___..____ 4.30
Agriculture officials: superintendent. I r\ .n' to. I Lot 11 Block 203 ........._______._ F. W. Iverson ._._...__-'-_-_ 4.70
worship and sermon at a home will do well to look at Lot 18 Block 203 _____._ ...._. __ Julia Sharkey. ___________.,.__ 4.70
"Because South Florida loomed Morning .__...__..._....__.__._ 4.70
; ,our selection of homes and buy ( Lot 19 Block 203 ..___._________ Mary- King
as a serious competitor! of the low- eleven o'clock. There will be a I before values increase Lot 20 Block 203 _.__...__.________ Ella Kane _.._...____._._____ 4.70
countryand short business meeting in connec- real estate Lot 25 Block 355 _.____._.......__._.--:__ Bernard R. Payne ?_..______. 3.50
wage, high-cost fur her. We will gladly help you Lot 30 Block: 356 ___..___.._.__ T. P. Waddell _._.___.____ 3.50
other offshore'producing areas, tion with the morning service next debt-free ownership of Lot 9 Block 357 ..._._._._....:.._.___._ Fred A. :Menge _....._..,_.______ 3.50
restrictions and limitations were invoked Sunday. Included in this business I Item your Lot 4 Block 358 .-'..____..__.____._.. Marjorie L. Durgin _.._._____._ 3.50
home thru payments like rent. Lot 19 Block 358 ____.__.____:__ E. A. Caldwell. Estate ._____ 4.30
that prohibit Florida from .session will be the election of a Lots 41 and 42. Block 358 _....__.......__. Henry J. Stephens __._.:._,_.. 6.70
filling even its own sugar bowl. By'member of the Board of Trustees. Lot 45 Block 361 _______...__.._.:..___ Eugene Feuchtinger __.-..-__. .1.30
Lot 8 Block 362 ._____..___.__ Mrs. E. A. Rchult' _______ 20.30
this vicious action, the federal government The Christian Endeavor meetingwill Clewiston Lot 31 Block 362 .________.__ Mrs. F. H. Emerson _._____ 4.30
denied' the people of my be held, Monday ,evening at 1 Lot 8 Block 367 ..._....______.. _.. 'Clewiston Dry Goods Co. ___ 2.70
Lots 13. 14 Block 37'Z ._.__,.!. R. C. Nowling __.___ 44.30 .
state the right to earn their own seven o'clock. Savings and LoanAssociation Lot 3 Block 381 _._...______.___- Elmer A. Enckson _.......___..__ 2..0
living supplying the needsof 1 Let 15 Block 451 .__.__.. __: = _.-: Harvey Guthrie _._'-_..____ 4.30
sugar ? -
Lot 23 Block 417 ..______..___._.______ Eugene FeuchtinS'er\\ __.__._._ 3.50
themselves and their neighbors.I: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lot 8 mock 195 __________ J. W. Daughtrey ..____:..____ 2,70f
To help the Florida farmer you I Corner Ventura and Central Avenues .'.

Friendly Church" - ------ -- -- ---- ------------------------------
can rescind the iniquitous plowunder I "The --------- -

order and at the same time .

grant to the self-respecting farmers Services Every Sunday: 1j1WJl! ::7 lilllllllIl!! 11I"ii, l1WiI!! iI MrnliiTi! piniiiTPi]! :\ iiiliiiii! <;I'IIIIIIIIIIIIII ?JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIjIlIlIllIllIlIlI1J\ illlllllllllllR"Ji" !!!1I11I11II1I1I"'t' IIIIII"IIIII:1! !'

who have appeared before you today Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. B. IIII'IIIIIIIIWII

the right to plant cultivate, E., Herring, Supt. I
harvest and market the product of Morning Worship 11 a. m.
their soil-]-that is sugar, a non-sur- B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m. A. H.

plus crop. I dedicate myself to the King, director. Mrs. Herman Davis .

task of reclaiming for our people associate. Clearance Sale II

their God-given right, and I now Evening Preaching at 8 p. m. I

demand that Florida citizens be Midweek service every Wednesday I

. permitted to supply the needs cf' evening at 8 p. in.W. i.

our consuming- public, and that M. S. each 2nd and 4th
I Tues-I I
such right not be abridged by discriminatory day at 3:30 at the church, .

wage rates." R. Broadfoot, president.

Our Congressional representativesare I 'Sunday School officers and Bargains .

waging a hard fight tot have teachers meet Wednesday at 7 p. '.

this injustice removed. But they The public is cordially invited to
need the backing of many Florida attend all services.

business men and citizens. The The pulpit will be occupied this !-

great Everglades district has im Sunday at both morning and even-

Good Used Cars Trucks Johnson
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:i: .- :y:: I trucks, Briggs refrigerators, Johnson outboard

*;: Can you afford to close the door in _* 'II
and '
motors light plants.
:!: the face of your friends for a consideration .- :: !

:A i: of less than 1Oc 1 per day? :!: We are dealers for Taylorcraft and Cessna

.:. .v. I

:i: In times of emergency, sickness ,or :: I :. airplanes, and have some, good bargains in usedplanes

::: death, the telephone is your nearest ::: i i .; We also do auto machine work and

-:. neighbor.Make ..i.y I I

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:: an end to isolation by seeing :: I I i Lei us serve you. .

