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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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CLEWISTON FLORIDA- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1989 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR

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j! / TIGERS WILL OPEN I PLANTING OF FALL 'Postoffice Will Letting Be Delayed Clewiston School Opens



I SEASON AT MOORE CROPS UNDERWAY Monday For '39-40 Term

M. R. Morgan, lease inspectorfor I

CLEWISTONFall Florida for the U. S. Postoffice '
NEAR
HAVEN OCTOBER E Ei 6 c:)NEW' PRINCIPAL AND SEVERAL
Department, was here on Wednes- *
I Volunteers Organize I II NEW, TEACHERS ARE IN
with PostmasterA.
day and conferred
planting has begun in earn- I I SCHOOL FACULTY
Prof. R. W. Turk, who will combine est in the Clewiston trucking area W. Sias relative to the proposednew I Fire DepartmentA II

duties of principal with quarters for Clew- I!
the and large acreages are being planted post-office Only a comparatively few hours
those of athletic coach during the each week mostly in beans and iston and also interviewed those inClewiston i remain of the summer vacation per-

school term beginning next Monday; fall tomatoes. There are, however who had submitted bids group of men, most of whom !' iod for Clewiston school studentsand

I has spent considerable time during smaller acreages of other crops. for these new quarters. However, are employees' of the City of Clew- on Monday morning at 8:15

I the past two weeks with the Clew he stated that he could not give and they will assemble at the schoolhouse -
i Just west of the Golf Course road }iston and the Clewiston Realty
iston football squad straightening I any information at this time rela- for the beginning of a new
: adjoining the highway Ben BoltonIs Development Corporation, met last
'I out the ,kinks, limbering up muscles; tive to the successful bidder as the school term.
breaking 120, ,acres of land, partof at the city Hall to
and studying new plays in prepara which has already been plantedin bid must be approved in Washington Friday night High school students are being
the 1939 season opener before announcement is volunteer fire depart-
tion for any organize a of
fall tomatoes, string beans, lima registered this week and courses
I against Moore Haven there on beans and other truck crops. made. ment. Only four were present at study arranged so that when the

! October 6. W. 15 5. Bowdon, who leased a Mr. Morgan indicated that there the meeting but these completed bell summons students to their

y While a number of last year's large acreage along the' highway were at least two and possibly more the organization and two other classrooms Monday morning the

first string players were lost by west of town near the old :Moore I bids submitted for the constructionof \members have been added during term may start off without-any undue -

graduation, Mr. Turk states that Haven-Clewiston road, was stoppedfor a new building with postofflce the week. The organization will lost motion.
I
, f g I those who have come out for prac- awhile by the heavy rains but quarters properly equipped to be probably be held to six or eight Prof. Richard W. Turk announces
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showing' plenty of pep despite leased to the government. He also I
i i tice are the tract is drying out now and members. that the opening day assembly will
I j the 'warm weather and believes planting operations will begin at stated that it would be at least ( Three practices have been held, be held in the auditorium beginningat

; I that a squad will take the field once-lima beans and tomatoes. thirty days and possibly 'sixty be- one of them on Friday and others nine o'clock and ending at nine-

: against Moore Haven which will : Cecil McDuffie is planting 120 fore any definite information Is on Tuesday and Wednesday of this thirty and all school patrons are

; give the Glades county sextet plenty acres north of the railroad and received from 'Washington as four week. A minor accident which occurred invited and urged to attend this as-

; of opposition even though that fronting on the Golf Course road. months is required after the adver- at the first practice indicatedthe sembly. These exercises will be

team is almost intact from last An acreage of fall tomatoes has already tisement for bids Is started. need for training in handlingthe brief with the new teachers to be

year.The Tigers won their opener been set to plants and a sizeable fire-fighting equipment. L. C. introduced, a short talk by Mr.

here against the Moore'Haven team acreage of string beans will be Harlem Negro FoundGuilty Rosenberg was manning the hose ,Turk and possibly short talks by

last year by a decisive margin, the planted. nozzle alone when Sandy Bell, operating other school officials. Prof. Turk

r first six-man football game ever A. L. (Lefty) Brown has forty Of Assault the truck, inadvertently)) in- his been in Clewiston for better

played in the ,Everglades. acres west of Pacific Avenue northof creased the pressure suddenly to than two weeks and In that, time

Mr. Turk will not say at this the railroad and also forty or top force. Rosenberg was thrown I I has arranged schedules and teacher

time who among those out for the fifty acres just west of the Bowdon i C. M. McCray, Harlem negro, from his feet and struck once or assignments which faculty mem-

team are, likely 'to make the opening tract west of town on the highway. convicted in circuit, court in twice by the nozzle before the pres- bers will be acquainted with at a

sextet and it is expected that the This ground is being broken but its LaBelle was Tuesday of assault with in- sure could be reduced and, except faculty meeting which has be.n

opening of school will see severalnew understood that no planting has tent to commit manslaughter on for slight bruises escaped uninjured.The called for 2:00 tomorrow (Saturday)
candidates for positions on the members of the department
.
been done.G. afternoon.
The
his wife, Ruthie May McCray. I I
team who have been working duringthe B. McDuffie is preparing 200 assault was committed on March 5 at present are: Sandy Bell, L. C. School will open each morning at
summer and could not ,get out alreadyin Rosenberg, Charles Benson, J. K. I r
acres and has forty ,acres in the Harlem Plantation Villageof 8:15 and close at 3:15 in the af
for the pre-term practice's.Candidates growing crops, beans and tomatoes the United States Sugar Corpo- Weaver, George Crow and Ralph 'ternoon. A full hour will be allowedfor

for the positions at ration and McCray was arrested Brown. lunch period and a recess period

this time are: Linemen: Carlton C. A. Revels of Lake Harbor has shortly afterward by Deputy Sheriff will be allowed between 10:15 and

Prevatt. Felix Slonaker, A., D. leased a hundred acres east of I. S. Bell. Hendry Tax Collector 10:30. There will be seven com-

Frith, Gus Cantrell, Paul Slonaker, town in section 19 and is now pre- plete forty-five minute class and

Sam Lang, John Robbins, ends and paring it for planting. three The severe woman cuts said in she the back received witha Trial Starts Monday study periods each day.

Billy and Jimmy Davis, centers. Other growers with acreages often is anticipated -
knife after the couple An Increased enrollment
Von Mach and E. B. Be- butcher
Right halfbacks:. Ed to thirty'acres are the
Munselle Stone. Quarterbacks: Har- thea, C. H. Hathcock, George Mes- had quarreled and bared her backto Frank A. Doughtery, former Hf''t- for the new term and

I old Ehney and Harry Vaughn. Left ser, L. C. Redish, M. V. Turner and the jury to disclose three scars.Charley dry county tax collector entered a crowded conditions in the will present be

halfback: J. D. 'Hooker' Hervey others. Several:: colored. .. farmers are Small, a Bare Beach ne- I plea of not guilty at his arraignment building, severe last year,
I l Bourne and Dick Patterson. also leasing land and some of them gro :was found ,not guilty of a I in circuit court Monday morning even worse this term until the new
hoped
No captain .has been named 'for: have nice crops already growing: similar case of1 wife stabbing. An- and. the <_late for his trial was set building is completed. It is
J : other Ban: ach negro, Charlie next w-xs that the building will be ready for
4- the team as yet. 'Dick Owen is "for Monday, Doughtery
second
Brown was released when he prov- removed from office last March by use by the beginning of the
business manager. Will
f Contracts for games have been Rev. F. C. Taylor ed a case of mistaken identity in a Governor Cone after state auditors semester. I
trade mix-up. Jeff Irby, another funds New teachers in the high school
mailed to several teams but so, far car reported a shortage of
Move To Ft. LauderdaleThe tried at a term are Miss Ruth
only four games have been arranged. Harlem negro, will be amounting to more than $7,000. faculty this
of
< term of court for stabbing his Knight of Clewiston, ''Ernest Hall
Pompano will be played hereon later: Three charges of embezzlementwere
October 13 and in Pompano on Rev. Forest C. Taylor, who wife, Emma on April 16. The wo- placed against the former tax LaBelle and Robert Lado of Tampa.Asbury

November 3. Moore Haven will play has served the Clewiston Community man was unable to be' present as a collector, one entered by former Mr." Hall is a graduate of of
class
witness at this term of court. An- Stubbs and College at Wilmore, Ky.,
D.
the return game here on November Church as minister for more State Attorney Roy Rollins
conclude other negro case of James West, his successor ClydeH. 1939, and Mr. Lado is a
24. than two years, will soon the others by A. B. in
Boca Grande has not as yet mailed I his work ,in this capacity, and will charged, with assault, was nolle Wilson.W. College graduate with crroflnafrpfl an in..

a contract for games but under leave Clewiston to reside in Fort prossed when witnesses failed to D. Bell of Arcadia and Louis I languages. He also 151CJUUCH"and Mrs.

an agreement made last year Clew- Lauderdale.Both appear. O. Gravely of LaBelle will defend 1939. Mrs. Agnes Thomas the high

iston will likely go there for the the minister and Mrs. Taylor I Doughtery and Wilson and his as- Mary Baker will complete

active in community life I sistant Sumter Leitner of Arcadia school faculty.
Thanksgiving game. have been 'Work Is Begun On and elementary
Mr. Turk expects to begin a program In Clewiston and will be missed in will be in charge of the prosecu- The primary assigned to the

of intra-mural sports as soon other organizations as' well as in grades have been

I as school is underway to give every the church itself. Rev. Taylor is an !I School FoundationPaul tion.The trial of Earnest Williams, following teachers:' Mack Greene,

student the benefit of some kind of active member of the Kiwanis Club charged with the killing of several First Grade, Mrs.

sport. and while serving as program chair- head of cattle belonging to J. B. Moore Haven.
Stein-
man has been responsible for many Bussey, contractor on the Hendry, was postponed because wit- Second Grade, Miss Alice

Western Auto Store fine programs given at the Club. new Clewiston school house, corn- nesses failed to appear. holtz, Orlando.
.Dieted the excavation for the foundation Grade, Miss Evelyn Bell,
Third
of the group organizing
He was one
Next Saturday the Everglades Ministerial Association -"[ of the building the poured first the of Nominating Committee "I Arcadia. Evelyn Bur-

