The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00745
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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 28, 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
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System ID: UF00028415:00745
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I VOLUME :18, NUMBER 34 _, .__-= ___ .

Much Interest' Is Shown. Pompano Here/ To Next Play, SundayThe I, LaBelle Market Opening

:I At ,Engineers'. Hearing Clewiston baseball team of Scheduled WednesdayRoyal

the South Florida League will meet -

I I the Pompano team in a double ,header o BARBECUE AND DANCE TO :

MOST SECTIONS F A B. I. Investigates on the local diamond next ,Sun- Building New FEATURE PROGRAM OF

WATER TABLE Louisiana Growers Both teams have improved since Lumber WarehouseThe

the first half and two very interest-
LaBelle-W. C. Evans, president
The bearing conducted at I ing games are expected. :! be- of the Hendry County, Chamber of \
I Royal LUIl'berCompa
Clewlston school Wednesday by The Federal Bureau of Investiga Commerce will be ,master of cere-,
gan construction last week of a; new
U. S. Engineers for the monies and Louis O. GraTelY will:'"
inquiries last week intc
began lumber warehouse and office im-
receiving data for possible PALM BEACH FIRM deliver the address of welcome at
d violations of wage and hour mediately north of the present office -
al work In the Structure the celebration marking the open-
hatchee flood control areas and child labor laws In building. The new ing of the livestock division of La-
r. will be fifty by a hundred feet and
) one of the best attended sugar cane fields of Louisiana LOW BIDDERS ON Belle's new State Livestock and
is scheduled for completion early in
of the kind held since the ;, benefit payment checks to produce market to take place Wed-
August. It will cost approximately
of governmental work In the nesday, August 2, at the market
)' growers of the state are be- LOCK IN ST. LUCIECleary 4000.
and a unity of purpose was grounds on state highway 164 one
Fourteen feet off the front end
ent which far exceeded ;; held up by govern- block south of the West Palm Beach ..
of the building will be used for office -
ever seen in the past. pending the outcome' of these highway and within a stone's throw
.'space to be divided into two
Delegations were present Brothers Construction I of the courthouse. Arrangements
office rooms and toilets.
almost every ,community In Stories of virtually forced labor, Company of West Palm Beach sub- The framework of the structureis are being made to feed 5,000 visitors -

I area and many of those present small children working mitted the low: bid of $642,765 expected from all parts of the
wages wood placed on concrete pile
Interesting oral testimony. Still the cane fields, threats, intimi- Thursday for the construction of foundation. The sides and roof will state, and a dance starting at 9 p*.

era submitted voluminous and coercion by planters khe new St. Lucie Lock No. 1 at m. will top the day's activities. The
be of galvanized iron and the front,
in writing dealing with needed been told to agents of the the site of present lock No. '2 eight will be finished with asbestos-ce free barbecue will follow opening
in the area and with } exercises to begin promptly at 10
Stuart. The bids
rtment of agriculture. miles west of were ment siding, building will providea
. of ,the cross-state waterway o'clock and will precede the livestock -
) in the district engineer of-
150 specific complaints were fil opened I ten-foot clearance to the ceiling.It .
Fort Myers and Fort Pierce.: auction scheduled to start at
by officers after Interviewing fice at Jacksonville with several en- is planned to tear out the office -
Col. Lewis H. Watkins, of workers. "Shocking I glneers from the local sub-office quarters in the present buildingas 1. p. m.Among.

U. S.. Engineer, conducted the of workers was said to present for the, opening. soon as, the move .is made Into the most prominent officials -

Ing and was assisted by G. S. been disclosed., The charges I Thirteen bids were made which new quarters and use the old building -' of the state department of

ley and O. H. Roberts also not been proved. I ranged upward from the Cleary low for lumber storage_ entirely. agriculture and government relief
the district office and in : the highest[ activities who will be featured a?
Pending the outcome, of the In- figure to $1,029,871,
the project reports. Other which may, mean the which was filed by the Centau Con- proposed speakers during the morn-

representatives: present were (Continued on Page 4) struction Company of New York: ing program are Nathan Mayo ,of

Peyton, principal engineer .in i City. The low bid was well within GROWERS RECEIVE Tallahassee, state commlsloner of

of all state projects, Carawan the engineer estimate of $714,355but agriculture and Roy Schroeder of

son, head of the Clewiston contract will not be awarded Jacksonville, Florida WPA admln-

fice, C. C. Schrontz, hydraulic SPEAKS ATKIWANISMEETING until the bid Is approved in the BENEFIT PAYMENTSSugar strator. Other officials who will be

igneer, Col. G. E. Brown of division office at Richmond and by jailed upon for brief talks are 'L.

Miami sub-office and his ,, the Chief of Army Engineers In 1M. Rhodes, director of the state

G. R. Coslow, and several I Washington.The cane growers in Glades, narketing bureau, A. P. Spencer,
of the local engineer staff. Palm Beach and Hendry counties
lock will replace the rice director of the agricultural extension -
Herr, secretary and engineer new received checks last Friday totalling service, William L. Wilson,
the Okeechobee Flood Dr. R. V. Allison, with the state I two existing locks in the St. Lucie 664762.45 benefit payments lirector of farmers' state marketmreaus

Board' also assisted- in the. I service a( _the University 'canal between the Lake east coast Okeechobee and while and from the federal government under W. T. Nettles, district

of the hearing. Florida in Gainesville, was the Stuart 'on the same the AAA program which pro rates igent of the extension service, Walter -

The first person to give speaker at the regular meet- the chamber is practically back to the growers a processingtax J. Sheely agent in animal husbandry -

following the opening of the I of the Kiwanis Club at the Inn as in the locks already completedon at on refined sugar collected by and J. N. McBride, commercial -

ing! by 'Col. Watkins, was evening. Dr. Allison was the cross-state waterway ,. the government from the refiners. :; and agricultural agent of the
and Ortona, the entire -
.. Jackson, of Tampa, attorney Clewiston to attend the Engineer Moore Haven The United States Sugar Corpo- seaboard Air Line railway. Followng -

\ I Lykes Brothers, 'Inc.. who which had been conducted project will be, the largest I ration, with the greater part of the I the speaking there will be a
in entire flood
structure the
" ,.,' out the need for mpr ,that day. -' acreage in, cane In, the Everglades tourof the market and inspection
" .{ existing: canals" in the norttt :I In his talk ,Dr' Allison outlined I program.: construction The'present bid of was the only lock: also received the greater part of the or stock. 'The barbecue dinner :will '

..... area, namely the FIsheaJing plan for reclamation of, the I for the include the benefit payments, said "to have been b>e served from 11:30 until 12:45
outlet and the Harney Pond as given in a recent ad chamber and did something over a half million dol-

P. E. Willoughby, before the senate agricultural long steel and concrete spillway and lars. The thirteen independent growers icon.
machinery which will Manager J. C. Jackson has eu-
the Atlantic Coast'Line' In Washington and 'which iydro-electric, in the area received the balance, Umatillato

next spoke and mentioned the the deciding factor .in the appro i I be ,let as '''separate contracts. come: as high as $16,000. The pay- aged; conduct A. C.the McNurlen auction of and L. A.

C for diversion of ,certain waters by Congress of ,$75,000 to I Among other bids submitted were ments averaged approximately $63 Buckle and his crew of Kissimmeehave
the lower Caloosahatchee. He in state funds Spadaro Contracting Company of and the independent -
8)F. a like amount : those by per acre cane volunteered to assist' the local
that he believed that the Grande and Moore in about 1500
a thorough survey of the area.: of Boca growers have boys in getting started right on,

ready had sufficient Dr. Allison was for many years I Haven, $657,762;, Hardaway Con- acres. their first sale. L. H. Lewis of Jacksonville -

,facilities without adding I of the state experimental sta tracting Company of Columbus, Ga., The benefit, payments are given state marketing specialist,

transportation.J. I I at Belle Glade and has made $664,479, Paul H. Smith Construction subject to a compliance on, the I I is on the ground cooperating with

: P. Warren, thorough study of soil conserva- Company of Miami, $671,948and part of the growers with the gov- County Agent Grover C. Hodge,' the

the large electric plant of the work in the ,Everglades. Briefly the Espy Paving and Construc- ernmental program including wage ( and producers of this "and

ida Light and Power plan is to flood the uncultivated tion Companyof Savannah, $672- 5nd hour provisions,. child labor adjacent manager counties to make the InItial -

Dania next called attention of the 'glades to allow nor- 662. laws, soil conservation practicesand sale a big success Manager

lack of water in the canals, soil building to continue and limitation of 'acreage. Jackman urges stockmen to have

cooling ,purposes in the plant the same time prevent destruc- The benefit payments, were received their loads in Wednesday morningas

the past year and the resultant by fire and raise the -tempera W. P. A. Earnings in Moore Haven by County early as possible to avoid last

caused by this lack of during C. Hodge who is in chargeof
ages over the entire area Agent G. minute crowding and confusion, and
both in efficiency of the plant winter. This would be done by Slashed In June the soil conservation programfor also asks 'that all cattle promised

damaged electrical machinery. a higher water table sugar cane growers for the AAA:I for the auction be supplied in order -

tinuation of such a Lake Okeechobee and cleaning In the three counties affected. Full! that buyers who 'have been informed -

said: will mean a much existing canals so that the Earnings of Florida WPA workers credit is given Mr. Hodge by the I I ,.as to the quantity of livestock -

He recommended a could be more effectively sagged sharply again during officials of the U., S. Sugar Corporation to expect may not be dis

the water supply, regulating In cultivated areas he visions June and appeared to be headed for and the independent- cane growers -: appointed. Owners will be priv-

ways and more equitable possible ,water control by gravity I further slashes 'as works officials for the manner in which he' eleged to "no sale" their stock if

tion of water. which will prove most satin prepared to drop about 9,000 persons handled the compliance' program to the price is not equal to what they

Col. Watkins next explained i who have been .on the' rolls expedite the receipt of checks. Acreage worth,' Jackman stated. 'He also

the 'aid of several charts Another visitor at the meeting continuously for"18 months or more. was checked promptly and worksheets are has been promised a carload of
been arranged for the Roy Fisher of West Palm State Administrator Roy Schroder filled out in an efficient horses and a few hogs ,for the opening
flood control work and ",whose orchestra has played said the total June payroll amounted manner which made the Florida sale.

an effort had been made to of times at functions in I I to $1,531,469 or $280,428 less growers among the first to, receive I' The chamber of commerce Is

a maximum no greater than Clewlston. He, entertained Kiwan- than May. This also was a declinesof i I checks. sponsoring the entertainment, and

teen feet and a minimum ians with three saxophone solos $33,000 since January 1, 1939. it its several committees Is

than, f/urteen feet. He also with Mrs. John H. Doty accompany- State WPA officials said they 1 To Be i through bending every effort to make the
New Tags
out that a recent survey were listing about 300 to 400 per On the