:!:: our manager today for, telephone :!: I

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JULY 14, 1030 ,

next Sunday, the Clev/iston team I Is Your Subscription Paid?
I Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Augur and graphed and will be made available
} c. children, Jean and Carol, are leaving to all members of the personnel and will go to Pahokee to meet that
J who are especially team in a double-header. No more
Sunday for a month's vacation probably some
World's Fair in interested outside the organization.The Thursday games will be played by
[ PersonalsMrs. J They will visit the ROOM FOR RENT
'Clewiston and their games will all
New York and spend some time in schedule names each of the ,
be double-headers on Sunday.
Connecticut while away. members of the personnel who will
The games Sunday week will be
the hurricane Furnished cool
be expected to man large,
I ,
played in Clewiston but the oppOS-
J. E. Beardsley was a business: gates, patrol levees and take care
E. C. Mills, Gene and But ing team has not been announced.
Mills spent Tuesday In Fort Myers.C. I visitor in Orlando Tuesday.His son, of other things in case an emergency -:! I room with twin beds,
Jim,' accompanied him that far anc is declared to exist. The entire
L. Downs--and-----Hershel House continued oa to' Montreat, N. Car., organization will: be on full twenty-I I Special Survey Is private bath, phone.
where he will attend a ;summer four hour duty during such emerge -
left Tuesday for a visit in Sarasota. !
This WeekW.
camp. ncy. I Completed Phone 53

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Myers: spent the .. Each man placed on duty on the I
week-end in Fort Myers. ForbesKeeneCaptain hurricane gates is expected to pro- C. Nall headed three -survey I I
vide enough food to last him for a

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Crow of Fort and Mrs. Owen ,L. Keene twenty-four hour period. If the crews week by which the were U., S. assigned Engineers last to I FOR RENT-Ft. My-

Myers are spending several days in announce the marriage of their emergency exists longer than that,I cross-section,four of the Everglades:
the government will furnish food Modern
Clewiston on business. Keeneof canals' I Beach -
daughter, Miss Marie Viola ; Drainage District for twenty ers
during the remainder of the time.
Pine Island, to Mr. Claude Reece miles back from Lake Okeechobeefor
Mrs. Shimer Gove and Mrs. Boyd Forbes, Jr., of Fort Myers. The new radio system will be and in special informational data. Houses, Electric Refrigerators -
for the first time
Vorhees of Moore Haven were visitors ,use this year The was completed this
The ,ceremony was performed on I is expected to greatly simplify the survey
Tuesday in Clewiston. week of the West Palm Beach, Gas Stoves Hot
July: 6th in Tampa. Rev. J. L. tremendous task of patrolling the ,
I Hillsborough, Miami and North New
Highfand Ave-
of the
Hunter, pastor
levees and taking care of government -
A. W. Lawrence, George Crow Weekor
and Miss Billie Hooker were visitors nue Methodist Church, officiated.Mr. property in the event a storm River Canals. and 'Cold Water

Wednesday in West Palm Beach. Forbes is the son of" Mrs. should come. The district engineer Month. Address
.. Adele Forbes of Fort Myers. The will keep in constant touch with the J. M. COUSE -
L. C. Reddish left Monday for a bride has resided in Clewiston for area by short'' wave radio with W. White-
two weeks' visit with friends and the past few months and is connected which his car is equipped and which Counselor and Attorney at Law Judge Geo.
relatives in Orlando. with Turner's Beauty Shop. will be tuned to pick up the signals Hopkins Building
from the radio stations in the en- Wednesdnys and Saturdays hurst, Ft. Myers, Fla.

Mrs. Gratton George is visiting MRS VAUGHN ENTERTAINSWITH gineer's lake network. 9:30 to 4:00

relatives in Weirsdale for a few PARTY FOR SON i The elaborate precautions whichare '
weeks. being taken by the engineers- ---- -

: Mrs. H. T. Vaughn gave a party' give residents of the entire Lake' .:;.HN-N;NNN;1NN:.:HN:11N:..:..:..:.:N.I:.:..;NNNN:N:I.:NN:NNN:N:..:N:1NNNN.:N:NNN:NNN w;.
Mrs. Howard Leonard and Mrs. 'Wednesday; afternoon for her son, area a feeling of security during the .;: ; .
J P. R. Hooks spent Tuesday in West Harry, on his seventh birthday. storm period for their constant,:i:
were played vigil will insure the saving of lives! .sand 'J
Palm Beach. I Various games TWO CORNERS .
Barbara De Vane, and Bobby property in the event a severe- I :;.::. \ ', .
V. L. Phillips of Moore Haven storm should come.IMPROVEMENT ..
I :. ,, '
( ) was a business visitor here Satur- I .. HOMESITES :
+ FOR ,
day. Refreshments of ice cream and' .
cake were served to: Gene and Bub' AT. RESERVATION :.:::. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mills, Mary Elizabeth Roberts, Bobby ."
Mary Louise are spending this weekin I Smith, Billy Broadfoot, Anne U. S. Engineer employes have :!: at Genuine Sacrifice ,
Safety Harbor. I Prewitt, Jean Bledsoe, Gene Land, been at work this week grading the ;; I ;-
-!- Richard Knight, Charles Miner, Rachel slopes adjacent to the office build- :!: "
Mrs. Herman Scharnberg is returning Miner, Vollney Robbins, Elea- ing at the reservation, resodding :i: No. 1-100 ft. x 125 ft. 1
this week from a visit in nor Sue Holland, Shirley Tarlton, the grounds where necessary and .; i : ::
New York and Boston. Kermit Tarlton, George De Vane, installing an elaborate sprinkling :. .5, ,,' No. 2-122" ft. x 130 ft. .
Bowden, system for use watering lawns ;:
Barbara De Vane, Kay
Hudson Tillery has been a pa- Patsy Meredith and Joe Schroeder. and shrubs. :.: > : 1"
tient in the Clewiston hospital this Rock rip-rap is also being placed ; r

week. He suffered an attack. of :MRS. SCHROEDER ENTERTAINS along the east bank of the Indus-' :: : ,
bronchitis. EVENING BRIDGE' CLUB trial canal by the government prop- ':.

-- erties. I':'r BEARDSLEY t
E. '
Mr. and Mrs. E. Cll Mills, Gene Mrs. B. J. Schroeder entertainedthe l
II and Bub Mills are leaving tomorrow evening bridge club at her home Golf Ass'n Activity : ..'%..
for a two weeks' vacation in west- Wednesday. High score prize was .%.
I! ern North Carolina.Mr. won by Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Halted Temporarily : Real Estate .*
I second high by Mrs. C. E. Nail. .:
/ .
and Mrs. J. M. Couse and Salad, toasted cheese sandwichesand ; :

'I, Miss Bertha Gram of Moore Haven fruit punch were served by Mrs. Due to the prevailing scourge of :: HOPKINS BLDG. PHONE 60 :._:.
: were visitors in Clewiston Tuesday Schroeder to Mrs. Sidney Crochet, mosquitoes that are at present infesting :; .