! Opens I II composed of ministers of all' the first week concrete and in yesterday the foundation. A Fourth Grade, Miss

in the Everglades region. hans, Umatilla.
churches
For, Kiwanis Officers ,
concrete Arey
heavy rain interrupted the Mrs. Margaret .
Grade
is a member of the Fifth
Auto Associate Store Mrs. Taylor '
A Western afternoon and after -
the
\ work late in
I I'I will be opened next Saturday, Sep- Clewiston Garden Club and has pumping the excavation dry this i Clewiston. Mrs. Livonia Hol-

tember 30 in the Hopkins Building assisted with arranging programsfor the concrete mixer was A nominating committee will Sixth Grade,

1 by J. F. McLure, jr., of Pahokee that group and has made sev- morning started. Mr. Bussey stated I prepare this week a list of officersfor stine, Clewiston. Mrs. Greene and

who has operated a store in that eral interesting talks at club meet- again that he expected to have the foun- the local Kiwanis: Club to be In this faculty teaching for the first'time

city for the past several years. ings. She is sponsor for the Young I. dation poured this afternoon. submitted at the meeting next 'Wocl Mrs. Arey are Miss Bell taughtfor

Mr. McLure leased the room for- Womens Club, an organization com nesday and to be voted upon by the in Clewiston. the closeof
merly occupied by Royal Grocery posed of girls who, are employed in Considerable delay in receiving membership at the meeting on the a few weeks toward

the first of September and throughout business in Clewiston.Rev. materials, particularly reinforcingand following Wednesday night Octobc- the term last year. are said to
i the Clewis- structural steel has delayed All faculty members
to
I this month has been busily en- Taylor came 4. teaching
gaged in cleaning and re-painting ton Community Church from Lake somewhat the beginning of construc-is This is the first tinie that a noril! have had either educational excellent qualifi-
where he served more than tion. The concrete reinforcing beenappointed records or have
new display Worth, has '
the interior, adding nating committee fit them for
tables and shelving and placing the six years as minister of the First now at hand and the structuralsteel by the Kiwanians here to min cations which should Clewistou
Prior to that is expected to arrive before ,' ability In teaching.
and Church. Prcsid great
large stock of automotive parts Presbyterian the list of candidates and forward with
J : accessories which the store will time he had resided in Indiana and the first of the week A. W. Lawrence appointed the committee patrons are looking of the most suc-

I handle. Many other, items aside from was minister of several important of three after a dlscusFi o' anticipation to one in the historyof
terms
handled and churches. For twelve years he was approval of emotion cessful school
the auto line will be Mrs. Hooks Selling the action and the
the management is hopeful that minister in the Beecher Presbyterian at the meeting Wedneedv: the community.

everyone will come in and get ac- Church in Lawrenceburg, Ind. Drivers' LicensesMrs. night at the Inn. The committ--" ELECTRIC COMPANYMOPES

quainted on the opening day.H. Mr. ad Mrs. Taylor have not an- members are: W. W. Perry, I. M RADIO AND NEW; QUARTERSThe

i D. Branyon, who has beenconnected ounced definite plans for their fu- Pafford and J. F. Tippey. TO
-
formerly with e Paho- ture. Mr. Taylor recently suffered who returned las*'
R. M. Bishop, Electric
C. Hooks at the Radio and
kee store will be the manager of a very severe illness from which ho I Richard been week-end from a visit in Virgin! I Clewiston E. Mar-
has
Thomas
Motors
I the new store here and he and Mrs. has not fully recovered, and he and Hendry County license and at the New York World's Fair Company of which has
drivers' manager
of
Branyon moved here this week to his wife rather expect to spend the 'placed in charge I entertained the members with a report kette is owner and in the

make their home having rented an next few months. in Fort Lauder- :[sales in Clewiston by county driver judge who 1 of his trip and his experiences now been firmly established Bond Street ad-
W. T. Maddox and any : building on
at the F. L. Williamson dale. Fair. new
apartment at the building.Mr. .
\ \ I has not as yet procured a license discussion of n joining the post-office
home. There was a dis-
I II Plans are being should do so as quickly as possible. Markette now has on
t, Special bargains will be offered TampaFNS- motor vehicleis Ladies Night to be held in' the near line of radios -
of complete
on the opening day, next Saturday, made for another cruise oy the Every driver a future play there a makes as
I of the licenses -
different
I have one
j and everyone who visits the store converted Coast Guard cutter Albee required to I of several Electric

I \i! that day, young or old, will be presented Into the shoal waters along the by the first ,day of October NICE FISH CATCH well as a line of General The
those stoves.
t the which leaves just a week for and gas
with a favor by the manage- Florida coast and possibly into appliances
I ; of the who are still delinquent. The cost is most attractive.
: submarine infested waters Bill Dyess fishedat display
ment. Bob Logan and which
: private license and / several items
worth is fifty cents for of
Caribbean in search of wrecks Locks yesterday afternoonand Failure
Ortona causedthe
I chauffeur or truck to arrive
Florida's most sought after salvaging, it has been revealed here. one dollar for caught a string of twenty-five had been ordered three
make two or
I. must application for
I convention, the annual meeting of In addition, underwater pictures ,driver. Every person snook weighing a total of 125 postponement of the new
license as
their own opening
the Florida Educational Associa- may be taken if an experienced underwater for pounds. The largest weighed twenty weeks of the
the
, l '_tion, will be held in Orlando, March photographer' can be their application signature and on is the required license.on pounds. _, ; place of business.
2 1940. found.
30 thru April ,
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By HAROLD L. LUNUQUIST. D.,D. oldest son isCommonSense.
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
\ of Chicago '

Choice ., (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Some of the other boys are-
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The shipwrecked party had spent t- -- A- Perseverance, Honesty, Thor-

many long weeks on the desert is- Lesson for September, 24,' oughness, Foresight,,'' Enthusiasm -

land. Then at last a large liner s Co-operation. '

anchored in the bay and a small I Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected' The oldest daughter is-Char-
boat put off for the shore. and copyrighted by International
e l Council acter.
of Religious Education; used .by
As the boat drew near, the officer 4 4 en4 permission. Some of the sisters are-

in charge threw a bundle 6f Cheerfulness, Loyalty, Courtesy -
ISAIAH FORETELLING THE
newspapers ashore. : Care, Economy, Sincerity.
x "The captain sent this bundle of BIRTH OF THE MESSIANIC KING Get acquainted with the father -

newspapers," he shouted. HHewasn't and you will be able to
LESSON
TEXT-Isaiah 7:14; 9:1.7: 1115.
quite sure whether you'dwant GOLDEN TEXT-His name shall be called' get along pretty well with the
to be rescued after you'd Wonderful. Counsellor. The mighty God. The I rest of the family.
read 'em." everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace.-
Isaiah 9:6:


THAT'S RIGHT L I II Christ is coming! Christ has come! Simple Scrap Quilt

Christ is coming again! All three of

:>.vl.v. I these great truths are declared by Is Colorful and Gay
Holy Scripture. In our lesson for

MAYBE FATHER WILL LIKE THESE? ,today we study the prophecy of His

(Recipes Below.) birth which was given by Isaiah doh.i .

about 750 years before the event

took place. It is entirely appropriatethat

the lesson should be taken

:- Household News from the Old Testament and relateto

j the prophecy of the coming of the

Messianic King, thus binding to-

gether the Old and the New Testa-

"Jack said you bored him." ments. Isaiah's prophecy preparesus

"I used to board him about half to study His life in the Gospel of

the time when we were engaged.He Matthew, beginning next week.

grafted half his meals on us." I. The Coming of the King (7:14;

9:1-6). '

Obliging Fellow To us it is entirely understandablethat .flu

"Does your company allow you the Son of God was to be-
"
to take ?
tips
come flesh and dwell us and
"No, lady, but if they asked if Foods Men Like to Eat from one side of each ,and scoop out that all the grace and among power of God

you gave me one, I'd lie like any- the inside. Mash thoroughly, add should be upon Him, for we know r

thing to save you." margarine, salt and'paprika. Refill that He did
What are the foods that Father come in perfect fulfill-
\ the potato shells. Make a depres-
likes best-the fine, old-fashioned ment of the Scriptures. 'But let us
As in two sion in the center of 'each and arrange -
they 'say Hollywood, ,
I dishes-tasty, full of flavor, and per- not fail to note the marvel of this
in it 2 3 Bake ina
weds better than or
sausages.
are one.
fectly cooked! He likes a meal to revelation made centuries in ad-
moderate oven (350 degrees) for
be composed of only a few foods; vance through God's prophet.
about 10 minutes until brown.
He Was All for It or
he wants to know what he is eating, 1. Born of a Virgin (7:14; 9:6): ,
The hour'was getting late at the and he does not want foods swathedin Harvest Moon Doughnuts. He was to be born. Christ did Pattern 2216

village club, and discussion was a blanket of whipped cream. Ina (Makes 24 doughnuts) not come as a fully 'matured divine

running high. word, fancy cooking is apt to be V\ butter being after the fashion of the so- Out of your scrap bag, like
"I tell you, there ought to be cup magic, come all these colorful dog
wasted called
on Father but he'll appreciate 1 gods of mythology, but He
only one head in every family," limit. cup sugar entered patches so simple to cut and apply -
good cooking to the 2 eggs our needy world as the Babeof
declared the man with the loudest Make a gay quilt, pillow or
.
... Left Bethlehem's
to his own devices, many a 4 cups flour manger. What in-
voice. scarf or all three to add charmto
man would choose a diet of meat, 4 teaspoons baking powder finite condescension! '
"That's true!" said the meek Pattern 2216
potatoes, and pie. They're not particularly 1 teaspoon salt He was to be born of a virgin, your room. con-
little man in a corner. "I've just tains accurate pattern pieces; dia-
and He
fond of vegetablesthesemen 1 teaspoon nutmeg so was. There are those
paid for new hats for my wife of ours-and when it comes to % teaspoon cinnamon Who would minimize the importanceof gram of block; instructions for

and four daughters." salads, it's a sheer waste-of energyto 1 cup milk this, or try to explain it away by cutting, sewing and finishing;

serve them anything fancy. Soa 1 teaspoon vanilla interpreting the word "virgin" to yardage chart; diagram of quilt.
Send 15 cents in coins for this
little judicious Fat for deep fat frying mean a young married woman. The

INDIGESTION planning is necessary Cream butter and sugar. Beat in late Robert Dick Wilson, an'outstanding pattern dlecraft to The Sewing Circle, Nee-

Sensational Relief from Indigestionand on our part eggs. Sift together dry ingredientsand authority, says, "The great New Dept., 82 Eighth' Ave.,
One Dose Proves It in order to give add alter- and only difficulty lies in disbeliefin York. J
If the first dose of this pleasant-tasting llttlo Father his favor- Please write :your name, ad-
I predictive prophecy and in the almighty -
black tablet doesn't bring you the fastest and most nately with milk. ,
back completo to us relief and git you DOUBLE have experienced MONEY BACK.send bottle This ite foods and pro- I Add vanilla. Roll power of God, or in the desire dress and pattern number plainly.

