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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 18, NUMBER' 3$ CLEWISTON. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 1, 1939" SUIJSCKIITION, 92.00 PER YEAn
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''t" : BIDS FOR NEW POST Pat McGehee Makes EFFECT OF SUN i Duplex Changed To H. L. DAVIS WINS


First Solo FlightPat Five Room BungalowMrs.

OFFICE QUARTERS TO -- I I CANE GROWTH GRAND PRIZE I IN

, McGehee, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Shult, who last week

BE OPENED TODAYBids J. -A. McGehee and a senior in BE STUDIED put materials on the ground 'for FISHING CONTESTThe

.I : Clewiston High School made his the construction of a new duplex on

I first solo flight here last Friday ina Ventura Street just north of the

for new quarters for the I I plane belonging to Bill Myers.. Pat The agricultural Hendry County Motors building was fishing contest sponsored by

Is the first of the group of Clewis the United States forced to change her plans after the Clewiston Chamber of Com-
I
Clewiston post-office are: being 'I Sugar
ton student fliers to make a solo this week installed a discovery that her lot was outside merce ended yesterday, August 31,
opened by the lease inspector for the apartment area. and H. L.
Slick
(
hop.The in the east wing of the ) Davis with an
F this district today in Jacksonville class has been taking Instru'ctlon tion Building for the Instead of the duplex a five-room eight, pound seven and a half ounce

I and the results of the bids will probably from Kenneth Chaffin of Fort solar radiations for the bungalow will be constructed to bass registered on August 17 walk-

be known within the next few Myers. Others in the class are Par- effects of sun intensity cost about the same amount as the ed away with the Pfleuger Supremoreel

,ker Wilson, Shorty Bush, and Her- .growth of sugar cane. duplex, $2,500. offered as the grand prize. The
days.: vey Bourne. There entry also gave Mr. Davis a plugas
I are
only two other
The requirements are for a building -
a weekly prize and steel
instruments in the state a cast-
with floor space at least twice them ing, rod as the. August monthly
being located at the
the size of the present quarters and RAINFALL FOR YEAR sity of Florida in BIG SIXTH INNING prize.

it Is understood that several bids the other at Belle Isle The contest was begun in June

have been submitted for the construction 1 in Miami. WINS FOR LOCALS but it was not until the first of
, NOW SHOWS EXCESSIN The pyrhiliometer is July that interest began 'to be taken -
1 of a new building with i
the roof of the building to any considerable extent. Despite -
the necessary floor space which will ,sembles every effort made local
nothing so much as OVER HOBE SOUNDClewiston by
i be outfitted in the most modern CLEWISTON AREA I globe inside which is' a anglers it appeared that the eight

I manner and'leased to the govern- on a metal support. This pound six and a half entry of Ed

nected to the Ward's on July 2 would
automatic collected eight safe hits capturethe
of five
ment for a period or ten
Rainfall during the past two recorder which grand prize until Mr. Davis
is hung on in the sixth, Sunday and
inning,
: one
years. days has done, away with 'the deficiency I in the drafting room. brought his in to top it by exactlyone

11 The present post-office quarters which has existed for the tions affect this metal plate made them good for eight runs to ounce. Ward received a Barracuda -

habeen: crowded for several years year since the ,first :of January and I pyrhiliometer and' these overcome the 5-1 lead held at the salt water rod as the July

4 and when the office changed from the rain this morning, registering communicated to the time by Hobe Sound and to triumphby monthly prize as well as a plug for

'I{ i third to second-class rating the first 1.66 inches brought ''an excess of In millivolts. These of 10-5. the weekly prize for the week end-

i of July necessitating the installation .505 inches for the year based on converted for working a score ing July 8,
; 1. of the a ten A deficiency of Hobe Sound started the scoring I
equipment
more quarters are year average. to gram calories. Paul Pullen with a four pound,
: even more crowded. .494 still exists in, the East Beach For several by scoring two runs in the second 'eight ounce
years the agri entry won the weekly
i, It is expected that the new quar- section. department under W. C. inning on a walk, an ,error, a long 'prize on August 12, Davis took it

ters, if any of the bids are accepted Rains of the past,week as recordedby studied the effects of fly and one safe hit. In the fifth the following week and the last

will be ready for occupancy by the United States Sugar: Corporation al factors on cane they again started scoring and four weekly prize given last Saturday

the first of the year. for Clewiston, are as follows: graphs on record show the safe hits were converted into three night was. won by Herschel House

Friday (last week) 1.01 inches; rainfall, temperature, soil runs. With two out in the fifth, with a six pounder.<<

Auto ,'''Supply Store Saturday 1.19 inches, ; Sunday, .05 and other things on the Avant, starting Clewiston hurler retired This is the first time that sucha

I ... inches; Monday, .77 inches; Tuesday growth. This year, for the' in favor of Forbes. contest has been sponsored by

To Open Here SoonJ. .76 Inches.V'ednesday's rainfall elaborate experiments are Clewiston scored one ,run in the the Chamber of Commerce but it
not and the rain for
given
was_ 'I made with water tables and fifth and in their half of the sixth is considered likely that they may'

Thursday, recorded following thlmorning's experimental plot the staged the greatest batting rally of continue these contests each sum-

F. McLure, manager, of the rain was 1.66 inches. the water is being held the year when the line-up batted mer ,and possibly through the :win-

Western Auto Associate store in I The highest rainfall in the area point constantly to around and two of the local batters ter months.

Pahokee was here Wednesday to'' during the week was last Friday in effects. More than fifty accounted for two safe hits in the

J make final arrangements for work Ritta when 2.12 inches fell and an throughout the entire same inning.
excess of better than five inches in Cereus Soon To BloomAt
the he has in the
the
on room leased I corporation are used Moore led off with a single, and
Hopkins Building in which to start'I shown for August in the Western observing plant growth
fromthe
Division. five more straight singles came Rackstraw HomeA
a branch store. result the averages through
bats of Hooks, Roberts, Bell.
H. D. Branyon of Pahokee who Considerable water Is, standingat years show decided changes
Ward and Clark. Wells groundedout
'
will manage the store here, came various places in town this changes in these natural
for the first out ad. Carlton jiight-blooming of the
cereus
here with Mr JMcLure.and will, havech'arge"of morning. but city pumps are func- plant,growth. "
I ; flew out to'center.. ..Hooks'got a cactus family growing on the chimney -
ionlng"splendidly and
standing
painting, rec nishelves The
instrument
) is !I new was second single and Roberts a dou- at the home of Mr. and Mrs.G. .
water usually pumped
and placing stock to be ready for i away by I stalled in time for much
ble before the side was retired onBell's B. Rackstraw will set a new rec-
nightfall.
opening the, store about the firstof t recorded during the present
fly. ord for blooms if all of the buds
October. I ing season and it will be 8)i
One beautiful hit was wasted in now on the plant mature to bloom.
Mrs. Branyan was here today Two More Members several years before definite
the third inning when Coburn Moore I Sixty-five of the buds were counted
with her husband and the couple I i will be obtained.
I tripled after two were out and withno the middle of this' week.
will move to Clewiston as soon as
Yet For Board
apartment Is available one on base. He then. died on The cereus has a beautiful flower
an probablynext IDrivers' Licenses'I
week. I third. but blooms only at 'night and is

The final Clewiston score, came 'gone the following day. Consequently -
C. E. Miner, Clewiston memberof '
I Are Now On'
in the seventh inning when Clark it is necessary to keep close
Newspaper Notice the new Everglades Fire Board '
singled, was forced by Forbes and watch to see the blossoms Ordinarily -
who was appointed last week and
In All Wells triple' scored Forbes: the blossom opens shortly af-
who spent several days in Tallahassee
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Requested On Sales I
8 Hobe Sound collected only six ter nightfall and closes a little af-
during the week, stated Wed- ..
'ter daylight the following morning.The .
hits during the game and, only one
nesday that Governor Cone had not I
I Tallahassee-(FNS) \
rainy weather of the past
of these after t le.firth inning.
Tallahassee, Aug. 31-A request' as yet appointed a member of the I I 1
hicle drivers licenses were Clewiston had sixteen hits credited few days leads Mrs. Rackstraw to
that notices of sales of lands reverting board for Highlands and Dade coun- .
1 to the State under the Murphy'Act '' for sale In the offices of all : and' went hitless in only one inning. I believe that some of the buds may
ties.The Line-ups be beaten off before they mature
be advertised In State newspapers Governor is spending this judges this week. '
j into blossoms and the weather will
Hobe Sound: Wilmot, 2b; Munch
, made Harold Colee week attending the Florida Week ,
was by ?I shipped them Monday by D. '
also influence the length of time
I 2b; Hancock, Ib; E. Arnold, c;
president the Florida State festivities at the World's Fair ands
ley, motor vehicle for them to mature. It is
Pennock, ss; Black, If; J. Arnold, required
Chamber f-f Commerce in to'make the
communications expected appointments -
executive officer in charge of 3b; Ferguson, 'rf; H. Arnold, cf; probable however that the blossoms
rep Ived today by Governor soon after he returns.
Fred P. Cone and several membersof sales. Instructions were Brooker, p. Clewiston: Wells, 3b; will mature within a few days.

Carlton, If; Moore, Ib; Hooks, ss;
his Cabinet. county judges Saturday. I II
Cornette WinnerIn Roberts cf Bell rf-cf Ward, 2b;
; ; Labor Will Be
Colee said he advocated this be- Every person operating a I Day
Clark, c; Avant, p; Forbes, p;
cause he understood it had been
I vehicle on the public I
suggested such notices of ''sales be"advertised" Kiwanis QuizE quired to have ta. driver's Beardsley, rf. Holiday For StoresAll
Moore hit safely four' out of five
by posting on the bul- I unless he is operating a
to the plate Clark had three
trips ,
letin boards of the 67 coun'ty.court-
hicle for the Army, Navy
M. Cornette with of
houses in the State. a score rine Corps; is temporarily for four and Roberts 'and Ward stores, the bank and most

"Such posting," Colee declared, eighty-four out of a possible 100 a road machine, farm each had two in four. other businesses will be closed next

"would fail to contact a" sufficientlylarge was, the winner of a quiz on cur- other implement of Monday, September 5, in observanceof
number of citizens inter- MRS EZELLE HOSTESS Labor Day and will give employesa
our rent events which was conducted by the highway; or is a
ested in the final disposition of President A. W. Lawrence at the having a valid driver's AT'llIUDGE TUESDAYMrs. two-day week-end holiday.

these lands. I therefore stronglyurge I sued in his home state or Housewives should note the holi-
every effort possible be takento weekly meeting of the Kiwanis J. W. Ezelle entertainedwith day and lay In a plentiful supply of

see this matter is handled in the Club at the Inn Wednesday evening.The October 1 Is the deadline an afternoon bridge party on groceries to last through the long

more satisfactory and usual manner quiz proved both entertaining curing drivers' licenses, I Tuesday; her party complimenting week-end.
and Instructive to the members public will have almost Mrs. George' C. Prewitt of New Or-
I' of advertising in the legal columns
\ present. days in which to secure leans, Mrs. C. L. Moran of Milledge-
I.. of our fine Florida daily and weekly DICK OWEN ENTERTAINSWITH
II newspapers. which, Commissioner Finle ville, Miss Troy Tibbs of Jackson- NOVEL PARTY
GAME CANCELLED should give ample time for ville.
"The newspapers of our State I ---
ers to' secure their licenses.Drivers' A fiesta juice set of pitcher and
have, and continue to play a most Owen entertained with a
A scheduled baseball be- H. P. Dick
definite game licenses will be glasses was won by Mrs.
and
prominent part in the Were" party at his
tween West Palm Beach and Clewis in the same manner used Knight who held high score linen "Come As you
upbuilding,
and
prosperityof
progress evening. The invi-
Florida. In my opinion, the State ton on the Clewiston diamond yes- mobile tags: that is, the' towels by Mrs. T. B. Shelley: for home Thursday which were cleverly wordedin
terday afternoon was postponed be- number set of coastersby tations,
and
should recognize this fact and, In assigned to a second high, a Instructed the guests to
turn, should assist the cause of wet grounds.The tags will be the initial Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, who rhyme
newspapersin attired when
possible. local team is scheduled to on its drivers' licenses. Dade made the lucky cut. Mrs._ J. F. come just as they were
every way
reached them. J
play Pompano there next Sunday. will handkerchiefs as the Invitation t
Letters urging their support In have 1" for its initial Curry received
the matter were received by Gover- Duval county "2", and the prize at Chinese checkers. Gifts of Dancing and games were enjoyed
\. GENE BERRY CELEBRATES the hos- during the evening and delightful
nor Cone, Attorney General George fice at Tallahassee will use note paper were given by
Cooper Gibbs; State Treasurer W. HIS THIRD BIRTHDAYMrs. Licenses will' be issued tess to her three honor guests.A refreshments were served.

