The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00777
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00777
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Restrictions And Weather Force Early Harvest Season Ending--!

Il Many Hear Coe's Address Golf Tourney Will 1 I .!

Reopen Tomorrow I

; i I At Inn Dinner On Friday Qualifying -for the Everglades I .i

i l Match Play tournament will, be" reopened I
I oI
I tomorrow at the
Three New Homes Golf Course, it was announced this I
FAMOUS AUTHOR DESCRIBES I week by Bob Bair, pro. The oI

EUROPEAN CONDITIONS Under Construction schedule for this tournament,' I :

I' upset by the severe cold I
well-known last month and qualifying was
Charles Francis Coe
: Palm i J. F. Tippey has just begun the continued at that time.
author and lawyer of West
construction of three new homes in Qualifying rounds may be play-
\ ;f Beach was speaker at the Democracy -
r? Day observance which took Clewiston, one for Otto Larsen: ed at any time through Sunday
mentioned in last week's paper March 17th. The
course is in
of dinner
the a arranged by
one for B. E. Herring and one for before ;
f condition than and the interest
1 a committee from local civic groups
R. M. Childress.The displayed for the past two
l and held at the Clewiston Inn
i Friday evening. Larsen home to post appro- weeks indicates a large number
ximately $5,000 is going ahead entries for the tournament.
f J. E. Beardsley, president of ,
rapidly. It, will be of frame con-
I V, the Kiwanis Club which gave up its
struction with wide siding
Vi i regular meeting for the Democracy cypress
and asbestos-cement roof. Floors BITTING PROPOSES
I ii Day dinner was master of ceremonies -
will be of hardwood. The home
h 11. and introduced the speaker -
I i will be 32 feet by 46 over-all with
.to the hundred or more guests. I I NEW FORMULA FORQUOTAJMOTMENT
living, room, dining room kitchen
Mr., Coe is a forceful speaker and
three bedrooms and two baths. A
i held the close attention of his
ten by twenty foot screened porch
i audience. His talk made more
i was will be built at one end and a
interesting by the fact of an extended -
I portecochere at. the other
[ I, European trip which he
: made last 'summer, visiting the The Herring home is to be builtin Clarence R. Bitting, presidentof

I ,, capitals of most of the European lot 15, block 173 on Royal Palm the United States Sugar Corporation

countries now involved in war. During Avenue. It will cost approximately at a hearing held by the Sugar
;I $3500 and will be 28 feet by 36 Division of the Agricultural
this visit he said he sensed
feet over-all with five rooms and Adjustment Administration at the
the desire of Europeans for peace
f l and the underlying fear of these bath an asbestos-cement shingle ex- St. Charles Hotel in New. Orleanson

j f i I same people for the war which' they terior and roof and plaster inter- Thursday and Friday of last ;

'f felt was imminent. He found ior. week proposed a new formula for

Europe dominated by a dozen The Childress home will be a the' establishment of sugar allot-

power-drunk men dictators and six-room bungalow to cost approxi- ments to processors.

I'II' their aides and he reported that mately $3500. It is a six-room This formula would allow

i : the Spanish civil war had been house of frame construction with producer who, waived all rights to

financed by Hitler Stalin and novelty'' siding and ,metal roof. It so-called benefit payments to markethis

'I Mussolini) working through Franco.' is located near the Catholic, churchon entire production and his partof

He saw Europe, seething on the Pasadena Street on lot 8 in the quota be allotted to others ,
i brink of war, but on his return to block 175. ''"- who did apply fo'r the benefits'con

t the United States' he "found peopleunwilling' ,. ,., sidering'the'factors'' *of- length-- 'of :

t 'to- believe that war could' C of, C Takes Cellar harvest season average' employee

a be imminent.He I earnings cost of production and

contrasted conditions there In Bowling LeagueThe the production of sugar per acre
,i with the United States where' he (Continued on Page 8) I

said Democracy Day should be 365
days every year for only in America greatest surprise of the Supt. S. A Graves
is a true democracy found. The week' in the bowling league was the

constitution of the United States triple win by the U. S. Sugar Co. Seeks Re-election,

said Mr. Coe, is the written con Commissary team from the Chamber
tract of every American with his of Commerce last night which J'r.

government. In this respect America brought them out of the cellar and S. A. Graves who is serving his '

f is different from other nations shoved the C. of C. into the place first term in office as County

and she must preserve this true they .vacated. Royal's also lost Superintendent of Public Instruc-

democracy where the ideals of three to the U. S. S. C. office team tion this week announces his 'can-

Christ are put into forms of government dropping them into sixth place and didacy for re-election subject to the I

urged the speaker who expressed raising the office team to third.In May Democratic primaries.Mr. .
the hope that Americansbe the games Monday night Moore Graves came to Hendry county
not swept off their feet by Haven took three from the Clewis- in 1929 and settled at Clewiston
propaganda. ton Realty and Development Cor- where he was employed by the ,

America should preserve its poration to strengthen their' positionin old Southern Sugar Company. After

democracy so that at the close of top place and the Merchants took two years he ,took up residence at 1
the two out of three from the High LaBelle and was cashier of the
European conflict warring: nations -
I. may look to America and School to stay in second place. The now. extinct Bank of LaBelle. Later I 1

<.v find it free from strife realizing Moore Haven team bowled the he became postmaster which office

MiJ ** that a, true democracy can exist highest score for a single game, he held approximately two'years.
only in ,a government that is "for, 841 pins and largest total for the In 1936 he was elected to the

of and by the people", concluded three'games, 2321 pins of the office he now holds. .
Mr. Coe. tournament during\ their match. Mr. Graves is a native of Arkansas

League Standings and was educated in schools
l The speaker was given an ova-
Team W. L.: ,Pet. and colleges of that state. He is
tion at"the close of his address.
Other numbers planned for the Moore Haven. .............. 12 3 .800 a past commander of American
Merchants .................... 12, 6 .667 Legion Post No. 93, Clewiston
program were omitted, so that Mr. I
Coe U. S. S. C.: ................ 9 6 .600 member of the Veterans of Foreign
; might return to West Palm
; Beach for a later, engagement. I I High School _.............. 11 10 .524 I Wars and enjoys a wide acquaintance
C. R. and D. ................ 9 9 .500 I over the county. '
Seated at the speaker's table Royal's ........................ 10 11 .476 He points with pride to an of- ,
with Mr. Coe and Mr: Beardsleywere Commissary... _....... 5 13 ..278C. fical audit for a four year period I
Mayor and'Mrs.. F. Deane Duff, of .. ... "" ending June 30, 1939 which was
C. : .............. 4 14 .222
.,. Representative and -Mrs. Elbert i! returned to his office with the
;';' Stewart S. A. Graves, chairman of I '- grade of "Excellent" stamped in
Billy Buster
Hendry county Democracy Day Dies; the remarks. A letter accompanying -
observance D. B. Cole of West
said that the cost of educa-
Palm Beach and Mrs. Beardsley. Was Oldest IndianWord tion per pupil in Hendry county '

1 schools was slightly less than the

1f f: Hull Is Candidate was brought to Fort Myers state average. If re-elected Mr. I

yesterday by W. Stanley Hanson Graves promises the same efficient

For Re-election agent of the Indian service that service as In the past. I

I II Billy' Buster 107-year-old Seminole
, I Indian patriarch had died at the Davidson AnnouncesFor
William T. Hull,' who this week Brighton reservation after sufferinga 'I
I 'enters :the to succeed himself
race stroke.
\ Billy Buster, at the time
d, I as Clerk of the Circuit Court Is a of his death was the oldest living Representative II I

i I member of one of the pioneer Seminole in 'Florida and had a -----,
i families of this county. He has great reputation among the Indiansas W. M.Davidson, who came. to
lived in what is now Hendry ,county a hunter I
! and tribal historian. LaBelle two years ago and who
for 35
years is a native of Bar-
Billy Buster who leaves
f a long said he has become established in
: tow and was educated In the public ,
line of
schools of Polk Seminole descendants, was business ,there, owns property,_ and
and Lee
; a member of the original Cabbage "is there to stay because, he likes
Mr. Hull is a World War veteran
Woods or Cow Creek branch of the place and the people," this
w and spent more than .
a year over- the Seminoles
and had lived his week announces himself a candi-
C seas. In making his announcement, entire life in Florida. He was one I date for'the office of representative (I I
he says, "I feel deeply appreciativeof of
Indians who fled into the .of Hendry county subject to the
the confidence
the people have 1 Everglades when
the government Democratic'primaries in May. '
shown in me in the 1 I
past and if
tried to '
move the Seminoles '
i to Mr. Davidson is a native of Santa
k they see fit to grant me another Oklahoma.
Longevity is not un- 'Rosa county.! In 'giving his qualifi-
.. term I pledge the same careful and usual
among the Seminoles cations
manyof for the office he seeks Mr.
efficient heretofore.service" as! I have given them living beyond the century Davidson said "I represented Santa I..

mark. Rosa and Okalpqsa counties'iu ,the! J,


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In the little town of Enterprise, Ala, is an elaborate monument

(inset) inspired by the lowly peanut. It was erected in honor of the s 7p Household News CHICKS r

boll weevil when that insect ruined cotton crops and brought peanut

raising into popularity. Since then !, No heavies.blood-cripples* the has been culls. 100 postpaid w
peanut industry expanded
for Prompt bblnment.
so rapidly that today 12 south Guaranteed
have total 1,887,000 Chouteau, St. Louis Mo.
ern states a of

.'' ;t\ : acres planted to peanuts, as shown on ,
< !' s the map above. The industry is high ,Lone Life and Rapid i
e chicks of unusual Llva-
\ ly promoted, and many new uses for : Feathering payment and plan.Uniformity. i:

the peanut are being catalogue and price list
I ,PikmlIe, ,P.O..Rockdale,Md.
a developed each year. i
ti 1 I ,' ;. "a In January the state Some Ideas for a Party leaf' rolls, brush very small balls .oJ .Y l
y the dough with melted butter and
of Virginia observed place three balls in each section of a of a Million
r r' Shur-r-re an' in the mer'ry month
its annual Peanut
greased muffin pan. Let rise until
o' Mar-rch it's St. Patrick's daywe're
Week. The ,
peanut light and bake in a moderately hot invested in
is honored each thinkin' of when we pass along. oven ((400 degrees) for about 20 of 91-day United a I
these ideas for
a party.
Y year by the Virginia- minutes. bills which had I
/ ; Parties seem to move along more ,
Carolina Peanut association. smoothly after a bit of.fun-and fun Angel Food Snowballs. price of 99.996, ..
Miss Emily it is to find an (Makes 16) only $40 income