I the old Everglades sons a day who had been on the Black I opening a committee grand success.are Grover C.
ing.W. I' White On publicity
trict canals to be in bad I rolls uninterruptedly for 18 months and Keath-
O. Gravely
L. Wynn Buys ''Hodge, 'Louis
ta about
offering no way explained
and They
more. O.
or / Bowden. W. C. Evans, Louis
]J ley
". of overflow water from the 4,000 would be dropped by July 31 C. Hodge makeup
In Clewiston motoristswill Gravely and Grover
He asked at this time. for and other thousands in August. Tallahassee' committee. The
plans on this work. Thereafter such reductions will' "get it in black and white"when the program committee
I 1940 entertainment
of the reach th they purchase their au regular
I R. V. Allison Gainesville W. L. Wynn of Belle Glade, MI- continue as other workers ]'tomobile tags for state motor vehicle made up of J. O. Alderman, Dennis

of Florida in ami Herald carrier for this area,, 18 months status. I commissioner D. W. FIndley announced Small, R. N. Miller, D. W. Dough-
out that continuous
this by pointing this week purchased lot 10 in block While the law provides this week that next year'5tags erty and G. R. Lant is cooperatingwith
had recently be
service employes can which
wh ch committee
Street on special
\ the
369 on Sagamore white numerals 01 ,
$75,000 to match a like Is located a four-room frame dwelling signed after 30 Jays, it was explained will have ncludes Sam Heath, Harry C. De-
for a comprehensive survey this does not mean many a black McCor-
T. E. McCall, D. G.
occupied at this time by will be made at tin Laney, H.
asked permission eact The tags
and back since
area will get their jobs I and Frank McClenlthan to
Markette.It placed
order was
mit complete report ,later. fill actual i State Prison and
85 that Mr."ynn must be recertified to any the barbecue and dance
is understood will be placer put over
of New ex"1st. 550,000
Baker for
John S. which may feed
the big
invest quota vacancy donated for
purchased this home as an I and beeves
ecutive director of the on sale in the of Asa
to move the courtesy
ment and does not plan of official cars .w111 ome: through
Boclatlon of Audubon There also appeared to be little I The plates Weathersbee
of I here in the immediate future. black figures on a white bad Townsend, James
next heard. He spoke opportunity for employing new have Tones( & McDaniel, Jim Hargrove of
t est in wildlife of the SALES SUCCESSFUL workers- to replace those who maybe I ground, Findley Venus, J. B. Hendry, Cary Carlton,

and urged that sufficient dropped since the Florida[ quota directedthe 3ob Roberts, Cecil Jackman, Lykes
Fred P. Cone
maintained for wild Arcadla.-SuccE'SS of the Arcadia[ has been trimmed by Washington I Governor Board to take up 3rothers, Ralph Hendry, Dyess

to furnish cover for all State Livestock Market since its (to 36,040 persons for July. This Is State Welfare the task of checking Roberts, Silver Lake ranch and
the Immediately
wildlife. He explained over-all figure that must in are. not available -
Florida of the recent opening is little short of! an and certifying relief needs of thoU' ethers whose names .
ance to recorded elude not only the regular WPA time.
f phenominal. With five sales Floridians dropped from at this
of wildlife and quoted a but also employesof rands of and manager -
during the period from May 31 I project workers under the 18-month rule. The market committee
Roosevelt rolls
from President Number One undertakings following
cattlemenof the Federal fixed the
and together
to July 11, farmers Recertification Is necessary and
his Interest in the served by the market and those assigned to ac- to be charged for service: Indi-
the area need established before the ees
lem. have pocketed an average of $7.288"a I U'\'lt1eR of other federal agencies,, their be re-entered on the rolls,. (Continued on Page 8)
't H. L. Mossberger sale (Continued on Page 4)) can .
Lrfj .(Continued on Page ) ,.

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Social Security Amendments,' QUESTIONS_

Pave Way for 1940 Elections Quick Baking.-Fruit: and berr>

pies with lattice-style tops ,require
less baking time than the regular

By Wooing Townsend VotersEDITOR'S two-crust: pies
r .

Keep Oils Cool.-Store.oils, suchas
( NOTE-When 'opinonse! expressed in these',columns, 'they olive or vegetable, in the re-

are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) frigerator. They are likely to be-

Released by Western Newspaper Union. ___ ____ k i %: .,iYJsT come rancid when opened unless

Said WPA Administrator F. C. they are kept chilled.
Harrington to congress: "It is my
PensionsMany recommendation that persons em- Usefor Leftovers.Leftoverrice

and a few ployed on WPA be required to or macaroni mixed with
a elected work 130 hours'a month and that cooked meatmakes a good filling
Democratic legislators were
last November on the promise that earnings of such persons be on a for green peppers or tomatoes.The .
monthly ,basis ." latter need to be cooked, only*
Dr.. Francis E. Townsend's $200-a- '
month pension plan-to be financedby :Saidcongress: O.,K. 20 minutes in- moderate; oven.

a 2 per cent transaction tax- Said more than 100,000 reliefers, r S'rA

would get a hearing. Hearing it going on strike: Congress must re-., Hooked Rug HavingA

got, but little else. Yet Townsendites store union wages.

are potent enough to cause plen: Said President ,Roosevelt: .You Gay Flower Motif ,
ty of trouble in next year's election. cannot strike against the govern-
'. "" T ''-*?-' '.,
But strike theydid. :In Minneapolis Mt. : | tjtltV

two lay dead after riots. Mayor

George ,E. Leach asked Washington, r I A f

fad .4o ii } to "clean up the mess."

President Roosevelt found himselfon I
a spot with both A. F. of L. andC.
.. I
; I. 0., who have helped elect both
him and his friends. But both congress -

and the White House appar-

ently stuck to their guns despite
bellowing by John Lewis and Wil- .4
liam Green. Commented the Cincin-
nati Enquirer: "The American peo-
Recipes Below.
ple have a great deal of patience rxr

with the unfortunate and needy. But Cold Cuts for VarietyFor beaten egg white, and mix lightly
they' have little patience with'the with salad ingredients. Serve in

ungrateful ." salad bowl.
a help-yourself-party (or almost -
Luncheon Slices.
EUROPE: any other lunch or sapper) few (Serves 4-5) ; ;
foods rival in popularity a platterOf
5 slices of sandwich loafinch
Visitors Paris "
to "cold cuts. Designed to tempt thick) _

Mid-July found Europe in pre=:(dog the appetite, and to provide inter- 1 egg (beaten) r./1/
esting variety, this goodtOlookatand -
day doldrums. Adolf Hitler'was reported Fine crumbs
DR. TOWNSEND by the Chicago Tribune's Sig- good-to-eat dish is a summer Dip meat in beaten egg and then

Beaten, but the ghost stiU haunts. rid Schultz as consulting the starsto I favorite.! in crumbs. Fry'in deep fat, heatedto
guide his decisions. Propaganda I Salami, liver sausage, thin slices 380 degrees, until golden brown.
To satisfy the pension 'vote, to pro-: Minister Joseph Goebbels fumed I of flavorsome boiled ham, and Serve with sauteed pineapple rings,
vide weapons for next year's Demo- over the anti-Nazi letter England'sStephen corned beef or
Rarebit Sandwich
cratic campaign based on "humani- sandwich slices ,Filling.
King-Hall was writing in
tarianism" and to soothe tax-eaten I wholesale lots to "dear German \ make an aUrac711Ij % pound dried beef
1 American
businessmen, the senate passed tive and delicious pound cheese
I readers. combination. Wa- ,1 cup condensed tomato soup Pattern 2207.Here's .
amendments to the social securityact
Biggest news in Paris however '-
Grind the dried beef and the
fer-thin slices of I.
which, if approved by the house, ) hooked
was Bastille day, 150th anniversaryof cheese small cheese in a food chopper. Add soup a scatter 'rug
would: the French revolution. Hobnob- '" and and blend well. This may be keptin made of yarn or rags in any,size
(1) Broaden old age insurance to bing on the reviewing stand with sweet pickles the for several you wish. Do the flowers in bright
< ,refrigerator
include 1,100,000 persons like seamen radish roses with weeks. odds and ends. Pattern 2207 con-;

and bank employees, and step up sprigs of watercress complete the tains a transfer pattern of a motif
the starting date from 1942 to 1940. platter. Salami Salad.
15 by 20% inches; directions for t
(2) Require states to supply $10 These same cold meats have other (Serves 5) doing hooking; color 'chart and
per month for, each pension bene- uses, too., For example, cubes of, 1 cup 'salami (cut in cubes)

ficiary, the U. S. to match state salami add zest to 'a green salad, 2 cups cabbage, (shredded) key.Send 15 cents in coins for this ;;Y

funds 2 to 1 up to a total pension of corned beef makes a tasty casserole l'cup raw spin- pattern to The Sewing Circle ..
$15 month i.e. 'a total meal and slices of boiled ham ach (shredded) I
per ; monthly Needlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Ave.,
minimum of $25. NdiiITk1I combine with cream cheese and t' Vi cup sharpAmerican New York, N. Y.

(3) Freeze the present 1 per cent chives to make a tempting and I : Please write your name, ad-
tax both unusual dish for lunch I cheese (grated)
payroll against employeesand or supper --- dress and pattern number plainly.
employers until 1943, instead of plates. % cup French

jumping to 1% per cent next year. I've chosen from my file of tested dressing
Estimated saving employers and recipes a half dozen which will add Combine salami, cabbage, and

employees: $275,000,000 annually. lew interest to your meals. I hope spinach. Add cheese to French

(4) Permit downward revision in hey may inspire you to do a little dressing, and pour over the salad There Are Two Waysto

payroll taxes to finance state unem- ___ !xperimenting on your own. ingredients. Chill thoroughly. Serve
ployment insurance. Annual savingto ,1. Corned Beef de Luxe. in large bowl lined with lettuce. Get at ConstipationYes

employers: $80,000,000.Fly (Serves 5))
Send for Copy of This Book.
in the ointment was that' the 2 potatoes (< =d and
cups This new-type ,cook book offers and only two ways-bfi/ore .
plan actually boosted federalstatecost sliced)
you a wealth of helpful hints on en- and after it happens! Instead of
while lowering taxes situa- 1 12-oz. corned beef (sliced)
a can
tertaining. Menus for parties rang- enduring those dull, tired, head-
tion which on its face fails to add up. 1 cup onions (sliced very thin)
ing from a simple Italian supperto achy days and then having fo
Though a new "contingency" social 3 hard cooked eggs
are medicine-why,
a wedding reception included. take an emergency
r ,
security reserve of $8,000,000,00Qwill -r" I 1 2 tablespoons butter
You'll find, too, practical tested rec- not KEEP regular with Kellogg'sAllBran
replace the old plan for an eventual 2 tablespoons flour
SARAH DELANO ROOSEVELTShe ipes for everything ,from appetizerto ? You can, if your constipation
reserve of $47,000,000,000, Michigan'sSen. there too. 2 cups milks dessert. Send 10 cents in coin is the kind millions have
Arthur Vandenberg figured the teas 4 teaspoon salt to Eleanor Howe, 919 North Michi- -due to the lack of "bulk In

senate had added $750,000,000 to the President Albert Lebrun as 30,000 Pepper and paprika taste gan Avenue, Chicago Ill., and get modem diets. For All-Bran goes
cost (spread over 15 years) without troops filed by were Mrs. Sarah 1 cup cheese, (grated) your copy of "Easy Entertaining"now. right to the cause of this troubleby

providing any method of paying. Delano Roosevelt, mother of the U. S. % cup buttered bread crumbsIn j supplying the"bulk"you need.