V. Knott, Commissioner of Agriculture examination to any person salad course was served by Those attending were Misses
I Gene entertained Fri- George Florence Graham, Roberta Spicer
r Nathan Mayo and State Comp Berry qualified under the Mrs. Ezelle to Mrs.
day afternoon In honor of her Prewitt, Mrs. Margaret Von Mach, Renee Weth-
troller J. M. Lee.AMERICAN son the act who furnishes \' Prewitt, Mrs. W. C.
I Gene, on his third birthday.: The he has previously operated M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. C. L. Moran, Ington. Runelle McGehee, Beulah

i LEGION DANCE little guests enjoyed indoor play vehicle in a satisfactory Mrs. C. L. Downs, Miss Troy Tlbbs!' Guthrie, Edythe Nell Cornette, Bar-

I during the afternoon. Ice cream and J for a period of not less Mrs. G. T. Augur, Mrs. H. J. D.I bara Morrison, Maxine Doty, Marie

The Pahokee American Legion : cake and baskets of mints, were year. Cost of licenses is Scharnberg, Mrs. F. Deane Robbins, Gertrude Ullendahl Leah

will sponsor a Labor Day dawn served at refreshment time. for private operators and Mrs. ''H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Pat- Richaud and Julianne Oglesby and

1 dance which will be held at the r The guests included Beryl and for chauffeurs.The terson, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. C. H. Dick Tarleton, Bill Ullendahl, H. M.

j I Legion Hall starting at 12:05. Mu- Sandra Prevatt, Linda Lee, Kay law requires that Knight, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs.E Chenevert, Jr., Pat McGehee, Bob

sic will be by Tommie Keffer's ten Pafford, Ronald Hare, Don Terrell, cense shall have his L. Stewart, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Beardsley, Dick Patterson, Elmo

-. ." piece orchestra with Dorothy Ross Wayne King, Paul Bowden and. chauffeur's license In his Mrs. S. L. 'Crochet, Mrs. O. A. Hancock, John Robbins, Harry

I as vocalJet. -- Jimmy Knight. (Continued on Page, Jones. and Mrs. J. F. Curry.... Vaughn, :Morris Ford and Bill Owen.

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Mackenzie Boy Earle is his complete 'i:4'Ci %" 1 explorers, bearded and

name. But he's "Mac" for SUNDAY soiled, met in the wilderness, and

short, even with his false teeth in. Lesson crouched over a fire of brushwood.
Said the first:. "I came out here
And false teeth he has-perhaps Bv HAROLD L,, LUNDQUISTj. D. '
Bible because the to travel was in
TJz Dean of The Moody Ipstituteof urge
. the only Boston terrier in the country Chicago. I my blood. The drabness jof the
substitute molars. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
sporting 1 towns irked me, and the'ever-
His age, 16 years (comparablewith present smell of exhaust gas sick-
than 100 years of a human's Lesson for September 3
more ened my rebellious heart! I wanted .
life) made them necessary. .
to see the sun rise over mys-
"It took some little time to con Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected terious horizons, hear the scared

vince Mac %: c teeth were his and Council and of Religious copyrighted: Education. by International; used by flutter of birds hitherto strangersto

not to spit them out," writes own- permission. human footsteps, leave my foot-

er'Mrs. George W. Earle from the prints on sands unmarked beforeI

Washington Hotel, Aberdeen, ISAIAH: A LIFE DEDICATEDTO came along, see Nature in the

Wash. "But now he accepts them s\ 'eLI GOD raw! Why did you come out

and keeps them in his mouth for here?" *

lengthy'' periods. He'll take the LESSON TEXT-Isaiah 6:1.13. Said the second: "My wife's
GOLDEN TEXT-Here am I; send me.-
plate out to play with it from timeto I Isaiah 6:8.Crisis taking vocal

time, but can work it back un-

assisted."Washington Post. h I We have had ''so many of

I them that'they have almost become

commonplace. There has been one

war crisis after another. There have

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT MANY VARIETIES OF COOKIESSee I been world crisis and domestic crisis -

( Recipes Below) until the word has almost lost

its meaning.In .

the life of the individual, how-

ever, the times of crisis are very

Household News real and important. In a critical

BABY CHICKS illness one' knows when the crisis r' SuRE

comes, and he :who safely passes A

that hour is on the road to recov- MORE

CHICKS!' tested. No''crippks3 90 ery. More vital than a physical _

,, No culls. 100 postpaid crisis is a spiritual crisis, when a nE R pAC
Send Money Order for Prompt Shipment. meets God face to face and his pE
IAN Delivery Guaranteed man f es
ATLAS CO., 2651 Chouteau,St. Louis,Mo. r'T future destiny is determined by the pp AME
5 response which he makes to God's' IN

AGENTS call. Isaiah had such an experiencewhen

he came to realize God's glory

mill confessed his own unworthiness, By burning 25% slower than the

ends Merchants 4c yd.-up Canvassers; sheeting-3e New yard profits; full: size Cookies in the CupboardWhat night in refrigerator. Slice thin, and sought cleansing of life as a, average of the 15 other of thelargestselling
unbleached sheets 30c; quilt scrap bundles16cstart place on greased baking sheet and preparation for commission to serv-

back guarantee.with $2 Harry sample Sunsnlne.order; money-Textile bake in moderately hot 'oven (375 i ce. : brands tested-

Products. 36 Alabama St.. Atlanta Ga. cookies do folks like best to degrees) 12-15 minutes. I. "I Saw the Lord" (vv. 1-4). slower than any of them-CAMELS

eat? Chocolate Applesauce Cookies. King Uzziah, who had begun well
A cookie that's rich, and spicy and gIve smokers the equivalent of
(Makes 3 dozen cookies.) but had forgotten God, was at the
sweet?
end of his life, a leper because of -
A soft, thick cookie with fruity flavor % cup shortening 1
1 cup sugar his sin, and dying in disgrace. Is- /
FILMS rael which had known unprecedented -
Or the thin, crisp wafer the tea 2Vi cups flour
drinkers savor? 1 teaspoon soda ,. prosperity ,under God's blessing es
Developed'PrintedDIXIE now hardened its heart nationally
% teaspoon salt
A chocolate cookie that's moist and
2 teaspoons cinnamon against God and was also about togo '.
rich
Vi teaspoon cloves into eclipse. God needed a man : (
Or a tasty 'tidbit'with nutmeats, "
which % teaspoon ginger to; speak for Him in such an hour, '. : pACf

4 teaspoons cocoa to bring to His people a messageof
May be flavored with honey, molasses -
FILM SERVICE or spice? 1% cups applesauce (unsweet-, judgment and also of blessed in- '

P.O.Bex 430S-A Atlanta, Ca. Any kind of a cookie is pretty nice! ened) vitation. To prepare that man, thereat gACCOS11fl
Cream shortening, add sugar and Isaiah, God gave a remarkable AND

There are as many varieties of beat well. Sift together the flour; manifestation of His glory and f)

cookies as there are occasions for soda, salt, 'spices, and cocoa and power. "
Servingthem. add alternately with the applesauce.Beat It is essential that the man who

And what satisfying thoroughly. Drop by teaspoonfuls speaks for God should first see the
/ on greased cookie sheet and Lord high and lifted up and to hear I
To Check ConstipationGet : morsels they I
for'"the school 1/ J bake in a' moderate oven' (350 degrees of His holiness and glory. The neg-
are ,
at Its Cause! lunch box, for '. I Fahrenheit) for approximately ative tone of the present-day mes-

afternoon tea, or t';\ 15 minutes. sage, the lack of enthusiasm and
If constipation has you down so interest in holy ,things, the low
you feel heavy, tired and dopey, for a family meal 1\, Even on Sunday evenings hun- standards of personal holiness, the
it's time you did something about at home. You'llfind -
1t.And something more than Just among the gry families demand good food. failure to preach boldly the truth

taking a physic You should get tested cookie recipes below one for, It's simple enough to provide a regarding God's holy standards are hi
at the cause of the trouble. the fact that
such occasion ranging from meal that is temptingly different to be explained by
If eat the superrefinedfood any
most you people eat,the chancesare dainty tea cookies to thick, soft, molasses with suggestions such as those there has been no vision of the

the difficulty is simple-you cookies for an after-school or Eleanor Howe will give you in eternal holiness and glory of God.II. .
don't get enough "bulk." And "Woe Is Me! for I Am Un-
food. bedtime snack. They're all grand her column next week. Be sure "bulk" doesn't mean heavy
It's a kind of food that isn't consumed recipes for the Girl Scout cookie sale to look' for her article "Sunday done" (v. 5).

in the body but leaves a you may be planning, or ,for the Night Suppers"! To see the holiness of God is to
: conscious of 'one's
soft"bullcy"massintlleintestlnes.If be immediately
next meeting of the church guild. I
this common form of.constipation -
The obvious
sin and unworthiness. -
is your trouble, eat Crescent Tea Cookies. Pineapple Cream Tart!. own
Kellogg's All-Bran for breakfast (Makes 3 dozen cookies.) PART I-Tart Cases. conclusion which one draws
every day and drink plenty of butter from that fact is that anyone whois
water. All-Bran isn't a medicineit's % cup buttercup Vz cup proud, who is not concerned about
:= toasted nutritious confectioners' Vz cup granulated sugar
a crunchy, ; Vi sugar
his sins and the sins of his TOBACCOS-yet so
cereal.And it will help you 2 flour 1 egg yolk (beaten) own people EXPENSIVE
not only to get regular but to keep cups 1 teaspoon lemon extract, is living far from God and has to smoke.Recent im
2 vanilla extract
regular, day after day. Made by teaspoons either never known or has forgotten of 16 of the
1 cake flour laboratory tests
Kellogg's in Battle Creek. Sold 1 cup nut meats (chopped) % cups about His divine holiness. partial

by every grocer. Cream the butter and add sugar Cream butter thoroughly and add Isaiah spoke of the pollution of largest-selling brands show:

Ad 1 of the flour and slowly while beating con-
slowly. cup sugar his lips, thereby confessing that his CAMELS were found to contain
the vanilla extract. Mix well. Blendin stantly. Add the Whereof the 1 BY WEIGHTthan
heart was not right. MORE TOBACCO
the remaining flour and the nut beaten egg yolk \ -". // the, of
Open Avenue to Glory "** heart is full, thereof speaketh the average for the 15 other
cookie into lemon -
meats. Shape dough and ex-
;: mouth for we read in Matthew 12:
Literature is avenue to glory, s the largest-selling brands.
an
small crescents, and place on tract. Then add ...;: of the abundance of the
34 that out
ever open for those ingenious men greased cookie sheet. ,Bake in a the flour. Divide \ 1 1 l' CAMELS BURNED SLOWER
mouth speaketh.
heart the
who are deprived of honors or ofwealth.Isaac 12C 2
moderate (350 degrees) for dough into BRAND
oven ANY OTHER'
Disraeli.NERVOUS. III. "Then He Touched My THAN
about 20 minutes. Cool remove even pieces. Then fI 6 7 R. ). 25% SLOWER THAN
i- S :: Mouth" (vv. V. TESTED-
and roll in confectioners piece at
from pan', lay one "Then" what an important THE AVERAGE TIME OF THE 15

f sugar. a time in the left word! When Isaiah called out in OTHER OF THE LARGEST-SELL-
? Butterscotch Brownies. palm; press with the right hand un-

