The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 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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Chamber Of Commerce I II Tropical Storm Two-Foot Raise In Lake

Moves Toward Coas I

Begins Campaign For I I Level Urged At Hearing

I A tropical storm of mild intensity -

still was moving in a west

!!i Increased northwesterly direction out of the Held Here By Engineer

Sugar QuotaWILL Atlantic this morning and was scheduled :-
, t if'r to strike the Florida coast ,:,

( between Palm Beach and Jupite I -

I, WILL PLACE STICKERS, WIT] 18 Mill IncreaseIn Inlet sometime this afternoon if the< West Point Cadets MORE DEFINITE THAN INFORMATIONGIVEN IN THE

MESSAGE ON EACH course remained unchanged.The .
i I
eleven o'clock a. m. advisor;
I PIECE OF MAIL County Levy Here Wednesday
was ,that the storm had passed I I
and I I A second hearing conducted by
Nassau in the Bahamas wa .---
mail-sticker campaign '
An : attended by winds of gale fore Nine West Point cadets and four; district U. S. Engineer Col. LewisH.
to' acquaint thousands of Taxes county wide will be affect-
of the
the center. Residents Watkins in
near regard to water con-
nation ed by an Increase of 18 mills this second lieutenants spring graduates
persons in all parts of the coastal area near Palm Beach wen in
... with the sugar possibilities of year over last by an act of the I cautioned to prepare for fifty mill of the military school, accompanied trol the Lake Okeechohee-Ct-

county commissioners when they winds and possibly harder in gusts by Capt. Chas. H. Mason, assist nt loosahatchee area was held Mondayat
been inaugurated
Florida has ;:
met Tuesday in special session to I No great concern was felt hen district engineer and A. H. Brow,, the sub-office of the engineers
the Florida State Chamber of Commerce the tentative budget pre in Clewiston
approve with
from the'storm because at no time< both of Jacksonville, visited the a large numberof
it was announced this week] pared by Clerk William T. Hull has there been any indication tha Interested farmers, landownersand

by Harold Colee, president.The which was published in the News in there: would be, a severe wind. ,Th Lake Okeechobee project Wednesday drainage ,officials present. As

stickers are featured'by ;a the July 20 edition. Millage last first indication of the approaching on a tour of federal projects in was the case in the previous hear-

small sketch of the sugar-house at year was set fat 36 and this year at listurbance were rain "squalls whicl the state of Florida. ing two weeks ago the majority of

Clewiston and bear three differenl 54. began shortly before noon. Leaving Jacksonville Monday they those present favored at least a

messages, all designed to acquaintthe This is accounted for by the placing The U. S. Engineers, however, an I first to Tampa and from 'two-foot raise in the elevation' of

reader with Florida's sugar industry of 8 mills on the road and bridge taking: all preparatory measures the I came Lake Okeechobee.'

I I and urging them to write fund due to the loss of gas tax, and same as for a severe storm.. Hurri- Tampa came to the Okeechobee pro The second hearing was held by

I or wire their delegates in Washington 10 'mills on the highway bond interest ane; gates are closed, all floating ject Wednesday. They visited the Col. Watkins in an attempt to formulate :-

to remove present Federal regulations I and sinking fund, which is also plant is secured and the levees are I Ortona and Moore Haven locks, con some concrete plan for water!

o." hampering the ,fullest development affected by the same loss.; No mil being patrolled by men assigned ;tc tinued to Clewiston for luncheon.. control in the lake area and the remainder -
of this great Florida industry :lage was set on either, of these funds that work several months ago. Constant of the Everglades south of
After brief visit to the subofficethey
a '
Mr. Colee explained. l last year. communication is being I the Lake as far' as Miami; to deter-

Wording is as .follows: Of the 54 mills set for county maintained by the short wave radio continued on around the Lake mine the ideal lake level and the

"Wake Up Americans! Floridais wide 31 is for necessary operating system between the sub-office here visiting the various hurricane gates :amount of water which would be

allowed to supply less than 1 expenses and 23 for road and courthouse and the various hurricane gate and left late in the afternoon for .needed 'annually for irrigation rmv-

per cent of the Nation's sugar requirements -:- bonds "interest and sinking structures where sets are installed Miami. After visiting in Miami and poses on cultivated lands and for
, i yet 70 per cent of all] fund. For that section of north La- i flooding the uncultivated areas for

the Sugar used In this country is Belle which came into Hendry county Key West they will return up the I i the prevention of fires and other

imported. Florida is not even allowed from Glades, 35 mills was set the PROPERTYOWNERS East Coast to Jacksonville. soil conservation purposes. A report
to fill her own sugar bowl! same as last year for Glades county Those on the tour were: J. H. i on this phase of the work will be

Write or wire your Congressman. courthouse bonds interest, and sinking Meyer, Gainesville, Fla., 2nd Lieut.; received on November, 15. ,While

Ask him to increase Florida's sugar fund. The rest of Hendrycoun'ty ASKED IN Wi .L. Turner, Milledgeville, Ga., only the heads of the various drainage -

production." is not affected by this mil 2nd Lieut.; W. G. Dolvin, Greens- units were invited to present

"More employment! Removal of age.There boro, Ga., 2nd Lieut.; J. W. Jaycox, testimony at,, this hearing there were

restrictions on Florida sugar' pro was no increase in millagefor DEBT REFUNDINGThe Orlando, Fla., 2nd Lieut.;' Cadets : many others present and the engineers -

duction would: Give employment to schools with the exception of ,M. G. Miller, ,Fort Benning, Ga., P. seemed to be much better satisfied -

i 100,000 heads of families, with an Felda, which was raised from 15 last E. Huffman: Columbus, Ga., J. I. with the testimony given than

increase of more than $70,000,000per I I year to 18 this year. This is" for aid of property owners in Gurfein, Brooklyn, N. Y., Bob Brin- they; were following the first hear-'

year. Write or 'wire, your Congressman the purpose of retiring refunding negotiations for refunding the seventeen son, Millen, Ga., J. R. Sands, Jr.,

and ask him to help these I I bonds on the Felda schoolhouse. million dollar indebtedness Jacksonville, Fla.,. J. R. Laney, Jr., ing.A lake level of from 16 to 19

American farmers." All other funds wil carry the same of the Everglades Drainage District Dublin, Ga.,. J. 'V. Callaway, Greens- feet' was favored by the majority

"Jobs_for 100,000! .If. Florida millage as last year, general revenue fill be sought by the district board boro, Ga., Roy Hendrickson, Mil Df those present instead of the pres-

were permitted 'to supply even 10 8 mills, fine and forfeiture 3, of supervisors a meeting to beheld ledgeville, Ga., and M. E. Layfield, ent 1-1 to 17 feet variation allowedby
.' of the country's sugar requirements publicity 2 and courthouse bond ,
percent next Tuesday, August 15, in Augusta, Ga., the, engineers.
".,. she ,could provide, workto interest and sinking fund 13.La' he c 'iminacourt room of the Palm A different opinion was voiced

p' support 100,000.fa. niUes, withan Belle News: Beach county courthouse inVest Small Battles Big however, by R. Y. Patterson representing -
annual cash Income of more than
> I I the South Shore Drainage
,.., Palm Beach. A legal notice of this
1 valuable
$70,000,000, plus many other District and the Pahokee and Pelican -
District Officials which property
Con- meeting, to every Fish Several HoursIn
I: perquisites. Write ,your owner in the 'glades is invited, maybe ; Lake districts whe presented a
gressman and ask him to vote an written report from H. A. Bestor,
Speak At Kiwanis > seen elsewhere in this issue. Levee CanalG.
increase in Florida's sugar produc-
ngineer, stating that a higher
meeting will start at 10:00 a, In.
tion." This is the first time that prop- water; level would make it necessaryo
Meeting .
Mr. Colee said a sticker is being refinance all sub-drainage districts -
have been formally askd :
rty owners H. Small Clewiston peace
applied to every piece of mail going I : in order to provide facilities
with the
to cooperate justice had a host unique fishing
of the State Chamber of Coml -
out for: taking care of additional water
it is proposed to '
and canal a'
ommissioners in the levee
office and a supply of the Lummus, district governorof
merce and that the capacity of the Palm'Beach
the meeting, a committeef Clewiston
elect, at short> distance from
small seals Is being sent various' Kiwanis of Miami, was a visitor advise the board canal 'would have to be in-
landowners to Thursday afternoon while out with
l firms and State'with organizations the request in all partsof they and the; principal speaker at the of supervisors in their negotiations M. E. VonMach and daughters Sue creased. J. T. Manning a commis-

the mail.J. regular meeting of the local Kiwanis !with creditors. No refunding planrill and Eleanor. .ioner of the South Shore Drainage
too; affix the stickers on of the Club at the Inn Wednesday even be presented at the meeting." Two or three bass of, average size District stated that a seventeen foot
E. Beardsley, secretary the
H. B. Craven of Lakeland, bondholders level was ideal and that when
ing. 'I Negotiations with lad been landed when suddenly Mr.
states I
of Commerce
local Chamber elevation of the lake goes to eighteen -
for the southern several
lieutenant-governor for
stickersIs have been underway Small started to reel ,in after a
that a large stock of the I the farming land In
in Clewiston iivision and Jack Holtz former :, ears and the district has an, RFC cast; and the plug would not '''re- or beyond
on hand and anyone 'I district is wet. -
district lieutenant-governor and the basis of thirty had he
ommittment on trieve. At first he felt that
wishing to affix mail a sticker can havea to chairman of the district public affairs cents on the dollar for refunding. snagged it on a rock or ,weeds but W. M. Stafford, 'chief of the Everglades -

pieces of outgoing committee were also present bondholders have refused ; fire control district presented
This' plan the the line began to run off
calling at his office in is
supply by I and made talks. R. Crews of Wau- a detailed plan for providing the
to accept. reel and the end of the line swung
I the Hopkins Building. inaccessible areas of the Everglades
hula and Lee Daniels of Fort
; award the center of the canal he
It is hoped that everyone In I: other I with a system of canals and ditcheso
'Myers were sit and take notice
Clewiston will cooperate whole- Judge Barns ]Enjoins began up :I carry water to all parts of the
the message Mr. Lummus was most complimentary i- His thought then was that he had ,
heartedly in spreading I glades and at the same time furnish
toward the Clewiston clul hooked a large alligator a sharL{
stickers every Board
carried by these Drainage which fire-fighting equipment -
1 \ the letters for its activities and confined his: (a few 'are reported in the lake); I a' way
part of the country on might be taken to these areas
remarks principally to a discussion turtle.
or a large
they write.Contract. if a fire occurred. Such a system,
of methods of improving Kiwanis: Circuit Judge Paul D. Barns of His line was only average size 'I he said, would cost about ten million ] -

