The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00805
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 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
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System ID: UF00028415:00805
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" SPEAKER GIVES FIRST SUGAR CORPORATION I Road 25' ,Re-Surfacing 299 Pupils Enrolled As

\ Completed ThursdayThe


Smith Service Company of OpensPalm

ing completed their contract for -

the re-surfacing of Road 25 from Beach Architect FACULTY IS COMPLETE WITH

e One of the most Interesting talks new office building of the the Palm Beach County line west-' ARRIVAL OF NEW TEACHER

given before the local Kiwanis United 'States Sugar Corporation ward through Clewiston to the junc- Plans Office GroundsMiss ON SUNDAYThe

, Club In some time and one which having been virtually completed, tion of Road 29, the old Moore
1 brought out a large attendance of moving of the various offices from Haven road. school term of 1940-41 got

members and visitors was that the old Administration Building is The work began last Friday at Edna R. Winter, Palm Beach underway on schedule Monday

,given by S. Landau on Wednesday now going ahead. the county line and the surfacing landscape architect, is here this morning with a complete facultyand

I evening.Mr. The accounting department has was completed to the driveway into week supervising the planting of an enrollment on Wednesdayof

" Landau is a German-Jew been moved and is now operatingin I the government office reservation.The shrubbery and trees on 'the groundsof 299 pupils.
, and only sixteen months out off the new location in the north contractor then moved to the the new U. S. Sugar Corporationoffice Pupils assembled in their home

Germany and although his English end-of the building downstairs. The west end and worked eastward to building. rooms at 8:15 Monday morning and

" Is somewhat broken his listeners tabulating machines occupy the I I the junction of the two pieces. A variety of evergreens are be- at 10:15 assembled with a large

:I were able to learn' a great deal west end of this wing and ,are The re-surfacing consists of laying ing used in shrubs, most of them of group of parents in the auditoriumfor

, about conditions in present day separated from the main office I a priming coat of asphalt and the waxy leaf type and trees planted the opening program.

i'l.' ... .. Germany. He said that before space ,by an insulated, glassed I spreading' a layer of, slag upon this will be all of the woody type. Principal R. W. Turk made a
r Hitler's conquests he had owned partition. The stenographic department wet asphalt., The surface Is then No palms 'will be planted on the brief talk and introduced the mem-

considerable property in Germany is also behind an Insulated thoroughly rolled. The contractor main 'grounds but the planting cfa bers of the faculty for the term. ,
which 'was all taKen from him and partition and the private offices of has new equipment and the work row -of cocus plumosa palms be- Prof. F. G. Sturchio made a short '

was then placed in a concentrationcamp O. A. Jones and M. W. Bigg are at proceded very'rapidly.. tween the sidewalk and propertyline talk in which he outlined plans for'

on the trumped-up charge' of the east.. end of the wing. The layout : After completing the contract is being considered. formation of a band in the school ,
a group of German youth. The of the accounting department is here, 'a little over six miles, the Shrubbery plantings so far include this term and what he hoped to ;

horror of these camps and the indicative of \ the practical and contractor's force went to Moore the tabern ae montana grandl- achieve, with the proper coopera- ,:
brutal treatment the inmates receive efficient arrangement of the entire Haven to re-surface a mile of Road flora or cape jasmine on either side tion, with such a band. ?
is, he said impossible to de 67 westward from that place. '
building.The of the wing entrance. On either J. E. Beardsley, representing the
scribe. His experiences were re- Clewiston Realty and Development I side of the main entrance is a Clewiston American Legion Post ::
y received in three of these camps including Corporation began mov- eugenia. Beneath each window' is gave a five minute talk on Ameri- '

the horror camp at Dechau. ing today into the south wing, up- GRAND JURY INDICTS an ixora alba and between these canism after which C. E. Miner, :;'
His release was obtained by rela- stairs and the move will probablybe plantings of ligustrum. Other Clewiston school board member appealed ':',

tives and friends of Fort Meade completed this week-end. 'NEWTON ON THREE I smaller hedge shrubs are being to the patrons for cooperation "
where he now resides. Arrival of new furniture has : planted along the sidewalks. during the term and asked
The speaker stated that the prob- Trees planted will include water that any complaints be brought
again been delayed and some of
able reason that he was not execu- the offices, including that of Jay COUNTS FOR SLOTSLaBelle oaks, rubber trees, cajeput and direct to the principal and not be ,":.
because of his war record
ted was others. discussed in front of the children. :.c
W. Moran will
general ,
in World War No. 1. He served
remain 'in the old building until Planting of St. Augustine grasson Miss Lucy Humble of Miami was %-i;
nine years in the German Army and
decorated with several medals. the new furnishings arrive. This ( News) the lawn is almost completeand engaged as instructor of science :'J''

was These medals and several 'pictures delay has also, caused the tentative A Hendry county grand jury, within a very few weeks will and mathematics in high school to .:
... shown to the 'His talk formal opening date' to be advanced summoned for the purpose, Tues- have covered the ground and be fill the vacancy which still existed :
were group.
, '
about the first war disclosed the another week of :more.' day returned three true bills against ready for mowing. last week and was on hand for 'j
Bill Newton of Fort Myers for the opening of school Monday. Mrs. A
fact that he was very near
to some of the Kiwanis :memberswho New Minister Called placing, slot machines September I 6 Two Babies Born iLivonia Holstine ,will teach lan .;.;?
guages, Miss Ruth Knight, commercial ..
in stores owned by C. A. Davis of
'at that time, were ,serving .
with the A. E. F. To Church LaBelle, Dave Alston and Pete work, Mrs. Agnes Thomas, ,
} Baptist On 13thTwo
He. said that Americans{ could Chagaris of Clewiston.The social studies and Joel Keen, :vocational I..f.".
agriculture. R. W. Turk as
not realize how terrible conditions '- indictments were signed by '
waned Horace of State Clyde H. Wilson and principal rounds out the high school' :-]
were in Europe and that C. Meador Longwoodhas Attorney babies, born into Clewiston
I they should begin to looV''at the, been called to the pastorate were' turned over to County JudgeW. families, will learn. in later yearsto faculty., ,:.

I I 'matter more seriously than they of, the local 'ptisllJhurch: and is T. Maddox for action. The laugh at the Friday, lth jinx In the elementary school Mrs. __-
t -' moving his !a..c ily'r household machines' were "of: the nickelintheslot Louise 'Greene will teach the first : s
'r- '" 41o-a.t:: present. He strode of two for It was on that date, last week, '
, sons in Palestine, one of ,whom is goods here today.' -- type devices and paid off every that they made their debut into grade, Miss Alice SteinhoItz, second ,::;
... Meador so often. grade, Miss Evelyn Bell, third .}
+. serving in the British Army and Rev. was called two the world. ,
( : : Members of The grand jury wereC. grade, Miss Evelyn Burhans, fourth
said that he seriously doubted if weeks ago by the church 'but It.jwas One of them, a seven-pound boy .
he would ,ever see either o'f them I impossible at that time to securea L. Couch, D. B., Allen, M. O. was born to Mr. and Mrs. M. S. grade, Mrs. Margaret Arey, fifth 4
I again. ,' house which could be used 'as a Allen, R. R. Small, J. O. Davidson Walton and the other, a seven anda grade and Mrs. Essie Oliver, sixth ;:
C. M. Allen, M.\ R. Browning, grade. Mrs. Oliver will also act
.. In:}his description of the concentration parsonage and he has been forced quarter pound girl was born to
I camps 'he called attentionto to come to Clewiston for services Ben Guy, Charles Christian: Hick- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pullen. Both as girls' athletic. coach. Mrs J. ".,

/articles' which ran in Life, Red- each week from Longwood. He man Howard, Robert Ketring, Earl families reside in South Clewiston. Vaughn is school librarian. .\

book and other magazines descrip- will occupy one of the Shult apart- Dyess, J. H. Dyess, M. L. Williams, Another arrival, on Thursday, Miss Steinholtz, who this sum- ')

, tive of these camps and said that ments temporarily until a house Jr., Frank Cothern, J. R. Burnett, September 19, was a nine pound mer passed examinations and was

t ,many were inclined to think the can be obtained. Lou Jacobs and I. V. Burke. girl to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cato. certificated as a music teacher, will ,.;'"
It conditions ,were exaggerated. He Rev. Meador is a young ministerand State ,Attorney Wilson said the The trio of babies and their conduct both elementary and high '

stated that he had served in the both he and Mrs.\ Meador\ are lag against operating slot devices mothers are reported to be doing, school glee clubs this year. ",

camps ,with the authors of these graduates of B. B.' I. in New would be enforced here. nicley. Under the supervision of :Mrs. ,:

articles and they were everythingthey rleans. They have two children, Oliver with the assistance of the :<

claimed and more. Many :jf both boys, one four years of age Is Started other elementary teachers a super- ":.
the guards, he said, were nothingbut and the other six-months. dool eh15 Planting vised recreational period of a half -',
boys who were being trained ) hour each day will be held for the ;
Rainfall Ceases
in brutality and that all German Sugar Corporation I I As elementary school with each grade ;-j
children were being educated' on forming a separate group and their

the theme of "Germany Today-To Repairs Levee BreakA Prof. F. G. Sturchio will meet Efficient drainage systems have games_ being chosen appropriately ..<
morrow the World". with parents and pupils interested I the past to their age and size. ,.
themselves during
Judge J. M. Couse of Moore in joining the school band in the I proved .
week of fairly clear weather and There were 189 pupils registered
Haven will be the speaker at nextweek's auditorium tomorrow (Saturday) ;s
U. S. Sugar Corporation drag- almost all sign .of the recent heavy Wednesday in the elementary school ;)
4 ten o'clock. Further
morning at
Kiwanis 'meetIng at which line was placed on the south leveeof rains has disappeared. Al- and 110 in high school for a totalof ,I
time as' first-time voters of plans will be made for the organi- -
.. many Diston Island Drainage District, are still too 299. The high school gradesare
.. the community as possible will be zation of the band and the securingof though many places ':-,;
which Is also the north levee of wet cane divided as follows: seventh
to plow, replacement sugar
II. invited. Judge Couse's subject, will the Sugarland District, along Nine- instruments. plantings have begun. I grade, 24; eighth grade, 22; ninth
be on the great privilege of the Mile Canal Wednesday to repair delayed I grade, 22; tenth grade, 19; eleventh :;
ANNUALSA This planting program was -
franchise. two breaks in the levee which grade, 10, and twelfth grade ,'
.... few of last year's high school to some extent by the heavy
caused considerable inconvenience 13.. expected to be
Many more are '_.:
G. Small Making during the high water last week. annuals are still at hand. Anyone rains but Jay W. Moran, vicepresident enrolled before the end of the first ;:
wishing one of these annuals, the and general manager of the
Culverts along Road 25 which semester after the opening of the
finest ever put out by the Clewis- United States Sugar Corporation
Concrete Blocks were bringing water across the that it would now sugar harvest season. ..:
'I ton school, may secure one from stated this week -
i\\ road north were also closed up in unless there shouldbe -
Prof. Turk for one dollar. proceed rapidly
iI' 1Y
I' order that the territory north'of .. additional excessive rainfall. Baptists Plan ToComplete
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What may be the beginning of the road might be pumped dry.
Showers such as have fallen throughthis
If a new enterprise for Clewiston but! '
I Il. which to date is non-commercial, practice has been started -week will not interfere, with Church}
Commissioner Gives and the this will be operations.
Il is the manufacture by G., H. Small squad year
t" of concrete building blocks for almost entirely new, graduation in I
( \ use in a new home which he is Number Of Hotels the spring having taken most of : NEW NURSE AIC RIVES A. R. Broadfoot, chairman of
t planning to build no later than the first string players. Lettermen .I AT CLEWISTON HOSPITAL : the Board of Deacons of the First
next spring. back this season are Sam Lang, I Baptist Church, stated today that