President, British War Secretary a greased casserole place al- (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Eat this toasted nutritious cerealeverydaywithmilkorcream
ASIA: Leslie Hore-Belisha and many an- ternate layers of potatoes, corned ,

Exit Britain? other English notable. beef and onions. Cut the eggs in Vacuum Cleaner With or baked into muffins-drink

Keynoted Premier Edouard Da- two, crosswise, and push into the Clean Dust Bag BestA plenty of water, and see If your
One hot day in Tokyo workers at ladier: "We menace no one. We mixture, cut side'up. Make a white vacuum cleaner with a clean life isn't a whole lot brighter

the British embassy heard 'a storm dream of no conquest. We desire sauce of the butter, flour, milk and dust bag does the best cleaning job, Made Kellogg's in Battle Creek.
brewing outside. Soon a mob that ,Add the cheese to the Sold by
only peace among all people ." seasonings. studies at Purdue university experi- every grocer.
numbered 15,000 began throwing sauce and pour over all. Sprinkle ment station show. ,For best serv-
stones and denouncing "British in- buttered bread crumbs the top
LOUISIANA: over ice the bag should be emptied after
tervention in China," "British im- and bake in a moderate (375 de- the
perialism in Asia" and "British sup- IndictmentsOut gree) oven for approximately 30 each daily use. Never Benefit of Reading:

port of the murderer, Chiang Kai-' of its cell at Baton 'Rouge minutes or until browned and heat- bag, as it that,destroys. the finish that He who loves reading has everything -
shek who is Chinese keeps dustproof.How within his reach. He has
generalissimo. ed through.
walked a parish grand jury to plump much dust a machine draws '
The day before two hand but to desire, and he may possess
gre- down the makings of a scandal that Ham and Cheese Pinwheels. from a the studies indicate depends -
nades had been thrown into the Brit- rug himself of species of wis-
started with Louisiana State university's (Serves 4) partly on how fast it is pushed
ish consulate at Tsingtao. Spreading I President dom to judge and power to per-
James Monroe 3-ounce package cream cheese back and forth. Most machines
down the coast, Japan's block Smith, spread to include two of his 1% tablespoons mayonnaise clean best if they'are moved at a :form.William Godwin.For .

ade of British concessions isolated aides and finally caught in its net 1 tablespoonchives speed of from one to two feet a

Hongkong.In Dr. Clarence A. Lorio who is presi- (minced) I second. quick relief always

such a tense atmosphere Brit- dent of the Louisiana Medical so- 4 slices boiled ;:., '...f"ham ) Naturally, the machine should not Muscular use this accurate aspirin,

ish Ambassador Sir Robert Leslie ciety and a state senator. The 29 po r. :;I be allowed to pick up pins, tacks, or Aches St.Jseph

Craigie opened his long-touted con- indictments hit: Combine cream W glass because these sharp objects GENUINE PURE, ASPIRINBy
versations with ''Foreign Minister Dr. Lorio, for allegedly receiving cheese, mayon- may poke holes in the bag or chip
Hachiro Arita, knowing full well no stolen property and conspiring with naise and chives the fan blades. -

settlement would be reached. Japs 300-pound George Caldwell (ousted Spread generously It is also desirable' to keep the Deeds ,-
demand that Britain ,cease support- LSU construction superintendent) in on the slicesof 'machine in a clean place, protectedfrom An upright minister asks, what
ing General Chiang and abandon her embezzling $249 in school building boiled ham. Roll each slice firm- dirt and dust. recommends a man; a corrupt

"anti-Japanese policy in China," materials. ly, wrap in wax paper and chill. minister, who.-C. C. Colton.

which would constitute complete Caldwell, on two counts alleging When ready to serve, cut the rolls Many, Electric Outlets
surrender of all her Asiatic inter- embezzlement of LSU building ma- into slices A inch thick. Arrangeon

ests. Britain, on the other hand, in- terials worth $2,097. He is already a bed of watercress and serve Important to Kitchen For MALARIAFor

sists that discussions shall deal only under federal charges of diverting with French dressing. When electric outlets are being .
with the original conflict over the WPA materials for private over 70 years,
use. Ham and Cabbage Slaw. planned in a new house for lamps, thousands of people have
Tientsin blockade. E. N. Jackson, LSU business man- (Serves 4-5) clocks and radios, the kitchen is Upon by their purchases that they

RELIEF ager, charged (with Caldwell) with 3 cups cabbage (finely shredded) often neglected. It has more uses I proven consider Wintersmith's the best

: embezzling $480 in school materials, 4 cup green pepper (cut in sliv- 'for plugs than any other room. ; Tonic for :Malaria. Wintersmith'smust
'Ungrateful' and separately with receiving stolen ers) Within reasonable limits; there be good-or else it wouldn'tbe

property. 1 cup boiled ham (cut in slivers) cannot be too many appliance out- I sold all over the South and in
Old WPA regulations provided un- Dr. Smith, charged on 23 counts, 1 teaspoon onion (minced) lets in the kitchen. In this room 21 foreign countries! If you have
ion wages for skilled workmen, who 12 of them with forgery 11 with I I bottle and
Vz teaspoon salt electricity is used both for lightingand ;Malaria, get a today,
thus labored fewer hours for their altering minutes of the board of su- % teaspoon white pepper for motivating power. follow the directions on the label.WINTERSMTW .
monthly pay than did unskilled re- pervisors so he could (1) borrow % cup salad dressing Consumption of current: varies.

liefers. Example: Union carpenters $500,000 from three banks; (2) add 1 egg white (beaten) widely with kitchen appliances, and I S
might work 53 hours a month and $3,600 "bonus" to his yearly $15,000 Combine cabbage, green pepper, special attention should be given to 0.

pick up odd jobs on the side; common salary; (3) allow Caldwell 2 per ham and onion. Add salt and pep- the load the outlet is expected to I TONIC

ditch-diggers might work 121 cent commission on all WPA con- per. Fold.salad dressing into stiffly carry,
hours for the
same-rnoney.: struction at T.SU




lj, .


C 'Not 'So Hot! Weather's Warm UNIFORM IMPROVED, INTERNATIONAL-- I ASK MEANOTHER "Th A Offering Quiz With Information Answers

But These People Know Tricks SUNDAY L esson I ..f on Various_ SubjectsThe ,

l' Dean of The Moody Blbl. Institute Questions The Answers
of Chicago.
H (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 1. What does the nautical term 1. Lifting the anchor so the ship

"anchors aweigh" mean? may proceed.
Lesson for July 30 2." Are any tin mines operated 2. The only tin mine now operating

"the United States? in the United States is located

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected 3.. What is meant by biO- at Lincolnton, N.. C.

and of Religious t Education by InternationalCouncil ; used by genesis? 3. Natural generation of ,life
permission. 4. What is the world's. annual .from life.
income? 4. Estimated at, $300,000,000,000.
JEHOSHAPHAT: A LIFE OF 5. >How many states were represented 5. Twelve. Rhode Island did

OBEDIENCE when the Constitution was not send a, delegate.
adopted? 6. Because of the heavy trans

/i7 LESSON TEXT-II Chronicles 17:1-8. 912. 6. Which releases 'more mois- piration that takes place in trees,
A! GOLDEN TEXT-But seek ye first the tUre' into the air, an acre of a an acre of forest 'reie 'ses more
kingdom of God and his righteousness
!, Matthew 6:33.Obedience. lake or an acre .of forest? moisture than an acre of lake.
is one of the old-fash-
ioned virtues which has been pushed Gay and Interesting
s 9 i Y; y Qern aside in our present mad rush of
for CushionsBy
self-expression. It needs to be revived Designs 1

) 4 > if we are to have a happy,
4 contented, and useful people. The RUTH'WYETHI'SPEARS 1

lesson for today affords an excellent TEAR MRS SPEARS: I like 1

opportunity to give class membersa to make interesting cushionsin 1 I 1
right perspective. Many regard
r summer bright cotton cov-
obedience as something which is exacted -
ered, ones and silk covers in the 1KO 1
s by those who desire to have 1 1
winter. The cost is nothing as I 1
authority over us, but as a matterof find that after the waists of
b fact it is a principle establishedby
t t k'From dresses are worn out, there are
God for and
the right orderly still parts of the skirts that,, are
conduct of life the observation of
good enough to give long wear
which results in and :
late blessing pros when made into these covers.J. .
mid-July to Augustmost
I perity, and the ignoring of which "
of America expects its warm brings chaos fighting bitterness
Thanks Mrs..J. B. for that
the has jr)4tr
est weather although sun : and disappointment. Obedience to
gestion, and here are two covers
already started its return trip to parents, to the law of man, and to
that might like to try. To
the southern hemisphere. But en- the law of God should be taught and you
make the contrasting edge for the
terprising and uninhibited Ameri exemplified by us, even as it was by
Jehoshaphat. Obedience in his life
cans have found many ways to -

escape.the heat. For example: In /! made himI. : ,.., Dc E
A Good Son ( 1 3 4). ,LI p. 8
Detroit (above) as in many other vv. ROY g uJM:
crowded cities sweltering citizens: 7 'r $ He followed his father Asa and his
'it. forefather David insofar had
? ft : as they
spraying hy-
congregate followed God. Apart from God and
drants., This method is "G.1FI
most pop .. the influence of the Christian faith,
ular in New York's tenement dis : the tendency is quite the other way. r
trict. Right: A happy, young lady S krn3 J Frequently we see that'a father who 1 E

indulges in a distinctly American came up from poverty by his own 1r

summer treat. byJ diligence and ability will have a \1 D O
4 wastrel son who amounts to nothing, .

j Pd''h>:,:.$::,;%:,::wdtm'ri! %1Wf: & :'k t: :gfE@ "ijJj-m: f1 K %}' :m1 or 'even worse, one that ruins him- (1 1
I self and others. Blessed is the son r ,. If your dealer cannot supply you
who has a godly father and who has ,
1. send 20c with your dealer's name'
1.I sense enough to follow in his stepsin for a Trial Package of 48 genuine

1.I I obedience to God.II. round one, stitch two-inch strips PE-KO Jar Rings; sent prepaid.,

I A Capable Administrator (vv. together points as at A, trim; as

.: ry'n: :.,, rri 2, 5, 12). at' B clipping between the points
'' a7rJ Jehoshaphat faced real problems.The then turn side Pull
''r, ./ '+' ;:,!'y /{. right out. out EDGE
I .ti:l'k2 > :: } inlf' }'k' fry.3.4 ir, nation was prospering, but there smoothly and press, then gatheras
I IiI sd rta ,.,L,. f y were many difficult questions for- at C. Stitch to one section of JAR RUBBERS

} I eign relations and in domestic af- the cover as at D, then 'stitch the

fairs. Especially was he concerned two: sections together leaving an

-./), n 'l about their fellowship with the' sister opening for the cushion.To United States Rubber Company i(
nation of Israel. Idolatry was still make for mod-
a pattern a
'Boom ,
601,1790 Broadwar Hi*York N.I.
common in the land, _new territoryhad ernistic patchwork cover, cut a

I .r :, > fyrV to be consolidated and fortified. rectangle of paper, ,then divide it
r The man who is obedient God's into sections as shown. Use these Brief Happiness
of'rr $IO law and whose heart is lifted up to- sections as patterns to cut the The happiness of the wicked

<; 'xf'l'',.=.'=G; ward Him may expect that all his ,fabric adding a'seam allowance as flows away as a torrent.-Racine.
faculties will be stimulated, and 'at F.

r 'S that, furthermore, he will have the NOTICE: Two books for the be miserable with
% Jnr' ?
y.y / guidance of God in the discharge of price of one. Readers who have WHY
his duties. This is true not only of not secured their copies of my MALARIA

kings and national leaders, but of :?two books, SEWING, for the Home and COLDS when
Above: On the beach near each one" of us. If we trust in God Decorator; and Gifts, Noveltiesand

Gloucester, Mass., another lady and are obedient to His guidance Embroideries; should send in 6 6 6 will check MALARIA fast and

finds the temperature of 94 not He will bring about astonishing results their orders at once, before the gives symptomatic cold relief.

so bad. Left: Professor Charles in the lives of any one of us. supply is entirely disposed of. LIQUID.TABLETS.SALVE NOSE DROPS

M. Heck of North Carolina State III. A True Worshiper (vv. 3, 6). You may also have your choice of
college kept cool last summer He walked in the ways of his fore- the Patchwork Quilt-Leaflet'or the
Without Fear
making a "heat survey" from fathers in his obedience to God. A Rag Rug Leaflet FREE with or-
hath for
various levels of New York's man does not need to be a blind ders for two books; enclose 25 :.fear.Simple Whittier.duty no place
worshiper of the good old days to cents with name and address; directing -
State He
lofty Empire building.
realize that America could profit by your order to Mrs. Spears,
is shown here his
testing walking in the ways of those of our 210 S. Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill.
>, S/> new "prophesying" in- forefathers who walked with God. A GREAT BARGAINVESPER
strument to supplement Note also that
Jehoshaphat had a Our IntellectGod TEA
existing weather real personaLspiritual experience of

bureau apparatus.According his own. "His heart was lifted up has placed no limits to the

to Professor Heck, in the ways of the Lord" (v. 6). Spir- exercise of the intellect He has SO Cups -for 1O Centslj

heat rays rising from the itual exaltation makes a man better given us, on this side of the grave.
earth are absorbed by fitted to live in the daily round of -Bacon.