AwardedFor work. He stated that' the Florid Miami enjoined commissioners of and he was afraid to exert toe dollars but he considered that

membership is increasing steadil; drainage district much pressure but was as definite
the Everglades it would be a worthwhile invest-
Lock and that at least one new club is Tuesday from paying part of its determined to land whatever it happened -
St. Lucie ment.
being added in the state each )'ear.He is on to be. i
debts until enough money H M. Forman of the Broward
also an account of the re than two hours the I
gave shareto For more
rata ,
to give a
hand hand pro rainage) District asked for the construction -
Kiwanis International convention Small refusing -
cent raged'with Mr.
The low bid of Cleary Brothers all bondholders.: battle : of two new-type locks inthe
held in Boston, Mass. Callin;; assistance. A little :
all offers of
Palm order handed down in a at
Construction Company of West The North New River canal acost
attention to the district convention to be madeas :
Beach of $642,765 for the con- suit brought by one bondholder, W. headway would appear of $1,000 each to flood unde-
to be held in West Palm Beach 01 reeled In and then
the .line was
struction of the new lock in the St. O. Lasseter, stops disbursements until eloped lands' during the rainy seam -
October 8, 9, and 10, Mr. Lummui would run rapidly
all its due again the
Lucie Canal near Stuart, was accepted the district can pay and hold the water for irrigation -
by the War Department and asked all Clewiston members wh( debt or make at least a 5 per cent off the spool toward the center' of i during times of drought.
could possibly attend to do so. the canal. Finally a terrific tug was
the contract was officially awarded payment on the total. State Senator John R. Beacham
Mr. Craven spoke on the need o f also were made by Mr. Small and his rod
on Monday of this week. I The commissioners but of' West Palm Beach asked favorable -
: Certain minor details are;- yet to a competent secretary in each clul restrained from spending money for broke. There was nothing to do consideration of any plan

t f be cleared up before the order to and the importance' of reporting all maintenance or administrative ex- call for assistance and word .was which would help the farmers( and

prpceed is given the contractor by activities and accomplishments of penses and were directed to report sent in to Johnson's Fish Camp.In Johnson prevent the disastrous muck; fires

the engineers but after this orderis the club. within 30 days on the treasury's a few minutes Mr. which have destroyed much land
given the contractor must have Jack Holtz, who as chairman of condition.The was on hand with a gaff and and formed a terrific smoke: nuisance -
land the
work underway in not more than the district public affairs committee same order directed a bond- work with Mr. Small to definitely in the East Coast tourist

ten days.C. took with him to the Interna holder's committee headed by II. C. fish. Bill was puzzled but was reas. *
it was no 'gatoron
J. Smith, associate engineerfor tional convention a resolution fron Rorick and others to make an accounting certain that determined J. E. Beardsley, Clewiston member -

the U. S. Engineers arrived in the Clewiston club asking suppor of funds received under the end of the line. Finally of the Everglades Drainage District -

Clewiston Wednesday from Chicagoand of other Kiwanians in the fight to I judgments against the district. to land the fish he gave him board of supervisors said that

reported for duty to Carawan have sugar quota restrictions re The 16-page ruling giving a history the gaff to Mr. Small and told : any consideration of the water problem -
strike as
Nelson, engineer in charge of the moved, stated that while the Boston l of the 11-county district's debt I to hold it poised ready to :Mean- in the 'glades must take into

f sub-office here. Mr. Smith will have convention promised to' take thE said $7,011,688 In bonds and Inter- soon as it broke the water. account the district's seventeen million -
In on
the supervision of the new lock matter under advisement and wouli est were due on July 1, 1938. time he laboriously the dollar indebtedness most of
i structure. not pass in favor of it at this time the object from the bottom whIch is in default' This indebted-

f Work Is expected to be underway that he had been most successful ii: NICE IV\SS STRINGEd canal. to the ness, he said, should'' be liquidated,

by the first of September. securing support from all over th Closer and closer it came of the Creditors as well as landowners, hentinued

district. Miami, he said had cooperated Ward, H. W. ,Holland and surface and the occupants stood should be interested inthe
Mr.. Small ,
College trained experts and specialists one hundred percent ant l Horace Holland brought in a nice boat became tense. there wasa matter of fire control because

s, are continually coming out'(had not only passed the resolutio::1 string of bass Monday afternoon ready to strike. Suddenly and the object if the assets on which the bonds

If with information that the average but. had followed it up with personal fishing from Johnson's Camp. The, ripple of the water were issued were allowed to burn

'.- man learned in the school of life.Tjuieg .-'., letters from ,each member tc),largest fish weighed seven pounds! came into view. trap! (Continued on Page 8)VOLUME
n caught Horace Holland.! It was_3 big fish _
Union. i Congress. bpd was by I : "
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U. S. May Discover 'Yardstick'In Big Cuts in Lend-Spend Bill \ou wouldn't w xnt z..

witUout h1..cIov
picture .;
Low-Cost Indiana Project Traceable to Lewis Barrage The sweetest music'st. in

minor ke.Yi'

Garner ShiftsEDITOR'S And t. lire that isn't i
w.n "a7'ac7lRS r ta7.uw t Against Wage fK.vore.ct with someSorrow

( NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns, they Oh,hO\J insipid '
are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) uch life
Au Released by Western Newspaper Union. ________ x
; would be!
G J < F CONGRESS: 000 and $50,000,000, the U. S. probably R\'C"!\ "''!
will not ask so great a share of
DriftingTime the world market'when the international

p iOlN ; was when C. 'I. O.'s John L. wheat conference meets in
Lewis and President Roosevelt were London. To maintain a carryoverof
:lose Jfriends. If this was an excuse 175,000,000 to 200,000,000-bushels,
for anti-Roosevelt sentimentin an export of only 70,000,000 is.need WNU Service.

the rural U. S., such sentiment ed. Thus, compared with the $31,-
might have been dispelled the day 860,000spent on subsidies last year,
John Lewis appeared before a hos- a 50-cent subsidy this year would
: 1m ;;ile house'labor committee. In a few cost only $4,000,000 more.

choice words he denounced proposed
amendments to the 1938 fair labor WHITE HOUSE: -

standards act. In a few more he Hatch Bill ,
alled Vice President Garner a "la-
Dor-baiting, poker-playing, whiskey-, Passed by both senate and house,
the bill of New Mexico's Sen. CarlA.
irinking, evil old man .
While this denunciation at least Hatch to "clean up" politics found FEED AND SEEDS
its way to the President's desk for
won Jack Garner the poker-playing signing or veto. Its ,purpose:, To CHEAP FEED Sea HOGS 20o In coin for 4 of.sample. :.

,, ,, .. ._ __,, remove influence GT interference of PROSO crows almost anywhere. Wonderful -'
r I.m.m.>: h "'>/'ft,7 roI"N :feed. ATLAS SEED CO.,ST. LOUIS, MO.
all federal administrative officials

"" : from elections or nominating efforts
for President. Its result: Incumbent POULTRYBRED
1 HIS is the living room of a home costing somewhere less than $2,500. federal administrations will find

In' July, 1937, four brothers named Hoess at Hammond, Ind., divide

ed a 40-acre "white elephant" plot into one-acre lots, then sold homesto 'little help at nomination or election SOLD BY QUALITY: Turkeys
low-wage earners and provided them enough lad for productive r Sr' 3.lYyr.'a,ya: time. But state machines will wield MILFORD STARTED HATCHERY'CHICKS: Pallets 1 'p.1 L

gardening. Thirty-six homes ,have been built, most of them four rooms great power. .

with bath on which tenants pay $20 to $25 a month. Whether he liked it or not, Presi-
dent Roosevelt told his press conference OLD COINS .
__ 1 w.--<-=,'''''>':>Y.<<'dt'';' = mo:., '::,-N :::',;:;-:::':;: ;; z?: 1r.': he favored the bill's "ob

I jectives," yet he feared it was uncon- COINS WANTED. Gold silver copper.
T''f.Y,, 5. arpqrr.y Tell me what you have. L. E. ELLISON,
< 1' : 'i, .y. ;; stitutional because vaguely drawn. Box 497. Birmingham, Alabama.
.' For example, what can people legiti-
an a. b r Wa '4S mately do under its very broad lan-
;! n Life First
guage? Can officeholders attend political -
: Y 4 i rallies or voluntarily contribute Life comes I before literature, as
i i ryxt ___ ------- material before
-- to a friend's campaign expendi- the ,always comes
JOHN LEWIS tures? Pending a decision from At- the ,work. The hills are full of

The effect was stupendous.and : torney ,General Frank Murphy, the marble before the world blooms
bill awaited presidential action. If with statues.-PhilliPs, Brooks.
whiskey-drinking vote if he runs not signed or vetoed by August 3,
F5rtl for President next year, its actual Mr. Hatch's bill would become law.
r .: .. effect was' much greater-indeed, it The White House also:
was .stupendous. By denouncing C Ordered Secretary of State Cor- HOT WEATHERBILIOUSNESS
wage-hour amendments Mr. Lewis dell Hull to move from the second to
stepped on rural toes (especially in' the fourth floor of the old State,
,. ,..:,,, which wanted '
> .7vaSVf y arMwrr evf'Y t the South) .processors War and Navy building, makingroom
of agricultural products eliminated for the six "assistant presi-
from minimum wage requirements.Thus dents" appointed under the reorganization -
he fanned into a blaze the bill, men. with "a passion for
L- !i 4$. growing coalition between Republicans anonymity." Have you noticed 'that and elimina-in hot
Weather digestion
and rural Democrats who are '
become lazy?
tion seem to torpid or
coolish toward the New Deal. Cheer- RUSSIA: Your food sours, forms gas, causes __
ing Jack Garner in house and sen- belching, heartburn, and a feelingof
ate, this group proceeded to raise PurgeIn ,restlessness and irritability. Your

havoc with President Roosevelt's pet the U. S. an incompetent pub- tongue plexion may bilious be, coated and ,your your bowel com-

multi-billion lend-spend program, lic official is demoted, or fired at action sluggish or insufficient.

, ____ aimed to hasten recovery.In the end of his term. In Soviet Rus- These are some of the symptomsof
'. >.v._ ._._.i.Painting. Nao "._ sia where Foreign Commissar Max- or-
the senate $2,490,000,000 orig-
decorating and installation of light fixtures is left to occu- 1 inal pi'oposallost a a $500,000,000 item im Litvinov disappeared mysteriously They Liver,"call so for prevalent calomel in, or hot better climates.still,

pants, who not only enjoy working on their own homes but take better for toll highways, bridges and tun- last May 3, public officials may Calotabs, the nausealess calomel
I care of them that way. Interest in the Hoess plan has become so wide- nels, another $350,000,000 for leasing expect a fate ranging from impris- compound tablets that make calo-

spread that the O'Mahoney economic committee is investigating it as a equipment railroads. In the house onment or execution to exile in Siberia's mel-taking Calotabs give pleasure.you the effects of
possible model for future U. S. housing activity. the bill was tied in committee. While calomel and salts combined, helping
adjournment hinged on this bill and Strangely coincidental as July Nature to expel the sour, stagnantbile

I XSKY 'frS/SOWJRS y'q., .. ',. r.SPV R N'v'Nf' ,:pOPV,, ; (!:w9vNN4y.. ; no other, Senate Majority Leader neared its end were two bits of Rus- and washing it out of the
w :n';r>'r.y. ?5:% / NL, i;f9l 9: v r.'I i'frfar.tl.I4 .\ -3ri Alben Barkley had to bite his finger. sian news. In Moscow, Dictator Josef system.time with One a or glass two of Calotabs waterthat'sall. at
;' If : ; !r: nails and listen to an irrelevant two- Stalin and his right-hand, man, Next morning your system feels
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: : is
<;loy:, hour neutrality harangue by North .+..v.nsc + clean and refreshed, your
,w..:; Dakota's Sen. Gerald P. Nye. Finally Y t clear, your spirit bright, and you are
v feeling fine with 'a hearty appetitefor
after remarking quietly that wish
sr \ breakfast. Eat what you
ia "there seems to be some sort of an r\ and go about your work or pleasure.
undercurrent that's causing this bill In
Genuine Calotabs are sold only
to drift," he dashed from'the cham- ;as it checker-board bearing the(black trade and mark white"Calotabs.) packages "

'(> ber and yelled at waiting reporters: Refuse ,Imitations. Trial package only
'n f: "I don't know anything about any- ten cents; family ,package twenty-five
thing!" t; 'xt' cents, at ;your dealer's (Adv.)

