The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00811
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 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
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System ID: UF00028415:00811
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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} 1940-41 Harvest Season Opens Monday !!

';'1': Hendry County Voters Are Duck Sunrise Season TomorrowThe OpensAt 'I c 1[Restrictions Will Force Storage ';1!

Urged To 'Vote Next Tuesday Of Large Part Qf Sugar Made ,,';;

opening of the duck
o seasonin c
\, ,
;.I. Florida always finds' a large
>,.,-Y -, PRESIDENTIAL RACE AND Plenty Of ExemptionsThe gathering of South Florida hunterson Prices Approved For BARN TO BE STARTED '
;> : the shores of Lake Okeechobeeand
this season is no exception. Florida Sugar CaneThe .
first white man in Clewis- Available facilities are being taxedto
Ballot on Page 5 The 1940-1941 sugarcane harvest
'" ton whose number was drawn the utmost to accomodate the .'"

rI" --- In the draft lottery, number 1U influx of duck hunters who are hereto Department of Agriculture in the Everglades will start Mon- .;

' .... Next Tuesday the voters of Hendry in the order drawn, was James greet the opening of the 1940 Monday approved "fair and rei..sonable" day morning, November 4, 1940, :

:,_;,',' county, the same as those of every Edward Elrod, ttho is employedat duck season tomorrow (Saturday) prices for 1940 Louisianaand according to announcement made by ':
other county in the United States
tho Sucjailand Service Station. and Florida to be paid
morning at sunrise there are sugar cane
7 will go to the polls to cast a JayV.. Moran, Vice-President,
Yet it has never crossed lUre few of these hunters who could be by processors who as producers apply -
i ;, ballot for the election of the can- United States Sugar Corporation. r
:-,-. Elrod's mind that he might hate argued into believing that they for Federal payments under the
: -i.
didates of their choice.
to go for immediate army train- would or might fail to bring in 1937 Sugar Ac't.The Colored labor has been arriving

k- In Florida, as in many' of the ing. He has reasons, at least the bag limit with little effort on Louisiana rates will be the daily preparatory to the season .'.i
southern states where there is
ten of them, why' he feels that this first day. same as those in effect last year opening and yesterday morning the ;

A-, ; : really only one party, the Demo- he will ,not be called in to service Large flocks of ducks are reported -1 with two minor modifications. For Cane Cutters' Special, Atlantic '
cratic nomination is tantamount to
-"; -Ills wife, seven sons and in the lake marshes but the Florida the department approvedan Coast Line train made up in ,

election and it merely is a matter two daughters. And 'he, is only great flocks which were scatteredin increase of about 22 cents a Yemassee, S. C., arrived with more ,:
of form to go to the polls and mark
tttentj-nine years of age. small ponds throughout the ton in rates established by the one than a hundred workers. Others ,
., the ballot for the Democratic nomI-
have been
-" Five of the children are said 'glades area a few weeks ago when grower-processor operating there. coming by truck and

- ,' 1 r': nees. This year only one Republican to be attending school at this the water was high were forcedto Florida prices, effecting only private cars form north Florida,
candidate is left on the ballot
: to oppose Democratic nominees. the time and four are of preschoolage. feed elsewhere when the water about 15 growers, will be on a slid- Alabama and Georgia. _

' : (Continued on Page 10) ing. scale,' depending upon the priceof M. E. Von Mach, personnel manager -
candidate for Railroad Commissioner. -
and the contentof for the stated
" sugar sucrose corporation this -;
Other candidates dropped out It is understood that news of
the It explained thatif week that the
cane. was training
army con- "
just after the Republican conven- this unusual family cached the I
- '
,: SIDNEY MATTOX the sucrose content were 13 per scription, would take such a very ,; I
: tion in an effort to make the East Coast dailies and that a
.!' "" cent and the price of sugar three few workers that the effect would '
\ Republican presidential candidate picture of the family will be
cents a 'pound, the sugar cane price be negligible. And these would 1
in the state. in of the I
stronger published one Sunday
, ;" But there is an unusual interest papers. HOLDER OF NO. 158 would be 2.80 a ton. be easily replaced by other labor. l

: The 'average New York sugar The sugar house will begin operating ,'
:, in the Presidential this
: race year We recommend that the draft "
' price' for the period from October approximately at noon on '
: ::, and a record general election vote
board Mr. Elrod immediately
; : place IN HENDRY COUNYSidney ,15 to May 31 will be used. Tuesday. ;
is anticipated. As we vote, in in the deferred class No. 4
!-. For Louisiana, the basis rate for Throughout the period of the !
Florida. on the electors instead of and forget that he was CACI-
i, ,', the candidate it will be well for registered. cane will be continued at a ratio harvest more than 5,000 men will :::

,,_ ',(, every voter to remember that the Calip Maddox of Felda, a (Continued on Page 10) be employed'at the highest agricul- I

Democratic electors. seven of them, brother of County Judge W. T. tural wages paid anywhere in the ',-

are arranged first on the ballot and Maddox of this county held the United States. Moran stated that : ;'

' '; the Republican electors follow MANY LOSE JOBS AS first number, 158, which was drawn SCHOOL CARNIVAL this was the tenth harvest of United :

-; .: them, also seven.Considerable Tuesday shortly after noon by Sec- States Sugar Corporation and should I

', J: /:: ,interest has also retary of War Stimson in Washington. be, its largest. However, Federal :i i

, ''.':,' been manifested in the six constitu- CONSTRUCTION ENDS The second number, or Order NETS $100.00 FORPARENTTEACHERS restrictions on the production of :I

" tional amendments to be voted on Number two, serial 192, was held sugar, a vital food necessity anda ,i

,.'} this year. A fight has, been, made ON LAKE PROJECTThe by Edward W. Tate, a colored non-surplus commodity, very prob- : ;

against one or two of these .ind laborer of Clewiston and Order ably will curtail the harvest. {

has drawn public attention to them Number 19, the next one affecting Clarence R. Bitting, President of I"

" so that most every voter will big U. S. Engineer hydraulic '[regis ration in this county was held United States Sugar Corporation I

'- : mark his ballot for against these by James E. Elrod, also of Clew- j
::" l or dredge, Welatka, which has playeda The Hallowe'en Carnival, held made th following statement: .

'i' 'amendments. prominent part in constructionand iston. last night at the school house and : "A new year begins; a year which f
'_. ;1.:; It is also we l''z9f- the voter to repair work n levees on the The drawing continued, with grounds and'sponsored by the Pa- marks the close of a decade. Today

,, : remember that in the general election Lake Okeechobee? project is' completing each notable' .present, "participating rent-Teachers.A- s i tion netted the I begins the tenth 'harvest of United --i-;'

( the X is placed in front of her last piece of work on by drawing one number, slowly fora association approximately a hundred. States Sugar Corporation. How .I

: the candidates' name which is the the north shore levee this week and time and then was speeded up as dollars and was as large a successin !different the outlook: than that of

;;r reverse of the custom in the pri- this formality was concluded. Yet other as it was financially.The .
will be moved at once to St. Lucie ways, ten years ago. Ten years ago the

1 '' maries. ILock No. 1 for demobilization.It it was. after five o'clock Wednesday different rooms in the new (Continued on page 10)

is expected that orders will morning before the last number, school building were given over

School Board Ass'n come through soon for the removal 9,000 was drawn from the now to various concessions such as bingo, 25-12

of the dredge to Jacksonvilleor famous "fish bowl". Hendry coun- hot dog stand, cold drink stand, Pompano Wins .

:k f, :-" Meets In Marianna some other part of the district ty registrants, a little less than lunch room and fish pond and all :.I
!":,:, 1100 in number drew order Over Tigers Friday
\ '.. '. and for that reason a larger crew num- did a thriving business. .;
of men will be maintained than is bers ranging from 1 to close to the II
The attraction how-
outstanding ,
Charles Miner, Clewiston member ':i
I 9,000 mark. These order numbers
customary when a dredge is de which'
ever, was the costume parade ..
of the Hendry county school board Pompano's Beanpickers, ringingup
will not be made
known, officially,
mobilized. However, most of the th'e
took place in the auditorium
< and secretary of the State School a four touchdown, twenty-five
for several but I
R? crew of about eighty men will be days newspapers
children marching across the stagein
Board Association, was in Marianna have point lead in the first half of
laid off and already cessation of grouped the numbers in such '
Saturday attend a meeting of that full view of the spectators. The'following the game here Friday night againstthe I'
construction and work has a way that each registrant familiar
,.,. I were awarded prizes: I
organization. Other members of Clewiston Tigers had the Tigers
with his
laid off more than hundred em- serial number may learn
I Most Attractive Costumes: Young
the county board also attended as counting their stripes in the midstof
approximately what his order
ployees. num-
: well as Superintendent S. A. Graves. ber will Girl-Agnes Ann Hackett as an old- the mix-up. For twenty-five I'I
be. This order number
The engineer crews have also
,: r A report was heard from T. V. will fashioned girl; Young Boy-John points was too high a hurdle for
been reduced transferto determine the order in which !
mostly by
Perry as Uncle Sam; Older Girl- and I
r Conway relative to an investigation the the Clewiston team overcome
registrants will be called for
some other location or through
of the tax status of railroads Sally Graham as a drum majoretteand although the Tigers leaped twice
the securing by some of these of training and those ,whose numbersare I
a,,' z and a resolution was approved in Older Boy-Frank were unable to leave but twelve:
rl r private employment. More very large need not anticipate
;, personnel of the seventh grade.
+ principle to place railroads on the claw marks on the staunch Pompano
reductions being called for a year or two or
are expected as
'\' same tax basis I with other tax-pay- three.It Most Original Costumes: Young six, the game ending 25-12. I
the project resolves itself into ,
" :' '; ing agencies. Girl-Ann Prewitt as Pinocchio; Pompano did most of their scor- ,
has been estimated that the
maintenance work and
\ '" A permanent legislative committee strictly a Young Boy-Dick Schiffli 'as a ing in" the first quarter but 3eeni' ,I
first call foil trainees will in
there is considerable t
, was named composed of Carl conjecture ,as doctor; Older Girl Jacqueline ed to let up after that. Johnsonof
-. to how large force will be main- about a hundred and fifty in Hendry :
.... :) A. Widdelt'of West Palm Beach, a Bledsoe as an Irish woman and Pompano was clearly the out-
tained. county and from this first150
: '" T. V. of Older Donald Thomas Old either side. He
Conway Sebring and Byron Boy.- as standing player on
after they classified to
are as being
The 'construction
only work
Whatley of Jacksonville. Mr. now Black Joe.Prizes scored the first touchdown in less
.1 underway is the St. Lucie Lockat immediately ready for service or in
, '. Waddell was also appointed delegate the for the older boys werea than two minutes of play, going
5 Stuart. The first contract three deferment classes, there
to the national convention In from the one-yard line after
will model ship and a model, train;
actual lock chamber about probably be ten or fifteen
:, Chicago and will probably be is now sustained drive from their own
accompanied 85 cent complete. taken provided the ranks are not for older girls, a 'novelty necklace a
by Mr. Miner. filled by volunteers in the mean- and a scarf; for young boys, guns thirty. Johnson scored again a

'.. A number of resolutions were time. and books and for for young girls, few minutes' later, running forty
unanimously adopted among which PATRICK DONOVAN The names of the first 100 registrants assorted hair ribbons and a shell yards for the second tally. Just

.j were: that the legislature be requested bracelet. before the ,quarter ended McClellanof
in the order "in whch their
Patrick Donovan, 66 of ,
to provide $900 teacher years age Pompano added six more points
died Sunday night at his home in serial numbers were drawn Tuesdayis Judges were Mrs. G, H. Small, !
unit instead of $800 and pro- to this and Johnson carried across
South .as follows: Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Miss Betty It'
Clewiston following a heart
I the
vide for 9-month school terms; for the extra point making
re-affirming of attack. Funeral services were held Spicer. Announcer was Rev. Ralph 19-0 at the end of, this I,,
approval tax survey Sidney C. Maddox, Felda, W score
A Community
1\[ Martin of the
Monday afternoon and burial
by Continuing Educational Council was Edw. W. Tate, ,Clewiston, C I,quarter.
;, ."t and others; that all school boards made in Fort Denaud Cemetery. James E. Elrod, Clewiston, W Church. Soon after the second quarter "

..... ::1 unite on legislation on all unpaid Mr. Donovan was born in Ireland James K. Weaver, Clewiston, W Following the parade a dance 1 started Rowlett intercepted a pass
and came to America with his was held in the auditorium and I EI I Ivisitors'
1939 railroad taxes; legislation to pa- Paul Owens, LaBelle, C I and ran sixty-eight yards for the

.t i insure half of race track funds go- rents when he was '8 years old. John Lincoln Shaw, LaBelle, C enjoyed by a sizeable group of fourth touchdown. The

0 Ing to the county school boards He has been'a farmer in the Clew- Wm. A. Word, Clewiston, W young people. :Music was by a rest of the game was a see-saw II

but iston area for many years. His West Palm Beach orchestra. affair except for the two times
"1 not to disturb any local act Reuben Plair, Felda, C
which already provided for this only known survivor is the widow. Alonzo L. Howard, LaBelle, W I I that Clewiston crossed their op !

'"l or greater distribution. The stand -- Arthur E. Reckwerdt, LaBelle, W Boy Scouts Hold ponents' goal line. i !

for forty-five per cent of Murphy Kiwanis Club Has Manning Ira Keen, Clewiston, W The first Clewiston score was dur-

:, tax money to school boards ,was reaffirmed Trilton E. Cochran, Clewiston, W Court Or HonorJ. ing the closing minutes of the

: and also that fifty per Current Event QuizThe Louis A. Jennings, Clewiston, W second quarter when Reddish raced i''

? ,'f cent of intangible tax money be Carl E., Johnson, Clewiston, W over from the three-yard line after

: ', returned to the county from which Freddie A. Spivey, Clewiston, C A. Gaskin, Scout Executive of his pass to Lang had given the I'I

:: it was collected and be divided program at the mid-week Willie E. Dryer, Clewiston, C the Sunniland Council, was here Tigers a first down at that point.

r' equally between the county boards. meeting of the Kiwanis Club at Eddie J. Taylor, Clewiston, C Tuesday night to meet with' the The other score was late in the final I'

,; The delegation was entertained 'the Inn Wednesday night was an- Dories Smith, Clewiston, C local Boy Scout troop for a Courtof quarter when Slonaker caught a :r,

3" with a sea food luncheon at Florida other current event quiz program A. C. McNeil, LaBelle C Honor. Other members of, the pass and eluded Pompano tacklers I

State Caverns, taken on a tour of based on a series of questions pre- Leonard Echols, Clewiston, C court were W. C. Owen and A. W. for a sixty-two yard dash across

the State Industrial School and I pared by Time magazine.The Walker F. Nail, Clewiston, W Lawrence. Bobby Broadfoot was the goal line. I;

given a banquet that evening at I program next Wednesdaywill Willie Becklum, LaBelle, C awarded a merit badge for read- During the half and throughoutthe I'

the Hotel Chipola. Half of the be put on by the Harris Walker W. Jackson, Clewiston, C ing and a number of other boys game the U. S. S. C. band played -

counties In the state were represented brothers of West Palm Beach who : John Batts, LaBelle, C indicated htat they were almost a number of stirring marches, /.