I, I) evening.cry Mrs. Nall, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. the entire Glades section, .:;..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
.. Nowling, Mrs. R. .C. Wilson, Mrs. the Everglades Golf Association has
Mrs. George De Vane of Jacksonville 'I Roy :Alston, Mrs. W. ''H Lanier and decided to disband Association com-

is visiting her parents, Mr. and, Miss Mae Palmer.MISSIONARY pletion until further notice. The ..
Mrs. G. H. Bellamy and her chit= edict was issued yesterday by As- ---
dren, George and Barbara DeVane.Mr. .: SOCIETY sociation President Ernest "Doc" ---- -- .--- -

i I A1EETS AT CHURCHThe Van Landingham at the Clewiston h h
and Mrs. Hubert Land, Gene Golf Club, and Association affairs h
and Shari 'Land, Misses Marcia Woman's Missionary Societyof will stand at that point until bet- 1
Avant and Roberta George spent the ,Baptist Church met Tuesday ter playing conditions make resump-
Thursday afternoon in Fort Myers. afternoon for the business and so- tion of play possible.. I
cial meeting, which was held in the The Association has held six I CLEWISTON 60LF

Mr and Mrs. ,William H. Lanier church auditorium with Mrs. Arch meets ,during the current season, .! .'.
and Miss Lee Pridgen are' leaving Hodges and Mrs. M. C. Vowell as the last taking place at the Lake \
today for a vacation which they are hostesses. Okeechobee Golf Club on July 2nd., J JI'
spending with relatives in Wilmington Following the transaction of rou- scoring' for same ,being Pahokee !j c':;'! \ ,, :: COUISE

North Carolina. tine business, a delightful social 10 1-2, Clewiston 10 1-2, and Belle .:. .,'. -';- .:.
hour was enjoyed by Mrs. A. R. Glade 6. League standings at that .
Elbert L. Stewart left Tuesdayfor Broadfoot, Mrs. W. M. 'Blount, Mrs. time showed Clewiston leading with "h ft : ..: l..
a business trip to Tallahassee. W. M. Broaderick, Mrs. E. M.: Cor- 55 1-2 points, Pahokee in second l tt.; i

I He was accompanied by W. T. Hull, nette, Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs. E. L. I II place with 42 1-2 points, and Belle .. I ., ;., .' ... .... .:.
I of LaBelle, clerk of the circuit II III :Hayes. Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. C. Glade in the cellar position with 37. :: I .t J'<' : I :::
court for Hendry county.Dr. I W. Simmons, Mrs. W. T./ Wheeles, Don Young, Clewiston professional ; ?

Mrs.: G. Wenzloff, Mrs. Clarence has announced that during the ;. .%.
I and Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Her-I Krueger, Mrs. H. E. Walker,,' Mrs. interim of disbanded Associationplay :' --

vey, Parmelia and Edward Bourneare Alex, McGowan, Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, the Clewiston Golf Club will
I spending a short vacation at!I Mrs. L. M. Durrence, Mrs. C.. M. hold weekly Sunday tournament I

Mount Car. Pisgah and Waynesville, N.I i Allen and Mrs. M. Doke. by events the of Golf the Association same type ,engaged and opento ii 1! [ Open j the Public ]

Engineers Given all Everglades golfers. The first h h
Mr. and Mrs, Fred Moritz of of these will be held next Sunday = h
Sarasota have recently moved, to Schedule For Use July 16th and will be a Nassau h h
Clewiston, Mr Moritz is employedin Medal affair. Players entering may .i.
the construction work being,done choose their own opponents or be ::: .'.,1' :\ '}<' ...' :%:
the corporation: In Storm the Strokes .:. ,. :;. ,
by sugar matched up at pro shop. > .;.
; ....:. ..
--- will be exchanged where a differ- ..' _
Mrs. F. D. Hessie, who has visited -,I I' The U. S.. Engineer- sub-office in ence of five or more in handicaps :: :\. ::
I. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Augur for Clewiston received this week detailed exists, and prizes will be given for I
the past few months is leaving Sun- instructions and a scheduleto all types and calibre of golfers. Entry '.;;' Moderate Greei Fees *
day for a stay with relatives in New be followed during the hurricane fee, will be 50c and play may. .
Orleans. season ,which officially opens June occur at any time during the day. I' Exceptional Fairways I III

1 and continues into the late fall ,,
Mrs. P. S. Maynard, Katie Mae,I with September regarded as the CLEWISTOX: PLAY Interesting GreensISTOUR1IEIGENOVH
Margie, Ogle and Billie Arnette and I critical month. PAHOKEE THERE SUNDAY II .

Bobby the funeral and Billy of D.Maynard C. Arnette, attended in',I'' General such as details in past of seasons the scheduleare but the Resuming play in the South I.- =....---n................:.=..............-..=......=..."...=',......_-...............'.................-......-..._.._;..-=...__._._...............-.......-.....-...................-.-.-...-.-.....--.-............

Port Mayacca Wednesday afternoon.:; entire program has been mimeo Florida League for the second half

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J. G. Allhands of PeorIa, II! i31'
visiting old friends in Clewiston
day and will leave Saturday: morn-
ing for a few days on the coast, b"-
fore returning to his home
' C. C. Young and family left thi

week for High Point, N. C. where ".
they will make their future home.
Ilr. Young lias been employed in Homes don't grow in size but home completely to fit their
government service here since last families do.. Houses should be present needs.
October. enlarged but are not because '
-- people lack the cash to buy. The ABC Monthly Payment Plan ::
Mis. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. Leslie '
Consequently many families are is a simple, economical way to
Miler! Mrs. G. Wenzloff: Mrs. ..\
home improvements
'l living in crowded quarters bepurchase
L. M. Durrcnce, Mrs. C. W. Simmons I and : .j
cause they don't know that under out of income. Convenient
Mrs. \V. R. Broaderick. Mrs.
; terms can be arranged to .
I the ABC Monthly Payment easy -
W. T. Robinson, Mrs. James Weaver .
Mrs. C. M. Allen and Mrs. Jimmy Plan they ,can remodel their suit your purse. -

Wiilson attended an executive meet I '
-c Jh J / ing of the Palm Lake' Association/of ROYAL LUMBERFRmAY COMPANY ;'.:

'_ Baptist, w. M. S. In Canal :point I I .
. 1J Wednesday,: .. _.. ,-. ". '.., ""., I t .. '






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Competent Judge
Two burglars had broken into a

: BAILEY tailor's shop and were busy sort-
By ing out some suits when one of
them saw one marked $65.