(Makes 2 dozen small cookies.) til dough is large'enough to fit a humble confession The turning, "then"point he is rightat was ING BRANDS! By burning 25%

4 tablespoons butter puffin tin. Then fit each piece into cleansed. slower, on the average, Camels give
Do you feel so nervous you want to scream? ) that place for any life. Only
the muffin tin and prick well with a the equivalent of 5 EXTRA
I Are you cross and irritable Do you scold 1 cup brown sugar the of smokers
to place con-
those dearest to you? beaten fork. Bake approximately 20 min- when we come PACK!
1 egg (slightly ) SMOKES PER
If your nerves are on edge and you feel fession and contrition which Isaiah
you need a good general system tonic, try % cup' flour utes in a hot oven. Fill with Pine- '
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, Filling knew, can we expect the Lord to In the same tests,CAMELS HELD
made especially for women. 1 teaspoon baking powder apple send the cleansing fire and the. en- 3 THEIR ASH FAR LONGER than
Cream Fill-
For over 60 years one woman has told another Vz teaspoon vanilla PART Pineapple
how to go"smiling thru"with reliable i/4 nut meats (cut fine) ing. abling power. the average time for all the other
Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature build cup None but God'can give this cleans-
up more physical resistance and thus helps Melt the butter in a small sauce- 3 tablespoons cornstarch himself brands.
unable to wash -
is
Man
calm quivering nerves discomforts ing.
from annoying toe which'ofwn accompany pan. Add sugar 3 tablespoons sugar clean. "For though thou wash. For cooler, milder smoking....and

Why not female give functional it a chance disorders.to help YOU for slowly 2, and minutes.cook 1 Vi whole teaspoon egg salt(well beaten) thee with nitre, and take thee much more of it per pack...smoke Amer-

Over one million women have written in yet thine iniquity is marked favorite-long-burning Camels.
1% milk (scalded) soap, ica's
reporting wonderful benefits from Pinkham'aCompound. Remove from cups Jer.
before me, saith the Lord"- (
+'t. flame, and add 1 teaspoon lemon extract
remaining ingre- 1 No. 2 can shredded pineapple 2:22. See also Jer. 13:23). Reforma-

dients. Mix well. 1 cup whipping cream (whipped) tion, 'turning over a new leaf, char- CAMEL
development, all commendable .
acter
Dangerous SpiritOf Pour into shallow Mix cornstarch, sugar and salt. sufficient.
in their place, are not
all the evil spirits abroad at : greased pan and Add, the egg (well beaten) and mix be divine cleansing of
this hour in the world, insincerityis bake in a slow thoroughly. Pour on the milk (scalded There must '
I is to be commission -
life if there a
the most dangerous.: -Froude. oven (300 degrees Fahrenheit) for ). Return to a double boiler and the service. r

about 18 minutes. Cut in squares. cook until thick. Remove from to
I Send Me" (
IV. "Here Am ; vv.
Ice Box Cookies. flame, add lemon extract, and al- BEGSARC
Ease summer head cold Orange .
discomforts quicklyput Makes 5 dozen cookies.) low to cool. Fill tart shells and 8-13) CA
( difficult and -
God had a unpopular
Just 2 drops" In just before serving place one spoonful R
each nostril. Demand.PLIlitwrg 1 cup shortening message to be delivered but now ypu 8EBuyl ,
of crushed pineapple (drained])
DQOps % cup brown sugar He had a man who was ready to
% cup white sugar on top of the cream filling. carry it. Isaiah had to proclaimto CGAR ,

WNU-7 35-39 1 egg Israel that because they had
2 tablespoons orange juice Send for Copy of 'Better Baking.' turned from the sunshine of God's

Time to Have a Care 1 tablespoon orange ,rind (grated) Of course you'd like to be able to love, which would have melted their

When the cup is full, carry it 23A cups general purpose flour make a feathery angel food cake, hard hearts, it had for them be-

even.-Scotch proverb. % teaspoon salt lemon pie that melts in your mouth, come the sunshine of His wrath,

tea teaspoon soda and crusty delicious rolls. You can which could only progressively harden -

% cup pecan nut meats (broken) make all these and many more them and turn them from Him.

Malaria* Chills*Fever ; Cream shortening and add sugars tempting dishes with Eleanor The same sunshine that melts the :iL:; '

slowly, while beating constantly.Add Howe's cookbook, "Better Baking," wax hardens the mud.
Tel.reliable Oiidme.Stops chilU and egg (well beaten), orange juice to guide you. Send 10 cents in coin The work of God in our day'awaits
fever,cleans blood cf maUrU.Famous
for O,, p and orange rind. Mix and sift flour, to "Better Baking," care of Eleanor the man or the woman of vision-
t SO Money-back guarantee.OX1DINE MeanA
yesrt. salt, and soda together and add to Howe, 919 North Michigan Avenue, the one who has been prepared by Advertisements

the creamed mixture, together with Chicago, Illinois, for your copy of confession and cleansing and 'who Saving to You

i the broken nut meats. Form in this valuable book. has then received the divine com I

rolls in wax paper and chill over- (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) mission.



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.
ft! Finally Name Was O. K. The clerk began to look hag-' The Continents

I Education Goes 6Gadget-y' I Though Not '0,' but 'K'A gard."Your initials again, please?" Seven grand land divisions are
"
"I said 'K. now regarded as continents-Europe
gentleman had completed his "Pardon, you said 'O. K/." Asia, Africa, South America,

_____m, '_+W ___>>_""_,_ purchases, and the clerk, in filling "I said 'Oh'-" North America Australia and Ant
out the sales slip, asked: "Just now you, said 'K. arctica. Of these. Australia is by
"What is the name, please "I said 'Oh,' because I didn't far the smallest. Greenland, being
"Jepson," replied our hero. "Six understand what you were asking entirely separated by water
teen twenty-one West-" me'. I didn't mean it was my ini from North America and being
i iI "Your first initial, please." tial. My name is Kirby Jepson." much smaller than any of'the con
I :" "Oh, K." "Oh." tinents named, is often referred to
i.'I i. "O. K. Jepson." "No. Not O, but K. Here, give as an island-continent, although a
:c "I said 'Oh.' me the pencil and I'll write it myself. few geographers classify it as a
"0. Jepson." There, I guess it's O. K. separate continent. Philadelphia
I "No. Rub out the O." now."-Annapolis Log. Inquirer.

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: OPENING of the new
i year brings new
, methods of teaching, involving .
eyes, hands and
'
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i ears otherwise, learn
: ing by doings Above: This
f Chicago youngster uses a
II reader dictionary. She puts
I'' the word opposite the
drawing, thereby fixing
!It spelling and meaning: in
. her mind. At right: Boys
! and girls investigate the
\ i world. Here they build a
; miniature postofflce to find
out just how letters travel
from mail box to a friend
miles aicay. As they war!:,
they keep a'lvritten record.

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;,0.. i';&.. .:-..Y2.'\.. ..''.:"' this book of thin cellulose
<;;
sheets superimposed upon
,'" t' : {ip ,
: each other to form a
composite whole. It was
,1" invented by Dr. Theodore
1. Jonas, a dentist, who got
the idea while studying
medicine.

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I Price For Next Tire Price For YOU
II
I The 1st Tlr. 500/0 Discount 2 Tires SAVE
4.40-21 t
4.50-21 f $7.20 $3.60 $10.80 $3.60.4.7S19l

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5.00-19f 7.45 3.73 11.18 3.72
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4.50-20 l
5.00-20 f 7.60 3.80 11.40 3.80

S.2S171S.SO17f
9.50 4.75 14.25 4.75

;: : 8.65 4.33 12.98 4 32

6.00-16_ 10.35 5.18 15.53 5.17Abm

Prices Inclade Your Old Tire-Other Sizes Proportionately Low.
I
A 50% DISCOUNT ALSO APPLIES TO THE PURCHASE
OF THE 2nd TIRE ON THE FOLLOWING:
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Above: This California
I shorthand instructor not stone
r r CHAMPION
only takes his class out of
doors but demonstrates Prlc. Nut Price YOU Price Nut Prlc. YOU
: 1 SiZE For The Tlr. 50% For SIZE Fot The Tire 50% For SAVE
i symbols with huge pla 1.t Tire Discount Tir.. SAVE 1st TIr. Discount TIr"

I cards. Left: Elementary 5.50-16_ $14.15 $7.0 $21.23 $7.07 6.00-1B_ $17.15 $8.58 $25.73 $8.57
school pupils study about '
nature, tending their crops ;. :g{ 14.65 7.33 21.98 7.32 6.25-16_ 17.95 8.98 26.93 8.97
of beans, oats and clover 5'25 6.50-16_ 19.35 9.68 29.03 9.67SstJlS
,: to learn sources of the ISl 13.35 6.68 20.03 6.67 7.00-1S_ 21.35 10.68 32.03 10.67

L I foods they eat.D ., 6.00-16_ 15.95 7.98 23.93 7.97 7.00-16_ 21.95 10.98 32.93 10.97
16.50 8.25 24.75 8.25 27.80 13.90 41.70 13.90
i' "' ': ; ""' N 077.4& '-:-- 6. O-17_ 7.stJ-IG_
;; : *#; \" ABOVE PRICES INCLUDE YOUR OLD TIRE-OTHER Sizes PROPORTIONATELY LOW.rirestone .
i.J1-4 ;'l{y :. WJJ /,
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,;i;: '.1" "'1''j"" .W4.', > ".',___' .>-,'...:. ....;.;...'.{.:. HIGH SPEED ,iretone CONVOY
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: ; .. *" : 7 *I' Prlc. N.xt Price YOU Price Nut Price YOU
> : SIZE : : T8 sc; :f FYh" SAVE SIZE : il:: sc; ;: F .. SAVE
,:;::[:':
., : : : $10.30 $5.15 $15.45 $5.15 t: :;H $8.35 $418 $12.53 $4.17

creasingly Radio is important becoming in-in \\ : :fH 13.20 6.60, 19.80 6.60 :: ::;f 8.60 4.30 12.90 4.30

American Music and education current events work. : t 12.00 6.00 18.00 6.00 :g 11.00 5.50 16.50 5.50

subjects are taught with 6.00-16_ 14.35 7.18 21.53 7.17 SS'5205-11BBt 10.00 5.00 15.00 5.006.2S1St

this instrument as well as 6.50-1Sf 17.40 8.70 26.10 8.70 6.00-1G_ 11.95- 5.98 17.93 5.97
with phonographs and
It newspapers. Radio often ABOVE PRICES INCLUDE YOUR OLD TIRE-OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOW.

:' proves valuable during FOR GREATEST SAFETY AND ECONOMY PUT A NEW TUBE IN EVERY NEW TIRE
stormy weather, epidemics

)i and when other children times cannot of stress get LIFETIME GUARANTEE NO TIME OR MILEAGE LIMIT


shows to school.a mother This in picture an epi ''ej '>- QiiR; ): :'." ';(:_ .; ""fl : :. :Fi: j'O: N'E"" :J :i ,. Qr.tItJ : c ,


!., demic-bound her children city with helping lessons ; -. ; $:: it: fEY) :P't : .: .$ (Jr p Lr :-" 'P ,$..EJ :Y] J; $; :ttei ;: :

broadcast from the local .. ._: '---_ __ _' :. ,,'_ - -- -- '
,.. radio station. For this
purpose See Firestone Tires made In the Firestone Factory and Listen t\the Voice of Firestone"w'th Richard Crook;
'" studies in all grades Exhibition Building at New York World'* Fair. Margaret Speafcj and the Firestone Symphony
f -- Alto vlilt the Firestone Exhibit at the Golden *. Orchestra, under direction of Alfred Wallenstein,
-: must be standardized in Gate International Exposition at San Franc co. Monday evenings.Nationwide N.B.C. Red Network.I ..
the broadest version.