, at the meeting. were forced to cancel a previous W .W. Woodward, Clewiston, W /ready for merit badge tests. The closing with the Star Spangled

engagement here. One is a well- Wm. L. Beckton, Clewiston, C plan of Boy Scout emergency Banner J. D. Hooker gave a play :

.,1 J. E. Beardsley was a business known tennis star and the other John A. Partridge. Clewiston, C mobilization was also explained by by play broadcast oj the ,game I

visitor in Miami Tuesday. r 1a bait-caster of considerable ability. .(Continued on Page 10) I Mr. Gaskin. which greatly'aided 'the spectators. !

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Uncle Sam ]Peers Into Nature Wise and OtherwiseA

For Benefit of. One and AllThe -G defined GENTLEMAN as one who has is been polite -

to you even when he has

government is constantly making experiments that lead towardsthe fi R BE EN no favors to ask.

discovery of new uses for everything that comes from the soil, as reduce No matter, they'll how much be bargains.some girls
well as towards the correction of many ,natural evils which seriously never
"It's difficult to find out
Washington D. C. a
About Town affect the national well being. This experimentation, in the long run, ,_ Mexican's politics," says a
big dividends. Here are a few pictures showing how Uncle Sam RUSSIA AGAIN BUYING COTTON
The Big Parade: Millionaire C. pays Here is writer. But they usually are
big news for the South
V. (Sonny) Whitney, who, intimates goes about this important work. ,Soviet Russia is back in the American revealed at the inquest.A .
insist, will soon be back in circula cotton market. pedestrian: A man with a
tion The newest of the serious
She already has purchased 58,000 wife, two sons and a daughter,
romancers, Eddy Duchin and Carol bales and one
of which 18,000 are en route car.
Bruce Jay Carlisle, whose
via Vladivostok in In
Greek ships, and a million years the Ant-
merger with Marcelle Edwards is a .: has indicated the total orders may arctic may become habitable.
Reno-go, and Virginia Langdon, his r- run as high as 500,000 bales. -News item. Just'at the moment
next? Isabel Jewell of the
To however it's one of those
moom pitchers and Bob Musel, the facilitate transportation, the ,
maritime commission last week frozen assets.Crochet .
reporter, who are cheek-to-cheeking
Gladys Glad, more beautiful granted sub-charters to Amtorg (the
than ever, and groom M. Hellinger, Soviet trading agency) for three U.
who, is hardly Congressman : S. freighters, the Carleton, Export
Warren G. Magnuson of Seattle and : : .1 and motor ship Excelsior, which will Table Cloth
load the cotton at Houston and Gal-
Trudy Burke of the Ed Wynn show
-having their own New Deal veston. Of Peacock Plumes
George White and divorcee Doris The last time Russia bought U. S.

Donaldson Judy Canova and cotton was in the early 1930s.
her rumored new marriage name (in Official Russian explanation for
the near future) Johnny Diggs of the U. S. purchases is that under the

H'wood ., Critic John Mason latest five-year plan, her spinning
Brown-peacocking because of the equipment ,is so rapidly expanding
new baby boy .via Medical Center r\ that she needs more cotton than she

Lady Brinsley-Plunkett, who : produces. According to the Soviet
will sell her Rolls-Royce for a buyers their spindle capacity will]

measly $8,000 Harry James, reach a point in 1942 ,which will require /la / Ii' Q'e," Ae
who says he's been studying Milton ; a 40 per cent increase in cot
Berle's new nose for weeks, but still ton supply.

can't tell on which comedian he's : The matter of possible Russian re-
seen it before! s N, tote ds export of the U. S. cotton to Germany
.. h r\r ti ., ; nr: riments lead -
alt :
tvltose exPe or the Bure was one of the subjects dis.
Memos of a Midnighter: Could r. Above: R, Lee, s Beioty: Chemists conferring on ;' cussed by Undersecretary of State
the Hotel Pierre's sleeping beauty the sire o ego Enh'veering ; Sumner Welles and Soviet Ambassador -

(who took an overdose of sleeping .:',, Agricultural Chemistry'and Oumansky, who gave positive
pills and is still unconscious) be .YM o f fur entine assurances that the cotton was:
Mary Rogers, the Powers model? strictly for Russian use.
She hasn't reported for a fortnight sDIPLOMATIC *

Gloria Swanson's son is at CAPITALIt
the Republic Aviation plant at looks as if San Francisco is
Farmingdale, learning how to build slated to become the capital for Axis { f ,? r1.0,.
planes Editor Frank Carson, N w diplomacy in the 'United States. ';, ek? N.

a great newspaper man, has quit ,nC 2 ,.: .L M p : .C \ For several years, the city has .wi .
journalism after 40 years for his been the headquarters of Capt. Fritz

Arizona ranch The nearest Wiedemann, Hitler's World war
thing ,the town has had since Coal commander and personal represent.
Oil Johnny is a handsome young ative in this country. And now he Pattern 6757.
character named Homer Hines. A has been joined by a new 'Italian
racetracker. He and his two assist- consul general of equal behind-the ,BEGINNERS, make an ,impres-
ants, H Crump and Chas. Scott, scenes eminence. He is Carlo Bos. with your handiwork! This
hoss trainers, are the biggest spenders si, who ranks as high in inner Mussolini medallion, Peacock Plumes, so
in years. More spectacularthan councils as Wiedemann does easy to crochet, will make you as
free fireworks.Simplee wundaful in Hitler's. proud as the peacocks who inspired

What's Rose it.
Billy cookingup is
Bossi ,who carefully avoidingthe *
with the of Roseland and
owner ,
s J'r r 1 \ asr2' limelight, played a leading role
Pattern 6757 contains Instructions
the Gay Blades Ice Rink? Harp- for
in Italy's support of General Franca making medallions; illustration of them
er's fiction editor, George Davis, against the Spanish Loyalists, and is and stitches; photograph of medallions;
wants to marry Gypsy Rose.Lee. materials needed.,J5end order to:
credited with directing the captureof

Barcelona, the ,blow that crushedthe
Modern Vignette: Busby Berkeley Republic. He is strongly anti- Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
is one of Hollywood's top directors : : ; British and has close ties with both 82 Eighth Ave. ,New York

who came to town to ,see the Nazi and Japanese bigwigs.It Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pat
premier of his recent clicker : tern No...........
was no accident that Bossi assumed
"Strike Up the Band." He ,stoppedat F his San Francisco post'short NameAddress...............................
the Plaza, if you please, and after ftf ly before the announcement of the ......... ...................
two days of being bored stiff with
4,<1: Axis-Japanese alliance. From the
conferences, meetings, etc., he : Pacific; coast city, and working
phoned Prop. Proser at The Beach.comber closely with Wiedemann, he will be

"How about roundingup in"a strategic position to represent Pull the Trigger on
some of the old gang, I'd love n Puce' in the Far East.
being with you all once more beforeI .t; Lazy Bowels
go back to the Coast?" he said NEW SYSTEM FOR ARMY

Proser phoned the "mob," BUYING with herb laxative.combined With syrup pepsla
including every available showgirlon Nothing has been said about it to make It agreeable and easy to take
Broadway, to come to "a party" publicly, but the defense commission When constipation brings on acid indigestion -
,_bloating, dizzy spells,
You such crowdof
never saw a has persuaded the army to coated tongue, sour taste and Bad
lovely lookers Everybody make a revolutionary change in its breath your stomach is probably "cry-
had a wonderful time, as did the purchasing methods. It will mean, ing the blues"because your bowels don't
guest of honor whom move. It calls for Laxative Senna to pull
nobody met factories
juicy orders to hundreds of the trigger on those lazy bowels, com
. In the excitement, a captain Hide and Seek but it isn't the Franklin A. Coffman, Depart- which never had a look in before. bined with ,good old Syrup Pepsin to
thought Berkeley sucker. make laxative and
was lonely the old your more agreeable
He ushered him quietly to a game we played as children. The neat Agronomist, experimentingvith The new system junks pro- easier to take. For years many Doctors
rear table to get him out of the hide is cowhide, and these chemistsare drought-resisting plants. Suc- cedure of advertised bids and substitutes have used pepsin compounds, as agreeable -
a modified plan of negotiated carriers to make other medicinesmore
way Busby was served two inspecting the results of exper- cess would restore the agriculturalvalue contracts. Instead of buying shoes, palatable when your "taster" feels
Zombies, chow-mein, and the check imental tanning. of the "dustbowl." in easily upset. So be sure your laxative
shirts, or raincoats huge quantities .
which he and Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr.
paid then
went home
a. ,.. from a few large concerns, the Caldwell's Laxative Senna, combined
He didn't want to interrupt the army will purchase these goods as with Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully
fun! its herb Laxative Senna wakes up lazy
of the
far within each
as possible
nerves and muscles in your intestines, to
nine corps areas. bring welcome relief from constipation.And .
Broadway Rhythm: The Skouras- This means that small local fac- see how its Syrup Pepsin makes Dr.Caldwell's .

Newins indictment (for allegedly tories will have a chance to obtain .able to a medicine touchy gullet.so smooth Even and finicky agree-
bribing Judge Manton), is comingup i a chunk of the army's business. children love the taste of this pleasant

for trial on the 28th. The GMenare : : a +. On the basis of orders already family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Lax-
b,3 ative Senna at druggist's today.
seeking "Mrs. Newins. If she & granted under the new system, experts Try one laxative that won't bring on
talks, they say, several famed law- :L.1Fw say costs will be no higher violent distaste, even when. you take it
yers may wind up in the clink than under'the old procedure. after a full meal.
Alois Fabry, brother of the Esquire *

cartoonist, and Sally Sawyer of WINNING ISOLATIONISTSVery UntarnishedCharacter

Vogue will be threaded next month quietly, the administration is must be kept brightas
Wythe Williams reports' that waging a campaign to win over Mid- well as clean.-Lord Chester-
the planned radio program for Na- west isolationist sentiment. Most field.
tional Defense is in abeyance until striking feature of this campaign is I
after the voting. The valid reason the distribution of the Bullitt speech
being: "political commercial com- given at Independence hall in Phila- Here's fast help
mitments have consumed full time" ;delphia. when misery achesin
Jack Sterling and chornie Dot : This distribution has now reachedthe overworkedortiredAt muscles. When
O'Neill are oof-ly clubby .' The amazing figure of 2,384,000. rub with pure whitePEETRO
Gypsy Markoff-G. Schirmer Jr. After his speech, Bullitt receivedno H E S
idyll merger talk, which someone less than 9,000 letters and tele-
planted in the gazettes, put the "insiders" grams, with unsolicited contribu- ( (

in stitches. Veddy fuddy tions totaling more than $6,000.

"Boyd's Daughter" which got the _,,, This paid for distribution of the
boyd from the critics, cost the Schu- speech.

berts 20 Gs. Chow Sleuth Dr. J. B. How- ;2}tk' Three people saw the Bullitt Riches Fair Gifts

ard, chief of the Microanalytical speech before it was delivered. One are fair ,gifts understanding of God.Luther.iVUri1i beauty. ,
It happened in West 52nd Street Division of the Food and Drug Ad- was Stanley Hornbeck, state depart-
early one recent morning Two ninistration. He sees that the food ment adviser on Far Eastern affairs -

garbage-wagon heavers paused to you buy is fit to eat. Here he is who urged, without success,
lean against a taxicab while a co- studying the deterioration of tomato that Bullitt tone it down. Anotherwas aoool l
operative taxi driver tuned up Archibald MacLeish, librarianof o uo
' the volume on his radio which was I products. congress, who was elated with it. STOtEfEARGE
giving the news roundup from the r -hl The third person was the President. aTTU r' "'
foreign correspondents When Right: Chemist HowardA.Jones, Note Highlight of the Bullitt 1. kSstso
they ended, one garbage collector I assigned. to the job of solving the speech was the warning: 'The Unit- 'xo# e
jumped back onto his truck, rubbedhis I I Japanese beetle' problem. He ed States is in as great peril todayas ,j IwuLL60t
hands, and to his partner (who knows the beetle like the inside of was France a year ago Un-
was lifting a refuse can) yelled: his own pocket, and soon expectsto less we act.now, decisively, to meet 1 s 'fessedRelteLRHEUMATISM .
"Go ahead; Berlin!" put a finish to him. the threat, we shall be too late."

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{ ti INTERNATIONAL ASK ME ) A Quiz With Answers

:( SUNDAY (I Lesson A NO'TH E R ? on Offering Various Information Subjects ,

Dean of The of Moody Bible Institute The Questions The Answers '

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

-1 1. What does Old Bailey meanto 1. The chief criminal court oj .' '
a Londoner? England. '
Lesson for November 3 I 2. What is the island where Columbus 2. Watling island.

first landed now called? 3. A firecracker.

Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected I 3. What is a petard? 4. No. There is a federal statute*

Council of Religious Education; used by 1 4. Does any law prohibit the to- against cleaning and polishing
: permission. tal destruction of U. S. coins? coins because of the resultant

JESUS DECLARES HIS MISSION ,5. In ancient times what people abrasion. :

,9voe'ad tgr. D >. tv ; worshiped Apis, the sacred bull? 5. The Egyptians.
,a+M"K\ 6. How different
peoples 6. Ten-The
LESSON TEXT-Luke 41630. many Arabians, Basques,
GOLDEN TEXT-For the Son of man Is claimed the discovery of.America Chinese Danes, Dutch, Icelanders,
come lost.-Luke to seek 19:10.and to save that which was prior to the voyage of Columbus? Irish, Portuguese., Venetians, and
', 7. What insect is sometimes the Welsh. -
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a a :ra KaiIs called the mud dauber? 1 7.
Ready for service I It's an excit-

ing and auspicious occasion when Wasps.'I!
s. the one who has prepared for a life I I

work is ready to set forth on his :
mission. Joy and sorrow mingle; By :
encouragement and opposition both HOW SEW RUTH WYETH

appear and become his constant SPEARS

companions. Recognizing God and
b f ( following His Word is of greatest - -

importance on such a day. for the braided strips. Cut the

, : The mission upon which Jesus entered -'-:. strips two inches wide if the goodsis

u I on the day of our, lesson was 'A'F heavy or wider if light weight.
WsMa *iH&i s&sasffiBSE? important far beyond any service of Braid tightly and then use No. 8

THE. COVERED DISH CHURCH SUPPER man, for, while He set out upon an Y \ J white cotton thread to sew, as '
: (See Recipes Below) earthly ministry of doing good, it shown. A set of these mats are '

led to the cross where He wroughtout TIGHTLY pretty on the table; and mats for
As I sit here thinking about church to the creamed mixture alternately deliverance for the captives of TO SEW WHITE STRIP 5 O" oval dishes may be made by sew
mind wanders back with the milk. Blend cocoa and boil- RIP5/i' LONG IN LOOPS TO
suppers, my Satan. That day found Him back PETALS ing two daisies together.
several years to the suppers I at- ing water. ,Add to the cake batter with His own people in the syna- Wip' MAKE IO THEN SEW *

tended in my old home town. There with the vanilla, and mix just until gogue in His home town.I. O CENTER NOTE: There are directions for a hot
was always a feeling of congeniality -. the batter is' smooth. Pour into 3 SEW YELLOW BRAIDED dish mat made of cable cord in SEWING. ,
Prophecy Fulfilled (vv. 16-22). STRIP IO'LONGTO :j: BooK; 4. Books 2 and 3 also contain direc- ,
' of hospitality and fellowship. The 8-inch square pans, which have been MAKE t tions for many gifts and novelties. These ,
something greased and lined with wax. I It is significant and appropriatethat CENTER booklets .
.k., annual church supper was paper. are a service to our readers and
-'V that couldn't be missed. Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees I Jesus'-declaration of Himself as CIRCLE..r each contains 32 pages of illustrated di
) for about 30 minutes. the fulfillment of Isaiah 61:1, 2 was: rections for things to make for the home.
Can you pass a table containing a : I Send order for booklets,
with lOc coin for
made in the the Sabbath WAS the flower handle of the
foods with- synagogue on IT each desired direct to
,. tempting assortment of Macaroni and Cheese. copy :
He met with the lid that this
day. peoplein tea-pot suggested "
out wanting at (Serves 90-100)
least a taste of 8 pounds macaroni the house and at the time set daisy mat. I had been thinkingof Bins. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
4 apart for God's worship. He opposed making hot dish out of firmly Drawer 10
everything? Can pounds cheese (grated)
spiritual deadness, the misin- braided, strips of cotton cloth. I Bedford Hills New York
you decide whether 2% gallons white sauce (medium)
. rj truth the distor- it Enclose 10 cents for each book
or not you 2 tablespoons prepared mustard terpretation of the wanted to be thick and sewn '
want the cocoanut 2% butter tion of religious principles;; but He firmly like a rag rug, so that it ordered.
cream. pie which 3 quarts cups soft bread crumbs was not, as some would have us be- would stand frequent scrubbings.The Name ...............................

is heaped with i /, 1. Cook the macaroni in boiling, lieve, a religious free lance who design had to be novel ,and Address ......................-.......

fluffy whipped salted water until tender. Drain despised the established worship of gay so that it would be appropriate ,
cream or the His people. for a Christmas gift or would
and rinse in cold water.
of ? rich-looking chocolate cake with the Having been prepared by the attract attention if used to sell ata Tin Hats for 'Hot Seats'
2. Grate the cheese and add to
thick fudge icing, when you know white with the ,mustard. years of silence, and more particu- church bazaar. All the direc- 'i
that you are entitled to only one des- larly by.the baptism and the tempta- tions you need to make, one are The steel helmet has been put
sert? Of course not! Instead of hav- 3. Combine the macaroni and the tion in wilderness': He appearedat right here in the sketch. to many unorthodox uses, but "i,

ing such a wide selection of food fora cheese sauce. Place in greased the synagogue in'.Nazareth to de- Cotton flannel or heavy cotton surely the most curious use was :

covered dish supper, why not plana baking pans. clare Himself as the fulfillment of knitted material are good to use made of it by. airmen in the 1914-
4. Melt the butter and mix lightly
well-balanced menu? prophecy. 18 war. /
with the crumbs. Sprinkle. over Those who teach that Jesus was Attacking planes then as now,
Hot Water Cheese Pastry. the macaroni and cheese. ,
only a young Jewish 'teacher with a drove in from below and
rearwards -
(Makes 30 tarts)
5. Bake in a moderately hot oven [sf
of life have evidentlynot AROUND
new philosophy and always' the
pilot was
1% shortening
cups (400 degrees) for about 30 minutes. ,
read the He knew
the main part of the' target. It
% boiling water,, ,_
4 cups cup. general purpose flour Clam'Cliowder.Serves Himself to be God's Son come into L THE= 'HOUSE'Always must have been a bright wag who
2 teaspoons salt ( 50) the world to bring the good news figured it out first, but the idea 'I
1 1% quarts carrot (chopped) of salvation by His own blood to spread like wildfire among pilots,
teaspoon baking powder
2 cups American cheese (grated) 1% cups onion (chopped) poor, sin-captive, blinded humanity. add a' little melted but- when steel helmets were used to

Place shortening in warm' bowl, 3 quarts potato (chopped) Look at Isaiah 61:1, 2 and note ter to uncooked frosting. It improves -I sit on., Results were grand. Not

pour boiling water over it and cream 7% cups celery (chopped fine) that' Jesus stopped reading before the flavor and also pre- one casualty was reported through

thoroughly with a fork. Place flour, 5 quarts clams the end of the sentence. "The dayof vents cracking. the "Hot Seat" type of wound I'

salt, .and baking powder in flour 5 quarts water and clam .liquor vengeance,of our God" will come (especially with tracer bullets), I
sieve and sift gradually into the Salt and pepper to taste when Christ' returns. This is the The color and flavor of roast and airmen vowed the inventor of

creamed mixture. Add cheese. Mix 5 quarts milk day of grace. Sinners are urged to beef gravy is improved when a this stunt deserved a statue to his

thoroughly. Make up into dough 1 1% cups flour accept God's love now, and, thus to tablespoon of brown or white memory. Oh, yes, cushions were

ball, then chill in refrigerator. When 1% cups butter' escape the terrible day of judg sugar is added to it. put on top of the helmets, too! .
cup parsley "
bake from ment.II. "
ready to remove refrig-
2 tablespoons paprika i'MOROLINE i'
'-. erator, divide dough and roll out. Faith Recognized (vv. 23-27)). A small quantity of leftover pie
1. Chop the vegetables in small
Cut into rounds and bake. pieces and place in large kettle. The ''Jews gloried :in the fact that crust may be rolled thin, cut intosquares' FOR \j I

Tuna Cracker .Pie. 2. Chop the clams and add together they were the chosen people of God sprinkled with sugar and MINOR \ '

(Serves 4 to 5) with the clam liquor, water, salt and insisted it was through the exercises cinnamon and baked until crisp. BURNLX WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
of their formal worship thatGod's These 'are very good served with h
1 tablespoon onion (chopped) and pepper. Cover I"
2 tablespoons green pepper I and cook about blessing must be received. lemon sauce"for dessert. ,I

(chopped) % hour, or until ? 'y Now this one whom they erroneouslycall Mark of Guilt '

1 tablespoon butter vegetables are "Joseph's son" (v. 22) comes to If the :juice from an apple pie The thief at every sound doth t

2 tablespoons flour tender. disturb them in their selfsatisfaction. runs out into the oven, shake salt jump, and sees an officer in every '
1 can condensed chicken soup 3. Scald milk. Seeing their rising resent- on it. It will burn crisp on the stump. r

6 tablespoons milk I 4. Make a ment, He declares by striking words bottom of the oven'and may easilybe "

1 can condensed cream of mush- smooth paste of and example that the benefits and removed. 'I
room soup the flour and wa- blessings of God come through :
. ; 1 can (7-ounce) tuna fish ter. Add half of this flour paste to and not because of any racial rela- To frost windows make a very KENT 7 10 SlnBl.Doublo Edg Edo Bl.d.BUcto or 10 C ',:

Crackers for bottom and top of pie the clam mixture and half to the tionship. strong solution of epsom salts and l Ii
Cook the onion and green pepper scalded milk. Every reader of these notes regardless vinegar. Apply 'it with a paint

in butter until soft, but not brown. 5. Cook each, stirring constantly of age, education, wealthor brush and when it is dry go overit Frank Mirror
Then add flour until the mixture thickens. any other condition or circum- with white varnish if you wishit Your looking glass will tell you

and mix well. 6. Combine and add butter;;parsley stance of life, stands on an equal to remain on for good. what none of your friends will.

Add the chicken and paprika. Serve very hot. footing before God and has a full

/ soup and cook until Chocolate Nut Drop Cookies. and unlimited opportunity to take

thickened. Stir' (Makes 4 dozen) right now, by faith in Christ all l ,'YL
..I in the milk. Add % cup butter that God has for him-salvation; '? ":, : ; a,, This exquisite Spray Pin

P this to the cream 1 cup sugar spiritual strength and usefulness, charm and loveliness
o of mushroomsoup. 1 egg joy peace, and all the other bless accents your I;

Put the 1% cups flour ing of God. Will you do it? } at a saving unmatched elsewhere

tuna fish in a 2 teaspoons baking powder III. Truth Rejected (vv. 28-30). 1 (._. f )+: : ;fi For only 35 cents and two labels from deli-
strainer and pour a cup of hot water % teaspoon salt Like a torch cast into gunpowder, 'S r cioua Van Camp's Products you can r:

.' over it to take off the excess oil. % cup cocoa His words set off all the explosive own this beautiful 24-carat gold-finish 11
Then add flaked tuna fish; heat to % cup milk power of narrow bigotry, national : Spray Pin,set with three bril
blend flavors. Cover the J/fe teaspoon vanilla extract ""I
of pride, jealousy, and they were all liant-cut red stones;contrast.
small casserole with crackers 1 cup nut meats (broken) "filled with wrath" (v. 28). $'N4, /h: Y!+ J ing leaves finished in green IY I''
(round) and put tuna mixture into Cream butter and add sugar slow- and mail
They rejected not only the truth of gold. Just tear out
the casserole.For ly while beating constantly. Beat His words, but they rejected Him .,f this order blank, today, with I
top: 12 crackers egg and add. Mix and sift all dry 5r and labels from :
who is the Truth (John 14:6). Noteit ,( g 35 cents two
% cup hot milk ingredients and add alternately with carefully-in rejecting or neglect- ''' < y,; Y $; Van Camp's Products. '
the milk. Blend };
Soak the crackers in the milk un- thoroughly. Then His Word reject and neglect
til soft. Then arrange crackers on add vanilla and nut meats. Drop ing you '
'; (] SPORKandBEANS.ry
' by spoonfuls on well-greased baking ;
top of pie and bake in a moderately
Observe that until the time had
1 hot oven (375 degrees) for 20 to 25 sheet and bake in a, moderate oven
minutes. (350 degrees) for about 12 minutes. come for Him to be "delivered"Rom. I
.' Baked Sweet Potatoes. ( 4:25) into the hands of wicked :
Chocolate Fudge Cake. (Serves about 25) men to be crucified they could not Van Camp's !nc. r:
'k' (Serves 25) 20 medium sized sweet potatoes touch Him. There is no more ; >'a De t.W, Box No.144, New York,N.Y.
1 cup shortening 2 salt majestic scene than that in verse 30 .r ry I am nc/oiing 35 cents and two/ab 'f from cfofici'out Van Camp 1
3 teaspoons .., I'rodllCJlol'le-oJ.tend a*too ixqutulo Spray Fin ai illutlraltd.
light brown
cups God turned
sugar 3 cups cream or rich milk where the Son of at the .
3 eggs (slightly beaten) 2t% cups brown sugar brow of the hill and, walking '. .NAME
-, 3% cups cake flour SA pound marshmallowsPeel through the midst of the crowd, ADDRtS .
2 teaspoons baking powder went His way. 1lAttAhtP s.3.gsr.S'' ;
and boil in
potatoes salted } CITY tTAw---
1h teaspoon salt water until tender but not soft. What have 1 to fear at the handsof -

1teaspoons soda Slice potatoes in half and placein wicked and gainsaying men as i
% cup sour milk I follow this Son
a glass baking dish. Add cream long as
% cup cocoa and sprinkle with brown sugar. Bake of God? He that is for us and in
1 cup boiling water is greater than he (the devil) thatis
1 approximately 10 minutes in a hot us THE ADVERTISER INVITES YOUR
teaspoon vanilla oven (400 degrees) or until in the world (I John 4:4). We
Cream shortening and add sugar The advertiser that his goods
sugar has melted and caramelized with the follow the victorious Christ who COMPARISON assures us
gradually, blending well after each quietly but majestically walks are good.He invites us to compare them
addition. Add slightly beaten cream. Then arrange marshmallowson with others.We do.Should he relax for a minute and let his standards drop,
and mix we l. Sift together the flour eggs top. Return baking dish to ovenand through the ranks of His helpless" we discern it. We tell others. We cease buying his product. Therefore he
baking'powder, salt, and soda. Add, brown marshmallows.Released enemies and goes "His way. Will keeps up the high standard of his wares,and the prices as low as possible.4 .
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without the powers of adult judgment They are bereft of their child. They could be dangerous in the hands of tion as those who are destitute, but
The Clewiston News cannot understand. Surely they corrupt politicians. ,it is pointed out that the amountof
will hear his laugh as ho splashesinto Provision for 7 Justices of the the exemption is so small thatit

Friday In Clewiston In Clewiston, the worst offenders the water. Surely he will race Supreme Court is needed to speedup would offer little advantage to w
Florida published by every tho CLEWISTON NEWS are parents of young boys who In calling for a cookie, and can he the work of the court and a wealthy person and yet means a
Inc. permit them, with small rifles, to please, go to the ball game? Surely :!eliminate "split" decisions that now great deal to one who is poor. The
wander about in townparticularlythe l he will round the corner in justa frequently occur. The court would amendment should be passed.