1 Mr. Small has' leased a patented i According to a late census taken Jim and Billy Davis and A. D. Miss Sallie Cottle of West Palm I a drive will begin Sunday night
block machine and- has already by W. M. Taylor of Tallahassee, I Frith. Thirteen boys have so far Beach arrived here last weekendand for funds to complete the Interiorof

made a number of blocks which state hotel commissioner, Hendry reported for practice. Games is serving as a supplementarynurse the church and plans are be-
have been cured and tested. Tests county has 417 rooms available for scheduled include Moore Haven at the Clewiston Emergency ing made for the erection of a

show them to have more than three tourists and winter residents dur- there October 11 and here Novem- Hospital. parsonage.The .

times the breaking strength required ing the 1940-1941 season now ap ber 1 and with Pompano there Miss Cottle graduated from the exterior of the church has

T r, by government building code. proaching.The October 26 and here November 15. Good Samaritan Hospital school In been finished for sometime but the

While Mr. Small plans only to facilities, Commissioner Taylor ..--- West Palm Beach a couple of years interior was left until, funds were
make the necessary number of said, are approved and licensed [LIBRARY" BOOKS: after Miss Laura Mattison, veteran available. During the past weeka
S blocks for his own use at this I under the strict health, sanitationand I Prof. R. W. Turk lists the following Clewiston nurse. She will work large number of shrubs have been

time, he says that if he finds it safety regulations the state books purchased for the during Miss Mattison's absense on planted on the grounds as a move
\, possible to school library toward the close of to remainon toward beautification.
make them at a profit hotel commission. vacation but is expected
he may purchase the machine and I A breakdown of the figures, last term and available for USP after her return. This will make

continue the enterprise. Taylor reported, shows that the this term: three nurses now on duty at th.3 COURT.. OF HONOR
county has three hotels with a com- Colliers' World Atlas and Gazetter.Six hospital. -Scout .
REV. VAUGHN TO PREACHAT bined total of 117 rooms availablefor volumes short stories Includ- J. A. Gaskin, Executive of

COMMUNITY CHUKCI transients, eight apartment : ing those of O'Henry, Poe, Kipling, TAX COLLECTOR MILLER the Sunniland Council of Bradenton f,
houses with a combined total of Mark Twain and Edna Ferber. GIVES TAX SALE RECEIPTS evil be here Tuesday evening to

: The pulpit committee of the 161 rooms, and 12 rooming houses Kipling's Soldiers Three, Storyof conduct a Boy Scout court of honor. :
: Community Church announces that with a total of 139 rooms. Gladsbys, Plain Tales From the County Tax Collector R. N. Miller The meeting will be held In the east :

Rev. Arthur P. Vaughn, D. D. of Permits were issued to a total of I Hills,' Light That Failed, Barrack has just released a report wing of the Administration Build- ,

Fort Myers will be the guest 19,582 hotels,' apartment houses Room ,Ballads, Under the Deodars! that properties bid in at the ShOWin$1 Ing.Mr. .. !
\ minister next Sunday, September 22. and rooming houses within the Phantom Rickshaw, Mine Own delinquent tax sale \ Gaskin has been in reserve for ;

I Special music Is being arranged current license year, he went on, in People In Black and White. $2,123.95. officer's training at Louisiana will be his ;,
r by the choir under the directionof all counties of the state. This Lloyd C. Douglas-Green Light. Of this amount the highest sale several weeks and this

J. E. Beardsley. Two anthem I represented a total pf 313,979 avail- White Banners, Dr. Hudson's Secret was credited to W. B. Barron, I first visit.. to. Clewiston. I In sour

. will be sung able rooms. (Continued on Page S) $1450.02, covering pasture ]ands time 4f I Ii
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e INTERNATIONAL, I Suffer Rude Awakening

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Three times Rawlinson had
CHOOL Lesson dreamt that concealed somewhere

in his flat was a quantity of,valu-
k Duan of The Moody Bible Institute able silver. The dream could no
J of Chicago.
ww, wee l ;", ndTalk By by Western Newspaper Union.) longer go unheeded.
That night he and Mrs. Rawlinson
(Relea ) -
D. C.
sought a hollow place in the
O AIR BASES : New Yorkers are talking about:- I for September 22 walls. At last they hit upon it,

Cabled reaction from Tokyo indicated I The Lindbergh the Lindberghs are and after some manipulation with
subjects and
Scripture texts se- chisel
that the Japanese were' suspicious expecting in November Vincent and copyrighted by International and hammer, dislodged sev-
that something more than appeared Astor's marriage soon to Mary cause of. Religious Education: used bj eral bricks. There, hidden on the

on the surface was behind Cushing, the former Roosevelt sis- other side,lay-the'valuable silver. <1(,
Cordell Hull's warning against the terinlaw.The THE VOICE OF WISDOM Just''as they were gloating over

invasion of French IndoChina.In way Orson Welles accompa- one of ]I their find, there came a furious .

this, they were right. There nies Dolores Del Rio to the beauty fellows TEXT-Proverbs 41027. ring, and their neighbor bounded ,'
TEXT-Keep thy heart with all in.
was., I parlor and reads Shakespeare to her tioning ; for out of it are the Issues of
Nobody in the navy department is while she's being improved they Proverbs 4:23. < "What the deuce do you mean
:shouting it from the housetops, but The rumors that Sen. Rush Holt by breaking up my dining-room
the U. S. fleet-or at least most of may be Mrs. C. Vanderbilt Jr.'s next played to do and how to do it- cupboard?" he_ gasped.

it-will now remain in the Pacific. -after her divorce is final How cause are the vital things which the

Previously it was considered nec- only a few weeks ago the British they of Proverbs imparts. It deals

essary to bring the fleet from Hawaii "were hanging on by their fingertips When every condition of life, good
and California in order to station but now they're hanging on by dren bad, in the revealing light of To Check ConstipationGet
most of it, around Panama and their elbows." holiness and love. Good ad-

the Caribbean.. This would have Clare Boothe's new book, "Europe :. may have its value, but we also at Its Cause !

'made it impossible to keep a watchful in the Spring"-a blast at the "So- to know how to put it into If constipation has down
Therein is wisdom dis-
eye on Japanese operations in the cial Americans" she encountered in you feel heavy, tired and dopey,
direction of, the Malays and the Paris, etc., just before the invasion. ;r from knowledge. it's time you did something about v
:Dutch East Indies-all-important She names names. that these notes are used it.And something more than just ""
great many boys and girls, as taking a physic 1 You should get
sources of American tin and rubber. at the cause of the
as by their teachers the writer trouble.
Probably it will still be necessaryto Bombs If you eat the super-refined
suggest an outline for next food most people eat,the chancesare
bring a few ships to the Atlantic
The three bombs allegedly discov- which can be remembered the difficulty is simple-you
side of the canal. But the island ered in the main A. T. & T. Bldg. re- who has ever crossed don't get enough "bulk." And
base deal with Great Britain has doesn't mean heavy food.
cently but hushed t
up. It is now be- track. What does the
,now made it possible to police mostof It's a kind of food that isn't con-
,ing protected by many more guards sign ? Look and sumed in
the Caribbean and the Atlantic say "Stop, the body, but leaves a
and sandbags, as though this were ." Then what? If all is clear, t"bulky"mass in the intestines.
seaboard by air instead of by sea. London Rome Berlin Dr. If this common form of
or The That is just what our con-
stipation is your trouble, eat
; States
army's 250
Boeing tells us. Stop, for someone Kellogg's All-Bran
the body regularly,and
NAVAL NOTESAt ,fortresses which bomb accuratelv_ .n __.__. a message for you; look, at the drink plenty of water. All-Bran .
first the chief improvement from 20,000 feet. If the English wereas greatly" ways of life; listen, to the wise isn't a medicine-it's a crunchy, --,
,the new U. S. bases on British islands : fortunate as Americans are, they of counsel. Then straight toasted cereal. And it will help
will be airports. Not only are :could bring Hitler to his knees in pallor, in the right you not only to get regular but to
way. regular. Made
;,they needed immediately,' but also
are cheapest and quickest to con- The fist fight between Willie and moves on at a rapid pace. is chronic, it is wise to consulta

struct. Naval bases, which mean Eugene ''Howard last week, which' of the devices of the devil to physician.
oil tanks and repair facilities, take now keeps them from talking off- the side and keep his hold on us is to
time to build and ,may never be stage. '
things moving so fast that we
constructed to any great extent. The The important mystery flights between Dr. L.
to think
stop or to heed the Diverted Mind
',U. S. navy will take advantage of Washington, D. C., and San nal of of others. The wise man
: British naval facilities for the time ,Diego by Howard Hughes The that the something of importance to The mind ought sometimes to be
being. 190 planes by say diverted, that it may return the
quietly sent to Canada (to
young man he calls
Significant was the fact that manyof be flown to England) for the Nor- knees) ." Let us stop and give heed better to thinking.-Phaedrus. ...,

the over-age destroyers being wegian gov't there! warning, for we are assured "
' sold to England were fitted out with Town Hall members' demand that it will for '
mean us a long and
t cables to neutralize magnetic mines Dr. Carl Eggers' Mrs. be removed life (vv. 10, 12)). if i RHEUMATIC PAIN
even before the deal was published from its board of trustees be- than but a fool would hasten
, by the President. In other words, cause Dr. Eggers' name has been The such
"stop" thrust
: a signal, nor
there had'been no real doubt for a linked with Nazis.ExFrench mal for this opportunity for life-giving -I C.2223
:- week o'r- so before the announce- more
Premier Blum's new ,(v. 13). _
ment that the deal would be closed. tests-
address: The ,Hotel Sevilla, Havana Look (vv. 14-19).
: Negotiations for naval bases by The fact that Hitler is quietly sure minutes- acne.'Z ere are really only two ways of : 60'8.i.AT| DRUGGIST

no means are terminated. What the grooming a dictator for France and lation "th<5j lath of the just ,. that
r--- ,navy wants more than anything else that the present grand maneuver of more and more unto the per -
E ;is a good base in Brazilian waters, the Red army means that Stalin ly from, day" (v. 18)), and "the way of Our Patience
t and if possible one in Uruguay. In- readying a new strike almost im Group wicked," which is only dark How patiently ,you hear him -
;: formal conversations regarding a mediately. Dr. and stumbling (v. 19). There groan, how glad the case is not

, ,Brazilian base have been going on children middle way. We cannot walk your own

f:f for some time. Memos to a Girl FridayR. paths; it is "either-or."
equal to people should hold of that
B.: Check with the city deskon get WHY SUFFER FunctionalFEMALE
U. S. REARMAMENT DRIVE Westrick's alleged successor. I However for in these days there is a

'', The bottleneck of American re. 'phoned it to Mr. MacDonald the oth- mended attempt to blur the colors,

t" armament is factory expansion. er night, and he said he had as- body by things neither black no

, In order to produce more planes, signed two of the Mirror's best re- pecially but gray; neither good no rCOMPLA1TS:
guns and tanks, new factories are porters to tail him. Has the paper but just advisable or