Cross of Suffolk, Fa., & Irish Paddy's Pig /z cup milk months, or $3.08 a

.r a< (left) was queen. at your place at 2 tablespoons butter ,
( the table! Small 1 cup sugar f
f V? potatoes, 1 cup flour fI I

Q until 1 teaspoon baking powder

Wish bodies, make of .4:Vi egg teaspoon whites salt'' ;PAP! I

the pigs. For the ft teaspoon cream of tartar

head, fasten a large-round gum dropto 1 teaspoon vanilla
one end of each potato, with a Heat milk and butter to scalding swallow
toothpick. Make the snout froma point. Add sugar and dissolve. Sift throat ;q4 I
i.t4o.g A.A'1 !
flour, baking pow- raw? $
smalj drop pinched to the
gum '
.. .
r < sata' Y9w. der and salt and c04Il Let
proper shape, and fasten' it to the ,
combine with the d
head with a toothpick. Insert'whole f\. help
cloves for, "facial features." Cut milk and sugar aN- from

ears and a curly tail from ,jelly mixture. Beat. C'l4IIs ;
strings and fasten these in position well. Beat egg "1 1 I."J
whites until 5 5*
$ ( 'Y+isy': id '' Yy4': with toothpicks' too. Small gum fro add -= /L I,
drops, fastened to the body with ( ;"lJ z Drops 3 i iI
of tartar .
toothpicks, make the legs. cream :."" .. iI I I
and beat until the r ( I
Nut cups which look like Paddy's egg whites standup \y I

ar sx. .F L" clay pipe, can be made from marsh- in points. Fold Things
< mallows, green cellophane soda into the batter and add vanilla. Pour is of trivial import:

straws, and a bit of green ribbon. into 'greased muffin pans and bakein of character, the.

With a pair of sharp-pointed scis- a moderate oven (350 degrees]). man, these are
sors, hollow out the center of the for about 20 minutes. .
marshmallow slightly to form the
St. Patrick's Lime Pie.
bowl of the pipe. Tie a green rib- '.
; p (Serves 6) .
bon (with a jaunty bow) around the I
4 eggs (separated) GOOD
pipe bowl, and insert a cellophanesoda %

sipper low' in one side, for the 1 tablespoon cup sugar flour Relief of -
stem. --- to Sluggish Bowels
.. /t cup lime juice .
y These two think nil
party menus are I If you laxativesact
cut in shamrock
Pastry shapesand
planned for St. Patrick's day.. You'll baked all .vegetablo alike just laxative.try this
find other suggestions for parties of refreshing, invigorating. De-
Rind of one lime (grated)
sick headaches bilious spells'
kind in cook book
every my "Easy Green vegetable coloring associated with .constipation.
Entertaining." a 2Sc NR from your
salt. : Make
Vz teaspoon the test then
, '. Menu I 1 baked pie shell the box,to us. We will

f Chicken Salad in Lettuce Cups Beat the egg yolks until thick and : .,
Hot Cloverleaf Rolls Potato ChipsSt. light-colored. Mix % of :the .e ..
's By this year the peanut harvest has become so great that a serious; '
Patrick's Lime Pie
and the flour, add lime juice
. problem faced more than 30,000 southern farm families who depend Beverage and sugar grated rind, and combine with F

on the crop for their livelihood. Organized aid teas provided through Menu II the egg yolks. Cook until thick, Virtue

special producer-consumer drives, the latest in a series to move surplus Shamrock SaladSt. over very low heat, 'stirring constantly. repentance for the

farm products, by independent merchants and by the rapid distribu Pat's Hats Small Sweet Pickles Cool. Add just >;enough green the angel virtue

tion system of food chain stores. Angel. Food Snowballs : coloring to tint the filling slightly. : .-:.Bulwer Lytton..
Beverage : Add'salt to egg whites and beat.until

green and White Mints Salted Nuts 'stiff; gradually add the remaining

Refrigerator Cloverleaf Rolls. Vi cup of sugar, and beat untiLvery 'AT A PRICE _
; Blad Value of 4 rt
(Makes 3 dozen) ,stiff. Fold into the yolk mixture and Chromo Steel 11 IP
baked Place 10 double edge Blades IUU
.pour into ,pie'shell. ,
2 cups water (boiling)
..pastry shamrocks on 'top. Bake in :
and 1
% cup teaspoon "sugar
a moderately hot oven (415 degrees) 10-40
1 tablespoon salt '
..for 5 to,7 minutes, or until the, fillingis
6 tablespoons shortening (part. Cool.
butter for flavor) ...set., St. Pat's .'Hats.' the Corrupter

2 cakes yeast :. both the re
Using'a'large-round slice of bread
J/i cup water .(lukewarm) (buttered) for"a brim, build; up a giver.-Burke. '.
2 eggs (beaten) hat crown with a
8 cups flour '
layereach of
Mix together the boiling water, S- 'Today's popularity
tunafish salad of Doon's Pills, after.
)& cup, sugar, the salt, and shorten-, ter and sliced tomato many years of worldwide -
Sgjr .. ing. _Cool slightly. Dissolve yeast i- use surely must
; placed be- 1 be accepted evidence.j
: as
and 1 teaspoon sugar in the lukewarm tween 3 smaller j satisfactory use. t-
water, and add to the first' bread r And favorable publicopinionsupports
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: <; % ? ; i?; : circles. that
/m ; r r /,, i'r a mixture.: ... Add eggs and half: of the I -.., -;.'. Stick. a .toothpick of the able' physicians
: flour. Beat well. Add remaining down through who test the value ofDoan's

F ,/ flour and mix thoroughly. center., Spread laboratory under conditions.exacting,

Place dough in greased bowl, entire sandwich with green-tinted too read, approve, the objective every) word of
grease the top lightly and cover the cream cheese. Add ''green pepper recommend Doan's Pills
bowl. Store in refrigerator. Before' hat band. Chill. .Serve shredded ,'treatment for disorder
;# / : u..,...."' M-iJj.J; ; <:tion and for, relief' of
3'dit using, let the dough stand at room, lettuce. it causes. ,
q temperature to warm up, before 'were aware of how the
This CookBook Is Hostess ::!
a -
Several remove waste
yearsago American scien-. shaping the rolls. To shape clover-: ,Handbook:! in the blood without in
tists began would be better '
experimenting to find un-
If entertaining has been a problem the whole body.suffers
new uses for the peanut, thus reducing and diuretic medica-
than let
rather a pleasure, Eleanor often'eQ1ployed.
the ruinous surplus. To datethey've I Are "left-overs" a problem in Howe's booklet, "Easy Entertaining or too frequent urina.

found'300 such uses, including I your household? They needn'tbe ," help ,you. In it she gives y'ou suffer of disturbed nagging kidney back

'a peanut base face powder I There are clever unusual party menus; and recipes for, almost ? attacks of diz
(above) and a holiday occasion. She gives nights swelling, pufli-
very satisfactory ways of using them. Next every -feel weak nervous,
.shaving-cream. .(upper left). But Eleanor Howe will give you some you, too, pointers on how .to, enjoy
peanut butter of which the U. S. of her own favorite recipes and your parties with your guests.. To has. It won is better world-wide to rely De on-
get your copy of this clever'cook ; less favorably
consumes 25,000,000 pounds suggestions for using odds and
annually -
book now, send 10 cents in coin to: tlighborReplaces /
,is still No. 1 the list. ends of vegetables .and
on Ask meats'
1A "Easy Entertaining; care of Eleanor
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; / : \ .tl e"/ellowat. the left if it's good! and even a hint or .two for using '. Howe* 919 N. Michigan Ave.,

We think too. '-. ,I 'stale, cake and pie.. Chicago, Ill.

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: il Zealous Photographer Excess Weight IMPROVEDUNIFORM INTERNATIONAL ASK ME A Quiz With Answers

Was Looking Ahead ? Offering Information
! _
Ii Causes Heart I ANOTHER' n Various Subjects
had been taken at SUNDAY
Photographs Lesson .........
\ the wedding, and the happy pair Added Labor

I were assured that proofs would be By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D. 1. What are the catacombs of 2. No,_ ,the stars collectively
sent to them so that the best might Dean of The Moody Bible Institute Paris? represent the 48 states of the
, II be chosen for delivery. (Released by Western of Chlca Newspaper o. Union.) 2. Is it true that each star in Union. ;

: I Some days passed, and the By DR. JAMES W. BARTON our flag stands for an individual 3. "Arctic" is from the Greek

) looked-for envelope arrived. "(Released by Western Newspaper Union) state? arctos a bear, the reference being
Lesson for March 10 3. Why is the Arctic ocean so to the northern constellation of
i All agog, the young' couple smile as they speak
instead MANY named? the Great Bear.
opened the envelope.
II I of pictures of the bridal group they friend as acquiring, Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected 4. Where is the largest jail in I. 4. The largest jail is in Ward
or having acquired a "middle- and copyrighted by International the world? road, Shanghai, with accommodations
i were confronted with studies of a Council of Religious Education; used by ,
permission.GETHSEMANE. 5. How,did the word colony originate for than
:, two-months-old ,baby. aged spread" although he is in ? more 7,000 prisoners.

The bride nearly collapsed. So his early 30s. Asa : TRIUMPH The Answers
5. The Romans made settle
II did the bridegroom-when, on matter of fact, TODAY'SHEALTH THROUGH SURRENDER
1. Vast extending ments of men to cultivate the
looking at the back of one of the
J his individual under the city, formerly subterranean soil, these being known as colonia;
ij proofs, he read: "Please state LESSON TEXT Matthew 26:35-48.:
1,1 clearly when ordering which size or has aged hlmself GOLDEN TEXT-Not as I will,.,but as quarries which furnished hence the origin of the word col-
thou wilt.-Matthew 26:39. material for the city. '
building ony.
!1 you want, and how many. by a number ,
11 .- .
of years. Surrender .
::1 brings victory.
Aside from the natural disadvantages The world would say that our

1,1, of overweight statement is not true; surrender is By

which slow up the individu :the mark of defeat. It is..the'final HOW- SEW RUTH WYETH

I C COLDS'MUSCULAR ACHES S chapter in a story, of struggle SPEARS
AND NASAL MISERIES al's physical activities, one against impossible circumstances,

i of the more serious results is against a stronger power and finally - - - - -

he; increase in blood'pres- of giving up to accept the bitter book contains an assortment of
Count on Penetro.Call your druggist ure. It has long been said that a' sorrow subjection and sometimes curtains; slip covers; household

I right away and order a jar of man is as old as his arteries, mean destruction. But again we say, the furnishings; rag rugs; toys; gifts
white Penetro.Be prepared '
stainless, in those times when ing that as the arteries (bloodves- way of strength is through surrender and novelties for bazaars. Books
\ minutes to save minutes count just everything in sels) lose some of their elastic tissue for we speak of the spiritual may be ordered one at a time at

1 comfort'and in'added rest which is the loss is made up by hard or' ,realm and of our ,relationship to 10 cents each; but if you enclose
I one of nature's own'greatest aids infighting nonelastic tissue. As blood cannot God: Here there is no victory until 40 cents with your order for four

a cold. Get Penetro today. be pumped into a hard resisting there is surrender. In fact, the books (Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4) you
i ube as easily as into one that is measure of victory is the degree of will receive a FREE set of three

oft, and elastic, the heart has to surrender. Full submission to quilt block patterns 'of Mrs.

use that much more pressure to Christ means complete triumph for Spears' Favorite Early American
I' push blood onward. the Christian. The Lord Jesus does designs.

