The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00816
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 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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Gives Extra Service New Alumni ClubThe


The Clewiston Post Office force Alumni Club, composed of

ROAD 25 CURVE will give extra services on Satur- MONDAY FOR WEEKClewiston's graduates of Clewiston High School, LEADS IN BOWLING. ,}

.day afternoons until after Christ- held a meeting Tuesday night, December .

mas, according to statement of A. 3, in the High School build- ':
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W. Sias, postmaster, who explains ing for the of organizingand
. annual purpose .
I Royce Carlton, 43, salesman for second fair The Kiwanis team took three ;!
their hours. This week Sat- officers. Officers ;
new electing are
Adams-Kennedy of Tampa and well- and festival will open Monday and straight games from the United ;
known in Clewiston and the entire urday, December 7th- the post run through the entire week, con- as follows: President, Munselle States Sugar Corporation office ,.,..::i
office will all windows for Stone Vice President .
lake region, and his cousin, Clyde open cluding Saturday night with what ; Dorothy team on Tuesday night to establish :
all services from the hours of 3 Hare Treasurer
,f Wade, 40, of Charlotte Harbor, lost I promises to be the most outstanding ; Secretary and themselves in first place in the ':-
This has been the
to 6
m. Bell.
I p.
their lives Wednesday night when i success of any such. attractionever present bowling tournament. They J
custom of the office
on paydaysof The primary purpose and aim of
their car over-turned on the curve held here. have nine
now won and have !
the United States Sugar Corporation this is to create games '
organization a :
at Nigger Jim Hammock, about The affair, sponsored by Clewiston no losses chalked up against them. .'
and gives opportunity for
twelve miles west of LaBelle on the Post No. 93 of the American more friendly feeling between the '
Tagging close at the heels of the <
I I all to the office these busy
I use on people of the community and the '
Cross-State Highway. Legion, has branched out this year Kiwanians are the Merchants who .-:: i
days. school. The Club will also be
Cowboys from the J. B. Hendry : by adding an exhibit tent which have lost no games but have beenin 'Ii'
On the following two Saturdays
active in the school the
I ranch heard the crash from a distance will be placed at the entrance to by helping only two matches so "can show .. --1
the order and postal savings
money faculty and students in any way .
and went to investigate. They the grounds and through which only six wins. The City team and .; r i1
) windows will close at noon, but all possible.The .
t found the car, a two-door sedan, each patron of the carnival will the Commissary team each have ':
other services will be available Alumni to '
I overturned in about three feet of be required to pass and this dis- Club wishes express five wins against four losses, Clew- .'.:: ;,
continuously' all day until 6 p. m. .
appreciation toII' R. W.
water in the roadside ditch with play' of commercial and educational
iston Motors three wins and six :.'
These services on Saturday after- .
Turk, Honorary Member and Ad-
both occupants' evidently dead. exhibits is expected to prove a ,big losses, Sugar Corporation three ;
noons during the busy preChristmas -
visor, for his assistance in its or-
They summoned ,Sheriff H. L. De- season will be a real accomo- drawing card for the festival. wins and three losses, the Affiliates -='Pf

laney at once and the two were dation to patrons of the office. Nearly all of the space has been ganization. no wins and six losses and the ( .

identified by their driver's licenses. sold and many local merchants, Engineers no wins and nine losses. '

County Judge W. T. Maddox as civic organizations, school, sugar Julius Moon Enters
Local P-T.A. In games of the past week, not : --1',
coroner investigated the wreck and Group corporation and others are arranging ,
including matches played last night, _' ;JEd
found that the two men were head attractive exhibits. Military TrainingJulius '
Markette chalked up the highest ,
down in the car when discoveredand Attends LaBelle Meet The Crescent Amusement Company -
score of 229 in the third game of
had evidently drowned. An which has the carnival con' '. "
Tuesday night's Kiwanis-U. S. S. C.
-1 inquest was held shortly after mid- cession, is a new carnival show in Moon, Hendry county's
Mrs R. H., Knight, president of match. His total for the match d
night. The car was evidently head- Clewiston and which the 'selective
f one comes first registrant under
535 the of
was pins, highest
ed toward Clewiston and failed to the Clewiston P-.T.A. and a I r-
groupof lighly recommended as having new I
service act to be called for military week. E. E. Kelly's 210 was sec- '
'I make the left hand curve. members of. the organization attended and modern thrill rides, clean
training, left yesterday for Camp ond high in the second game of the -
The bodies sent to Arcadia .i
were a tri-county P-TA meetingin shows and no offensive concessionsof
Motor-Engineer match on
Carlton's home, for funeral services kind.Tuesday Blanding after successfully passinghis
LaBelle Monday evening, and any Wednesday night of last week and
: and burial, an Arcadia ambulance been physical examination before Dr. ,
has designated as x
heard Mrs. C. F. Parvin, past president Kraemer of the Engineers was
; coming for them that night. Children's Day and on that day all C. E. Weaver in, LaBelle, examin- third with 195 again at the Commissary :
i Members of the coroner's jury of the state association speakon
children will be admitted to the ing physician for this county. His team Tuesday night. In
were George Anderson, Harry the subject "Why a P-TA".
grounds free. Rides and shows that match the Engineers were '
alternate, Boris Matusiak also pass
Anderson Ned Kurt Cochran
Guy, Mrs. Parvin brought out the will cost just five cents for the beaten by a few pins in each
Harry Howard and Roscoe Mizelle. ed his examination and will be the
'' relationship of the P-TA to the children and a big crowd is antici- game despite some unusually good
f': pated. next white registrant called. Both .
totals. .ij'I
home, school and community. She
Engineers TransferredTo The proceeds from the festival boys volunteered after registering follows :
i scores are as : >i
stressed the value of having a
will be used by the American which placed them first in line for 'I
Nov. 27" .
New York Project number of fathers in the local P-TA Wednesday ::1J': '
for their various local
Legion 'activities service. Clewiston Motors" ....