:: necessary. And part of the delay' found out his present address? He have lydia, E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound -
;: has resulted from a wrangle over checked out Saturday, but his sec'y I moral laws of God are not Has Helped Thousands I -'
':;', how taxes shall be paid on these "calls for his mail every morning" nasium d; right is still and will eter Few women today do not have some sign of
functional trouble. Maybo noticed
new plant expansions. Tell the boss the Jackie Coogan games be right, just as wrong is and YOURSELF getting restless,moody,nervous,
', matter is not set games will be wrong. Wickedness depressed lately-yourworktoomuchforyou-
In fairness although Coogan
to industry, it should culation Then try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
;:.; be noted that many of its leaders told chums he was through with wrong that it causes men to Compound to help quiet unstrung nerves,
< lungs sleepless nights trying to relieve monthly pain backache,
have show business and en (cramps
gone ahead and financed their was going to headache) and weak dizzy fainting spells
i own plant expansion without wait- work in Honolulu for a pineapplefirm others (v.16). But no one need due to functional disorders. For over 60
Cap't Rieber dren. way; just do not "enter" years Pinkham's Compound has helped hundreds
to of the
ing see what the tax picture would of thousands of weak rundown nervous -
be. In fact some industrialists were Texaco outfit, has reconciled with path, "avoid it, and if by women. Try it!

far-sighted enough to. begin more his son since the recent jam over Liver you have wandered into it,'
from it" ( 15). God will
r than Westrick. I saw the
a year ago. Companies which cap't dining Refuge in Foe
', did this include: with that former silent film actress Good you.
When fails dearest friend
our ,
''i the other day ,. Check with the Listen (vv. 20-25). a r
New York
Shipbuilding, Newport is 'important' business, there may be refuge with our direst -
morgue 1928 elec-
Shipbuilding Bethlehem TT foe.
tion for Understand for real attention and appli .
building Bath Iron governor. thata -.c
Works, Federal other
matter Especially is that true as
? of 28,000 votes made
a political -
, Shipbuilding, Midvale Steel, Carne- been listens to the 'truth of God. It
j'' gie-Illinois Steel, Bethlehem Steel, career. much to be received by an attentive TO CHECK h. RDA

Bausch and Lomb, General Electric Swastika the (v. 20), kept before one's eyes, \
Ford Instrument company, Edo boys and pondered in the heart fcr. 21). FIN7DAYS
Aircraft, Grumman Aircraft, Brew- Thank Allan Jones for the record- Until listening is sure to bring re

.! ster Aeronautical, Eclipse Aviationand ing of "Falling in Love With Love," was and we find them enumerated # 66

Walter Kidde. very tuneful, etc. Did the wire ment 22 to 25., take

Probably the list takes in many services run anything about Swas- ty and is,assured to those who heed LIQUID OR TABLETS
others. And because of their far- tika, N. M., changing its name to or 15 y of God's messenger; not

sightedness, these firms not only are Brilliant? Tip the art sectionfor years in a bare existence, but a healthy
reaping good profits for themselves ( excellent cheese-cakes) that v. 22). God's spiritual children Suspicion's Tongue
.. but also doing a service for the gov- Billy Rose and Buddy Desylva may Some (or at least should. not be) See what a ready tongue suspicion -

ernment. For instance, the Elcocomp"any have their own war over several ofBilly's to help or weaklings. I hath!-Shakespeare. t r

of Bayonne, N. 'J., put up best-looking gals planning to ing a the heart right (v. 23)
an $800,000 plant extension about a quit the Horseshoe for "Panama was the whole life right, and the

year ago in order to manufacture Hattie" '. Billie is hollering, but injection to be sure that the heart is FOR MOROlINE

motor-torpedo ("mosquito") boats. loud. given is to fill it with God's Word MINOR

As a result, it is now turning over the use I ). ,Then see how the whole BURNLA WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

to the navy one new, and badly KidnapCarl comes ; the lips speak no for

needed, mosquito boat each week. Brisson, the, actor, says the : (R. V. wayward) or perverse
However, among many other many I talk bout his receiving $5,000 from Dr. W. and the eyes look straight By the Will
ufacturers there has been backing his father (the Danish prime min- in the along the shining path of the 'Tis the will that makes the ac-

and filling over factory expansion ister) by way of Berlin is true up matology tion good or ill.

x and how the new plants will be to point, but that he didn't get a his use that we have stopped to give
taxed and financed. There is no penny of it. The U. S. took it- the to the Lord's word through

question but this dickering has defi- dunno know why Remember which he and looked careful AT -w

nitely slowed up the defense pro.. Murray Levine, the Westchester law- sults. the two ways of life, and lis GOODOIUO
# ; gram. yer, who lost his son in that tragic -six to words of wisdom and guid STOICS

Powder Shortage Serious. kidnap case? Mr. Levine now de- ficient what comes next? Do we stand uaor ,,

;: Powder is the bottleneck of votes much of his time to child needed) by and commend ourselves for :ornE...vs t
national -
J defense. Without it not a shot refugee work. inj or do we sit down and
30 ease? No. Being assured
; can be fired not
even a revolver. i"608 =yu
Hero tor the is clear, we i
: And way
today's powder shortage is
;: serious. most Get me a copy oi1 Fashion, the boiled Go Ahead (vv. 26, 27). 1 trttgs f% sedReli

t: It is to avoid these shortages in issue containing a piece by Mrs. already wants' His people to move on ,
: ly their and usefulness. At
the John Gunther glory
future, not only in regard to an arti- "
L- powder, but also other ,essentials off cle called "Inside Gunther," on their rapid. sea, God told Moses, "Speak

:,t modem warfare that the govern forthcoming parting for at least five This the children" of Israel, that they
months Call ent !i 1VmtlUNJtl:1E
ment is anxious to build some of its Shipwreck Kelly.
t' own plants, or at least obtain a lien Check if he is selling his stock in fects of vigilant, lest he be = The buyer's assurance is the advertising
; the Brooklyn tary a bypath on the right or
i r,. on them. Dodgers football teamto D he or she reads in the newspaper.
,' This also would solve the tax prob a magazine executive Tell mouth, turning his feet away from ev t That is the buyer's guide. It teSTs the
lem because Zanuck Dean Jaggers' edge path, the child of God goes
industry would haveno acting in the
must to pay.1
prices one expect
boiled and he the road<< be
need to ask for early amortization "Brigham Young" is immense, and under dy as and goes brighter with the seller;who tries to charge more beware!
on its emergency expenditures. that I know that's no scoop.. brighter
; cases of of the presence of the Lord.



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... i t b. rgt& M lloUseho1dN wsJ9Mo AROUNDr ; 74 Items of Interest

kf to the Housewife

the HOUSE: ., _

Potatoes that are to be French Dogs having access to the house
fried should stand in cold waterat should be kept thoroughly clean
Histories Is Right least an hour before cooking. and free from fleas. Serious dam
Brown (after night out-When
age may be done if fleas enter
1 arrived home last night wife
my One soon learns by handling pots rugs or upholstered furniture.
was awake and promptly went off
when managing house plants that
t< into histories.
if pots are light the plants are It is a good plan to disinfect
:,.' Jones-You mean hysterics. "dry; if heavy they may I be left I sinks and other drains once each
"No", histories. She dug up my ''without water for a time. I week. '
past., '* *
A teaspoon of salt and dessertspoon When laundering curtains of

. : : Links and Links of lemon juice answer the voile, scrim or any material which

>, Dzudi- Dinocan calls his girl. the (same purpose as "salts of Lemon"for has to be ironed, if they are foldedso
'. "Queen of the Links removing iron mold from linen. the selvage ends are togetherand

.,',.' 't._ ,, Palmetto-Ah; so she's a golfer, I fa is not a poison and will not ironed they will hang perfect.

,; presume.Dzudi-No-far from it. She sells ,prove injurious to the linen. ly even and straight.
-:, hotdogs at a roadside stand.

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," "The artist said I was the first -
- model he had ever kissed." SUNDAY NIGHT SUPPERS -q ..nfA

"He's been a marine painter (Recipes Below)

heretofore." "Have you ever juggled a cup of been put through potato ricer oi

coffee in one hand, a salad platein coarse strainer.
'. The Low-Down
the other, and at the same time Hot Muffins.
I fell off 32-foot ladder
", a attempted to eat the appetizing food (Makes 10 medium sized muffins)

.' yesterday. the hostess has 2 cups flour #
not killed? ''
Bingo-And were
you served you? It is \ I l/ % teaspoon salt
1 Stingo-I fell off the third step.
; a feat that even \ 2 teaspoons baking powder
the most experi 2 tablespoons sugar
Lovers never understand each t .
enced cannot often % cup shortening
f. :. other. That's ,
why they. get mar manage. 1 egg (beaten)
: ,, ried. % milk vlr t J YF
To save a guest cup y -
: the embarrass- Mix and sift together the flour, t p
' :':. Maybe So! ment of salt, baking powder and sugar. Cut
i. .. Hokum-Why is it that the eagle, the havingti in
the shortening. Combine beaten
his suit ruined by \
bison and the Indian shown
are on our -
'fi::' coins, although they are all practically a cup of coffee egg and milk, and add to mixture.

I' !j;" "'. extinct? tipping over, or Mix lightly, blending only until the

;. ::'"c Jomm-I suppose it is to carry out salad dressing dry ingredients are moistened. Placein :;,

,...;.;,:'.,.'"' the idea of scarcity. trickling over the greased muffin pans and bakein "
: ".. side of the plate which is being.precariously a hot oven (400 degrees) approximately ;.

".,-'T'v" '"' balanced on the knees, 25 minutes. ,
:< ,, For Rose Fever serve your supper on individual Devonshire Buns.
(, lIOoD runny nose trays. .' (Makes 2% dozen small buns) rrt ,

;', PEf EinO NOSE DROPS Simplicity is the keynote of the 1 cup "milk o rtt Nrr1jr S .

Sunday night supper. That is why 2 cakes yeast j '"

the "meal-on-the-tray" has becomeso Vi cup butter (softened) :8

Self AdvantageNo popular. Vs cup sugar :
Plan aroundone Dash of salt -i
your Sunday supper
man can live happily who '
regards himself alone wHo turns central dish. It may be a salad, 3% cups flour (sifted) Discriminate Reading is much better -to trust yourself to / :

everything to his own, advantage. a creamed dish served on, toast, or Heat milk to lukewarm. Add It does not. matter, how. many, I a few good authors. than to wan '.

'.*..'. L-.. ,.. Thou must live for another, if even a casserole' dish: ,,:; crumbled, yeast, and stir until dis-'' but, how good, books ,you have. It der, through several.-Seneca. :"_1
Here is a favorite'supper menu solved. Add butter -
... thou wishest to live for thyself.-
for warm fall evenings which easily and sugar.
." Seneca. ,
p adapts itself to buffet style of serv- L Blend. Add salt.

ing, or a tray supper. When liquid.is I ALWAYS SMOKE SMOKING IS A .. j
Cranberry Molded Salad cool, add flour
For ONLy 10fNow Cottage Cheese with Chives and beat until CAMELS THEY'RE LOT MORE FUN ; 'J

Olives Relishes smooth. Knead 4 EXTRA MILD AND WITH A .-:
-- minutes, or until
Less than Potato :a

h, ReBCpf C; i Hot_ Rolls CoffeeAs Butter 1 touch. Cut across GRAND FLAVOR .

\ II) each way with a .J1
you glance through the menu ., /
knife, rub with .y.:::
you can see that nothing in the
1 fat and cover witha ): { E
: 'r meal, with the exception of the hot cloth. Let; rise 1 ,

, rolls, requires last minute .prepara-- hour, or until doubled in bulk. Form r :
dose tion in the kitchen. into small narrow rolls, about 3 4dA.
a The buffet should be as inviting as inches long. Brush with melted fat

I it is possible to make it. The cran- and let rise 1 hour, or until doubledin ::J

berry molded salad with a mound of bulk. Bake in a hot oven (400' .: ;1
4H cottage cheese and chives in the degrees) for about 18 minutes. :$

center of the ring mold makes an When cold split and spread with ', j

especially attractive center piece for raspberry jam and clotted cream. .. t" :::.. \.
Faith of FriendshipAs serving table. The rolls may be Replace tops. and serve. ,

the yellow gold is tried by placed in a cunning bread basket, Cole Slaw. ,,;f'
fire, so the faith of friendship must covered with ,a napkin to keep them (Serves 6-8) '

be seen in adversity.-Ovid. hot. The serving 1% quarts cabbage (sliced finely) >"t
: table must also 1 cup green peppers (cut in thin
4' have the necessary slices) .
... :
t silverware, % cup stuffed olives (sliced thin) Y r "

dishes, 'napkinsand 5 or 6 small green onions (cut fine) I : ::1:1

!I trays on it. Toss cabbage, pepper, olives and
When the mealis green onions lightly together. Serve

tJ ready, each cold with, french dressing.