I'i This means more not ask His disciples to walk a way rX2"BOAROTC Send orders to:
i Good Friends wear and tear on which He has not trod-Himself. He H-TACK OSET WITH THE A I

j: You may depend upon it that the heart. went the way of full surrender to CURTAIN INSIDE MRS. RUTH WYETU SPEARS
II he is a good man whose intimate Even when the the will of God in the garden of Drawer 10
friends are all good, and whose blood vessels have Gethsemane. We observe five WHY not build cupboards at Bedford Hills New York

enemies are characters decidedly not lost their elastic things about this way of "triumph side of a pair of win Enclose 10 cents for one book, or
bad. Lavater.Creomulslon. 40 cents for four books and set of quilt
dows and comfortable seat between
: tissue, excess weight through surrender. It was a block patterns.'

makes it necessary I. A Way of Sorrow (w. 37, 38). ? This takes very little Name: ................................
r for the heart to push He was exceedingly sorrowful space and adds useful storage Address ....................... .....
Relief At last more blood through unto death. It was not an easy thing room; as well as a cozy place to
the blood vessels that the Saviour did 'as He fulfilled sit. The cupboards are hidden by

and the pressure the will of God the Father in the hinged curtains that are a part of

1 For Your Dr. Barton needs must be higher garden. We know.that no man ever the general window treatment. LIME STONE
; Cough sorrowed as He did on that day, for The chintz for the valance and

In Proceedings of Life Extension only He bore the sins of the world. seat pad is in tan, yellow and blue-

4 relieves promptly because Examinations. H. A. Ley says: There is, however, a lesson here green. The blue-green edges the
it goes right to the seat of the
curtains and valance and is used
I trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm "As age increases and its accompanying -. for us who are His disciples. If
,l I increase secretion and aid nature to take in the this is the road the Master trod, also for the two cushions. The
changes place
j soothe and heal raw,tender,inflamed should not His servants tread it still? frilled glass curtains are clear yel
it is well known that increase
bronchial mucous membranes. body, an
low. The closet curtains tacked
No matter how many medicines you in weight will usually be related II. A Way of Self-Denial (vv. 39,
to be
I'' have tried, tell your druggist to sell to an increase in tension of 42, 44)). a hinged arm may swung
you a bottle of Creomulsion with the he bloodvessels increased blood Self-denial does not consist in depriving back just as you would open a door.
: understanding that you are to like one's self of little cherished NOTE: Mrs. Spears has pre
pressure. After a reduction in weight some
the way it quickly allays the cough
or you are to have your money back. of 5 per cent or more, the blood luxury. It means the denial pared four booklets for our read PULVERIZERSO
pressures of a group of 3,516 applicants of self, namely, that self-will is ers containing a total of 128 thrifty
I CREOMUlSIONi homemaking ideas with step-by- Built in 5 sizes to meet your
for life insurance were reduced put aside and God's will is supreme.It ;
i for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis despite the fact that the ap- was no "easy ,thing for Jesus step' illustrated directions. Each needs exactly. Pulverizes from 2to

licants were then five years older to carry out the Father's' will and 15 tons per hour,lowest prices.

ncreases in weight showed greater to go to the cross. He was submissive Terms Arranged
[ A Gentleman increases in blood pressure than i, to that will; yet in this hour Talking of LionsIt MIDWEST PULVERIZER SALES

: Somebody has said that a king might be attributed to advancing of anguish in the garden, when the can be said that when a tamer Bt. Anne, IllinoisVESPER

t may make a nobleman, but he age. Loss of weight in people of unspeakable horror of what lay really wants to "put the wind up"

cannot make a gentleman.-Edmund normal weight produced greater reductions ahead almost overwhelmed His soul, one of his animals, he does it with

Burke. than did similar losses in it means much' to say, 'Not as I a chair. Just,an ordinary kitchen

the overweight. Gain in weight will but as thou wilt' (Dr. B. L. chair! There is something about TEA
the normal Olmstead). It may be a hard thing
among weight persons those four wooden legs pointing at
showed less increase in blood pressure to do, but by His grace we too him that seems to make a lion

WOMfN yf40S": than similar gains among the may say, "Thy will be ,done." think twice. In fact, some train

, overweight." III. A Way of Loneliness (vv. 36, ers don't know why their animals

,. 37 40 41 43).
obey them. There has been a lot
I Read This Important Message! There were three disciples with said about the superior mind of

I' Do you dread those "trying years" (38 to Epilepsy and ,Him as He entered the garden, and man over the animal, but many
) 62)7 Areyou getting moody, cranky and their very presence reminds us how circus men believe that lions obey
, NERVOUS? Do you fear hot Sashes,weakening ENTOth.rM-
dizzy spells? Are you jealous of attentions Routine TreatmentA very much alone Jesus actually was. because they don't quite know ;
other women get? THEN LISTEN There were twelve with Him in th what would happen if they didn't! J
These symptoms often result from female
functional disorders. So start today and take LTHOUGH attacks of epilepsy upper, room, but one went out into The trainer carries blank shots I YOUR IDEAr.ri..i 1 .
famous Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com the darkness to Him. Eleven
be in
L betray
, pound. For over 60 years Pinkham's Com can prevented entirely in his revolver. Blanks make a "SctUnc an Invention.". Folly explain many
pound has helped hundreds of thousands of many cases, and can be reduced in came with Hun to the gate of the lot of noise and frighten the lion Interesting. points to Inventors. Reasonable fees

days.grateful Pinkham's women to has go "smiling helped calm thru"unstrung difficult number and severity in others, garden, but only three came into if he gets a bit dangerous; a real :, deferred Wnt to VICTOR payments J.EVANS forty-two; &CO.years',RtyvttrtA experience.Patent
nerves and lessen annoying female funo there are still some cases in which the garden with Him. Even they bullet would only infuriate him if ACtorM1541.B Victor Bide.,Washington,D.C.
tiorfal"irregularities." One of the mott effee* attacks usual could all the with Him.
the not
tive "woman's" toniC Tru ill occur despite routine I go way it didn't kill.
treatment. This trea'ting.is the He prayed and agonized alone, and ,And wild animals are very dif
cutting" down on all starch foods and the three who were near at hand ficult to kill. A tiger which had PHOTOJILBra
..... ,
, III To Succeed on all liquids, increasing the amount failed, Him and slept through the turned on its trainer has been -- mm

The success of most things depends of fat foods, and the daily u'se of dark hour when He most needed known to run for 50 yards with and Boll two d.T.lop(r...NO..ICJ..nlmrir with<8 niuiU prtati ()WLY i phot
16 print
upon knowing how long it phenobarbital the dose prescribed their fellowship in sympathy and seven bullets in vital spots before or with.ch roll -
l will take to succeed.-Montes ay the physician. prayer. finally collapsing. Waofi Pinto Shap-U Croat.Wit

advise Alone? If the Master had to walk
Physicians are often asked to
and whether the way of surrender alone, let no
young men women
quieu.WHilE' it would be wise to marry when Christian expect that it will be

THEY LAST! there is a family history of epilepsy. otherwise for him. Let us thank
This is often difficult because epilepsy God for every blessing of true fellowship

is sometimes caused by injury but let us not be surprised ,
and there may be the history of if we are often called to walk alone

but one, case as far back as the -with God.
II1/lfailDJfl) family history can be traced. IV. A Way of Betrayal (vv. 45, 46).
:, "He is at hand who doth betray
I Epilepsy History Traced.Dr. me" "into the hands of sinners."

L W. G. Lennox, Dr. F. A. Gibba One feels that the cup of the Master
6" and Erna L. Gibbs, Boston, in the is already overfull without adding
THE LATEST SONG HITS Journal of the American Medical betrayal by one of His own, but
SWING AND DANCE TUNES Association, state that although the there it is, a dark and tragic reality.
' Crosby Sisters Dorsey,, Shaw Waller, Clinton and many, Andrews opinion that heredity is an important No one of us will ever know such

others. Every Record Perfect. You influence in epilepsy is wide* a betrayal as that of our Lord, but
Demonstrators get 24 Hits, 12 of Samples.the latest 10 records. spread, only one epileptic person in ''I'' we do face similar crises as we go

SEND NO MONEY five is able to name any relatives on in a life of devotion to God's
: Jnst Don't pay postman Delay. Limited 81.OO pins hupply.postage. who had or has epilepsy. By means will. We do well to remember ,the
Only nt to a customer of electric equipment they were able experience of Christ that we be not
I M. & A. RECORD CO. to record on paper the brain waves overwhelmed by the treachery of SWITCH
I 11 303 5th Ave. (Dept. 108) N.Y.Clty of 128 persons-parents or children men and that we prepare ourselves 1JlVflil

of 78 persons with epilepsy, and 50 to meet it with the power and grace
'I healthy persons. of our God.V. TO SOMETHING
i Flower and Die A Way of Divine Fellowship 0 t1
I Vain glory may flower but will "Definitely abnormal records or and Blessing (vv. 39, 42). YOU'LL LIKE!
never bear seed.-Spanish prov tracings were obtained in 54 per C 0 "
l erb. cent of the relatives epileptics The way,of surrender is a glorious -
and delightful way to go. But,
against 8 per cent in the 50 healthy
t I II some one may ask, have we not
persons (control group), who were S Copr. 1940 by Kellocc Company
been talking of sorrow, self-denial, tE
not related to epileptics. In 46 of
loneliness and betrayal? Yes, but fl
r AT the families records made
COOOOIUO were ... ..- .u'_
these things become the ,. "
\ of both parents. In 28 per cent both even may ...,. t.n ."
of blessing if God is in them.
parents and in 94 per cent at least means -- o.\G\. l. -
one parent had abnormal records." Though no man stood by our Lord _1\\E., "'I' "'. .' .. -- KellbggsinBattleCreeft
I in His experience in Gethsemane, __ "
From the above records these << ---
.research the Father was there. Jesus talked 1f:1I. JRoj/l
l workers believe that the abnormal with Him, prayed to Him, trusted __

rhythm or regularity oJ Him, yielded fully to His will, and M..U.M. ""'" "iil

brain waves is "inheritable" and the result was peace and blessing.We .
. : may represent a predisposition to read in Luke 22:43 that an angel
epilepsy or similar ailments. also came and strengthened Him.