O PENN PUBLISHING COMPANY-WNU SERVICE "Bert, look at the price of that

one," he said. "Why, it's down-

right robbery, ain't it?"

CHAPTER They faced each other, lookingfor said. That was all. But societywas but Evans Follette, and he is just Casus Belli

-1- the moment rather like two on tiptoe. Delafield Simms was a heartache, Judy. Officer-Can you describe your

Sherwood, Park is twelve miles young cockerels. Jane's bobbed hair the son of a rich New Yorker. He "Baldy has had three proposals; assailant?
the effect of her and his bride to have he said that stimulating
from Washington. Starting as a emphasized boyish were, spent the first was Victim-Of course I can; that's
somewhat pretentious suburb on the straight, slim figure. Baldy tow- their honeymoon on his yacht. Edith but repetition 'staled the inter- what he hit me .fpr-describing
main line of- a 'railroad, it was ered above her, his black hair I Towne had a fortune to match his. est'! Of course he didn't 'tell me him.

blessed with easy accessibility until matching hers, his eyes, too, match- Both of them belonged to old and the names of the girls. Baldy's nota

encroaching trolleys swept the tide ing-gray and lightedup.Jane aristocratic families. No wonder cad. PINCHED HER

of settlement away from it, and left was the first to turn her eyes people were talking. "But he is discouraged and desperately -

it high and dry-its train service, away. She looked at .the clock. There was a picture of Miss depressed. He has such abig'

unable to compete with modern motor "You'll be late." Towne, a tall, fair girl, in real lace, talent, Judy, and he just slaves

vehicles, increasingly inefficient. He got his hat and coat and came, orange blossoms, seed pearls-. away at that old office., He says

de back to her. "I'm a blamed sore- i Pride was in every line of her. that after those years in France, it 1
Property values, inevitably,
creased. The little'suburb degener- head. Give me a kiss, Jane." Jane's tender fancy carried her to seems like a cage. I sometimes

ated less fashionable. People She gave it to him, and clung to that first breathless moment when wonder what civilization is, anyhow ---.:.-::
who,might grew have added social lusterto him for a moment. "Don't forgetto the bride had donned that gracious that we clip the wings of our

its gatherings moved away. The bring ,a steak home for dinner," gown and had surveyed herself in young eagles. We take our boys

frame houses which at first had was all she said, but he was aware the mirror. "How happy she must and shut them up, and they pant

made such a, brave showing, be- of the caress of those clinging have been." Then the final shudder-I' for freedom.' Is that all that life is
fingers.It ing catastrophe. going to mean for 'Baldyeighthours
came a bit down at the heel.
Sophy arrived at this moment a day-behind bars?
The Barnes cottage was saved was one of his grievances that ,
from the universal lack of loveli- he had to do the marketingonecould and Jane told her about it. "She'll "Yet I am trying to keep him at it

ness by its simple lines, its white not depend on Sherwood's sin- never dare trust anybody, will until the house is paid for. I don't "Joan's bathing suit" arrested
she?" know whether I am right-but it's everyone's attention.
paint and blinds. Yet the gle small store-so Baldy with _
green wise and she all we have-and both of us love it. "Yes, until she was arrested ,
had peeled in places, and the dreams in his head drove twice a Sophy was weighedthe
paint "
concrete steps which followed the week to the butcher stall in the question out of her wide experience He hasn't been able lately to work herself.

line of the two terraces were old Center Market to bring back i of human nature. She could much at night, he's dead tired. Butthere's

cracked and worn. chops, or a porterhouse, or a festive not read or write, and she was de- a prize offer of a magazinecover NoveltyHe
design and I want him to was a gangster, and so
Old Baldwin Barnes had boughthis small roast. pendent on those around her for ,
crooked he couldn't shave with
house on the instalment plan, He had no time for it in the morn- daily bulletins on the way the, big compete. He says there isn't any a
He stood in the
and his children were still payingfor ings, however. His little car took world went. But she knew life."Yo' use of his trying to do anything unless straight razor.
he can give all of his time to it. witness box, his right hand raised.
it. Old Baldwin had succumbedto him over the country roads and kain't ever tell whut a wom-
"Do to tell the truth
the deadly monotony of writingthe through the city streets and landed an will do, Miss Janey. Effen she a "Of course you've heard all this you swear ,
the whole truth and
same inscription on red slips i him at the Patent Office at a quarter trustin' nature, she'll trus' and trus', before, but I hear it every day. AndI nothing
the truth? droned the court clerk.
through thirty years of faithful service of nine. There, with a half hour and effen she ain' a trustin' nature, like to talk things out. I must not The