WHEN kidneys function badly and guest helps him- Eggs a la King. ---:
suffer a nagging backache,' self, and delightsin (Serves 4-8) <.
with dizziness, burning, scanty or tOOl the informality of the occasion. 6 eggs ,
frequent urination and getting up at Instead of using the buffet styleof Vi cup mushroom caps "

night when you feel tired nervous,, serving, you may want to pre- 3 tablespoons butter
all upset use Doan's Pills.Dean's pare the trays in the kitchen. 3 tablespoons flour GET THE "EXTRAS" WITH SLOWER-BURNINGCAMELS 1
are especially for poorly;
working kidneys. Millions of boxes'are Tomato French Dressing. IVz cups milk

used every year. They are recom- (Makes 2 cups) % cup cream
mended the country over. Ask your, % can condensed tomato soup Vz cup green peas (drained)
i, .. neighbor! (% cup) % cup green pepper (chopped fine) !
% cup vinegar 1 tablespoon pimiento (chopped fine)

% cup oil 1 tablespoon parsley (chopped fine)

2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt ,,'

1% tablespoons lemon juice % teaspoon pepper
>/& teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Dash paprika '}
WNU-7 38-40 % teaspoon salt % teaspoon lemon juice to a

1 teaspoon dry mustard Hard cook the eggs, peel and

I I % teaspoon paprika slice. Saute the mushroom caps in In recent laboratory tests Camels burned
I r Place all of the ingredients in a the butter, over low heat, in the top EXTRA MILDNESS 25% slower than the average of the 15 ;
II I mixing bowl and beat until blended. part of double boiler (directly over other of the largest-selling brands tested- {

"All the Traffic Store in refrigerator in a quart jar.. flame). Add flour, and blend well, EXTRA COOLNESS slower than tiny of them. That means, )'
Stuffed Tomato Salad. cooking over hot water. Add milk on the average, a smoking plus equal to
and cream, stirring constantly until
(Serves 5)
Would Bear" 5 medium sized tomatoes mixture thickens and is smooth. Add EXTRA FLAVOR 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK!
peas, green pepper, pimiento, parsley -
Dash celery, onion or garlic salt
and sliced eggs, and stir gentlyto
1 canned kidney beans
avoid breaking the egg slices.
2 tablespoons celery (chopped) r :
Season with salt
O There was a time in America 2 tablespoons green onion (minced) pepper -
lemon juice. Serve hot on buttered
2 tablespoons ripe olives ( Get this fKESS/B&ff/\ .
when there were no set prices. choppedfine toast. \ :

Each merchant ) For over 70 years grateful people all over the South have trusted
2 tablespoons mayonnaise Household Hints. WintersmiuYs Tonic for the relief of Malaria. To convince I

he thought "the traffic would 1 hard cooked egg (grated) Miss Howe, in her book, "House- YOU,we are offering this complete,761-page Holy Bible,FREE. I

bear." Advertising came to Select firm, medium sized toma- hold Hints," gives you some short- Just mail the top from one large carton (or the tops from two ;

the rescue of the toes and peel. Hollow out the inte- cuts to sewing which will prove ben- small cartons) to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,Inc.,Louisville, Ky. iI i
consumer. riors and sprinkle with celery, gar- eficial when you start giving the I
I It led the way to the established lic or onion salt. Mix together the children's clothes the once-over.'You T !

prices when kidney beans, celery, onion, olives may,obtain your copy by sending 10 I
!, you pay and mayonnaise, and stuff the to- cents, in coin, to Eleanor Howe, 919
1 you buy anything today. matoes with this mixture. Chill, and North Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illi. !
'Ir : serve on lettuce leaves. Garnish nois.

with hard cooked egg,;which has (Released by Western Newspaper Union.:) (
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had to be met: and overcome. Someof It would take columns to give a Is Your Subscription Paid?
The Clewiston New OPEN FORUM us have a vivid memory of the proper Idea of what an unrestricted

crops which, so it was said, wereno development of the Everglades ....
'- good in that soil-and then would mean. Not only for that
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON In ClewUton.NEWS A 3IIAMIAN VIEWS THE were grown with ,triumphant suc- territory and its progressive towns, Johnson's Fish CampNear
Inc. EVERGLADES cess. Sugar is a case in point; a but for Miami and other coast
( Hurricane Gate)
crop now of proven adaptabilityand cities, thereby provided with that
KCATHLEY BOWDEST, Editor- Congratulations on the continuously there produced in competitionwith finest of all assets, a huge and Clewiston, Fla.
fine financial showing made the world. Moreover, it is richly producing back-country. Then Boats and Motors-Guide Service
by the Sugar Producers of the one of those non-surplus, broad- Indeed would Florida, in keeping Rates Reasonable

February Entered as 1, 1927 second, at class the Pod mall Offlc matter In Florida Everglades.Too farm, staple crops such as south with its climate and resources, come AV. H. Johnson, Mgr.
Clewiston, Florida under the Act of many have the mistaken idea Florida most needs to avoid over- into its own as one of the very
March 3, UI7.'n'.uJptloll. that our million or so yearly visi- expansion in the more perishable foremost agricultural states of the

tors keep us so busy that,we have truck products.Yet Union.
Rate 'WW Per Teen.. no interest left for matters pertaining when the sugar people want I hope that with the completion J. M. COUSE

AdrertlstB Rate On Application. to the land. It Is true naturally to extend their plantings 'of Road 2&--when, as, and if Gov- Counselor and Attorney at Law
that as cities grow in size and and when other land owners, taking ernor Cono and the Road Depart- Hopkins Building
: varied business, the tendency: is warning from- the government'sunfair ment permits-many more Miamians Wednesdays and Saturdays
Devoted of Clewl to the ton advancement and Hendry and County.welfare to forget that the primal base of and detrimental tariff cutson will visit the Lake section and 0:30 to 4:00 ,

most all business is the soil. But vegetables, desire to put their see for themselves the great things ;. ,
this ought not to be the case with acreage in sugar instead, they run already accomplished. .
Miami, still young, open-air. by up against the same government's F. PAGE WILSON, Miami. MECHANICAL STRUCTURAL
X->>**:W (M) ,
whose beginning absurd Flori-
---- nature, a city quota law restricting ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
were so closely intertwined with da to less than one per cent of
RAMBLINGS agriculture.: the national market. What was the Glasses Scientifically Broken LcnN'' Maps Estimates
Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
The _culture of tropic fruits, of good of all that vast expenditurefor DR. F D. GUDBAURtfptometrist JOHN H. DOTY
By B. B. vegetables in the dead of winter- reclaiming the Everglades, if I Engineering Consultant

this was the magnet which broughtthe we are not to be allowed to use Phone lD8 5 Collier Arcade Hopkins BIdg. Cleiviston, Fla.
.y "," first comers; an influx which, them in the most fitting way? Successor Tort Mj-cru to K., IL Florida Oakley I ,
hastened by the historic 1894-95 I am glad to note the strides

Larry McPhail, president' of the freeze in the citrus belt, was one being made in the growing of ........................................................................................-.......................................................... .... . .
Brooklyn Dodgers Baseball Club of H. M. Flagler's main incentivesfor fodder and that a plant has beeri'erected :: : .
was-the member of the now-famous extending his railroad and open- for making a dehydrated c.-
.group of American doughboys who ing up the unmitigated wildernessof grass-molasses pulp for cattle. Our 1. I .:. toS -
tried to capture the Kaiser before south Florida. Even Miami big dairies, too dependent on high- 4
they were returned to Americansoil. Beach, that definitely resort side of price feed brought from a distance, h h
the Miami area, was agriculturalat should be interested in that.

the start-coconuts' and avo- _
made mistakeIn
"We a ---------------- ----- -------
trying to capture the Kaiser 'cadoes;' while what is now Coral I Ii CLEWISTON 6OLF 11 11s

when we ,should hare been busy Gables was nothing else but. '
cutting a corporal's throat." Andit The Everglades with their mar-

Isn't any tribute to my quick velous potential fertility loomed 0 .i t.s' '
wits that it was four hours later large in the consciousness of those COURSE
when it dawned on me who the early comers. Whether to themis 0 i
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corporal in question is. due the credit for initiating the .s' .s.
I don't tlii
great idea of drainage, '
With the shipment of the second know; but undoubtedly it was : ; .," *
box of Red ,Cross garments from was through the influence* of the .'.,. .' ... .,..,:. ,- \ '..
Clewiston completed' we are interested rapidly increasing population of :;: ": ?;,: :'..: ; I ::

in reports from national Miami and the Southeast coast that s '..
Red Cross headquarters in Washington the government was induced to
that only England and Fin- undertake that task. And from
land are receiving Red Cross re the first it was adventurous men
lief. In the unoccupied section of from this section who did much of

France, however, operations are the trial-and-error spade work in 'lii ..... [ Open to the Public \ !
still being carried on with money that great new agricultural l empire. COME IN i
donated for that specific purpose Many of these pioneers are still NOWandLET
and sent to the section before the living in our midst and, with the Y
collapse of France.In later comers, continue to keep up US explain I OURhome.financift'g

its war relief work Red Crossso the close connection between Miami plan I
far has spent $10,500,000 of the and the Everglades.
..without obligation to :
you i
$20,924,120 collected InIts national Naturally, in the unique soil and ;:

drive. The help to Englandis other conditions of that once mys- No red tope-ott loonopplico .s' ..... t..

taking the form of food, clothing, terious land, untold difficulties have
medical supplies and ambulances. It I .... cleared qwJcMy yy t
. ,', ,
is remarkable to note that of all y -
the,,Red Cross supplies and money He told of the war-work the various released prompily.Clewiston :s: ..Moderate Green Feesr--".. :.:'
.s. .
abroad since the outbreak members of the family doing, .
shipped were '' ":'
of war, everything except supplies and said personally Dunkerque wasa Federal :.;s:. Exceptional Fairways :;: ,
valued at less than $100 has reached lot of fun and he would not have = ,
its, destination safely. In no missed it for anything. The other Savings and LoanAssociation :.!:. Interesting Greens .:!::.
case have any Red Cross supplies brother, who was wounded in the :

been seized by the government and Gallipoli campaign, is back in uniform .