Finally passed and sent to the

house, the emasculated measure Learn From History

looked something like this: (000,000 Y Examine history, for it is "Phil.
omitted) osophy teaching by Experience."
Original Senate House
Bill 'Bill Committee -Carlyle.
Road .....S750.. Omitted.S500 vF4 :
Farm Tenancy .... 600.$600.... 400 ,
Public Works ...... 350.... 350.... 350
Electrification ..... 500.... 500.... 350 \ : Just: ."2-drops" In
Exports ............ 100.... 75.... 100 siPut nostril for quick
... 500.. Omitted. 250 from excessive
n Rail Equipment roli if
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k :
> fyhh 3 / ,, .
Reclamation .. Omitted..90. Omitted COLD) nasal: secretion. AskorPENEiRO
The price Senator Barkley had to ; L DROi

Food bills are cut down by gardening. Fresh eggs are within easy pay for his measure: (1) adoption of
the amendment of Virginia's Harry
reach, too. Right: families which once lived in over-crowded areas now
I Byrd removing tax exemption on For the CauseIt
enjoy sunshine and fresh air. government securities financing the CONSTANTIN OUMANSKY is the cause and not the death,

7"."r' ,. ;) .,awtxmvw'vf..,o3v Nt f'ff project; (2) offering his own com Purgee? that makes the martyr.Napoleon. -
promise amendment reducing Ex .
port-Import' bank loans to $75,000000 ,- Premier and Foreign Commissar

rrr,,,, / vroc Y/I ,)j' and providing all loans shouldbe Vyacheslav Molotov announced in' II
) ,9'c'
aiwY.'f.r spent in the U S.AGRICULTURE. the Official Gazette the names of 79 Got MALARIA?
r ul 4h//J/ high military and diplomatic offi- ,
ylr/ :' cials who had been "stripped of If you have Malaria, you owe' it
rf to yourself and your family to get
rr their decorations, i.e., placed under
SubsidiesLast arrest, for "actions unworthy of relief. All over the South-and in
: year the U. S. agriculture department order bearers." Biggest shakeupwas 21 foreign is known as one of the oldest
pE/ placed 118,000,000 bushelsof in the Japanese-pestered Far and most reliable Malaria medicineson
wheat on the world market, losing East, where Gen. Grigorio Shtern the market. We believe you
an average of 27 cents a bushelin (successor to the vanished Marshal will agree this is proof of quality.
subsidies because U. S. prices Vassily Bluecher) was succeeded by For your own sake-TRY Winter-
were above world levels. This year General Popov. smith's-and see for yourself I

world production will hit a new high The other bit of news was gath- WINTERSMITH'STONIC
'( and 'Liverpool prices have reached ered from such widely separated
,4r their lowest levels since 1592. Thus, points as Berlin, Rome, Washington,
to compete on the world market and Tokyo. In each case Soviet
'%.rb and still give farmers a fair price embassies reported their ambassa-

for exported wheat, the U. S. would dors missing. Washington's Constantin -
suffer a subsidy loss of between 45 Oumansky, who sailed from New
n and 50 cents a bushel. York July 5 for a "vacation" back mODEtmmJDZEWhether
Offsetting bigger subsidies, however home, had not been heard from
is smaller domestic produc- since he watched Moscow's annual you're planning a partyor
culture parade two weeks remodeling a room you should
of Agriculture physical
As Secretary
-_...:.YVw?."rNfla lwsoA.x v!'... _.__...__--___._..........._... tion. Best held that Pre follow the advertisements...to learn
Henry A. Wallace began estimating later. guesses what's new...and cheaper...and
production, domestic consumption, mier Molotov, who has been shak- better. And the place to find out
Most of the 40-acre plot is already sold and constructed, but customers Soviet's diplomatic things is tight here in
and export surpluses ing up the serv- about new
still Not be with FHA homes Hoess houses required carryover Its columns are
come. to compared the picture looked brighter. ice ever since he replaced Comrade this newspaper. -
are smaller, less carefully constructed, 'yet many housing experts think Although, a 100,000,000 export would Litvinov, is doing: somee more shak- which filled you with should important read regularly.messages l
they fit the average income better. cost the treasury between $45,000- ing up via the purge route.




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IMPROVED------- AROUND.r Items of Interest

UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL .. ', 4 yN uyagY 4 z. .r
to the Housewife

' SUNDAY iLesson I the HOUSE J .

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Lasting Paper Dolls.Childrenlike Centerpiece for Child's Party
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute to play with dolls. Try Table.-A
of Chicago. paper bouquet of lollipops in
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) pasting them on coarse muslin and many colors makes an attractive

they will last much longer. centerpiece for the children's
:-t -
Lesson for August .13 ty table. The lollipops may be fit-
Beaten Egg Whites. Never ted into a flower holder that is

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -, leave egg whites after they have placed in a bowl or low basket.
and copyrighted by International ., been beaten still. If let stand they *

I permission Council of Religious Education; ,used by r iy I will flatten and will not beat up Repairing Last Year's Bathing
) t r r J : k again. Suit.-If last "
a year' bathing,suit is
; ELISHA: A LIFE OF found to have a hole in it, the
; I .HELPFULNESSLESSON When Bureau Drawers Stick.If .- hole may be repaired and then

i s doors or bureau drawers stickin covered,with a small aquatic fig-

TEXT-II Kings 5110. 14. hot weather, a little wax rubbed ure, such as a fish, diving girl or
i) GOLDEN TEXT-Be ye kind one to an. on the surface where friction occurs duck which may be purchased in.
other.-Ephcsians 4:32. '
will end the trouble. expensively.

"Loving kindness and tender mer

cies" (Ps. 103:4) are among the glo-

rious attributes of our God,.and con-
sequently characteristic of those By I ISO
who love and serve,Him. The world WYETH
has all but forgotten these virtues, SANDWICHES MAINSTAYS Below OF SUMMER MENUSSee SPEARS
( Recipe )
for in its brutal determination to ,
- -
achieve results there is only an out-
ward veneer of courtesy and consid- MARE CIRCLES NOTICE:' Every Homemaker

eration which extends itself primarily IN PAIRS should have copies of the two

to those from whom some advan- books containing 96 How to Sew

tage may be obtained or who are articles. You may secure SEW
highly regarded because ,of their k ING, For the Home Decorator;

wealth or position. The poor and + and Gifts, Novelties and Embroid-
needy, the aged and afflicted are : JOINING PLAIN 1N c?" eries; both for 25 cents; and your

quickly brushed aside as unfortu- O BRAIDING choice of the Patchwork Quilt

nate hindrances in the path of prog- Leaflet showing 36 authentic

ress. ) p) __ stitches; or the Rag Rug Leaflet

In all times God's people have FREE, while the supply lasts.

" ..J been those most considerate of oth- Don't delay, as the offer of both

ers. It is they who have given time books at this low price will be

and effort and means to help thosein withdrawn soon. Send your orderat

need. The life of Elisha is well once to Mrs. Spears, 210 S.

characterized as a life of helpful- II Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill.
I ness. It is surprising to find how MANY requests for copies of .

I many of his miracles were for the these" directions have been received -

I purpose of helping others. God'sservants Banana Butter Filling. they are being printed be miserable withMALARIA
i are called to be leaders and 'Make Mine a Ham on Rye"Sandwiches (Makes cup' filling) again to accommodate those who W

I I to be, preachers, but they are nonetheless 1 ripe banana neglected to clip and 'save them 111

Ii i called to carry on a life of in all their delightful % cup peanut butter when they appeared before. and COLDS when
1, helpful service. Elisha's experience variety are the mainstays of summer V4 cup dates (cut fine) The mat is made of heavy white "'"\

i with Naaman suggests how we may menus. Grilled sandwiches 1 teaspoon lemon juice cotton cable cord such as you buy 66 6 will check MALARIA fast nd

I exercise such a ministry. Without make a "one-dish meal" for lunchor Mash banana with a"fork and thor- at the notion counter for seams gives symptomatic cold relief

I seeking to designate verses in the supper; substantial sandwicheswith oughly blend in remaining ingredients. and trimmings. The design is LIQUID,TABLETS.SALVE.NOSE DROPS

: text, shall we observe that we must hearty fillings make a satisfy- copied,from a luncheon mat made

i I. Find the One in Need. ing picnic lunch; Raisin Orange Filling for years ago of corset strings! There
and dainty "teasandwiches Sandwiches. was a fad at one time for sewing Public's Desire
I! the It is not always that the one with ,.y ," '\ (Makes .8-10 sandwiches) these in braided and scroll designs The public loves fables best, andso
deepest need makes himself
served with a 2 cups raisins with fine stitches on the wrong fables are given it.-Voltaire.
known. In fact
it is commonly true
that those who have' the greatest frosted beverage/ 2 teaspoons grated orange rind side of the mat.

f need and are' possibly the most are perfect for a 4 tablespoons orange juice Follow the' directions in the

worthy of help keep their sorrowsto party. Grind the raisins, add orange rind sketch, making the circles in
themselves. Certainly it is true a But it keeps a and juice and blend well. Use with pairs, using No. 40 cotton threadto weak eyesare

i that those afflicted with the leprosyof woman's wits white or whole wheat bread. sew them. Braid three cords made strong by Leonardi's

sin do not often come to church. working overtimeto Mayonnaise Sandwich Loaf. together and then sew the braided Eye ,Lotion. Inflammation is
We provide sand- 1 loaf bread strip around and around to make relieved in one,day. No other
must go ,out and seek them.
wiches that are 1 head lettuce the center of the mat. Sew a row eye remedy so pure and healing.
One of the, weaknesses Keeps the in trim
working : :
many new and different! And new and different % cup boned chicken of the circles to the edge of this! eyes
churches today is that they go they must be, if they're to % cup mayonnaise dressing center part; then add another GOLDEN LEONARDI'S
through their services EYE LOTION
regular '
I which include the, retain the appetite appeal which 3 slices broiled bacon braided row, being' careful, to :MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG
may preaching makes them popular. 1 medium sized tomato "ease in" the inside, edge just
gospel, and then they lament the New Large Sire with Dropper-50 anti
fact that sinners do not come to the Success With Sandwiches. % package cream cheese enough to keep the mat flat. Con- S.B.X.eonardi&Co.Inc.,New Rochelle,N.1';

services to hear and be saved. Let 1. Use bread that is a day old. 1 tablespoon prepared mustard tinue adding alternate rows of
2. Cream the butter-d.on't melt it. Ripe olives circles and braiding until the mat
us be reminded that it is our busi- \
ness to go out into the highwaysand 3. Whatever the filling, use plentyof Remove crusts and slice a me- 'is size desired. To join the ends A Day of Strife

the byways to find those in need. it. dium sized loaf of bread lengthwisein of the braided rows, pull one end Better a day of strife than a .

Naaman's experience illustrates how 4. Keep sandwiches moist for several three long through the braiding to the wrong century of sleep.-A. J. Ryan. ,
slices. Place crisp side of the mat then trim the'
the simple word of a little slave hours by wrapping them in wax ;
girl was instrumental in bringing the paper or in a clean cloth wrung out lettuce leaves on f.- ends and sew them flat.
the slice and adda
leper in touch with the man of God. of hot water. M ROri
Had she failed in her responsibility, 5. Remember to use a variety in layer of boned -

K the prophet would have missed his breads, as well as fillingswholewheat chicken. Spread a. ) I
'**' opportunity to minister.II. rye, graham, oatmeal, brown second slice of )vt. ( lUICK'UOTES I ;h,

Locate and Diagnose the Con- bread, raisin bread, nut bread and bread with mays '
dition. orange bread all make delicious onnaise and place ;;o-- \\JI J
dressing side
Naaman knew that sandwiches. .-4
he had
leprosy, down, on the chicken. Add crisp ,,.,,,,, "
:, but he did not know that he had a 6. Use left-over sandwiches for SM FaturcsPRACTICAL
broiled bacon and thin sliced toma-
f' blight of soul called pride. The next day's lunch or supper by
toes as the sandwich filling on this PATRIOTISM
under the "french toasting" them'-:merely dip 0' y
prophet, acting
; I guidance tomatoes with ""\7'OU build ideal state'bysimply
second layer. cannot an
r' !: and control of God, struck right at the sandwiches in beaten egg, pan *
mayonnaise dressing and top with passing laws to rfgulatelife's
[. the heart of things when he directed fry them on both sides, and serve
I hot with third'long slice of bread. Mix 3 to 4 activities. Making people dependent
i Naaman to crush his pride and to a garnish of watercress or
packages softened cream cheese upon the state is not building the
I show his faith by sweet pickle.
obeying God'scommand
with one tablespoon prepared mus- state or the individual. To make man
to wash seven times in the Sandwich Spread. self-sustaining, adventuresome, a build.
tard and frost the loaf. Garnish
Jordan. 2 teaspoons dry mustard er reaching out to find self and his" An Appetizer
I I i The story has many important ap- i/4, cup sugar with ripe olives and parsley. Sliceas Maker, that is practical patriotism.- Hunger is the best sauce in the
,ti' plications. Let us be sure that in aia teaspoon salt for any ordinary loaf of bread. U. S.Senator Alexander Wiley. \vorld.-Cervantes.
I Serve individual plates.If .
our efforts to help people physicallyor 1/4 cup milk

socially, we get through to their 2 eggs (slightly : -

real need, the need of Christ. Let beaten) you're looking for sugges-

us also be careful not to modify or %, cup vinegar fBt tions for easy, inexpensive mealsbe P

change God's requirement. Thereis 2 teaspoons lem sure to read this column next IfASf/I/G

one way of salvationthroughfaith on juice week. In it Eleanor Howe will S
in Christ; there is no other 6 tablespoons soft A give you practical tested recipesfor ftJP

remedy for sin. A man "must be butter one dish "macaroni meals"-
born again" or "he cannot enter 1 L 3-ounce package .' ,/1 recipes that are suitable for fam- !