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CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 1, 1039

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1 and before all the Masses. IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
the matter is, vote.Another TAVKLFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK
of
News But the truth class which causes grief, Week-day Mass every morning at FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
Clewiston showing to more I
The
Florida is actually 7:30. COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
than the exhibits The worst of all in my belief IN THE MATTER OF THE ,
people each day scandal crowd Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof APPLICATION OF
filth-dispensing
waiting for ad The
that keep thousands 1 Perpetual Help are conducted PAULINE BRRNEn TO
Clewlstor heads has
Published every Friday In This Is due to the fact Whose gossip countless .. BECOME A FREE DEALER.
NEW mittance. at 8 followed
Florida, by the CLEWISTON bowed. Friday evenings o'clock ORDER AND DECREE.
these other exhibits present now on this 15th day of Augr-
Inc. that by Benediction of the Most'
regular intervals and only The gangster with his blazing gunW'ill lustn A:. D. 1039, the above entitled
shows at be one; .Blessed Sacrament.Religious: matter coming on for hearing upon
every
horrify us
HOWlllWr, Editor from 1,000 to 1,200 people can Instruction Class for the report of H. A. Rider Master in
KEATIILEY at a time. Conse- But he who kills another's nameIs Chancery. to whom this matter wag
accommodated the same. children Saturday morning at nine hereinbefore referred by the Order of
the type's
is featur- gangster too;
an exhibitor that this Court, with the authority and
quently and after
Clewiston Sunday
here in ,
class mall mal ft-: themdo health is not so sound testimony and to
Entered as second: day as most of Our civic direction to take
the Post Office }nClewlston ing 10 shows a M'MS in Pahokee. to the capacity,
at
Kebrunry 1, 1927 like these are make inquiries as
show, Where chronic pains
the Act 1-.r capacity for each of the
under and qualifications
Florida and run The Mass schedule of Pahokee Is competency
March 3, 1887.Suascrlptlon. only showing to from, found; above named PAULINE BERNER, to
at best are 10:30'eyery Sunday, excepting the take charge of and manage her own
have a cure
12,000 a day. For civic ills we and to become
10,000 to : last Sunday of the month whenI estate 'and property
Per Year. the other ,hand, with And one thats absolutely sure- a. Free Dealer;
tote $2.00 Florida, on o'clock. >The public from
Court
shall turn toward Mass is at eight And it appearing to the
area, moves a con- As soon as folks I "s-"Id- Master herein filed
Application. Its extensive I of religious belief, the report of
regardless
Advertising Ilntew On of visitors from ten I GodA I I' that the said' PAULINE BERNER is
stant stream all will plod; I is always welcome in this church.CLEWISTON a married woman over twentyoneyear
in the morning until eleven at night brighter pathway I II sof age residing at Clewiston.
Devoted to the advancement and wet shows to from 20,000; to 50,000 I For ruin comes to every land. Hendry County Florida and that her
County and Husband, is CARL H. BERNER, and
fure of Clewiston and Hendry depending on weather conditionsand Which scorns the good God's guid- I' COMMUNITYCHURCH that the said PAULINE BERNER possesses -

> general attendance at the ing Hand. I' the capacity, competency and
the to take charge of, man-
qualifications
let's each do his honest part Royal Palm Avenue
So estate and
drought' has Exposition. > age and control her own
Last winter's exhibit at New York is To help the old home town take. Forest C. Taylor, Minister property, and to become a Free Dealer ,
forgotten. Florida's and that the
been temporarily I in every respect
several times larger than at either heart; I prayer' of her Petition should bgranted
I I or Cleveland, consequentlyit For after all, your town, you see, Morning worship and sermon / ;
Don't forget to lay in a supply Chicago much larger crowd to Must look to God through you and .every Sunday at eleven o'clock.Sunday IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED AD-
takes a AND DECREED, That the
of groceries for the Labor Dar make a showing than it did at these me.What .. school at 9:45 every Sun- JUDGED prayer in said, Petition be, and the
weekend.It But the very fact starting point would I sug- day morning. same is hereby, granted and that the
exhibits. and she
other said PAULINE BERNER be,
that 'the building is not jammed gest? Senior Christian Ende'avor every Is hereby, authorized to manage, take
takes news of great importance I with people' is a distinct advantagE The oldest, yet the very best! Monday evening at 7:30. \charge of, and control her Free property Dealer,
become a
to make the front pages daring the I since it permits the visitor to view Remember when you went to school? The public is ,very cordially in-.fin and every to be respect.and

present war crisis. the exhibits in comfort, and take It still works fine-THE GOLDEN vited to worship in the Communitj'I GEO. W.. WHITEHURST, Judge.

suffiicent time to really appreciatethe RULE! Church. Aug. 18, 25, Sept. 1, 8, 15.

The recent rains have slowed show. REV. LAWRENCE J. FLYNN.TO f I

planting operations but have not To date the total number of visitors : FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
I in New I i Your Subscription Paid?
done any damage to growing sugar to the Florida Exhibit i Is
cane. I York far exceeds the number for BUY CATTLEG. "The Friendly Church"Corner I

I the same period at either Chicagoor Ventura and Central Avenues,

One of the questions in a recent Cleveland, and further evidence C. Hodge, county agent left Services Every Sunday:

Kiwanis Club quiz was, "Name the that a greater number of personsis this morning for Arizona and other Sunday School at '9:45. a. m. B. know ..

city commissioners of Clewiston." being reached each day is found western states to. purchase a lot J. Herring, Supt. 00 yoU

Can you name them. ? In the Increased sale of orange juice, of cattle for the Seminole Indian Morning Worship 11 a. m. eat i*
\ grapefruit juice and orange sherbet. reservation of this county. The cattle B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m, A. H. bow

Ed Ward was beaten by only one Such sales are much greater than will be purchased from Indian King director. Mrs. Herman' Davis 1ogId be to

for the capitol prize in the at any other fair. tribes of the western states. associate.
ounce contest. He might demand During the several days I spentat Evening Preaching at 8 p. m. or
locaF fishing feuybuild
our exhibit last week I was im- Midweek service every 'Wednes

a recount. pressed both by the type of, people Read The Ads day evening at 8 p. m.W. .- a

dubbed the visiting it and the keen interest M. S. each 2nd and 4th Tues- refinance
of the engineers
recent One 'hurricane' a perfect labora- they evidenced. Those in charge of day at 3:30 at the church, Mrs. A it"

Another one has just the information desks report greater R. Broadfoot, president. home
storm:
tory around Puerto interest than previous fairs with The public is cordially invited to 1

, Rico.been discovered visitors eager for detailed informa- 9f MIM!IIIL mr f iiil!!il il ,il lmnm1lmrn(' I liIlliI! ?I attend all services. \ Chi plan

tion concerning the state, its condi- p Rev. O. H. Denham will supplythe

One observer who has no great tions and opportunities, tourist at- WITH THEChurches pulpit at both morning and

that if war breaks tractions, industries, agricultural evening services. FULL DETAILS GIVEN...
to fight says
yen out the Big. Cypress will be the development and eagerly take the I Ii Sunday' afternoon at 2 the regu- WITH NO OBLIGATION
and literature offered.No meeting of the board
most densely populated area in booklets lar monthly
one can make a complete LErnmlill of deacons will be held at the
Florida. tour of the Florida Exhibit withou IWIIII! OOm 1lmill! mll rn [ church. home
Buying a

Today, September 1, is likely togo becoming keenly interested in the to ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC Monday afternoon at 3:30 Sun- I of your.own is I
state and filled with a desire beam meeting at church.
the beginnimof
as CHURCHRev.
down in history the finest type,
The only thins
tin visit or locate here. Tuesday morning at 9 cottage

date the,of second the second world Armistice war. May be that prevents thousands from pull Lawrence J. Flynn: Pnstor prayer meeting at home of Mrs., of thriftClewiston

not far behind. ing up stakes and moving down today Mass each Sunday morning at Fred Topper. I
is that they haven't sufficien Tuesday afternoon at 3:30. Girls Federal
finances to do so unless they can 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sunday Auxiliary meeting at Church. I

'-WAR secure a job' or establish some kind of the month when the time is Regular monthly business meeting Savings and LoanAssociation

Out of Europe today- co'mes"news of a business, and over and ove: 10:30. of the church ,will be held Wed-*i ,

that is scarcely reassuring to those again they ask about the chance for; Confessions are heard every Saturday nesday evening immediately. after

who have been hoping and praying employment or business. evening from 7:30 until 8:30 prayer meeting. I
Dozens that I talked to during I
for If the reports are at all
peace.
at the exhibit in ]
authentic there is little left to dc my brief time .... ........ .......... ............................
* * * : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : )
: :
the nations to make a formed me that they were planninga i .N N N N.:N N..:N N:N:N:N:N N:N:N N:N IN N N:N:..:..:***.***.**.*fIHHN. *.***.***.***.**..**.**:**..**.**.**.**.**.**.*%*.**.**.**.**> o.: .: .: O..u.u.: : ......u.u.MNN. ......NNNNNNNNNNN. . . ....1.
for NNNNMNNNNS .NENJOY .NNNN. .M '
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except '1 1 ... .. NN NN NN NMNNNINNNN:NN:NNN;I;I N .n..n.n.
formal declaration of war and despite trip to Florida this winter and : ./:i.: : ;NN:NN: :NN:NNHN: :N: :N: :N:N: t

the fact that declarations of am confident that the coming win YY....
the : :
considered obsolete, by the ter will find us entertaining .:. : Yl
war are
dictator nations we still think that greatest influx of tourists and win A' ',,, :.-.' :;:.;:

England and France will make a ter visitors in our history bro"ughtabout 3::;: '-.- ., ,""' ;ro',i... '- .:..:-
magnifi- : : .. v, AN :
largely through our .... ;
formal declaration of war against .
Germany and 'her allies. cent World's exhibit Fair.at' the New York \ \ J JI

Very few really believed that, ELECTRI'.C' '
other result Earl Brown and his co-workers XX :
be
there would any ALL
finest and ::::
the
Florida
have given ; ;
from the crisis of the past few days. ;:*: ', ; /:
Negotiations were impossible in the most impressive state exhibit ever XX:::: ,/.:: :;::;:
assembled by any state anywhere., ; :: '.
face of Hitler's attitude for had exhibit 1AA::: HOME .:..:.
Britain given in again it would have One has only to visit New the York .tt:..:-

meant a repitition of Munich anda 3f other states at the :;::;:
Pair and them with ours
stronger Germany to fight sooneror compare :::i: Y
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later to:: realize this. AAtX y.
I In spite of the tremendous competition Y _
None of us relish the thoughtsof A.*.
has gained more ,

.war Still even less when do far we removed relish fromus. the nation wide, Florida publicity received more ::!::!: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that n

been'eatured 1AA H
thoughts of a conflict into whichwe olumns; of newspaper space of both the work and the pleasures of the
:
on more radio programs :: : takes care ...:.
will in all probability be plunged -
and generally attracted more attention : : will do everything quickly efficiently :i:+
sooner or later. Still there are \ all other state exhibits .::::: home and one that : .:.
few of us meek enough to be willing : than st... ::::::
to submit to the dictatorship ofa ombined; and evidence of this ++ and economically. .+.A.t.
who cares to check .}
awaits anyone >
Hitler a Stalin or a Mussoliniwithout xx I :
the record in the form of actual ...: 26 crunchy slides of toast or :;::::
,
a fight. 9 One will toast ..:.
radio schedules. : penny
and
clippings
So if this is that war we believe press :*::*: h.;
But don't take my word for it, : : two hours of safe reading 19 :::
that every resource of this country :::: give your eyes
should 'be placed at the commandof ome;: up and see for yourself. ; ; day-and-ELECTRICITY is : :::
of
:;::;: your radio for most a
and if
the democratic nations :
: in order DON'T DOWN YOUR{ TOWN! that cheaper the more of it that you use. .
need be, our manpower ::::=::: one thing gets :::i:

that the struggle may be ended as +.:. :

quickly as possible. Some town folks who' claim to love :their .:.:.:.. That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home 3:::


Ire always first to run it down; tt... that is all electric and modern. r :f:::::

. . . .. .. ...... -I might be dense, +.i. .+
.'..,**'...**,...,**NN, N**...*.N.w.w.-*.N.*1..*!*.* >> '! -! !- perchance very ':*** :( tt
But I can't see where that makes: '.::::*. --J
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Too Late To ClassifyBy .Their sense.town may have ,a lot of ills; 1 Y...A.. x

May need a dose of civic pills; YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :xx
IS
RUSSELL KAY ELECTRICITY
P. Yet, pills of really helpful type *::1:

.:.:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Just very rarely ever gripe. :::..:.. .. I

The griping crowd, who. e'er complain : .