' in no case has any ship bearing "though it's a bit tight after ..............................,....,........................0...............0...........................0.......0....0..........0...........0....0.......OM'......................
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(' Red Cross goods been sunk, officials 20 years," he says.: After -the ]

'.,-' state. That Is considerable relief bit' happenings of the past two weeks, AA AiW, .%,.j.%A jMj?"-j%".X x....jM.X X"X..JM..:X..M..X..XMM...MXMX"X.?-:.:..;...;....;....;....;.-;...?..-.;."..;...;...;."..."..?..-.?..-.."..?..-.."..."..."..."..."..;....."..."..;...."...."......."..;...;...;...;...;...."..:.."..:.."..:.."..:.."..:..",..:.."..:..-..:......:.."..:.."..:.."..:.."..:.."..:.."..:.."..:.."..:.."..:.."..:.."..:..".::...)
I : to those of us who helped a we can only join the family in .9.
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i with the work and who have been hoping for the miracle. of their Ay AX; sc I
deeply in hopes that each garment safety. Ay.s..s. .i & I
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reached its English destination.
. Mrs. Duff, who is production The fall party season is under- :;::;: yy I
, chairman of our local Red Cross, way and those folks who went II ENJOY yy

!' undoubtedly has her heart in her North 'on their vacation this sum- A yy::.
.. work since all of her father's mer are appearing smartly' in dark :;::;: AX
' family still live in London and outfits while the rest of us are ..II; .. .., ALL ELECTRIC I : ; :
:" other English cities. There are trying to get a few more wearings .'. 1::::

six cousins in active service, the out of our summer things. :: \ r ... ,.. '.' .' ; ;
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air force, army.and navy; one .. ,'- '_ HOME '.t < a
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emergency hospitals' and another know that Mrs. Roosevelt has just .< I ; : : c ;;
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" aunt is doing her bit in a munitions purchased six new "campaign cos .. ,.. __ ,. '" ; ;, .' '. '. ; I Iy
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4 factory. Mrs. Duff's father tumes", four of them black, one .S._ .;.' Air : I IhY
; wrote his brothers, two of whom were wine-colored and one dull slate \ $

,: wounded in the World war, ont: blue. If our wardrobe had six new .. t :AS::!: I
c: so seriously that he is incapacitated costumes at one time, we wouldn'tcare :;:.;: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that I Ii

' '" for army service, urging them to much whether Friend Husbandwere i takes of both the work and the pleasures of the :;:a:;: I
-:. come over with him so that English President, or not. :::;: care I

f': supplies that they would consume :_:;: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently xy
would be rationed out among the Dr. Townsend has openly supported .s..s. AV.II; I II
G t: ; ,, '. soldiers. In late July the incapacitated Wlllkie for President, which I I ...;. and economically. : I

!$ appreciation brother wrote but expressing their may Roosevelt have, except the effect that Jerry of electing Carter xx* One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;::j:

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: they were remaining in England. is still in doubt. t.f:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate AX:_:
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-- Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and The meeting will begin at 3:30 and Cunningham, Doris Hodges, Addle 1 ST:' MARGARET'S CATHOLIC

Marianne Jones have returned froma any interested children are urgedto Garrett. Irma Ellison, Mrs. Arch CHURCHRev.

,,". three weeks' vacation. They attend. Mrs. Kolstad who is Hodges and J. W. Jones. Lawrence J. ,Flynn, Pastor
[ Personals ] visited relatives in Atlanta for a chairman of the group, states thatit The banners for attendance were -

short time then spent several daysin will not be necessary for each won by Pahokee Adults, Pahokeo Mass each Sunday morning at 8 .

New York City and at the child to have a garden, but simply Intermediates, Canal Point Juniors. o'clock, excepting the last Sundayof

World's Fair. to be ,interested in gardens'and Efficiency banners went to Clew- the month when the time is

C. C. Curry is spending a couple .--- plants. iston Adults, South Bay Inter 10:30.

of days Jacksonville on business. Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and mediates and Clewiston Juniors.A Confessions are heard every Sat-
sons, Dick Nick and Johnnie, returned MRS. M. A. THOMAS HOSTESS AT
-- social hour, during which light urday evening from 7:30 until 8.30
Miss Betty Spicer spent the weekend during the week-end from PARTY ON HUSBAND'S BIRTHDAYMrs. refreshments were served by Clew- and before all the Masses.

n ,'' in West Palm Beach. their summer home in Highlands, iston members, followed the busi Weekday Mass every morning at
( North Carolina. Dick had sufficiently M. A. Thomas entertainedwith ness meeting. 8:00 o'clock.Devotions .
recovered from a recent serious a surprise birthday party in
[:;. ( Mr.' and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson illness to return with the family honor of her husband at their homeon PENTECOSTAL CHURCH in honor'of Our Ladyof

i;:: were recent visitors in Okeechobee.Mrs. and is convalescing at home. Friday, September 13th. Perpetual Help are Conducted
.... ..-- South Clewiston Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed -
o Games and contests were enjoyed
by Benediction of the Most
,; .. Harry Turner is spending JOINT HOSTESSES GIVE throughout the evening. Prizes were I --- Blessed Sacrament.

several days In Jacksonville.r PARTY AT INN THURSDAYThe won -by Mrs., Clarence Krueger and Services Every Sunday: I Religious Instruction Class for
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
W. L. Brantley.
.V, children Saturday morning at nine
and Mrs. E.- E.- Kelly spent Clewiston Inn was the scene Refreshments of cake and iced Morning worship at 10:00 a. m. ) here in Clewiston, and ,after Sunday
the week-end in 'Miami. of a pretty bridge and Michigan drinks were served to Mr. and Young People meeting 6:30 p. Mass in Pahokee.

,. I party yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Mrs. H. L. Davis Mrs. C. ,M. Allen, m. Rev, M. M. Dudley, director. The Mass schedule of Pahokee is
H. Lanier and Mrs. C. J. Evangelistic services, 7:45 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Davis of W. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Broadrick 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the
Canal Point were visitors in Clew- Lovvorn entertained.. Mr. and :Mrs. M. C. Varnadoe Mr. Tuesday evening service 7:30 p. last Sunday of the month when

iston Sunday.R. Mrs. L. C. Miller won a pair of and Mrs. W. L. Brantley Mr. and m. Mass is at eight o'clock. The public,
cutwork pillow cases for first prizeat Mis. A. D. Dixon, Mrs. Manning Friday evening service 7:30 p. regardless of religious belief is always -

E. Kurtz of Fort Myeis wasa bridge, and Mrs. M. M. Prewitta Keen, S. P. Slonaker and Mr. and m. welcome in this church.
business visitor in Clewiston Wed double deck of cards for second Mrs. Clarence Krueger. The public is cordially -invited to
attend all services.
nesday. prize. Mrs. W. D. King won aluncheon FRATERNITY
Rev. C. A. Symonds, formerlypastor PLEDGESDick
at Michigan
'Mr. and Mis. Andrew P. Beery and Mrs. M. W. Bigg powder as BRIDGE CLUB MEMBERS of the Winter Haven Pente-
Mrs. R. C. costal church will conduct evangel- Patterson, son of Mr. and
for low Michigan prize.
... of Savannah arrived Monday a ---
.; istic services at the church in Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, who entered
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Beery. Nowling won the cut prize, and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder was hostessto '
Mrs. C. L. Moran was given a guest members of her bridge 'club South Clewiston Monday Tuesday, the University of Florida as a
Wednesday and Thursday evenings.Rev. Freshman this has been
remembrance. year, pledged -
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Arey were Wednesday evening. High score
Symonds is a musician, and to Kappa Sigma fraternity. Nell
visitors Saturday .in West Palm Following the cardgames the prize was'won by Mrs. Roy Alston
will given special musical numbers Miner, son of C. E. Miner, also a
Beach. players were invited to the dining and second high by Mrs. R. C..
I j lat these services. Freshman, pledged Phi Kappa Tau.,
room where a delicious course I Nowling.

Mrs. M. W. Bigg and Mrs. was served. Cake and ice cream and hot maple I'

C. Mills were shopping in E'I I The guest list included the' following sauce' were served by the hostess $N K NON N1N K..:N H..K N K..M..X..:..:N N N N:..:..:N N N1N:N:N1N N: 1M:N1N:N1N:1N1N:N: :N:N:N:-':N:N1Y' .
\ Myeis Saturday. : Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. to Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. W. H. I

Otto Larsen Mrs. Ralph ,Bishop Lanier, Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs. 'H. ;*_. NOTICE ::. /

C. V. Parkinson returned Tuesday Mrs. George Yon, Mrs. H. T. H. Turner, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs.R. '
from a two weeks' stay at Franklin, Vaughn, Mrs. Campbell Nail,- Mrs.G. C. Nowling and Mrs. Roy Alston. 1*. To New and Old Arrivals in Clewiston :::

North Carolina.Mrs. H. Small Mrs. O. F.v\ Schiffli, .
Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs.. R. DISTRICT B. T. U. MEETSAT ..:;. Register jour name and present address with us so your 1
:Mrs. A. O. : friends and relatives will have no trouble locating
R. W. Turk and C. Wilson, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs.R. CLEWISTON CHURCHThe yQu as
Oliver were shopping In West Palm :x: we,will gladly direct them personally to your home. :;:
C. Nowling, Mrs. B. A. Bourne,
Beach Saturday. .i. There is no charge or obligation. We only want to do our :;
Mrs. ,H. H. Turner, Mrs. Richard Baptist Church was the scene
:x: part in rendering a needed service to the visitors and rest. :
Knight, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. B. of a gathering of Baptist ,Training :;. dents of Clewiston. Register Today. ;
Mrs. J. W. Adkins and Miss J.: Schroeder, Mrs. Charles Miner Union members from all churchesin !

Frances Adkins of Moore Haven Mrs. 'Foy Durrence, Mrs. A. O. the Palm Lake Association Tues- :_: GULF SERVICE STATION :;:

were business visitors.her'e. Tues- Ward, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, 'Mrs.M. day evening when the Lake District .. ?

day. E. Von*-Mach, Mrs. Herman Association B. T. U. held its monthly .;. G. B. THOMAS, Mgr. ;;

IJ/Ii. Scharnberg, Mrs.. Elbert Stewart. meeting.: :.:N1N. ..N...... ..........................N.N1M. 1/1N. .N.H.N.N.N.H.N1N. .N1N111. .N-.M..N..M1N/M. ..N1N. ..N1N1N1N. ..N..N1N. ..N.N..N1N1N. ..NININ. ..N..N..
Mrs. Harry Sallinger left Monday Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. S. L. Cro Chief business of the meeting was Mk

for a visit' with friends and chet, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. J. the annual election of, officers,

relatives in LaFayette and New W. Ezelle, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. which resulted in the ,following ,

Orleans.A. Keathley Bowden, Mrs.> Carl John- selections:

son, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. C. Director, Donald Weeks Belle I
R: Broadfoot made an inspection iL. Downs, Mrs. C. L. Moran, ,Mrs. Glade. ,
trip last week-end up the Jay W. Moran, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Associate Director, Clarence 10 MEN WANTED

Kissimmee River valley for the. U. Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. M. Beard, Pahokee.

S. Engineers. M. Prewitt, Mrs. Fred Henriksen, Secretary and Treasurer, Miss
Mrs.. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Willard Nellie Cook, South ..Bay.
,- -- Mr., and,,,Mrs., Kennon Swayne "are Simpson,; MrsT". B. Wilson Mrs. Adult Leader; H. W. Wilson.. Who Are Dependable and Have SteadyEmployment

spending their vacation on a motor L. F. Davis, Miss Marcia Avant South Bay.

P; trip to several- points of interest in Mrs. ,H. A. Land, Mrs. E. M: 1 Young People's iLeader( Gerald Who Are Now Paying $20

the state. Cornette, Mrs. J. P. Higgins, Mrs. McRae, Canal Point. per Month for Rent, or More, and Would
Kennon Miss Hazel'Prince., Intermediate Mrs. A. R.
Swayne, Leader
Mrs. Judson Francis and baby, Mrs. Charles Bolton, Miss Ardis Chastain, Canal Point. Like to Apply This Money on Their Own

Mary Katherine, spent this week Bolton, Mrs. Judson Francis, Mrs.J. Junior Leader, Miss Geraldine Home.

here with her parents, Mr. and I G. Niblack, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Henderson, Pahokee.