the kingdom of God" (see John 3: cream cheese ily menus, for camp cookery, and Ih

3-7). If men are too proud to go 1/4 cup pimiento (chopped) e.en.for. an informal buffet sup- CI1tAtS
that way, they cannot be saved. 1/4 i cup olives (chopped) per. .x
Observe also that there was no respect 2 tablespoons pickle (chopped) 0 a

of persons on the part of Eli- 1 tablespoon green pepper .
sha. Naaman was a great and dis- (chopped) Get This New Cook Book. ?::
tinguished man, ready to bestow In a double boiler place the mus- :;;;
Of the in
course man family
rich gifts, but the man of God hadno tard, sugar, salt and milk. Blendin your
has special recipe likes and
interest in those''things. He want- eggs and vinegar, and cook, stirring very EVERYBODY
dislikes. So has other he- oIiUlI'1 likes Kel-
ed only to give God's message.III. constantly, until thickened. Re- every (
man. And, of course, they all like a
Apply the move from flame, and add remaining
Remedy.One -
big, juicy steak, apple pie a la mode, logg's Corn Flakes so
would be quick to condemnthe ingredients. Store in refrigerate potatoes au gratin, etc. This new

trained physician who, having until using. cook book contains over 125 recipes R well that you never
found his patient and having given that men like. Send 10 cents in cointo t 0 "

his attention to his need, made a Dot Peanut Butter Sandwiches. "Feeding Father," Eleanor Howe, have a ho -
careful and accurate diagnosis and Toast 5 slices of bread on one 919 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago e S

then sent him away without apply- side only. Then spread untoasted Ill., arid get a postage prepaid LK w; package remainingwastefully -
ing the cure which was in his pos- side with! % cup peanut butter, and copy now.Released. f ....
session. As the servants.of Christ then with Vi cup chili sauce. Top ( by Western Newspaper Union.) ..". ." -on the'
the great Physician, engaged in the with slices of bacon and broil slowly .;...... ?1/
cure of souls, we need to be equally until bacon is slightly browned and WORTH REMEMBERINGBrown oRtcNA r pantry shelf!

wise. It is commendable to engage crisp. .Serve with gherkin pickle ITNuii

in a discussion of the problems of fans. paper moistened in vine-

needy men and women, expressingour gar will polish tins until they shine &1111.'I'"' '
heart interest in that need. It Savory Sandwich Filling. like silver. C?"" ,111111
1 pound American cheese. r cutup
is desirable that "
clarify Save all
our paraffin as you remove it
Vi pound dried beef
knowledge of their need and
accu- from your preserves and jelly.A .
rately understand the truth of the 1 cup condensed tomato soup man's pipe cleaner makes an THE ORIGINALAMERICA'SFAVORITE ;
gospel which meets that need. However Run cheese and beef through.food excellent
device for
I cleaning the
chopper, then moisten with the FOR 33 YEARS j '
I 'C all of these things are quite to- spout of the coffee or tea pot.
meaningless unless'they result in the mato soup. You will find that this Emptying a cream whipper and
bringing of the gospel to bear on the filling will keep indefinitely if storedin bowl is wasteful unless one takes Copr.1939 b/JCelloes CompanyT1

lives of the unconverted. the refrigerator. time to scrape them carefully.






:He devoted to his home and citizens. )respect. \.
Senator Henry ,
fin English State G.\\ Dated at LaBelle. Hendry County
The Clewiston News Murphy and Representatives family' and within its retirementand BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, ]Florida, this 12th' day of July A. DL939. -
L. Stewart and Guy Strayhorn, in' their association he found That this resolution be spread U1>')'.1 ] PAULINE? BERNER.. .
Marketing Commissioner L. N. his chief recreation and happiness. ]DAVID ELMER WARD t
Clewiston State the Minutes of this Board a copy
Florida Published by every tho Fridny CLEWISTON In NEWS. Rhodes and others.Commissioner ., He is going to be missed and his, be 'furnished to the family and that :July Attorney 14, 21 for, 28 Petitioner.Aug. 4, 11. i.i

Inc. Mayo as "Daddy"of I place is going to be hard to fill. a copy be mailed to each of the

the State Markets explained the : His life emphasized the words of newspapers published in Hendry
Jerusalem's King: "A good name is NOTICE OK PUBLIC HEARING
In TnlEY no"'UHX. Editor plan and pufpose behind the County.

ers' market;;: ,set-up and told his listeners ( better than precious ointment and Moved by Commissioner Herbert Monday. August 28, 1939 fit 4:00'
class mall mniti.: I that the state had fulfilled the day of death than the day oone's O'Bannou seconded by Commissioner o'clock P. M., United States Eastern:
Entered 111'1' second birth." Death came to him asa Standard Time Is fixed as the date-
February 1. 1127.!> at the Post Office ,TClcwlslon. '. 1 its promise in providing; the market I Blitz Wegman called and car- and the time when and the City
under the Act benediction that followed a life
Florida f and now I it was up to the farmers ried unanimously that the above Hall In the City of Clewiston is des-
March :3. 1887.SnT.Ml'rlptlon. of the territory it of which he had no need to bt ignated as the place where the City.
and cattlemen and foregoing resolution be meetIng -
I approved Commission shall hold a public.
served to make it a success. ashamed and adopted.TO for the purpose of considering""
nnif $::.00 Per Vcnr.AiltortNIiiK William L. Wilson, Director of F. Watts Hall did not live In and Just, acting compromise upon or applications settle:delinquent to ad-

Hate On Application. I State markets pronounced the La- vain, and he has not died, in vain taxes of the 1938 and prior tax rollsof

Belle opening one of the most successful Full of good deeds and honors, he WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN: the City of Clewiston.must be. filed In
Such applications
and welfare he had witnessed and expressed sleeps the sleep of the just. And writing on or before August 25, 1939.
Devoted to the advancement and Hendry County. the opinion that it represented the stars, the bright forget-me-nou; Ndtice is hereby given that upca stating reason for said applicationand
ofCJowiston the 12th day of August A. D. 1939 or showing cause why such delinquent -
a great step forward in securing of the angels, come out to keel> as soon thereafter as the same may taxes should be adjusted com-
permanent prosperity for j i their vigil o'er the sleeping dust ol be heard, the undersigned PAULINE promised or settled.
; BERNER a married woman, residentof This notice dated this 24th day
The hearing Monday indicate s this wonderful cattle producing area I I him whore soul hath gone Hendry County Florida will apply cf July. 1939.
that most!: Everglades farmers still of south Florida. I I "To that fair land upon whose to one of the Honorable Judges of the MALCOLM W. BIGG. Clerk,
Circuit Court, and'
for said County -
favor a higher water table. Others on the speaking program ,I strand for a license to manage, take CITY .COMMISSION .
included W.: V. Knott Colin Eng I No wind of winter moans." charge of, and control her property CITY CLEWISTON.
and to become a free dealer in every July 28, Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25.
Governor Cone has finally begun lish, H. G. Murphy, L. M. Rhodes, I BE IT RESOLVED By the Boar
naming the members of the new Representatives Stewart and Stray- loc County Commissioners of Hen-

the twelve-man Everglades.fire control board for horn Spencer.The Doyle. Carlton and Dr. A. P. \dry meeting County on this Florida the 8th in recesse day of q _.'._..'u'u'...._............'.....'.....'................................;...;...;..;...;...;...;...;......;...;...;...;...;...;...:...;.................'......%. *%.*%..%.n..u.u.u.u.<* *.RII HS ,

big event of the day, of I August 1939, that in the death of .'.
Tampa seems to be doing right course, was the auction sale at F. Watts Hall the State of Florid: I I hL

well for herself in securing govern which 383 head of calves, cows I has lost one of its distingulj'uc : I .

ment jobs and payrolls. Could it b'. and steers and 14 head of horses ''I inhabitants and Hendry County ou::1 XX

because fo her neutral attitude toward were sold. Cattlemen and farmers of its most respected and useluConside h'II

the Cross-State canal? of the section pocketed $5,928.22on I
cattle sales while the horses Ii i CLEWISTON GOLF

Too bad the West Pointercouldn't : went under the hammer at an even 'II iH Ii

have remained longer. $1,000 making the total for the

Clewiston girls were just finding day's sale close to 7000.

out they were here when they pull- So great was the jam around the ::: ;' COURSE :
ed out for Miami. market during the sale that several I ,' -

buyers were unable to get to the "" :, '
The Hacketts have a son who, wa cattle pens or auction room. -- 1 '

born at seven o'clock a. m. on the The good ladies of the LaBelle :::
seventh of August weight seven Woman's Club worked themselvesinto 0 .i' i

pounds and seven ounces. Can you lather pushin' out soft drinks __ I '.
a 1 .. :.
blame Father Al for, lapsing into and ice cream from daylight till I ::. I 'h.

the vernacular of the crap-shouter well after dark, and netted over :
and calling him a "natural?" House 1I .
$400 for their new Club

season noon The if due first it doesn't to tropical hit Florida change storm its this of course strong after-the and fund.county Altogether one will that long it LaBelle was remember.The a and great. Hendry party I I thfS r AngUs I !. .... [ Open to the Public ] I Iy

From all accounts : successful operation ,of state hY
enough wind to blow away mostof markets in Flordia has caused this I I"\wning" your own home is real h'r :

the mosquitoes if not strong state to become a model for the na- V economy became you save the Xy

enough to cause much anxiety. tion and agricultural officials from I 'landlord's profit Any family needing c

states have come hereto a home will do well to look atOlft' ::: 'i'
Another sensational and horribla many other William selection of hornet and buy t .:. ." .-'., ,, ';', \ ::.:
consult Nathan Mayo and .:. .; ,j' "' .1 '
crime occurs on the East Coast, this: Wilson concerning their set-up before real estate values increase .;. ', / :i:
county of Pall further. We-will 1!' .' .t.
time in our neighbor and operation.In gladly help you .:' .!.
Beach. Not much time was wasted recognition of their value to attain debt-free ownership of your :

in apprehending the murderer and the farmer, the Federal governmentis home thru payments like rent. } Moderate Green Fees :
kidnapper and it is hoped that the
with S'
preparing to cooperate
courts will be as swift in metingout those states that adopt the plan and Clewiston Federal Exceptional Fairways :!:

to him the punishment he so providesuch markets throug'h'outtheir y

richly deserves. agricultural areas and this Savings and LoanAssociation :;: Interesting Greens :: ly

action by the Federal government ... :. ..
Chamber of Commerce
The State

is taking up our fight for a greater was the remarkable brought about results largely achieved through,in I .-;...;N--.;N--.N-.;-N-.=h..N==.N-.N.. ...N.N N.....N..N..Niti. .M..N..N...:.N.H.N.11.N..N..N..N.N.N.N..N.N..N..N..N.N:N..IN.N...II.

sugar quota by distributing gum- Florida. .
med stickers to be placed on each ---