.. work. Her talk was very interesting and every dime expended by Julius is 23, the son of Mr., and Nail ..........................118 148 117 ":"'

Five from-the Okeechobee- and instructive. the citizens at the show will be Mrs. R. J. Moon of LaBelle and is Collier ....:...._...........106 148 90 : f

Caloosahatchee men project have been Another speaker was Mrs. P. R. helping in a most worthy cause. I proud of the distinction of being Bestor ......................103 140 :..-j

transferred during the past week to Robin, of Tampa, a regional vice- : the first called from this. county E. E. Kelly :.............17 4 .;210 127 .

president, who made a short but and anxious to enter the service. R. Kelly ....... ........139 110 ;
Massena, N. Y., where they will begin . . . ? .
' ".- -,. 'work lii ar new.U, S iigineer interesting talk on P-TA. ,work. .:NNN N M NON N:NN NNM, :N:H N:N:M N:N:N:M N..:N7 The first negro to enter service L. Kelly ......'\":......... 112 :

'I' \ district preliminary for The program was 'ope'ned'by will leave next Thursday for- Camp Waters -.... :::-:i.._.... .-- -.- 159: ON
on a survey
I j the St.. Lawrence River group singing of "Battle Hymn of Blanding. He is Lee Jones of Total ..........:.....:.640 728 633 .
proposed >
I I project. the Republic". A scripture readingby RAMBLINGS. Clewiston and was also successfulin U. S. Engineers )i y I

Mrs. A. M. Glisson, was followed B. B. passing his physical examination. Thomas .................... 98 114 ; '

I The ,oldest man from the Clewis- by prayer by: Rev. John Mooreof By However, his alternate Freddie Claycomb ................125 133' ,. j

ton office, in point of service was Immokalee. There was a piano Hooks has not yet been passed. So Curry .....................123 162 .110 ." 1
Assistant Engineer Willard F. solo by Hazel Wade, and a vocalsolo"Sylvia"by .:N NON N:N:N:N:N N NN:N N N N:N:N:N:N M N:N:NNI far all white registrants 'whose ex- :
Smith ................._...130 137 133'i
Simpson who was connected with Dennis Small. aminations have been heard from", Kramer ....................115 129 I

the project here and in various Mrs. Phillips read the President's We've two things to remind you about five or six, have passed the Auger ...................... 9 4 ,a

other points about the lake almost Christmas message, and Mrs. Robin of this week, and they both pertainto tests and the negroes are failing Miller ...................... 135 106 :::.'

since the beginning of the work. delivered 'honor roll certificates to the holiday. season. about fifty per cent. Total ..........._......591 661 592 :i'
Accompanying Mr. Simpson was C. the LaBelle and Felda P-TA groups. The American Legion festival, Local draft boards have been instructed .----
L. Lee, draftsman from the local The program concluded with the which'will be loud enough to speak to do everything in their : : ;

sub-office. A day or two later E. singing of "Hark the Herald AngelsSing" for ,itself next week, opens Mondayand power to prevent the loss of jobs of Tuesday Nov., 29 /

I A. Kraemer, also .a draftsman fol A social' hour followed. will give you all an opportunity those 'who are called for service and U. S. S. CommissaryLogan ;

lowed. The P-TA presidents who attended to assist members of this then rejected because of physical .....................138 130 186 ''c'

The two other engineers from were seated o'n the platform and worthy organization in the only disabilities. Numerous cases like Hager .....................112 135 151 .!,

Waters ...................138 137 151 -:
this project transferred to New included, Mrs. R. N. Miller, LaBelle; thing they ask of the public all this have been reported in the state

Kolstad ....................157 106 ,
York were Anderson and Cassell Mrs. R. H. Knight, Clewiston; Mrs. year. The Legion boys, in additionto and effort will be made to ,

:, who have been on the St., Lucie H. C. Keenan, Moore Haven and. providing a carnival for your prevent every recurrence of such cases. Oliver ......................104 99 I

II Lock construction at Stuart.In Mrs. Roberts, Immokalee. Other amusement and as a money-making Bass ........................ ,129 127 ;

..... .......... 714
addition to these five men, Clewiston representatives were Mrs.J. scheme for themselves, are work-: Bernice O'Neal Is Total. 649 637 ;

George Augur, associate engineerwho I J. Graham, Mrs.'J. H. Doty, Mrs. I ing each year to build this festival I Affiliated ;

has been assistant on the east H. R. Hall and Mrs. F. A. Hanna. into a civic undertaking of which I Rosenberg ................110 133 119

we all be proud. This New Beauty Operator Knight ..............-....119 105 132
I shore enlargement work, has been may year
will the beginnings of a Lovvorn ..............-.-. 83 133
I transferred to the Jacksonville District Bean Picking BegunAt you see
I real fair. Come and -' Swayne ....................153 81
office for an indefinite period. community
.. FarmOne take time to see the exhibits, and Miss Bernice O'Neal has been Weaver .................... .92 135 112

Beardsley plan how YOU can help with them employed by the Clewiston Inn Owen ........................ 138 134