in the Pension Office, and had for lunch, he worked until five-it she won't trus' nohow." write another line, dearest. Anddon't gangster". grinned.
he "I'll
"Soitenly promised.
left'the world with his debts behind "But what do you suppose made worry, Baldy will work, like "
him do it?" mad if the mood strikes him: try anything once!
him.He "Did I'tell that Evans Follette
had the artistic temperament "Nobody knows whut a man'sgwine you
and his mother to dine with Two's company-three's a film
which his son inherited. Julia was do, w'en it comes to gittin'married. are us
." on Thanksgiving Day? We ought to plot.
like her mother who had died two
ye'ars before her husband. Mrs. "But to leave her like that, Sophy.I have six guests to make things go.
But nobody will fit in with the Fol- Wise Fellow
I should think she'd die. I
Barnes had been unimaginative and
lettes. You know why I needn'texplain. Speaker-The man who gives in
"Effen the good Lord let women so
It because of her that
capable. was
when he is is wise
wrong a man,
die w'en men 'ceived them, Sophy
Julia had married architect and
an proclaimed with a chuckle, "dere "Kiss both of the babies for me. but the man who gives in when
was living in a snug apartment in
Chicago that Baldwin Junior had, n {) wouldn't be a female lef' w'en the Failing other young things, I am going he is right is-
to have a Christmas tree for the Voice From Audience-Married.
gone through college arid had some trump sounded. Her tray was piled
months at an art school before the /1 high with dishes, as she stood in the kitten. It's a gay life, darling.
dining-room door. "Does you-all "Ever your own,
. war came on, and that Jane, the Y '
want rice puddin' fo' dinnah, Miss "Jane. How Womenin
youngest, had a sense of thrift, and I _
an intensive experience in domestic / Janey? The darkness,, had come by the
II \ And there the subject dropped.But Their 40'sCan
economy.As ( p pH time she had finished her letter.
\ Jane deal aboutit
thought a great
for the rest of her, Jane was i She changed her frock for a thin-
as she went with her work.
twenty, slender as a Florentine,I ner one, wrapped herself in an old Attract Men
She told her sister Julia aboutit
page, and fairly pretty. She was in H cape of orange-hued cloth, and went
liked when, late that afternoon, she Here's good advice for a woman during her
love with life and to talk aboutit. out to lock up her chickens. She
who fears
wrote her weekly letter. change (usually from 38 to 52),
Young Baldwin said, indeed, had fed them before she wrote her she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries

with the frankness of a brother, that I Ii "The worst of it must have beento letter, but she always took this about upset nerves hot flashes and,moody loss of spells.pep dizzy spells

Jane ran on like a babbling brook. i lose her faith in things. I'd rather last, look to be sure they were safe. Get more fresh air, 8 hrs. sleep and if you

She was "running on" this November t (I be Jane Barnes without any love The shed where the chickens were' need. Pinkham's a good general Vegetable system Compound tonic take,LydiaE. made

morning, as she and young 1 / affair than Edith Towne with a, love kept was back of the garage. When especially for women. It helps Nature build
resistance,thus helps more
Baldwin ate breakfast together. affair like that. Baldy told me the Jane opened the door, her old Per- up vivacity physical to enjoy life and assist give calming

Jane always got the breakfast. < other day that I am not unattrac- sian cat, Merrymaid, came out to jittery nerves and disturbing of symptoms life. WELL that

Sophy, a capable Negro woman, tive! Can't you see -him saying it? her, and a puff-ball of a kitten. often WORTH accompany TRYING change

came. over later to help with the / And he doesn't think me pretty. Per- Jane snapped on the lights in the

housework, and to put the six haps I'm not. But there are mo- chicken house and the biddies J

o'clock dinner on the table. But it I' ments, Judy, when 1 like myself-:! stirred. When she snapped them Rests With Fools

was Jane who started the percolator "Baldy nearly had a fit when I off again, she heard them settle Anger may glance into the wise

poached the eggs, and made I bobbed my hair. But I did it and back to sheltered slumber. man's breast, but only in the

the toast on the electric toaster, She felt poignantly the beauty of it. took the consequences, and it's no The kitten danced ahead of her, bosom of fools doth it rest.

while young Baldwin read the Wash- end comfortable. Baldy at the pres- and the old cat danced too, as the

ington Post. He read bits out loud was a dog's life and he had other: ent moment is mid-Victorian. It is wind whirled her great tail about. For quick relief Insist

when he was in the mood. He was aspirations.Jane his reaction from the war. He says "We won't go in the house-we Simple!!!\ on this accurate aspirin.

not always in the mood, and then left to herself, read the pa- he is dead sick of flappers. That won't go in the louse said Jane Headache St.JosephGENUINE

Jane talked to him. He did not al- per. One headline was 'sensational. they are all alike-and make no appeal in a sort of conversation! chant PURE ASPIRIN

ways listen, but that made no differ- The bride of a fashionable weddinghad to the imagination! He came as the pussies followed her down a

ence. been deserted at the altar. The home the other night from a dance path which led through the pines.

Jane had- named the percolator bridegroom had failed to appear at and read Tennyson-can you fancy She often walked at this hourandshe Escaped Deeds 1 t

"..Philomel because of its purling the church. The guests waiting impatiently that after the way he used to fling loved it best on nights like this. Youth once gone is gone. Deeds,

harmonies. in the pews had been in- Amy Lowell at us and Carl Sand- She felt poignantly the beauty of let escape, are never to be done.-

"Don't you love it, Baldy?" formed, finally, that the ceremony burg? He says he is so tired of short it-the dark pines and the little Robert Browning.

Her brother, with one eye on the would be postponed. skirts and knees and proposals and moon above them-the tug of the

paper, was eating his grapefruit. Newspaper men hunting for the cigarettes that he is going to hunt wind at her cloak like a riotous play-
"Love what?" bridegroom learned that he had lefta with a gun, if he ever decides to mate. Try THIS for Malaria!

"Philomel. note for his best man-and that marry, for an Elaine or a Griselda I Baldy was not the only poet in
stuff-" he was on his way to southern wa But the worst of it is, he takes it, the family, but Jane's love of beautywas When Malaria hits you or'your
"Silly bottle ofWintersmith's
ters. The bride could not be seen. out on me! I wish you'd see the way inarticulate. She would never'be family year; get' a
"It isn't. I like to hear it sing. Tonic the first thing.Wintersmith's .
Her uncle, who was also her guard- he censors my clothes and my man- able to write it on paper or
"In my present" mood I prefer a ian, and with whom she lived, had ners, and I sit here like a prisonerin draw it with a pencil.TO has been has proven by
70 of use. It helped
of hate. over
hymn years
stated that there was nothing to be a tower with not a man in sight ( BE CONTINUED) thousands of -
She buttered a slice of toast for thousands upon people.
Ask 'for Wintersmith's by
him. "Well, of course, you'd feel
If dealer doesn't stockit
name. your
like that.
he can get it for you. Ask him
"Who wouldn't?" He took the

toast from her, and buried himselfin WINTERSMITH'STONIC

his paper, so Jane buttered another -
slice for herself and ate it in

protesting silence-plus a poachedegg

and a cup of coffee .rich with < d

yellow cream and much sugar. -" ::'