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.. ... . ................. 1.1.1 -
piece of mail. The stickers are ; ;. ; ; ; ; : : ..-........""M" ....................1/.....1......:_:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.: : : : : : : : : : ; ; ; ; ; .; .; .; .; .; .; 'Ii
RESOLUTIONWhen ... . : : .................. ............... : : : : : : : :.: :
described' elsewhere in this issue I { ..vC'ii: :................ ":":..vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv: : : : : : : : :":.':":..:"i":..:..:..:...:..:..:..:. : : : : : : : : : -: : .vvvvvvvvv.::::::

and a plentiful supply is available a good and noble man- :i::: -
office' of the secretary of
at the
one who has devoted his labor; his AAa
the local Chamber ,of Commerce. I ;
attention his time, his abilities" : ::::
to put over this pro
Do your part '
with incessant diligence with unfaltering ::AYyy: r ;
gram by; using one of the stickers .. ENJOY AN I
fidelity, to living a clean, : _: \
on each piece of mail you send. 1 .
moral life and to the public service :.:.... .::::!:

of the people-has passed from::::;: .,. :. '.
this life to the life beyond it is .s..:. ." ALL ELECTRIC I : -
.:N N N N:N:N N:N:MN:N..:11 N N N:N N:N H N NN N 1;. peculiarly appropriate that public 'i": ;' .1: .
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officials should note his passing and : .,' ......
i ) : .
b .
Too Late To ClassifyBy perpetuate his memory in such of :.!:..:::. < .'f". -' H 0 M E' xx

their: public records as are avail- > AX
I ( AX
; ,
able.Frank y i\'i .' ,
Watts Hall was born in s ,..:. :,. ,, \ ItX
.. .. i 5,j..fl : r.' -, ,' \
N N: :N : 1 '
Charleston Coles County Illinois IIif ; *:!
on July 4, 1874 the son of John ; : !O!
Farmers and cattlemen of four

south Florida counties-Glades, Watts William Hall Hall and and died Nancy August Foster 3.\\ :::::1?: $$ Electricity is ,the modern servant; a servant that r_

Hendry, Lee and Charlottetooktime 3::
1939, at LaBelle Florida being takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the
out last week for a little bangup : ::

for celebratin'the occasion and was with the good opening reason of years On August and 30 21 days, 1901 old. he was mar- I :***;:: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently ::.*..'

ried to Alice Eliza Baldwin, daughter .... :::'i'Y
Livestock and and economically.
the fine new State
of Linton Delos and Hattie I ii; ; : ':'
Produce Market at LaBelle.
Adell Hall Baldwin of Fort Denaud xx
Coming from every nook and Florida. Of this union six children XI sy One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or .:.:.:.
of the backwoods and from
cranny born. AY
cities well close to 7,000people were ? two hours of safe reading light or operate +.i.
as In September, 1915, F. Watts :::s: give your eyes : ::
swarmed into Hendry Coun- Hall (as he was commonly known) of day-and-ELECTRICITY is :
radio for most 'a
ty's county seat for an all-day party *::1: your
moved to LaBelle, Florida, where : ::1:
that proved history.the biggest event in thetown's I he continuously resided until his ::1::!: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. .:Xv.:::

death. He operated a general mer- Vy AXsi "
Everyone was in a holiday mood. chandise business in LaBelle for .i" have and enjoy a home :::
3t:: That is why it is so easy to ..
Cowhands in high-heel boots and twenty ;years. He was postmasterof .
ten hats with from 1914 to 1930. He .: : and modern. ::
gallon mingled city LaBelle .:::: that IS all electric
slickers in white linens and Panama was mayor of LaBelle from 1933 to 1v; i

hats; men women and children all 1935, and served several terms onhe .i" '
joined in the celebration. : City Council. He joined the :::: :::.':'.

The hunger of the multitude was Methodist church of LaBelle in I : :

appeased with an old time barbecueand 1916 and was a member of the :: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :_:

fourteen beeves were sacrificedon Building committee which erected I xx
the altar of hospitality and good the present church building.. lie .:..:.'
will. Those responsible for 'arranging served two years as steward and : ;

the party deserve lot of credit at the time of his death was a mem-I ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. t

for they certainly did a masterful ber of the Board of Trustees whichhe XAYY. .

job and as a host community La- had held for fifteen years.F. I

Belle earned an enviable reputation.And Watts Hall was a man of &
a generous share of such strong personality, was kindly indisposition I AV AA

credit goes personally to W. C. and easily approached. 'i',:. .' AA
Evans, president of the Chamber of Although an untiring woiker with I '''X; li:

Commerce the man behind the gun, unbounded energy he took a lively *: ii AA
who acted as Master of Ceremonies Interest in public affairs and could I t AA

and was largely responsible for ilways be relied upon to give his ? Co. XXYY.
arranging the excellent program for time and means to every movement I Gtades Power and light .

the auspicious occasion. having for its/ object the promotion' ii
Both Nathan Mayo Commissionerof of the public velfaie. No appeal to Iii
Agriculture, and Director of ,him in behalf of a worthy object or \ .
State Markets William L. Wilson person was ever made in vain. He ? : :
.. itw.
attended the affair as did many was loyal to his friends and de-J :AJ..: :

other dignitaries including State ighted![ to serve them. He was always '.' .. ...................,....... ...'..................................................... .... ....w..w..x-X-X-X..'-.'-*..X ....*
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of Public Instruction Co- and to extend a helping hand


,J I J Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Knight and I MISS ELSIE LAJLMON 7:30. I Is Your Subscription Paid?

sons, Richard and Jimmy, left Monday HONORED AT SHOWERA Devotions In honor of Our Ladyof

1. : for Auburn, Alabama, for a Perpetual Help are conducted

f Personals I visit with Mrs. Knight's parents, group of friends entertainedwith Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol- AOTICE TO LANDOWNERS*

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dumas. a surprise miscellaneous shower Landowners inthe Everglades
J lowed by Benediction of the. Most
for Miss Elsie Lammon Tuesday Drainage District are requested to
meet in the Circuit Court Room, Court
Peter Carmichael left Tuesday for afternoon at the Stewart home. Miss Blessed\ Sacrament. House. West Palm Beach Florida,

Elmo Hancock of Pahokee visited his home in Augusta, Ga., after Lammon left Wednesday for her Religious Instruction Class for I a.Tuesday m. for, August the purpose 15th. 1939 of electing, at 10:00 a

i friends here Wednesday. visiting here for several weeks with home in Jacksonville, and Is to be children Saturday morning at nine: Committee of Landowners to advise
'and assist the Board of Commissioner
his grandmother, Mrs. C. L. Moran married tomorrow to W.: J. Hutto here in Clewiston, and after Sunday:, of Everglades Drainage District in

S. L. Crochet was a visitor In 'and his uncle, Jay Wl Moran. of Madison. Mass In Pahokee. I working Indebtedness out a of plan the for District.refunding the

West Palm Beach Saturday.Mrs. Miss Lammon received a large The Mass schedule of Pahokee is I BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

I Mr. and Mrs. H. T. ;Vaughn and number of pretty and useful gifts. 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the OF DISTRICT.EVERGLADES DRAINAGE.
W. C. Nelson of Tampa Is sons, Harry and Sonny, and Mrs. W. Among those attending were Mrs. last Sunday of the month, when K. :M. TIIROOP Asst. Secretary.Johnson's .

visiting Mr. and .,Mrs. Carawan i P. Vaughn, Sr., returned Sunday E. M. Cornette, Mrs. A. R. Broad- Mass Is at eight o'clock. The pub-

Nelson. from a two weeks' stay in ,Miami foot, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. G. E. lic, regardless of religious belief,

I Beach. Wenzloff, Mrs. Clarence Krueger, Is always welcome in this churcn.
Mrs. M. C. Vowell, Mrs. H. Anderson -
Bob Logan returned Sunday from r Fish Camp
Mrs. C. J. Varnadoe, Mrs. Fred
a two weeks' visit with his parents)I Mr. and Mrs. Ted Avant and son, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Avant Cato, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. W. Corner Ventura and Central Avenues (Near Hurricane Gate
in: Pabbleville, Indiana. and Mr. and Mrs. Gene of )
H. Warren Mrs. C. Simmons
W. ,
,St. Cloud visited for a few days "The Friendly Church" Clewiston, Fla.
j ;Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs. H. C. Jones, I
: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and over the week-end with H. C. Avant Mrs. Don Carlisle, Mrs. Manning Services Every Sunday: I I Boats and Mote's-Guide Service

,i sons, Gene and Bub, were visitors and family. Keen, Mrs. A. R. Broaderick, Mrs. Sunday School at 915. a. m. B. Rates Reasonable,

! :Friday'in Fort Myers, I H. Davis, Mrs. Davis, Miss Mae' E. Herring, Supt. i I W. H. Johnson, )Igr.I .
Mr. and Mrs. R. C.: Wilson are
Lilly Stone, Mrs. Emma Ezelle, Mrs.I Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton spent leaving tomorrow for a two weeks' W. J. Robinson, Mrs. Jimmy Wilson. B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p, m. A. H. I
vacation. will visit relativesin
the relatives in
week-end visiting King, director. Mis. Herman Davis
Marietta, Ga., enroute to New
Fort .
Myers.Mr. MRS. BOWDEN HOSTESSTO associate. J. 1\1. COUSE
York to visit the World's Fair.
f BRIDGE CLUB Evening Preaching at 8 p. 'm.
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent Counselor and Attorney; at Law
Midweek service
Tuesday and Wednesday in Fort Olaf Hansen and his son Herman Mrs. Keathley Bowden was hos- every Wednesday Hopkins Building
Myers. I I I Hansen, former building contractors tess to the Wednesday Afternoon evening at p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays

I I in Clewiston and now residing in Bridge Club this week. Linen guest W. M. S. each 2nd and 4th Tues- 0:30 to 4:00

Miss Mae Palmer and Ken Harris i I Sebring, were business visitors here towels were awarded as high score day at 3:30 at the church, Mis. APt
were visitors Saturday In West Broadfoot, president. ..
Wednesday. i
prize to Mrs. T. B. Shelley, andas-
Palm Beach. ------- The public Is cordially invited to
cut prize to Mrs. Otto Larsen. A If
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Bigg left package of Old Spice toiletries attend all services. 8EWYORH
i Mrs. George Terrell and son, Don, I 6 ;. r
i :yesterday for a vacation trip I went the Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimeras The pulpit will be occupied this ral .rbr
returned Sunday from a two weeks'
i through New England and into guest prize.A Sunday at both morning and evening -
stay In Miami.
I ____ I Canada. They expect to spend two I congealed salad with Iced tea services by Rev. H. G. McElroyof

I Mrs. Claude L. 'Downs, Miss Ha- days in New York and to visit in I was served by the hostess to Mrs. Trenton, Fla. Everyone is urged I

, zel Prince and Martin Timberlake Boston and Maine. Redelsheimer, Mrs. Shelley, Mrs.I to attend.

spent the week-end in Miami. Larsen, Mrs. G. B., Thomas, Mrs., A cottage, prayer-meeting will beheld
Mrs. Amy Hall of St. Petersburg W. Ezelle, Mrs. Wallace Arey, II on Tuesday morning at nine

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling arrived Sunday for a visit with her H. C. Kolstad and Mrs. W. F. J'I o'clock at the home of Mrs. B. JD.Herring. .
son, H R. Hall and family. Mrs. H: :son. : ROUnD TRIP COACH fARE
spending this week at Fort Myers
; R. Hall and Sherwood Hall re" I
Beach. The Girls' Auxiliary will meet on I $39. .to. nEW( YORK
turned Thursday from Henderson,, MRS. TURNER ENTERTAINS %
I Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 at the
I Kentucky, where they have been From CLEWISTON
Mrs. D. M. Draughn and Miss 'home of Barbara Lee Broadfoot,
visiting for the past two months.Mr. Lower
; Rates for Coach Parties
, Elizabeth Draughn of Moore Haven I Mrs. Arch Hodges, Counselor.
I Mrs. H. H. Turner entertained Proportionate Fares from Other Points
I were visitors, here Wednesday.Mr. f
and Mrs. J. E. Howell of he Evening Bridge Club at her CLEWISTON COMMUNITY Tickets Good In Pullmans
Lake Worth, and their daughter, at Slightly Higher Rates
home on. Wednesday. A pair of hose
and Mrs. H. A. Land and COMPLETELY
Mrs. Norris Van Gelderen of Home
' was won by Mrs. Roy Alston, who
Miss Marcia Avant business
were stead, were recent guests of Rev. held high score and lingerie by Mrs. Royal Palm A'"enueFOl'e. fast DAILY TRAINS between _
'I visitors in Tampa this w ek.
---- and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor at the G. H. Small who held second high. t C. Taylor, Minister Florida, intermediate! points and New York
Community church manse. Mrs. SUPER DELUXE COACHES
II Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn were Fruit jello with whipped cream, / Lounge, Sleeping Dining Cars
Howell is a fancier and has Morning lend
worship and sermon
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis cake and an iced fruit drink were
I hundreds of canaries as well as every Sunday at eleven o'clock. I Lv. CLEWISTON 5:50 P. M.
in Canal Point Sunday. served by Mrs. Turner to Mrs. B. J.