SS" moisture in the air and life where he must keep his feet on
the ground. There is a dearth of-
then re-radiated. Most
spiritual experiences in .
lry heat don't new personal '!rR ;::;(?; :;, ; .d k.: b.t
care '
our time. ia3.'n' : "'S%:%:. /:
i but' that's science : 'fi. .? :v'??..;?{,>\'.\ ,, .,. ., .. .
for IV.. A Wise Educator (v. 9). : .: tfao7;: : ::} : c+' { ; .t.

you. Here was a real program of relig-

J -S '/ li/y'Cr f ious education. A wise teacher

?7 knows that it is not enough to remove -
1 the bad, he must replace it

rf Lr. J 4 4 i with the good. Jehoshaphat tore
''CrY 3'r down the places of heathen worship,
but he substituted the teaching of
l r the Word of God. That kind of a
program of nation-wide Christian 1cORN
i/ ar'I, JfIl1
s, education be tremendously i1
f.. yyM1r / worth-while in this year of our Lord
1939 and within the confines of our

l own beloved country.

_; Read verses 7 and 8 and you will i '

: 55 v q4p note that most of the leaders in this ; 33 y

teaching campaign were laymen.The p
priests were evidently for the E
most part not interested. This has FL

v'S all too often been so, but let not .
that deter the layman from going tult. "x Z. ;

ahead in God's name.V. .

A Respected Ruler (vv. 5, 10,

S 11).
His own people gave him the rec- __- uuutt aV6a .
ognition of love and loyalty (v. 5). anl, utr
< :.:A'f. The jealous nations around him were U" (r ( w
afraid of him, for they knew that '

.' '.' God was with him (v. 10). This : -
was what would be in our day regarded -
as a rather unusual meansof
: It's done in the best of city and small town families on those hot national defense, but note that it .,.w415
\ nights when beds feel like blazing infernos. This Chicago couple followed was tremendously effective. Would o0.V

I the crowd, taking baby right along and covering his buggy with that America were a nation unitedin f {k
r mosquito netting while mother and dad sprawled comfortably on the loving obedience to God's law. 1.+

A V ground. When dawn peeps over the horizon they'll head for home Then would our enemies be afraid .
I and breakfast. because God's hand would be uponus :rc k' :}r' \ \:% 'Gmr, tt sy btlln ltd,mpanr ?

1 for good.


I will bring the matter up it may Colee, Spessard Holland, Mark -, :Nearly every grown person needs I NOTICE .,

Clewiston News start a ball rolling that will give cox, J.ohn Martin, B. F. Paty, Francis an average of eight hours of sleep I Notice is hereby given that I,
night. There are persons who Willie Rattle who was convicted in *
this region a greater boon than.allthe Whitehair. Raleigh elt nax'V: ;.i every ; with I the Circuit Court of Hendry County, *X
canals, air bases and WPA can live a. long and happy, life Fla., at the Feb. 23 term thereof A. J
Published every., Friday In Clewiston, ship beneficient govern-I P. Miller and a number of others only four, or five hours of' sleep P., 1938 of the offense of Murder In
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS projects that ,a : the First Degree, With a Recommendation -
who should not be discounted any'of few and
Inc. ment has been argued into providing ; each night, but they are of Merry and sentenced therefor

I .-Fort Myers News-Press. i I 'em could upset an applecart. \ far between. to the Life Board, will of apply Pardons for, clemency Tallahassee to,

KI3ATIILI3Y: nOWUKX, Editor I My guess is the customers will Your sleep' is more likely to refresh Florida, .at its next regular meetln:;.
with the
I you if you sleep -
prefer a young ,man, but ,not too s
second class mall matte: ':":"":":":":":":":":":";":":";";":":" :":.':":".";" open, avoid eating heartily NOTICK. 0V PUBLIC: HEARING,
February Entered as 1. 1027.! at; the Post Office in young, a business man rather thana just before going to bed', sleep on ,, '

Clcwtslon, Florida, under the Act r.f To Classify politician and they'll want to hear a comfortable bed-on a bed that Monday August 28, I93i! at 4:00

March 3. 1SD7. Too Late more horse-sense ,and less hooey I doesn't sag, and just, before' going o'clock Standard P.Time M.,' United is fixed States as the Eastern date

KAY when the shou tin". starts. If I hear 1 I to bed, read or talk about something and the time when and the City
Milmeriptlon'llntc Per Yene.AdvcrtiRing ; By RUSSELL anything I'll let you know. that takes your mind off the Hall in the City of Clewiston is des-
I I I ignated as the place where the City
Rntcn On Appllcntlon. I vI :cares of the day./ worry interferes Commission shall hold a public meeting -

I F. B. I. Investigates- I i with sleep and often uses up mOrE), and for acting the upon purpose applications of considering to adjust -

Well,. the political crystal gazers I{energy than hard physical work. I compromise or settle delinquent
Devoted to the advancement and welfare I taxes of the 1938 and prior tax rolls
of Clewiston and Hendry County. are at it again and gubernatorialdope I Sleep is not the only form o:[lof the City of Clewlston.f .
I (Continued From Page 1) must be filed In
sheets are beginning to circulate I A change from one sort o Such applications
25, 1939! ,
----- writing on or before 'August ;
of ssveral wealthy
in ever increasing number. Simple prc-o-utiou work to another is often, restful,\ stating reason for said application
Clewiston has' a good start in the souls, inclined to place confi- plat E13. the agriculture departmentis I especially if the change is made before and showing cause why such delinquent -

second half of the South Florida dence in such prognostications:: will withholding payment of between I I the body is over-tired; am 1 promised taxes or should settled.be adjusted', com-

league play. Keep it up, boys! find the following formula helpfulin $500,000 and $1,000,000 in bene- I short and frequent pauses in th,e This notice dated this 24th day
to these'growers.. Be- of July, 1939. '
forming an intelligent opinion. fit payments I'course of a hard job make th'e MALCOLM W. BIGG Clerk,

It never rains but it pours. Lou-, Take the names of all candidates'fore they can receive these payments -!I work less tiring and more produc CITY CITY COMMISSION.OF CLEWISTON.July .
must show they
| "
isiana farmers as well as public: listed on the various sheets, add a they live. 28, Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25.
officials are having trouble with the, thoroughly have fully complied with the wage[
mix -
of own, --
dozen or so your : '
'and set by the
other regulations .
government. as you slowly stir i in several ':
of agriculture.
tablespoonfuls of banana oil and a'department .' ', '. ,;
Maybe Secretary Hull scrapped!large gob of salt. Permit the mess!' 'i benefits

a the trade treaty with Japan to I I Ito simmer in your mind for awhile II to Florida cane growers is evi-

prove that all white interests represented then season with thinly sliced bo-l dence that Florida growers have -
hadn't turned yellow complied with the federal pro- /
there with;;fully '
I loney and apple-sauce, garnish fair- is hereby given that the following described lauds, or, as
that labor is being
: the patter of the gum-shoe boys' and visions and much thereof as will be necessary to pay .the amount due for taxes
The Engineer hearing attracted:I bar flys, add a dash of, street corner -Ily treated throughout'the Everglades herein -set opposite to the same, together with the costs of such sale
a: large. crowd and appeared to have< I blah and barber-shop bosh.I cane growing area. and advertising, will be sold at public auction on -the 'seventh day of

been the most successful of any such] Then you take a deep breath, hold! August, 1939, beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the

hearing held up to this time by the< your nose and make three guesses iW .P. A.Continued. City of Clewiston, Florida. P.' Y. PATTERSON

Engineers. '' +-wait a minute or two and if a.\I Tax Collector, City of Clewiaton.I .

man answers, hang up, you'veprobably -
Stuart will soon be the construction From Page 1)
I got the wrong ,number., I (
center for work on the cross I such as' the departments of agricul- .
But as folks seem to guess
state waterway. Bids have been I ture, commerce, war, navy' and Amount
and I don't know any DESCRIPTION
ing games Of Taxes
opened on the St. Lucie lock along more about it than the next guy r treasury, financed at least in part OJ" LAND I OWNER And Costs

last. and probably. not as-much, I assumeit by WPA. I
A further 'reduction in the ,August -
would be right and proper for me
think about asking
We wouldn't donateus Ito drag out a turban, don a robe I II I quota looms unless the Administrator -

for it but if someone should could and add my contribution to your can persuade Washington Lot 23 Block 22 _._.. .._.._..._......_______ F. J. Feuchtinger __._.___.___ 5:30:
a Clewiston map so we I I I officials to hold it at the July fig Lot 27 Block 160 ._....____.:...: __.__..., H. J. Os-lesby' --..---.--_.'.- 30.30
delinquency. 30.30Lot
learn all 'of the street names it mental Lot 28 Block 160 .. .. II. .J. Oglesby ---:---- -
: -------- ---
those we find galloping ure. I' Block 162 _.t______.__.__..__.._____ 1\1rs. C. D. ':Morris _____ 4.30
would be greatly appreciated. Among __.__.____ _. 4.30
I _.__.______.____ S. J. Feuchtinger -
7 Block 167
Lot :
about the state taking a census oi I II II Lots 35, 36 Block 167..____.____ Thos. B. Shelley ____._.__._____ 30.30
Housewives _._ _..._.__... Thos. B. Shelley _. ._ ----- 5.30
benefi located stumps and looking for I I Hints to Lot 1 Block 169 _..__.____ .M: --
Among the first sugar F'euchtlnger .__.___.._____ 4.70'
Lot 6 Block 172 ...__.....___._.___.L.: S. F.
checks mailed out by the govern platform planks are old "Home-' Lot 14 Block 172 _.._._.__...._. .__ Eugene Feuchtlnger -.-_.-.--- 5.30
I I .._.__..____..__.____ 1\1rs. May S. Ames ...--..-:.._--::.- 80.30
this week stead Bill" Hodges, Lot 23 Block: 173
ment were those _______ .. ._ .. 4.30
"Townsend,1Schoepf SLEEP AND REST Lot 23 Bloc 176' ...._.___._._ __._ D. J. Johnson -- '"
-:0. .
and Dan Chappell, Burton ) ..__ __ E. A. Caldwell Estate ._. 3.70
by the U. S. Sugar Corporation Lot 27 Block 176 _....._ .L --
Warren Your sleep should be measured .___.__._....______ Leroy H. Dorsey _---.;;'--.-.-- 4..30
Fuller "Ferdinand" Lot 16 Block 202
independent growers of this sec ....._.._..___.__ 4.70
bulletin _...______...__.__.._ ,1". W. Iverson
recent Lot 11 Block 203
tion. The best proof that they have( "Jovial" Jerry Carter, Waiter"Booster" carefully, Lot 18 Block 203 ._____...___.__.Julia Sharkey _...:...__.._._____ 4.70
Fred "Longshot"Touchton from a large 'insurance company. __..__._._. .._:._____ Mary King ___..___-.--- 4.70
hundred percent will Fraser, Lot 19 Block .L. .
complied a .__._.____ ... 4.70
___ :
G. Pierce Wood (if he You need a certain amount of sleep :Lot 20 Block 203 _._.. _.___..______ Ella Kane -. .._- 3.50
the federal regulations.AIRPLANE Block 355 5. Bernard .n" Payne -------
.could) and a flock of others. I every day just as you need a certain Lot Lot 25 30 Block 356 _____.._.______ T. P. ,Waddell ---:.___ 3.5(1
amount of food every day. If Lot 9 Block 357 ....._..__._.__._._____...:._ Fred A. Menge' __...____-.-.___ 3.50
SPRAYING FEASIBLE Again warning you that I don'tknow I Lot 4 Block 358 ,.-_.___._.____.._._...__ Marjorie L. Durgin "-'-'---, 3.50
Imagine Howard Sharp's surprise i anything about it" and your you eat too little today, +you can Lot 19 Block 358 .._.___..__.__.__ E. A. Caldwell Estate _---- '4.30Lots
if eat _._..__...,.___ Henry J. Stephens -....-----, G.n
make tomorrow; but you 41 and 42. Block 358
-and ours-at learning that whal I guess is as good as mine, I simply I up Lot, 45 Block 361 _.___._.____._.____ Eugene Feuchtfnger ...:.-.-._.--.- 4.30
seemed to be the novel, not to say. point out the fact that Tallahassee's too little every day, you 'will impair" Lot 8 Block 362. ______.___.___.___._ r.lrs.: E. A. Schult ______._ 10.30
health. The loss of sleep for Lot 31 Block 362 _____._..__._...______.\ Mrs. F. H. Emerson .______._. 4.30
somewhat fantastic, idea of spray I[Hodges knows his way about and your but Lot 8 Block 367 ._.._.___..___._ -.-__.,',,_"_' Clewlston Dry Goods Co _--- 2.70'Lots
ing mosquitoes from an airplanewas [most of the answers but he's not a night or two can be made up, 13. 14 Block 377 ___.._ ___._ R. C. Nowling ...-----'------ 44.30 t
I habitual loss of the sleep one Lot 3 Block __._.__ ... Elmer A. ErJc son r--_. -- 2',30
the -.------
old! stuff to the United States: as young as, he used to be and *" most Let 15 Block 3&1" .;.__.__..-_._____.__ Harvey. Guthn __;-___. 4.30Lot
government. They have been doingit I campaigning calls for a stout heart needs will break down the 23 Block 417 __._._._._::._._.__._____' Eugene l"euchtlnger _-_-_, ,3.50 \
lost hair I rugged constitution. Lot 8 Block 495 _______:___.._ J. W. Daughtr ..---.--- 2.7Q.; IJ.v,
right along and it works fine I and lusty lungs. He by a -'
hair is thinner ---- -- ----- -
last time and his "