Mrs. A. 0. Ward. i Mrs. ,D. G. Alston, Mrs. W. C. Pastor's Advisor,' S. F. Beard,

Owen, Mrs. Glen, Etherton, Miss Pahokee. IT DOESN'T SEEM POSSIBLE

Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Sr., has returned Mae Palmer, Mrs. H. C. ,Kolstad, The devotional service was led )

to her home in Bonita Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. O. A. Jones, by B. E. Herring. Reports of the '' ::' :

Springs after a visit with Mr. ando Mrs. M. W. Bigg and Mrs. W. D. recent Baptist Assembly at Deland ; BUT

I ; Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Jr. King. were given by Misses Elizabeth

I t Mrs. Anna Williamson' left Tues GARDEN CLUB TO MEET .................................... .: S'
day for her home in New York THURSDAY AT INN \ 'tIT'S TRUE ,
City. after ,visiting Mrs. Elbert L. RUMFORD RIDDLESWhy

Stewart for several days.J. The Clewiston Garden Club will

hold its first ,meeting of the club does Mrs. Thomas
Irvin Davis of Ga. and
Albany, ,
year at the Clewiston Inn at 3
H. B. McKinley of Peoria, Ill., use a telescope ? YOUR GOVERNMENT (F. H. A.) AND BISHOP-ANILS
o'clock next .
were recent business visitors in Thursday afternoon. 'DUMBER COMPANY NOW MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR YOU
Clewiston. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. H. A. r\ TO BUYA. -

.... Bestor, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. Ll COMPLETE
V Keathley Bowden and Mrs. A. R.
Parker Wilson left for I
Sunday Broadfoot are hostesses for the :
a two weeks' vacation during which
; meeting.The .
he is visiting in Frostproof and 2-BEDROOM HOME
Executive Committee, meet-
West Palm Beach.
ing with Mrs. Leah Spicer, president -
Tuesday evening, adopted a ) '"
Charles Turner has returned U '
program of work for the year which PJ- FOR LESS MONEY THAN
his 'home here after spending the 'I'
will be outlined at the first meet-
summer with relatives in High < YOU NOW PAY FOR RENT

Springs.Mr. ing.The
Club is Junior '
sponsoring a
Now-:at last it's a reality-the dream of builders and home
and Mrs. H. S. Berner and Garden Club group and all children SHE'S finding out that RUMFORD Baking' Powder owners alike come true-a low cost home within. the means .of
between the. ages of 6 and 16 who contains no alum ... never leaves a bitter taite. workers in the lower income bracket.
Frank Garbett of West Palm Beach
are interested in the club are invited Send for FREE recipe book. Addrem Rumford
were guests of Miss Hortense Collins to meet Tuesday afternoonat Baking Powder, Box B, Rumford Rhode Nand.IlllflUuulnntht After long planning the Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co. has at last

and Mrs. G. Collins Sunday. II the home of Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. ........................:.... : overcome the difficulties of co-ordinating planning, designing,
Iii. financing and construction so that costs can be kept low and
r QII' Miss Eva Grantham left yester- savings achieved which permits building COMPLETE homes that

% day for Orlando where she, will families of small incomes can, afford.

resume her studies ina business I wr-----

school. She has been visiting rela-
tives here for the past week.
n oA'thC
These homes were developed
Carawan Nelson left Thursday by particularly for people who Complete in E\ery Detail Even

plane for Washington on a ten-day COpQ do not have large bank ac to Window Mindc.x and "Wnlkn
business trip. During his absenceA. counts. Soundly constructed and well

R. Broadfoot is in charge of the ninilTlll! Jill IIIIIIIII"nl[ You don't need a lot and planned, these homes arc located
Clewiston Engineer sub-office. PlllPlll aCCount with us, '{OUt; you don't need a lot of on spacious sites in an excellent
location. Homes any family can
V = When you te3\\ yourmncom, \ e. money. he to Nowwiththis
Miss Lucy Humble of Jamestown.. === can add % ; '1 Have you a steady job? proud amazing Bishop-Wilson own. plan
Ky. arrived Sunday to accept a =fig semi. Do you earn $25 per week? income
whoever compounded small : is no longer a
place as science and mathematics SEE us AT ONCE:
earnings we pay worth while\ bar to home ownership.
instructor in the Clewiston High 9 ood make savinonnuon't g It costs nothing: does not
School. reall\\'{ .ond 'let obligate you in any way-to SEE roilGUT YOUltSELIi'
OTIICe visit our office and get complete -
_- come tour Sri'ngs information about this FULL DETAILS
Why not bout our !Insure plan. BRING YOUR WIFE
Miss Edna R. Winter of West more
Palm Beach is spending this week uS 1st on aU!!
in Earnings
., Clewiston. Miss Winter is a landscape 10th.
architect and is engaged In = f ands received .
I supervising the planting on the TILL 6 O'CLOCKBISHOPWILSON :

I grounds of _the new' office building.Miss -' I II

Lewis have Kathleen returned and to Miss their Bessie homes Clewiston Federal Savings LUMBER CO. I

after a visit with their sister, Mrs.
: W. W. Perry and family. _Miss Clewiston, Florida i

,\ Kathleen resides in Tampa and Miss and Loant'Association PHONE 88 :

Bessie In Blakely, Ga. l- _____ ,c I

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with hatchet uplifted. But the two she had striven to hide her terrible
screaming little girls clasped their plight. The devoted maid cried out
arms about their mother's head. as she ran to her, dropping to her Type-Slips -
The infuriated butcher tried to knees and hugging the trembling-
tear them away. They screamedthe body in her arms while she wet it
more and clung the closer to with tears. She spoke to the hardly "The bride was accompaniedby "
their mother. Monica once more conscious woman. The Dona's tight bridesmaids.
threw herself upon the savage. The wealth of golden hair swept over her "The motor-car in which they
lust for killing momentarily'passed.. shoulders down to her waist, as if were escaping collided with an-
The beauty in the uplifted, terror- in protest against the outrageous other car two blocks away"

,, stricken faces of the girls gave him treatment inflicted on her and to pro- "Lost, fountain-pen by a
another thought. He thrust the pant tect so far as it might her out- man half full of ink."

ing Monica away, ordered the mother raged 'sensibilities. Her halfclosedeyes "Boy wanted to deliver parcel that
of the girls bound and, with the as Monica turned her face can ride a bicycle and help in shop."
CARMEN THERANCUO savages who had crowded after him, upward and begged pathetically fora "The game warden's office

OF ran from room to room, searchingfor word of recognition, gave no an- has given orders to pick up all
more victims. swer to the weeping maid. The lipsof dog-owners if they are caught
Every corner of the premises was her mistress did indeed move, running at large without muz-.
searched till the hidden and but in incoherent
guns only mutterings.With zles.
By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Service
powder of the rancho were found, the superhuman strength of the
CHAPTER I was so seriously affects by the and these, with many grunts and Indian, Monica succeeded in getting "He had been under the doctor's .P
-1- threat of danger to her children that yells, were taken out of doors for the the protection of the dress she car- nervous car for two breakdown.years, suffering" from a

The site of the rancho could not her husband reluctantly consentedto chief. Wines and brandies were dis- ried on her mistress' quivering form
have been more happily chosen. For go to the presidio until the threat- covered. With bottles and demijohns and laid her tenderly back, staring
miles the landscape lay like a parkin ened danger had passed. to their mouths the attackers with meaningless eyes into the
gently rolling hills and wide- Sunday morning, after a hurried poured fiery potions down their cloudless sky.
spreading valleys. The soil was car- breakfast and with all preparationsfor throats. Monica herself, wild with despair, Rug to Crochet in
peted with nutritious grasses for departure made, Don Alfredo,' The chief grew even more viciousin began again to pray, her arms lifted
Don Alfredo's herds, and nature pro- with two vaqueros, went down to his cups. He ordered the frantic toward heaven as"was her mistress' Simple Crochet Stitch
vided for spring and summer an un- the corral. They were lassoing girls torn from their mother's arms wont. Only a few minutes had
failing profusion of wild flowers that horses for the trip when they hearda and carried to his ponies. Againhe passed when she saw a youth ridingup
turned the broad fields into a riot of yell that split the air. 'It was the sought to kill Dona Juana,. andDrunken toward the rancho. She sprang
purple and gold, imperial in beauty. war whoop of the Sierra Indians, to her feet. She knew the figure,
Overlooking this inviting prospectrose riding at breakneck. pace out of the screamed, and, as the lad turned 4.il -
the wooded foothills, like the hills.Naked toward her waved her arms fran- ....
frame of a picture, dignified in the or half-naked, they dashed tically.It .
distance by the heights of the ma- helter-skelter down on the ranch I was young Alfredo, the "pet of
jestic Sierras. house, yelling and beating their ,po- the Rancho Los Alamos, tall and
Don Alfredo had developed the nies. Don Alfredo and the two vaqueros L fine for his twelve years, son and
rancho and built the ranch house to were 'caught at the corral EI ,, heir of his father.

welcome his Spanish bride, now. gate. Realizing their deadly peril, "Alfredo," she cried, "come
Dona Juana, the mother of his chil- they ran on foot toward the ranch quick! I am Monica! Quick, quick!"
dren, two little girls of six and eight house for muskets. 7 r He ran to her. As he stared, dismayed -
years and one older brother. Dona Despite the speed of their pur- at the sight of his uncon-
Juana had brought from Spain suers the frantic Spaniard and his scious mother, Monica clasped him
the culture and'traditions of Spanish fleet cowboys, each of them alreadyhit in her arms. Hardly had the word
' centuries and at the presidio in but disabled murderous !
not by "Indians! passed her lips when,
San Diego, in the gatherings at the arrows, managed, breathless, to flinging down his gun, he threw.him- \ hu Vi'a'Ya
; rancho, or when a more formal festivity ; make the front door of the house. self on the breast of his mother, .Sr
: called for a baille in town Don Alfredo sprang at the thumb S oi + raining kisses on her closed eyes
Dona Juana was notable among latch to throw open the door. I and calling to her passionately to
beautiful women for gaiety and He gave a loud cry. The door was I speak.

y;, charm. barred from the inside. He raised Monica, kneeling beside him, ,told
F': In her necessarily crude California his voice in a mighty shout, his com- the boy in broken sentences of the
i.' surroundings, far from the state- panions joining in. With only sec- fearful tragedy of the brief hour
;, ly repose of Estramadura and Ma- onds left before the yelling horse- after he had left the rancho to hunt
; drid, Dona Juana confessed to only men should be upon them the three quail in the near-by foothills.She CHOOSE three colors or two
!: one feeling of uneasiness: that was desperate men threw themselveswith cut short Alfredo's frantic shades and white for this easy t.
,. what her devoted Don Alfredo all their force against. the r grief. "Now," she exclaimed, "you shell stitch rug crocheted in sec-
';.f termed an "unreasonable" fear of barred door-in vain. x"v must be a man, Alfredo! As fast as tions for easy handling. Use four

mountain Indians, who at long intervals Only a moment of life was left to 41 you can, run to the presidio for help. strands of Aring, candlewick or
= made forays on the ranchos the distracted Don to wonder, Send the soldiers! Quick! Quick!" rags.

f, to steal horses. amazed, at why his own door had "But my sisters? Tell me!" *
Pattern 6601 contains directions for mak-
It was only gradually that she been thus barred him. The
against "Gone, Alfredo! The Indians have ing rug; illustrations of it and stitches;
overcame this fear. But the sun- next' moment he and his men lay Indians danced about. stolen them. The 'soldiers! Thp soldiers materials required; color schemes. Send
shine and the of her imme- order to:
peace the shot and
on porch, through Make haste! Help me save
diate surroundings, the care she de- through with arrows. The foremostof again Monica, who could not be mother
voted to her children and the always their pursuers, springing front wrenched from her mistress, pre your Sewing Circle Ncedlecraft Dept. -
affectionate solicitude of. her I ponies, were already astride their vented the murder, offering her own 82 Eighth,Ave. New York
husband, were powerful sedatives victims hacking their bodies with life to appease the drunken rage of ,CHAPTER II Enclose 15 cents In coins lor Pat;