Jane's thinness made such indul- THE Sorrow's Crown

gence possible."I ;. A sorrow's crown of sorrow is

simply love breakfast," she I remembering ,happier things.-

continued."Is Dante.

there anything you don't love,
Janey?" with a touch of irritation. DIM LANTERNa

"Yes." A wonderful aid for boils
"What?" a where a drawing agentis
and comforting Fine for
He stared at her over the top of children and grown-ups.
the sheet. "I like that!" Little Jane Barnes held the key to happiness for four young people. Loved p Practical. Economical

Baldy."Well,It you isn't won't'talk my fault if you to hate me, by two men, idealistic Evans Follette, to whom, she is a guiding light in the GRAYSOINTMENT25'

the world." gloom of despondency, and Frederick Towne, wealthy, domineering man-

"No, it isn't." He laid down the about-town, she is forced to make her decision. Through her choice four OThe best placeto
paper. "But I'll tell you this, Janey SHOPPING
I'm about through." love stories unwind to happiness. start your shop-
V* ping tour is in
She caught her breath, then flung 'The Dim Lantern" is one of Temple Bailey's greatest stories-one that 'i yourfavoriteeasy-,
,cut "Oh you're not. Be OUr
a good JL chairwith an open
'sport, Baldy. Things are bound to will claim your interest from the first chapter to the end. .-"" newspaper.

come your way if you wait." I Make a habit of reading the advertise-

He gave a short laugh and rose. ments in this paper every week. They
"I wish I had your optimism." BEGINS TODAY SERIALLY IN THIS PAPER can save you time, energy and money.

"I wish you had."






Our Presidents


1 inaugurated. He was sixty-eight.
.-, Zachary Taylor had never held
Getting: Ready to Can.-Zinc any political office prior to his elec-
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especially tasteless for quinidine the purpose.and iron.Contains -JUST A PLAIN SHAVE NO .DI'' ,..,._....:1:11:... So reo.tabl.laiatlw.mild, thorough. refreshing. -
.' NOTHING LATHER ? l Invigorating. Dependable relief from
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic actually AND sick headaches, bilious spells, tired feeling when
combats the Malaria infec- associated with constipation.
tion in the blood. It relieves the ELS& I Without Risk get druggist.a 25o Make box of the NR test from-your then
freezing chills, the burning fever.It If not delighted return the box to us. We will
helps you feel better fast. refund the purchase
Thousands take Grove's Tasteless Get price.NK Thst's Tablets today.fair.
Chill Tonic for Malaria and swear
by it. Pleasant to take, too. Even ALWAYS CARRY QUICK RELIEF
children take it without a whimper. +v( E i u UNAY
Don't suffer! At first sign of Ma- FOR ACID
laria, take Grove's Tasteless Chill I, L1mw fINDIGESTION
Tonic. At all drugstores. Buy the
large size as it gives you much .
more for your money. r
J. Millar Watt Speak for Literature
When men of learning are act-
Two TaskslIt ed by a knowledge 'of the world
is one thing to show a man they give a reputation to literature -'

that he is in error, and another to ..... ..1..{....;; ..}. :. .. .. I and convince the world of its
him in possession of truth.- y'l A 4
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Relax over-worked and Soothes"Sunburn
Tired tired muscles. Rub
I 'With soothing, cooling
1 MUSCleS J Penetro. Try it today.. SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JEUY

>rs7 NEVER / Fragments of Joy

SticksIt c sIrE Lyot,, ur o The pathway of life for nearly
takes little time to administer fpuGE7 YO 'k f lOr everyone is strewn with frag-

a rebuke, but it takes a long t'MA M / ments of joy.
time erb. to forget it..-Chinese Prov- FROM /ouTt: GO.1IFIJ;

s S Malaria Chills *"FeverOnly ;

Today's popularity wuNS-r lit.reliibU Old*.Slops chilli and
Of Doan's Pills, after J fever,cleans blood of tultri( .F moui Q
many years of world-
wide vac, surely must TT for 50 ye n.Monty-btct gur ntc*. f fAr
beacccptedias; evidence
of satisfactory use. y
_I And favorable public bar
opinion supports that .
of the able physicians TE
who test the value of
laboratory Doan's under conditions.exacting

Those physicians
too, approve every word of advertising 1
you read the objective of which is only to COODoiuo 1
recommend Does Pills as a good diurctio
treatment for functional kidney disorder R STORES
and for relief of the pain and worry it URGE
causes. aOrtlE ty4
If more people were aware of how the I ortT r..ss
kidneys must constantly remove waste a $120 'iy tat .
that cannot stay in the blood without injury ;
to health there would be better understanding ihlaD'I IM EltiiTSPRE
of why the whole body suffers P / 'WArt'TS Li fb l#
when kidneys lag, and diuretic medication Ceu7s vtu t57 BltutgsersedRel.e1
would be more often employed. r
Burning, scanty or too frequent urination i- Et2lfEEt"' lu 'f4"T3ooIC
may be warning of disturbed kidney o
function. You may Buffer nagging back- ovElz7lM
ache, persistent headache, attacks of dizziness
getting up Bights swelling, puffies -
under tho eyes-led weak, nervous =
all Played out. P :
Use Doe,,': Pills. It Is better to rely oae
I medicine that has won world-wide acclaim GOOD MERCHANDISECan
r.a' than on something leas favorably
\J.. known. Ak y urDOAN rsri9kborlI By

C. M. Payne Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised

r WHO Den Syndlcat.-WNU Service.