KBATHIjEY BOWDEJV, Editor "ridge section"-shooting birds. minute! have two divisions of three Justices The Tax Distribution amendment

This Is a very dangerous practice, "Guns, BB rifles, pistols, how- each with the concurrence of the ,would give the legislature power to
Entered as second class mail matter and no gun-not even aDD rifle ever small, are murderous weapons, Chief Justice required for a decision distribute and allocate all excise
February 1.Florida 1927 at, under the Post tho Office Act ol Ir should be discharged In the city I especially in the country where 'by either division. The amend- taxes now collected by the State of
March Clewiston 3, 1897.'Snbscrlptlon limits. people do not expect their appear- ment provides that the present Florida from the operation of pari-
ance. They are not toys. They Governor would appoint the seventh mutuel pools (race track money),
Angelo Patri, a recognized author- should have no relation to child's Justice to hold office until 1943, and provides that much distributionshall
Year. -
::.00 Per
tAte $
ity on child training, has writtenan play. The manor woman who thereafter to be elected by the peo- be "in equal amounts" to each
AdrcrtUlng Rates On Application. article "Guns Are Not Play- sells, gives, allows a gun to a ple as are the other Justices. county. The passage of this amend-

things" which should be read i child is responsible for what that The amendment effecting the termof ment is to confirm the right of the

Devoted to the advancement and wel- thoughtfully by every parent. I child does with that gun. But county commissioners is one that legislature to such action and debar
fare of Clewiston and Ilendry County. He says: i sorrow does not bring resurrec- directly applies to local government any future legislation directed toward -

"A year ago this month one of I tion." :in your community and should have I a fairer distribution of such

theatre is on its way the finest boys imaginable stood on your most thoughtful consideration.It funds. While advantageous to the V"

The and new we might, say "at long last". I I the shores of his summer home, a -:..:.. :..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. is proposed that such commissioners small counties, in that it would in-
up 1 lovely quiet spot on the bank of be elected for a term of sure their receiving an equal
a New England river He was aboutto four instead of two 'years. At present such revenues regardless of popu-
We can't believe that it brought enjoy a swim but stood a Too Late To Classify the number of commissionersin lation, it is unfair to the larger

much joy to the Republican camp moment to watch the spots of danc- each county is limited by law to 'counties that produce such revenue
when John I*. Lewis decided to By RUSSELL KAY and should a future legislature be
ing sunlight that filtered down five, however; under the proposed
join up with their forces.In through the great elm to the gold- I:H..:N NCH N:N:HM, :..:N:N N:1N:N:N N N:..:N:N:N N:N:. amendment the legislature would Inclined to change the basis of
en-brown water. have power to create any number of allocating such funds it would be
of all his lessons from prevented doing so should this
spite districts and this fact paves the
doesn'tseem "He felt a sudden, sharp pain in II While interest naturally centersin way
der Feurher, Mussolini for unlimited political racketeeringas amendment pass.
his stomach and clapped his handon the selection of a President at -
to have yet mastered the it just as the sound of a shot the general election, November 5, efforts would be made by local Talk to your legislators, your ...
blitzkreig technique. reach his ears. He looked downat Floridians should bear in mind that political groups to have additionalcommissioners' newspapermen and other informed
constitutional districts created to persons so that you will be preparedto
important proposed -
his hand and saw it was covered
Another sugar harvest begins with blood. He could not under- amendments will come before the gain advantage for themselves. The vote on these important amend-
Monday. May it be the greatestthe amendment offers no improvementor ments.
stand. Then a row boat hove in
'glades has ever ,seen and may advantage to the citizen and
sight manned by a boy at the oars
be kindly. taxpayer and should be defeated.
the weather familiarize himself or herself with
and another seated in the stern, a
___ I I i'little gun across his knees. They I these amendments so as to be ableto I The Widows' Pension amendment J. [M. COUSE

Politics and the draft may beI saw the wounded boy standing in vote'on them intelligently.The provides that all widows be favored Counselor' and Attorney at Law

of most interest this week to some the sunlight, blood pouring from amendments are as follows: with tax exemption on propertyto Hopkins Building
people but to the many hunters of his stomach, and instantly made (1)) Abolishment of state ad valorem the value of $500 and does away Wednesdays and Saturdays
with the existing clause in the constitution -
the state those things are momen- for him. Fast as they could get taxes. (2)Establishment of a State 9:30 to 4:00
which reads "that has a
tarily forgotten as the new duck help they got it and the hospital! Parole Commission. (3) Tax distribution -
family dependent on her for support" -
season begins. the authorizing the legislatureto ro
took charge of boy. '
would help
Its passage
Guns Destroy; Beyond Restoration allocate and distribute racing
many' widows entitled to assistancewho
Every small county resident "We'll skip the awful weeks that revenues to each county. (4) Pro- not receiving it. The Johnson's Fish Camp
I are
MUST vote in favor of a continua- followed when a father and mother vision for a Supreme Court of'7 I
tion of the present method of hung over the bed of their son, Justices, each serving a 6-year term. amendment also gives similar ex (Near Hurricane Gate)
emption to those who have lost a
distribution of race track funds. watching him go by inches, in pain, (5) Providing for a 4-year term for limb or have been disabled by either Clewiston, Fla.

Vote FOR Amendment Number day by day for long, long anxious County Commissioners and giving war or misfortune. Some oppose Boats and Motors-Guide Service

three. weeks. The little town watched with legislature power to prescribe then the amendment on the grounds that Rates Reasonable
them, prayed with them, hoped with number of districts in a county. (6)
under its provisions, wealthy widows ,Yo H., Johnson, Mgr.
As you go to the polls Tuesday them, but death claimed its own Exemption from taxes to the valueof would receive the same considera-
remember that you are enjoyingone and we bowed in sorrow to the $500 to every widow and to
the greatest privileges of Demo- angel with the shining sword. every person who is a bonafide resi-

cracy, the right to cast a secret Neighbors, family and friends were dent of Florida and has lost a limbor E
ballot and vote for whomever you in tears at a loss no power on earth has been disabled by war or

please.Be could mend. misfortune.As .
I I "Why did the boy shoot into the I I a citizen of' Florida the legislature -' ReOpenedA
out at the gridiron tonight woods? Why didn't he wait to has given you the power "to..

and help the Tigers win. They'llbe round the bend? 'Why didn't he say by your ballot how you wish ,
working hard for revenge for know better than to shoot blindly to have these important issues and B Bowling Alleys"BOWL

their opening defeat at the handsof like that? What's the use? The handled. It is your duty as a ,

the Moore Haven Terriers in only why that counts 'at all it why citizen to inform yourself fully con- FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE ."
this return game on the home field. he had a gun. Guns are made to I cerning these amendments and to

shoot with, and the, boy had been vote according to ,your best judgment On 'Tuesday Nights A Free Ladies Game Will Be Given
The government defense program given this gun for a birthday gift .
is knocking out a lot of civil con- With Every Paid Game Played /0
by his father who loved him as Advantages in the abolishment of
struction work. So it looks like that other father loved his son. ad valorem taxes are that it would

we may have to say goodby to a I "I believe that all boys and some tend. to demand greater economy in .
number of Engineer residents as (girls should be taught to use guns. governmental expense, prove attractive -

the Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee pro- In my experience the time to do to new settlers, and be in accord -
ject settles down to a routine main- that teaching is when they are old with the taxation program of 1 11111111111111 f.:;. IIIIIIIIIIIIII 11111111111111 IIIIIIIIIIIIII rtillllllllllllll '1t11111111IIIIII! IIIIIIIIIIIIII

tenance job. enough to appreciate it, to under- Governor-elect Holland. Disadvan-

stand that a life destroyed is beyond tages are that it might possibly
Those whose names were among restoration. Guns are instru- prove the opening wedge for,a sales RE-ELECT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELTGENERAL

the first 150 or so drawn for army ments of death and children haveno tax, that it will take funds from

training under' the selective serviceact use for such an instrument. schools, pensions, health, prisons, ELECTION NOVEMBER 5

should be consoled in the There is no fun in that kind of a tick, eradication and free text books, f'
knowledge that not more than ten small lie hAS proyenhimself a friend of the PEOPLE. He has made
but the amount is relatively
or fifteen will be taken in the first game.Gro""U-Ups Are Responsible and could easily be made up from us the best President we've ever had. (Let's support him as we

call from this county. And if "Sport? Grown men and women other sources. did in 1936. He bas proved worthy of that support.' In these

volunteer enlistments continue there who enjoy killing birds and animalsare Establishment of a State Parole critical times, he has the defense program, the nation's safety

may not be that many. their own masters. Everyoneto Commission would do away with the well in hand.

his choice. Chldren are not present pardon board and provide third term
With his excellent record and -experiencee choose a ,
responsible .sportsmen. They are to handle
I an agency President instead of placing at the head of ourgovernment
* *. .* *.. .. for Roosevelt
.N MMM *; MMM< NN>NN N:N: N NNN H N:N:N 1 children and without judgment or the parole of prisoners, giving Flori-
first term inexperienced, untried candidate.SignedThe .
reason in the use of an instrumentof da a set-up: similar to all but two a "
death because they/know nothingof other states, where it has worked
RAMBLINGS Democratic
Hendry County
death. The word has no meaning with good results. It would provide

By B. 'B. for them as it has for grown for more care and investigation in
people. Experience has woven parole cases and should put a stopto I II
tragedy in its sound for us, but wholesale pardoning of criminals,
1N:..:M:N:N N:N:N MN N N:N:M:N:NN:N:N:+:..:..,Nf
---- not for the children."It as is now practiced. Such a, commis-
is small comfort for the< sion would have great power, and I
Many are called, but few are
father and mother of the lost boy; .
chosen. -. And of the hundredsof -' :
thousands who registered forth'e to see wreaths on the short graveCOME (CANAL $ $ BOONDOGGLING. $ $ $ NEW DEAL MONUMENTS: $ $

selective draft, only a measly .
80,000 or so are to be called for a

year of service.Nevertheless,. much excitementhas p s FELLOW DEMOCRATS -! 0r

attended the drawing of num H 0
bers. There's no doubt but that coCO Don't let the shackles of habit bind your vote to the man who attempts -

many men who are called for a tradition unto himself
break. America's greatest by taking
year's service at this time will find to. .. 2'

it a real sacrifice to abandon their COO a Third Term. I C') f
job and their own plans for the

future (like that first number in REMEMBER: [
Washington, who at the time of U
the drawing was shopping with his The real growth of,the Evergladee began with the construction of Z

, fiancee for furniture). But there's admit) in much O
a general feeling that the natioThwlll'gain our Lake levees initiated (we must blushing a W

much in improved moral, EdO cussed Republican Administration. :PO:
in ,improved physical condition of
its men, and in self-confidence and z WHO PAID THE BILLS WHEN THE LAST GREAT

the general fighting (which, of IN "HUMANITARIAN" KEPT US OUT OF WAR 2O
course, is the real purpose of selective -
service.) NOW and LET UJ
That 'Wallace might be President.
US OURhomefinancing
With the numbers game behindus plan ..J That the New Deal, in its entirety, is Roosevelt; and the convention -
we look forward to the open-
ing of duck season tomorrow, and ..without obligation to you I U (? ) in Kelly town, alias Chicago, was Roosevelt by telephone.That .

the hunting season on the 20th.
Every year much Is said concerning : No red tope-oil loon S the New Deal WPAid for Pepper. C/i

the prevention of accidents on hunt a p pi i cat ion sore D

ing trips. Not so much is said of : cleared quickly, moneyis J
the equally dangerous practice of I released promptly. CflO
putting firearms into the hands of j coQ I' Wendell Willkie for President

children. When a boy is old enough I Clewiston Federal _
to want to shoot and to learn to
shoot, we are too prone to let him C
use a gun. It is not enough that Savings and LoanAssociation I CLEWISTON DEMOCRATS FOR WILLKIE O)

he knows how to. handle a gun, O.OIHAD313
and knows the dangers of its mishse. 3OD
A boy 1 is? only a boy, and is. ,... -.. j ion SN3H::) ,IN $ $ S3CILL 3HJL wore: 'H3MO AQ

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1 : :4jrIf I fore the second note was sung the ':N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:N:' men we should obey the rules. try where it takes a real fishermanto
high school was standing. In that Check your license, see that your land a six-pounder, would have

moment one would wonder how gun is plugged, and make acquain- been hacked except he felt he already '

i f Those attending the Clewiston- there, could ever be any dishonorIn Fishing Quibbles tance with our Mr. Winte when you had something on us. He

j -. Pompano football game last Friday America.If see hjm. That cynical expressionwill killed a six foot eleven inch dia-

night found that the reserved seat everyone could, have seen the By change when everything is mond black rattler on the way here

section cost ten cents extra. Of spirit and feeling that the students MARTIN "Bobo" TIMBERLAKE I found in order and you'll discovera from Moore Haven. He is having

whenever the cost for in this school put into that song . . . . . congenial fellow sportsman. it skinned and mailed home, and
course a .... ... .. .. .. .... ..
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they would again doubt the says it's a better decoration
never if
oOo (
is increased you
commodity or a luxury ,
: :: ::; J can call it that
there must be an explanation. Since youth of this country.It Mrs. Singletary of "There are a little less than a ) than a fish-head,
'' is at times like these that anyway.
last Friday- many people have 'asked Coral Gables, fishing with Mr. and million ducks in now", drawls Bill
gives faith In what the future
"Why do you charge, us a dime to Mrs. A. W.. Coleman of Plant City, Johnson, with a twinkle in his eye
i holds for us, that are the next
sit down? This is fair
i a questionand caught eight bass Sunday afternoonnear as he scents prospective business,
leaders of this great country. We Is
M deserves a fair answer. feel Liberty Point. "As it is a "and they are still flocking in". So, Subscription Paid?
secure and happy regardless of '
: In answering the above state- woman's heritage to have the last Saturday morning when you hear

ment, I wish to offer the following all the Hitlers in the world. We word, (says Mr. Coleman) he let guns a-popping it'll be the first
have these School
expect to Sings BILL FOR DIVORCEIN
,_, points as explanations: about his wife catch the largest, a three blitzkreig o'n ducks, judging from

I We believe that in order to carry every three weeks. and one-half pounder. the number' of reservations made at THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

.... any activity in our school it must To this observer it is definite that the hotels and fishing camps. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
be self-supporting. However, there Even if we didn't win the game FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
the women have
more appeal to oOo COUNTY.
I Friday night we certainly enjoyed
are certain activities' which are the large.7-cJnes (still
it.! It sounded so good to hear the speaking of Figuring that Uncle Sam might LARIE BILLUPS. Plaintiff
more or less directly sponsored by fish) than the self-called
donations. band play during the game. Also superior soon put a quietus on Buck Private ,
nen._ Haven't I fished vs-
to: hear the ganie announced play. ardently Timberlake's fishing trips, I took : J
Football is business. A ajud two whole
a very by play. :Many thanks to the band' patiently years advantage of an opportunity Monday RUTHRAVEN BILLUPS. Defendant.
'i big business! Here in Clewiston it i for that ole shaggy boy which has
members to off at with
their director and the slip day-bust ORDER TO
is small to schools been t APPEAR
compared large reported hooked a thousand
Harold Cole who all the
Sugar Corporation for the wonderful came
within a radius of one hundred times but yet to be landed. Then THE STATE OF FLORIDA: '
entertainment. way from Atlanta to try our famous TO RUTH RAVEN .
,miles. However, compare our price Did you notice the,cheer leaders' week before last I took my boss fishing holes, and Mr. Sharp who It appearing: from BILLUPS.the plaintiff's !
.. with that of larger schools who fishing for the first time, and darnif sworn bill of complaint that your '
has taken of the
costumes?, They certainly are pretty one hostelry address is unknown
offer practically the same entertain- she didn't land, a beautiful 6% It Is hereby
and the girls look very nice in apartments for the season. As per ordered that you are required to appear -
ment. You 'will readily see that pounder in fifteen minutes. I on day of
; luck'th thet.4tn Novemocr.
usual stiff
them. The dance they promoted my re was a 1940,
we are much lower in our admission thought: she looked funny when it above entitled court
: was a huge success and everyone wind from the South (not good for to the bill of complaint filed against

t\ had'a.. go .d"JTm'e.I first struck, but I wonder how I fishing) and although I won't tell you the in the above entitled cause, and
\... looked when she brought it in the Clewiston News Is hereby designated -
We not to make I
f are trying a how many we caught, we didn'tre'turn as the newspaper in which
: lot of profit: We do want enough .. won't have to roam the boat. "skunked" and Hurrah and this order shall be published once a I
four J
welimfor consecutive weeks.
profit from football to pay the ex- streets tonight even if it is Hallowe'en. oOo Hallelujah, ye, quibbler' caught one WITNESS the Honorable George \V. :

penses which warrant such an There is too much fun to be Slick as the inside of a banana I that I had to hang in the sun for Whitehurst and the Seal as of Judge this of Court this in Court, ''

activity.. When we add up the had by ,coming to the P-TA Carnival skin, indestructible and the latest an hour so it would dry up to a City of LaBelle, Hendry County Flori the ,
total cost for football at the end : Also by coming we help a thing out in tackle box apparel is measly 6# pounds, four ounces da(Seal, this) WILLIAM October 4th.T. HULL 1940. ,

of the season, we must have. very worthy cause. Most of the Tony Acettas' new bait "Jigolet". less than the Boss' weekbeforelast Clerk of Circuit Court of .

enough profit .to pay for the>, follow proceeds go to the milk fund which Slips through the weeds and grass i one. It isn't good business, Hendry County. Florida. I

ing: r _. :.1' buys milk for: children who cannot like the swivel-hipped Tom' Harmon' you know, to beat your boss fishing.Mr. J.By- M.INEZ COUSE MAGILL, D. C.