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Clewiston News Prayer-Mrs. Cornette. heartily appreciated. the best of my knowledge to give the district will help me In repre
The Thanks, : efficient service to all the people of senting it 'on the county board.
Hymn. Hendry county, and would greatly If elected. I will give the district
Italians-Mrs. Miller. R. M. (BOB) HARRIS. appreciate a full term in office. the best service of which I am
If elected Tax Collector, I promisea capable. ,
Published every Friday In Clewiston Prayer-Mrs. Simmons. faithful and efficient administra- I will appreciate your v te'and
Florida, by the, CLEWISTON' NEWS, Solo-Mrs. Garrison. support.
vote and support
will be
appreciated -
Deaf-Mrs. McLeroy. G. E. ETHERTON ._ .
take this means to announce thatI
KEATHLEY: BOWDEN, Editor Chinese Mrs. Walker; Mrs. am a candidate for the office of R. N. MILLER.
Hanna. S County Judge for Hendry county,
J subject to the Democratic Primary FOR ASSESSOR OF TAXES '
I Prayer-Mrs. Robison. ;. .- in May. .
I ,
Entered as second class mail matter I hold degrees of bachelor of laws FOR TAX COLLECTORI
February 1, 1927," at the Post Office In Hymn. bachelor of arts, and bachelor of I hereby announce myself a candi-
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of science (lawyer, teacher, engineer). date for re-election to the office of
March 3, 1887.Subscription. Offering. [ have been an accountant for the wish to announce myself a can- Assessor of Taxes, Hendry County,
didate for the office cf Tax Collector Florida subject to the Democratic
I United States Steel
Benediction. I 1 have been Corporation.Commissioner I Hendry county subject to the Demo- primaries in May, 1940.!
a Hendry County -
cratic primaries In May. If re-elected I promise to conduct
Rate $2.00 Per Year. for six years 19271932. the
.I affairs of the office In the
am now completing my second same
Thus, specially qualified by education -
TENNANT APPOINTED I term as school board member cf Fair. Impartial and Efficient manner
Advertising Rates On Application. and experience. I am ready to Felda and Denaud district, I have strived to do in the past.
an office
give the people of IIendry county an Your
vote and support will bo
Mark Tennant of Miami has been I honest, efficient, intelligent, businesslike I and have faithfully.tried to fill conscientiously greatly appreciated. -

Devoted to the advancement and welfare named by Governor Cone to suc- 1 1 judge.. administration as your county My qualifications: include high DENNIS SMALL. '

of Clewiston ,and Hendry County. ceed James H. Franklin of Brigh- Sound administration of the peo- school and college training and
ple's affairs requires capable officers several years spent doing commercial JO
ton on the Everglades drainage On this basis. I submit that I am bookkeeping.
district commission. Franklin's term the logical candidate, and I will If elected, I promise the people a FOR REPRESENTATIVE

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. expired last June, out he has con- appreciate Sincerely your vote and support. careful Your, vote efficient and administration.support will be

tinued to pending appointmentof appreciated. In announcing my candidacy for
serve SELDEN L. STEWART.FOR re-election to the office of State

a successor.Is MRS. HOMER TAYLOR. Representative from Hendry county
RAMBLINGS subject to the Democratic primaries
I in May. I earnestly solicit the sup-
By B. B. COUNTY JUDGE, HENDRY port of every citizen. If elected. I
COUNTY, FLORIDAAt FOR shall continue to represent the
Your Subscription Paid? COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTI : coun-
ty in all matters coming before the

.:NS.ti NNNNN1NN N NON N N NNNN I NNN, :. N) from every the request part of of Hendry many County citizens I wish to announce to the voters of form legislative of government branch of to our the Democratic very best

hereby announce myself a candidatefor Hendry for county that I am a candidate -I of my ability. I shall be glad to discuss -
the office of
Year the office of County Judge of superIntendent I with any one such matters of
Well, speaking of Leap of public instruction in the'
legislation as they interested
"Candidates- Hendry county Florida, subject to are in.
May Democratic .
you Never Can Tell! It looks likea the action of the May Democratic have lived Hendry primaries.I My campaign will be based on the
county mostof
bumper crop of weddings, doesn'tit primaries. I'was duly admitted to my life: have been teacher and merits involved In the office and ,
will have
ATTENTION! the practice of law in this state in principal in schools of Hendry, Lee no connection with other
? April 1917 and I have continuously and Glades counties for 16 years-12 county offices or candidates.
,* followed this vocation since except
, of them In LaBelle. I hold a life
WE HAVE THE LATEST for the time I was in the United graduate state certificate and life ELBERT L. STEWART.
:: a
No wonder we keep on building
COMPLETE PUBLIC ADDRESS I States Army during the World War.If first grade certificate and am a
: --- - -
houses. We need lots of placesto nominated and elected, my only college graduate with the degree of JO
SYSTEMFor I promise is a square deal to all according Bachelor of Science in Education.
put all these people. to law and common sense.I If elected
as your superintendent
I Rent at Reasonable Rates am not the candidate of any clickor I promise' a conscientious, faithful gin a /zapp & /11IiJ1.
members have faction but I am the candidate of and efficient ,administration.I ...
: The Garden Club CLEWISTON'RADIO the people who want a County will appreciate ,your vote. and
been doing a lot of trekking lately Judge who knows the law and will support. '
honestly and faithfully discharge the
and if they learn something on ELECTRIC CO. duties of the office. NELL H. JACKMAN.

every trip, we can expect great Your vote and Influence is respect-

things from them in the future. PHONE 104'PAID fully solicited. -

t.' A lecture in Palm Beach and one LOUIS O. GRAVELY.FOR FOR SHERIFFI ...

}." in Pahokee, not to speak of flower
hereby announce myself a candi-
. shows, past and present. TAX' COLLECTOR date for the office of Sheriff of Hendry s

6 Last week we attended, for the county, subject to the Democratic f 4a
primaries to be held in May.
first time, the flower 'show of the TO THE VOTERS' OF HENDRY I will appreciate your vote and
F I.. Palm Beach Garden Club in the I am taking this opportunity of support.

r Society of the Four Arts building. announcing that I am seeking the W. T. MADDOX.FOR f.
, office of county tax collector In the ,
It was a magnificent display and May Democratic primaries. To my

shows what can be done if you friends and to those of you who
.5 I know me I say simply that I am In SHERIFFI
t' know how and have money, regardless the race. To the 'many to whom I

s of freezing weather or This Space Reservedfor am a stranger, I would like to add
," that I have lived at Sears 14 years, wish to announce myself a can- I
: what not. We were rather surfeited that I am a native of LaFayette didate for re-election to tho office .

t. with orchids, diamonds and county, a graduate of its schools and of Sheriff of Hendry county, subject .
that I have been in the employ of to the Democratic primaries in May.
: gold when we left and glad tot the Standard Lumber Corporation for I am making this race solely on my
get back to ordinary beauty. With the past 25 years. record of law enforcement and fair
If fit to elect I dealings to all, and I assure the
you see me pledgea people I '. ,
:' the exception of the orchids Clew- faithful and honest service. To one of Hendry county that the poli- 70.; <>
I Y iston could put on just as pretty a B. E. HERRING and all, I shall feel honored to have cies of this office will not change. (;!!I ;
vote and
t your vote and support. support will be appreciated "
display of flowers, and we dare Sincerely, :: ':

anyone to deny it. We hope tot. f$'
G. R. HATCH. H. L. DELANEY. 4Clewiston
see the local club have a flowerS FOR TAX ASSESSORThis M I

show within the next few years, I

t.f when it feels big enough and well-\ Is to announce that I am a FOR TAX COLLECTORTO FOR, COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1', b"t :,
' candidate for the office of Tax assessor .f DISTRICT '1 -
established enough to attempt it. I for Hendry county subject to the ... ....
The flowers are here-and all we Democratic primaries in May.If THE CITIZENS OF HENDRY
f1-: elected. I promise to fulfill the COUNTY: I wish to announce that I am a Federal'"
need is the organization. Our callas duties of this office faithfully and I hereby announce that I am a candidate for county commissioner.
; candidate for Tax Collector for Hendry District ,1, subject to the May Demo-
but not conscientiously and
pretty quite give every prop-
are just as ,
f:'" erty owner a square deal.I county, subject to the Democratic cratic primaries. Savings and Loan
'/ as numerous-our roses are as will appreciate your, vote and primaries in May. I have been a resident of Clewiston -
I am your present Tax Collector for eleven and feel that
> pretty, except we do not have quite support.
having been appointed to said officeon my long experience as a resident Association
as many varieties. We even have H. E. (BERT) O'BRIEN.. April 11, 1939. I have tried to property owner and business man in I

hollyhocks, which were among ,the

most striking flowers there.
CIRCUIT CLERK: .;";":-:":"?-:":": :":":":";":":";";':':"?': :":":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
The flower show idea is a real .:::"...........................................................:..:..:--:..:..: .:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..)..
;i challenge to the Garden' Club, and
r we hope'something will be done FRIENDS OF HENDRY COUNTY: :._ At

about it. I wish to announce my candidacyfor .'..'. ._.:t:
re-election to the office of Clerk AA
of the Circuit Court. In making this
** ;
W.M.S. Observes Day announcement I wish to express my. .:::=:
appreciation for the support and con YV ENJOY AN AA
fidence given me in the past. / YY AA

I,:? Of Prayer At Church During the time I have' been Clerk, .. k.t.
I have done my best to administer the .i'..

t*< affairs like manner.of I this promise If office you to in see give a fit business-the to'best reelect I ::1:: ; t:' ALL ELECTRIC I -:.,, : :;::::

me .
v' The Day of Prayer is being observed service of which I am capable. j :::: : ,: ++

by Society the Baptist with an Womans all-day. Missionary serviceat WILLIAM 'T. HULL. I t I :() : ; HOME ,;' ::)' = 1=1

the church today. .
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.t..t. : ; \ :1' : ;.. 7 :
4;; The for the day of I : '._ -.','! : program FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE ...t. ,,';"':' :'!':tt ';" r .S..s.
prayer was arranged by Mrs. B. E. LEGISLATURE OF TilE STATE I ++ ':" :! ,:, ',-, AlP' : : ,. .: :SS.:

Herring, assisted by Mrs. V. C.. or FLORIDAI .S..t. I .S..S.ttv
Woodward and is of X
part a general
hereby announce myself a can- .... t t
;'.: observance of the day by Baptist didate for the office of Representative .
churches of the South.A in the Legislature of the state, ** Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :;::;: ,

covered dish luncheon, plannedby of Florida to the from action Hendry of the county May Demo subject :;::;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :;::;: '

E.a Nail committee and Mrs.composed R. C. Nowling of Mrs.C. ., cratic fully experience qualifies primaries.as a me member I for feel the that of position that my body past I :i::;: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- **

is being served at noon. seek. If elected. I promise to honestly :.t..t.::: ly and II :t.t.
and faithfully represent the entire +_ + economlca y. f:::

The following is the program: county to the very best of my ability. ..tOOt... ..s...S.t..t. .