;;, for her peace of mind.It knives as they glutted their fury the, captor.As tern No........... """.
was thus that the years of moth- and grunted at each stab into the the liquor worked on the sav- The morning sun was high, but NameAddress...............................

erhood passed for Dona Juana. Her bodies of their dying victims age his senses reeled increasingly, the padre in his brown woolen habit ............................. :?
own maid was an alert mission In- and as if glutted with bloodshed, plodded steadily on, sustained by
time than the it
In less telling,
dian named Monica. Monica, like The brown tile 'of the he ordered the Dona stripped 'of her the thought that Rancho Los Ala-
was over.
her mistress, was of an apprehensive shambles. The clothing and driven from the house.: mos could now be only a little way
portico was a sav-
ahead. There he himself
promised ,
temperament; she had even frenzied with Fires were set. Flames were soon
ages, triumph, he would find rest, a little refresh-. t.
less confidence in the Sierra Indians dragged the bodies from the door, rising in every direction. Drunken ment and so-me pleasant conversa- ]: fu S !f .l is m:
than Dona Juana herself. Indians danced about the flames f
his hands
and the chief, drippingwith tion with Don Alfredo and his lovely
'. The older of the two girls had the blood of Don Alfredo, and shot arrows into the burning ><:::; fin, ;,-
wife Dona Juana before he contin-
::. grown to be eight when her mother pounded on the door and shouted in houses; others, mounting, made ued ,his southward, with the '
..: made ready for a little house party, his Indian tongue. ready to run off the horses from the journey ) I' :
,,' patient neophyte now trudg-
,;- a valecito casero. On the day before corral. The chief, securing the two .
The door was promptly flung his ,
open. ing by side. 1i .dj
.r', : the invitations were sent out fainting girls on a spare pony head- 1 1
The into the house
rushing :
savages had the
by Monica to her Hardly ,pleasurable .. ",,,1
came A
: messenger, ed for the mountains, hardly looked jJ:
the bedrooms. There :
mistress with disquieting news. ran to were back at the complete ruin of what, thought crossed his mind when the .". .Wi.......
Dona Juana was seated in the patio four. The Indian houseboy, Yosco, three hours before, had been the neophyte halted and, 'cupping his left \ >1
who had barred the door to his
mas- hand above his looked towardthe ; '
= facing the'garden. The two children famed Rancho Los Alamos. eyes, I -iOl.;; ;
ter, opened it to the murderers and hills I beyond the river. :i
x- were gathering flowers. Monica her. shriveled, features .....
pointed with eager, cunning eyes to Padre Vicente Pasqual paused, >>i-# '".'I. ''(
The elder
ran to her mother witha .
the room of ,Don Alfredo. streaming with grief, had crept "What do ?" :: '- ::'!
you see, Diego
pretty bloom and a question. down to the river after her mistresshad ; .:: \ '
Within the room there were more "Smoke, Padre." ; {
"What is this one Madre mia?
been' stripped of her clothing.
whites to be butchered. Don Alfre- "What smoke? I see none." I 1
"That, Cafmelita, is a Mariposa, do's wife, clasping in each arm a Hidden under her arm, she carrieda Diego pointed. "Across the river.

a beautiful" flower. I am glad you young daughter, was on her knees dress. Escaping the roaming'eyes Toward Alamos. Smoke." ;; b:
found one. before a pitying statue of the Bless- of the marauding savages, she "Your eyes are younger than >:' \ '\ I
;, Before Teresa, the younger girl, ed worked her way stealthily down m i Y 2li
Virgin, calling distractedly for mine, Diego. I see no smoke. :
?: 1
could bring a rival for her sister's protection. The chief dashed toward along the river, keeping under the White spirals of smoke were ,rising mf 1j1 d7\
; Monica came running down bank until the ranch house
posy her. His hatchet was uplifted to shelving lazily and swaying dreamily in
: ; from the house._ She ,ignored her cleave her skull when, shrieking and Indians were out of sight. the hot sunshine. .

pets, the little girls, and spoke. in aloud, Monica, the Indian maid, Leaving the river bed, she hurried "It is smoke," repeated the Indian O-Cedar Mom Polish! Keep.handy for
low tones to her mistress. :
dashed through the crowding war- through a field of barley that partly solemnly.
Dona Juana started. "Where did riors and seized the chief's arm., hid her from sight until she reachedthe "There is no matanza, nothing to dusting, cleaning polishingKeep
you hear this?" she asked. He turned and struck her to the trail to town and, turning into cause smoke at Los Alamos. But genuine 0-Cedar Polish handy. .
"From Manuelo, the cook. You floor with his fist. Before he could this, ran at top speed. It was along we shall soon be there. Lower your then when sudden guests come,when the
know, senora, he has a boy, Yosco. turn again and bring his hatchet on this trail that she knew she must pack a moment and rest your shoul' clean club meets and polish, or when, it's can the do usual both time easily to,
,. I do not trust that boy. Manuelo is the Dona's head Monica' had sprungto look for her mistress. ders." speedily (with O-Cedar you Polish and the

honest-he has warned us before.I her feet and grasping his enragedarm Monica had not far to seek for the "I am not weary, Padre. Let us mop) and you leave behind a soft, silken
think Yosco gets his news secretly pleaded for her mistress' life. unhappy Dona. She lay partly on go on." 0-Cedar lustre that's lovelier. Ask alwaysfor
from a renegade mission Indian and He struck her off and turned again, her face in the hollow within which (TO BE CONTINUED) O-Cedar Polish (AND the O-Cedar
tells his father." MOP. it.is big and thick and fluffy) y-

"When does Manuelo say the at-
tack will take place?" .
"He does not know-but soon." 01l4dar

-'''. Dona Juana left Monica with the

,:. children and returned to the house.
: She found Don Alfredo in his office, liit44du4t4. MOPS, WAX, DUSTERS, CLEANERS AND
:' cleaning his carbine for a hunt. .

"Alfredo," said his wife, "Monica i
JO Seed of Science
tells me an Indian outbreak is com '
ing.. You know, they always attack Frank H. Spearman's hoa \ Men love to wonder and that is:
: the outlying ranchos first. Monica the seed of our .science.-Emer- ,

thinks we should go in at once to the son. v

presidio, Alfredo, and stay till the .
Don Alfredo showed impatience. '10 for 10 CentsCUPPLES

"Monica is always bringing some CO.. ST. LOUIS, MO.
'. cock-and-bull story about an attack.

I : She had the same story a year ago, Yes, today Is the day you meet the spirited Bowie's, Inseparable companions, the lanky Weakness of Force
'. and there was no attack."
"True Alfredo. But Carmen Spanish heroine of this great Missourian'Ben: Paradole, and Simmie, the Who overcomes by force hath
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Tales, Folk Tales and Myths Tales by tract condemnation of Florida, for of: the acquisition the license Issued for said dog in the signated business lots: (b) $3,500.00on

H. C. Meador, Pastor from Greece and Rome Heroes and The perpetual right, privilege, current year. any lot West of Francisco Street .
Section IV. It shall be unlawful **
within the Santa Maria
Heroines, Stories That Never Grow power and authority' to enter and for any person, firm or corporation designated business Section lots,, and excepting -

Tho Friendly Church Old Old Fashioned Tales, Stories of deposit upon Government Lots 1, owning a female dog to permit the excepting all lots fronting on the
5. 6, 7 and 10 Section 6, and female
dog to run at large in said
South line of Pasadena Avenue
9:45 B. Courage and Heroism Animal and Government Lot 1 in Section 7, all all
Sunday school a. m., city while In season. lots in Block' 190. 101. 192, 193 and
E."'Herring, superintendent. Nature Stories, Stories of Today, in Township 43 South Range 29 Section V. The sanitary officer, official 194; (c) all lots included under sub-
Hendry County, Florida less
East. dog catcher, or any police officer of sections (a) and, (b) are 'expressly
Morning worship 11:00 a. m. Peoms. Parcels K, KA, KJ. KK, KL and LH the City of Clewiston is authorizedand reserved exclusively, for residencesfor
v of James Whit- as shown on plat of the right of directed to capture any dog one family only (d) 1500.00 on
8:00 by pastor. Complete Works ;
and m. sermon for the Caloosahatchee River
p. way running at large in the City of Clew- any lot within San Pablo Park Section
Training Union worship meets comb Riley filed in Plat Book 2, page 69, iston without a license tag as herein between Atlantic and Pacific
public records of Hendry County, provided, and keep said dog for a Avenues ( ) all lots fronting on
6:45 p. m., Arch Hodges director. Food and Life Yearbook of Agri- riorida: earth, spoil and other ma- period of seventy-two (72) hour South line; e of Pasadena Avenue, in

Evening worship, 8:00 p. m. culture, donated by Kiwanis Club. terial excavated in the Improve- During the 72 hours following the Santa Maria Section, are restricted to
ment, construction und mainten- capture of any unlicensed dog its residences and
Intermediate G. A's. at the church apartments, flats
ance of the Caloosahatchee River owner may redeem said dog upon the double houses to cost not less than
2:30 Monday afternoon. and Canal and in Hendry' County, payment of $1.00, in addition to the I $3,500.00; (f) all lots in Blocks 190.
Application For CCC Florida: I regular fee for licensing, and 25c 191, 192 193 and 194 are restrictedto
Sunbeams at the church at' 4:00p. In which petition the following are additional a day for each day said residences and apartments and no

m. Monday afternoon. named respondents: Herbert P. Williams dog is impounded. After the expira- apartment shall be erected on any of
Acceptance During Oct. unmarried; Emma Williams, tion of 72 hours each dog so Impounded said lots at a cost of less than $7-
Junior G. A's.' Wednesday at 3:30p. unmarried: Fannie D. Williams, unmarried for' lack of license shall be 500.00 and no residence shall be

m. at the church. .. : Edwin R. Williams and AnnaW. painlessly destroyed. erected on any of said lots at a cost
Williams, his wife; Isabella M. Section VI.The
sanitary officer, of less than 350000. Nothing in
Royal Ambassadors Friday' nightat Jacksonville Sept. 20-Special) Williams:, a widow;' Arthur T. Williams official dog catcher or any police offi- this section shall be construed to :::r
7:30 p. m. Jr., and Emma Rochelle Williams cer of the City of Clewlston is prevent physician or' dentist from ?-
service -Additional Hendry county youths!: as executors of the Last Will authorized and directed to captureany maintaining an office in the residence
Regular mid-week, prayer will have the opportunity to join and Testament of Arthur T. Williams female dog running at large in occupied by him. All lots not speci-
Wednesday evening ,at 8:00 p. m. deceased:' Arthur T. Williams', Jr. individually the City of Clewlston while in seasonas fically Included' in this section are
the ranks of the Civilian Concerva- and Claire Drew Williams, herein provided, and to keep ,said unrestricted as to the conditions in
tion Corps in the near future. There his wife; Emma Rochelle Porter and dog segregated from any! and all this Section set forth.
Garret Porter,' her husband: Lucy male dogs, and to keep said. female
School News- Not than residence
are eight at present enrolled. Starke Williams, unmarried; and dog for a period of seventy-two (72) I i more one shall
be erected In lot includedIn
Herbert Drew, unmarried, Isabella hours. the 72 any
During hours
State Welfare Board certify sub-sections (a) and (b) but
(Continued from! Page 1) Milling Drew, unmarried, Katharine ing ,the capture of said female dog, nothing herein shall prevent the
ing and selecting agency today an- Frances Drew, unmarried, and ,George its owner may redeem said dog' upon tion of a residence on a greater erec-areathan
Journal. Magnificent Obsession nounced that approximately '1,750; Frank Drew unmarried, as heirs at the payment of $5.00. and 25c addi- one lot and no other buildingor
law of Isabella M. Drew deceased; tional day for each said
Our Disputed a day dog
Forgive Us Trespasses, buildings shall be erected, con-
Florida young men will be enrolled all us heirs at law of Marcellus A. Is impounded. After the expirationof structed or maintained upon'any lot