: County Board Gives next Beauty Shop as beautician, and Total ....................558 592 630
year. from
moved to Clewiston this week
of the largest acreages of The 'other thing, of which we all her home in West Palm Beach. .r ,:
Xmas Tree FundsThe Tuesday Dec., ,3i'd.
string beans in the Clewiston farm- need to be reminded, is the shar- Miss O'Neal is a Clewiston girl,

ing area is now being picked by J. ing of our Christmas joys with the having graduated from the Clew Kiwanis

board of county commis- E. Beardsley and W. S. Bowdon at less fortunate. While business iston High School in 1938. Since Ezelle ......................116 150

sioners Tuesday voted donationsfor the Beardsley Farm, more than a everywhere is anticipating the big- that time she has been living in Tippey ......................165 156 .113

hundred acres. gest in- several thosein Miner ......................128 118
community Christmas tree season years West Palm Beach. During the
Between five and six cars were 'need forward to Markette ..................131 175 229
celebrations which are annual are looking a past two she has taken a
taken off the fields during the past scantier It have years Wilcox .....................:148 144 172
events in several sections of Hendry holiday. seems we course at Ray's Beauty School in
county. week about half of which are Ten- been so occupied with the war, the Orlando, and recently finished the 'Doke ........................ 95

dergreen and the other half String- election that I Lawrence ................ 146
LaBelle includes and other things we complete course In beauty culture.
received $60 which less Blacks. At the present time have frenzied Christ- Total _...................688 716 782
the Denaud settlement, Clew put all our Both Miss Hazel Prince, senior
iston $50 and Felda Funds I the market price on the Blacks is mas thought on ourselves and our beautician, and Miss O'Neal have U. S. S. Corp. Office

: $40. slightly higher than on the Tender- families friends."Daddy" of Bell ..........................185 130 90
7 turned and been trained in every phase
to the Parent-
were over green. Prices are said to be I Von Mach ......-........160 172
Teachers rang beauty parlor work, permanent
Association in each of of the Children'sHome
ing from $1.00 to $1.50 a hamper I Fagg i Crochet .................... 93 133
the three districts.At which is without waving, hair-dressing, complexioncare
with a tendency toward a slightly Society, manicuring etc.Iiss' Prince Wilson ..........-........134 109'

.1' LaBelle, the Christmas tree better gain. Sixty-five acres more question Florida's most. worthy Orlando Ward .......................105 129 188

will follow presentation of the of beans are being planted on the charity, says that this year the response returned yesterday from attending Bigg ........................ 131 104
appeals'for where she spent three days -
operetta, "The Lost Doll", Friday farm for January picking. to Christmas Shelley...................... 66
night, December 20, in elementary funds for the home have been des- the state meeting. cos- Total ....................677 565 687 I
school auditorium. The tree wll perately small. They do not even metologists.
I U. S. Engineers

be placed on the grounds and New District Engineer see. their way clear to providing one I Smith ......................157 142 174 I II i

Ij distribution of gifts will be made small toy for each of their children.In Article Discussed At I Miller ......................133 128 :, 142

under the direction of the. P-TA. To Visit Clewiston past years by this time in De- Kraemer .................155 195 158

These will consist of a toy or cember the Society has received a Kiwanis Meeting Curry ......................115 161 ,I
book, candy and fruit, and will be much more generous donation of (Continued on Page 8) ,
\ given to children of pre-school age Col. W. C. Weeks, who was call- foods, clothing, money, and toys.It -----

and. up to 14 years. ed out of retirement to assume the i seems strange that, if we are to The Kiwanis Club, at the Wed-

"L position of district U. S. Engineerof I have our biggest Christmas in sev- nesday night meeting, discussed an Ladies Aid Bazaar :

MILLER'S ,TAX REPORT the Jacksonville district succeed- eral years, the poor cannot also article from the current Kiwanis I

ing Col. Lewis H. Watkins who was have a bigger Christmas than usual. meeting on "Youth" which was Being Held Today

recently called for active military Instead, it seems they are to havea wiitten by Roe Fulkerson, Holly- !

County Tax Collector R. N. :Miller I service, will make his first inspec- smaller Christmas; That isn'tright wood (Florida) Kiwanian. ;

,I said Wednesday that he 'had within tion trip of the Okeechobee-Caloo- and let's do our part to avoidit. The article, which was most The Ladies Aid Bazaar, annual i,

I, the last few days released $13- sahatchee project tomorrow. I timely-and evoked much discussionfor pre-Christmas event, sponsored by I

: .1 240 to the school board and $12,500 Col. Weeks will probably be ac- If each of us will send half of and against, was read by Miss the Community Church Ladies Aid

I to the county commissioners.' companied by Carawan Nelson, the amount we spend for Christ- Marion Leydig. Society, is being held in the Ad-

,: I Miller said that represented real senior engineer in charge of the mas cards alone to the Children's Following the meeting the direc- ministration Building today. I

I and personal property tax collections Clewiston sub-office, and Mr. Nel home Society we would provide tors! met and passed on the candidacy Hand-made articles, suitable for ;

4 made during the u mouth.... of son's assistant, Associate! Engineer holiday cheer for these hocielegs of two peal members. for the I Christmas gifts, and cooked foods' I
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SAFETY FIRSTChristmas ?.4'
Auctioneer Had No Trou'61Obtaining *

/ Merry Also FamousAs a Higher Bid ;....