too.Mr.. Sharp found that out from now than it was then. NN..NN1.1111NNN.INNN..I IINNN..NNNI.N NN..NNNNNNMM. N)

the U. S. public health service at Miami's Dan Chappell has a lot :;N..N./.11 NNN. .NNIINNNN. .NNH//NNNNN.INN.. :N.INNN.. .. .. .. :N:NN. .NHN{. .N1INNNNMMMN./NNNNNN:NNNI. .:.',:INNN.NII. . :HI.. :. :.:.":":":.:.LlN. :.I:.I:":I.N/NNN. . :NNNNN..I. . :.':N... :H.::NN. .NN. :NNNNNNNNII. . ::::'.'

Washington when he sent them a on the ball but last time it turned

piece from the News-Press which out to be an eight ball with him v+::: tY

revealed-somewhat facetiously, as behind it. ,Don't discount him-: .:..:. .. ::

the hunch in spite of: ,,;, :: i
we recall-that he ,got he'll run a good race : ::::, .. ',: I
for an aerial spraygun while watch- his previous defeat.Jacksonville's '" ENJOY AN :i::::

ing a plane dust the bean fields Fuller' Warren has :!::: .;.:i:

over around Lake Okeechobee with youth, vim, vigor and a gift of I; .

some crop disease prophylactic. If gab that would make a: tobacco auc- :::: ,,' > .\ ELECTRIC I :' ;L' ,1:i::;:

that could be done why couldn't tioneer look like 'a deaf-mute. He'll I ALL f4

they, he reasoned, load up with Flitor draw bigger crowds and entertain'em f t .
U :
something and squirt mosquitoesoff better than any other candidate, I : HOM'l ,

the map. but so did Jerry Carter and while n

They could, the health service told 1 they, all called him "Amigo" they III <, ,

him; and moreover they had. As voted for somebody else. .,J.\ : '/ : ': 'z"z'
.. -':z:
instances they reported "successful"use Tampa's Burton Schoepf, with !:1Ii: ".1' ,'I") ,:-f:" .. II pp ,- ::z:.:.
of airplanes for mosquito. con- I plenty of business experience but, :::: v

trol "over large areas of the Ten- no political sense, has Dr. Town- .ISi

nessee Valley and by the U. S. marines I.send's "Blessing" which Andrews M:::: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ::: ;

at Quantico, Va." In passing Cannon, Hendricks and several oth ,
I of the ::1::::
on this information to us Mr. Shall ers can testify is a nice hand tc : takes care of both the work and pleasures

emphasized the terms "successful ,draw to in any man's game. Opponents : home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient:1:::1:

arid "large areas" as being all we will out-talk and out-box him : :::;:,

needed to know. He suggested, hpw- I I but he'll stay on his feet for he's nc :;::: ,ly and economically. v:

ever, that the CaloosahatcheeOkeechobee pushover. .

drainage district is. a large Jerry Carter, although talked of i
of U
slices toast
I or
area in which the government iS1 I as a gubernatorial candidate, will ::::j: One penny will toast 26 crunchy ,

permanently established much as probably run for congress. If folks two hours of safe reading light or operate :!::;:
it is in the Tennessee valley and :i1 had wanted Jerry for Governor they :!:4:::: your eyes ELECTRICITY is :::;:

Quantico; therefore it ought to hQ could have elected him the last :::: your radio for most of a day-and- ....

easy for newspapers such as' this time. I |" that cheaper the more of it that you use. :;::!:
and the Stuart News at the other Fred Touchton: the druggistshope" :!!::;: one thing gets _A z.

end and various and sundry persons "white found at the top of; tt 'z'

in, between, to get Uncle Sam interested one dope sheet and at the bottom ':": That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :;::;:
: ::
to the point of taking suc- of another, will find that "Medicine !- ::::?

cessful action. Shows" don't draw crowds anymore :&::: that is all electric and modern. -...{
: Y :
That's a sound suggestion and we and that political salve harder. tc X-:' .:.'z'

have no doubt that by the proper sell than the kind they pass out in ,::...YX.. "0't'
...t. .
organized effort a project of this 1 a store. If he don't take a "run s .1

kind could be arranged. It will take out powder" he'll need to take a *: *:

more than newspaper talk, however I lot of aspirin. ** .ELECTRICITY YOUR CHEAPEST SERV +

That will reflect and arouse publicS .! St. Augustine's Fraser, nourished tX

sentiment, 'which is mighty important. -I from the "Fountain of Youth" has ti
But official' pressure Is being plenty of young ideas and has a TT EXTRAVAGANTLY.
:;:? ANT-USE
needed; pressure that will get the good record as a "Mayor". He'll appeal : +

thing down in black and white and to the city folks but will have xt'X

then push it through whatever !to be sold in the back woods. 1'i'
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channels there from here tc doubtful] 'I
are G. Pierce Wood is a ..
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Washington starter, his pleasing personality;,, ::::i: +x
A good place to start, on rather ability and experience are offset I Amy

. short notice is at the war depart: with a Dupont label and the las1legislature t t : :

ment hearing at Clewiston tomor ; messed him up to where H: '

row. The army engineers will be \lie]\ would have to run as handicapped .

there to consider a wide range of as a guy with "Ball",. and chain. Gtades Power and light C t ti

matters affecting the Okeechobee Lex Green, frequently me.nUoned f .

waterway and drainage area. I-fos-II would he a sap to run for anything 5:+

quito control is not out of their lim but reelection to .Congress. A great :i::i: ..':0,

They have ,done It in Cuba, the Pan- I campaigner, he'd carry his own ; .:. i .

ama canal zone and probably hada I district and hold ,IHs own in West t :::'i'
hand in the more recent (Tennessee Florida but South Florida would I' J..,::: v:'

valley success. There must be I defeat him on three counts, hat, tie : "" "":":":"':":":":":":'.:" :':":":":":":":":": :":-:":":":":":":":' ":":":".:": :": :": :'.:":":N,":":":MM::
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some way to get at them and if our and cross-state canal. ::_":/N4':":!"Y:";!'":!":":": ;'VY: : : ;YV: : V: : v: : i"M" rv W y t"fV N(WTHE / t t Nf t'1 y .".N(yy't Nt" rr t eti tN fN/v. t t i" .t N N.'t t

chamber of commerce delegation Then there's 'Jess Parrish, Harold I I -

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,. Jay W. Moran has as his guestshis MRS. SHELLEY ENTERTAINS- ,'. I. Services Every Sunday:.'?'*-': I Is Your Subscription Paid?

h mother Mrs. Charles Moran of EVENING BRIDGE CLUB (II, Sunday School a't 9:45 .a/m. B. :

, Milledgeville, his nephew Peter Mrs. T. B. Shelley cntcrtalne'd "the:1.'HerHiig, Supt.Morning "*\ I
r Personals his evening bridge club at her homeon ( *,
Carmichael of Augusta, and
; J Worship 11 a.*m. WHAT? NOOUT'
brother William Moran of New Wednesday evening. A costume in. ; WE'RE
Y. P. U, 7:00 p. m. A. H.
York City. jewelry set of clip and bracelet was I
King, director Mrs. Herman Davis
high score prize and was won by

,i Mr. and Mrs.. A. W. Lawrence Mrs. C. E. Nail and a necklace and associate.
C. Wilson spentTuesday
Mr. and Mrs. R.
,1I I in Miami on business. drove to Fort Myers Sunday to meet bracelet was won by Mrs. H. H. Evening Preaching 8 p. m.

11 ._ their cousin. Miss Virginia Saxon, Turner who was second high. Midweek service every Wednesday -
I I of Moore Haven, who was returning Those playing were Mrs. J. W. evening at 8 p. m.W. .
i; Mrs., Roy ,Alston spent Wednesday: Ezelle, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder Miss(
I, home after attending a summer session M. S. each 2nd and 4th Tues-
in Moore Haven with relatives. at F. S. C. Wv In ,Tallahassee.Dr. Mae Palmer, Mrs. R. C. Wilson day at 3:30 at the church, Mrs. A. WHEN THIS

, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Nail, Mrs. R. Broadfoot, president. HAPPENS, PHONE US
I J. Irvin Davis of Albany. Ga., is 0. F. Schiffli has returned Turner and the hostess. Sunday School officers and
i a business visitor here this week. from Highlands, North Carolina 11 and We'll Print Some
teachers meet Wednesday at 7 p.
where he spent a few days :with I For You In A Hurry!!

I J. B. Miller of Miami was a business Mrs. Schiffli and their sons who !illim'mrnmW' mIIi: mmmmrn'I'mmmmWm:; ''! : IWJ attend The public all services.Is cordially- invited to
;; visitor in Clewiston Wednesday. arc 'spending the summer at their m. !gChl1rches
a i summer home. WITH THE The Sunbeams will meet on Mon-
r \ day afternoon at 3:30 at the church,
I Dr. R. E. Summitt of Immokalee J. M. COUSECounselor
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. M. J. Blount counselor.The .