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I D. C. Arnette- S He expressed himself as well sat: arrived home from college.
Engineers T 0- Farm Debt I I isfied with the terms of the con- "My, my," said the young man, 0

Continued Board'I'I (Continued; From Page 1) tract with the United States Sugar "don't you know there is a de-
One) (
(Continued from Page Corporation and pointed out that pression in this great land. Such

pointed by the Governor were: w:! mother, Mrs. W. W. Arnette now the corporation had at all times expenditures are unjustified in the
gers carried. Data, including gross 88 years of age, four brothers, Du-, been more than fair in handling light of present conditions."
and net revenue from commercial B. Cone, Tallahassee; A.' P. Spencer, relle and Russell, all of New the crops of the independent growers So the hamburger king took his

fishing, and health and recreational Gainesville: W. F. Courtney, Jack- Smyrna, George of Jacksonville and In regard to benefit payments son's advice, took down his sign,'
activities, and the estimated savingsdue sonville; John D. Clark, Waverly; Wallace of Orlando., and two sisters,I I paid to the growers by the government fired the waitresses and cancelled

to the proposed improvement, Graham W. Lee, Hastings; R. T. Mrs. Howard Clark of Detroit and he intimated that the growers his advertising. Business came to a

are especially desired. For ,all of Oglesby Milton; W.. B. Bishop, Mrs. Hattie White of New Smyrna i were paying more in through indirect standstill.
the'foregoing, give the terminal fa- I Beach. processing taxes than they "By gosh" said the man, "thereIS
cilities available or which may be Monticello; George F. Westbrook,I I out in benefit
Funeral services were conductedby were pay- a terrible depression on. I had
made available for these activities. Clermont; and Daniel McCarty, I Rev. Fred L. Martin of the Pa- ments. no idea that a college education

In addition to the foregoing information Fort Pierce. J. A. Tenada. Jr., State I hokee Methodist Church at the I The crop, he said, pretty well I could be so valuable In business."

is especially desired on Director and S. Lehr Miller, State I cemetery in Port lIayaccaYednes' pays for itself the first year and in -="Peep Sights" in Winter Haven

the drainage and Irrigation of land FDA Supervisor of the Farm Security -, day afternoon. the several following years before Herald.
already developed and economic Administration, both of'I Among the out of town relatives I replanting is necessary the grower
benefits resulting therefrom; the members and friends present at the funeral stands a good opportunity to realizea Streets and storm sewers in
officio ,
Gainesville, are ex I
amount of water required per acre the latter serving as Executive Sec were Mr. and Mrs. George Arnette nice profit. I.Tampa were severely damaged last
for the irrigation of land for vari- and children of Jacksonville Russell I
retary. week by exceptionally heavy
ous kinds of crops; additional land federal-state Arn.ette of New Smyrna, Wal- THINK THIS OVER
which will be cultivated in the To date this pro- lace Arnette of Orlando, Mrs. Louis that caused washouts in every sec-.
gram has resulted in the adjustment I
next 10 and the next 20 years; sug- of $5,715,295 of debts for 2317 I Lethingwell of Kansas City, Mr. Once upon a time a man open- tion of the city. City engineers

gestions for the elimination of for- Florida farmers operating 182,663 and Mrs. P. Lethingwell Zanetta ed up a hamburger stand fixed It worked day and night to repair

est fires; and whether or not the acres. The settlements have been Les and Adair Lethingwell of Miami up spic and span, put out a big at- the damage as rains continued over
of flood (excess) waterson Rhodesof
discharge Mr. and Mrs. Luther
effected principally through exten- tractive sign, hired a couple of good the weekend. Accompanying electri-
the undeveloped sections of the Miami and Phil Lethingwell of
sion agreements and reductions in looking waitresses and 'conducted a
Everglades are desired; if so, to Miami. cal storms played havoc with power .
connection with refinancing, the I I big advertising campaign in the "
what extent may canals already several houses and
lines and
latter type accounting, for a saving i newspaper. Business rolled in ,end
constructed be used for that purpose of '$1,031,916.: Tax payments in 740 LaBelle Marketi i i I he was filled with joy until his son buildings were struck by lightning.
will additional canals .be constructed
of the totaled $151,738. I
cases, ,
by local, interests. I There are no charges for the or- (Continued From Page 1)') I II ,.

Oral' statements: will be' heard, ganization's services, and any farmer -I
but for accuracy of "record all im=: of Hendry County desiring assist- putting finishing touches on the ,

portanr facts and arguments shouldbe ance in working out, his debt prob-I livestock division. The Chamber'' of IIIIII

submitted in writing, as the lems may apply either to a committee Commerce committee and the market *JtOM$ .
records of the hearing will be for- member or to Walter W. Shaf- committee are working on sev- R-RF I

warded for consideration by the fer, County Supervisor of the Farm eral plans for obtaining a generous

War Department. Written statements Security Admnistration, at his of- water supply, either, by piping city
may be handed in to the dis- Fla. buildings or digginga IUIIJ
fice in Fort Myers, water into the
trict engineer, Col. Lewis H. Watkins -
a v\ The WPA made no provision
at the hearing, or mailed to Claiming the best tax collection I in the setup for either water or (5'l \

him beforehand.Is record in the nation, the town' of' lights and it is up to the county,

Palm Beach collected ,all but $22 on city and civic organizations to bear

Your Subscription Paid a tax roll of $500,000. this expense.

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Report of Condition of :;: Our Direct-Reduction Home

around the town where the larvae

| FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON :: may breed. ..- Loan Plan, each monthly payment

X No: loss, of stock has been ,reported I "'fII''f "ESt 1. of the I loan. That
:!|: of Clewiston in the State of Florida at the :;: in'Clewiston but six' head were \! ooN YONT"N cance
said to have been killed by the CE"M ""T>\o\J" part is goneyou pay no interest: :

close of business June 30, 1 1939 :!: mosquitoes in the Ritta area Sunday s o z"d on .It-- and you are tl1;lot much nearer -
of mosquitoes \
'.' .'. night. The swarms C
.*' .:. are very uncommon and the i :oucTlotJ debt-free home ownership. Ask

; ASSETS :? first good wind that comes is' ex- R\-\orn\ o'l\ and you shall receive further good
pected to blow them away. A
:i: Loans and discounts .................................... $ 59,359.56 ;.i.i t' r-- news about our home loan plan.
United States Government obligations, :::