A lot of folks have criticized the : :i: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.

Florida Exhibit at the New York Are any town's most, chronic pain; s AA

World's Fair because of its location.While They sit around and groan all day,, :i 2t:v.i. I

it is generally ,admitted that With scarce a helpful word to say +X I

the exhibit itself is far superior to They never doubt what should be x+.

that of any other state and one of done, .:.'.:. ..$
.:... AV ..
Yet action they will always shun;
the outstanding features of the entire : ++

exposition they tell ytfu thatit ,Their good ,advice they fairly Yy Xv
**
is in a pocket and doesn't draw I screech, y

the attendance it should. But never practice what they: preach P

10 Fair visitors touring the groundsin I Some knock their church forevermore i Glades' Power and Light Co. ==:

the afternoon or eveping see long x_

.. lines of people who stand for an Yet seldom enter one church door: .. xxXv

hour or more to gain admission to While others still take great delight ++ 4 .+..:.

the General Motors, Ford, General In gloating o'er a neighbor's pljght. YYTIm
t ...
J
Electric or other commercial dis- Some rave of rotten politics, x tt

and not to muddy verbal bricks; ,5. ......... ....... ....-:..:.. :..:-: ..:..:..:..:..:..r:..:..!..!
plays are disappointed Throw ..... : :
very' .. ........ : : : :
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find 'similar lines waiting for adniission .A. contradiction, if you'll note, .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:....: : : : : : : : : :{: : :..: :{:..:{-:-:.. {-:.. .. {.:.. .rr ..rrr .:-: -: :-:-: .
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to the Florida! Pavilion| They'll often turn and ,sell their \ :..

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1039 THE CLEWISTOX :NEWS PAGE FIVE
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1,
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T Mrs. J. A. McGehee attended a I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Earl of Anderson Prewitt, Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs. FOR RENT-Desirable sleeping
'I S. C., spent Monday night here Fred Henriksen. rom for gentleman.-.A. W. Dodgeat
meeting of district 11, of the state
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith. Government Reservation.Johnson's .
welfare board held in Fort Myers
y- L Personals J After spending a few days at Fort MRS. PIIEWITT HONORED -.
Wednesday.Mrs. Myers Beach the Earls will return'
AT PARTY SATURDAY ,
: f for a short visit here. Mr. "Earl
W. H. Warren and baby J was one of the U. S. Engineers on ; Fish Camp
I Clovllla returned this the levee project in the early daysof Mrs. George C. Prewitt, of New
; Miss Laura Matteson was a visitor daughter, the project. .' v Orleans, was honor guest'" at a1 (X'nr Hurricane Gate)
I ,
In West Palm Beach yesterday. week from a three weeks' visit with
w. bridge party given Saturday after- Clewiston, .Fla.

..' Mrs. Warren's parents In Newberry I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop and j jI noon by,; her two sisters-in-law, MrsM. Boats and Mot."s-Guide Service

Miss Virginia Saxon of Moore I sons left Thursday afternoon, for a I r M. Prewitt and Mrs. W. C. Prew- Rates Reasonable
John Tletke of Cleveland and
I r Haven was a visitor here this week. vacation of two weeks They will itt at the W.: C. Prewitt home. W. H. Johnson, Mgr

j .Vance, Hugh and Keith McKean of visit briefly In Gainesville and In I Mrs. W. C. Owen received a bath

R. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers was a Orlando are spending a few days in Greenville, S. Car., and continue set for high prize, Mrs. J. E. Beard-

:"' business visitor here yesterday. Clewiston on business.Mr. to Richmond, Va., for a visit with I sley bath crystals for second high J.IV2.COUSECounselor

Mr. Bishop's brother. They expectto I prize, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson a linen

Dennis Small and Sam Heath of and Mrs. George C. Prewitt attend the New York Fair while towel for consolation and Mrs J. and Attorney at Law

LaBelle were visitors here Tuesday. left Thursday for a visit of a weekIn away. I W. Ezelle eau de cologne as cut Hopkins Building

Miami before returning to their +i prize. Mrs. Prewitt received ean de Wednesdays and Saturdays
Elmo Hancock of Pahokee Is Rt. Rev. Monsignor Harold J. i cologne as guest prize. Mrs. C. L. 0:30 to 4:00

j visiting Bob Beardsley. ,home In New Orlenas. Thomas, D. D. and Rev. Father I Moran, another guest, was presented -

Martin Callahan, both of Erie, Pa., I with two lovely handkerchiefs.
.' Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett were 1 Miss Jean Patterson has returned I
and Rev. Fathers Charles Gilligan The' hostesses served a salad
visitors In Fort Myers Monday. J from West Palm Beach where she and Edward Gallagher, both of course to Mrs. Elbert Stewart, Mrs.E. .

\ --- I spent several weeks in Good Samaritan Syracuse, N. Y., were the guests of C. Mills, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs.
: Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Augur have 'Hospital for an eye opera- Rev. Father Lawrence J. Flynn, I M. E. VonMach,'Mrs. R. N. Smith, Good FarmLand
I
S as their guests, Miss Troy Tibbs tion and treatment. pastor of Saint Margaret's Catholic Mrs. Fred Curry, Mrs. H. J. B.

k': and Frank Hessle of Jacksonville.: I.Church, this past week. II Scharnberg, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.
.
W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,
Sheriff H. L. Lawrence W. L.
Stewart of Jacksonville (
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Mrs. George CARD PARTY AT MORRISOX 1 I II Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. J. W.
is visiting her son, ElbertL. McGriff and Ralph Waldron of '
I -
I HOME TUESDAY EVENING !Ezelle, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. Ed
Stewart and Mrs. Stewart. Palm Beach spent the week-end at L.
Robbins, Mrs. S. Crochet, Mrs. for Rent

the Clewiston Inn. while on a fish- Miss Barbara Morrison entertained Fred Henricksen, Mrs. John Higgins -
': Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, \
I Ing trip in Lake Okeechobee waters. i with a card party at the home Mrs. C. L. Moran and Mrs. O.
Bob and Dick Patterson were Sun-
, day visitors In Miami I I of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. A. Jones.
,i I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hillen and i Morrison Tuesday evening.
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' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley leftI' son, W. R. Jr., and Miss Natalie Attending were Misses Maxine :MRS. HARRY VAUGHN AND
I' : Doty, Edythe Nell Cornette, Flor-
MRS. W. P. VAUGHN HOSTESSESThe
Tuesday morning for 'Chicago ro Rugheim left Tuesday for Charleston -
ence Graham, Roberta Spicer. Dick
1. spend a two weeks' vacation. after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Jr.
Tarleton, H. M. Chenevert, Trespassers
H. T. Vaughn home was the
I D. A. Herbertson. Bud Vaughn, Bill 'and Dick Owen
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Falco, of Olga scene of a pretty informal tea /
I I and Billy Ullendahl. I Will Be
recent I were guests G.' B. Thomas is a patient, in Bay Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. H.
E. T. Hurst.
I I Pines Hospital near St. Petersburgfor COMMUNITY SUNDAY SCHOOL T. Vaughn and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, ProsecutedClewiston

i Miss Sue Maxwell of Pahokee a minor operation which was I ADULT CLASS MEETS Sr., were hostesses.The .

_.' visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner performed last week. He Is expected afternoon was spent in
I It', this week. I II home this week-end. The adult class of the Community Chinese checker games and conver-
School met at the
Sunday
,
E sation. Mrs. C. L. Moran won the
t Mrs. H. C. Jones and children Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Buchanan of ,home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham prize at the checker games.

:, have returned. from a visit in I Wlnston-Salem, N. Car., spent several -:Tuesday evening. The guests were Mrs. Amy Hall,

Jacksonville days in Clewiston on business Mrs. J. H. ,Doty is president of of St. Petersburg, who: is visitingher ;

,.. this week. Mr. Buchanan is con- the class and A. W. Dodge'has been son, H. R. Hall, Miss Jean Pat- Realty And

C. V. Parkinson ,returned this I nected with the FHA organization. selected teacher. At Tuesday's meet- terson of Washington, D. C. who is

week from a stay at Blowing Rock, I ing two officers were elected to fill the guest of her brother, R. Y. Pat- I

N. C. I Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden I vacancies. Dr. 'J. W. Ezelle was terson and Mrs. C. L. Moran, of DevelopmentCorporation

: .\ and son, Kay, were week-end visitors I elected vice-president and Mrs. Milledgevlile who is spending a few
,'a Mrs. J. F. Morrison and Miss in Fort Myers. Kay had his ton- Manning 'Keen secretarytreasurer.At weeks with her son, Jay W. Moran, I

Barbara Morrison spent ThursdayIn sils removed at the Lee Memorial I the close of the evening Mrs. Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. Martha

Fort Myers., Hospital Friday. Graham served delicious refresh- Ludekins, Mrs. M. J. Hirsch and I
'ments to Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mrs. Dupuis.

Miss Alma Crews of Fort Myers Mr. and Mrs. B. B. McLaughlin I Doty, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dodge,
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spent the week-end here with, her and' family of Fort Myers have I Mr. and Mrs. Manning Keen, Mrs.

) sister, Mrs. E. C. Mills and family moved to Clewiston. Mr. McLaughlin I I. M. Pafford and Dr. J. W. Ezelle.

will be the manager of the
Miss Isabel Berry of Savannah, warehouse for the Royal Stores '[JOAN WALKER HONORED FAMOUS HOMES IN_ HISTORY .

visited Mr. and Mrs.. Gene Berry for here. AT RJRTHDAY; PARTY r:.' ," .'',,:',-'':
,
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several days. 4 "r"'i-: ", .
'
Connie Clark, of Tampa, arrived Mrs. H. E. Walker entertained :.:
I : j..
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Mrs. H. M. Hartsfield of Fort / :;: ;; ,\1
1 Thursday to spend the 'week-end! with 'a birthday party for her' (daughter ','
G Myers Is visiting her son, Keith 'I with his, mother, Mrs. Fred 'Topper. 'I Joan, Saturday afternoon.: After ?

Hartsfield and family. ,He will return to Tampa Tuesdayto I several games were enjoyed delicious

l, -' join the advertising departmentof Ice cream and birthday cake were
Emmett Shelley has returned I the Tampa Times. i I served.

from: a vacation trip to' Georgiaand -....- Betty McDuffie won the prize in ;

North Carolinla. Allen Clements, 'Dr. Jack Ellison the cracker contest. The hostess was ;

and Sidney H. Ellison of Miami, J. assisted In entertaining by Mrs. .i

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hayes are I C. Clements, Dave- Shapard and M. C. Vowell and Mrs. C. W.: Sim .,."
leaving today to spend the weekendIn Buck Armeda of Fort Myers spent mons. ikefomt oft .