Boll-ans tablet helps the stomach digest and food vide a wholesom'e dough :Vi inch to throw discredit on the divine
makes tho excess stomach fluids harmless lets
you eat the nourishing foods you need. For heart- well-bal- thick and cut with Sonship." Voltaire Born, ArouetThe
torn'tick headache and upsets BO often caused by
excess stomach fluids making you feel sour andaick anced meal in the bargain. doughnut cutter. 2. God with Us (7:14).
all over-JUST ONE DOSE of Bcll-ans proves Each ,. great French poet, drama-
speedy: relief. 25c everywhere. of these recipes, tested in Fry in deep fat at '...}T..:.. :,,; "..:' ." : "Immanuel" means "God with tist and philosopher known ,to the
kitchen I've found to be \'Ur// II ". "
own
my 385 degrees until ::::;'V"-.t'; "" :.. ." us. Isaiah had a foregleam of the world as Voltaire, was Francois
prime favorites with men. Well pre- incarnation which brought the eter-
Profit in the Future doughnuts are lf.i.;. Marie Arouet, born in 1694. the
and :;
pared attractively served, golden brown on :;:': ':::':A"" nal Son of God into that God-man
Let him who regrets a loss of son of Francois and Marie Mar-
they'll go a long way toward establishing both sides. Drainon relationship which was absolutely in-
time make of that Daumart
proper use guerite Arouet. At the
your reputation as a good dispensable if there to be
absorbent was
lightly re
Sugar
paper. ,
which is to come in the future.- cook. age of 24 he was imprisoned in the
if desired. demption. Sin had made a barrier
O'Connell. Bastile for writing verses that displeased
-
Vegetable Soup. between God and man which man
Devil's Food Cake. the regent of France. Dur-
(Serves 6) could not pass, and only as the God-

Put Just: "2-drops" In 2 pounds soup bone (Makes one two-layer cake) man, Christ Jesus, came' through ing this imprisonment he changedhis
leach nostril for quick 1% cups granulated sugar name to Arouet de Voltaire.
2 tablespoons fat 4" that barrier to be "God with
RCOOSLDE relief from excessive 2 chocolate But as time passed the "Arouet"was
ounces
nasal secretion. Ask for 2 quarts cold water > could there be any hope of our uS"1 I
PENETRO NOSE 1 tablespoon salt 1% cups milk tion. dropped and he became
DROPSNot known simply Voltaire.
as
1 vanilla extract
teaspoon
3. A Great
Vi teaspoon pepper Light ((9:2). ,
2 tablespoons barley Vi cup butter The Messiah was to break through

an Act of Fortune 1 cup canned, tomatoes 2 eggs the dense darkness of sin and sor- World's largest seller at lOc.

Fortune can take away riches 1 onion v 2 cups cake flour row to bring light and joy. How Demand'\ GuaranteedDependable.Aiu .

but not courage.-Seneca. %. cup carrots (cut in cubes) Vi teaspoon salt gloriously that prophecy has been [ me]st.Joseph
3
Vz cup celery (cut in small pieces) teaspoons baking powder fulfilled! *- r '

Vz cup potatoes (cut in cubes) Place % cup sugar, chocolate and GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN,
II. The Character of the King (9
:
% cup peasRemove 1 cup milk in saucepan and cook,
6 7 11:1-5).
TAKE FORMALARIA ;
a portion of meat from stirring constantly Public Life
The prophet foretold not only the
cracked soup bone and cut into until thick. True friendships are very rarely
pieces. Brown in hot fat. Place Add vanilla extract meaningful names of the coming found in those who are occupiedin

browned meat, soup bone season- and cool. Messiah, but pictured in glowing the pursuit of honors and pub-

ings, and barley in kettle ,and add I II Cream butter and beauty the mighty things which He. lic affairs.-Cicero.

cold water. Cover and cook until J add remainingsugar. was to accomplish.
Separateeggs 'l. Revealed by His Names (9:6).
boiling is
point reached. Then sim-
Get Relief From Chills and mer about 2% hours or until meat is beat egg "Wonderful"-that word has beenso be miserable withMALARIA

Fever! tender. Cool and skim off excess yolks and add misused that it means compara-, W H'y

fat. Add vegetables and continue slowly. Then add tively little to us. It really fulfills

Don't put up with terrible Malaria.Don't cooking until vegetables are tender. the cooled chocolate mixture. Mix its true meaning in Christ. He is I and COLDS when

endure the wracking chills and sift all dry ingredients arid add unique, remarkable, yes, truly won-
and fever. Apple Pie. will check MALARIA fast and
At first sign of the dread,disease alternately with the remaining milk. derful. "Counsellor" every detail 6 6 6
take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic.A (Makes 1 pie) Bake in 2 well-greased layercakepans of life, great or small, an in- gives symptomatic cold relief.

real Malaria medicine. Made Cheese pastry in a moderate oven (375 degrees fallible guide. "Mighty God"notjust LIQUID,TABLETS SALVE. NOSE DROPS

tasteless especially quinidine for the purpose.and iron.Contains 6 cooking 'apples ) for approximately 25-30 min- like God, or representing God;

Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic actually Flour utes. Ice with boiled icing. Christ is God. "Everlasting Fa
combats Malaria infection in % teaspoon salt ther"-the tender and loving,' un- Whereabouts of Happiness

the blood. Relieves the awful chills % cup granulated. sugar failing One to whom time does not Happiness is where we find it,
and fever. Helps you feel better Cinnamon Need Help Feeding Father? but very seldom where we seek it.
change for He is the
bring ,
any
If you would plan and serve mealsto -J. Petit-Senn.
fast.Thousands "
take Grove's Tasteless Nutmeg "Father of eternit "Prince ofPeace"
please the man of the house send
Chill Tonic for Malaria and swear 1 teaspoon lemon juice -He is not yet the ruler of

by it. Pleasant to take, too. Even Line a pie tin with pie crust. Peel for a copy of Eleanor Howe's book, the nations of the world, hence we
children take it without a whimper. "Feeding Father"; in it she tells
Don't suffer and the apples and cut in slices. Sprin- hear, not only of wars but of rumorsof
suffer. At Ma- what men like to eat and gives weak eyesare
laria's first sign, take Grove's kle the bottom of the pastry with you wars. Mark it well that there
recipes for father's favorite foods--
Tasteless Chill Tonic. At all drug- flour, salt and granulated sugar. will be no enduring peace until He made strong by Lconardi'sEye
stores. luscious apple pie, pot roast, Lotion. Inflammation is
Buy the large size as it gives oyster
Pile in the apples filling whose it is
full. to right to
reign
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very comes
you much more for your money. stew, and a man's rich chocolate relieved in one day. No other
Dot with butter and sprinkle with the divine 'Prince of Peace.
cake, and 125 other delicious dishes. reign, eye remedy so pure and healing.
cinnamon, nutmeg, sugar and lemon Send 10 cents in coin to "Feeding 2. Revealed by His Deeds (9:7; Keeps the eyes in working ttim.LEONARDI'S .
More Paths Than One juice. Cover with the top crust, .
11:1-5)
Father, care of Eleanor Howe, 919
There is more than one way out crimp the edges together and score North Michigan Avenue, Chicago Eternal justice and righteousness GOLDEN EYE LOTION
of the woods. the top to allow the steam to escape. MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG
Illinois, and get your copy of this peace, wisdom, understanding, coun-
Bake in New Size with Dropper-50 cenU.
hot Large
a (425
oven, degrees)
clever book sel and might, the spirit of knowl-
f Tor about 40 minutes. now. 8.B.Leonard&Co.fa!:.,New Rochelle,N.T.
edge and the fear of God, unfailing

PigsinTaters.Serves equity-all these glorious accom-

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6 large baking potatoes give you in this column some of Messiah according to Isaiah's proph

tAace lvu 6 tablespoons margarine her own favorite recipes collected ecy.Has OnlyGOOD

:=.' tSI.40 4 to 5 teaspoons milk from good cooks the countryover the prophecy been fulfilled?
1% We know that all of these qualitieswere
;- e teaspoons salt tested in her own kitchen, MERCHANDISE
Christ when He
Paprika in came to
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and used successfully over a long
Vi pound small earth the first time, but "the com- .,
sausages (cooked) period of years. Be sure to watch CONSISTENTLY -
''i %y Wash and plete fulfillment of this prophecy Can Be Advertised
1it rr s lessedRelcet' dry potatoes. Place on for "My Favorite Recipes" by
I rack in hot oven (500 degrees), and Eleanor Howe. awaits that day toward which the O BUY ADVERTISED GOODS OTheir

RHEUMATISM; : LUMBAGO I bake for about 45 minutes, or until child of God looks with joy and

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\1! ? Growing Pains Women AIUA'-ZONS Employed in New Role ASK ME ? A Quiz With Answers l

Indicate Need Offering Information
ANOTHER
As Men March to Battlefield on Various Subjects

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I ; .., ... ..,., .... ...... ... 1. Are zebras black with white 7. Are animals other than horses
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strr By. DR. JAMES. BARTON .,,ii : ri stripes? The Answers
: 2.,White persons constitute what 1.
\ The basic color of a zebra is
; WHAT was called "growing per cent of the people of the Brit- white, ,and his stripes are black.
I } ", in my boyhood was : ish empire? 2. Fourteen per cent.
believed to be due to the fact 3/Why,,do people generally walkin 3. Because o.ne"'eg is shorter
; circles when lost? ''
than the other. 't
that when children were '
I v :: most of the growing 4.: In .what cities would you find 4. Chicago; San Francisco; New
the following districts The
: Loop; York. .
growth was near TODAY'Sb. itT' The Barbary Coast; The Bowery? 5. Civil and World wars.
ends of the y I 5. In 'what wars did the United 6. Germany.
b. HEALTH
F: bones and so neara States draft troops? 7. Other animals eligible to be

;' part of a joint. COLUMN 6. What country is designated by recorded are spoken of as pure
: the
I sobriquet Cousin Michel? bred.
w ,A few years later
i when infection of teeth and ton-

I I ,:. sils was found to be a cause of Pot and Pan Holders I ARE YOU RUN DOWN?