r f % Year's No. 1 Danger SeasonIi At an auction sale, the business,
was interrupted by a whispered] I
r I Pr E ArbN j conversation between the auctions
eer and one of the prospective!
IWNV S.rnc. you want a truly merry Christmas be bidders. At the conclusion the{
sure that the frivolity of the season doesn'tturn SORQ/ Ol0 MAN, /
ceremonies announced!
Washington, D. C.
The New York Scene: it into tragedy The National Safety i YOUiLNAVeTnWAIT
Faces About Town: The F.D.R. Council points out that the Holidays are TILL VE U. S. COULD TIP BALANCEThe "A gentleman present tells me!
Jrs. practically necking at a ringside the most dangerous part of the year, replete CHAISE THE 6UARP diplomatic reports which that since proceedings started in!!
table (next to this colyum's) with auto casualties, home accidents, s President Roosevelt now has on his this room he has lost a wallet;;
the other night just when several burns and falls. Keep these "don'ts" in desk all indicate that the war has 'containing the sum of five hundred;
newspaper men phoned him to check mind and you'll live to see the new year: reached the most crucial point in its dollars. He hereby offers a reward:
this "reliable" tip: "We,hear your DON'T give children dangerous variegated history, and that adroit, of fifty dollars to anyone for its'
wife is in a plane bound for Reno" toys, or toys with sharp points. If even strong-arm diplomacy by the return."
Count Vincent Orssich talking they operate with electricity, be sure United States might tip the balanceto There was a short period of silence -
tactlessly for an alien Prettiestof you supervise their use. a British victory. then one of the members of)
the Texas skyscrapersturningevery DON'T decorate the tree with How this may be done is now the the crowd nodded his head to the); --
neck at the Stork club-lovely lighted candles unless it's absolutely most vital question before the White auctioneer and announced: "I bid
Mary Dowell, of Fort Worth unavoidable. Carefully wired elec- House and state department.One sixty."
Tommy Manville growing old grace- tric bulbs are much safer. possibility was to woo Rus-
fully. He can dance only one cho- DON'T place the tree near a stoveor sia, keep her out of the Axis. This
rus, and then retreats back to his fireplace. was the chief reason for the Ou-
coca cola and ringside table DON'T leave a lighted tree un- mansky-Sumner Welles conversations -
Charlie Chaplin being greeted affectionately guarded at any time; you must be They have partially failed, r' 's
wherever he goes. on the lookout for fires. due to the fact that all the United
DON'T use a rickety, unsafe lad- States can offer Russia is machine

Sallies in Our Alley: George Jean der in decorating the tree. cording to the United States forestry tools and gasoline, while Adolf Hit- l!
Nathan, the critic, was asked his DON'T place Christmas candles service, you can do it this way: ler can make an offer of 'India, yi
opinion of a young, newcomer play- near the tree, curtains, paper Divide the weight of your tree by Persia, Afghanistan.
-- wright. "The best thing I can say wreaths or other decorations. four and buy that many pounds of Another possibility was to stiffenU.
about his writing," Nathan'd George"is DON'T overlook the opportunity to ammonium sulphate. Dissolve it in S. policy against Japan, perhapsby
that it is legible" Wilkie make your tree fire-resistant. Ac- water, one and a half pints to each sending ships to Singapore, thus
Mahoney, the scripter, says that for pound of ammonium sulphate. Cut taking over the British burden of policing -
every genius in Hollywood there's a h101NER WHATS the end of your tree trunk on a the South Pacific. This ,would
rotten movie on Broadway A ,,roNG WiT rl diagonal, put some solution in a jar have devastating repercussions upon
drunk displaying a gigantic Willkie DADDY ? and stick the diagonal butt into the the Axis, but Roosevelt considers it mTTr
button was yelling: "I won with solution. Add solution as the tree ,risky, so it is being held in abey- y l'a
Willkie! I won with Willkie!" in 6 drinks it up. ance.
front of the Rivoli theater. One of r DON'T be excessive about Christ- Third possibility, and the one actively t tD
the stem's gamblers asked him: mas "spirits." under discussion inside the'state l
department now, is to bolster ,
"Whaddaya mean you won with DON'T leave toys exposed_,where the French /4
forces in North 'F
\1\ Africa,
Willkie? He came in second! .
people can trip on help bring them in
on the side of %'
"So what? hiccoughed the stew, "I r
in the the British.
DON'T leave your tree
had him across the board!
house after it becomes dried out. This has tremendous possibilities. '
For at General Graziani is
DON'T and sidewalksto
allow steps
Memos of a Midnighter: They are
bogged down in Egypt, where Mus-
become in cold weather.
saying that Twentieth Century-Fox solini has been sending him per-
During Christmas you'll probably
stopped growing when Shirley Tem-
emptory orders,to' advance on Suez,
ple didn't Phyllis Ruth is have many guests; sprinkle salt or to which Graziani has replied that he SLOWERBURNINGCAMELS
Pretty-Face Shearer's successor in sand in dangerous spots.
will not advance until he has suffi
G. Raft's affections Marjorie DON'T drive carefully unless cient supplies. So should Grazianibe
Logan, filing from golf champ Chap- you want to live and enjoy 1941. attacked by the French from the
man, is the shadow of J. Carrott of
Tunis side, and by the British from
Greenwich The L. Carltons of the Egyptian side, it would mean GIVES YOU NOT't
the Post have a hew Blessed He- City of New Orleans certain defeat and probably the end
vent The Taft Bellmen's annual Christmas Week of Mussolini. 0 ONLY
affair will attract the Broadway Likes Its Fireworks Furthermore, it would probably
crowd. Satdee at the Park Palaceon Offers Chance to take Italy out of the war.
110th Doris Greb, one of In Christmas Season This is the main effort to ,which
the many omigoddesses in the Copa- Predict WeatherWeather American diplomacy is now direct
cabana girl division, is the reason ed. First step was a'plan to send
for the nightly attendance of Ho- Christmas without firecrackersjust prognosticators have General Pershing, old friend of Mar-
isn't Christmas down in New found means of forecasting mostof
racio Sanchez Alzagar. He isMacoco's shal Petain, as special ,ambassadorto
nevview and one of the Orleans the coming year's weather by France. To this end, the 80yearold -
:richest blokes in Argentina. "If anybody not got no firewo'khe cocking an eye at the sky during general underwent thorough T+ .
-:-- mighty po',"- say the Creoles,gay- Christmas week. You may not physical examination at Walter .L 8Y 44
ly. The more the fireworks, the believe them, but here are a few r
New Yorchids: The American Art- Reed hospital. But although anx-
ists Group's contribution to quicken better the Christmas on the lower of the varied-and confiicting- ious to undertake the mission, his
appreciation for contemporary art- side of Canal street. beliefs about Christmas weather: doctors forbade it. Unless he ignores s
While other. people are shootingoff If the sun shines through the
Yuletide cards. Merely wonderful the orders .of the physicians,
Twentieth Century's "Chad fireworks on July 4, New Orleans apple tree on Christmas day, which is not' likely, the Pershing
is sweltering there will be a good crop the
Hanna, a Nunnally ,Johnson delight mission is out.However .
Gloria Blake's thrilling trill- under intense following year. the chief problem, is to
ing at the Beachcomber. A 17-year- heat. Outside activities If ice will bear a man before influence not merely Petain; who
young lark '. Joey Adams' Loew's are. out of Christmas, it will not bear a already has veered away from the