I was a business visitor here Monday. Emma Jane Ezelle returned Friday) 1 G. A.'s will meet at 3:30 and Attorney at Law

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Williams of visited from a relatives three weeks'in Graceville vacation., Florida They- IID il mhr! TI llllilm!! lirh m( illlmmlmmimmmWWmll l I I i li l4 mm lli 11 rufd Mrs.Monday H. afternoon E. Walker.at the* Mrs.home Arch of I Wednesdays Hopkins and Building Saturdays

Miami were Clewlston visitors Mon- and Atlanta, Georgia anditayed
ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC Hodges, counselor. 0:30 to 4:00
day. ":, I for a week in Franklin CHURCH
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North Carolina. Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn Pastor
H. C. Kolstad and C. E. Miner

) were business, visitors yesterday In! Miss Kathleen Lewis of Tampahas Mass each Sunday morning a '''I .
LaBelle.Mr. returned to her home after visiting 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun IIII ...
r her sister, Mrs. W. W. Perry day of the month when the time Is \fO

and Mrs. Tom Shelley spenta and family for several weeks. Mrs. 10:30.

few days the first of the week in : Perry, Bill and Johnnie, returned Confessions are heard every Sat- RFO JcF T o LLPa64eo
Miami. to Tampa with her for a visit. They urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30
-, also expect to visit relatives inl and before all' the Masses. tllll1 :

I Blakely Ga.WOMANS Week-day Mass every morning at <
E. Morrison of I i '
Mr. and Mrs. M. *
I 7:30. '\
LaBelle were Clewiston visitors S
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l\IISSIONAH.Y-SOCIETY Devotions In honor of Our Ladyof

!: Monday. I MEETS AT CHURCH TUESDAYMrs. Perpetual Help are conducted
I -- Friday evenings at 8, o'clock followed -
Dr. H. C. Thompson of Canal
Arch Hodge was in chargeof by Benediction of the Most
: Point was In Clewiston on business
f the program meeting of the Wo- Blessed Sacrament.
! Tuesday. mans Missionary Society which met Religious Instruction Class for Into oblivionVith

I at the First Baptist Church Tues- children Saturday morning at nine
Mrs. Dave Alston left Saturday \
day afternoon. The topic for the here in Clewiston, and after Sunday
! to attend the World's Fair in New
I afternoon's program was "Our Mass in Pahokee. Our Direct-Reduction Home
\ York City.
Greatest National Need". 'I) The Mass schedule of Pahokee is
I ] 10:30 every Sunday excepting the Loan Plan, each monthly payment
Mrs. Robert George and daughter Those attending were 'Mrs. R. J. "EST
last Sunday of the month, when of the loan. That
i Roberta, are spending today in Blount, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, TONTNE cancels a portion
West Paliii Beach. I Mrs. J. H. -Davis, Mrs. E. L. Hayes Mass is at_ eight o'clock. The ,,pub- ON no'interest
belief part is gone-- you pay
lic, regardless of religious
__ I Mrs. E. E. Kelly Mrs. C. W. Sim- "MONtHLY"
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and i iI ,I mons Mrs. G.' E. Wenzloff Mrs. is always welcome in this church. EC on it-- and you are that much nearer .
daughter Marianne: left Friday for: Alex McGowan, Mrs. H. E. Walker oucTiOts debt-free home ownership. Ask
Jimmy I
a two weeks' vacation.
: I ; Robinson, Mrs. Raymond Owen and CHURCH Npl; and you shall receive further good

I I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and I Mrs. Fred Cato. Forest Royal C. Palm Taylor Avenue Minister news about our home loan plan.

Kim Kolstad spent the weekend on I
BABY ,YOUNG Sunday school every Sunday ,
a fishing trip at Venice. I \,
morning at 9:45. B. C. Flaniken,
is for' Clewiston friends will be interested superintendent.
B. J. Benson leaving today
in the announcement just received Morning worship and sermon ,at Clewiston Federal ;
a two week's vacation which he is I Savings ,
I eleven o'clock.
spending in Daytona Beach. of the birth of a son to Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Young of High,! The Christian Endeavor meeting
i Sheriff and Mrs. 'H. L.., Delaney Point, N. C. Mr. Young was, until I i will be held. Monday evening at and Loan Association .;;
seven; o'clock.FIRST
! of LaBelle spent Sunday here with recently connected with the Clewis- I
ton sub-office of U. S. Engineers.The I
, I J Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner. I
J baby, who weighed 9 1-2 BAPTIST CHURCH
I --- I II pounds, has been named Charles Corner Ventura and Central Avenues
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Keenan andIdaughter
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I' I i. Virginia Raye, of Moore Stephen and'was born July 25th. "The Friendly'Church". .... .. ... ...... ....;
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Naomi Preston of Lake Worthis ..
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spending a few ,weeks in Clewiston Y ?
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visiting Elizabeth Winn. :


Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were ::: ".""- :i: 1 i
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse '
1 in Moore Haven Monday evening. :+:: THE OPEN DOOR =;:

y y ., y :!: \ :::
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence spent y y ,.
the week-end in Fort Myers visiting 'y' -:-:-" .' ;' I. I COURSE. 3 fI
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Mr. and Mrs. Donnie O. Durrence. ,:. .. t
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'r Mrs. W. F. Simpson Mrs. H. C. :: Can you afford to close the door in : :: :
Kolstad and Mrs. K. Bowden were
visitors Monday in West Palm :;: the face, of your friends for a consideration ::i: .._. '.s..

Beach. *: of less than IOc 1 ; per day? :;: .:. yy:

Miss Frances Morgan spent the ::: ':!: : ..

week-end in West Palm Beach visit- :;;:; In times of emergency, sickness or ::; ::: .
her Miss Mor '
sister Margaret
gan. :_!: death, the telephone is your nearest :4X :

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cou.se. Mrs.V. 'y_ neighbor.: :A y_; I ..... [ Open to the Public ] I

Gram and Jo Ann Couse of Moore ).
Haven visited friends in Clewiston :: Make an end to isolation by seeing :: r bY

Sunday afternoon.,- ::: our manager today for telephone :: X s
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I Mrs. H. C. Avant, Miss Marcia + service. + X
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Avant, H. C. Land Gene Land, Mrs. ::: :: .: ..-' .". -' """" )';,:'"'' .s.s
p- '
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George Terrell and Don Terrell :;''. :
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i spent Sunday in Miami. y y r' '.r.
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Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Claybaugh of y y y y :F: Moderate Greed Fees :_

Orlando were guests over the week ; '

t end of Mrs. Claybaugh's sister, Mrs. i INTER COUNTY TELEPHONE fA ::I Exceptional Fairways t
F. C. Taylor and Rev. Taylor.

I I ;+: & TELEGRAPH COMPANY A+ ::.II Interesting Greens :

Mr. and Mrs. Hansel S. McDuffie, y y e.
Gloria and Betty ,Jean McDuffie,I y y ':' -

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have returned after spending a few n .......;..;..:..:.....:..:........................ . . . . .o.: . .o.: .
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Mr. and Mrs. K. S. McMullen of

Tallahassee iston len are Sunday.former visited Mr.Clewiston and friends Mrs.residents.in McMul-Clew- 15 YOUR HOME BIG ENOUGH i I IHomes

and Mr.Kay and Pafford Mrs. I., are M. Pafford leaving, today Anne ., 1 1I

for a two weeks' visit with Mrs. I
Pafford's parents near Brunswick don't grow in size but home completely to fit their

Ga. families do. 'Houses should be present needs.

enlarged but are not because 1 ;i, ii- F.
Mr. and Mrs B. C. Flaniken and people lack the cash to buy. The ABC Monthly Payment Plan ".."
children spent the week-end in Fort -
Consequently many families are is a simple, economical way to
Myres. Bevoly had his tonsils re-
living in crowded quarters bepurchase home improvements is IQ tl ,\
moved at Lee Memorial IIospi.talSaturday. "
cause they don't know that unout of income. Convenient and 4i I r ;

I der the ABC Monthly Payment easy terms can be arranged to i

Mrs. F. Deane Duff left this Plan they can remodel their suit your purse.

morning to join her parents, Mr. ,
and Mrs. F. Edward Bryant of Palm J.ROYAL I LUMBER COMPANYi 't

Beach on a vacation trip to Blow. .. .
f.G Jng Rock, North CaroJJna, _

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Feeling just now,
think: tKtA" ImFt.llin

$ in love.

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SYNOPSIS sound real to me. Are you sure you "Well, don't scold me." Jane was'" formed of Frederick Towne from his b
didn't dream it?" as vivid as an oriole in the midst of picture and from her first, glimpseof

Young, pretty .1=Barnes, 'who lived "I'll say I didn't. Isn't that the her orange wools. him. He was nice to talk to, buthe
with her brother. Baldwin, In Sherwood proof?" The gray bag lay on the She loved color. ,The livingroomwas might be hard to live with. He 00
Park, near Washington was not particularly of it. Its furni- had obstinacy and egotism.
an expression
Impressed when she read that rich, attrac table in front of them, the ring .
tive Edith Towne had been left at the altar was on Jane's finger. ture was old-fashioned but not old- "Why Edith should have done it

by Delaficld Simms, wealthy New It when Yorker.she She turned it to catch the ,light., fashioned enough to be lovely. Jane, amazes me." WNU Service.TAKE .
mused over
However; she still had modified its lack of "She was hurt" she said "and .
met Evans Follette a young neighbor "Baldy," she said, "it's beyond however .
whom the war had left completely discouraged grace and its dull monotonies by she wanted to hide."
and despondent. Evans had always .,imagination. covers of chintz tropical birds "But people seem" to think that in I
Baldwin Barnes. I "I told you"
loved Jane. That morning
on his way to work In Washington offered I "Think of having a ring like against black and white stripes- some way it is my fault. I don't FORMALARIA
girl In distress. like that. It isn't fair. We've always -
assistance to a tall lovely and there was a lamp of dull blue
this- been the best of friendsmorelike
with Chinese shade. A
"of having pottery a
"Think fiercely a
brother and sister than niece
fire in the coal grate with the glowof
Continued lover who ran.away. "
CHAPTER and uncle.
the lamp, gave the room a look of
said Jane are
-3- "But like
The kitten not Baldy and me, said
burnished brightness. ,
When'at last Baldy drew up at the some advantages, in being-un- Jane to herself, "not in the least
curled up in Jane's lap, played coz-
I'm like the Miller-ess of
little way station, and unfastenedthe sought. ily with the tawny threads."Don't like Baldy and me. Get From Chills and
curtain, he was aware that she Dee"I "Of course Simms ought to be .
scold me, said Jane "it
had opened the* suede bag and hada care for nobodyNo isn't fault." shot," Towne told them heatedly. Fever!