! t rheumatism, those growing
That
in Row
Hang
' a We wish
.: believed to be due you could SEE some of
pains were
the letters that come to us, telling
" : to rheumatism and parents 3y. what Wintersmith's has done for

I.1' were warned that heart disease people with 'l\Ialaria-pe who
e f are run-down, 'sick, "no good" due
, might follow these growing Z Iti to Malaria. For over 70 years,these
pains. WHITE ,letters have come in by hundreds.

) While there is no question GREEN All these people can't be wrong.
Why don't YOU get a bottle of
BIAS BINDING
: I but that pains in knees and AND LOOP ti Wintersmith's, and TRY it?
muscles in youngsters may actually
be due to, rheumatism following infected WINTERSMITH'STONIC
,., ., ,
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tonsils, nevertheless, it is now J"
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believed that rheumatism is not the =N
busi-
War is'no longer a man's
cause of these growing pains in most
cases. ness exclusively. The United Statesis

Dr. J. C. Hawksley, London, England almost the only major power
in Medical World, states that which has not drafted women to Still a .Fellow Being
I 'f "growing pains" is perform some military duty for- By'RUTH WYETH SPEARS However wretched a fellow mor-
r tal may be, he is still a memberof
not commonly related merly left to men. Women now fly, A GREEN and white kitchen is
our common species. Seneca.
to rheumatic fever drive ambulances and carry rifles, as fresh and crisp as'a lettuce -

or sub-acute ready to take their places on the leaf. stepped into one the other
rheumatism (early Above Two membersof r day with white walls floor
battlefield. : green fOR_0001 HAPPY FEET
) and does not
stages heart England's women's ambulancecorps and green organdy curtains. Everything :=
finally cause
shown in was green and white, and
uniform as
disease. are RUB WITH MEXICAN HEAT POWDER
over the stove hung a set of patch-
"Children affected they canvassed for recruits during
work holders like
pot of
a row
with London's first national defense dis
'growing pains'i
bright green and white tiles. All
usually give a his- play. Later, when war actuallycame of us love old quilt patterns. For 'Learn to Unlearn
Child of Nature, learn to un-
tory of frequent Britain's took
women over
11' those who do not have time to
colds and coughs many men's jobs. At right: One make quilts, here is a modern use
Dr. Barton and during these at- of iJie many women Soviet Russiais for your favorite designs.
tacks the amount of
training for air defense work. Perhaps you were put to bed as
is increased.
pain learn.-Disraeli.
The Soviet has the world's best a child under this eightpointedstar
Treatment Indicated. women aviators. ? The sketch gives the dimen-
Such children are benefited 6y re- sions for the patterns' for the two

moval of the tonsils and treatmentof ." .: ,. ..... ... .. :. ....... .. .. .r yY' r rk triangles used in making it for the
their colds. Many of these chil- 1'"r' pot holder. Piece eight small
d 'f dCO
SO C C ts
ps o r en
dren do fre-
not gain weight. They !, {, squares of two triangles; then
) quently present signs of poor health. 'eight oblong blocks of three tri-

The commonest'cause is some slight angles. A layer of sheet waddingis
deformity such as flat-foot, knock- used for padding. The backingfor
I knee,. spinal curvature. sway-back. the holder is white. The three Despair Final

Improvement is rapid when these ... I layers are quilted together by sew-, Despair is the only genuine athe-

R conditions are corrected. .i '.I: H..aav ing just inside the white triangles ism.-Jean Paul.
11 'r Insufficient sleep is also an important 3 ,: of the pieced top. I
factor in these
causing Have you sent for your copy of
pains. Growing pains should always the new Sewing Book No. 3? Ev-
receive the attention of parents. The JtL I Ih ery homemaker will want a copy
pains may be due to infection of for it contains useful ideas for

tonsils, which may be followed by home decorating; as well as origi- Dccioped'Printed,
rheumatism and heart disease. nal ideas for things to use as gifts,
and to sell at bazaars. You will

Stuttering- be delighted with ,this new book.
The price is only 10 cents post-
Causes and CuresAs paid. Send coin with name and
address to Mrs. Spears 210 S. DIXIE FILM SERVICE
youngsters there was alwaysa Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill. P.O.Box 4385-A Atlanta, Go.
laugh when a stuttering boy got up
to do some reading. I believe we

thought stuttering was a mental de- h\9.'
fect. When I got older I was one r

of a number seeking a certain schol- CAMELS ARE
arship; the student who won it over During celebration of patriotic _
all of us stuttered very badly. I days in Paris (above), French 3NGBURNINGAND

corrected my idea that stuttering women showed what the women''' THERE'S

was a mental defect. of the world favor in the way of
However, it is only in the last 10 : attire now that war is here again. ,,v}: :'' > /MORE PLEASURE ;
fl i r
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to 20 years that research workers 'These women are members of a EVERV PUF
studying stuttering (and many of home defense unit. At the left: :

these workers were not physicians) Two Turkish girl fliers who took
discovered that stuttering was due
simply to nervousness. part in the flight of a squadronof

r. Instead of waiting for children "to k- bombing planes from Istanbulto

grow out of the, habit" of stuttering, the capitals of Europe a few
I physicians today recognize that the months ago. Commanding the

stutterer is a very nervous individual group is Lieut.Sabiha ,Guehtchen,
I, one who looks in on himself, one adopted daughter of the late By burning 25% slower than the average of the 15 .
who is self-conscious in the pres- President Kernel Ataturk. other of the largest-selling brands tested-slower than
ence of others and soy try to draw any of them CAMELS give a smoking plus equal to
him out of himself. I
I 10 Per Cent Have Defect.Dr. :Wt ,' r ::E }t4':MvYD >> I

James Sonnett Greene New. :; 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK

York, in his editorial as guest edi-

tor, Medical World, states that there
cooler milder smoking... Here are the facts from a recent series
are 13,000,000 (10 per cent) of the ENJOY
and delicate of scientific
taste impartial laboratory
population of the United States who
of finer, more expensive tobaccostests of 16 of the largest-selling
have some sort of speech defect or 1.
and the time smok- brands
voice abnormality. The stutterers :: h at same get more :
I Y <,'. a1 ''tS> ing per pack in long-burning Camels.
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alone number over a million. Dr.I : :' 3. 1 f CAMELS were found to containMORE
Greene says that careful investigation 1 TOBACCO BY WEIGHT

usually will disclose that the than the average for the 15 other of
majority of stutterers are productsof IV the largest-selling brands.,
homes in which the parents are A
themselves The 1 CAMELS BURNED SLOWER
very nervous. young 2'
stutterer very often gets scolded and f ;' r ; ; THAN ANY OTHER BRAND
even whipped for stuttering which / f TESTED 25% SLOWER THAN

makes him afraid of every new per- ::. /r// f/ THE AVERAGE TIME OF THE 15
on or circumstance. Stuttering is ". rY .i. OTHER OF THE LARGESTSELLING -'
1 really an outward sign of the'young- ''BRANDS! By burning 25%
% ster's feeling of inferiority or inability ? slower, on the average, Camels give
1, to compete on equal terms with C CZ. smokers the equivalent of 5 EXTRA

4 others. r .. SMOKES PER PACK!

} At the Medical-Social clinic in 414. In the sametcsts,CAMELS HELD
New York, of which Dr. Greene is ..4 ,r A k" 3 THEIR ASH FAR LONGER than '
s a director, the child is treated as if' ; the average time for all the other
a no speech defect were present. The j k brands.
atmosphere and surroundings are of a >
a "friendly" nature. However at 1 Get more and better smoking ia
the' same time the surrounding at- Camels.Penny for penny,Camels are

mosphere and circumstances have Y".. ,. ...... '.. ,......u..v..N......... .,"._.... .....sin....,..Jv...""".;<..;,,......,,...._...._7wWs._... your shrewdest cigarette buy!
I been so arranged that the stuttererhas
ABOVE-Amazons in Europe and Asia. At left, unsmiling young
to face, in the physician and
(H the other stutterers of the group the Italian women, uniformed'' and carrying bayoneted muskets, prepare

real things of life that he has been for their coming life in the Italian\ colonies.. At right a Chinese woman v.. 0 \. t 1
x
trying to avoid. soldier camouflages herself.
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bUwa-rk down that interference but once it i.Americans off British ships. President Roosevelt is in line now
both these war
The Clewiston News the against has been removed, and the country i I 5. "Incidents" were no cause for with what W'illi"m Jennings Bryan '-v i
the country
time woes. It can keep that I vastly benefited thereby, gratefully war, Bryan urged.. No citizen, he 1 aelieved and advocated then. Bryan's ) \
it at a price _
and do
in sugar I consumers are likely to oppose any II'told Wilson, has the right "to involve wisdom was attested by the bloody "'-
the housewife's purse. .
Published every Friday In Clewiston, will not rob effort to penalize an agency which his country in war when by truths of war. After 25 years, his ,1/
Florida, by the CLEWISTON N1W Clewiston officials have always II i served them faithfully in war time., ordinary care he could .have avoided advice is still good. We will keep
luc insisted that without benefit of a -Fort Myers News-Press. danger." the peace by keeping to his plan.
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protective tariff the Evergladescould I 6. Bryan was against Wilson'spolicy -Tampa Times.ALLIGATOR .
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor fill the country's requirementsfor -
ttRYAN WAS RIGHT of sending inflammatorynotes
sugar and make money sellingit of protest-especially when
Entered as second class mall matteiFebruary at a fair competitive price. With I The Chicago Times recalls the most of the notes involved injuries EGGS SAVED <
1927 at the Post Office IrClewislon off it will now have that FROM: PARENTS APPETITESSt.
1 the quota
'Jennings to life property on British ships.
William or
of
Florida, under the Act or\ the I peace policies \
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March 3, 1887Subscription. opportunity. As for filling entire I Bryan, when he was Secretary of 7. He urged that the United
demand it cannot immediatelymake State in the Wilson Cabinet and the States keep aloof from war so as AugustineFNSIt's) alligator -
Your.AdcertiNing good. Because of past::restrictions I'I question of World'War neutrality to remain "a supreme moral factorin hatching time at the Anasta-
=.oo Per
Knte $
on marketing, the planted arose, as it has arisen in this war. the world's progress." Withoutthe sia Island showplace-The St. Augustine -
Rifles* On Application. acreage has been held down and I''The Times thinks;: Bryan was right United States' entry into war, Alligator and Ostrich Farm.
cannot be sufficiently expanded this then and that his policies should be Bryan thought, neither side could I II Hundreds of baby reptiles have
Devoted to the advancement and welfare year to produce all the country adopted now. But his policies be- I win so decisive a victory as to be been saved from the alligator papas
of Clewiston and Hendry County, needs. However, suspension of the came so unpopular then that he able to dictate a victor's terms of and mamas, who have. a habit ot
quota came early eonugh to permita I resigned and the nation :went on peace. He thought that if either eating the eggs and thus cutting,
little belated planting and it is I into war. side did win such a victory, "it down the "birth rate" of their spe-
It looks good to see constructionwork estimated that the yield from 5,000 Bryan made seven proposals, as will probably mean preparation for cies.
started at long last on the would have producedan "
acres, which 1 follows: I another war. The alligators bury the eggs in
new school house. excess over Florida's allowance, 1. The United States should That's the kind of neutrality we sand nests and when they. turn
will now be harvested, and marketed sell, armaments impartially under need now. Bryan's proposals exact- their backs, the hired hands at the
The President's speech indicates unless some crop misfortune intervenes international law. Bryan called this ly fit the present situationexceptthe Alligator farm steal the eggs away