units, the talk of the circuit the question. mouse afterward. Axis, but also Marshal Weygand.The .
The British Empire Circle's Grand With noisy July i' Thunder and lightning Christmas latter is now in North Africa,
Ball at Manhattan Center ,. "Big 4 festivities out of week means much snow in and the French troops in that area
White Fog" by talented colored the question, it the winter. would rise to his leadership over-
players at the Lincoln theater was easy to be- Wet causes more damage than night in any attack upon Italian
t, And the marriage of words and mu- gin celebrating Christmas, instead, frost before than after Christmas.'If Libya. BUT ALSO
sic in the ditty: "The Girl Who with the firing of skyrockets, Roman it snows Christmas night, the *
Took a Second Look at Me'" candles and firecrackers. Once started hop crop will be good next year. U. S. SHIPS TO DAKAR
there was no stopping it. At Christmas meadows green, Another plan which has been con-

. Broadway Smalltalk: An Austrian Shooting starts several weeks before at Easter covered with frost.If sidered in army and navy circles is
" baroness is to be evicted from a Christmas, and every night the windy Christmas day,, trees. for the United States to take cog-
midtown hostelry because her kind tumult increases. Parents consist- will bring much fruit. nizance of the part which Dakar 28%

, friend, an aging banker, refuses to ently caution their children to save Christmas wet gives empty might play in any attack upon South
h pay her rent any longer George the firecrackers until the twenty- granary and barrel.A America.
Davis, who was recently reported fifth, because they won't get any green Christmas makes a fat The Germans are now developing
::' proposing to Gypsy Rose Lee, has more. The boys and girls refuseto graveyard.A Dakar as a giant air base under
quit Harper's Bazaar '. The wise- believe this prophecy, but feel warm Christmas, a cold Eas the protection of the French fleet.
: guys will betcha that wheat will that Providence will not allow themto ter.A This is of vital concern to the United !LESS NICOTINE

"'. again be $1.50 in May, 1941 go crackerless.Even green Christmas, a white States, Brazil, Argentina and the .
.:: "Meet the People," the revue in the almost Easter. rest of South America. Therefore, than the of the
'; H'wood (it is a pet there) debuts penniless have, it has been suggested that the Unit- average
:'.. in New York December 25 in a Shu- firecrackers, but ed States instigate jointPanAmerican 4 other of the largest-
e::_ bert house .. Jerry Cooper thinks w the more wealthy representations, followed per-
: the authors of those three Hollywood 11 win the envy of Tropical Christmas on haps by a naval display off Dakar, selling cigarettes tes
: plays (which libel the movietown others with their the Islands in HawaiiI in order to persuade the French fleetto

people) should be written up them rockets. asking lot to divorce itself from Germany and I ted-less than any of
a people
;:. selves in a show entitled: "Beverly Enthusiasm is 1 neutralize Dakar. !
Heels" Park & Tilford, now not limited to the young boys, but its born in temperate latitudes to get This plan does not get much en-, them- according inde
', celebrating their centennial, pen- shared by the entire family. Boys steamed up about Christmas in the couragement from the White House
' sioned four vet workers with full and girls parade up and down the tropics. But to ,children born on and state department, where'' it is pendent scientific tests
' salary Allan Finn is now radio streets at night, making a racket islands in the middle of the Pacific, considered risky.
: ed of Newsweek French Vichy with tin trumpets and "instruments" Christmas is still-Christmas, writes of the smoke itself.
{ men are using U. S. society women they picked up on the way. They Armine von Tempski in Cosmopolitan. NEW CROP CURTAILMENT -