I I other Varieties. Schroeder, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, ,Mrs.R. Sunday school at 9:45: every Sun- '

I C. K. Kolstad of Lake Worth ar- C. Wilson, Miss Mae Palmer, day morning.. .. 10% REDUCTION
The Rev. Alexander, Linn of Fort
rived yesterday for a visit with his Mrs. C. E. Nall, Mrs. G.: H. Small Senior Christian Endeavor every on Round Trip Coach Fares
Myers was a luncheon guest of Rev.
son, H. C. Kolstad and family. Mrs Roy Alston and Mrs. T. B. Monday evening at 7:30. between all points in the Southeast
and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor Wednesday -
of this week. Mr. Linn was on Shelley. The public is very cordially invited "
C. H. Berner and children returned his way home from Miami wherehe to worship in the ,Community
Thursday from a visit with BAPTIST :MISSIONARY Church.An CIRCLE TOURS
officiated at the wedding of one I
relatives in Soperton, ,.Georgia. SOCIETY MEETS to both FAIRS .
II\\. of the young ministers of the Flor- ', "
ida Synod, the ceremony being performed : interesting feature of the Sun- J In COACHES
Mr ,.and Mrs.. M. H. Scotti of in the ,old First Presbyterian The Womans Missionary Society I day school in the Community Church $9 $135 in Pullmans
Palm Beach of the First Church for Plus PulChili"/
were guests of friends Baptist met lats the
Sunday was presentation of
In Clewiston the business meeting at the
Sunday. regular
pins faithful
attendance. Mary and SAN FRANCISCO FAIRS through
!MRS. BEARDSLEY HOSTESS AT I church Tuesday afternoon with I Louise Thomas received a pin for facilities of American Express Co. arc fold 'In con.

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach LADIES AID AUGUST :MEETINGThe Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot presiding. I,one, half year of, consecutive attendance. ntctlon with Coast Line Tickets and anurt

were visitors in West Palm Beach I Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff led the de- | Sally Graham had com HOTEL RESERVATIONS IN ADVANCE

Thursday.Mr. Ladies Aid Society, holdingIts votionals and reports were read!pleted nine months of consecutive

regular August meeting met at from various officers. The members I attendance. Mauryne Prewitt received ;

and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad were the Beardsley Farm Thursday afternoon enjoyed the delightful social hour a solid gold pin for having, -

visitors in Pahokee. .Tuesday even- with Mrs. J. E. Beardsley as following the meeting. Those pres-I completed a perfect attendance of I I

ing. hostess.In ent were Mrs. .A. R. Broadfoot, Mr:.ions ,year. I I
M. J. Blount Mrs. ,E. M. Cornette, I
Mrs. D. G. Alston and daughter,I the absence of both presidentand Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs J. H. Davis,

Miss Martha vice-president, members pres .. .. ........................................................ .....
I Nell, were visitors in Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. C. Nelson, ;":": :":":":":,':":":":":":": :":":":":" :":': : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
ent requested Mrs. :Wilfred Lock- .. r.0y
y Miami this week.: Mrs. C. '\'. Simmons, Mrs. M. ('.
hart, a visitor and a past presidentof
Vowell, Mrs G. E. Wenzloff, Mrs.
J. W. Armstrong of Macon was the organization, to occupy the C. R.' Krueger, Mrs. W1. H. Warren, PIXILATED ?
chair during the business session.
in Clewiston this
week transacting Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. Jimmy

business.Mrs. Only routine business was dis Wilson, Mrs. W. J. Robinson, Mrs. .f 's t

cussed. Eighteen members and sev L. M. Durrence, Mrs. Elsie Lam- ::0: ::
C. W. McDonald and chil- eral. visitors were present. mons and Miss Mozelle Barnes of .. 'soy
dren of Belle Glade 'were visiting Mrrs. Beardsley served delicious Belle Glade. : -- ys

friends In Clewiston Monday. refreshments to Mrs. G. R. Hatch, :: Beautiful Double Corner Homesite :s:
Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mrs. M. J.

'J Don League of Cedar Rapids,I HIrsch, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. A. ,il illliillmIIIIIImllm! !li !! V 1f mim I! [mmlliJrmmmm1llmmilml! !!! :': ? ]a' sold.. But-two equally suitable-clear *

Iowa, was a business 'visitor here W. Lawrence, Mrs. J. H. Pressley, -- y Y

I I\ this week. Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. John H. ;= WITH THE :;: title, close immediately, priced ::

Doty, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. C. M. =

Mr.rand Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Herbertson, Mrs. A. W. Dodge, Mrs. I ChurchesT m unbelievably low. y

Bob and Dick Patterson, left Sunday W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, .." '\ 's.'it .

I for a trip to the New York Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. ,Arthur idST. ,._ ';'f ... \ 's.'t .
World's' Fair. King, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. J. J. mmill ijmllilljmmiilIm! :mlmllil! ;:!Iilll!! mlmmmrm ,:! I 't"

I Graham, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhatt an MARGARET'S CATHOLIC ;: K J's.
i i Miss Pat Campbell of Miami spent Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. CHURCH .j'ii E1 AijnSlEY! .
; last
.night with Miss Betty Spicer ''f' :
Rev. Lawrence J. Fljun, Pastor '. {. 's.
... and the two left today to spend the I SON BORN : -- "
week-end In Gainesville. I II I, Mass each Sunday morning ate :;: ,1' ART LAWRENCE :!:

I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett ar I 8 o'clock, excepting, the last Sunday .:. "v 'i.

i Mr. and Mrs. J.- H. Pressley are!I the proud parents of a son, Philip I of the month when the time i is! :: Real Estate :;:

spending this week with friends in Eugene, who was born Monday 10:30.
,. Lake Placid. morning at the Clewiston hospital.The Confessions are heard' every Sat- .! _. '."
young man weighed seven anda 'I urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 ':". HOPKINS 11LDG. 1'JIONE GO :i:

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and half pounds. Mother and son are and before all the Masses. y:

, sons left the first of the week fora reported doing nicely. 'I I "Week-day Mass every morning at h .. .. .. v .. : ..>
two weeks' stay in Western North

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner and I !f

children, Charles, Rachel and Car \J

roll Fort are Myers leaving Beach.today for a stay at I IS YOUR BOME BIG ENOUGH

Mrs. L. M. Durrence returned

Sunday from a week's stay in Okee- .y
chobee with her parents, Mr. and Homes don't grow in size but home completely to fit their

Mrs. R. C. Evans. J families do. Houses should be present needs.,

1 J enlarged but are not because ltd

Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart West: : people lack the cash to buy. The ABC Monthly Payment Plan

Palm Beach spent a few days hero .1 Consequently many families are is a simple, economical way to m

the latter part of the week with 4 living in crowded quarters bepurchase home improvements ,- f:; I { i hi

friends. :i' cause they don't know that unout of income. Conyenient and I

j; ': der the ABC Monthly Payment easy terms can 'be arranged to -

Mrs. W. M. Redelshelmer and Plan they can remodel their suit your purse. '

daughter, Patty, of Miami, are t. -r I 4

spending this week with relatly;1:I ROYAL LUMBER COMPANY f"

E in ClewlEton, .
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I The DIM LANTERN CALLS can demand FOR TWO chivalry, EGGS-Women or they can

demand,equal rights.! But if they
ask for both, it's like asking for
the same egg both hard.boiled
and scrambled.


TEMPLE BAILEY :- .. you want to keep a woman happy,
By give her a garden," says,a writer.
What about Eve? .
six months' of married life. Then
they fondly (?) refer to it as nag

CHAPTER III-Continued "I'll have a try at that magazinecover conscious matron, "that if you were "Perhaps he liked to ,see me-- DUMPS THE WORLD
--5- -" not too busy, you might go with Ev- knitting-" -Geographical globes made in

"It doesn't do any good to call Her spirits rose. "Wouldn't it be ans to the grove and get some Baldy passed this over in puz ,Germany arc sold in England at a
him names, Uncle Fred." utterly perfect if you got the greens. I'd like the house to look zled silence. lower price' than those of British
attractive.., Is the snow too deep?" "Where's make. And we thought they
look it as prize-? the fruit?
"I think must ,upon
you wanted the earth for themselves.
a great escape, Edith." "Not much chance. The thing I "Not a bit. When will he come? "In the house."

"Escape from what?" need is a good model-" "You'd better", arrange with him. He' rose. "I'll'go in with you-" ,
"Unhappiness." "And I won't do?" with some wist- Here he is. He felt out of sorts, discouraged.The .

"Do you think I can ever escape fulness. Evans' voice was .the only un- morning had been spent in Dress Your Chair

from the thought of this?" The They had talked of it before. Baldy changed thing about him. The soundof sketching vague outlines-a, sweepof

strong sweep of her arm seemed to refused to see possibilities in Jane. it at long distance always broughtthe fair hair under a blue hat-de- andDavenport Alike

indicate her bridal finery.He 'Since you bobbed your hair, you'retoo old days back" to Jane. tached feet in shoes with shining

sat in unhappy silence, and modern-" She was, rather, me- "After lunch? he asked." buckles-a bag that hung in the air
"I might dieval with her straight-cut frocks "Give me time to dress. without hands. At intervals he had .
suddenly she laughed. -.e.; :.
.. ...... ..
"Three? .,.' .",..."''''. .,.0.... .. -I_, : -.
have known when he kept sendingme and her straight-cut locks. But she "Yes." stood up and looked out at the :::.. ::.e" ,. :.,1.'-a...;.:: .:.
orchids. When a man loves a was a figure so familiar that she blank snow and the dull sky. The -;.oe:. :.- o ::"Q:;.':teal\ :: .ruB

woman he knows, the things she' failed to appeal to his imagination. When luncheon was over, Jane room was warm enough, but he al f t:. ..' :...e.:.;.lJb'e. :.:.' :;.;.:..un. ::.:,:..., :.=b.
into out-of-door '5 .s;: ::: : D.
went to
upstairs 'get .
..... .. .. ..
shivered. -v.-
likes. "Editors like 'em modern don'tthey He suffered vicariouslyfor :. ::.9. .... .IIt
clothes. At the foot of the stairs .:". :.. ....f.;" "" '' :'Jii.;..........". .i.a i...
It was then that Towne made his ?" Edith Towne. He had hoped that ._ ....... ,_..- ... ..,..'.. ,.iI .
she had a glimpse of herself in the r ..:.. .;o.e: ".'""o.a.i 11I8'
mistake. "You,ought to thank your But his thoughts had winged themselves she might telephone. He had stayed ::SI.: ::.:., .. : : I i cJ 'rl:: ::::-..:::! ::
mirror. ,
She ,
hall .. .
wore a onepiecelilac ..
home : : .; .f!!
lucky stars- to that other woman whom cotton frock-with small really for that. ":.,. ...I:.,..,_...- ;A 11.1.......=. ..:..-
She blazed out at him, "Uncle l[is fancy painted in a thousand and infinitesimalbib. a "I have spent three hours doing ,\.\ i ;:::::::::!;:: ::::-
like square apron, an nothing," he said, as he shut the' .. < '.1&..'! ';::8g :' :::; .-.: ......C
Fred, if you say anything more poses. It was a nice-looking little .:: ;...II.. "" ...U. _:., ......'. D'::
that-it's utterly idiotic. But you "If Edith Towne were here-I'd door behind him; "not .much encouragement i- ;.r,.. ..'i..I1:; ... ,. II,...,." '; .""
frock, but she had had it for a mil- :. ; : .! ;:J.
won't face facts. Your generationnever her marble bench besidea in that. f .! : ; ; ::!:. ::;: ; ::
put on a lion years. That was the way with i.'! ,. :; :
: .::: tifll.::
"I have ,
does. I'm not in the least sapphire sea." a model for you. '!nl ,'I\ .. '" ,.,\
all her clothes. The suit she, was "? '...1 -.IJ'II'\.
thankful. I'm simply furious." "I'll bet couldn't get an editor "Where?" r' ;...Q. ...''.18''""";; i". '.'J\1'5aa .
you to had been It iIlia ,
going put on dyed. :. t' .........: ... / "I.\\
I There was an hysterical note in in the world to look at it. Sap- had been white in its first incarnation "I'll show you." iii"lIt. ., ." '- .J< ". "'. .
her voice, but he was: unconsciousof phire seas and classic ladies are a It was now brown. There was He -followed her in, full of cud !' "" 41rp1'6". ;; ,. 'If

the tension. She was not takingit million years behind the times-" no telling its chromatic future. osity. ...A. .;::....