Morning Session Your vote and influence Is most .!o.t. .t..t.
earnestly solicited., One will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast ::
; or
zS Hymn-"How Firm a Founda- Respectfully, ::: penny f ;

t: tion.Talk-Mrs." A. R. Broadfoot. AV. M. DAVIDSON. *:;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :;::;:

Devotional-Mrs. C. M, Allen. :;::i: your radio for most 'of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is *:;:

:+:' Lord's Hymn. Prayer. 1 FOR COUNTY PUBLIC SUPERINTENDENTOF INSTRUCTIONFour .:;t::;t: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :_..;:.:.!.:. .

The Indian-Mrs. Herman Davis. I years ago the people of this VV A

Prayer for Work among the I'County county nominated Superintendent me to of the Public office Instruction of- :;::;: That 'is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home ::::

.,;,- Indians.Spanish Speaking People-Cuba, J given any by nominee the largest in the majority county ..t..t.!..!. that is all electric and mo d ern. :;s..:t::

primaries. This was an honor which tt AVY
r Mrs. Hodges. Mexico, Mrs. Broad- 1. deeply appreciate. During these tAVV

'. erick. years in office I have endeavored to yAVY
: I make a record which would be of vAVy
Prayer for Spanish Speaking People -I great benefit to the people of Hendry VAi
-Mrs. Blount. County. On this record I ask the
i:' Hymn. people to re-elect me as their County =i::!: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :i::

Superintendent In the May primaries. 7fA
:.' Mountain People Mrs. Wheeles. If reelected I shall continue consistent xx xx
efforts for' nine months term AA
': Prayer for Mountain Mission. for all the schools In the county, the .s..s.
Work. same careful business-like administration :!: ;:. ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ; ;
I"};. France-Mrs. Nelson. and to work for Improvementin :: ::::
our schools. Because of my knowl- _A AA
Silent Prayer for Heart Search- edge of the needs of the schools in fA AAyA
ing. all sections of the county It is logical AAv
that I am best qualified to render AA
Solo-Mrs. Garrison. most efficient service. I will sincerely :;::;: '' :;::;:
: of confidence
Negroes-Mrs. Blount. appreciate your expression ... ....
by retaining me as your County
k'-". Prayer for ingathering of Annie :I Superintendent. vA AIV AAVA AAVA

;; W. Armstrong offering, Rev. Mc I i I .i .2.2ji
: Leroy.

-'.":'.:' Benediction.Hymn.Afternoon Session I hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself JUDGE a candidate !- 1 I I II II il? Glades Power and Light Co. if

\ Devotional-Mrs. Thomas. I for the office of County Judge': I
Lord's Prayer. for Hendry county, subject to tI't'1 i iI .y Vy.s..i.
I I democratic Primaries in I.lay I feel ': .s..t
) Hymn.: tl'it I um thoroughly,: qualified to Vy. .Vy- .. --
r, City l\Ussions-Mrs. Robison. fill this office and. if elected. I :: +

Rescue, Missions-Rev. McLeroy.j Sound promise Judgment to use Fair in all Impartial the affairsof and :!::s: ', :s::

Jews-Mrs. .Cor ette. this office. .)o"h'-; ; ;";">:": *:'-":";";";";";" "?- --:":--:":":--:":":":..:..:..:..:..:--:..:.:..: ..:.:.,:..:..:oJ.. ":":":oo"i":":":":":":":":":":":": ";.
Your vote and support will be x.-o x ... .....: : :+: ::+>-x"!: : : : :!x.\(...: .:....: : .........:!::: :: .... !


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Mrs. Theodora Yeomans, Herbert Tuesday '3:30 p. m. FOR SALE FOR SALE .

II O'Bannon and Mrs. Ernest Davisson Mid-week services Wednesday LOT 14, Block 505. Near R. R. .. :

r of LaBelle visited Mrs. C. W. 7:30 p. m. Station. Clewiston. Mis., ThomasH. POWER CANE l\IILL-Capaclty :
El J. 250-285 gallons juice per hour. .
Simmons Monday.Mr. Dawson 827 11th Street North
THE CLEWISTON COMMUNITYCHURCH Cheap for quick, cash sale. Mrs. n:::

!IffI St. Petersburg, Florida. Mary Hancock, San Antonio, Fla. 'i
I; and Mrs. Jerry Cato and t

baby Frances, of Miami, visited
Mr. and Ii relatives and friends here over the ... ,
in Bible school meets at 9:45, Mr. '
Wednesday and Thursday Tampa. week-end.
!i: B. C. Flaniken is superintendent. Re-eieoi U. S, Senators r'

I Walter Stewart and Al Johnson I Worship hour begins at 11:00a.
Ii I Miss Bertha Gram, Mrs. D. M. .
m., J. E. Beardsley is choir
I were Miami visitors Saturday. Draughn, Mrs. Carr Settle, and
director and Mrs. J. H. Doty is
/! ----- Mrs. J. M. Couse of Moore Haven pianist. n

Mrs. Maud Hare was a visitor and Mrs. George Yon of South Bay
t ij in Fort Pierce Saturday. attended the Ladies Aid benefit The Sermon theme will be "The We believe that he will "
Reign of Law."
party at the O. A. Jones home Wed- make a governor of whom
I:: Bill Wilhoit of Miami spent a few nesday afternoon. The C. E. Society meets on Mon-

I:: days in Clewiston this week. day at 7:30 p. m., Lee Pridgen is the entire state will be
10II /
i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse, Mr. President and Florence Graham is proud. Citrus Industry

I:1! Mrs., C. Nelson, Mrs. O. C. Landon and Mrs. S. C. Stalls, Miss Bertha the program leader. .

r and :Mrs. L. C. :Miller were visitors Gram and C. V. Parkinson of Moore The Ladies Aid met on Thurs- Magazine.

i : in West Palm Beach yesterday.Mrs. Haven, Mrs. Homer Taylor of FeldaS. day at 3:00 p.m. at the church. CHARLES 0. ANDREWS

A. Graves of LaBelle and D. Mrs. W. C. Prewitt was the hostess
Ii J. L. Scott of Weirsdale is (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING)
B.. Cole of West Palm Beach were and Mrs. Kent Pendleton was the

r the guest of her sister Mrs. Gratton 'I'I''I out-of-town visitors who attendedthe program leader.

:: George. Democracy Day celebration at

!1 ----- the Clewiston Inn Friday evening. A and BSANDWICH
,: A. R. Broadfoot was a business ,FOR RENT-Two sleeping rooms., ,
visitor in'Lakeland and Fort Pierce ANNETTE O'DAY OBSERVES SHOPHAM
Phone 76. F. L. Williamson. ,tf.
this week. FOURTH BIRTHDAY AT PARTY '. ': ""

': Miss Everlyn Hare and Arthur Annette O'Day's fourth birthdaywas SANDWICH SANDWICH10c .
I WANTED: To contact party who Try
; Martin spent Sunday, in Lake observed with a children's : 10c

Worth. party: Monday afternoon at the homeof visited my place, % mile off U.
: Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Day on S. highway 41. Feb. 9, and lookedat

: f Mrs. ,Blanche Turner and son, the, government reservation. power cane-mill. Mrs. Mary Han- CIGARETTES TOBACCOS CANDIES

Charles, spent the week-end with Roy Hatch and Don Terrell won cock. San Antonio, Florida.

11',1 i relatives in High Springs. I prizes in the party game of pinningthe ------ Bowl At The A 6 B Alleys

: tail on the donkey. A red and
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i i'1 Mr. and Mrs. George Crow are white color scheme was carried ou'tin FOR MODERN PLUMBINGSee ;>;;- ,-.- __ -_- 'H' .' ,- .'."." -. .'--',.:." -' ,
::1 1 spending the week-end in West the table decorations and ice

,1 i, Palm Beach. cream and birthday cake were ser- W. B''!: McCOLLUM'''

;, ved. .. .. ." ..--
it Plumbing and Heating ", ,- ._ '0" .._. _
: : '-'
:)i Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Day and Attending were Bettye Carol Schult Apartments

I children are spending_ the weekend Flaniken, Bevoly Flaniken, Carol i CIe i1ston. Florida

I in Miami. Augur, Evelyn and Sarah Lee For The Best Food

'I ----- Dodge, Patricia Higgins, Gale Curry,

: I: :Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg Billy Broadfoot, Leonard Moore, For The Best Service

f and Miss Harriette Hayward were I Anita Cuttino, Roy Hatch, Connie OFFICE MACHINE SERVICECO. "

: 2: visitors Saturday in Palm Beach. Anne Davis, Emma Jane Ezelle and : : For The Best Prices
Don Terrell. J. B. AVILCOX
Typewriter and "
Adding Machine
Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. '\\'. H. Repairs and Service: '

Lanier, Miss Virginia Lawhon and MBS. BJESTOR HOSTESS AT TEA Also Signs of All. Kinds AMERICAN CAFE
Ilox 491J.I.
Mrs. R. M. Bishop were visitors Mrs. Horace A. Bestor enter- REGULAR MEALS SHORT ORDERS
; yesterday in Miami. I
4 tined with a delightful afternoon ($5.00 MEAL TICKET FOR $4.50)

'I tea at her home Tuesday, complimenting -
: Solon Mrs. A. P. Wynn Next Door, to' Bank
1 I ,, Mr. and Mrs. Crews, Miss her sister-in-law Mrs. M. COUSECounselor

Alma Crews _
and Skeege Thompson .
j'I of Fort- Myers were quests of Mr. who Edna is Stone visiting, of here.Prescott, Arizona, and Attorney at Law ;" --- -_ 1 _-_ : ...' '.__ u : nI '

i and Mrs. E., C. Mills Sunday. Hopkins Building .
Guests were Mrs. Christine Bulke,

I I Mrs. W. C. -Nail----and of Brooklyn, Mrs. Frank O'Brien, Wednesdays and Saturdays ..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:-:-:-:..:.:-:-:..:..:..:..:":-:,,:":":-:":":..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:.
son, Billy, 9:30 to 4:00 ;
of Detroit, Miss Harriette Hayward, i
and W. F. Nail of Moore Haven .
of New York City, Mrs. R., Y. '
I visited Wednesday with Mr. and
Patterson, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. I
j Mrs. Walker Nall. Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenses :
W. C. Owen, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Fitted and Repaired Duplicated I Ten Acres or Thousand ,

j, Troy Puryear arrived from Sarasota Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. H. C. 'Kol- DR. F; D. GUDBAUR : sr .
II stad, Mrs. 'M. W. Bigg, Mrs. M. ::I
for visit his Optometrist ::
Friday a with E. Von Mach, Mrs. H. J. ,B. Scharn- I'lione IDS 5 Collier .