that he wants peace and doesn't : "a course not only entirely consistent "inflammatory notes" item, and put them in a safe place, where
want to fight for it. With a carry-over surplus and with neutrality, but a course which hasn't as yet developed. they will be sure to hatch.
expanded production from other do- compelled by neutrality."
A new term of school opens mestic sources-Louisiana cane and i 2. He opposed American jinallI -
Monday. Every patron should cooperate the beet fields-the Everglades I cial involvement through loans or ,
to make it a most success- should be able to prevent a shortageand :credits to warring nations.
ful one. keep the price within bounds I. 3. He believed American ships ed tIM.tiJ.: .
this year. After that there is not ;should not attempt to deliver armaments \ '
The curious will have to wait much doubt that it can be done. or other contraband material
sometime yet to see If Clewiston is At any rate there are no physical I abroad. I
to have a new post-office building. deterrents and if the government 4. He urged strict rules to keep iaue k
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Maybe sixty days. iwlll cooperate the Everglades- will .
see to it that the American ,consumer ,
The Fort Myers Caloosas thirstedfor does not have to worry about I I TTTT'1"
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revenge Sunday but had to sugarless days no matter how long I 1)0 yoU kno: 1

quench. game their was thirst rained with out.rainwater.The the This war cooperation lasts. should take the I how ltI II IE LEYISI ''ll III tN/'

form of definite assurance that the
Clewiston soon bids farewell to investment necessary:: for expansionwill I would be.to.
Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor, and not be confiscated by the renewal -
sends them away with best wishes of restrictions once the war build or s YI
buy I I I I .
for their future health and prosper- is over. Growers and processors will.
ity. I be reluctant to put additional acre- refinance a
age into cultivation and build up
The pro-Nazi group which as- grinding plants at Clewiston if they home with
sassinated the Rumanian prime fear thcs improvements will be
minister didn't worry King Carol legislated into idleness when Cuban Chi p\an 1 ?'pT J
for long. Eight of them faced a supplies are again available and the'I
firing squad in short order and beet sugar states must compete fora fkivA 'A -'
hundreds more have been arrested. I market. If the Florida industry
FULL DETAILS GIVEN...
Will Hitler condemn this as the is to save the country from high it
persecution of German minoritiesand war prices and a shortage it shouldbe WITH NO OBLIGATION
make it an excuse to attack rewarded by being allowed the
'Rumania? full privileges of peace.If iad\O \sdesgned
I this is done the pending ex- Buying a home_ 't\\\S\

EVERGLADES TO THE RESCUE pansion will be permanent. Sugar I of your own is I iorI'

for the.American market can be pro- the finest type t ,tb1i.lr.'JSO" ti
The Everglades'' sugar industry duced in the Everglades cheaper of thriftClewiston use
long throttled by the government"nd than anywhere else in the world. ;..
held down to inconsequence in As production poossibilities are virtually \

the national economy, is about to unlimited it therefore standsto ( Federal \ "1 ;;
come into its own ,as one, of the reason that Florida can capturethe jf11iC"tt "'
nation's great assets. In a war situ- national market against all com- Savings and LoanAssociation : : : xjJJI '
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ation already reflected by advancing petitors. The only thing' that can 2 .
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prices and threatening an eventual prevent that is government inter-
shortage the Everglades looms as ference. It took a war to break cS19) .
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I Mrs. Zerney Meredith and daughter -;.i\ffiS. ALSTON ENTERTAINS the I breaks his leg and is killed by two wrinkles.P. .

Patsy, have returned from I BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY I a Civil War bullet, is loved by; both S. I mean, in common horse-
Jacksonville where they visited Mr. Davis and Hopkins, who although sense, you'll like it.
I [ Personals ) Meredith: and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ri j Mrs. Roy Alston was hostess to cousins only, act like most sisters.
Byrd. members of her bridge club Wed- :' But Miriam gets tired of waiting for

;jlhesday evening. Mrs. W. H. Lanier fun loving George and marries J.M. COUSE
p; Miss Roberta Spicer, daughter of won high score prize, a pair of pillowcases money on the first turn. Cousin

Mrs. W W. Perry is a business Mrs. Leah Spicer, who is a Freshman with "His" and "Hers" Davis' is sent to break the news. Counselor and Attorney at Law
I,1 j visitor today In Fort Myers.: \ at Florida State College for embroidered on them. A pair of But then a hurdle means trouble Hopkins Building
; Women was pledged Monday to guest towels with similar designs and so trouble we have. Brent side- Wednesdays and Saturdays
Kappa Alpha Theta.J. I was awarded Mrs. Blanche Turner steps and goes galloping off to war 0:30 to 4:00Johnson's
Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent
Mr. and
I who held second high score. (Civil War) 'and Davis slows down
1 : Sunday in West Palm Beach F. McLure of Pahokee was a Mrs. Alston served a salad course long enough to become a mother. -

business visitor here yesterday, com- with iced tea to Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. I But Cousin Hopkins takes "Davis
. f + Mr. and Mrs. G.-H. Bellamy were: pleting arrangements for the opening Turner, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. R. and her baby and raises the childto Fish CampNear
visiting in Fort Myers Sunday.Mr. sale of his Western Auto Sup- I C. Nowling, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. hate its real mother. Some mix-
j ply Company store.. 'C. E. Nail, Miss Mae Palmer and up! I suppose the reins got tangled ( hurricane Gate) -
and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson' Mrs. H. H. Turner. II .but anyhow, Davis can do nothingor Clewiston, Fin.'
t spent the week-end in Gainesville. Mrs. E. E. Kelly was honor gues \ i she'll expose herself. And so Boats and Motws-Guide Service
at a dinner celebrating her birthda; I MRS. SCHARNBERG ENTERTAINS peck by neck they pound down the Rates Reasonable
I
) Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey wer which was given by Mrs. T. B. WITH' INFORMAL: BRIDGE PARTY home stretch, until Bette, as "The ,Yo H. Johnson, Mgr.
visitors Sunday in West Palm Beach. Shelley Sunday. Guests included I Old Maid" wins by a grey hair and I II
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg entertained I
S. E. Gill and Mr. Shelley. with an informal bridge

visitors Mr. and in Mrs.Moore I. Haven M. Pafford yesterday wer party yesterday afternoon in honor .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+: :+>
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I Don- Smith, who recently transferred of her guests, Mrs. J. B. Boykin and .:. .
I
, I. from ,Clewiston to Pahokee, "Miss Carmen Marcello of Cuba. ':' ) -
Mrs. F. L. Tatum of Lake Worth where he is employed on the government High score prize was won by I .5.

is visiting, Mrs. Dean King for sev dredge, Welatka, is- a pa Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and low by :I_: Lasting Satisfaction t.
eral days. tient in the U. S. Government hospital Mrs. H. A. Bestor. The honor guests

in Key West for an appen were each presented with a memento -
Mr and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino and dectomy.Mrs. of the occasion by their hostess.
f baby were visitors in Fort Myers: Cake and iced drinks were served in a home-site is available to the discrimij j

I Saturday.: J. M. Fountain, local Western by Mrs.. Scharnberg to the honor A *
i Union operator has returned I guests, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. W. I 3.
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in selection from four ;
I: nating purchaser a
I Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor were from a two weeks vacation which I C. Owen, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs.ABes- j\$ t
guests of friends in Moore Haven she spent at her home in Moore ,tor, Mrs. P. C. Tarleton, Mrs. E. A

I I Thursday.Miss Haven. A. P. Schmaus of Live Oak Mills and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. C'I t double-lot corners now available. f
was the relief operator during the

June Hooker has returned vacation period. I MOVING INTO MOVIELANDDick |

from a visit with relatives In West Owen
of Shellman, New Pictures-"The Old Maid". ,
Palm Beach. Mrs. H. L. Sears 'I
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Ga., and Miss Martha Sears of' You've guessed it, it's Bette "
Texas, are visiting I Davis again with one of her star
Fort Worth, v:
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Mrs. C. L. Downs, Miss Martha I J. E. Beardsley
' Sears and R. L. Coker spent Tues their daughter and sister, Mrs.. H. i performances that doesn't 'need a .
Miami. C. Kolstad and family. Miss: Sears, I!critic to drop the hint, "it's 'good." A >
day in who made the trip by_boat to Miami 11 I "The Old Maid" is like a horse :|: Real Estate fI :
will return to Texas tomorrow. race with two outstanding horses
,
Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. J!in the running. Now. don't get me :: ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER ;f:_
visitors in I
Keathley Bowden were
and that I'm calling Davis and
Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George I,wrong ..
Miami Saturday. Charles Roberts left yesterday for !! Miriam Hopkins 'fillies, or such. Or : I
\Meirsdale where they were 'called J! that the picture is named "the fc.: HOPKINS BLDG. PHONE 00 :|.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carlson and by the death- of their father, Char Old Mare". It's just that Miriam ?:

Miss Helen Carlson were visitorsin les Roberts, which occurred at* the I'!end Bette give us a "fight to the :I I'f!: :!:
West Palm Beach Saturday.Mr. of his daughter, :Mrs. J. L. finish" theatrical 'jubilee. .:.
I home I I .:. .. .....'....................... ....... ..
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Scott. :Mr. Roberts' death followeda I It George Brent, who also runs till I.:":":":":"ONN:N:NN:N:L:00-:":":INN1:N:':':": : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :..: NN:M.IANN:-:

and Mrs. A. J. Richaud were long and critical illness. Funeral ----. -- -
visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. T. plans have not been learned here.
Platt, in Canal Point Sunday. .
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--r Dr. O. F. Shiffli left Friday night (

Miss Marcia Avant, Mrs. Hubert for Highlands, N. C. for a short 'I.- "
Land and Gene Land spent' yester visit with his family before they
day afternoon in Fort Myers. return from their summer's stay.
>> Dick Schiffli suffered. painful' injuries -
about ten days ago when he w CleW18tOlJ'
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and :.:<
Marianne Jones are leaving tonightto was bitten by a neighbor's pet dog. "<...:... akvl: : P14:,; 'a d 1 0 &
He is reported as recuperating El II'n
spend the week-end, in Miami. I. : eC
although he was confined to ,":,":': .:x '" : Thos Co .
nicely, .... > ..:' .A. :' :' :: ': E
la hospital and given the Pasteur :,f,:i >:;;\:.:"' <:}...;. ,..: Y. ;.. '". Markett .-
Ir. Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Higgins and 'f:"; ';:,:<'..w.w" ...... :.q-;:>;: :>' .;
children returned Friday'night from treatment' as a precautionary,meas- 'fytw; ":Y':':f;? ?5tit1 ; 'O"r Manager ; ;
He is expected to return with : .-\'.. !0
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the family this, week-end. 1 1un. OUn'TE\l 7 ;':
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Miss Christine Bell is leaving AND MRS. JOHNSON I S .... CL&WISTO: ;>PPICE l::,:, ..
for West Palm Beach to .
Monday
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were guests of Mr. and Mrs.T. hosts at a dinner party and bridgeat
B. Shelley for a, few days this I their home in the, Schult Apart- I
week. ments Thursday. The party was
complimenting :Mr. and Mrs. Keith

Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden Hartsfield, who left Friday to residein

'and sons, Kay and Paul, spent the Pahokee.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
week-end on a camping, trip near
Keith Hartsfield, Mr. and Mrs. R.
St. Cloud.
N. Smith, Miss Virginia Jordan and JI
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Miss :Mae Palmer.
Mrs. Ward Roberts and childrenof ,,
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and family. The officers of the Parent Teacher .e raC Aphances.I. 1 1SEE :;

Mrs. P. M. McIntyre and her Association met yesterday after-
mother, Mrs. A. J. Richaud returned noon at the home of Mrs.. J. H. .S.5'.. _: "
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the and to appoint chairmen
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Mrs. Urey Waldron is a patient the meeting were Mrs. Doty, ''free demonstrations of 1 ,;
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Opportunity to Use Bailiffs )


The DIM LANTERNITEMPLE Mrs. A. M.. Moncrieff who has

just celebrated her eighty-eighth

birthday, knew many of the great
Victorians in the days when; as

Nita Gaetand", she ,was a celebrated -
:' singer-and tells some good
BAILEY: stories about them. : .

: By ., : Once she dined with,, Whistler,
J the famous artist, whose picturesnow
:; 0 PENN PUBLISHING COMPANY-WNU SERVICE sell f for fabulous sums. Two

manservants waiting table.
were
...
"You must be doing well, sell-

He came running up, and enter- needed me. 1 am not going to wait ing a lot of paintings," she remarked -

ing her room found her propped up until this country gets into it. We a little surprised that
TIIE STORY THUS EAR on her pillows. owe a debt to France ." Whistler should "splash" so.

"Mother," said Evans, and stood He stopped there, and closed the "No," whispered her host.
Young pretty Jane Barnes, who not lived particularly with her brother Impressed, Baldwin when, she In Sherwood read looking down at her, "Hallam wants book. He did not care to read far- "They're bailiffs. I thought they

that rich Park, attractive,' near Washington Edith Towne was had been left at the altar by Delafield Simms me to sell some of the old books ther. Oh-his debt to France had might as well be doing somethinguseful"
wealthy New Yorker. However, she still mused over It when she met Evans and and use the money to open an of- been paid. And after that day with

Follette, a young Evans neighbor had always, whom loved the Jane.war had That left morning completely Baldwin discouraged Barnes, on fice." Jane among the tangled vines things

despondent.his way to work in Washington, offered assistance to a tall,'lovely girl In distress. "What kind of office?" had moved faster-and faster: In the Name of Science
Later he found a bag she bad left In the car" containing a diamond ring on "Law. In town." He didn't want to think of it .
He knew then that his passengerhad in
which was Inscribed "Del to EdIth-Forever Recently a man Philadelphia
been Edith Towne. Already he was half In love with her. That night he "But are you well enough, Evans wanted to find out how
the matter with Jane, and they called her uncle, worldly, sophisticated CHAPTER VIII many
discussed ?
Towne. He vis Ked them at their home, delighted with Jane's simplicity drops of water there are in the
Frederick He told them Edith's story. Because her uncle desired It, Edith Towne "He says that I am. He says average-sized glass. So he boughtan
had accepted Delafield Slmms. whom she liked but did not love. She disappeared that I must think that I am well, The evening wrap which Jane
The next day Jane eye-dropper and ,sat for hours
to have taken place.
Immediately after the wedding was wore with her old white chiffon was
received a basket of fruit from Towne, and a note asking if he might call again. Mother. of a bright Madonna blue with a counting the drops. He sent the
Mrs. Follette, widowed mother of Evans, was a woman of indomitable courage. "But- result of his experiment to the local -
Impoverished, she nevertheless managed to keep Evans and herself In comparative "Dearest, don't spoil it with black fur collar. Jane, as has been
comfort by running a dairy farm. Evans, mentally depressed and disillusioned life Mother." said, loved clear color, and when I scientific body. Now a Mr. -
had little self reliance and looked to his mother and Jane for guid doubts. It's my Moran, who last year went to the
Edith Towne phones Baldy in answer to an ad. She asked, him to bring There was a look on his face she dyed dingy things she brought
ance. Arctic to sell refrigerators to Eskimos
her pocketbook. Jane calls on Frederick Towne In his elaborate office. He gives them forth lovely to the eye and -
his stenographer a letter to Delafield Slmms. in which he severely criticizes which .she had not seen since his has completed a 'similar
Lucy
tremendously picturesque.Frederick's
him. Unknown to him, Lucy and Simms are in love with each other. return. Uplifted, eager. A light in experiment to help the world. He
She Introduces him to Evans, who house was a place
in his limousine.
Towne takes Jane home He his eyes, like the light which had wanted to know how it took
is jealous of Towne. Baldy goes to meet Edith Towne at her hiding place. where polished floors seemed to dissolve long to
convinces her that she should return home and face her friends. She is Interested shone in the eyes of a boy. find a needle 'in a haystack!
in Baldy. Later they eat In a restaurant, where Edith sees several friends. She found it difficult to speak. in pools of golden light, wherea He got two tons of hay, droppeda
knows they will see to it that the news is spread. When Towne asJcs! Jane to grand staircase led up to balconies -
She dine with him Evans realizes that he must do something to rehabilitate himself. "My dear, the books" are yours. Do where the ceilings were almost needle in it, shook the lot, and

as you think best. .incredibly high, the vistas almost started searching. After 82 hours
He leaned over and kissed her, Frederick and 35 minutes the needle was
incredibly remote. com-
lifting her a bit. There was energyas found. He sent a full descriptionof
CHAPTER VIIContinued11 "I'll be darned if I know." The well as affection in the quick ca- ing towards her through those poolsof and his efforts to a New York scientific -

doctor was intensely serious. "Will- ress.. She drew herself away laugh- golden light-blonde, big institution. His labors were

The Towne car was waiting, and power has a lot to do with things. ing, breathless.- "How strong you smiling another, brought blonde and a swift heroic memory figure of, not in vain, for he made $60 by
will won'twork
is when "
Mrs. Follette in a flurry welcomed The trouble" your are. not in evening clothes-but in silver selling whisps of straw to souvenir
didn't "Am I? Well I think I am. AndI
them. "I don't see why you hunters.
armor-"Nun sei bedankt, mein lie-
to be working on
"Mine eeems am going to conquer the world,
him.
with "
ride over cylinder." Again Evans was ber Schwan, Lohengrin! That was .
one Mumsie. '" =
"He hadn't come, and we pre-
ferred to walk." pacing the rug. "But that idea of His exaltation lasted during the it."A "
fat Lohengrin she amended
office appeals to me. It will ,
"What was the matter with you, an reading of the diary. It was a fat
take a bit of money, though. And it little book, and the'pages were writ- maliciously. 7e 93Is
Evans? Unaware of this devastating esti-
is rather problem to know whereto
"Nothing much, Mother. I'm sor- a ten close in his fine firm script. He
it." mate, Frederick welcomed her with
get between the leaves-a
her found things
ry you were fussed. He gave "Sell some of the old books. I'll the air of a Cophetua. He was un-
four-leaved Clover. Jane had sent
no further explanation.Jane conscious of his attitude of conde- OieN
them.
her slippers and went buy him when he made, the football r
on
put Light leaped into Evans' eyes. "It scension. He was much attracted,
off in the great car.- And then Evans would be one way, wouldn't it? team. A rose, colorless and dry. but he knew, of course, that his in-

said, "I'm going over to Hal- Mother would rather hate it. But Florence Preston had given it to terest in her would be a great thing :.,. f5y

lam's." what's a library against a life?" He him.He for the little girl.
the in the waste-
!"Aren't you well, my dear? seemed to fling the question to a dropped rose And he was interested. A queer
"I want to talk to him." He saw listening universe. basket. How could he ever have thing had happened to him-a thing

her anxious look, and bent and Th doctor laughed. "She'll be thought of Florence? Love wasn't a which clashed with all his theories,

kissed her. "Don't worry, Mumsie, sensible if you put it'up to her. And thing of blue eyes and pale gold broke down the logic, of his pre-
hair. It was a thing of fire and
I'm all right. He had fallen in ,
you must frivol a bit. Play around vious, arguments.
Dr. Hallam's old estate adjoinedthe with the girls." flame and fighting. love with little Jane Barnes, at first
Follette farm. The doctor wasa Fighting! That was it. With your crude
"I don't want any girls except sight if you please-like a boy.
nerve specialist, and went every Jane."' back to the wall-and winning I And he wanted her for his, wife It

morning to Washington, coming "Little Jane Barnes. Well, she'll For some day he meant to win was an almost unbelievable situa-
back at night to the quiet of his do." Jane. Did she think she could be tion. There had been so ma y-wom-

charming home. He was unmar- "I'll she will." in the world and not be his? And if en he might have married. Lovelier -
back-
say Oil has
State Motor
Quaker a
ried and was-looked after by men- The doctor watching him as he she loved strength she should haveit. women than Jane, wittier, more
inter- head in his hands- ground of over half a century of
servants. He had been much walked back and forth said, "The He bent his distinguished, richer-of more as-
ested in Evans' case, and had in his hands clasped tensely. There sured social standing. He could scientific refining is recognized by

fact had charge of it. was a prayer in his heart. His have had the pick of them, yet not car owners, the world over, as the