Passage. during the period October 1 to Williams/ deceased. 72 hours, each female, dog so Im- included within sub-sections (a) andb
Clarence Mulford Hopalong NOW, THEREFORE, you, and the pounded for ,running at large'while ( ) except a private garage or stable
October 20.Applications. In season shall be painlessly destroyed. -
ubove named respondents, and each and a greenhouse for the sole use
Cassidy and the Eagle's Brood will be accepted by of you and all other persons con- of the owner or occupant of said
Hopalong Cassidy Takes Cards, cerned In or having an interest in, Section VII. The City Clerk is dwelling.
the local offices of the twelve ,dis- or lien upon the abo.c'deflcrlbed properly authorized to issue'. the license ,hereIn Before any building or improve-*"
Mesquite. Jenkins, Round-up Trail trict welfare boards which are to you are hereby notified to be provided. ment on any part of the present ,-
Dust On Trail of Tumbling' T. and appear in said United States Section VIII. All outstanding dog General Plan of Clewiston is occupieda
be found in every county of th" District Court for the ,Southern Dis- licenses are hereby revoked and the septic tank must be erected con-
Malva and other Tales-Gorky; state, State Welfare CommissionerC. trict of Florida, at Tampa Florida, officials are instructed to make refund structed and maintained upon said
The Land of Cockayne 1 and 11 on the 15th day of October, 1940, tc I of license fee. *" premises so to be occupied in accord-
C. Codrington stated. To be show what interest or lien you, or I r Section IX. Failure to comply with ance with plans and specifications
Serao; Poor Plutocrats 'Jokar; eligible for selection a young man any of you, have in or to the above the provisions of this, ordinance shall approved by the City Building Com-
Neils Lyhne Jacobsen; Lion of described property, or any part thereof I l be punishable by a fine not to exceed missioner, provided however, that
must be a citizen' of the United and to show ,cause. ,if 'any, you $10.00.Section when a sewerage system has been
Flanders 1, Conscience; Lion of States, unemployed and in need of or any of you have, why said property X. All ordinances or parts constructed so as to serve said
Flanders 11, Fate Comperus; ThtCat's should not be taken by United of ordinances in conflict herewithare premises and provision herein shall
employment of good character be States of America for the purposesset hereby repealed. be disregarded.

Bridge, Superman; Dona tween 17 ,and ,ZZy2 years, of age I forth in said petition; and this Section XI. This ordinance shall Section 3. At no time shall any
Perfects Galdos; Fisher Maiden on penalty of you. and each ,und all become effective immediately upon its portion of land comprising ,the pres-
unmarried, out of school, physicallyand !of you, the said respondents? being passage. ent General Plan of Clewlston, or
Bjornsen. mentally fit.. "Th'e minimum barred of all claim and interest in WHEREAS, it Is provided by the any improvements erected thereon be .
Leslie ,Charteris-Prelude for maximum and to said property. Charter of the City of Clewlston that occupied by, or sold, conveyed, mort-
Thieves term is for six months the WITNESS the Honorable William J. "except in the case of a grave em- gaged, pledged, rented or leased, in
War, Happy Highwayman term of service two 3'cars. :Barker, United States District Judge, ergency therein declared, each ordi- ; whole"or in part, to any person or
Picnic Saint In New York Saint month ''and likewise the undersigned as nance shall be introduced and readin persons of Negro or Ethiopian descent ,
Overboard Saint Goes On. The compensation is $30 per Clerk of said District Court, at Tampa, full at a regular meeting or a provided, however, this is not
with subsistence. Those chosen at Florida, this the 11th'day of September special meeting called for that pur- intended to include or prevent occupancy -
P. G. Wodehouse-Code of the month 1940. pose, and shall not be adopted until by such person as a domestic
Woosters Very Good Jeeves Laugh- camp leaders receive $45 per 'Attest A ,True Copy a regular meeting held at least ten servant or while actually employedin
and assistant leaders' .$36.. I. EDWIN R. WILLIAMS. days thereafter when it shall be read or about the premises by the
ing Gas Young Men In Spats, Sum- Clerk, U. S. District Court, in full and may be amended or modi- I I owner, or occupant thereof.
Moonshine Hot Water. Through a change in eligibility Southern District of Florida. fied and passed." Section 4. Penalty for Violation. A
mer requirements which became effectiv1 By NETTIE TIDWELL, D. C. THEREFORE, it, is hereby -declared J I I person who shall violate a provisionof
Sax Rohmer-Five Fu. Manchu THOMAS McE. JOHNSTON that a grave emergency exists for this Ordinance or fail to comply
novels and White Velvet. July 1 this year, eligibility is extended -I Attorney at Law, the immediate passage of this ordi- therewith or with any of the require-
to all who are in need of Miami, Florida, nance at a special meeting called for ments thereof, or who' shall erect
Mary Roberts Rinehart-Miss Attorney for Petitioner. the passage of said ordinance in construct, alter or repair, or has
Pinkerton, The Album The Doctor, employment and is no longer confined I No. 218. 4t. Sept 13-20-27. Oct. 4, 1940 order that the City of Clewiston will erected, constructed, altered or repaired -
to those who are in need of be entitled to collect the aforesaid a building or structure, in Co t-,
: State Vs. Elinor Norton, Irish Plays license taxes in accordance with law, violation of a detailed statement or.
I the Game and others. relief. I and enforce the provisions of this plan submitted and approved thef( ..
DILL NO. 32 ordinance.No. under, or of a permit or certificate
, Story of Mankind Story of Our i ORDINANCE NO. 32 216-2t. Sept. 13-20, 1940. issued thereunder, shall be guilty of

Bodies, Story, of,Our Minds Story iI I .. a misdemeanor disdemeanor' punishable by a fine of
a punishable by a fine of
i.' of Plants Story of Animals Story I LEGAL NOTICES not less than ten dollars nor more

[:' of Weather-Popular Science Libr AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED"AN HILL NO. 33 than five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment -
ORDINANCE NO. 33 not exceeding six months
r ary. ORDINANCE REQUIRINGAN or by both such fine and imprison"
r:' Ten Volumes American Educators ':ANNUAL LICENSE FOR ment, and each day such'violation
NOTICE TO APPEARIN DOGS, AND PROVIDING FOR shall be permitted to exist shall con-
Encyclopedia.Edna ., stitute a separate offense.
An to limit building
according -
Ferber-Show Boat, Come TION -OF DOGS RUNNING AT their constructionto The owner of a building, structure -
to use or
or premises, where anything In viola-
.-Ii and Get It. American Beauty The THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE OUT, LICENSE IN THE TAGS AND specified zones of the City and tion of this Ordinance shall be placedor

\. Girls.. So Big Cimarron. UNITED STATES FOR THE PROVIDING FOR THE SEIZ- to establish such zones. 'shall exist, 'and'an'architect'build-
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA URE AND DESTRUCTION OF er, contractor, agent, person or'cor-
" Robert Louis Stevenson-New TAMPA DISTRICT. FEMALE DOGS RUNNING AT COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF poration employed in connection there- '

Arabian Nights, Master of Ballas- LARGE IN THE CITY WHILEIN CLEWISTON, FLORIDA: with and who may have assisted in
i. CUI1 No. 305: T. SEASON AND PROVIDINGFOR J the commission of such violation shall
fi trae. Memories Portraits An InI A PENALTY FOR THE Section 1. Zones. For the purposeof each be guilty or'a separate offense "Y
land Voyage, The Black' Arrow UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, VIOLATION OF THE DIFFER- this Ordinance, the City of Clew- and upon conviction ,thereof shall be
iston is hereby divided into Eight
Petitioner fined as herein provided.The .
Treasure Island, Silverado Squat- ORDINANCE." sections or zones: imposition of penalties here-

I ters Studies of,Men and Books. vs- 1. Marcheta Section. in prescribed shall not preclude the
2. La Flora Section.
Corporation Counsel from instituting
L: Con n Doyle-The Return of Government Lots 1, 6, 6, 7 and 10, in BE COMMISSION IT ENACTED OF BY THE THE CITY CITY 01" 3., Santa Maria Section. appropriate action or proceeding to

:':, Sherlock Holmes Sign of the Four Section 6, and Government Lot 1 in CLEWISTON, FLORIDA: 4., San Pedro Section. prevent an unlawful erection, construc-
Section 7. all in Township 43 South 5_ San Juan Section.fi. tion, or re-construction, alteration, repair -"
rr His Last Bow Memoirs of Sher- San Pablo Park Section.
Range 29 East Hendry County, Section 1.That it shall be unlaw- convention, maintenance or use or
::' lock Holmes, A Study in Scarlet Florida, less parcels K, KA, KJ. KK, ful for anY' person, firm or corpora- tion.7. Industrial and Wholesale Sec- to restrain, correct or abate a violation,
KL and LH as shown on plat of tion to own. keep; maintain or ', or to'prevent the occupancy of a
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
;;, 8. Retail Business Section. tt
, the right of sway for the Caloosa- harbor any dog within the city limitsof building, structure or premises; or
'; Louis Bromfield-Early Autumn hatchee River filed in Plat Book the City of Clewlston without first The boundaries of each of these to prevent an illegal act, conduct, ...
2, page 69, Public Records Hendry obtained therefor license zones are hereby established as business or use in or about any
The Here having a
Farm Today and Gone shown on the Building Zone Map, premises.
County ,
'' from the officials duly authorized to which accompanies and is hereby declared ,
Tomorrow A 'Modern Hero The issue licenses: Said licenses shall be Section 5. Validity. If any sec-
Rains Came The Man Who HadEverything. HERBERT P. WILLIAMS, unmarried, in force until the first day of October to be a part of this Ordinance tion or part of section or paragraphof
and others named in the petition, next ensuing. Section 2. Restrictions. No resi- this Ordinance is declared invalid
,. Respondents.THE dence building or structure shall be -unconstitutional it shall not be
Alexandre Section II. A fee of $1.00 shall be erected, constructed or maintained up- held to invalidate or impair the
In Iron
PRESIDENT OP THE UNITED paid to such licensing authority who on any portion of the area comprisIng validity, force or effect of any other
Mask Louise De La Valliere, STATES TO: .. shall keep a record of the owner- the City of Clewiston, whatso- section or sections or part of sec-
Memories of A Physician Joseph ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN OR ship, name, breed, color and sex ever, except as hereinafter providedand tion or paragraph of this Ordinance.
HAVING LIENS UPON THE PROP- of each dog so licensed together except as to all of the terms and Section 6. Conflicting Ordinances
Balsamo ,Taking the Bastille The ERTY HEREINAFTER' IN THIS with such other information as may conditions herein and of these covenants -, Repealed. All Ordinances and partsor
Queen's Necklace Count of Monte NOTICE DESCRIBED: be necessary for identifying the dogso and restrictions: No residence Ordinances inconsistent herewithare
licensed. shall be erected, constructed at a hereby repealed.
gp;\, Cristo (two volumes) Marguerite WHEREAS, a petition has been Section III. Every dog licensed in cost less than (a) $5,000.00 on any Section 7. Date of Effect. This
.. De Valois, Three Musketeers. filed by the United States of America compliance with this ordinance shall lot West of Francisco Street within Ordinance shall take effect and be In
in the Division Court of the wear a metal tag bearing the name of Marcheta Section, on any lot within force immediately upon its passage. j,
; Junior Classics, Fairy'and Wonder United States for the Southern Dis the municipality and the number of the La. Flora Section, excepting: de- No. 217. 2t. Sept. 13-20, 1910.

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