Tampa and Fort Meade. the: week-end 'fishing In Lake Okee- Those Invited were Betty and '

I chobee. Gloria McDuffie, Mildred Henderson, "HOME, SWEET HOME"This

Mrs. Jack Lewis and Miss Betty '- Doris Simmons, Betty Stough, \ OWN

Hooks of LaBelle were business Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson 'have Mamie Trice, Margie Allen, ,Grace of'John I YOUR
,visitors here Monday. returned from a visit to the FairIn Ward, Mamie Johnson; Marion i was the home Icncm

d New York. They also visited In Vowell, Beryl Ingram' Betty Berg, a I ; Howard Payne, author of one HOME

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner and Marietta, Ga. Mrs. Wilson's mother, I Louis Blount, Billy Blount, Betty of America's best loved songs

children have returned from a stayat Mrs. L. M. Oliphant, accompaniedthem Dixon, Marilyn Davis, Jacqueline

Fort Mye'rs Beach. and is visiting,here. Bledsoe, Cleo Scott, Katherine Let us help you achieve the'security

Dyess, Caroline Robinson, Gene .
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis of Ca- Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff returned Doke and Dale; Crews. and comfort of a home of your own .
nal Point were Clewiston visitors Sunday from a vacation ,

Sunday.Mr. spent In Blowing Rock, N. C. Mrs. MRS WELLS HOSTESSTO
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Duff's nephews, Sandy and Teddy BRIDGE CLUB -
and Mrs. C. E. Nail are Beach of Palm Beach accompanied :

spending their vacation on a trip I them home for a visit. The afternoon bridge club met Clewiston Federal Savings

to Jacksonville and Nashville. at the home of Mrs. Aubrey Wells I

I Wilbur McGehee returned Satur- Wednesday. Mrs. Wallace Arey won

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cato returned day from Wilmington Delaware, a bath set as high score prize, and I and Loan Association

to Miami Thursday after a week's where he has been employed during Mrs. E. L. Hayes a sugar and creamer -
visit here with relatives. the summer on an excursion boat. as low prize.
I .
Mr. and Mrs. J. A." McGehee met Apple pie a la mode was servedby
Miss Ruth Marshall returned Sunday him In West' Palm Beach. the hostess to Mrs. Hayes, Mrs.

I from a visit with relatives in Arey, Mrs. Glen Etherton Mrs.

Columbia, South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kammerer, I John Elmore, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr.,

Misses Pearl and Dorothy Kammerer Mrs. A. C. Carlton and Mrs. Foy

i I Mrs. W. F. Simpson was a business of Brunswick, Ga., will arrive Durrence. VSIRS. // // / ,
visitor in West Palm Beach today for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. a

\ Saturday. I. M. Pafford. Anne Pafford Is returning : MORAN HOSTESS I

to Clewiston with them after AT PARTY FRIDAYMrs. 1i1Ii
(I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller returned a visit in Brunswick. 'I
Thursday from a month's visit
C. L. Moran, who Is
with relatives In Mayport. Tommy Cochran of West Palm
ing several weeks here with spend-I
Peach spent several days here vis- Jay"''. Moran at the
Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor
iting Bob Patterson this week. The Inn Apartments, was hostess at a
spent a few days in Fort Lauder- two boys, who are room-mates at delightful party given at the Inn

dale this week. the University of Florida, left Thurs- Friday afternoon. Bridge and Chin-

day for' a stay of several days inWest ese checker games were played.At .
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Augur and Palm Beach.
the bridge Mrs. W. C.
children, Jean and Carol, returned game ? When it rains,the patented deep emergency
Prewitt won first prize, a crystalvase carries off water instantly .
drain channel seepage
Sunday' from a month's visit in New
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Chenevertand
and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn won
and keeps the roof weathertightand
<\. York and Connecticut. children, H. M. Jr., and Jac- second prize, a box of bath powder.Mrs. leak-proof. Only genuine Super Chan- .

", f queline of Baton Rouge, are visiting Martha Ludekins won a pairof YY neldrain has the patented construction.
Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. H. R. Mr and Mrs. P. C. Tarleton and bath towels as prize at Chinese Only Super Channeldrain Roofing gives
Hall, Mrs. Bill Myers: and Mrs. R. of COP-R.LOY-
life
family. Mrs. Tarleton and Mrs. checkers and Mrs. J, W. Ezelle wona I you the extra long
r N. Smith were visitors Friday in Chenevert are sisters. On Tuesdaythe Wheeling's famous rust-resisting copper
Fort pottery pitcher as cut prize. Channeldrain is also easy to
Myers. visitors and Drs. Tarleton and alloy. Super
c I Those enjoying Mrs. Moran's hos- We supply all needed accessories.
her children motored to Fort Myers. I lay.
pitality were Mrs. H. A. Bestor .
Mrs. Eddie Curry of Gainesvilleand
I Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. W. F. Simpson -
Miss Virginia Lawhon of Baker, .
Mrs. Charles E. Smith of Avon Mrs. H. J.
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,
Fla., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. LUMBER COMPANYPHONE
J. Loworn. Park visited here the first of the B. Scharnberg, Mrs. P. C. Tarleton, ROYAL

I r! I week with her sister, Mrs. E. E. Mrs. W. C. ,Owen, Mrs. E. L. Stew- 88 '

: "' Kelly. Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. Smith, PeggyJo art, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs.
r Mrs. H. A. Land and children, and Charles Smith spent Wed- Martha Ludeklns, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Prices Competitive I '
and Mrs. A. P. Wynn and childrenare nesday in West Palm Beach, and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and Mrs. W. p.1| I

,.- returning today from a visit of the :visitors returned to Avon Park Vaughn, sr., Mrs. S. L. Crochet,

, several days at Punti Gorfa Beach. Thursday.. ._v }IT' W. C. Prewltt anT Mrs. George -- ,- .- .--- i ',.



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O PENN PUBLISHING CoMPWNU SERVICE hour. Then wipe with a soft
cloth and wash in warm water and
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soap-suds.
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great Frederick Towne. l'heone corn to a tarmer's store-hasn't he

THE STORY THUS FAR whose name was so often in the papers fulfilled his destiny?" Cleaning Greens.-A teaspoon of
and his niece, Edith, had been "Oh if you want to put it that salt added to each'quart of water

Young, pretty Jane Barnes) who lived with ner Brother. Baldwin. In SherI deserted .at the altar. '"You know, way. 1 suppose you are hinting that used in cleaning spinach, water-
wood Park, near Washington, was not particularly Impressed when she read my dear, the one who ran away." 1 can. keep away a crow or two-" cress and other small-leaved
,attractive Edith Towne had been left at the altar by Delafield Slmms. will help to draw out, small
that rich said that she be "I'm
Yorker. However, she still mused over It when she met Evans When Jane must not hinting. I am telling it greens '
wealthy Follette New a young neighbor, whom the war had left completely discouraged and getting home, they pressed around straight out." insects which may be in them.
despondent. Evans had always loved Jane. That morning Baldwin Barnes. on her sniffing her flowers saying the
offered assistance to a tall lovely girl In distress. They heard Baldy's step in
his Later way he to found work In a Washington bag she had left In the car. containing a diamond ring on pleasant things of her prettiness- hall. Jane, rising, gave Evans' heada Brighten Tea'TovelI
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which was Inscribed "Del to Edith-Forever." He knew then that his passengerhad hinting of Towne's absorption in her pat as she passed him. "You are

discussed been the Edith matter Towne.with Jane Already, and he they was called half her In love uncle with worldly her. That sophisticated night he She laughed and sparkled. It,wasa thinking about yourself too much Set With Bluebirds

Frederick Towne. He visited them at their home delighted with Jane's simplicity joyous experience. Mr. Towne old dear; stop it."
He told them Edith's story. Because her uncle desired it. Edith Towne had a way of making her feel im Baldy. ramping in, demanded a
whom she liked but did not love. She disappeared
Delafield Simms.
Immediately had accepted after the wedding was to have taken_place. The next day Jane portant. And the adulation of the detailed account of Jane's adven-
received a basket of fruit from Towne. and a note asking If he might call again. old ladies added to her elation.As ture.

Mrs. Follette. widowed she nevertheless mother of managed Evans to was keep a woman Evans and of indomitable herself In comparative courage.- I Frederick and Jane walked "And 1 took Briggs to market,"

Impoverished comfort by running a dairy farm. Evans mentally depressed and disillusioned across the street towards the little she told him gleefully, midway of r
had little self reliance and looked to his mother and Jane for guidance house on the terrace, a gaunt figure her recital; '"you should have seen
She'asked him to bring
her pocketbook.. Edith Towne Jane phones calls on Baldy Frederick In answer Towne to an In ad.his elaborate office. rose from the top step and greeted him. He carried my parcels-and r ,
them. offered advice-"

"Evans," Jane scolded, "you needa Baldy had no ears for Briggs' at- L

guardian. Don't'you know that you tractions. "Did you get the things
CHAPTER V-Continued But this afternoon Jane was late. shouldn't sit out in such weather as Miss Towne wanted?" rof'A

-8- Tea was always served promptlyat this?" I "We did. We went to the house

Jane bought modestly and four. And it happened that there "I'm not cold." I and I waited in the car while Mr. .a

Briggs carried her parcels. He even were popovers. So of course, they She presented him to Frederick. I Towne had the bags packed. He

made a suggestion as to the cut of couldn't wait. "Won't you come in, Mr. Towne?" wanted:! me to go in but I wouldn't. I
"I telephoned to Sophy," said I He would call her out with "
the steak. His father, it seemed But he would not. We brought bags us.
had been a butcher. Mrs. Allison, "and Jane has gone her up. Jane stood on the porch "Who's. \ve'?" r

They drove back then for Fred. to town. I suppose something has" and watched him go down the "Mr. Towne and 1, myself," she
for him and kept her. Anyhow we'll start in. steps. He waved to her when he added the spectacular details.
erick. went ,
Briggs up }
So the old ladies ate the popovers reached his car. "Do mean that you've been .
you
that Mr. Towne "
would returned be down to say in a moment. and drank hot sweet chocolate, and "OhEvans," she said "I've had playing around with him all day?" 5 r"Sfr1.

of found them not as delectable as such a day." "Not 'all day, Baldy. Part of it."
Frederick was, as a matter when Jane was there to share them. They went into the house together.. "I'm nol sure that I like it." 3 ,

fact, finishing a letter to Delafield Things were, indeed, a bit dull. Jane lighted the lamp. "Can't you "Why not?"- ; /

Simms: They discussed Mrs. Follette, whose dine with us?" "A man like that. He might fill .=' '

"I am assuming that you will get faults furnished a perpetual topic. "I hoped you might ask me. Mother your head with ideas." l .A,

your mail at the Poinciana, but I Mrs. ,Allison told them that the is staying with a sick friend. I (

shall also send a copy to your New young ,Baldwins had dined at Castle If I go home, I shall sup on bread ICHAPTER VI .
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York office. Edith has asked me to and milk." -

return the ring to you. I shall holdit "Sophy's chops will be much bet- Baldy Barnes faring forth to find

until I learn where it may be delivered -, ter." She held her flowers up to Edith Towne. on Sunday morningwas I J .

into your hands. him. "Isn't the fragrance heavenly a figure as old as the ages-. Ji

"As for myself, 1 can only say ?" youth in quest of romance.It fW Y :
this-that my first impulse was to "Towne gave them to you?" was very cold and the clouds 9y Yi '1

kill you. But perhaps I am too civilized -: She nodded. "Oh, I've been very were heavy with wind. But neither 1 .

to believe that your death grand and gorgeous-lunch at the cold nor clouds could damp his ar .. 11 .J
would make things better. You must Chevy Chase club-a long drive aft. dor-at his journey's end was a lady 1983"Lucky = to f

understand, of course, that you've R'r erwardshe broke off. "Evans I with eyes of burning blue.

put yourself beyond the pale of decent you look half-frozen. Sit here. by the People' were going to church as he you-to be embroidering "-
people." fire and get warm." came into the city and bells were us on a set of tea towels!

"I met both trains." ringing, but presently he rode againin say these cross stitch bluebirds.