*i: direct and guaranteed ............................ : '. 83,900.00 + Beardsley Is-
.> Obligations of States and political subdivisions ,:i '. :::

X ...................................................... ::1--: ,:<-.', 15,787.67 .,:. (Continued From Page One) .
?> Cash, balances with other banks, including 'I. ': tJ :i: Clewiston Federal d
< reserve balances, and cash items in profit- Savingsand
: 'pro- ; the crop can be made very
.;. cess of collection ......_...........:..................... : ':' 233,235.16' ::: able to Florida growers but also .
<. Bank premises owned -.....................:.....:...$3,185.70 ::: out some of the difficulties < ;;.
:i: furniture and fixtures ................................$1,546.93 4,732.63 + which.pointed are encountered in growingcane. Loan Association
.:. Real estate owned other than' bank premises' 5,389.01 ::: '

*:' Other assets, Prepaid Insurance ................ 48l'.77 .:. .

..:.. TOTAL ASSETS' ....................................................402885.80 :?i: I I:0................:..: :. ,.. .:.. .., .: .. .:..:..:..;,
: : :
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.i. LIABILITIES ..'j; ::: : : .: .: :. :. .: : : ::..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : :H.>N/: : :N//HN. :N:N NN, :":":":".'
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:1'; Demand deposits of individuals, partner- '..< ::: +11 x
*:] ships and corporations ............................ ., iVr., *' 243,479.77 .:. .:..:. : :
Time i :!:::
< deposits of individuals, partnerships ::
: i
*:' and corporations ...................,.................... ,' 57.00 .:. :::: ANELECTRIC
:*: Deposits of United States Government (in- ., .;. u. ENJOY

eluding postal savings) ............................' 10,000.00 ::1: : :" TVA
:*, Deposits of States and political subdivisions 104,767.36 +2 A :i' ;: .:: !:*
<. Other deposits (certified and officers'} ::: i

:;. checks, etc.) ...............................................: :; ., 218.01 + ALL :'-',' '.:..:.
.{. TOTAL DEPOSITS ............................$358,522.14, ':' .!..:. ':": 'i: : \ : F! ,.' :::i:
** Other liabilities ::: > .,
: Dividends payable July :t: s : ....
.-. 1st, 1939 ..,.......?..............................;......... ,,;",:, 750.00 ,* .:.... A.";.. *,,v' 11, ..' ; HOME ;.'/>' ,.:,;7". '" y: .::* I
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:i: TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including .!;\ ::: : i ,, ,t. ,,. .: ;
; :::: ;-"" ;o--P ..\ "
w ,
<. subordinated obligations shown below) ......... ..<..:... $359,272.14 :.i i: ; I'. "' <,.:.. '" t :d' .' : :;::::
.. _JJ7
, '... .;.' I.' .:. ::::
::: CAPITAL ACCOUNTSV' ':.,-. ..:. xx

Capital : .. .. ... .. .. \: .o1', 15,000.00 i servant that : :j:
X Surplus'r::::::::: ::::::: :: : :: :: : ::? : : :: :: ::::::; ;. 20,000.00: : ::1:1::: @ Electricity is the modern servant; a ; ;

...j.. Undivided profits ..........................................:-.1 .; *";,/'\-?', ."',:' 8613.66 .';.. :::: takes care of both the work} and the pleasures of ,the' :;:.:;:.:

%:i TOTAL' CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ......... ',: 43,613.66 ::::.: It:::::: I home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently SY:!:::!*..;*..

**..*. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL :i: IIt:; !: and economically." :.:::.:::

T COUNTS ..........................._...................$402,885.80 ':;' :::i:
*:* This bank's capital consists of $ none of capital notes and ::: @ One will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or !*:!:::
.;:. debentures; first preferred stock with total par value of $ none, .;. penny
total retirable value $ none; second preferred stock with total par ::. :;::%i: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ::::
;:. value of $ none, total retirable value $ none; and common. stock ::: ; ; is ::::
:> with total par value. of $15,000.00. 'i' XV your radio for ,most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY \ : 1 1I

% MEMORANDA: ." :i::: I:?::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :;::!:f

:. Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value)":, :::I .. ; :..:.*
,*:* (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and ::, .: '1' That .IS why it is so easy 'to have and enjoy .a h.:" :'.
.:. guaranteed, to andY .. .*?*;: 'W i..
pledged secure deposits '
.. : .:.,:. :: ;
other liabilities ........................:............:. .;.t.........$66,500.00 .;;': .:..!.. that is all electric and modern. .:.:!:

_;. TOTAL ...............?. ...................................................$66,500.00. 'i': :.i::..::::. :.:i'i.:.:::
:x: Subordinated obligations:. :i::. .t'';' A
.:. (a) On date of report the required legal reserve 'i. Vy. .. .% :
.i. against deposits of this bank was .............:..........71704.42 ::. :'** IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV.. ; :i:
::: (b) Assets reported above which were eligible a-j .5;: :: ELECTRICITY .:..:.

.;. legal reserve amounted to _...........................:.......250735.16 :i iy ., :::'i. ..:...0.:..'
... .:. .:..'t...

.:i:: I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly ::: l;:; ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :H:

+;. swear that the above statement is true and tliat it fully and :=. \ ..::....!:..
;: correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein .:' Ix:: ......
:+:: contained d and set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief. .;:" :..!.

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:!: ','\ C. V. PARKINSON, ,1: :j:" :.?'.' ,.;::: .'., ,.'- .......;, .. ; .-'. ". AV ", ..' ,.',. ., ';....'.' .'t"....:'.
R. E. KURTZ :. 'i' iiI
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:?:: JOHN S. COTTRELL. ::[: ::::::

:: State of Florida County of Hendry, ss: v .:j j.i. Co. n
.. \.G'ades' Power and light I!
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of July, 1939 :;
:=i: and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this .; &
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bank. :
: :
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.:: (SEAL) E. J. Shelley, Notary Public. :: '" :
.:. Notary Public,' State of Florida at Large .;;. ':'.::.
::: My Commission Expires Jan 17, 1942. :rXy .
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