'1 brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and berg, Mrs. F. ,Deane Duff, Mrs. J. Tort Myers, Florida Arcade, : Additional allotment ::
I Mrs. Claude L. Downs. r acreage
W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. Successor to K. H. Oakley : y

W. P. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. M. H. ::
Mrs. C. L. Downs, Troy Puryear; .: yesterday means little today-but some
Scotti, Mrs. J. W. Moran, 'Mrs. C. .y..
Harry and Mr. and Mrs.: (
Byers L. Downs, Mrs. O. A.: Jones, Mrs. .'.
Henry C. Kolstad spent the week- H.. V. ':Briant, Mrs. Carl Johnsonand MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL :: day the lid will come off-you'll wonder' :.:: '
; Mrs. Sidney Crochet. :: didn't cane land when ::::
II Maps Estimates why you get some
Mrs. A. B. Hunt and Mrs. J. v

:I D. Baigrie of LaBelle spent Tues- ATTENDED AT JONES HOME Engineering Consultant :: it was cheap-and we do have it. :;:
: + day here with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. I {
I' I Herring. Seventy-five guests attended the Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.Johnson's .: f'

benefit card party given by the ,
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Z. Horton of z. z'
Ladies Aid Society of the Com- ,.. : .
Peoria, Ill., are spending this week- E. ::
munity Church Wednesday after- : J. Beardsley
end Clewiston. as guests of. Mr. '. .
noon at the home of Mrs. O. A. '- :: '
and Mrs. Horace A. Bestor.T. : / ;
Jones. Fish Camp .
_' ::
The rooms in which tables were : .:i1" REAL ESTATE :
B. Shelley of Miami the :t
spent Near
arranged for the players were dec- ( Hurricane Gate) .
week-end in Clewiston. Mrs. Shelley ;: JIM BEARDSLEY ,ART LAWRENCE :!.:
orated with spring flowers, callas, Clewiston, Fla. :
returned to Miami with him after t
roses and other varieties. First Boats and Motors-Guide Service :;: BETTY SPICERlILDHED DURST -
a several days visit here. f fNNNNNN
I prize in section "A" was won by Rates ReasonableW. .;!.

Miss Bertha Gram of Moore Haven, : ..

Mrs., Julia William, of Brooklyn McStay, and New daughter York-, who received a Fostoria vase; H. Johnson, Mgr. ".;.I.. . ..NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN. . .. ..NN. ......NMNNMNN. . ..............-..NNNNHMNNNNNNNNN.w . .':
second prize, a quilted card table '
J are guests of Mrs. McStay's sister,
1'1 cover was won by Mrs. C. T. Hurst.In .
Mrs. Blanche Turner.
section "B", Mrs. C. E. Miner .. Th
received a Fostoria cake plate as
Mrs. B. O. Bowden, Basil Bowden
first prize, and Mrs. B. J. Schroedera MAKE
and Orville Anne Lingenfelter of ,,
double deck of'cards as second
Okeechobee visited Mr. and Mrs.
I prize. Mrs. C. W. Fuller receiveda -
Keathley Bowden Sunday.
set of individual powder puffsas

Wilbur Goff, Charlie Miller and consolation.Two FRANCIS P. WHITEHAIR
tables of Michigan were in
Pat McGehee of Clewiston, and
play, Mrs. John H. Doty receivinga
Connally Nail of Moore Haven were
pottery cigarette box as first
visitors in West Palm Beach ye ter-
prize at one table and Mrs. J. P. F! ; j
( Higgins a quilted card table coveras

I first prize at the other table.
Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and family
Mrs. Frank O'Brien received the '
: spent Sunday in West Palm Beach. r4 (
consolation at the Michigan table.
: They went over to meet Mr. Vaughn, \ .
The door prize, a sugarcuredham
I'I I 4
who was returning from a week'sstay r
I was won by Mrs. H. C. Kol- _
in New Orleans.

1 stad.Pie
I and coffee were served at <
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle \
Mrs. Elbert L.
I Stewart, Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. the refreshment' hour. A vote for Whitehair is a vote for a moreS

Thomas Gardhouse were visitors in FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH __ I'
Palm Beach Saturday, attendingthe

annual flower show at the So- "The Friendly Church"H. business-like State Government -

ciety of Four Arts Building.Mr. G. McLEROY, Pastor

Sunday school 9:45 a. m.B.E. .

and Mrs. Henry M. Hale Herring, supt. .. '
and Mrs. Gardner of Peoria, were Morning worship 11 a. m., sermon Allen Morris in his column "Higlilighting Cracker Politics". Miami Herald, January 21 says:

visitors in Clewiston for a few -pastor.
about of being che'vied'ri'om the stump by \' .s'for
days this week. Mr. Hale, whois Training Union 6:15 p. m.-Arch \\liiteliair isn't worried the prospect : .

sales manager for the Cater- Hodges, director. his service as attorney for banks, bond houses and power companies. His answer will be that

pillar manufacturers is spendinghis Evening service 7:30, sermon- '
vacation in Florida.Mr. "A Part None Like to Play". big business always hires the best men it can find and why shouldn't the peoplo, of Floricia i

'I Junior Girls' Auxiliary meets do likewise ?," 'II
and Mrs. John R. Beatty of Wednesday 3:30 at church, Mrs. .

Greenville, Miss., have been guestsfor Hodges in charge. _.

ten days of their son, CliffordD. The Executive committee of the LET'S ELECT A COMPETENT, SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS ,MAN AS GOVERNOR.

Beatty, and his family. The W. M. S. will meet at' the church.

,, w visitors left yesterday for DeFuniak Tuesday at 2:30 p. 'm. (This advertisement paid for by local friends of' Francis P. Whitehair)

Springs for a few' days before re j: The regular business meeting ,of

turning to their home W. S ._ .
M. will '
I 1 } be held at church /- ----- -- ----- : -

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grooves and cleans the'celery

better than it can be cleaned oth-

'. CHAPTER IX-Continued face, when the ragged noises were The only return he would acceptor I' they were just pulling the gangplankin .

-11- stirred by a noise with a rhythmand his trouble was a cup of coffee. when you jumped for it." Use Dry Holder.-Never

[ Hafiz mustered energy enough to regularity to it. It meant sol There was nothing to keep Jebb in Jebb's heart lurched, but he kepta damp or wet cloth or holder use in a

diers. Constantinople now, except the nec- rigid face. ,
rise. removing a hot dish from the
"It's kind of dark-and these Without delay the mob stampeded essity of finding where to go next. "Oh, of course, the little girl or stove. A dry one prevents oven the

-. streets isn't any too' safe for a outwards and was dissipated in the Then he took a closed araba to the wasn't with me at that time. Have. heat from penetrating and scorching
dark alleyways. When the patrol offices of the some more coffee." -
said > AustroHungarianLloyd
',:. giaour. I walk weet' you, the fingers.Colorful .
." Hafiz, "to the landing-place where debouched on the square, the tenu- to inquire when the next boat "No,' thanks, I must get back to
showed only two men the hotel. I'll be when
; catch the Golden Horn boat-all ous moonlight went. mighty glad
", the you same as the Coney Island boat, erect, and two figures on the ground, "The next boat she is just went- you get your electric plant installed.The AlphabetIn

? yes? How many tam I gone there one very still, one writhing. ing now," said a fezzed clerk, pointing lighting of this town is some-
: weet' my pretty-my pretty Nayi- Jebb paid no attention to the offi- to the steamer already gliding thing fierce. You'll make a fortuneif Easy Stitchery

ma. She is dance there one summer cers, but knelt by the side of the from her mooring. you'll rig up a' crescentshapedbulb.

,,\:: When I sit weet' her some girl whose wounds he examined witha There would not be another. until That's the favorite designfor

: tam those other passengers make certainty that proclaimed him a. the following Saturday. Jebb was their illuminations. Well, so long,

L. the face because Nayima is weet' physician. Hafiz interpreted, and he tempted to leap overboard and swim see you again, Mr. Pierpont." d

"- Osmanli. The rubbernecks is stare. soon had the patrol so busy on his after it. He was restrained by a "So long-old man." rI

f;' Two, three tams I tweest those rub- errands that it forgot its main pur- realization that he could not swim. He must learn at once just where J

berneck till they let me alone. pose. The next morning; Sunday, he was Trieste was, and what was the a
keel After a while of Jebb's ministrations that church quickest of getting'there. J3oT
l" "Here the Osmanli wants to so desperate he went to way
\. a giaour who dares so much as look the bruised lips began to mur- -the Episcopal chapel of the British Hoping that some word from Minima .
close and heard
at an Osmanli lady. I theenk the mur. Jebb bent embassy not far from his hotel. waited him in Vienna, ,Jebb
understand. He beck-
,, world is a jackass. but could not After the service he sauntered in telegraphed the Union Bank to for-
kneel him and the
oned Hafiz to by
', "Bine-by we goin' to come to- the park of the Petits Champs and ward his mail to the American con-

: what you call, the lock-up, cala- wrestler explained: sat at a table to watch the crowds sulate in Trieste.
"She wants to die'in her lover'sarms.
boose, yes? There is put the thiefs, ." pell-melling past. He ordered coffee Leaving Constantinople the train