Lucy's pencil* wavered-a flush "Evans-why will you. do such country silences. He crossed the We're: in simplest stitchery and

stained her throat and cheeksthenshe things?" long bridge into Virginia and fol- colorful floss-so you're sure of a

wrote steadily, as Frederick's t.i t. ;"I wanted to see you." lowed the road to the south.It grand result! Pattern 1983 con-

voice continued: i rl "But you can see me any time-" was early and he met few cars. tains a transfer pattern of 7 motifs

"I cannot. Not when you are Yet had the way been packed with averaging 5 by 7'4 inches; mate-
"You will find yourself black- with fashionable gentlemenwith rials illustrations of
lunching !motors, he would have still been required;
balled by several of the clubs. What- gold-lined pocketbooks." He stitches color schemes.
1 alone in that world of imagination ;
ever your" motive, the world sees no 4' z'ry IM. held out his hands to the blaze. "Do Where he saw Edith Towne and that Send 15 cents in coins for this

excuse. you like him?" first wonderful moment of meeting. pattern to The Sewing Circle,
"Mr. Towne? Yes, and 1 like the Needlecraft Dept.,'82'Eighth Ave.,
He stopped. "Will you read that things he does for me. I had to So he entered Alexandria, passing New York, N. Y.Thought.
through the narrow streets that
over again, Miss Logan? pinch myself to be sure it was true."
'speak so eloquently of history. Be-
So Lucy read it-still with that "If what was true?"
hot flush on her,, cheeks, and when "That I was really playing around yond the town was another stretchof
she had finished Frederick said, with the great Frederick Towne." road parallel to the broad stream,

"You can lock the ring in the safe "You talk as if he were conferringa and at last an ancient roadsideinn
until I give you further instruc- favor." of red brick, with a garden at
the back, barren now, but in sum-
tions. off and her o e
She had her coat now
A clerk in to that the mer a tangle of bloom, with an expanse -
came
say hat. She came and sat down in the
of reeds and water plants,
car was waiting, and presently chair opposite him. "Evans," she
into the river and
I extending out a
Frederick Towne went and "
away She still
said, "you're jealous. was which
low spidery boat-landing,
Lucy was left alone in the great
They came up the path. vivid with the excitement of the afternoon showed black at this season above
room, which was not to her a for- lighted jUp by it, her skin Seed
est of adventure, as it had seemedto Manor on Thanksgiving. And that warmed into color by the swift flow- the ice. a
old inn had been deserted seed of action.-
For years the Thought is the
Jane, but a great prison where there had been other guests. ing blood beneath.
until motor had brought Waldo Emerson.
cars
she tugged at her chains. she afford it the he tried to Ralph
"How can .was "Well, 1 am j jealous, its vanished glories. Once ,
She thought of Delafield Simms :unanimous opinion, "with that poor smile at her, then went on with a back
wide doors
sailing fast to southern waters. Of boy on her hands?" touch of bitterness, "Do you know more Its were open.
aboutit. /1n
those purple seas-the blazing starsin "He's sitting up there on the ter- what I thought about as I sat watch- There was nothing knew pretentious its reputationfor MOROUNEI
the splendid nights. Delafield had race," Mrs. Allison further informed ing the lights at Mrs. Allison's? But Baldy

told her of them. They had often them. "Do you think I'd better ask Well; as I.came over today I passeda -genuine hospitality. SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY .
how Edith had
talked together.She him to come over?" snowy field-and there was a He'wondered kept
turned the ring around on her They thought she might, but her scarecrow in the midst of it, fluttering herself hidden in'such a place. It

finger, studying the carved figure. hospitable purpose was never ful- his rags, a lonely thing, an ugly was amazing that no one had dis-

The woman with the butterfly wingswas filled, for as she stepped out on the ,thing. Well, we're two of a kind, covered her. That some hint of her

exquisite-but she did not know porch, a long, low limousine Jane, that scarecrow and I." presence had not been given to the

her name. She slipped the ring on stopped in front of the house, and Her shocked glance stopped him. newspapers.He .
the third finger of her left hand. Its out of it came Jane in all the gloryof "Evans, you don't know what you found her in a quaint" sitting-
diamonds blazed. room upstairs. "I think, she saidto
a great bunch of orchids, and : are saying.
She locked it presently in the safe him, as he came in, "that you are FLORIDA.Of
with a man by her side, whose elegance He went on recklessly. "Well, aft-
-then came back and read the letter measured up to the limousineand er all, Jane, the thing is this. It's a very good-natured" to take .all this
which Towne had signed. She sealedit that trouble for me-
the lovely flowers. man's looks and his money "
and stamped the envelope. Then They came up'the path and Jane count. I'm the same man inside of I "It isn't any trouble. His assurance Its Fresh Water end Deep
With her hat off
she wrote a letter of her own. She said, "Mrs. Allison, may I presentMr. me that I was when I went away. was gone.
made a little ring of her hair, and Towne, and will you give him a You know that. You might have she was doubly wonderful. He felt Sea Fishing
fastened it to the page. Beneath it that is left his youth and inexperience, yet
cup of tea? loved me. The thing .Of the Bountifulness of Its Gamo
him "And I didn'tdo
she wrote, "Lucy to Del-forever. "Indeed, I will," Mrs. Allison you don't love. Yet I am the. same words carne, to "
She kissed the words, held the seemed to rise on wings of gratification man-" it for you, I did it for myself. Of Its Year Round Sports

crackling sheet against her heart. "only it is chocolate and not As he flung the words at her, her She laughed. "Do" you always say
Her eyes were shining. The great tea." eyes met his steadily. "No," she such nice things? .Its Climate

room was no longer a prison. She And Frederick said that he adored said, "you are not the same man. "I shall always say them to you."
mustn't mind. Really, .Its Truck Farming OpportunitiesAll
saw beyond captivity to the open chocolate, and presently Mrs. AUIson's "Why not?" And you have recognized return-
would
sea. little living-room was all in a "The man of yesterday" did not Jane ing confidence in that cock of the covered thoroughly in the

Mrs. Allison and the three old ladies pleasant flutter; and over on Jane'sterrace think-dark thoughts head "I'm just a pagetwanginga written book
with whom Jane was to drink Evans Follette sat, a lonely The light had gone out of her as newand delightfully

tea, were neighbors. Mrs. Allison sentinel, and pondered on the limou- if he had blown it with a breath. lyre. (TO BE CONTINUED)

lived alone, and the other three livedin sine, and the elegance of Jane's es- "Jane,"" he said, unsteadily, "I am 1150 THIS ISFLORIDA

the homes of their several 'sons sorry- Wart-Hog, Ugliest of Animals
and daughters. They played cards cort.Once old Sophy called to him, She melted at once and began to Generally acknowledged to be the II

every Friday afternoon, and Jane "You'll ketch. your death, Mr. Ev scold him, almost with tenderness. ugliest of all animals is the wart-

always came over when Mrs. Allison ans." "What made you look at the scare- 'hog, whose head,' out of all pro-
entertained and helped her with He shook his head and smiled at crow? Why didnt you turn your portion to the size of its body, is By Frank Parker Stockbridge and .
the refreshments. They were very her. A man who had lived througha back on him, or if you had to look, adorned with enormous warts. This John Holliday Perry
winter in the trenches thought why didn't you wave and say, 'Cheerup
simple and pleasant old.ladies witha strange animal also has a long, thick Over 300
nice sense of their own dignity.At nothing of this. Physical cold was old chap, summer's coming, and but the rest of its body is pages

any rate, they had Jane. Someof easy to endure. -The cold that you'll be on the job. again'? To me practically mane, naked. Its tusks curve 63. full page illustrations.
scorned clutched at his heart was the thing there's something debonair in a
the other young people in the most fantastic manner. The bound
beautifully
these elderly tea-parties, and if they that frightened him. scarecrow in summer-he dancesin most ludicrous thing about it is thatif
|came, were apt to show it in their The early night came on. There the breeze and seems to fling defiance surprise one of these 'creatures .
you
manner. But Jane was never scorn- were lights now in Mrs. Allison's to the crows. coming out of a hole, it will Send $1.00 to
','ful. She always had the time of house, and within was warmth and He fell in with her mood. "But complete somersault, ac
felt The old ladies excited his defiance is all bluff." turn a Box 600, Jacksonville, Florida
her life, and the old ladies par- laughter. cording to a writer in Pearson'sLondon
ticularly joyous and juvenile when and eager, told each other in flash- "How do you know? If he keeps Weekly.

';she wa one of them. ing asides that Mr. Towne was the away a crow, and adds an ear of



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: commonest thW5-< prepared a little cupfulof

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you'll '
open your .
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; to receive. Hkt ------ : class to it, dipped a finger into
this J. the atrocious compound ,and then
H I $'pose. .
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AND FEVERHere's
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in a bag like this one ,hung over __ g/2 : Malaria!
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the kitchen table'will'be ready for
use. After trying this you are t'i Don't let Malaria torture youtDon't
with chills and burn
sure to want to make some of shiver

I these twine bags to sell at the next with At fever.first sign of Malaria, take
I to as gifts. Tasteless Chill Tonic. A
: bazaar or use Grove's
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::1 i Scraps from your piece bag may' 1 T. .- ;i-; real Malaria medicine. Made espe-:
be used in this way. The bag is ".,\:',.?., ,cially for the purpose. Contains
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: quinidine
: ; : tasteless
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: just big enough cover Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic actually -
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. loosely and is made of a straight ; combats Malaria infection in
1' the blood. It relieves the freezing
II chills, the burning fever. Helps you
feel better fast.Thousands .
take Grove's Tasteless
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.. by it. Pleasant to take, too. Even
children take it without a whimper.
Don't shiver and burn. At Ma-
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I less Chill Tonic. At all drugstores.Buy .
the large size as it gives you
much more for your money.
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to do right and get no
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get no punishment.-Marcus Cato.

piece of goods with the ends
seamed together with a' French 5
1'itoct1 SSS&FEET GIVE 3 CHEERS
I seam. The top and bottom are I
)l bound with prepared bias binding. I \ ILL for a soothing. cooling rub with Mexican -
A single cord is run through the tM (? evening Heat Powder.; for smooth Use both happy morniDJand feet
binding at the'bottom. It is drawnup "r' : #
to leave. a small opening and 417T1t4){

,, the ends ,are tied and sewn se- ArT At Ease
curely. Two cords are run What I have gained from phil-
-' through the top with a: loop of osophy is the ability to feel at'
: each cord left on the outside so ease in any society.-Aristippus.
r-- that the bag may be drawn up by
pulling them. The .ball of twine
Lz is placed inside with the end run-

ning through the bottom opening T'E sore eyesget

I 4T ready for use. worse and worse the longer
I Did you see the good news in the you let them go; Leonardi's
, paper last week? About the new Golden Eye Lotion relieves inflammation -
I
Sewing Book No. 3, which is now ;) and soreness in one
ready for mailing. It contains 32 day. Cooling,healing,strength-
useful ideas for home decorating; R"p ening. LEONARDI'S
and things to use as gifts, and to GOLDEN EYE LOTION STRONGNew
EYES
MAKES WEAK
sell at bazaars. You will be delighted : +fovi ILL.Tt LJ Large Size *it Dopper-5O cents
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with it. The price of -4-Ii-r zoro''M14n,4 ,.4.e -po.
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and address to Mrs. Spears, 210 S Poverty vs. Covetousness

I I Desplaines St.,Chicago, Ill. I We think poverty to be infinitely

.0 (ftw desirable before the torments of
Esteemed SelfA ( covetousness.-Jeremy Taylor.:


man must be excessively stu- p -
pid, as well as uncharitable, who I Hull! be miserable'with ,
believes there is no virtue but on
his own side.-Addison. I By w iii MALARIA

C. M. Pavne. and COLDS when
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Almost since the War Betweenthe LIQUID.TABLETS.SALVE.NOSE DROPS
States, Wintersmith's Tonic
has been widely used for the relief
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I All over the South, for nearly.'four. WFT W-1N YOU ? SIR s\\ Truth strengthened by obser-
I generations,'millions of people have SUBMRG( ( ; vation and delay, falsehood by
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EIGHT THE CLEWIBTON' NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 193flDriver's

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ed with diagrams and pictures of pitalization was furnished those the fish pond and pointed one of
Benefits Payable I
Licenses- I key plays. who needed it and would accept it. the bass. He must have some mystic