1.. The best uniforms-mone3f can: afford to pay for it.FRESHMAN. on a football field, reports Tony, .I Cole, who hails from a coun- 5t. Oct. -1-11-18-25 Solicitor, for Nov.Plaintiff.1, 1940.
buy: (Our equipment ls ''qn basisof who gave it a final try-out last I
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large high schools' anct'dlllali. 'NEWS week, fishing from Clewiston and

colleges.) By JOHN ROBBINS landing eighteen 'when the fish {1/11111111111U1I1I"'Y/ :--- :
Qr ---- I Iot.
2. Maintenance of fl,;ld-repair We are glad to have a new pupil wouldn't- bite' for anyone else. Don't I < ness "II/If

of seats, lime, wire etc. in the Freshman class-M. P. feel badly if your string don't look : ...:....".,:..:.:..... _
3. Cost of printing ticket Paying Who is the Freshman boy thata like that, for Tony has taken top ; ;., t. =

students to help handle ticketor Sophomore girl has fallen for? honors at the National Casting 1Wi* WyfG '. =-

"road gate" situation.4. .' We wonder why Betsy was so Meets in Toledo' Ohio, for the last .f N-C9aQ .'
Travelling'--e.xpenses-seeing happy Thursday morning. Could it six years. P. S. The, Jigolet receivedhis f _' r

that each player has. enough, to be' that she was with Jimmie Wed- final approval, bat won't be ,on ;

;' nesday night? the market until January 1st. with US you .,c::=
account _
eat. Gas and oil for new bus. (We sovngs' v .__,._,.
use this bus in order to make the We wonder what is wrong with oOo wt-.en nOVe a do o t -nme-1ust.

trip comfortable 'forf[ the players.) Billy Perry' this week? Could it That new stream-lined boat, = can Yd io it a feW save 00} of your 't! ,

5. To riIde' medical, aids for be that :Mauryne is back? especially constructed for runningin vvhateYef ...

i team. (INow that, Bill V. is leaving, may- shallow water, nearing completion orniix,3s we poX- cortpouodewli -

/' : be that Freshman will have at Johnson's Camp is to carry cod savuX3 1"1"e
a make
<:' 6. To make up;' loss in offering chance the game warden for this district, o _u.l', tf.ceodoy.OftU. .J \\at i '-,

Basketball as a competitive activity. Erwin Winte. If havn't O $
you 'met kwsured wmto 1
Basketball does not for itself. not come ttri'
pay ,
FIRST GRADE NEWS him, he's the red-headed nicelooking y mof9
Yet the cost to maintain it is high. ten you
US 011
man in boots who has been seen : OA
This 'is due, to poor gate receipts. The' following program was givenin Pion 1 f 4otn iho \t
hereabouts frequently of late., (Duck Ecutin9s ......
7. To, furnish, small playground assembly Thursday morning: _.J I h i
1 season opens tomorrow). We're not
equipment during the course of the "America", by the entire assem fu rece&VeU
describing him
so you can dodge
school year. bly.
q .; by.-you should have your license, i
: .. 8. To furnish players, friends, Pledge; to the flag. '
and let's hope his little red book
-.> .' and those who! actually at Bible reading; and, ,
work- ., :' prayer. ._ doesn't contain Clewiston sports- Clewiston Federal Savingsand
our football and basketball gamesa "God Bless America", by' entire
Remember the
men. fund from i

\. .; barbecue assembly. licenses doesn't go into the politicalpot
There other Announcer, Glenn Phillips.
are many expenses
but is set aside for the ''restora- Loan Association
too numerous' to mention in such Cast-Jimmy, Billy Broadfoot; j
tion of wild life and as true sports-
Beth, Carole
; a small statement. Augur. .
I': The majority of schools (small) Witches .-' Emma Jane Ezelle, . . .-.- -.-.--.-.-.--.-.--.-.-. . l . . .' . I
chargednlts' twenty-five cents and Claire Jones, Dianne Mathis, Sandra ::+:N:N:M:N:M:N:N:N:M:..:N:..:N N:N:H:M:;:N:N:N:N:M:..:N:.:.:.:.:N.:.:.:.:.:.. .:.:.:..:N.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:. :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: :.:.:.:.:..:.: .
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students ten cents i for afternoon Joan Harris. .. "
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We Ghosts Doris Cothern, Helen
games. are offering you the .I'I :t::.
highest, best equipped entertain- Espenlaub, Glenn Lowe, Donald ::::::- "J..f !

ment possible ''for ten cents extra. Whitaker. "

,', The; present football team has "Tom-Tom" the cat Thomas I ... '. : ::( ':
f '!! not a'nflwill not. ask for one Walton., "f:1: : :
oz, .','. donation. We are trying to make -- :& ,"'/. yx; x

.....; ( ::'. our activities pay for themselves. TENTH GRADE NEWS :: ::: : -- .' ;;t," ::: 1
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". ', AVe are paying' two teams By DOROTHY ,KNIGHT"Passwords" II II.F
-' a : : '> ELECTRIC ::
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; money guarantee this year to play of particular people: :::: .*Jb'V :"

", :,''i,1 ': ', us here, in Clewiston, without a Jim D, "Ya got a quarter?" AXi:;::;: :; :!c}.:" :;: i:

'",,: a return game. This is to provide Dick., "You're ignorant! What .:'}. .', ;,', 1yX 1 : I
-> .F HOMEQ : .c' _
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:: our many friends with more home did you say? ; : .\ .:.
,J '._ ':': football entertainment. If it" rainson Mrs. Holstine, "Let's, be quiet!" .H- '.:", ,I, ,. ,) ,' -1...... :; .. I
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thex that
night of the game and the "Say again. : : .
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: i team is here; we must still pay the Miss Humble, "Did everyone' bear ,7.- ,
.:. .1..c.
) t t.f. guarantee. Contracts are used in that?" I .i. j

; scheduling Dot K., "Moy !" xxXX
every varsity sport. cow :
:;::;: Electricity is the modern servant a servant that :: ::
.: o The students have been given Paul S., "Wait a minute, now! ..

:: = :_ two bleachers\ sections. They are Mrs. Thomas, "Get pencil and ...:;. takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::::.c;:. i'I;

to use ONLY1: these sections. They paper. We're gonna have a little '

,'-"'.." :;; were asked if fifteen -cents was too 'pop' quizz." :::;: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :A'f::;;:

:,;j.:;. much. Their reply was "NO". We Janice Wynn, "Let's go Jookin'.." :1.2'* :
1 and
.,. economically. ::
are now; asking our many friends if Laura B., "I don't care!" :;::: S4l

they think twenty-five cents admis- Robert Taylor, "I don't know!"

sion and ten cents for reserved ,Sonny Vaughn, "Hey! Mrs. Hol- c :: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices i of toast, or :i::::

seats\Ij.>.iQtal of thirty-five cents) stine!,"

is too muclr-after considering the Jack Waters, "I know! Ya still :t' ?:. give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :+f:i:;

above. I if love me?" *:*, your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is 3i:::

Let's have a big turn out for our Elbert H., "Just wait 'til I grow .

, home games! Allow us to continueto up!" ::::;:;: one thing that gets cheaper the more .0 f.. it that you use. :_;:,:;i_;: ,

I I II offer 'the people .of our community Bernard L., "You're not so big AX .c...

r t for the a small best! :'pr equipped ce.I entertainment yourself By the!" way-We wonder why :.c.i::c $ That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :.t.:;t1: .I I Ii

tc 11 I R. W. TURK, Paul Slonaker has had the swell- +:;: that is all electric and modern. +3: II

head all this 'week-could it have ?r. ,
4 il -Principal.
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r been the touchdown he made? :: I


lI 1 :".TbaVs what we did :Monday morn- I I I 1H::; ; I,,

iglTbu: entire student body went NOTICE TO CREDITORS ::
out \o the football field and had :i f: II

, fa,, School Sing. It was a beautiful STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF X.!. yy
" 'sight to see all the students assembled HENDRY:

) 'j, *'tog ther. The grammar grade You and each of you are hereby ::ti: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. 1: f
') :, section was on one side of the notified and required to present any fJ'

field _and the high school section on claims and demands which you, or & &:
either of you, may have against the : :
9 'the other:. estate of H. J. B. Scharnberg, deceased y

Each Jate of said County, to the ...... -f 'I
-. : grammar grade sang a County Judge of Hendry County, .:..:. t,
song then they all sang one or two Florida, at his office in the court }.:. r r
together. The high school followed house calendar at LaBelle, Florida, within eight .f.t.:..t.:. ; ;:' '
months from the date of
nn the same plan. the first publication of this notice. A I
Of all the grades the sixth grad I Each claim or demand must be in isI ;
writing, and must state the place of '
> .received the most applause for their I residence and post office address of

t> I arrangement:Mill Stream".of "Down By The' Old ,by the or the the claimant same claimant,will and become agent must, be or void sworn attorney accord to, Glades Power and Light Co.

t.-'Wj sang patriotic songs, popular ing to law.
:D \ ', This 28th day of October, 1940. 11 yy
..... songs, $ and pep songs. Marie :Margaret Scharnberg, yyc..-.
I I" Tie best thing, however, was Administrator of tho Estate of -:
H. J. B. Scharnberg deceased. yy
5> -j 1 when the entire grammar grade Hendry County, ..rll.t'

t eecttoa rose and started to sing Clewiston. Nov. ,1-8-15-22 Florida.4t. ... ...' .. .. ,. ......... ........ .... ?- ..
1940. .
". X"X-X XMXt>X X >X OXX X"X h >>. ww CwX X . +.
Star Banner" Be- .. :.l >
Spangled _... .
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Ballot, Election, November 5, A. D. 1940 ,:
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,;i; Precinct No. 1, Hendry County, Florida a

". : Make a Cross Mark (x) BEFORE the Name of the Candidate of Your Choice I'


;- A To be Presidential Electors of the State To be .Railroad
\ Commissioner of the State To be Justice of the Peace, Justice of the
of Florida: of Florida
: Peace District, 'No.1, ,Hendry County,
'J Vote for Seven: Vote for One: Florida: '

Vote for One S
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be Member House Representatives of To be Constable, Justice of the Peace

JOHN KNIGHT: Hendry County, Florida: District, :No. 1, Hendry County, Florida: ,
Vote for One: ', ,' Vote for One:
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LEWIS W. PETTEWAY .' '0' ,,'.r .

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\ : To be County Attorney Hendry County;' _" ;
Florida: '...,
Vote' for One: ; ,i; "

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\ BERNARD W. CAREY H. A. RIDERTo ';" : ',4
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CALVIN H. DRAPER be County Judge of Hendry County, I
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Vote for One ,,

.. '" R. M. HARRIS { ,
To amend Section 2, Article 9, Florida

Constitution, to prohibit fhe levy of state
A. M. HILL ,.
',' ad valorem taxes upon real or personal

',' To be Sheriff of Hendry County, Florida: property except intangible personal prop-,

;:.. ELLA R. MILLER :? : : Vote for One: erty after December 31, 1940.-; ,:.

For the Amendment


t" Against the Amendment)': '
,' ,' To- be .Clerk of Circuit Court of Hendry .., ,\ "
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County, Florida:
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t ... : : : :.< :' Vote for One: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT,
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To amend Article 1,6, Florida Constitution :,'
; to authorize the Legislature to create ,I-; ;
f a Parole Commission empowered to grant \; "

', To be Tax Assessor of Hendry County, paroles or conditional releases or proba-' :,. -), ,.

.. \ Florida: tion under official supervision to prisonersor .: I

1' Vote for One: persons charged with criminal offenses \ ,

To be United States Senator from the and to provide for the qualification, .