I the killers, the bad men. Today is But the body of the young Greek as a payment for his seat. retraced for many miles the same

put also in the cooler an Osmanli had been carried and she .Suddenly he felt a hand on his rails he had taken from Salonica.
girl-very nice family, but she loves away shoulder. It was so unexpected that It was strangely comforting just
died 'alone slowly with anguish of
, ; a Greek. It is terrible theeng to he jumped he turned. He glancedup to be in motion. Whatever awaited
and of soul. :
of heart
love a Greek, but maybe she don't, body> into a grin entirely surroundedby Jebb at his destination, at least he cwt
I When she quite dead
'I' can't help it. She say she goin' to murmured to was Jebb that unless, he red hair. He heard a voice had a destination, and the swift

marry him. The police arrests the which seemed also to grin. It said: flight of the express was exhilarant.He .
vanished he would be detailed indef-
;: Greek and the girl also too, for it "Hello 1 how's electricity?" breakfasted his way out of Bul- t

is a great crime, such a marrying. Here was the answer to a riddle garia into Servia, and prepared to

;'' "They take the bad girl and the that had vexed him, and he was stretch his legs at the next stop. It

giaour to thejail, and they are goin'to tempted; to demand at once: proved to be-NishI!

bring them to be tried. But the- "Who are you? and what have I The word came with a shock, jr

i;::1' how do you say-the mob does not to do with electricity?", sending him back to his first waken-

like it. The mob gets together ,and ing in Turkey and the first sound of
l But he had found it more profitable 2245
'Keel the Keel the this barbaric word that
says, giaour. to listen than to disclose. All on an ear
shameless girl.' he said was: found "Uskub" equally harsh. And Pattern 2245. '
soldiers and somehow through the mellow
"Bine-by some come
i drive the mob away. But maybe I "Sit down, old man" and have enchantment of memory, the word IT'S* easy to initial or monogram
something to drink. :
r accessories with this
\ ,, the mob comes back. Me, I should Uskub always fell with music on colorful!
"I'd give a finger for a cocktail, in stitchery.1'
alphabet simplest
t. not weesh to be that girl or that his senses.
but I suppose I'll have to take, cof- The initials are equally lovely on
f' Greek feller. fi. Late afternoon brought Belgradeon
: This was doubly shocking news to fee. the scene. Here a new passen- household or personal articles.
Jebb was fermenting with questions Pattern 2245 contains a transfer
Jebb for it invaded his own recurrent ger got ,aboard and bulged into the
dreams of Miruma. but the stranger seemed content -. smoking compartment with the pattern of two 1% and, one 1%
to watch the crowd and wait for ''inch illustration
,. : alphabet; of
They were now descending a silent crass aggressiveness worst t
r street "?whose dogs like prowling i the Kahveji to fill his cup. type of traveler. He made himself stitches; materials required.

hyenas ,only gave the loneliness a Finally Jebb ventured: nasally audible. He. behaved like ,a Send order to:
terror. "How do you like Constantinopleby crowd.

Out of the murmurous silence v now?" "Whew!" he began, "but these for- Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. ,
"Oh, I've always liked the old 82 Eighth Ave. New York
there rose a sound like waves tumbling eigners are a pack of damned scoun-
Chi-, Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pat-
town. quite as lively as
on distant shale. It was a- drels and fools. It's tip, tip, tip all
in some ways, livelier in oth- tern No. ........
tumult-clamor mystified by dis cago I you will stir thingsup day long, everywhere you turn NameAddress................................
tance. Hafiz listened with lifted ers. bit.suppose" I there's a palm up. You're an American .................eo.eo.......
head, like a ,rhinoceros sniffing the "Perhaps a ," said Jebb, still baf- too, eh?" Jebb nodded. "My
air for danger. name's Ludlam, Charles Ludlam."

"The mob.is. there again. fled."Funny old town, Constantinople, "How are you?" said Jebb. AnticipationBy

Queeck!" And he was running witha nearly as big as Philadelphia and "Goin' far?" anticipation 'we suffer mis-
v.r1' .
speed his bulk had not implied. older than all get-out, and not an "I change at Budapest," was all ery and enjoy happiness before

Jebb followed, stumbling. over the electric light or trolley car in the Jebb answered. Silence seemed to they are in being. We can ;set the

refuse in the streets. --- -. 1 whole* village." be intolerable to Mr. Ludlam."Where'd.you sun and stars forward, or lose
A bonfire had been lighted in the "It is funny." "
into the smoking get on? sight of them by wandering into
square,before the district policestation. Bulged "You'll change all that, eh? I sup- "Constantinople." those retired parts of eternity

( The windows were ragged with compartment. pose you've found, the new Sultan a "Awful hole! Can't stand the when the heavens and earth shall
;broken, glass. The door hung on a Little more open to reason than the
witness in the trials that Turks. Servians be more.-Addison.
: ,initely as a are bad enough. no
fractured old.not afraid of his people. Have ,
'. hinge. In square, so
would result from the riot. Waiting the : Been hunting there. Those woodsare
nearer the fire, a man and a woman you found it hard to get at
the proper instant, he dragged Jebb full of bear and wild boar. Had
',were struggling within a, tangle of up a steep street, down another, bosses? some great times with 'em. They're

," bloodthirsty fiends who clutched at and so on and on till they reached "Not very. the hand great sport and bully good to eat." WOMENHere's
!them struck at them with clubs "I suppose same ,
the steamer landing. But the last "You eat them?" Jebb exclaimed
and slashed with knives. out for graft here as everywhere
boat had gone. With some trouble rather than asked, and wanted to amazing way to
Hafiz groaned: "The mob is get Hafiz found a kaik, and in this wa- else. add: "You cannibal!"
"Well I haven't had any special Relieve 'Regular' Pains
ibusy. See, that is the Greek-that ,
ter-hansom Jebb sped down the said Jebb "You bet.; But sport is only a di-
trouble in that "
lis the girl. Golden Horn among the slumberous version with me. I'm interested in Mrs J.C.[men writes: /teas undernourished -
lord headaches and back- 1
growing of fencing. cramps
The crowd boiled and weary
sworled like
ships. He thought of Minima and it the prune market. They raise anAl ache,associated with my monthly periods.
eddies choked with debris. "You really think you'll pull I took Dr.Pierce's Favorite Prescription
felt that she was as far from here. Are fond of
prune you while, gained and less
off? for a strength
Dragged by the lure of horror reach as the crescent still regent in prunes?" greatly relieved of these pains."
Jebb and Hafiz moved slowly down the sky. "I hope so. "I prescribe them sometimes," :"C'OR over 70 years, countless thousands of
"I don't I'd dare ask J/women functional monthly
the hill. the Greek suppose ,who suffered
saw figl.tling } And then he realized that he had said Jebb. pains, have taken Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription -
the General
like another Leonidas againstan 'I lost the Gladstone bag once more. whether you represent "Oh, you're a doctor, eh?" Jebb over a period of time-and have been
Asian horde sink under smother Electric or the Independents. overjoyed to find that this famous remedy has
a -
would be was angry at letting slip even that helped them ward off such monthly discomforts.
of enemies, only to reappear "That telling. information. Most amazing: this scientific remedy, formulated -
but CHAPTER X "I judged from your talk on the by a practicing physician, is guaran-
igashed, bleeding, fighting on. "
"Great food, great medicine, he teed to contain no harmful drugs-no narcot-
'!The girl's plight was more ugly, for steamer that you were" acting pretty said: "I've got a sample or two ics.In a scientific way,it improves nutritional
she had none of the mad exultanceof By the time Jebb reached his ho- much on your own. in my soot-case." assimilation; helps resistance build you and up fortifies and so you increases -
the death struggle of man againstman. tel it was so late and he so exhausted "Yes, was all Jebb dared to say, And nothing. would do but that against functional pain. Lessens nervousness

Hers was the odium of being that neither remorse nor anxiety his mind taking"a new whirl at the Jebb should test his wares. during Don't this suffer trying one period.unnecessary moment from

torn to pieces and of dying in could beat off sleep. He woke late word, "steamer. "Talk about your undeveloped such monthly discomfort.Get Dr.Pierce's Favorite
( from talk Mr. from Dis-
"I judged your Prescription your druggist
naked shame. the next morning luxuriously refreshed that had enough capi- American resources, doctor," Lud. cover how wonderfully it acts to relieve you of'Regular1'
Clutching talons tore her hair till he realized that he had Pierpont, you lam rattled Ion like an encyclopediathat pain% ,
tal in jeans to dazzle the city
loose-her veil had long since been backslidden to where he started. your must disgorge its load. "The
fathers here.
rent away. Jebb could look no longer. What little he had found he had lost Jebb's heart sickened. So this was true field for Americans is over Food's Influence

He dashed forward and hurled again.He more of Pierpont's brag."I here. I'm making a specialty of this After a good dinner one can for-
himself into the maelstrom his coffee country. The silk industry, for instance .
was very glum over suppose when you go back give anybody, even one's own relations. -
cursing, striking right and left with and eggs when there was an eclipseof you'll go by land. Those Austrian ; they make silk rugs by hand .-Wilde.

his fists. the light and the huge orb of Hafiz Lloyd steamers pitch and toss atro- here. I'm importing machinery,

Though he was too frantically des- Mustafa rose before him and with a ciously, and the 'Franz Josef' is the building a factory. Been working

perate to know it, alongside went gelatinous laugh set the Gladstone worst of them all. I've got usedto mighty hard. Now I'm going home ''I1fNTHE LEADER IN BRINGING -

'Hafiz Mustafa, bellowing like a bull bag on the table. it, but you seemed terribly un for a spell-combine business with THECELLOPHANEPROTECTED
charging a pack of wolves. I Jebb threw his arms around the happy." pleasure. Going to stop off at Mu. '

The men 'on the outskirts of the monster as far as they went, and ; Jebb laughed, as much as to 'con nich and see my her.sister Haven't Jennie. Going he st PACKAGE FOR ASPIRINStJoseph
surprise seen
throng took the newcomers at first cried: fess. And the man went on: to ID
and months. She'll bf

;.fighting forward to the always holy How in-how on earth did you find said to my wife, 'I'll bet that fel- tickled to TO death BE CONTINUED to see.me. ) ** ASPIRIN

office of sticking a knife into an in- me?" low has a sad voyage.' You looked ( /// \\\

I fidel. But their progress was too Hafiz indulged in a little self-con- sort of greenery-yellery and off your Just a Bit Heavy
!furious to be long misunderstood feed."
; gratulation. Max Silverstein entertained eight in Life
Hafiz and Jebb had hardly piercedthe "I'm a wise guy, all right, all "I wasn't in the best of health. guests in his New York home, tried Diversity that-is motto.-La '
outer shell of the mob when the right, huh? As the boat pulls out ]I "You're all right now, though, I pancakes for them. The guests Diversity, my

cry rose,that they were themselves see you have not the Gladdastone. I .judge. That's the effect of a few thought the products of Max's cul. Fontaine.

infidels to the rescue of infidels. go back and I say to myself, 'If he weeks in Constantinople. She's a inary art a little tough, and Max

And now knives were turned their loses it in the square, somebodyhas great old town in spring, eh?" who ate nine of the pancakes, con JoRelleveMlwry .

way and bloodthirsty fanatics ringed swipe it. If he loses it on the "She certainly is. By the way, ceded they weren't as good as usual. .

them round, forgetting for a moment hill where he feerst started to run, did you notice how the little girl During the night Max and his guests "_

the young lovers, who, unsupportedby it may be there.' I go round and was?" developed internal qualms, sent fox (

their enemies, fell to the cob- round and finally it is there waitingin "What little girl?" a physician. After examining hi,) )

bles to be trampled underfoot. a dark street-in the middle of the "The one I had with me at patients, the canny doctor looked 6.66.