,: (whose friends leave by clipper) toT ring doorbells, then run away with Beginning December 1, the AAA .(r ,
carry their confidential messages to joyful laughter. The sky is lighted up ,On the outlying islands in Hawaii, Inaugurated the "Alabama plan,"
Vichy. To escape censoring and with rockets and firecrackers beata Christmas is carried in on horse- which marks a sharp turning in the
control at Bermuda. constant staccato. back, and the jingle of paniolos' policy of crop control. It is aimedto
t. The fun begins again the next spurs replaces the imagined tinkleof remedy what'has long been loose- e j
Manhattan Murals: The projec- morning, with greater enthusiasm Santa's merry sleigh bells. On ly described as "paying farmers for
:: tionist at Radio City Music Hall'listening than ever. Although a boy may Christmas eve some inner part of not growing something."
i. to Uncle Don on his portable have bankrupted himself the day me waits and listens all night for Henry Wallace and the AAA never
. radio while screening,"Escape" before, firecrackers have taken a the tramp of horses' hoofs, the ring- acknowledged that their programwas
t., The two Japanese with miniature great drop in price. He must havea ing of spurs, rich Hawaiian voices as negative as that, but the new
:. candid cameras slung over\ their new supply because they are "singing above resonant guitars and program sets out to eliminate all
shoulders. One took pictures (at cheap. gay ukuleles; for cowboy serenaders doubt.
" night!) -of a Fifth Avenue, shop in. Now the juveniles grow reckless. riding from ranch to ranch. Heretofore a farmer could earn
terior. Sunday eve'g about 6:45. Whole packages of firecrackers go Like cadenced meles, which put an benefit payments merely by abandoning -
:.:. Looked very comical The eatS off at one full everlasting spell upon you, memo- a certain acreage-that is,
ery on 116th and 7th which adver- blow; those who ries of Christmases spent on the by reducing the number of acres of
( tises: "Don't Eat Until I Open!" were firecracker sixty-thousand-acre 'cattle ranch my his major crop. But under the Alabama
;; boys yesterdayare \ father managed on the slopes of plan, he is required also to
;. Midtown Vignette: Jean Harrington skyrocket Haleakala, the extinct volcano on carry out certain soil building prac-
_ the post-deb, tiffed with the boys today. As the island of Maui, persist with un- tices, such as terracing, planting
r Stork management recently and night comes on, dying vividness. A fair number of erosion-resisting crops, and setting
(I;: ,' stayed away from the joynt for a the streets seem persons, representing different'aside an acre of permanent pasture.
,few weeks. She walked in again ablaze with explosives races making up the sum total of The plan, first adopted in Ala-
<:. Sunday midnight, waited for the and colored rockets. humanity, participated in them. bama, puts farmers on their met
" balloons to fall an hour later. She The second morning after Christ- Americans, Hawaiians, Japanese, tle. If they fail to perform, the
:: caught a lucky one containing a $100 mas the streets are strewn thick Chinese, Portuguese and their crossings benefit payments are withheld. In
" bill ,The following day she with burned pieces of fireworks";' :: assembled under our roof other words, the objective is shift-
gave a luncheon for several. friendsat but the air is clear. The acrid odor Christmas eve. Each group broughta ed, from acreage reduction to improvement These Advertisements
"21"! of fireworks is again replaced by flavor peculiarly its own to add to of the soil of American
the perfume of Christmas roses. the Birthday of all birthdays. farms. Give You Values


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I \ 8 ? L,. LUNDQU1ST. D. D. The Questions 6. What bird is an emblem of
I It Dean The Moody Bible Instituteof
i immortality?
1 I Chicago;
II I & (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 1. What bird is referred to in 7. What is the greatest depth under -

,' I : William Cullen Bryant's poem that water that has ever been

I ends: "Robert of Lincoln, come reached by a diver?
II Lesson for December 8
back again, chee, chee, chee"? The Answers
2. What did the United States

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- acquire by the Gadsden purchase? 1. The bobolink.
lected and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil
LI of Religious education; used by 3. Who was the youngest Presiden't 2. Part of Arizona and New

permission. ever inaugurated in the Unit- Mexico (south of the Gila river).

I.I I.If'I. A GOOD NEIGHBOR ed States? 3. Theodore Roosevelt at 42.
4. What history-making docu- 4. Magna Charta.

I LESSON TEXT-Luke 102537. ment was signed at Runnymede? 5. Java.

I II is iwamJwauRwiiw ,at.c aa :w:: wr3 s GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt love the 5. Where does most of the 6. The phoenix (mythological). -
I Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with
- world's supply of quinine come T.Dr.Wm. Beebe went down 3,028
I, FOR YOUR INBETWEEN HOLIDAY PARTIES all thy soul and with all thy mind; and thy
: (See Recipes Below) neighbor as thyself.-Luke 107. from? I feet in his bathysphere in 1934.

What shall I do? These words fall
Four-Poster Bed HEA5COLDS
from the lips or pass through the FOR

News minds of millions of men and women' For Santa to BringBy

each day.Never .

does the question go more
deeply than when it concerns man's RUTH WYETH SPEARS '
I eternal welfare it does in Just drops Pen- rush out ;
as our NOBODY[ knows better than I etro Nose Drops I Iwillinstantlystatt II
lesson. Always the question indi- many willing helpers I clogging miseries '" .
I cates that man is not able to decide good old Santa has. Hundreds of youonrhe"opennose" :

7 I for himself; and needs the guidance you have written me that you have ofeold way-stu ffed out -rush in Vitalizing :

of someone greater and wiser than made gifts from directions in this misery. healing air. .

r ) ., he. It should lead us back to God, column and in SEWING Books, 1, Remember,free

for only He can fully answer it. The 2, 3, 4, and 5. Book 6 is now readyI ing and easy takes breath-the kick out of head colds-

J good neighbor story of our Lord helps cut down the time these colds hangon. :'i,1
tells ,us So for extra, added freedom from '
and unexpected situations pudding mold. Cover tightly and i
Expected, '
CIGAR BOX4CLOTHES colds,,this winter-head off head colds'misery
I. What to Do to Have Eternal
the steam for 6 hours. Serve with hard .
too, ,during holiday PINS with genuine Penetro Nose Drops.
seasons. People'drop in just to wish sauce. Life (vv. 25-28). 4-SPOOLS .' I
I The student of the law SCRAPS TO '
lawyer (a
you a "Merry Christmas. Othersare Refrigerator Fruit Pudding. MAKE A PAD, ,'rl'; \ (r
of Moses and hence a theologian Liking One's Task
invited for some specified time. (Serves 8 to 10) PILLOW AMDBEDDING ;
The night before Christmas you may rather than an attorney) was posinga The secret of happiness is not :1

want to have a "trimming the % pound prunes "' question to try to entrap Jesus. in doing what one likes, but in lik- I