The doctor was by the library fire, whole being ached with the agonyof one of them had he wanted. Here quality lubricant for automotive use.

smoking a cigar and reading a /7 his effort. was little Jane Barnes, bobbed hair,

brown book. He welcomed Evans ; "Oh, God, let me fight and win. boyish, slender, quaint in her cheap ..
.
.
heartily. "I was wondering when Bring me back to the full measureof clothes, and he could see no one I ySS':w" i:

you would turn up again." He a man" else at the head of his table, no one 1

showed the title of his book, "Bos- Again he opened the book. Bits of else by his side in the big car, no I

well. There was a man. As greatas printed verse dropped out of it. Jane one else to share the glamorous I

the man he wrote about, and had sent him this, "One who never days of honeymoon, and the life I
we are just beginning to find it out." turned his back, but marched which was' to follow.

"Rare edition?" Evans sat down. breast-forward." And so when young Baldwin had I I

"Yes. Got it at Lowdermilk'syesterday. He opened the book and read of telephoned of Edith's' plans, thera

., ." Jane, and of himself as he had once had leaped into Towne's mind the

"We've oodles of old books on I 2 dy'r been. He skipped the record of I his realization of his opportunity. He

our shelves. Ought to sell them, I p cf-R college days, except where he found would see Jane among his household
suppose." I such reference as this: "Little Janeis gods. And he would see her

"I wouldn't sell one of mine." growing up. She met me at the alone. He had sent Briggs in time Acid-free Quaker State Motor Oil

Hallam, was emphatic. "I'd rather station and held out her hand to me. to have her there before the others is refined exclusively from the finest

murder a baby." I used always to kiss her' but this I arrived. Pennsylvania crude oil. All impuritiesare

Evans flamed suddenly. "I'd sell time I didn't dare. She was differ- And now Fate had played further scientifically removed. Each dropof

mine, if I could get the things I ent somehow, but some day I'll into his hands. "I've had another oil is heat-resistant lubricant
want." kiss her." message from Edith," he told her; pure
"I don't want anything as muchas And this: "Jane is rather a dar- "we'll have to eat dinner without .,assuring maximum reliability.

I want my,books." I i ling. But I am beginning'to believe them. The fog caught them southof

"I do. I want life as I used to that I like 'em fair. That was when Alexandria, and they went into a

live it." he had a terrible crush on Florence ditch. They will eat at the nearest

The doctor sat up and looked at 7"l Preston, whose coloring was blue' hotel while the car is being fixed,
him. "You mean before the war?" / and gold. But it hadn't lasted, and up."

"Yes." he had come back to Jane with a "Baldy's car always breaks at
"' II
"Good.; t ., sense of refreshment.He psychological moments," said Jane.
/
"I'm tired of, being half a man. ( ? found at last the pages given "If it had 1't broken down on the

If there's any way" out of it, I want 4 over to those first days after he had bridge, he wouldn't have found your v

you to tell me. been admitted to the Washingtonbar niece."

The doctor's, eyes were bright with And be was interested. and had hung out his shingle. "And wouldn't have known you"he a
the first
knew
interest. He
symp- "Sat at my desk all the morning. was smiling at her. "Who
toms of recovery'in such cases. The thing to do is to map out a normal Great bluff. One client received would ever have believed that so

neurasthenic,quality of Evans' trou- day. Make it pretty close to the with great effect of busy-ness. Had much hung on so little." State
robbed him of initiative. His When Acid-Free Quaker
ble had use
program you followed before the lunch with a lot of fellows-pan- And now Waldron, the butler, an- you
waking-up was promising sign war. You haven't happened to keepa I cakes and sausages-ate an armful. nounced dinner-and Jane enteringthe Motor Oil regularly, you are free

"The thing to do, of course, is to diary, have you?" Tea with three debutantes at the dining-room felt dwarfed by the from worry about motor troubles due

get to work." Why don't you open "Yes. It's a clumsy record. 'Shoreham-peaches. Dance at the Gargantuan tables, the high-backed to sludge, carbon or corrosion. Your

an office? Mother started me when I was a Oakleys' in Georgetown. Corking, ecclesiastical chairs, the tall silver car will run better,last longer. Quaker

"A ,fat" chance .I'd have of getting kid." time. One deadly moment when the candlesticks with their orange can- State Oil Refining Corp., Oil City,Pa.

clients. "That's what we want. Read it butler took my overcoat. Poor peo- dles.
"I think they'd come. every night, and do some of the ple ought not to dance where there "Your color," Towne told her.
doctor smoked for time in
The a things the next day that you did are butlers." "You see I remembered your knit-

silence, then he said, "Decide on then. You will find you can stick Autumn came: "Jane and I went ting-"

something hard to do, and do it. closer than you think. And it will today to gather fox grapes. Motheris i "I'm crazy about brilliant wools,"

Do it if you feel you" are going to give you a working plan." making jelly and so is Jane. The said Jane; "some day 1 am going
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die in the attempt. "
Evans sat down and discussed the vines were a great tangle. Shut in to open a shop and sell them.
There was something inspiring to
he to seemed thousand But he knew that she would not
idea. It was late when rose among them we a
Evans in the idea. Hard things.
leave. miles away from the world. Jane open a shop. "You were like some ..
it. He out the
That poured
was
story of ,the past few days. The "It will be slow," was Hallam's made herself a wreath of grape 'lovely bird-an oriole, perhaps" with 1 a.

awful scene with Rusty. Tonight in final admonition, "but I believe you leaves, and looked like a nymph of your orange and black.

the fog under the pines. "Wanted can do it. And when things go the woods. I told her so and she (TO BE CONTINUED A

more than anything to drop myself wrong, just honk and I'll lend you gazed at me with those great gray Smokers
First
in tVif..u'W> ri\rpr.........." some gas: his big-: laugh boomed eyes of hers and said, 'Evans, when Monkeys imitate but -
He was walking the floor, back au-i, as they stood in the door to- the gods were young they must have Monkeys often men it ,
I gether. "Nasty night." lived like this-with grapes for their when it comes to smoking seems
and forth, limping to one edge of I took after mon-
the rug, then limping to the other. "I have a 'lantern." Evans pickedit fdod.and the birds to sing for them, that Englishmen Cawdor castle the Scot
At ,
Then Jane came Little Jane up from the porch. and the little wild things of the wood keys. to be the Retail price J
Barnes. You know hyc. and she told fog company. It would be heavenly tish stronghold supposed Macbeth, 35 per quart v

me-where to get ofL-szid I was- When Evans reached home his wouldn't it?' She's a queer kid. scene of Shakespeare's from

captain of my soul-" He, stopped in mother called from upstairs, "I Life with her wouldn't be humdrum. there is an old introduction carving dating of tobaccoto

front of the doctor and smiled thought you were never coming." She's so intensely herself." before the monkey

whimsically "Are iuy of us cap- 'Hallam and I had a lot to talk "We talked a bit about the war.I England, depicting

tains of our souls, doctor?" about.: told her I shojild go if France smoking pipes.

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used in mixing foods should 0 : Events in the Lives of Little Men D As Hr. 5fY6.tupea.re,

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romance or adventure CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

awaits the average stowaway.

Generally he is clapped in the ship

brig as soon as discovered, sees
I' only what passes outside its .tiny
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i U gets food, water, no luxuries, usu- o

ally is regarded a nuisance by CHICKS!ASSORTED BREEDS $O9ONoCrlpple3NoCTillsl
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" officers and crew. We Guarantee Live JJeliyery. We Pay Fottagt.
Stowing away is risky, too. Any- ATLAS CHICK CO.. St. Louis Mo.

one hiding in the hold of a shipon 1.J
BRED FOR PRODUCTION: Ducks
a long voyage may be shut up RAISED FOR PROFIT: Chicks
for, weeks, may even starve. In SOLD BY QUALITY: Turkeys
case of fire or shipwreck, he wouldbe STARTED CHICKS: Pallets
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Thousands of satisfied customers. Send 81.OO
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per.Money back If not entirely pleased. Address
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PLEASURE
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h. Writ.for Particulars

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The old time calomel was the .
doctor's favorite remedy for bilious- Speak Your Letter

ness or so-called "Torpid Liver," so
: For those who dislike letter
prevalent in hot weather, but it had CO/l11'lgbr/ w. N.'V.rr .)
some serious drawbacks from the writing ,Holland postal authorities
standpoint of the patient. The, have set up recording machines.