; ,'-,, : State of Florida: (for a term of six 1 I DENNIS SMALL method of selection and term of office of ..

years from Jan. 3, 1041.) the Commission members. ..:1 : .
;' Vote for One: 5 '
1 .
For the Amendment ,.
,. To be Tax Collector of Hendry' Count, : ,
Florida: '
Vote for One: Against the Amendment :}' },; '

be in from }
Representative Congress ,
R. N. MILLER ,J.' '
First Congressional District of the I

Vote for One: .
; I /
i iTo ; : .
: amend Article 9, Florida Constitution ,;1; roo:
t J. HARDIN PETERSON To ..be Superintendent of Public Instruction rx
"' of Hendry County, Florida: by adding Section 15, to authorize the :, : a'r

Vote for One: Legislature to allocate and distribute to :' '! -

the ,several counties of the State, in equal ; '\
DR. C. E. WEAVER amounts, and at different times any \
.' To be Governor of the State of Florida: portion of or all excise taxes now levied ; I

< '>, .'Vote for One: and collected, or hereafter levied or col- t
lected from the operation of parimutuel I "
To be County Commissioner, DistrictNo. \

1, Hendry County, Florida: 1

Vote for One: For the 'Amendment ': ., 't

To be Secretary of State of the State of < ,
Florida: { .
, -Vote for One: Against the Amendment \ ft

R. A. GRAY \ .
To be County Commissioner, DistrictNo. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT (, ,
I 2, Hendry County, Florida: '
Vote for One: "

To amend Sections 2 and 4, Article 5, !
To be Attorney General of the State of .
J. OLIEN DAVIDSON Florida Constitution, so as to create a "
Florida: seventh justice for the Florida Supreme N. :
Vote for One: ,
Court, to provide the manner for his elec-
tion, to empower the court to act in -
li To be County Commissioner, DistrictNo. divisions and designating the Chief Justiceas

i. I 3, Hendry County, Florida: chief administrative officer of the ",
Vote for One: Court. \

To be Comptroller of the State of Florida: .' ,
For the Amendment
Vote for One:
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J. M. LEEr .
Against the Amendment
To be County Commissioner, DistrictNo.

t J 4, Hendry County, Florida:

To be Treasurer of the State of Florida' : Vote for One: '- CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT i

0 >" amend Section 5, Article 8, Florida ._
.3 Constitution, to authorize the Legislature ';

i .. to create County Commissioner's districts ,,: ;
>;' To be Superintendent of Public Instruction To be County Commissioner, District in each county, that there be one Commis- "

of the State of Florida: No. 5, Hendry County, Florida: sioner elected by the qualified electors of ,

-. Vote for One: Vote for One: the county for each district, to provide a : r
: four year term of office, and the staggering ,,'

COLIN ENGLISHTo JIM MADDOXTo of such terms of office. i' -

For the Amendment I
Member of Board of Public Instruction
be Commissioner of Agriculture of the be -
District No.1, Hendry County,
State of Florida Amendment
: Against the .
... Vote for One: ; ':.1 ..,."., ', .... :Florida:
Vote for' One: r
. : ,; .
: ;:' To amend Section 9, Article 9, Florida \ t

To be Justices of the Supreme Court of Constitution, to give all widows, irrespective -
,1,_, Florida: ,. ;- be Member of Board of Public In- of dependents,. $500 taxation exemption -

,; Vote for two: struction, District No. 2, Hendry County, .
I Florida: ,
Vote for One:
For the Amendment

Against the Amendment ;
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'To be Member of Board of Public In- ..
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struction, District No.3, Hendry County, 5/S
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Vote for One: kr t j.

A. O. WARD ', ,< I
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Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. E. C.I I Schroeder, Mrs A. C. Carlton, Mrs. I COUNTY. ,

: Mills and Mrs. C .T. Burst were Foy Durrence, Mrs. V. C. Woodward I IN CHANCERY. CASE NO.-, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

i Fort Myers visitors Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. CLEWISTON REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

[ Personals ] Walker Nail and Mrs. Harry Knight. FLORIDA corporation.CORPORATION. a Maps Estimates

and Mrs. Ray Slade of Fort I Plaintiff.
Myers were guests and Mrs. CELEBRATES corporation and all unknown -
persons or parties (whether Engineering Consultant
Carl Berner last night. BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY natural corporate or municipal)

Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Hayes, Jr. claiming: through, under or from Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
have moved to Orlando. Mrs. B. A. Bourne, who has been Mrs. H. C. Jones entertained witha B.' ROBERTS dissolved corporation Trustee for, and Almar E.
seriously ill for several weeks is & Company a dissolved Delaware
children's party Tuesday after- corporation, and all unknown persons M
at present at St. Mary's Hospital,
Mrs Foy Durrence was a business noon, celebrating the sixth birth- having or claiming an interest -
West Palm Beach, where she is in the real property described Classes Scientifically Broken Lenses'
;; visitor in West Palm Beach receiving medical treatment. day of her daughter Claire. In in the bill Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
,; Defendants.It .
the games, prizes were awarded to DR. F D. GUDBAUROptometrist
Jimmy Harper left this week appearing by the sworn bill of .
Billy Haynie, Aubrey Luke and
complaint filed herein .
that the plain-
p,. Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Miss Evelyn for Atlanta, after several month's tiff is entitled to an order of publication Phone IDS G Collier Arcade
1. Bell and Mrs. H. C. Jones were here. He was employed in the Rachel Miner.Hallowe'en Fort Mjcrs. Florida

w, visitors Saturday in Fort Myers. Commissary Department of tho U. plates and accessorieswere IT IS ORDERED that the defendant Successor to K. H. OakleyA..y.
Almar & Company, a dissolved Dela-
used, and cakes, made to
i" S. S. Corp. ware corporation and all parties
' 1' 'Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Theus will resemble pumpkins, were served I claiming interests under or from
Almar & Company or otherwise and all ....
; .s return this week-end from a west;sr Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. Roy with ice cream. Balloons were unknown persons having or claiming- 4.

visit with relatives in Georgia. Alston, Mrs. Charles Bolton, Miss given as favors to the little folks. an Interest in the following describedreal RUMFORD RIDDLES
property In Hendry County, Florida -
.. -. Ardis Bolton and Mrs. R. C. Nowl- The guest list included Benny to-wit: ;

"'' '. Mrs. John Elmore visited her ing 'were visitors Wednesday in Prewitt, John Perry, John Niblack, Lot 25 Block 173 of the General !> Why did Sally Simpsonget f
' -, West Palm Beach. Don Terrell, George Anne Suggs, Plat of Clewiston Florida accord-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ellis ing to the plat thereof recorded /
in Alva, recently.A. I Agnes Ann Hackett, Bettye Carol in Plat Book 2; at pages 7 to new
: .'' Mrs. R. C. Nowling and baby and Bevoly Flaniken, Richard and 14, inclusive of the Public Rec-
ords of Hendry County; Florida
',: daughter, Martha Jean, returnedthe Jimmy Knight, Jimmy Johnson, and E. B. Roberts Trustee for Almar spectages'I
A. R. :uroadloot spent the week-
I first of the week from a visit Carolyn Robinson, Aubrey Luke, & Company a dissolved Delaware
end in Miami and other East Coast corporation be and appear In the <
with her ,sister, Miss Edith O'Steen ,Wayne King, Donald Whitaker, above entitled cause at the Court I
points on I in Tampa. Billy Haynie, Emma Jane Ezelle, House in LaBelle Florida, on the
.", II 4th day of November, 1940, being a
Patsy Meredith, Billy Broadfoot,
.. R. H. Knight and son, Rule Day of said Court to .answer
.. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Taylor and Charline and Lela Adams, Rachel the bill of complaint herein, else the
Jimmy, were visitors Tuesday in I allegations of said bill will be takenas i
Belle Glade. Curtis Taylor of Elysian, Minn., Miner, Anne Prewitt, Harry Vaughn, confessed by said ''defendants..

I II spent a short time here this week. Patricia Higgins, Sharon Crochet, IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that '. \
I They came down for Mrs. Curtis Carol Augur and Shari Land. this order be published once a week !
:' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Singletary of I for four (4) consecutive weeks in '\
r' Coral Gables were week-end visitors Taylor, who has been visiting Mrs. The Clewiston News, a newspaper "
published in Hendry County, Florida. h
t.r- here. DATED this .2nd day of October, BECAUSE she couldn't believe her own eye ..1,
r i 1940. when iho saw the beautiful cakes she turn out II
,.: Mrs. Ruth B. Owens spent the Miss Virginia Saxon of Moore r O. Ward is constructing a Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL. with RUMFORD Baking Powder. .. Its right for .
Haven spent the week-end here with three-room apartment on the lot Clerk of Circuit Court of every recipe every time. Send for FREE recipe
t weekendin Okeechobee visitingher Hendry County, Florida. ,
book. Address Rumford Baking Powder Box B "
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence. at his home which will be for EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER .
sister, Mrs. HarrLamb. Rumford Rhode Island.i

Saturday, Mrs. Lawrence, Miss Saxon rental purposes.COIPTROLLER. Miami Solicitors, Florida for Plaintiff. ....................................
rl and A. W. Sias were visitorsin .
Miss Laura Matteson has returned "
I West Palm Beach. : PAYS PENSIONS
..; from a visit on the East Coatt \
" ; of 'several days. FROM OFFICE SAVINGS ***.:N:N N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:..N:N:N:N:N:H N:N N N:N:N:N":N:N:N:N:N N:N:M:N:N:N:N).).i'. ".\
1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Vaughnand i .t" t,

f sons, Walter and Harry, and Tallahassee, Octo. 31SpecialWith ) t
A. W. Lawrence was a business ? t /'
visitor in Belle Glade Monday, and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., have moved the tax receipts for pay- =:
I :i ==
was a guest at the weekly Rotary into the house on Circle Drive, ment of pensions for Confederate % Twenty-six years in the Glades Proud %:

luncheon.i which Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewilt veterans and their widows below X '" X .

vacated a few months ago. the appropriation, leaving the pen- :!: to be called "Pioneer". Thru floods fires $ ..:

i and Mrs. Andy Garrison are sion fund short the amount need- .."". .. .- I
\I leaving tomorrow for Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. E. J. 'Vent and ed for October 31st pension checks, ; -. .;.- : I

t r where they will make their future family are leaving this weekendfor Comptroller J. M. Lee today drewon :?;: failures,. but never before-fear. :?i: :\

r home. Charlotte, N. C. where he has accumulated savings in the oper- ,,I
r accepted a position as consulting ation of the'Comptroller's office to I .1 I

I :;. firm from make possible the :;: fear of Third Term and whatit :: I
; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bullen and engineer for a operating, monthly distribu- :|:, a may :2 j: :

family have returned to Clewiston South Carolina to Maryland, He tion to veterans and widows.He .: .:. '\,

from High Springs, Fla., where they has. been employed here by the loaned $20,000 from the Y
'. U. S. S do to a free people. ::
spent the summer months. Engineers.L. Gasoline Dealer's License Expense '< *. t I
Fund to ,the Confederate Pension "Y .**

Miss Lola is to C. Rosenberg has returned to Fund. 'l I
Royal moving
; Belle Glade, where she will be work in the' offices of the Clewis- "Operating economies over the :: :

::.' associated with) Royal's splendid ton Realty and Development: Corporation past twelve months enabled this I :' : {: : H :{ ;,;)i" ) i
? \
'f :<:'. -: new store. after a two week's visiteda vacation department of the Comptroller'soffice ; : 1

: ;. "',. .--- during which time he to function for considerablyless
::'" }. Dr. and Mrs. W. ,L.' Lott number of places of interest in
were than the appropriation for the '
,"' the state with his parents who _; J. E. : I''
,: .. in Miami Wednesday. attending the expenses," Comptroller Lee said. | Beardsley $

'j'. ..: 6th 'district meeting of the Federation : have been visiting him from :: ..
? ;
of Garden Clubs. Buffalo, N. Y.

..:.,. D. W. Beardsley has returned Mrs. A. ,C. Carlton of Miami wasa IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE + Y Y

V; from Chicago and is spending the visitor in Clewiston for a few TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF X BETTY SPICER ART LAWRENCE :XJX :
I'.:; ::, winter here, with his son, J. E. days last week. Mrs. Carlton, and FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRYvs :e: + r
;; < daughter, Beverly, are staying with .t. \ ..
w Beardsley., and family. )- .:. f '
'-:" relatives in Miami until the com- :
".::,;. ALMAR & COMPANY. a ,dissolved ..:.-S:
I Mrs. J. W. Moran, Mrs. J. P. pletion of one of the new houses
\';,. : Higgins and Mrs. W. E. Bolton which the Stones are building, ------ :'1

.. were visitors Wednesday in West when they will rejoin Mr. Carlton

..,. : Palm Beach.. here. ':

""w ""x
4 NX **"**
',. Mrs. C. W. Fuller and Gene Mrs. Herman Scharnberg's sisters, ?<..J
:' .r.I. Fuller spent a few days in West Mrs. William. Lucaa and Mrs. Frank t $" ''''$<' ''

..' ::, ,:. :' Palm' Beach the latter part of the Maher, of New York City, returnedto :
week. Clewiston with her 'from the

'/, funeral of Mr. Schar berg last week.: I. jl" I

:;? .... Mrs. V. Gram, Miss Bertha Gram, I The three sisters are to spend a few I

'tip- Mrs. J. M. Couse and Jo Ann Couse days in Miami before returning to <.;.:........<.. .,t' : C 0 M E .,. .,,:', tlfg{ I Im
: ,' New York where Mrs. Scharnbergwill ', ". ff.T.':::
i; visited friends in Clewiston Mon- J. : ,': : ) .: : ... .
.... .. j
her home for the } to ; '
make .
-s. day. present. f: .; i ;,': : #1iftf:
n .Af ;- .. .. I
: ; ::*,:;:<;< :::::
, <: Her son, Oliver H. Scharnberg, who ,, ':,:4ff: TO MIAMI

,h ", Mrs. Keathley Bowden and son, returned with his mother last week, oi

Paul, returned Saturday from West spent several days here before leaving W. : ;1/ II't

Palm Beach where Paul underwent : for his home in Cambridge, Come .
IJ $ J, by bus, train or .;J :,, :: tiM:} f
: '
Mass. '
a tonsillectomy Friday. -- '" Mt Hf

,.,.'.f 11\: ; '\ .In your own streamlined car I gttt .I'I'f@

., Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. G. T. BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIESMrs. 1% 1Wt tik .
Augur, Mrs. J. F. Curry and :Mrs. '::' ;: Oct. 30th through Nov. 11thURDI }i: mW": I
., H. C. Kolstad were visitors in H. H. Turner entertained )#}
Belle Glade Monday. members of her bridge club Wed- .
nesday evening, awarding a # ;1

\ Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham "shoulderette", high score prize to f. f i !. I

and daughters. Miss Florence and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and a metal \ I { } ,' .
% l E S Ir; I
I I Sally Graham, visited in Fort Myers waste basket as second prize to t I B N ;ti I.l I.t I.
Saturday. Mrs. G. H. Small. t i ) r
./1' Apple pie a la mode, with coffee, ...>: : I
'. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson : (.. :
were served to Mrs. William H. t-1\\ %, W I'
: : and baby daughter, of Canal Point, :: : : :I
4 Lanier, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. /' ;:
i' were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Roy Alston, Mrs. G. H. Small, Miss .; fP't'r' h
Graham Sunday. Virginia Jordan, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, t4\3
; Mrs. Blanche Turner and Miss Mae \
Andy Garrison has returned from Palmer. \ : \ I

West, Palm Beach, where he spent rjJ'i i

-. several days in Good Samaritan Mrs. Dave Alston was hostess to I

j"j Hospital. her bridge club recently. Mrs. Ii,

H. R. Hall won first prize, a bottleof '& ..d ..

U Don Miller left Thursday for perfume, and Mrs. C. E. Johnsona I '-:">N i &

), Miami to report for assignment in double deck of cards as cut \#-::Wt .",:':>: io&,.,.. ,' ',:' ::1
:;: :
; ';:< "" '. oJfA
the U. S. Navy. Donald, who en- prize. ::o::<"' : I :: ;

.... listed a few weeks ago, has been Sandwiches pie and coffee were k':" ,

I .> waiting word that he was accepted. served by the hostess to Mrs. J. W. "
,:-! Ezelle, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. T. B. Shelleyof ,

,;;j". : Mrs. Otto Larsen and her twin Miami Mrs. Keathley Bowden,

sons, Eric and Carl, returned home Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. R. N. !