.. Christmas tree" party. 1-inch stick cinnamon He was apparently not much con- ing what one has to do.-Hubbard.There's I
' I the 6 whole cloves cerned about eternal life and as-
Whether you expect to be on % cup seeded raisins / sumed that it could be obtained by GLUE THECLOTHES .':; ,
entertainment committee for a fam- .+ PINS
V4 cup brown sugar doing something. We know' that : -
) ily reunion, or just a hostess for a 1 'pkg. lemon flavored gelatin THE BOX :"i"iYou're '
1 eternal life is a gift (John 1:12; Good Reason '
casual holiday gathering'it's a good THEN ENAMEL a
: % juice
cup orange Rom. 6:23): but if the man wantedto BLUEWHITEOR
idea to p t on your thinking cap
1 2.tablespoons lemon juicer !
I have it by doing, Jesus was readyto PINK Constipated
and plan easy-to-prepare mass
some dried figs (cut fine "
cup meet,him. In response to Jesus'
t ,
refreshments.Fruit'' cakes the 1/4 cup citron (cut fine) question (v. 26) the lawyer gave and as it goes into the mail I want with When you there's, the first something rule Is:'wrong get at

refrigerator are :% cup almonds (cut fine) Him what the Jews regarded as the you all'to know that I have a very the cause.If you are constipated,
perfect solution for chief cooks who Soak prunes in sufficient water to summary of the whole law. real feeling of friendship for you don't endure it first and"cure"
want to play the afterward.Find out what's giving .
role of leisurely cover, until soft. Add cinnamon and The man who can perfectly keep who find joy in making things with you the trouble. ',' I I

I hostess without cloves and simmer until prunes are that law will have eternal life, de- your hands. Your letters keep me Chances are it's simple If you

last 'minute culinary tender. Drain, and when cool, stone clares Jesus. But note that you posted about the things 'you wantto eat the super-refined foods most "j
I and chop prunes. Add 1 cup of the people do: meat, white bread,
know. old furni-
U nsibilii must do it, not just talk about it. Refurbishing
It's don't .
resp potatoes. likely you get .
i '.- ties. They are prune juice to raisins 'and brown And you must keep the whole law, ture, curtaining difficult windows, enough"bulk."And"bulk"doesn'tmean

11 : II practical, too, sugar and heat to boiling point. Dis- "for whosoever shall keep the whole new slip covers, rug and patch a lot of food. It's a kind of
solve gelatin in hot mixture and food that isn't consumed in the ;
from'the standpoint law, and yet stumble in one point, work designs, lamp shades, dress-
body, but leaves a soft "bulky"mass
blend and lemon
I of using left- Chill until in orange almost' thickened juices.then he is become guilty of, all" (James ing tables, smocking, gift and bazaar in the intestines and helpsa

!s over fruits that might be cluttering 2:10, R. V.; see also Gal. 3:10). We novelties-you have asked for bowel movement.
I up the refrigerator. These delicacies add chopped prunes and all remaining see thenII. these and they are in the new Book' If this is your trouble you
ingredients. Pour into one large should eat a natural "bulk" ,
j I always have a glamorous "par \Vbjr It Cannot Be Done by Manv. 6. It also contains a descriptionof pro
mold or individual molds and chip ducing food-such a one as the
ty" look andappeal to every sweet overnight. ( 29)). the other booklets in this series. crunchy, toasted readytoeatcereal
tooth; but best of 'all; they, can be The lawyer's.effort to justify'him- *' rAnd Kellogg's-All-Bran. Eat It
' I made in jig time in the morning, Left-Over Cake Dessert. self by diverting attention to the here Is something that'Is not In any often, drink plenty of" water,'and
'j (Serves 8) of these booklets. This tiny four.poster "Join the Regulars. All-Bran is
leaving the afternoons and early word "neighbor, which he felt
{' doll bed will be Just the thing for Santato made Kellogg's in Battle Creek.
evenings free for "fun." Vz cup butter needed definition- showed that he leave beside some one's big bed on If your condition is chronic, it is
Peach Refrigerator Cake. : n 1% cups sugar could not do the thing expected of Christmas Eve. After the cigar box, wise to consult a physician. j '
I 3 eggs him. The reason for man's failure spools and clothes pins are glued togetherand
I (Serves 8) A\\ enameled you will have a grand time
1% cups (1 can) sweetened con- iiA % CUp maraschino lies primarily in his own weaknessand making the bedding, pillow and coverlet.
densed milk cherries (cut inability to do what God requires Send order to:
Love Is Sight
:% lemon fine) but is also revealed in his
1 cup juice. % cup nut meats pitiable and futile efforts to justify MRS. RUTU WYETH SPEARS I Love is not blind. It is an extra
cup sliced peaches ,(well (broken) himself. Drawer 10 I'eye which shows us what is most
drained) a Vz crushed Bedford Hills New York worthy of regard.-J. M. Barrie.
2 egg whites (stiffly beaten) cup The one who seeing his sinfulnessand Enclose 10 cents for each book I
24 chocolate wafers (drained) pine. his utter inability to keep God's ordered. I