in the least as he wished she "They are never behind the She heard steps on the porch, She showed him the fruit, then :;.J:'".:: : ..Q s. f'
wsen .
might. She should have wept on his times-" and turned to open the door for Ev- picked up the basket. "Look in the rub'A.....>.?...,?ieri/er :'O aipwe111 _

shoulder. Melted to tears he might Jane shrugged, and changed the mirror, not at me," she. commanded :: : :;!.: .
have soothed her. But there were subject. "Darling-if you'll put your ans.But it was not Evans. Briggs, :: ::: ::. = &

no tears in those blue eyes. mind to mundane things' for a mo- Frederick Towne's chauffeur, stood Reflected there in the clear glass, ,;;' ::: 9A.Pattern

She trod on her flowers as she so still that she seemed fixed in \.111'11.: ., '
: ,
:: e
left the car. Lookin $traight aheadof THE STORY SO FAR paint, Baldy really gave for the ; ,..:.= !:;,. :
her she ascended the steps. With- I first time an artist's 'eye to the --." ., ,
Young, pretty Jane Barnes, who lived with her brother. Baldwin. In Sherwood
in in readiness for of his little sister. In
everything was possibilities
Park near Washington was not particularly Impressed when she read,that rich
the wedding festivities. The stair- attractive Edith Towne had been left at the altar by Delafield Simms wealthy the midst of all that crashing color 6391.
was terraced with hydrangeas, New Yorker. However she still mused over It when she met Evans Follette, a -!
way young neighbor, whom the war had left completely discouraged and despondent. Now you can make your chair
pink and white and blue. In the Evans had always loved Jane. That morning Baldwin Barnes on his way to workin "Gosh," he cried, "you're.. good- and davenport sets to match. Andthey're
drawing-room were rose garlands Washington offered assistance to a tall lovely girl in distress. Later he found a looking!"
ribbons. And there bag she had left in the car, containing a diamond ring on which was inscribed all in this simple crochet
with floating "Del to Edith-Forever." He knew then that his passenger had been Edith Towne. His air of utter astonishment was that works up so quickly. The
was a vista of the dining-roam-with Already he was half way In love with her. That night he discussed the matter with too much for Jane. She set the
head is made of
the caterer's men already at their Jane, and they called her uncle worldly sophisticated Frederick Towne. He visited davenport rest
them at their home 'delighted with Jane's simplicity. He told them Edith's basket on the steps, and laughed until two chair backs joined with the
posts. story. Because her uncle desired it, Edith Towne had accepted Delafield,Slmms. she cried. border crocheted around the three
Except for these men, a maid or whom she liked but did not love. "I don't he
see anything funny, sides. You'll be proud of these
two-and a detective to keep his eye told her."Well .
matched sets! Pattern 6391 con-
on things, the house was empty. Everybody ment. Tomorrow is ThanksgivingDay there; with a box in his arms. "Mr. you wouldn't, darling." tains directions for making the

had gone to the wedding, the Follettes are to dine withus Towne's compliments," he said, She wiped her eyes with her little set; illustrations of it and of )

and presently'back. The everybody house would would be and we haven't any turkey." 'and shall I set it in the hall?" handkerchief, and sat up.Ul am stitches; materials needed.To 'sr
come "
stripped, the flowers would fade, "Why haven't we? "Oh, yes, thank 'you." Her sur- just dropping a, tear, for the ugly obtain this pattern, send 15,
the "You were to get it when you prise brought the quick color to her duckling." cents in coins to The Sewing
the caterers would
wasted food. carry away went to town,, and now you're not cheeks. She watched him go back "Have I made you feel like that?" Circle, Household Arts Dept., 259

going-" down the terrace, and enter the car, "Sometimes." W. 14th St., New York.
Edith at the foot of the
not-not for all the turkeysin
"I am then; she opened the box. Their lighted-up met and Please write your name, ad-
stairs. "How did they announce it eyes ,
the world. We can have roast Beneath clouds of white tissue dress and number plainly.
pa- pattern,
at the church?" suddenly he,. leaned down and _
That's simple enough,
chickens. per she came upon a long, low basket -
"That it had been postponed. It touched her cheek-a swift caress.uYou're .
Janey. heaped with grapes and tangerines little bit of all Jan- '
was the only thing to do at the mo- a right,
to But
ment. Of course there will be news- who's"It may going seem to cut simple off their you.heads?" Tucked, in peaches between and the pomegranates.fruits were ey," which was great praise from how Women

paper men." We'll have to make upa "Sophy," said Baldy. Having shelled nuts in fluted paper cases, Baldy.

story- killed Germans France he refused gleaming sweets in small glass jars, in Their 4'0'5Can
"We'll do nothing of the kind. Tell
further slaughter. candied pineapples and cherries,
them the truth Uncle Fred. That
the rheumatism Attract MenHere's
"Sophy has bunches of fat raisins, stuffed dates
I'm not:-wanted. That I was kept well feast our Mrs. Follette had been born in
"Oh, we can and
-waiting at the church. Like the Baldwin's mood was prunes. Maryland with a 'tradition of aris- good advice for a woman during her
ouls Young
heroine in a '''movie." Jane talked to the empty air. tocratic blood. It was this tradi- change (usually from 38 to 52), who fears
one of exaltation. "How dear of him-" she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
She stood on the steps above him, Jane leaned back in her chair and tion which had upheld her through about hot flashes loss of pep, dizzy spells
The white tissue fell in upset nerves and moody spells. ,
down. white asher paper
looking She was as of after the Civil
years poverty war.
looked at him. "Your perfectly poetic Get more fresh air, 8 hrs. sleep and if you
drifts about her she lifted the
dress."I solution satisfy butt as A close scanning of' the family tree need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
may you basket from the 'box. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made
don't want to see anybody. I Follettes." might have disclosed ancestors who
won't' feed the especially for women. It helps Nature build
don't mind losing ,Del. He doesn't' With some irritation, therefore, he There was a little note tied to the had worked with their hands. But up physical resistance thus helps give more
count. He isn't worth it. But can candle. I these Mrs. Follette's' family had vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
promised, if all else failed, to himself II I jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
you imagine that any mananyman the fowls. "But chosen to ignore in favor of one often accompany change of life. WELL
decapitate your
"Dear Miss Barnes .
Uncle Fred, could have kept grandfather who had held Colonial
mind, Jane, never soars "I can't tell you how much I enjoyed -
me-waiting? office, and who had since been mag-
hospitality last night-
her chin in her hands your nified into a personage.Mr. Always Hero-Worship
with ,
t' Jane, and you were good to listen to me
The thing that Frederick Towne considered this.ccA woman," she with so much sympathy. I am hop' Follette, during his lifetime, Hero-worship exists, has

got out of his niece's flight was said, "who keeps house for a poet- ing that you'll let me come again had walked a mile each morning to ed, and will forever exist,

this. "She wouldn't let anybody must anchor herself to-something. and talk about Edith. May I? And take the train at Sherwood Park, versally among all eXist-I

sympathize with her. Simply locked Perhaps I'm like a captive balloonif here's a bit of color for your Thanks- and had walked back a mile each Carlyle.

the door of her room, and in the you cut the cable, I'll shoot giving feast. night, until at last he had tired of
morning she was gone. It has add- miles and r
skies- peripatetic a day
straight up to the "Gratefully always, two ( Relieve the discomfort
ed immeasurably to the gossip. She liked that ,thought of herself, "Frederick Towne." of eight hours at his desk, and of \ this accurate aspirin. I

His listeners had, however, and smiled over it, after Baldy had eternally putting on his dinner'coat Neuralgia]st.Joseph
,weighed him in the balance of understanding left' her. She wondered ,if the cable Jane )stood staring down at the when there was no one to see, and 'I I

and sympathy, and had would ever be cut. If the captive friendly words. It didn't seem within like old Baldwin Barnes, he had laid GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN 'f I

found him wanting. The youth in balloon would ever soar. reason that Frederick Towne him down with a will. f

them sided with Edith. But none of So she went about her simple meant that he wanted to cometosee At his death all income stopped, Motto of Quarrels c

thiS: showed in their manner. They tasks, putting the bone on to boil her. And she really hadn't'' and Mrs. Follette had found herselfon Weakness on both sides, as we

{were polite and hospitable to the for soup, preparing the vegetablesfor listened with sympathy. But-oh, of a somewhat lonely peak of ex- all know, is the motto of all quar- I

last. Frederick, ushered out intophe it-wondering what she would course, he could come. And it was clusiveness. She could not affordto rels.-Voltaire.

storm by Baldy, still saw Jane have for dessert-with all his scorn heavenly to have a thing like this go with her richer neighbors, and

like a bird, warm in her nest. of domestic details, Baldy was apt, happen on a day like this. she refused to consider Sherwood

By morning the violence of the to be fastidious about his sweets- As she straightened up with the seriously. Now and then, however, Malaria j Chills' Fever ;. 1

storm had spent itself. But it was and coming finally to her sweepingand basket in her hands, she saw her- she accepted invitations from old Tale roi! blo OiiJlne.Stops chili andover

still bitterly cold. The snow was dusting in the front part of the self again in the long mirror-a friends, and in return offered such { ,cleans blood of malaria.Famous //Oflflfly J

'blue beneath the leaden sky. The house. slender figure in greenbobbedblack simple hospitality as she could af. for 50 yoara Money.b.ck guarantoe. r

!'chickens, denied their accustomed The telephone rang and she an- hair-golden and purple fruits. ford without selfconsciousness.TO Yy I

'!promenade, ate and drank'and wentto swered it. Evans was at the other She gasped and gazed again. There ( BE CONTINUEDiFirst

sleep again in the strange dusk. end of the wire. was Baldy's picture ready to his

!''Merrymaid and the kitten having ."Mother wants to speak to you." hand-November! Against a back-

!poked their noses into the frigid Mrs. Follette asked if she might ground of gray-that glowing fig- Woman PayrollerIn

\'atmosphere withdrew to the snug change her plans for Thanksgiving. ure-Baldy could idealize hermakethe the spring of 1862 .Mr. F. E. Give Thought toMAHN

haven of.a basket beneath the kitchen "Will you and your brother dine wind blow her skirts a bit- Spinner, treasurer of the United a

: stove. Sophy sent word that her with us, instead of our coming to give her a fluttering ribbon or two, States, prevailed upon Secretary ST1 &mmTli