roll of, bills in her hand. For a not I, "I'm my not scolding, but. I'm worriedto "He ought to be hanged," was Don't put up with terrible Malaria.
moment his heart failed him. Was ,Since nobody Baldy's a endment.Jane's Don't endure the wracking chills
death. And aren't help "
you any
Cares- and fever.
him ? 'needles clicked but she
she going to offer money ,
For meI"She are you? At first sign of the dread disease,
But what she said, with cheeks She looked at him in astonish- said nothing. She was dying to tell take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic.A .
sang it with a light boyish these males what she medicine. Made
flaming, was: "I haven't anythingless bloodthirsty real Malaria
ment.Hl've tried to help. I told
than ten dollars. Do you think swing of her body. Her voice was thought: of them. What good wouldit especially for the purpose. Contains
girlish and sweet, with a touch of you to call up. tasteless quinidine and iron.
do'to shoot Delafield Simms? A
they will take it? Chill Tonic
Young Baldwin walked the floor. Grove's Tasteless actually -
"It's doubtful. I have oodles of huskiness. "She trusted me." woman's hurt pride isn't to be combats Malaria infection in
He held out handful. Baldy flung his scorn ather.. healed by the thought of a man's the blood. Relieves the awful chills
change. a "You won't get anywhere with
aren't in earnest? feel better
"Jane, you ever dead body. and fever. Helps you
"Thank you so much, anc}-you "Intermittently," she smiled at that" said Jane with decision. "The .
must let me have your card-" and tucked her thing to do is 'to tell Mr. Towne Young Baldwin brought out the'bag. fast.Thousands take Grove's Tasteless
him, came over arm "It is one that Delafield gave Chill Tonic for'Malaria and swear
that have of and thatyou'll
"Oh, please- in his. "Baldy," she coaxed you news her her" Frederick stated, "and I by it. Pleasant to take; too. Even
Her voice had an edge of sharp-: "aren't you going to tell her uncle give it only under promisethat cashed check for ''her at the bank children take it without a whimper.
"Of course it must be a loan." he 'won't do anything until he a Don't suffer and suffer. A.t Malaria's -
ness. ? the before the : r can'timagine
day wedding first sign, take Grove'sTasteless
has talked it with
He handed her his card in silence. He stared' at her. "Her uncle? over you. why she took the ring with Chill Tonic. At all drug-
She read the name. "Mr. Barnes, Tell him, what?" "That sounds better, said young her." stores. Buy the large size as it gives
found the Baldwin;, "how did you happen to you much more for your money.
you have been very kind. I am "That you've bag. "She probably forgot to take it
think of it?
tremendously grateful." He flung off her arm. "Wouldyou off; her mind wasn't on rings."
kindness-but and have me turn traitor?" "Now and 'then, said Jane "I '
"It was not now Jane's voice was warm with feeling.He Well ManneredTo
then a princess passes." "Heavens Baldy, this isn't "melo- have ideas. looked at her with some curi- have faithfully studied the
For a breathless moment her drama. '''It's common sense.. You Baldy went to the telephone. Whenhe osity. "What was it on?" honorable arts, softens the man-

amazed glance met his-then the can't keep that bag." came back his eyes were like "Oh her heart was broken. Noth- ners and keeps them free from

clang of a bell ,heralded an approaching "I can keep it until she answers gray moons. "He promised"every- ing else mattered. Can't you see?" 1-tarshness.-Ovid.
thing, and he's coming out-
car. my advertisement. Jane swept them back to the mat-
As he helped her out hurriedlyshe "She may never see your adver- ter of the bag. "We thought you If feet feel tired. Irrt
"Yes, he wouldn't wait until to-
stumbled over the rug. He tisement, and the money isn't"yours., ought to have it, Mr. Towne, but FE ET tated-massage with
He's wild about her-
caught her up, lifted her to the and the ring isn't." morrow. Baldy had scruples about revealing HEAVY? stainless Penetro for
"Well he. would be. Jane quick relief. Try It.
ground, and motioned ,to the motor- He was troubled. "But she. trust- men- anything he knows about Miss
the situation. PENETROGreater
man. ed me. I can't do it." tally surveyed Towne's hiding place. He feels that
The car stopped and she mountedthe Jane shrugged her shoulders, and "Baldy I'm going to make some she trusted him."

steps. "Good-by, and thank you began to clear away the din- coffee, and" have some cheese and "You said you had advertised, Heritage i
much." He stood back and she Mr. Barnes?"
so Time, the great destroyer, only
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.1..1. .I them.
I h h ""-.1" "\II. "He not want "
waved to him while he watched her may VYes. enlarges the patrimony of litera-

out of sight. "On'a cold night like this, I'll "Well, the one thing is to get her ture to its possessor.-D'Israeli. k3
His work at the office that morn- say he will;, anybody would." home Tell her that if she calls

ing had dreams for an accompaniment. Baldy helped Jane get out the you up." Frederick looked suddenly

He went out at lunch-time round-bellied silver pot the pitchersand tired and old.

.but ate nothing. It was at lunch- tray. The young people had a Baldy, leaning against the mantel, blindness

time that'he bought the violets-pay- sense of complacency as they han- gazed down at him. "It's hard to decide may result when you neglect
ing an unthinkable price for them dled the old silver."Frederick Towne what 1 ought to do. But I twitching, "watery, bloodshot,

and. not caring.It could have nothing of more distin- feel that I'm right in giving her a sore eyes. Leonardi's Golden

was after office that Baldy car- guished history. It had belonged to chance first to, answer the adver- eye Eye trouble.Lotion Cools relieves heals nearly and strength-every

ried the flowers to his car. He set their great-grandmother, Dabney, tisement." ensLEONARDI'S

the box on the back seat. In the who was really D'Aubigne, and it Towne's tone showed a touch of GOLDEN EYE LOTION

hurry of the morning he had for- had graced an emperor's table. irritation. "Of course you'll haveto MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG

gotten the rug which still lay where Each piece had a monogram set in act as you think best." New Large Size with Dropper-50 nab

his fair passenger had stumbledover an engraved wreath. The big tray And now Jane took things in her 6.B.Leonard O Co.l=sc.,New Rochelle,N.T.

it. He picked it up and some- was so heavy that ,Jane lifted it own hands. "Mr. Towne I'm goingto

thing dropped from its folds. It was with difficulty, so Baldy set it for make you a cup of coffee."

the gray suede bag, half open and r( Ia' her on the little mahogany table "I shall be very grateful," he Man ChangethDo
showing the roll of bills. Beneaththe which they drew up in front 'of the smiled at 'her. What a charmingchild not think that years leave us

roll of bills was a small sheer fire. There was no wealth now in she was! He was soothed and and find us the same.-Meredith.

handkerchief a vanity case with a the Barnes family, but the old silver refreshed by the atmosphere they

pinch of powder and a wee puff, a 'N'I spoke of a time when a young host- created. This boy and girl were a
new check-book-and, negligently'at r- ess as black-haired as Jane had friendly pair and he loved his ease. CHAFE IRRITATIONS

the very bottom, a ring-a ring of dispensed lavish hospitality. His own house, since Edith's depar- Relieves bq soothing-cools prickly heat rashes
such enchantment that as it lay in Frederick Towne had not expected ture, had been funereal and his

Baldy's hand,.he doubted its reality. what he found-the little house friends had been divided in their MEXICANNEATPWDERCompanions

The hoop was of platinum, slender, set, high on its terraces seemed to championship between himself and
yet. strong enough to bear up a give from its golden-lighted window Edith. But the young Barneses wereso

carved moonstone in a circle of dia- squares a welcome in the dark. "I pleasantly responsive with their They are never alone that are

monds. The carving showed a deli-',' shan't be long Briggs" he said this lighted-up eyes and their little air' accompanied with noble thoughts.

cate Psyche-with a butterfly on her chauffeur. of making him one with them.

shoulder. The diamonds blazed like "Very good sir," said Briggs, and Edith had always seemed to put

small suns. led the way up the terrace. him quite definitely on the shelf.
Inside the ring was an inscription v\ Towne's tone showed a touchof Baldy ushered Towne into the live With little Jane and her brother he COOODIUO AT 11

-"Del to Edith-Forever." irritation.ner ing-room and Frederick, standingon had a feeling of equality of age. STORES

Del to Edith? Where had he seen things. Baldy helped her. Old the threshold, surveyed a coziness "Look here" he spoke impulsively MENEIL'S
those names? With a sudden flash of Merrymaid mewed to go out, and which reminded him of nothing "may I tell you all about it? It LAtG! t uueomE ,

illumination he dropped the ring Jane opened the door. so much as a color illustration in would relieve my mind immensely. -

back into the bag stuffed the bag "It's snowing hard," she said. some old English magazine. There ." $1.20 .dks> .

in his pocket and made his. way to The wind drove the flakes across was the coal grate the,table drawnup To Jane it was a thrilling mo-

a newsboy at the corner. the threshold. Old 'Merrymaid to the fire the twinkling silver ment. Having poured the coffee IPdSeCi'RP IF
There it was in startling headlines danced back into the house, bright- : on its massive tray violets in a low she came out from behind her battlement JIIIIQS '
Edith Towne Disappears. Del- meet him slen- of silver and sat in her EUJ"TIS
: eyed and round as a muff. The air vase-and rising to a KHcUMAI laM
afield Simms' Yacht Said to Have was freezing. der, glowing child with' a banner of chintz chair. She did not knit; she LUMBAGO

Been Sighted Near Norfolk! "It is going to be a dreadful orange wool behind her. was enchanted by the tale that

So his passenger had been the night," young Baldwin heavy with "Jane," said young Barnes, "may Towne was telling. She sat very
much-talked-about Edith Towne- gloom prophesied. He thought of I present Mr. Towne?" and Jane still, her hands folded, the tropical MERCHANTSYour

deserted at the moment of her mar- Edith in the storm in her buckled held out her hand and said, This, is birds about her. To Frederick she

riage! shoes. Had she found shelter? Was very good of you." seemed like a bird herselfslimand
He thought of her,eyes of burning she frightened and alone somewherein He found himself unexpectedly lovely, and with a voice that

blue-the fairness of her skin and the dark? gracious. He was not always gra- sang! .
hair-the touch of haughtiness. He went into the living-room cious. He had felt that he couldn'tbe. Towne was not an impressionableman.

Simms ,was a cur, of course! He whence Jane presently followed A man with money and posi- His years of bachelorhood had AdvertisingDollar
should have knelt uat her feet! him. Jane was knitting a sweater I tion had to shut himself up some hardened him to feminine arts But

The thing to do was to' get the and she worked while Baldy read to times in a shell of reserve lest he here was no artfulness. Jane as-
bag back to her. He must adver- her. He read the full account of be imposed upon. sumed nothing. She was herself. As

tise at once. On the wings of this Edith Towne's flight. She had gone But in this warmth and fragrancehe he talked to her, he became aware something more than
emotion. buys
decision, his car whirled down the away early in the morning. The expanded. "What a charmingroom of some stirred
Avenue; The lines which, after maid, taking her breakfast up to ," he said, and smiled at her. youthful eagerness to shine as the space and circulation in

much deliberation, he pushed across her, had found the room 'empty. Jane felt perfectly at ease with hero of his tale. If he embroideredthe her benefit. the columns of this news-
the counter of the newspaper office,' She had left a note for her uncle. him. He was, after all, she reflected theme, it was it. It buys and
he space
What he told her was as saw paper.
would be ambiguous to others, but But he had not permitted its publi- only a gentleman, and Baldy the
what he told her was not the favor-
her. "Will wild that. The only difference lay But circulation plus
clear to passenger who cation. He was, they said was
of it.
left bag with valuable contents in with anxiety. in their divergent incomes. So, as truth, nor(TO even BE CONTINUED half ) able consideration of our

the car call up Sherwood Park 49." "I'll bet he's an old tyrant" was .the two men talked, she knitted on, readers for this newspaperand
Baldy's comment. with the outward effect of placidity."Do .
"Is she really as beautiful as Frederick Towne's picture was in you want me to go?" she had George Eliot's Country its advertising patrons.
said asked them and Towne had replied Visitors to Staffordshire in England -
that? Jane demanded."As the paper. "I like his face, oi
it is the Loamshire
what?" Jane, "and he doesn't seem so promptly, "Certainly not. find
"Her'' picture in the paper." frightfully old." There's nothing we have to say that George Eliot's novels. Ellastone is LET US TELL YOU

"Haven't I said enough for you to "Why should she run away from you can't hear." the "Haysthorpe" of Adam Bede,
know it?" him, if he wasn't a tyrant?" he demanded So Jane listened with all her ears, and the cottage of the novelist'schildhood MORE ABOUT IT
and modified the opinion she had can be seen there.
Jane nodded. "Yes. But it doesn't furiously.



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man's idea of ubalancedration'
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FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1939
1'Ali l: EIGHT

Drainage' District? which was much ]munities having submitted only! ,goats 20 cents; hogs to 50 pounds

Both. EIids" ,: in' line with Mr. Cottrell's remarks I.written briefs and were not prepared I 20 cents; hogs over 50 pounds 25
Ld& .Wins concerning a higher lake level and ][ to offer oral testimony. i I cents; sows and pigs ?1 a head; t

r : a higher water table in the upper I H. V. Borjes appeared rcpie-j boars 7.5, cents; lambs 25 cents and )

river. '100,000 acre feet of water Is seating the, :Florida. railroads and ,I ewes 2,5 cents. '
Of Double-H aile Her needed* annually for proper: farming protested the: spending of' public i Manager Jackman stated that

operations, ,he said, only a portionof moneys by 'the U. S. Engineers in "All' livestock 'will carry our guarantee -
'. which comes from rainfall, most construction of waterways: for water -I only as made by the seller.