nauseating and sickening after- You put a coin in the slot, speak
effects and the necessity to followit : : OJ WOW LATE- DO YOU USUALLY THAT UPON into the mouthpiece and out dropsa
with a dose of Epsom salts made
many of us hate to take it. Now you SLEEP ON SUNDAY MORNING DEPENDS WHAT ? record of your message, ready
can really enjoy your calomel, for ? wrapped. All you have to do is
Calotabs make calomel-taking a i stamp and address the package.
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pleasure. They give you the com- p ( r The "letter" is played on a phono-
bined effects of calomel and salts,
helping Nature to expel the sour, s graph.
stagnant bile and washing it out of
the system. \
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; One or two Calotabs at bedtime -
I I with a glass of water or sweet milk, j Constipation Relief
,. -that's all. Next morning your 0':
system feels clean and refreshed, That Also
your head is clear,your spirit bright, !
and you are feeling fine with a 9 ices Stomach
hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat Pepsin -
what you wish and go about your '
work or pleasure. P When constipation brings on acid indi-
Genuine Calotabs are sold only In gestion, bloating,dizzy spells, gas, coated
'K. checker-board (black and white) pack- tongue sour taste, and bad breath, your
ages bearing the trade mark "Calotabs." stomach is probably loaded up with cer-
Refuse Imitations. Family package only 110 undigested food and your bowels don't
twenty-five cents; trial package ten .Bell vndicate.-WNU Service move. So you need both Pepsin to help
[ cents, at your dealer's. (Adv.) break up fast that rich undigested food in
your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull
the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be
Without Modes sure your laxative also contains Pepsin.
Architecture aims at eternity; THE LENGTH OF HIS SERMON !! Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative because its

and therefore is the only thing in- Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won-
derful stomach-relief while the Laxative
capable of modes and fashions in Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the
its principles. Sir ChristopherWren. power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
; undigested protein food which may lingerin
k
L J/ your stomach,to cause belching,gastric
acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-
izing your stomach helps relieve it of such
How Womenin distress. At the same time this medicine
wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
bowels to relieve your constipation.So see
Their 40'sCan how much better you feel by taking the
I laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
ByJ. I1 that stomach discomfort, too. Even finicky -
Attract MenHere's ; children love to taste this pleasant
Millar Watt
family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Lax
good advice for a woman during her ative-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your
change (usually from 38 to 62)), who fears druggist today 1Evil
she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
about hot flashes loss of pep dizzy spells
upset nerves and moody spells.
Get more fresh air,8 hrs.sleep and if you Treachery ,
,I need a good'general system tonic take Lydia at first
E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound made WNU Treachery, though : very
ttpcnally; for women. It helps Nature build cautious, in the end betrays it-
up physical resistance: thus helps give more self.-Livy.
vivacity to 'enJoy life and assist calming
jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
often company change of life. WELL

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PrecedentThe T 4 rMCELL
acts of today become the

precedents of tomorrow.. -F. Her-' ... ... .......\-TV ,.
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I II Nature deafened the kidneys to do s
a 1o marvelous job. Their task is to keep the
1 R flowing blood stream free of an excess of
I toxic impurities. The act of living-hi*
.. 'ull-is constantly producing waste
Leaf 40 nun"CapBruH"Apf matter eUko'rah must remove from
>Kctor ,, Me.w .-- the blood : is to endure.
make "BUCK When the kidneys fall to function as
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GO MUCH FARTHER Nature intended there is retention of
1 DASH IN FEATHERS. waste that may cause body-wide dis
R SPREAD ON ROOSTS P MAt.17 tress. One may suffer nagging backache
I 7 persistent headache attacks of dizziness,
getting up nights swelling puffiness
under the eyes-feel tired,nervous all

\ I o worn out.Frequent, scanty or burning passages
mODERniZE may be further evidence I of kidney or
\ bladder disturbance.The .

i Whether you're planning a partyor a diuretic recognized medicine,and to help the treatmentIs kidneys
il remodeling room you should P Ret rid of excess poisonous body waite.
I follow the advertisements..to learn Use Doan't Pills. They have had more
a what's new...and cheaper...and than forty years of public approval.Are
'V f M better. And the place to find out By Vy v endorsed the country over. Insist ot
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This newspaper. Its columns are C. M.
filled Payne
with important messages
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i IIE CLEWISTON NEWS ,. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1939
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Compensation Quiz Religious Instruction Class for The bridge across, the Hillsbor-
Experimental Work at nine
children Saturday morning ough Canal on State Road No. 143 READ THE AD$
here in Clewiston, and after Sunday r
Will Be Giver in Belle Glade, Palm Beach is
On Half Mile Leve *
Mass in Pahokee. closed to traffic. Along With the News
The Mass schedule of Pahokee is '-

10:30 every Sunday, excepting the
The contract will be let on Se] Tallahassee-Harold C. Wall last Sunday of the month, when
tember 29 for another half mil chairman of the Florida Industrial
Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub
section of experimental levee wor (Commission announced today thai lic, regardless of religious belief,
by the U. J all employers whose insurance un
south of Port Mayaca is always welcome in this church.
Engineers it was announced thi der the Workmen's Compensator

week by Carawan Nelson of th Act has been cancelled or expired CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY

Clewiston sub-office. are being mailed a questionaire tc CHURCH

This is in addition to the e:> establish their status under the

peiimental project started last wee law. Royal Palm' Avenue CLEWISTON GOLF I
L'ore't: C. Taj lor, Minister
to lay a compacted blanket of nativc "The commission has instructed

marl over the levee to test it Director Robert W. Davis of the
,Morning worship and sermon
resistance to erosion. The projec Workmen's Compensation Division
to be let will adjoin the marl sec the present status ol every Sunday at eleven o'clock. ..
to investigate Sunday school at 9:45: every Sun COURSE
tton and will be a similar blankeof some 5,000 employers who were day morning. :1:1

mi\ed-in-place asphalt. Th previously covered under the Work Senior Christian Endeavor every :

blanket extends from elevation I't men's Compensation Act," Wall Monday evening at 7:30.

almost at the water's edge on th stated, "and while it is known that The public is very cordially invited

lake slope of the levee, over th quite a few of these have retired to worship in the Community

crown and to a point two feet belo\ from business for some reason or ..

the crown elevation on the landwar another, we also know that a great Church ..

side. many are willfully violating the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Across the section of open lak law. I

from Pelican Bay to Port Mayaca "The Workmen's Compensation "The Friendly Church"

where lack of fore shore prevent Law requires that employers oi Corner Ventura and Central Avenues

the planting of trees and shrubs t three or more workers carry com Services Every Sunday: Open to the Public

break the wave action during storm pensation insurance to compensate Sunday School at 9:45. a. m. B. _,
some method is being sought t< their workers Injured in the per
J. Herring, Supt.
blanket the levee and prevent excessive formance of their duties or to furnish
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
erosion. The two experimental commission with satisfactory -
the
B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m. A. H.
areas are expected to show whicl proof of their financial ability
:
Davis
Herman
King, director. Mrs
materials will be th< .jIi
of the two to: pay such compensation or to reject
most effective and the most prac the act entiiely. Failure to associate.
Evening Preaching at 8 p., m. Ii
tical. of the
:omply with the provisions Midweek service every Wednesday -
maximum penalty of
carries a
aw
evening at 8 p. m.

Beardsley Attends fSOO.OO and a year's imprisonment."Any W. M., S., each 2nd and 4th Tuesday -

liable employer who re- at 3:30 at the church, Mrs. A _'' Moderate Green Fees
iects or elects not to operate under
Gainesville Meeting
R. Broadfoot, president.
:he Workmen's Compensation Act The public is cordially invited to Exceptional Fairways _.
jy giving proper notice, to the com-
J. E. Beardsley left "Wednesdaj nission as provided under the law attend all services., Interesting Greens :_:

for Gainesville to attend a meeting nay not in anysuit brought against

of the State Agricultural Land Us< aim by an employee to recover dam- PRESS ASSOCIATION TO

Planning Committee to which ht iges for injury or death, defend MEET IN ST. AUGUSTINE

was appointed effective June 15 iuch a suit on the grounds that the
This is the first meeting of the njury was caused by the negligence St. Augustine -(FNS)- Dates

committee since his appointment. if a fellow employee, nor that the for the annual Fall Convention of

The committee is made up ol iinployee assumed the risk of his the Florida' State Press Association
have been set for November 9, 10
from widely separated that the injuryras
five men imployment, nor
'11 at St. Augustine. FAMOUS HOME5 IN HISTORY
and ,
points in the state and Wilmon \ due to the contributory negll- '
President Carl Hanton of the Ft-
Newell of the University Extension ;once of the employee."It .
Service is chairman of the commit is to the advantage of every Myers News-Press announced the
date last week as being convenient
mployer in the State of Florida
tee.The meet for those who desire to attend the
purpose of the present o communicate with the commis-

ing which lasts, through today is to ion and clarify their status under, Georgia-Florida football game at Y
Jacksonville Saturday afternoon,
discuss documents dealing with he Workmen's Compensation Act.
Nov. 11. 4 ,
county agricultural land use plan r
the work in Columbia In addition to three interesting V IM '
ning; a report on :
county; procedure for developing business sessions, a local entcrtain-

a unified county program WITH THEChurches emnt committee is arranging an ,

and selection of a county in the elaborate entertainment program
announced that during the
and
which this can be
state in program
convention delegates will be royally 76e 4/ome of
carried out.
entertained at Mayor Fraser's Fountain

LAKE LEVELS WILL BE GI! 1 !G il! ""illIllhilIlli! ii'Illli'.! Illlll'iiiliIIC' li l l of Youth Marine Studios, the "HOME, SWEET' HOME1This ,;,
Florida Alligator and Ostrich Farm,
KEPT HIGHER SAYS NELSON OWN .)
ST., MARGARET'S CATHOLIC and will be given an opportunity YONR
the home of John
CHURCH was
in
of historic
to visit many points ?
.Carawan_ S. Engineer Nelson sub-office of the ClewistonU. stated Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor terest. I Howard Payne, author of one NOME

The St. Johns County Chamber t ('
of America's best loved
this week that while water is being Mass each Sunday morning a songs
provide banquet
through the Caloosahatchee the last Sun of Commerce will
discharged 8 o'clock, excepting
River at this time in an effort below day of the month when the time is and a at buffet one luncheon of the leading will be hotels served Let us help you achieve the security

to lower the lake elevations be 10:30.: at the Fountain of Youth, where and comfort of home of
will own
sixteen feet, no discharging Confessions are heard every Sat a your
folks will be personal
the
done when dry weather comes and urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 newspaper
the lake elevation will not be allowed and before all the Masses. guests of Mayor Walter Fraser,

if possible to prevent, to go Secretary John Dillon said.
at
Week-day Mass every morning The Florida Association of Pub
low as it did during the recent
as 7:30. licity Directors will hold its annual Federal
period. Clewiston Savings
drought
The maximum elevation of the Devotions in honor of Our Lady fall meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 8,

lake following the heavy summer of Perpetual Help are conducted at St. Augustine, and many of the

minimum before Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol members of this organization plan
rains was 16.2. The and Loan Association
the rains started was about lowed bv Benediction of the Most to remain over for the State Press

Blessed Sacrament. convention, Dillon said.
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