(rheumatism was worse, and that you? Our New York cousins find ,a glorified loveliness. Chase to permit him to appoint a'

she could not come over. Jane, surveying that they have the day free, unex- She sought him in his studio. "I've woman to cut and trim United' Forin our town.. .and towns

the accumulated piles of pectedly. They had been asked to a got something to show you, darling- States currency. This work was I. like ours clear across the country S

:dishes, felt a sense of unusual de house party in Virginia but their dear." then being done with shears in the S there's Changes a steady in dress revolution styles (l'\
going on.
pression. While Frederick Towne hostess has had to postpone it on He was moody. "Don't interruptme hands of men. He appointed Miss ( and food prices .the rise of a 8
had talked last night she had caugh' account of illness." Jane." Jennie Douglas, and as he after- 8 bat crown .the fall of furni- N

a glimpse of his world-the 'great "Is it going to be very grand? Ihaven't She rumpled up his hair, which he ward expressed it, "her first day's Sture prices-these matters vitallyaffectourliving..Andthenews S
house-six servants-gay girls in the a thing to wear." hated. "Mr. Towne sent us some work settled the matter in her and ( (\

glamour of good clothes, young men t'Don't be foolish, Jane. You al- fruit, Baldy, and this." She held out in woman's favor." On October 9, 8 is ably covered in advertisements. 8 S

who matched the girls, money to ways look like a lady." the note to him. 1862, the following women employees (S up-to-the-minute Smart people who in living lie to and be Q

meet every emergency-a world in "Thank you, Mrs. Follette." Jane He read it.CCHe doesn't say a were appointed: Miss FannieL. current events, follow advertise S
which nobody had to wash dishesor Halstead, Miss Annie York, Miss N
hoped that she didn't look as some word about me. S ments as closely as headlines. S
make soup out of Sunday's roast. ladies look. But there were, of "No, he doesn't," her eyes were Belle S. Tracy, Miss Elizabeth Stoner 8 They know what's doing in 8 J

She was cheered a bit, however, course, others. It was well for her dancing; "Baldy, it's your little sister and Miss Mary Burke. They' S America and they also know. S
by the announcement that her brother at the moment, that Mrs. Follette Jane." were the first women for whom congress (\ where money buys most! 1

( had decided to stay home from could not see her eyes. "You didn't do a thing but sit regularly made an appropriation. o"
the office. "And I thought," went on the un- there and knit-" .




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to the winner in that group and a i Oitona for growing crops and for I The only attendants ,were the with Evans Crary at West Palm
Clewiston Loses To
I Boy Scout handbook to the winner I the protection of range grasses during 'bride's sister, Miss Pauline Wilsdn :,Beach. '

in' the latter group.Refreshments I periods of ,drought. He was assured and Miss Doris Roberts.
Lake Worth, Sunday will be served and by Col. Watkins! that this Mrs. Carlisle is the attractive Sen. Pepper Defends

the scoutmaster is hopeful thata 'II would be attended to as soon as daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claire

large number of boys will attend. floodway rights were secured on Wilson of) :Moore Haven. She was
I New Deal In
Clewiston lost a loosely played Congress
the necessary property in this area. graduated from the local high
baseball game Sunday to Lake I R.'' T. Lingle, chief engineer of school last spring and was presi-
Worth by a score of 7-4, the game Milliards Buy More II
played In Lake Worth. The the Lake Worth Drainage District term. She has made her home in Washington, D. C.-Florida's Sen-
being I stated that 25,000 acre feet of dent of the Senior Class during the
second game of the'scheduled doubleheader Land In Count I ator Claude Pepper made the na-
i ii water war needed for growing crops Moore Haven ,for several years and
was rained out. i in his district next. season. I has a host of friends here to wish tion's headlines when, during the
drizzle of rain fell all during -- '
A I I. Col. Watkins stressed the fact that her every happiness. / closing hours of Congress, he took
the first ,game and was largely responsible The Ililllard Blotters, of. Sears,,
for the record number of among the largest cattle owners r.f( I I:while some general plan of water Mr. Carlisle has resided in Clew- the floor to make an empassioned

errors, fifteen altogether' chalked the county purchased last week I'I'control should be formulated for iston for some time and the couple speech, in defense of the Presidentand
will make their home in that place.
up against the members of the two 21 1-2 sections of cut over timber the 'glades that the War Department the New Deal. Bitterly' berating
I I does not have authority He is an employe of the United
teams. land in the Devil's Garden section any those who had consistently opposed
Hits were pretty evenly divided front Consolidated Land Company for carrying out such a plan at this States Sugar Corporation.
between the .two teams but Lake at $1-50 per acre, I''I time. He thanked those who had I administration measures, he shouted -

Worth was able to bunch hers at a This puichase increases; the Kii- ,, given testimony and stated that SOCCER" COE ANNOUNCESCANDIDACY : "I am unwilling to let this ses-

time when they needed them to I Ilia'nl' holdings by 13,760 acres and I from the information given a very Ii FOR SENATOR sion of the congress end without
I lifting my voice to decry the unholy
ccrnreheusive could be
the lo report -
margin over I
Ecore the 3-run makes a total of 47 sections which i
made. I West Palm Beach Charles Francis alliance of those in and out of
for -
the mound .
cals.' Avant was on they rbvT own, the whole of town- : I '
Clewiston during the early innings ship 44 in couth range 31 and 32. ; Col. Watkins waa!: assisted: by 0'1 Coe, noted author, recently admitted congress who ,have been willing to

and gave way to Bill Hooks in the I The sale was handled by C. J. !H. Roberts and G. S. Mobley, 'I to the bar in Florida, an- scuttle, the American governmentand
inning. 1 1I' nounced from Paris last week that the American people and jeop-
fifth or sixth. Beazley, a Kirk, LaBelle realtor. from the district office, in the 'con-
southpaw, went the route for Lake I'duct of the hearing.Benefit I he would be a candidate for the ardize the peace of the world be-
Worth. United States Senate and would (i run cause they hate Roosevelt and what

Clewiston's four guns were scoredby Western Auto Associate I; Checks To I against Senator Charles O. :An Roosevelt stands for."

Roberts, Ward, Bell and Hooks.: drews. \ Quick to retaliate, a halt dozen
Store To Open Here I "I have not yet finished formulating senators ,were on their feet and a

F. Watts Hall DiesI' I Ii i Railroad Employes the details of' my platform," wordy battle raged. Senator Georgeof

i Coe said, "but I expect to be ableto Georgia demanded to know whe-
McClure, of ,the I
J. F. manager
announce its general lines whenI ther or not Pepper referred to any
Thursday In LaBelle II Western Auto Associate store in Benefit checks are now being issued reach New York on the liner member of the United States Senate."I .

!Pahokee, has leased the.store, in I under the Railroad Unemployment Bremen, which sails from Cher- did not' name anyone' in the
the Hopkins Building occupied until Insurance Act to eligible workers "
65 commis- I .bourgh Saturday United States Senate, Pepper replied -
F. Watts Hall, city Milk
former and postmaster recently by the Clewiston i in Florida. These checks go. to I Coe is nationally known as a .
sioner mayor branchstore
Company, and open a workers who earned not less than ,writer of stories dealing with crime The bitter debate was brought to
in LaBelle, passed away
first of Seotember. I
the I $150 in railroad employment in the and is knownto
last Thursday morning at his homein and gangster era a close when Senator :Morton Dow-
that city following an illness of Mr. ifcLure is well known in 1938 and who were totally unemployed countless readers and radio, Its-,'' new of California pleaded for understanding -

two year's duration.Mr. Clewiston having worked a numberof I j able to work and not otherwise -(teners as "Socker". Moving' Flor- J! between senate mem-

Hall was well and favorably years here for the United States I[ disqualified Under the Act. 'ida several years ago, Cobe located I bers and added: "God help us if we

, known all over this section of Flor- Engineers. r These workers were required to at Hobe Sound, began the study of! cannot meet our problems in a spirit -

ida and numbered among his friendsa I register and file their' claims with a law, and passed the state bar es- : of tolerance and recognise the

great many people in every com- FOY DUKPCyTjR 7VUYSDT7ILD1NG designated!: person at the last place lamination i three years ago when he 1 right of the opposition to presentits

munity sof this and adjoining, coun- LOTS HERE I where they ,worked for a railroad, opened law offices into partnership I own views.

ties.. He had made his homo in or, if now living some distance
Florida for 53 years coming to Foy F. Durrence this week pur-!away from their last job, with a I
1 to 26 in Block 126
chased lots::
Alva with his parents from his designated person at the nearest ''
birthplace, Charleston, 111., in 1886. cornering on Pacific and Ponce De office, station, shop, etc., of a 1 ::
Streets and plans to builda
He moved to LaBelle in 1915 and Leon railroad. They were also requiredto "m'IIL
the attractive site within -
for sixteen years served as post- home on serve a "waiting period" of 15 A
short time; The tract is '
master. there and operated a general -I a very days, which did not start until they
store in that community for 100 feet by 125 feet. began registering. Having served .

twenty years. this period, each of these workerswill IIIII'':

He was active in the work of the SALT WATER FISHING continue to receive paymentsfor

:Methodist church and it was there each day of -unemployment over .' Ir 5Y5I \

that the funeral services were, held Peter Chagaris and Arthur Oliver seven for which he registers in any

Sunday afternoon conducted by the fished Thursday at Pine Island in: 15 day period, 'except that he can-

pastor, Rev." Bernard C. Russell. the Gulf and 'reported splendid luck, not receive more than 80 daily payments I

Burial: was in Fort Myers with a twelve-pound red fish, eleven trout in the 12 months beginningwith
Spooner and Englehardt in. chargeof and fourteen snapper were included : the first 15-day', period con-

arrangements. I in the days catch. taining one or more days for which Pa'46e6 into oblivion
Surviving relatives include his payments were made.

widow, Mrs. Alice E. Hall, four Raise In Elevation The Railroad Unemployment 'Insurance -

sons, Rev Bruce Hall of Thomas- j- Act is a Federal Act and With Our DirectReduction.Home.

ville, Ga., Ralmond B. Hall of Ha- is administered by The Railroad Re- --
each monthly a
Fla., Ernest Hall, in schoolat ,r"-- Loan payment:
vana, of the
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Lexington, Ky., and Virgil B. the security behind the bonds wouldbe Board which serves the Southeastern' !, '(1) ",,Ya'I 'E"U't.t.ion of t(!he'I oan. Thatpart ,
Hall of LaBelle; on'e daughter, Miss States is located in Atlanta, w
He two foot ,, '" interest
destroyed. urged a is 'oncyou nay no
Hall of LaBelle. I "
Florence. office has ."V- '
aise_ in tile' lake water level Georgia, and a District' N-tf:( : much
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F. Deane Duff, representing the been established in Jacksonville, 1' on you are
Boy Scouts To Hold Sugarland and Clewislon drainage J Florida, to serve Florida. The address \ \O'JC1\Q 1 er debt-free home ownership. Ask

At Hut districts said that forty-five inchesof of this District office is 524 R-Ncrn.l.oan. shall! receive further jgood
Shooting Meet water annually are needed in Lynch Building, Jacksonville, Fla. :. I ; 9' and you .

addition to the normal rainfall. J. '.. :" -"- news about our home !loan plan.
A special meeting of the Boy M. Couse of 1Ioore'Haven' gave a Carlisle-Wilson '

Scouts will be held at the Scout hu.t similar report for: the Diston Island I

next ,Thursday night at which time and Newhall districts and added
will participatein that proper fire control can only be (Moore Haven Democrat '
the various patrols I
a shooting meet with .22 caliber obtained by maintaining plenty of Miss Phyllis W'llso of Moore Clewiston Federal Savings
water in canals and ditches. Haven and D. H. Carlisle of Clewis-
rifles. Representative J. H., Peoples- of: ton were.united in marriage hero
The Sea Scout patrols will oppose I .
each' other and the Boy Scout Glades county asked for a higher on Friday night of last week by and Loan Association

patrols will also see competition. A. i water table in the Caloosahatchee I Rev. Chas. M. Brewer, pastor of the '.
be awarded Canal between Moore Haven and I Baptist Church at the pastor's(: home.
manual will "
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