".. Saturday from Fort Myers. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Johnson. tli\\ .
R. Boe, of Moore Haven, is staying

with them for several days. Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr. entertainedher .
.... .,. ,- p
bridge club Tuesday. Mrs. Foy :; \ -", '
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Sharp, Durrence won a luncheon set as 'i .,. : !

of Orlando, have moved to Cle'\yis- first prize, Mrs. Roy Alston a set of ": -, .
ton for a six month period. Mr. kitchen towels and pot-holders as '% I

Sharp is a representative of Sawyerand second prize. Travelling prize, an-

Company, vegetable brokers. other kitchen set, went to Mrs. B. i
He Mrs. Sharp and their daugh- J. Schroeder.

ters, Margaret and Jane, have taken A salad course was served by I / ;- i
an. apartment. at. the. Inn.. the hostess to Mrs. Alstont Mrs.L .


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dragging! the rider a dozen yards CHAPTER VIT

before the Don could release him THE CHEERFUL O1ERU&
As he kicked clear with .
self. a Bowie woke in bed to see a tall ,.
mighty effort his head struck a rock, baM man in the brown woolen habitof

and he sprawled on the canyon floor, a Franciscan padre sitting in a The future looms so

half conscious. The bear dashed chair beside him and him
eying .with vi4ue grid vt..s 1:.
awkward but swiftly after the flee-
a suspicion of a smile. As Bowie
ing horse and the helpless rider. opened his eyes the padre raised the And llkeubfc doa "the.

( Bowie, close at hand, had barely forefinger of his right' hand and laidit QrJ Towrp st.

seconds to head his panicky'mount across his own lips as if to enjoin It thrill metKis:
toward the angry beast and uncoil silence.
his lasso. Yelling to the Don to uncerttir state
flee Bowie flung his at the lop- "Dos palabros, amigo, no mas!" Of hide
. rope he said in a low sympathetic voice. playing ,
ing grizzly. It settled over her head knd seekwith
CARMENOFTIANCHO "Few words from you for some
and Bowie spurring swiftly back
time yet. I want to see some nour- Fate.: .
the and size
despite weight of the ,.
ishment for before
you you expendany TCAM
grizzly, jerked the monster around
strength-you left most of that
and threw her off her feet. ,
By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Sorvic. amigo, in the canyon.
for instant.
Only an Rolling over, "
"Yes, he continued still in
SYNOPSISDon of the day at which the hostess and the bear, doubly infuriated, seized lish, "I know what you want to t2
the lasso in her claw and reel-
her daughter were formally ask. You were brought back 'to the h
After the family had settled about ing Bowie and his horse hand over
Alfredo wealthy Spanish owner of a ranch house, given up for dead.
Southern California rancho refuses to heed the fire in the living room and the hand toward her. ,The Texan per- When they sent for' me at the mis- WNU Service.SERVICES .
of a raid by a band of of ceived his peril. His horse strove
several warnings after he conversation had shown signs lag- sion I asked, 'Who is this man?' 'A
One day
outlaws Sierra Indians. of ging, Don Ramon made a requestof vainly to pit his strength against the Texan '
has finally decided to seek the protection mangled by a grizzly, they
the nearby mission for his wife and family, Carmen. strength of his enormous enemy. It told me. 'A Texan?' I repeated. And
the Indians strike. Don Alfredo is killed and Carmen took her place at the fam- was a hopeless endeavor. Relent-
the when they assured
his arms two of young the-family's daughters faithful are maid torn from Monica, ily harp, ran her fingers over the lessly the bear dragged horse and said, 'The Texan is not me dead you ;were I have, I : :

and are carried away to; the hills. Padre strings and sang a Spanish song. rider toward him. Luckily a sizable seen many men torn by grizzlies; --
of the family
Pasqual missionary friend tree stood With shout and
near. :
The conversation and the words of '
arrives at the ruins of the ranch and learns but the Texan outlasts the bear.
the story of the raid from Monica. After a the song were, lost on Bowie, but spur Bowie, plunging forward, However, I say to you seriously, few

trying mountains and difficult from trip Texas across, to California the plains, not the clear, true.notes of the girl's whirled the horse and managed to words and on your back till.we can
circle the tree before the bear could
youthful Henry Bowie a Texas adventurer get more blood coursing through

with his friends Ben Pardaloe and Simmie Don Francisco explained that the take up all the slack. It gave the your veins." OFFEREDVital
Indian scout, sight the party of Indians Texan instant of and
an was the appeal of a lover to the an respite,
who have carried off the two little girls. The song Bowie lay so utterly weak he could war minerals in demand.
he dismounted. But in that instant Mineralsand
of fifty- witness of his devotionto
stars to bear
three Texans attack war party hardly find voice but speak he ores Identified S2.00 each. Send small
odd Indians and through a clever ruse, scat his mistress. Carmen sang again, the bear charged him. sample Assays and analyses also fur-
ter the savages to the hills. The girls are would. "Padre," he said, breathingwith nished. Write for prices and information.
saved. The group makes its way, out of the a French chanson. It was very The tree between the two was of difficulty, "if the bear is deadI Louis Strange, Box 613, Guthrie, Ky.
hills and meets the distraught Monica, the slight, but it echoed in Bowie's ears little consequence, as the hunted "
left with want my knife. My knife, he
children's maid. The girls are
most of the night.It man was aware, and the grizzly'sleap
Monica and the friendly Padre at a mission repeated with an effort, "and my BABY CHICKSFREEBABY
and the Texans proceed to Monterey. Here bother Bowie, that in these was far beyond the nimblest revolver."
Bowie completes his business for Gen. Sam I household meetings he could never feat of a runner. Taking what was at CHICKS!
Houston of Texas who has commissionedhim For answer the Franciscan rose,
to deliver an important message. Bowie manage to catch the eye of Carmen.He best a merely desperate chance, wltnorde Chicks FRES: (for limited timo only)
turned to the bureau in the bedroom for 100 assorted chicks
decides to have a look at the wild untamed was discreet enough not to at- Bowie, as he jumped, fired shot aft- No Cripples or Culls Live Delivery only.OO Guaranteed.per 100.
in the middle took from it the long knife and the
country that California was SEND MONEY ORDER Prompt Shipment
to' glance
Nineteenth century. Bowie disappears from tempt coax way- Colt revolver. "They have been ATLAS CHICK CO.. St. Louis. Mo.
later and and old to be ashamed of
California but returns eight ;years enough
of friendly Span cared for, amigo, as you see. ButI
makes the acquaintance a himself for his curiosity. But curi-
ish family at the Rancho Guadalupe. He is advise you to rest up for at least
attracted by the lovely Carmen daughterof osity' persisted. Toward the end of three months before you resume True Taste
Don Ramon the rancho's owner. his natural resentment at the
I stay a True taste is
: with a grizzly That is, indeed, growing,
aloofness of one who had for a week a knife," remarked the padre, hold- learning, reading, worshiping, lay-

enlisted his lively interest impelledhim ing up the bowie knife for interested ing its hand upon its mouth be-

CHAPTER VIContinued7 to practice such retaliatory inspection. "Where, did you get it, cause it is astonished, casting its
measure as he could. The least sat- amigo?" shoes from its feet because it finds

Bowie listened, indeed, to the isfactory feature of his attempt to all ground holy.-Ruskin.
tvords of Don Ramon; but he heard ignore her was that this made no "The blade was made from a
another voice-a : blacksmith's file," returned Bowie
the cadences apparent difference whatever to ,
with trace of in his weak
voice of sweet-throated music, Carmen. If she were aware, there v 1c a pride '

strange to the ear but bewilderingin was no evidence of it-for her, he ness. For ONLY 1 O/Now

utterance. For the first time in seemed not to exist. "And calls for a long strong arrA ,

his life the Texan ,without realizingit to wield it," mused the padre. '
Don Francisco, on the other hand, Less than

began to love the strange tonguein grew increasingly attached to Bowie. .-'-- Don Francisco entered the roomon
which Californians spoke and to Everything about the Texan in- .4 IAil i! tiptoe. He greeted Bowie warm: -"

listen for every syllable that might terested the youth. Especially was ly. "Amigo! he exclaimed.

fall from the lips of the young Span- he fascinated by the plainsman'snovel "Thanks to God that you are alive! ,.'"

ish girl. The clinging black of her revolver. Indeed, the whole Tell me: what happened in.that can ,
gown did not hide the tender slopeof male population of Rancho Guada- 1 i yon?"

her shoulders; it contrasted with lupe marveled at a pistol that would 1 The padre put up his hand. "He is

the ivory of her slender neck; and shoot six bullets without recharging.The too weak to talk." rnopo m a dose

above this,. from a perfectly poised matanza always brought downan "But in a few words,"' begged

head, fell soft masses of brown hair. army of bears from the hills, and Don Francisco. I 1

They framed the features of one Don Francisco, seeking excuse to "In a few words," responded Bowie -

just at the threshold of full-bloomed prolong the stay of the hunters, dryly, "we had more or less of a

adolescence: lips filling with prom- promised them as many bear fightsas 1 -..- aBut fight."
ise of a richer maidenhood; eyes they had stomach for-black "
"Madre de Dios! exclaimed Don
Think and Work
that retired under long dark lashes bears cinnamon bears and occasion-
Francisco. "I would call it more
Do not falter orthink but
and! opened with a searching light. ally the famed monarch of the Si- ; just
than 'less of a fight.: Pedro has never think out your work and just work
"You want to start tomorrow?" erras, the grizzly, the highly respected in that instant the bear 'seen so big a bear-no, not in all out your think.-Waterman.

Don Francisco was asking. Bowie oso pardo,as Don Francisco charged him.er 'his,life, he truly says. But Bowie,

nodded. called him. This prospect of ad- .you must know Padre Martinez. He

"But I have an idea." suggested venture interested the two scouts. 'shot into the bear's mouth and has been our surgeon, amigo. We

Francisco. lIMy uncle is having ma- ,They added their appeal to that of head. Then he dropped the empty had none else to call on. Dr. Doane :

tanza this week. He is slaughtering Don Francisco, and Bowie not revolver, whipped out his knife and, was in Santa Barbara. Doctors are- OMENY:4O'Read

surplus cattle for the tallow. Cap- loath to linger near the flame of the waiting not a second, 'plunged di- scarce in California, very scarce.

tain Davis, with whom my uncle distant candle he had lighted for rectly into the bear's arms for what We feared you would die from all

trades, is in port at Monterey from -himself-consented. was likely to prove a fatal em- the blood you lost. But Padre Mar- This Important Message!

China. He will want much tallow Hardly had night fallen when the brace. Only one of the two, he knew tinez, who graduated a surgeon in Do you' dread: those "trying years" (38 to
62)? Are you getting moody, cranky and
for South America and Bostonitwill vanguard of the bears arrived from could come out alive. Spain before he became a missioner NERVOUS? Do you fear hot flashes weak-

be a big matanza. You shouldsee the hills. Tempted by the rejected The foreman ,Pedro was riding came quickly to our aidandyou ening tions other dizzy women spells?Are get?you THEN jealous LISTEN-01 atten-

one. Much attention, much excitement meat and offal of the matanza, the away from the corral when he sawDon'Ramon's see!" Bowie weakly acknowl- .>These symptoms often result from female

much work. Stay over a bears would come down at nightfallfor riderless horse racing edged his obligation by pressing the famous functional Lydia disorders.E.Pinkham's So start Vegetable today and Com-take

day or two. The streams will then a feast. This gave the hunters, out of the hills. The half-breed real- hand of Padre Martinez, who sat pound. For over 60 years Pinkham's Compound

be fordable, and you and your disposed for sport, their chance. ized at once there was trouble. beside his bed, and the padre silenced grateful has women helped to go hundreds"smiling of thru"thousands difficult of

scouts, in the meantime, will be well Shortly the matanza ground was Shouting to near-by vaqueros to follow Don Francisco by waving days. Pinkham's has helped calm unstrung

entertained. Plenty of bears! well filled with the hairy monsters, he spurred for the hills. Be him out of the room and then following nerves"irregularities.and lessen annoying" One of the female most functional effec--

"Bears?" echoed Bowie. gorging, growling, fighting among fore he reached them Bowie's horse, him. tita "woman's" tonics. Try it!

Francisco nodded. "Dozens. They themselves and snapping ferociouslyat dragging the broken rope, shot out At the door he encountered Don

come down from the mountains at those bolder coyotes who 'dared of the canyon and gave him the di- Ramon just coming to speak to Bowie LeadershipOne \!

night after the matanza offal. Plentyof trespass on the preserves" of their rection. At the same moment he and, in matter of fact, to apolo- good head is better than a

chance for a bear fight if you like banqueting "betters. heard pistol shots echoing down the gize for exposing his guest's life to thousand strong hands.

one." The Texans watched. Don Ramon canyon walls. Urging his compan- such danger. Don Ramon brought

The Texan showed interest, asked circling a chosen bear, lassoed him ions who were stringing along be- back his nephew Francisco for

more questions, and said he would by the neck; Don Francisco, watch- hind to follow fast, Pedro gallopedinto translator. "Only a few words, Padre -

talk to his scouts. I ing his chance, executed the more the canyon. ," exclaimed Don Ramon. "But RHEUMATISM

The next morning Bowie and his difficult feat of roping the bear's His practiced eye told him the : he saved my, life. I must, at least,

host rode out to where the matanzawas hind legs; and the two horsemen, story as he rode. Whatever it had II thank him." PAIN WHERE IT HURTS

in progress. Pardaloe and Sim- riding then in opposite directions, been, it was over, for the canyonwas Bowie, who in the everyday courseof
mie were already on the scene, forced the bear tor fight his utmostto as still as the grave. On he I the life of a frontiersman would GOOD OLD p ] 60C

watching every move of the vaqueros save himself. In the end he was galloped until, rounding a bend, he not have looked on his narrow escape PRESCRIPTION[ b'222' 1 I.

as one rode quietly into the killed. The vaqueros made nightly saw the bodies of the grizzly and as an extraordinary event,

corral, lassoed a steer by the horns sport with the big fellows. The Tex- the Texan lying less than ten yards found himself the hero of the rancho.

and brought him outside. ans, seeing bear after bear broughtto apart, both apparently dead. Pardaloe and Simmie, shining in the WNU-7 44-40