The huddle was beginning to mumble street. I remember you say you Trieste." I around the kitchen, discovered Maa

threateningly and to brandish stop here, so here I come so earlyas "You didn't have anybody with had mistakenly used plaster of park CROP5
flat.and knives in Hafiz' courageous 'I can make it." you. I noticed specially because I instead of pancake flour. ,


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Gems of Thought :

T KNOW the past, and thence "
IlI /tl f Y fI OUR COMIC SECTIOND A I will essay to glean a warn .

,1 I ing for the future, so that man .:E
: Smiles may profit by his errors, and ".
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derive experience from his

, Sincerely Men show their character in

,! "John, I hope I didn't see you nothing more clearly than in

,I I I passed.smiling"at that creature who just D I in the, Lives of Little Men I DFl what-Goethe.they consider laughable. .'.

"I hope you didn't, m'dear!" 0, that estates, degrees, and offices
__ were not derived corruptly, and that
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: Gann-Huclson' tones of blue. Her flowers were' Bitting ProposesContinued I Mrs. C. E. Nail this week. Mrs.B. Von Mach, forwards had two and

a halo of white roses and other J. Schroeder won a double six points, Brantley, center, had

white blossoms.Mr. deck of cards as second prize. 3 and Redish, guard 1. For the
:Miss Anne Hudson and John and Mrs. Gann are living in ( From Page 1) 'The hostess served chili to Mrs. girls Leiter scored six points and

Dennis Gann were married in a Clewiston, where the groom is employed most important in determining pro- Lanier, Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. Harry Hooker four. Von Mach was the

pretty ceremony performed In the by the United States Sugar protionate shares. Turner, Mrs. Blanche' Turner,' Mrs.R. other forward and Marsh, Johnson

Pentecostal church of South Clew- Corporation.'. One witness at the New Orleans C. Wilson, Mrs. Roy Alston, and Broadfoot guards.Good .

iston February 27th The bride is hearing, claiming to represent a and Mrs. W. D. King.

a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. StoneSchultMrs. greater number of the sugar grow-

Hudson of Thomasville, Ga., and ers and processors of Louisiana ANITA C1TTINO'S'1ST BIRTHDAY

,was making her home In south asked that there be no allotment of
Clewiston. The groom is the son Elizabeth A. Schult and sugar to the individual processors Anita Cuttino, small} daughter of

of Mrs.! I. R. Holland of Clewiston.The John A. Stone, both of Clewistonwere because of the uncertainty of war- Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino is I FarmLand

'ceremony was performed by married Tuesday February27th time supplies and demands. Upon celebrating her first birthday this

Rev. M. M. Dudley: assisted by i in Fort Lauderdale by County questioning however, this witnesswas afternoon with a party to which ten

Rev. W. E. Emanual of Tampa in unable to give names of thosehe little children and their mothersare
Judge Boyd H. Anderson.Mrs.
the presence of a'large number of claimed to represent and afteran invited.Ice .
friends of the couple. Stone, formerly Minneapolis hour's recess a vote was taken cream and cake will be served

The altar was decorated with has 'resided in Clewiston among those Louisiana producers and bolloons distributed to the
ferns and spring;\ flowers. The since 1929 and is an extensive present and this vote showed a little tots, who will include Jay Rent

bridal chorus from ,Lohengrin was property owner here. Mr. Stone wide majority favoring the continu- Carroll Miner, Sandra Jones, Benny

played as the bride entered the has lived here for six years. He is ation of. the formula as applied in Prewitt; Agnes Anne Hackett, Gail

church, accompanied by her only a contractor by trade and has done 1939. Curry, Johny Niblack, ''Bernie Herr

attendant, Mrs. A. ,W. Sias. The considerable building for Mrs. ing, Sarah Lee Dodge, Patricia I
Stone and has assisted in Higgins and Howard Smith.
groom's attendant was his brother, the MRS. :MILLS! HOSTESS AT
olmmy Holland. The bride wore a management of her property for BRIDGE FRIDAY AFTERNOONMrs.
long-sleeved afternoon dress in two the past five years. Harvest Ending-
E. C.' Mills was hostess ata TrespassersWill

delightful bridge party at herhome'
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Friday afternoon. Spring cut
;rIIDRLCT munities and adjacant '
lowers were used for decorationsin A West Palm Beach coastal citJes'l I ProsecutedClewiston
the living rooms and the tallies
furnish the, music and at ten o'clock
'.nd party accessories were in pastel "
1 the Plantation Choral Croup, com-
posed of thirty colored voices, will
Mrs. Keathley :Bowden won a
give a program of negro, spirituals.This .
of flower high prize,
pair vases
will be followed by the prize
Mrs. H. T. Vaughn a handbag as .awards. 1
Mrs. F. M. Rod- '
" second prize, and
The early closing of the sugar
riguez a set of kitchen cloths as I
season is expected to virtually sus- And
consolation. Guest remembranceswere Realty
pend all operations except required

: fi leather costume accessories, maintenance for a period of several
and were given to'Mrs.. Grace DevelopmentCorpol'ation
" riiox weeks until the regular summer
f I, FEOU1JlIrut;, 1 ? Paterson, Miss, Abbie Metzgejr, Mrs. planting and repair period Is be-
j Edna, Stone and Mrs. Christine ..

L : IfuttvtPra Bulke. gun.Approximately 663,250 tons of J

/ Pie and coffee were served to cane were ground this season com-

S. S 1911.cAPiclrf. Mrs.. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Foy pared with last seasons' peak of

Durrence, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, 805,000, tons.

Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. C. T.
r M ',/ Hurst, ,Mrs. Grace Paterson, 'Miss :MRS. KING IS HOSTESS TO
-' Abbie Mrs. Crochet SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
t U mfn : -_: \ Metzger, Sidney ,
Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. P. M. Mc-
" Tntyre, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. 1 I The ladies of the Adult' Class of

' W. P. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. WP.. the Baptist Sunday School met with
35* COLD ij Mrs. A. H. afternoonfor
,King Tuesday
Vaughn, jr., Mrs. H. A. Bestor, 10
ppDln ( D at 85 normal HUMIDITY dr' I Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. their' monthly meeting. A very
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discussion of
;. : of TRUE-TEMP M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. F. M. Rodri- interesting class prob-
Control guez, Mrs., C. ,E. Miner, Mrs. G. lems was led by the president, Mrs.L. .

H. Small, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, C. Miller.

w i """ Mrs. H.' V. Briant, Mrs.. Edna Stone, Mrs. Robison, teacher, and Mrs.

r;.., }$iit Right Cold and Humidity and ,Mrs. Christina Bulke. McLeroy gave the devotionals with
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:'f>"" which the meeting opened and
?." N.$, Keep Meat 4 to 6 Days! closed.
i''. 's l :/ Steady cold at low temperatures J ELEVENTH BIRTHDAYGene ''Mrs. King served sandwiches,

::' :>x;s "right" humidity) keeps Doke celebrated his eleventh Robison, Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs. J
<\R" meat market-fresh. '
'; %i{ in this new WESTINGHOUSE birthday with a picnic in the woods R. 'j. Blount, Mrs. A. R. Bro 'd- HOLLANDFOR

! S. ,t t:: window-front j oiLre northwest of Moore Haven Sunday. foot, Mrs. M. C. Doke, Mrs. A.

;" ,@?%s: MEAT-KEEPER. Only Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Doke and Mr. W. Dodge, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs.C. GOVERNORHE v

tWt Westinghouse gives you v and Mrs: Gratton George accom: Nelson, Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs.
;'. Mh? this new type of meat panied the boys to the chosen spot. H. E. Walker, Mrs. W. R. Broad- OPPOSES:
:>:::* compartment. And, only e Sales Tax .
b The boys barbecued ribs over the erick, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs.
: : Westinghouse gives you 6 Gross Receipts Tax
i TRU-ZONE COLD-the hx open fire, cut cabbage palmettoand Adams, Mrs. L. M. Garrison and Any Unnecessary Tax
,?,; .f{" .' steady cold that makes o ; rra c cooked the hearts and prepared Mrs. H. G. McLeroy.
:" ,- :{"p: humidity safe. B their own meal.Sherwood 'j I

,"". '.,': 4: You can buy a newWESTINGHOUSE > r Hall, Billy Perry and Boys Win; Girls Lose Teachers'Old Age Assistance Retirement

': 1 t. Ben Bolton won prizes at target Improved Schools
:Ij.1: shooting. The guests were Sher- In Season; FinalsThe Everglades Park -

, :; t: ... a wood, Billy: Ben, and Kim Kolstad, State Aid to FarmsGoo'd
:.-: : r Leonard Moore, Bub and Gene Highways Everywhere
>r> n only c day mills, Charles Benbow. Tigers defeated the Moore County Home Rule
5 Haven Terriers by a close score, Tax Equalization

MRS1. LANIER WINNERAT of 20-17 on the Moore Haven court THE BEST GAUGE OF
t if "PARINSON'S BRIDGE CLIIB1 last Friday night and the Tiger- WHAT A MAN WILL DO
ettes took a 32-10 trouncing from
Mrs. W. H. Lanier won a pair of the Moore Haven girls Ito close the
r -- DR 4208.224 hand-painted pictures as first prizeat 1940 basketball season.

+!, 1j the Wednesday evening bridge For the boys Waters, a guard was '
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L I club, which met at the home of high scorer with 8 points. Lang and friends of Spessard C. Holland)

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