1940i The author is coach and assistant The speaker urged business men power over the bass because when
1) 1
From Page January
(Continued I principal at Montiiello, and bus in Okeechobee to watch the credit one was pointed said bass remained

written two articles on six-man foot- they extended to Indians. He stated motionless until Mr. Douthit called

ate possession at all times when ball which will appear in national they wanted to 'build up each Indian's off the pup.-Everglades News.
I benefits to retired work-
operating a motor vehicle and shall Monthly I credit if possible but asked
magazines in September. Phillips
Amendments to the
the
display: the same, upon demand ol ers under formerly played on the Stetson University I merchants to be cautious and do CHLORATE CRYSTALS SAFER "

. a justice of the peace, a peace offi I I Social Security Act will begin Jan- and University of Minnesota not extend too much credit because [ THAN SPRAY TO KILL_ WEEDS
N. F. *
to
ol 1, 1940, according
field deputy or inspector uary
cer, or :1 teams. Since his graduation from Indians would buy anything offered ,
of Board's'Field
the I
officersare Manager
the Department. All peace Conger Office, in Tampa, Florida."Many college he has coached also at Wildwood to them, on credit and naturally, on 1 Florida farmers Interested in

charged with the enforcement under the and Vero Beach. At Monti- the small pay they receive could not I chemically killing weeds will find
old people are
of the act. impression that these cello he Introduced the combined take care of too many obligations.The that spreading dry crystals, ,of so-

The law makes it mandatoryfor erroneous I schedule of half 11-man and half speaker estimated, the Semi- diom chlorate over weed infested
he said.
benefits now payable,
the Department to revoke the are six-man football which he estimates nole Indians In Florida;totaled approximately areas Is much safer than applying
65 before Janu-
Those who reach
license of any licensee when he has: j half of the 75 schools playing six- 600, and they had increased this chemical as a spray solution,
for monthly
qualify -
1
of manslaughter (or ary 1940 can from around 100 at the L.
been convicted 'because the amendments man this year will use. Monticello says W. Kephart, weed specialist -
negligent homicide) resulting from benefits 'and the demonstration school team close of the Indian war to the pres- of the United States Departmentof
1
that beginning January II'
"the operation of a motor vehicle;; provide here figured in the*first night gameof ent number. He said there were Agriculture.'
received after 65
1939 age
driving a motor vehicle while under :; count wages towards benefits. For an old this sort ever staged in Florida about 200 Indians located in the Sodium chlorate is widely used in

the influence of intoxicating liquoror only last year. Okeechobee section. The others eliminating noxious perennials. It
to receive a monthly benefithe \
a narcotic drug; any felony in person were located down along the Tam- destroys all vegetation, but leachesso
of the six-man
Chief
must have worked in covered I advantages
the commission of which a motor I iami Trail and the Collier county that the land can be used againIn
and : employment at least half as many I I game are that it is much faster
vehicle is used; failure to stop I reservation near Immokalee. Mr. ; from one to two years, he, ,says.
quarters as there are calendar than 11-man since there is more I.
lender aid as required under the Scott said the reservation at Brigh- Farmers last year applied more than
quar-I' ffeld and awl
running passing
ters elapsing after the year open
laws of the state.in the event of a ton had around 1,300 head of cat- 8,000,000 pounds of, the material.
is suited to small high schools
minimum of six calendar more
in a
motor vehicle accident resulting I I I!' tle which they hoped to eventuallybe Sodium chlorate Itself Is not dan-
65 which have not had the suffiicert I
ters for those who are now yearsof
the death or personal injury of an They must also receive at I I I number of men or equipment to able to work out a plan whereby gerous, Kephart says, but once it is

other; perjury or the making of a age. the Indians could be independent mixed with any organic substance it
I
the I 11-man. I II !
of
statement under least $50 in wages in each play
false affidavit or and earn their living from a stock becomes highly, inflammable.
six calendar quarters or a total of I I
oath to the Department under this I I of cattle which would be given to Clothing of workmen sprinkled with

under any other law relating $300. The fact that many of these I'' !I them the The
act or 'Indian Agent by government. speaker the chlorate while spraying will

to the ownership or operation of old people have already"received I said the Indian school at Brighton flame up at the slightest spark. The

motor vehicles; and conviction, or lump-sum settlements under the So- I Tells Civitans I i had been quite a success, and crystals are distributed much as
affect
will not
cial Security Act
forfeiture of bail not vacated, upon expect a better enrollmeht, this term fertilizer is distributed,

,three charges of reckless driving their rights to monthly benefits under Seminoles beginning in September. He said
Of
of 12 the amendments if they are I
committed within the period I I education had been frowned upon JIMMY MAHER COMPLIMENTEDAT
otherwise qualified.
months. by the Seminoles and, It would be a WEINER ROAST

The Department is authorized to Lump-sum payments under the :I The Okeechobee Civitan Club had I II long slow process to teach them of -

the license of original Act in the event of death I its benefits and
revoke any advantages. A of
suspend or ;gas its guest speaker, F. J. Scott, Indian group young people enjoyeda
hear- before December 31, 1939 will con- Some of the
licensee without preliminary : agent in charge of the Semi- largest projects' com weiner roast on the levee Wednesday -

ing upon a showing by its recordsor tinue to be paid this 'year and In nole Indians in Florida, with head- pleted by the Seminoles are: 46 evening. The affair was complimenting -

other sufficient evidence that the ,certain cases after the end of tljis quarters ,in Dania. Mr. Scott stated miles of range fenced; 21 wells Jimmy Maher of Detroit

licensee has committeed an offensefor year. the Seminole tribe is the best physical drilled; 15 miles of truck rail built; who Is visiting his cousins, Miss
revocation of Commenting on the Amendmentsto 12 miles of standard road constructed
which mandatory I of Indians in the U. S,, Margaret and Ed Von Mach.
license is required upon conviction; the Act, Mr. Conger said that in group the ; 1,293 acres of range land im- Those attending were Misses
well largest
having
as as per-
that the licensee has been involvedas addition to the lump sums payableto of full-blooded Indians as proved; 14 acres of camp, ground Martha Nell Alston, Runelle Mc-
centage
a driver in any accident result- the estates of workers' who die members of the tribe. developed; 633 acres of range land Gehee, June Hooker, Julianne. Ogles-

death personal injuryof before December 31, 1939, there are seeded and sodded and 2,175 trees *
ing in the or : The speaker said during the by, Marie Robbins, Leah Richaud

another or serious property dam- eight types of benefits payable be- threeyear period the Brighton reser- and shrubs planted-Okeechobee I I and Margaret Von Mach, Wilbur

habitual reckless or neg- ginning January 1, 1940. News.
age; is an vation had built 25 miles of shell I II and Pat McGehee, Hervey Bourne,
of motor vehicle; is There is a, monthly benefit pay I
ligent driver a at Brighton and Bill Davis, Morris Ford, Ed Von
road beginning con-
an habitual violator of traffic laws; able to the fully insured worker, his Mach and Jimmy Maher.
state road number 8 on
is incompetent to drive a motor wife-if she is 65, his dependent necting Dog And Wildcat
through the reservation land connecting ,
hnder 18 his widow if age I !
has permitted an unlawfulor children ,
vehicle FOR
; road number 29 on the SALE-Large Westinghouse
fraudulent use of such license; 65 or if she has one or more of his Best Of Friends
Mr. refrigerator, good condition, rea-
I north side of Lake Okeechohee.
children under 18 in \I I
in
has committed an offense an- dependent
or Scott estimated the Indian pay roll sonable. Mrs. C. M. Jarvis.
other state which if committed in her care, dependent children, dependent I I -
amounted to about $100 per day at
this state: would be grounds for sus- parents-if there are no This story may sound like it was
the Brighton reservation and most IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
pension or revocation.The dependent widow or children. written by, someone just a bit TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
of the money was spent in Okeechobee. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
unlawful for any Where a worker does not qualify woozy. But, we vow and declare
act makes it I The speaker urged all club COUNTY.
authorize or knowingly i for a monthly benefit there may bea that it's the truth and there are a IN RE )
person to members as well as other citizensof
lump sum payable in the event of lot of folks in Pahokee who'll vouch PETITION OF BERYL )
permit a motor vehicle, owned by the community to ,assist them in BOWDEN TO TAKE CHARGE)
under his control to be driven -his death equal to six times his for It. It's about a wildcat and a OF AND MANAGE HER OWN)
him
or
the
curbing liquor drinking among
monthly primary insurance benefit. setter pup who play together like ESTATE AND PROPERTY,)
upon any highway by any person i Indians in this vicinity.He AND BECOME A FREE )
authorized thereunder or old friends. :DEALER. )
who is not
explained that strict state as DECREE

in violation of any of its proviso Six-Man Football well as federal laws prohibited the At the water plant in Pahokee' This cause came on to be heard upon

ions to employ an unlicensed chauf- Bob Douthit, superintendent and the Master's report filed herein, and
; sale of liquors as well as anythingof upon consideration thereof. '

feur; or to rent a motor vehicle to I Subject Of alcoholic contents to an Indian, Bobby Joe Sanders, fire chief, havea IT IS ORDERED, ADJlpGED AND
unlicensed Violationsaie Books couple of unusual animals in ''"Hit DECREED as follows:
person. in
any but spite of all this, some people 1. That this court has full_jurisdic-
punishable by a fine of not would sell them and when an Indianwas ler"-that's the year-old wildcat tion of the subject matter of this
imprisonmentfor I "Rodeo"-that's the old cause, and that all proper and necessary -
than $500 or by 31-Six and year
more man 'to him-
I Tallahassee, August drunk he was no good steps have been taken incident
not more than 6 months, or football which was first introducedin self or anybody else, and that In- setter. They play together and eat I and necessary to' presentation for this

both. at the out of the same pan. Once In a final hearing.
Florida four craved not only in
years ago dians liquor, 2. That the report of the Master
Revenue derived from the sale of demonstration school of Florida Florida, but in every other reserva- !while Hitler becomes a bit too playful appointed herein be and the same is

drivers' licenses, after deducting expenses State College is the subject of a I tion he had been in and he had I for "Rodeo" and sinks his hereby, and fully the confirmed applicant,in Bervl every Bow-respect -

goes into a fund for the book just published by Herbert PhIl- been in most of the reservations in claws in a little deep-then it is den, who Is' known as Mrs. Keathley

of the state road patrol Monticello who was a student that the pup leaves the scene for Bowden. and who is now a resident
support lips, of the United States. of Clewiston Florida, be and she is

created by the legislature. I at the 'state college during the Having spent 27 years in the Indian an hour or so. hereby granted a license in accord-
ance with the prayer of the petition,
I summer sessions just ended. service, Mr. Scott said that the In _an effort to prove that "Ro and she is authorized to take charge

citizens have I The book is entitled "Deception Indian program took care, of the deo"-that's the 'pup-Is good for of and control her estate, and to be-
Hundreds of Tampa come a free dealer in every respect;
contributed generously to a fund for i in Six-Man Football" and features Indian from before birth until the something besides playing with to contract and be contracted with

two "iron I the use of the double-wing back time they died, furnishing prenatalcare wildcats Bob and Bobbie Joe took to sue and be sued, and to bind her-
the purpose of purchasing self in all respects as if she were
Municipal which Phillips is credited with for the mother. He said a full the pup and this writer over to the unmarried. '
lungs" for the Tampa i
adapting to the six-man: game. The time nurse travelled from one campto fish pond not far from the water DONE AND ORDERED at Fort
Hospital. The campaign was spon- Myers, Florida, this the 10th day: of
I
sored by the two daily papers. Bids publication is one of a comparative the other throughout the Indian plant. Several big black bass make August, 1939.

for the first of the two "iron lungs" few written on this subject and i territory and gave her time and attention their home in the pond. At a given Ceo.Circuit W. Whitehurst Judge ,

were opened this week. consists; of 75 pages and is illustrat to, any sick Indian and hos- command the setter pup waded Into August 18, 25, September 1, 8.


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