When the rider had the beast well the knife, were not greatly im- But Pedro dared' take no chances.His penumbra of his prestige and though

placed, a second vaquero roped thesteer's pressed.In horse was frantic, and he knew secretly elated at the feat, put on Cunning FoolA

hind legs, threw him and, the morning Don Ramon invit- the deadly danger of a wounded airs of. indifference among the va- cunning woman is a knavish

with two ropes taut, tied his feet in ed Bowie for a canter over the bear. Casting a hasty glance at queros to intimate that where they A>ol.
bunch and with knife him rancho. He particularly wanted to came from such incidents were everyday -
a a gave
the golpe de gracia. see how the rain had left the foot- Bowie, who lay on his face, he urged occurrences.The .

bridge leading across the river to his frightened horse closer to the
What interested the Texan days went slowly, almost
sea- the grain fields which stretched in fallen monster of the Sierras. The
soned as to cattle and horses, was I painfully, for an active man
the skill and speed with which the rolling acres toward the bay. Returning vaquero eyed the beast narrowly Bowie. Dona Maria, realizing that
he suggested a short cut while he rode his horse kicking and
vaqueros worked and the almost her husband's life had been spared

human intelligence of their horses- through the hills. The two men I I flinging, around him until he caught through the diversion of the bear's May Warn of Disordered
were riding briskly 'abreast when
the perfection of their response to sight of the handle of a bowie fury, was unremitting in her solici-' Kidney Action
crossing they stumbled ;
every hint of their rider in snaringand a canyon, knife sunk to the hilt between the tude for the Texan's comfort. And Modern life with Its hurry and
suddenly, almost on top of a bear worry'Irregular
handling a steer. It was par- ribs under the left forepaw. The when he ,was ready to sit up, Car- habits, improper eating and
ambling along on her with two :
way drinking-its risk of and infection
exposure -
and Chinese
ticularly this skill of the horses that' men sent flowers a con-
cubs to the matanza ground. grizzly lay quite dead. -throws heavy strain on the work
made the ,work proceed rapidly with- fection to,him. of the kidney They are apt to become
"Mira! Cuidado! Oso pardo, Hastening to Bowie, Pedro slipped over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
out mishap or hitch. During the impatient days that followed -
cried Don Ramon. from his horse to examine him. and other impurities from the life-giving
For two days the work went for- Bowie had one faithful attendant blood.
The warning was well ordered. Dust-covered and mangled, the Tex- hoursat You may Buffer nagging backache,
ward speedily. The matanza groundwas The bear, enraged, reared with the Don Francisco spent headache, dizziness getting up nights,
a scene of the greatest activity.To swiftness of her : an lay in a rapidly widening pool of his bedside and entertained him leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired
a jack-in-the-box on his own blood. His heart was beat- California and of his ,nervous,all worn out. Other signs
the Texan the spectacle of such huge feet and sprang, as luck would with stories of of kidney or bladder disorder are some-
abundance, such profusion of waste have it, at Don Ramon. She struck ing faintly, and Pedro, giving hur- people, the rancheros. Bowie was a times Urination.burning, scanty or 'too frequent

and such indifference to everythingbut him with a raking blow of her claw.It ried orders to his comrades, raised good listener. One day while Don Try Doan'i Pilli. Doan't help the

the work in hand was a source caught his trouser leg. The stout the unconscious man in his arms, Francisco sat with Bowie a jar of kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
have had than half
waste. They more a
with the
of amazement. A hearty lunch cloth, unhappily for the rider, held pushed up from one ear a flap of Canton ginger was sent in century of public approval. Are recom-

served to the family at noon was and the unlucky Don found himself scalp torn from Bowie's temple, compliments of Carmen. Bowie, as- Atk mended by crateful users everywhere.

followed by a heartier dinner for ,torn from the saddle. In catapulting and, shouting for puffballs, plasteredthe suming such indifference as,he could your.neighbor

the evening, with the difference that headfirst to the ground his foot dry spores as best he could muster, asked why Carmen wore

native wine accompanied the din- caught in, the stirrup, and his fren- over the unconscious man's head black.
ner. This was the family gathering zied horse dashed down the canyon, (TO DE CONTINUED)
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Harvest Season- seed-cane; we have coached themin sities of life for their fellow, Ameri- John Jones, Clewiston, C Jennings W. Ezelle, Clewiston, W
the best agricultural practicesfor rl cans. Florida sugar must be storedin Thomas Rock Moore, Clewiston, C Elizah Boyd, Clowiston, C
sugarcane culture; we have en- a barn so Cuba and other foreign Henry Carter, Clewiston, C W. L. Brantley, Jr., Clewiston, W
Corporation owning the sugarhouseat couraged them to plant part of countries and offshore areas may Hilton Taylor, LaBelle, W Robert L. Marshall, Clewiston, W
Clewistori had more than 23- their acreage in sugarcane so they usurp the American market." Gilbert Taylor, Felda, W Roosevelt Williams, Clewiston', C

000 acres planted to sugar-cane; might obtain' a staple crop ,and we Adam J. Johnson, Clewiston, C Johnson Solomon, Clewiston, C
have supplied a market for that Fred Jones, Clewiston, C
today the Federal Government limits Duck Season Lonnle Coleman, Felda, C ,
the Corporation to only: 20,000 crop. Owen Marshall, Clewiston, C Lawrence Colson, Clewiston, C
acres; ten years ago there were 'no "In connection with our supply- John E. Adams, Clewiston, W John Rodwell, Clewiston, C
independent growers of sugar-cane; ing a market for the sugarcane crop (Continued From Page 1)' John H. Pullen, Clewiston, W Seabow Right, Clewiston, C
encouraged by the Corporation, of the independent farmers of the receded. As a consequence the Samuel Brown Clewiston C' Rhobie Lee Murray, Clewiston, C
vegetable farmers of the Everglades Everglades, a few comparisons are birds are more scattered than had Willie J. Marshall, Clewiston, C John Blount, Clewiston, C
Lave today, more than 2500 acres most Interesting. Ten years ago been expected. The warm weatherof Will Slaughter, Clewiston C, William Paul Waters, LaBelle; W
of sugar-cane although the Federal the Corporation had 23,000 acres the past week or two has also C. C. McGowln, Felda, W Thomas T. Black, Clewiston, C
Government limits their right to planted to sugar-cane, today it has served to retard the migration of Johnny Murry; Jr., Clewiston, C Paul B. Hardin, LaBelle, W
harvest to a meager 1000 acres. only 2,000 acres more or a total northern ducks to Florida. Albert Hall, LaBelle, C Bennie Lee Prince, Clewiston, C

"During the past ten years much of 25,000 acres; existing Federal Despite this there are plenty of Winfield S. Peay, Clewiston, W Ransom Hullette, Clewiston, C
has been accomplished by the research laws give the Corporation a farming ducks to be found and hunting B. L. Williams, Clewiston, W Ralph D. Lister, Clewiston, W
organization of United States allotment of only 20,000 acres and should be very good until the. flocks Tilton Woodard, Clewiston, C Sam D. Coleman, Clewiston, C
Sugar Corporation. Private research limits its marketing of sugar from are scattered by much hunting.In Frank Ingersoll Clewiston W Gideon H. Brown, Clewiston W
conducted at private, not public both its own production and the addition to the regular game Otis T. Radford, Clewiston, C Willie R. Walker, Clewiston, C
expense has done much for the production of the independent cane hunting license which, is also effec- Seth A. Howard, LaBelle, W James M. Congdon; Clewiston, W
Everglades. New types of cane farmers to the product of but 15- tive during the usual season from N. B. McMillon, Clewiston, C The above list is given as drawn

ideally adapted to conditions in 000 acres. Ten years ago there November 20 to January 15, each Luther M. Graham, Denaud, W but their order number in the list
the Everglades have been develop., was not a single acre of sugarcane license must have a federal duck Arthur Williams, Clewiston, C will not be their actual order num-
ed; such development having already grown by Independent farmers in stamp affixed. These may be pro' Robert:: N. Childress, Clewiston, W* ber. It must be borne in mind that
more than doubled the yieldof the Everglades; today such independent cured at any post-office. The usual John W. Hollinger, Clewiston, C this list is not official. Every
sugar per acre. Engineering sugar-cane farmers have restrictions on duck hunting will John J. Lucaa, Clewiston, W registrant will, within a short time
studies have resulted in improved more than 2,500 acres planted to be imposed with the exception ofa Joseph W. Hairston, Clewiston, C be notified what the order numberis
methods of water control which sugar-cane, although the Federal change in the ruling on time for Lee E. Jones, Clewiston, C assigned to him and further
will further increase the produc- Government, has given them an starting moring hunting. This has Milton M. Dudley, Clewiston, W lists will be published as further
tivity of the land and, at the same allotment of only 1,000 acres and been changed from seven o'clock Otto Larsen Clewiston, W draft drawings are made.
time the soil these results the marketing of the to sunrise. Hunting must end at
conserve ; permits pro- Homer Lee Walker, Clewiston, C
rebound to the full benefit of all duce of but 500 acres A threat four o'clock p. m. Clarence ,B. Broyles, Felda, W AMERICAN CAFE MOVES
producers of all products in (the has been made to reduce that per- The Audubon Society admits thatit Rafael Diaz-Nieves, Clewiston, W
mission to market to one-third _the cannot prevent hunting in the -
Everglades."Soil Ralph J. Williams, Clewiston, W The American Cafe, owned and
analysis has disclosed the present allowance, or one-sixth. the sanctuary established on the north David Ruffin, LaBelle, C managed by Mrs. A. P. Wynn, which
side of the lake between Harney
proper fertilization and some of existing production.. William E. Bolton, Clewiston W has been located in 'the Cottrell
Pond Canal and Kissimmee River
the necessary soil correctives; I "The United States Sugar Cor- Hudson ,Roberts, Clewiston, C Building moved this week into the
but will have a number of extra
further and more detailed studios, poration in good faith entered into wardens on duty to impose every Marion C. Powell, Jr., Clewiston, W Goff Building in the room formerly
now under way will disclose any cane purchase contracts with Joe Pinkney, LaBelle, C occupied by the Sunrise Cafe. The
hunting restriction and be on handto
mineral deficiencies in the various the independent sugar-cane farmersof Tommie Williams, Clewiston, C Sunrise Cafe, which has been under
make arrests if anyone is seen
soils in the area. Research fellowships '! the Everglades; in the same good birds. Melachi Deenard, LaBelle, C Japanese management, closed two
shooting non-game
have been, and are being, faith it will perform its obligations James Jones, LaBelle C weeks ago.
maintained at University of Florida thereunder to purchase such sugar- I
; for further studies of soils, waters cane despite the heavy penalties Cane Prices- S 'or"( '

and climatic conditions, all for the which will be incurred should the .........................-.....................................................................................................................................................
purpose of developing additional Corporation in turn try to sell the .
data upon which to base the most produce of such cane. Today the (Continued from Page 1) .
scientific approach to agricultural I acreage to be harvested can yield price of sugar when that price is

production in South Florida. All more than 110,000 tons of sugar. 3.5 cents a pound. .
of these endeavors, carried on at To l enable Cuba and other foreign Provision was made for a reduction -
the sole expense of United States countries and offshore areas to be of not more than three
Sugar Corporation, will redoundto guaranteed exclusive rights to all per cent in the basic rates for i
the benefit of all those self-sup- of their home markets and more each 1A cent decline in the price ;j; CLEWIS TON 60LF

porting, self-respecting, honest and than 70 per cent of the American of sugar down to 2.75 cents a pound
hard working citizens of the area markets, the sugar producers of and for an advance of not less t '.
who help to make the Evergladesa the Everglades are prohibited by than three per cent for a rise of :!: -- :i:

fine place in which to live and law from marketing more than 54- 1A cent or more above 3.5 centsa i i. : : CURSE 1 1IiJ
work The farmers of the Upper I 000 tons of sugar, or less than pound. : (:. ,
Glades have freely availed them- half the present production; should One modification in the Louisiana ; .
selves' of the research facilities of the sugar producers of the Ever- program provides for the substitu- IiJ i :" :;; i: ; : :. S': ;:::{ : :!: S

United States Sugar Corporationand glades try to sell more than one- tion of New York coffee and sugar ",'1 f: '-"-- -, 'l... .' '..
it gives us feeling of great half the available product such exchange price quotations for thoseof 't'C: !J."' ,' ; ...uI"t'. ; j ; :'"> ::1:
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satisfaction that our neighbors, the product would be subject to con- New Orleans .exchanges "if prices .t. ', '. :t-:;.. ..'' -G. '-I' "t'1::
independent cane farmers and fiscation ,and fines equal to three result which do; not reflect the + : ,0 :f:
winter vegetable farmers of the times the market value of such true value of sugar." .t', ,i ,}
area, have rightly: assumed that product could be imposed."In The other is that processors operating _
we are good neighbors; we feel order to fulfill the spirit as in the 'same general area .i.

that their problems are our, prob- well as the letter of commitmentsto absorb weighing and hoisting cost

lems and in the relationship we independent growers the United with the exception of those who /!j .... Open to the Public jI
will both prosper. States Sugar Corporation will short- operated in 1936 and who did not

"During the past ten years we ly begin the erection of a monumentto assume such cost that. year.
have freely shared with our neigh- the Sugar Act of 1937, which Sugar division officials said this
bors the results of our reseaich. law was enacted for the purpose ,of was expected to increase the income -
We have realized the serious prob- giving Cuba and other foreign i of some growers served by mills '1' .:.
lems which the iniquitous Cuban countries and offshore areas the ex- ,'which began operating in 1937 and y y

Trade Treaty has placed before our elusive right to supply 4,500,000tons i 1938. y't' rx ..f.'s" .
neighbors, the winter vegetable' of sugar to American con- I :: .s.
farmers of the Everglades. We sumers. Such monument will take Draft- :: y_ _;:., x:
have tried to help our neighborsin the form of a huge barn, located I I :;. .. ,. :_f: K
other ways than the benefits between the sugar-house and planta- -A'
from research conducted solely at tion machine shop, in which to (Continued from Page 1) I ::: :; Moderate Green Fees ,:_i:,

our expense. We have expendedtime store thousands and thousands of Parris Camp, LaBelle, C I :: =!:
: Exceptional Fairways
effort and money endeavoring tons of sugar, the non-surplus produce Willie Adams, LaBelle, C
to eliminate or ease the disastrous of American soil, which pro- Joe Pinckney' Clewiston, C :: :i:
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effects of the iniquitous duce was produced by American Philip J. Thielen, Clewiston, W- ... _..
Cuban Trade Treaty; we have shown workmen, who have been given Wm. Rastus Bland, Felda' W
them how to raise Joh'Baker, Felda, C ----
sugar-cane; we much needed employment at high -- II'
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have given them the best of our wages, producing non-surplus neces- Ernest Moffett, Clewiston, C ..N.N.1N. !N/N 1 H 1/.N 1 N..N 1 H 1 N.N.Ii 1 II.N 1 H.N.N-N 1 1 N 1 N 1 N ti 1.N 1 M 1 M-H 1 1 N 1 N 1 N.N.N.N.1.1 H 1 N 1 N 1 ti.N.N 1 N.N 1 N..
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