. "I!' cussed the new fIro control set-up i of It coming from lake seepage transportation. He pointed to!We 'will not pay (for livestock until

': Clewiston won both games of a:and stated that a greater number of I When the lake is low' this seepages the fact that there was a surplus I accepted. Please do not bid unless '

double header on' the local diamon the people in: the area were not I is reduced and the crops suffer. ) of rail facilities in the state at, pres- ,you .want to bllY.Y.J1. n you ,have
Sunday from Hobe .Sound :and went i; familiar with the importance: of Seepage from the district into the ent as well as truck lines and ports bought all ,you .want go to the office

into a tie for first place in 'the I[j i water; control .which had' been tl Caloosahatchee, is! high with! the, along either coast which invited I i and pay for it, so we in turn will

second' half standings of the Bout' !, brought home so forcibly._ to Miami' low water table of 12.5 now maintained water transportation. lIe conte'ndedthat I not be ,delayed in making settle
Florida League.: The score' of tifirst i II through the danger.. to the freshwater because of the comparatively the traffic of this area was not 1 ments., If you are; a stranger you

game was 5-2' and the" secoii supply because!' of low water I shallowmuck.. Fires have, destroyed sufficient to support the railroad: I will,be required to make a. cash

4-0.:: -.' '. : :"([ ,. large acreages of .valuable land in and the other carriers. He made the payment to the clerk at the time

7 Porter Hendry, pitching! his first; 1 stables ,A. Fulford ,of i the past in the 'district, he said, and statement that savings in 'freight of buying. On other goods besides
game for Clewiston.. allowed seven I Okeechobee'stressed the importance:.he pointed out that fire control is I rates by using water transportationwere livestock there will be a commission -
the i ::; of rarely felt by the consumer, charged of 10 per cent."
hits'. but had good. control in : Kissimmee ,Valley to the fur-,Impossible without plenty water.
pinches and excellent support froi lof I the Lake Okcr- ?. Tu. Couse of Moore Haven' nextrcr.d the shipper simply putting this saving The market Is being built'as a

his ,team-mates. A walk, combine I l chobee nishing' And'of water told of for the danger to prepared! : statements from the I into, 'his :po'cket:' as extra. profit. I WPA project and' ground was broken -

with, two singles permitted Hob I' the fish: supply in the lake when City of Moore Haven and the New-, A rebuttal! (to : this ,i ia.tt 'r statement last November. The livestock division -
Sound to make their only two run' the Kis-immoe; : marshes: ale dry. hall Drainage District 'which were : was offered* byi J., JM. ''Couse of was rushed through to completion
of the day in the third inning of Dr. Allison again took the fiao" in line with Mr. Beardsley's re-Moore Haven who' t id' several .' instances before the produce end of

the first game.. and asked that he be permitted to marks asking for'a higher: water i where anyone might : be it, and according to' supervisor

A: C.' Carlton was painfully injured offer some ?eneal information: in I table in the Caloosahatchee and the I able to feel the difference In water House the latter will be finished

by a bean ball in the second I the absence of specific data. He! Lake, adding that the higher water transportation savings such as gasoline sometime in November in time to

inning and was forced to retir stated that every drop of available: table would greatly facilitate sport prices. be of service in moving early fall

from the game.' He was the firs I water' was n ededith which to and commercial fishing in the lake. A..J. Thielen of Lakeport asked" crops. Construction throughout is

man up and Bob Beardsley .ran for I flood the uncultivated areas for the I i He also asked consideration of a !j i Cob Watkins to' consider a report by WPA labor with the exception of
to permit freigjit filed that communityto the wiring which is being handledby
waterway by
for the firs I deeper previously
him ,and later scored I prevention, of subsidence, fire prevention ;; l
Clewiston tally. Wells followed am to allow' 'natural soil build: I lines to operate through the water \ support' the need for a protective local electricians. The county

drew a free pass. Ward's double I I I ing to continue 'and to 'create a I way across the state and pointedout levee in the Lakeport area and sponsored the project.TO .

scored both of the runners am warmer temper .ture. He stated that. the advantages to, Moore Haven I cleaning work on canal outlets.

Hare followed with a single' to score during the time he had been in from such water shipments.R. I I Ben Herr made a brief review' of
'to lead off tl D. and Mark: R. Ten- the' waterway, project and the reason -
Ward. Hendry singled charge of the Everglades Experimental Lyons !I WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN:
in the fifth and scored on succes Station n,t Belle Glade he i nant, land owners near Moore: Ha- for the Okeechobee Flood Control I Notice Is hereby given that upon

sive hits by Moore and Hooks. Tin had personally recorded lehipera- xen in and near -the( Newhall Drain-] Beard wishing at least an eight I I the 12th day of August, A. D. 1939, or
in the sixth frame District, also spoke on the need I foot channel to connect the inter- as soon thereafter as the same maybe
final tally came tures as low, as fin" degrees on age ( heard, the undersigned, PAULINE
when Hare reached first on a field the open muck land.. These tem- for water control in the liver and coastal waterways on either coast BERNER a married woman, residentof
et's choice and later scored on hits arc raised appreciably Mr. Tennant asked if another test,I one; of which has a controlling Hendry County; Florida, will applyto
peratures one of the Honorable Judges of the
In the second game Forbes was when' the watertable is high and raise might not be made at some depth''or nine ,feet and the other Circuit CQurt, and for said Coun-
o'n" the mound for Clewiston and large area flcc?ed. Kc also indicated -' time in) the near future to a 14 foot eight feet. Additional .depth' : is' charge ty, for of a, and license control to manage her propertyand take

kept the four Hobe Sound sin'gles:; :that a .plan would some day\ elevation at Ortona and sufficient also required: he said, .for movingof to become a free dealer. In every

so far''spaced that there was little I be vorld ,M-.t for he natural irri'ptior -I notice be given that ,every- land heavy dredges into the lake with respect.Dated at LaBelle, Hendry County

danger of a score at any time. % > or r'tnacd _lands. He spoke ; owner might be present to inspect greater rapidity in the event ,of Florida, this 12th day of July, A. D
other hand' Clewiston col I controlwithin the effect his land. Col. Watkins emergency. Carl Hanton of. Fort 1939.:
On the I of the great need for some I on PAULINE BERNER.
lected seven .hits off Brooker anccpmbined : a short time and the large I promised that this test would be\Myers, another member of the, DAVID ELMER WARD
tl with a few bobble: losses made at time* the owners so board, supported Mr. 'Herr's statements Attorney for Petitioner.
,em ![ area which ,had suffered great any boats July 14, 21, 28, Aug. 4.
on the- part of the visiting team fotheir on thE st'' Coast during the I desired. I and added that many

"four runs., Moore scored in"1 I past winter I C. C. Cook, farmer operating just had been forced to put back' from

the :first when he reached first on a i! R. N. Miller, representing the above the Ortona Locks stated that: I Fort Myers because of tlle fact that !
lder's and \vas'scored bj; flooded with the waterway depth was not sufficient -
r choice i Hendry County Chamber of Comj his land was partially
Hooks' double. The second tallj) I incrce,' LaBclle, thanked the engineers the spillway elevation at its pres- to make the crossing.The .

came, In the second when Claris!. j!{ for their work in their vicinity I ent ctage. He asid his improvementshad last speaker: was Ellis F.

singled and scored on Forbes' don I in flood control but asked consider- cost $12,000 and he expectedto Davis of Kissimmee who spoke ir
more were:, added ir be for the damages which support ; of a private project forth
ble and two i aticn of a new !lock to be located I paid '
when Bell singled, Moore should the elevation -! construction) of a canal between
the fifth 1 near Alva for water control in the would;: be incurred '
doubled and errors at third base iLaBelle vicinity. be raised. Lake Cypress and Lake Kissimmee

and by the catcher allowed both tc.J I' The next speaker was John S. I' R. K. LEwis! West Film Beach to relieve the flood conditions ir

score. I Cottrell of Moore Haven, who spoke attorney, introduced the first bit I I the Kissimmee Valley. He was assured 0

Linc-l1ps, First (Same-r of his long residence in the 'glades I''I' of opposition? to a higher lake levelin I I by Col. Watkins that the
'Clewiston: Bell, rf; ,Roberts, cf;; and the various flood conditions ; representation oC the group of I II I plans for 'such a project would the receive -

Moore, alb; Hooks, c; Carlton and which he had witnessed and the farmers and residents of the ,islandsin 1 i every; consideration from I

Avant, Vf; Wells, 3b; Ward 2b; misconception on the part of most I I ;the southern portion of the lake i engineers 'and would no doubt be I ;
iif it did not conflict will
Hare, ss and Hendry p. Hobe Sound: I people of the cause of these floods. of some 3800 acres area. He asked ConsiderthAnks
I .
Munch, 2b; Brooker ss; Roberts, He spoke _of one; instance in August that a new levee be built outside I'l a government project.

cf; Lowery, If; E. Arnold, Ib; J,.j 1922 when Moore Haven was dry these islands for protection of the'sepeople pointed out that a report on a Pro KIs i }
Flood Control
Arnold, 3b; Black rf; Ryan, c; and forty inches of rain fell within or that the elevation of the simmee '
Pennock, p. / six weeks to flood the entire area lake be held to a maximum of six- ject is now pending and will be< -

LineupsSecond Game and send water running back into teen feet. made within a few weeks. 1 /"Nwning,your own home is real

ClewistonBell, If; Roberts, cf; I the lake from the Cal&osahatchee Col. Watkins next asked for information I Col. Watkins thanked those< economy because you save the

Moore 1b; Hooks, ss; Avant, rf; I for a month. He urged that the dealing, with the water- present for their interest: and for: landlord's profit Any family need

Wells, 3b; Ward, 2b; Clark, c and lake bo held as a reservoir be- way improvement and W.. P. Franklin -I their' reports and adjourned o'clock the, I ing a home will do well to look at

Forbes, p. Hobe Sound: Munch ss; tween an elevation of sixteen and of Fort Myers introduced Brent hearing shortly before three, I our selection of homes and buy i

R.' Brooker, 3b; Roberts, cf; Low- eighteen feet and a system of flood- Rodd cf that city \\lth the most before real estate values increase

ery, 2b; J. Arnold, Ib; E. Arnold, gates be, provided for water control complete report submitted during LaBelle Market-- II further. We will gladly help you

c; Black, c; Ornich rf, Brooker, p. through the various canals.' A the day. Mr. Rodd had secured ship- I attain debt-free: ownership of your.
water level of about eighteen inches ping figures from practically every home thru payments like rent.
I below the surface he said he had business* in Fort Myers and vicin- (Continued From. Page 1)vidual

Much Interest found to be' best for farming and ity and the percentage of this ton- l cafes up to 275 pounds 50 Federal
I' be shipped by cents; calves 10 head / 01' over 40 Clewiston
: urged that the Ortona spillway be nage :which might :
---- needle dam to' permit water. He quoted from the reporton cents a head; individual cattle up
(Continued from committee page; one of) the I raised proper ,by water control in the upper I a number of items and his testimony to 300 pounds GO cents; each; indi- I Savings and LoanAssociation

the agricultural I I continued until the noon vidual cows 75 cents; cattle; 10 heador
state Chamber of Commerce andchairman river.- : '; more;; 50 cents; t buds ;any age
named J. E. Beardsley of Clewiston recess
to. investigate of the the water control read a portion of a prepared writ-I I The' afternoon session was comparatively $1 ; horses,, mules or mares. head$2 ahead
mares and colts $2 a ;
of the ;
problem in the lower 'glades, dis- ten statement from Diston Island I I brief, many com- I
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