l' Blend sweetened condensed milk 1 tablespoon lemon apple.juice law casts himself on the Lord and Name ...............................
is ready to receive, the gift of eter-
and lemon juice thoroughly. Stir Left-over sponge or angel food cake Address .......................,..... ADVISES
nal life; but the one who tries to
until mixture thickens. Add
sliced (sliced
11 peaches, which have been well ) defend his position and justify him- YOUNG e
drained. Beat whites Cream butter, add sugar slowly self has shut the door on God's
and fold into mixture.egg Line until narrow stiff and beat well. Add beaten egg yolks grace and mercy (see Luke 18:9- Mason and Dixon's Line GIRLS-
and blend thoroughly then ENTERING
oblong with ; add 14). Let us see
I pan wax paper. Cover
i with fruit mixture. Add layer of cherries, nut meats, crushed pine- III. How Christ Does It for and Several miles of Mason and Dix- WOMANHOODThousands
apple and lemon Fold
juice. in
I wafers, alternating with the fruit beaten whites. stiffly in Man (vv. 30-37)). on's Line may still be seen near

mixture, finishing with a layer of egg The parable of the Good Samaritan Cumberland, Md.; a tea chest of young girls entering wom-
wafers. Chill in refrigerator 6 hours, Line a shallow pan with thinly answers fully and finally the left from the Boston Tea Party is Lydia anhood E.have Pinkham's found a Vegetable"real friend"Com-in

or longer. To serve, turn out on sliced left-over cake and top with a question, "Who is my neighbor?" preserved in the Royal House in pound to help them go "smiling thru"

I small platter and carefully remove layer of the filling; repeat until all by making it clear that anyone whois Medford, Mass. relieve restless cramps, moody headache nervous, backache spells, and and

wax paper. Cut in slices, and serve filling is used, ending with a layerof in need, regardless of race, social The gold nugget that started the embarrassing fainting spells due to female
Famous for
functional irregularities.
cake. Chill
e plain or with whipped cream. overnight. To serve, position, condition or religion, is our California gold rush is on exhibi- 60 years. WORTH TRYING
cut in slices and
top with whipped
The and the Levite
neighbor. priest
Gingerbread Waffles. tion in the U. S. National museumin
(Serves 6) cream. doubtless had plenty of excuses for
Washington; and the first can-
i molasses Graham Cracker Dessert. not helping the wounded man, but
cup Trouble
'non ball fired in the Civil war is in Prolonging:
% cup butter a (Serves 6) let us remember that excuses, while troubles doesn't
Courthouse square in Thomaston, Dwelling on helpto
1 teaspoon soda .s, 3 tablespoons butter they may count ,with men, mean I Ga.-Collier's. remove them.-B. C. Forbes.
t % cup sour milk t Vt cup sugar only our condemnation in the pres-

1 egg (beaten) 2 eggs ence of God.It .

I 2 cups cake flour % cup milk was the spirit of Christ that -

2 teasp. ginger 1% cups graham cracker crumb? made the Samaritan show a com- 1-:: : { Solid Sterling Silver Cross
% teaspoon salt (rolled fine) passionate and sacrificial interest {y,os.

Heat molassesand 2 teaspoons baking powder the needy man. Only Christ can ,, .., < ,: To,Make a Happier Christmas
butter to JA teaspoon salt make you and me like that.
1 vanilla '''{' Value found elsewhere of this
boiling point. Remove from fire and teaspoon extract But Christ not only enables man

beat in the soda. Add sour milk, Cream butter and add sugar grad- to be a good neighbor, He is in fact outstandingly low priceBe
beaten egg, and the flour which has ually, while beating constantly. Himself '
Sep- the true Good Neighbor ; He {r-: among the first to own this,valuable and
t.7 been sifted with the ginger and salt. arate eggs and add egg yolks which is the Good Samaritan. "Jerusalemis beautifully designed Solid Sterling Silver Cross

Mix well. BakaAn hot waffle iron. have been well-beaten. Combine the city of God; Jericho repre- { (not plated) with 18-inch rhodium-finish chain.Its ..
Serve with whipped cream and a graham cracker crumbs with the sents the world. The traveler is the hand-engravcd effect in floral design makes i)
dash of nutmeg. baking'powder and salt. Add this of Man has fallenin :
type humanity. you the envy of your friends and you can have
Plum Pudding. mixture alternately with the milk to the awful road which leads down ,
; % :Ys' '\>: :x' fa this outstanding value for only 25 cents and two
(Serves 6) the butter and sugar mixture. Add fallen among thieves and is naked, labels from delicious Van Camp Products.
/ cup milk vanilla extract. Beat egg whites wounded, helpless and hopeless. The
3'/fc cups soft bread crumbs and fold in carefully. Bake in two failure of the priest and the scribeto '
V-i pound suet (ground) well-greased layer-cake pans in a help illustrates the inability of ''fW >.a;; .'. Van (amps PORK and BEANS'VAH.tAiairs'1

% cup sugar moderately hot oven (375 degrees) the law and the ordinances to save '

2 eggs (separated) for approximately 25 minutes. Serveas man out of his deplorable condi- ; '

I %. cup seedless raisins a dessert, putting the two layers tion. The Good Samaritan is the

/ cup currants together and topping with whipped Lord Jesus Christ. He came to the Van'Camp's Inc

J/4 pound figs (cut fine) cream. place where the lost are and He Dept.W, Box No.144, New York, N.Y.
% cup citron (sliced thin) Refrigerator Fruit Cake. alone could have compassion f am enclosing 25 c.n> on
% teaspoon I Pltait tend m.lh..xquittl.Solid Sterling SilvorCrou(not pfa'edalillu'ro/ed. A
]/ nutmeg 2% cups graham cracker crumbs them. The wine typifies His pre- I
teaspoon '
:Vi teaspoon cloves cinnamon (rolled fine) cious blood He shed to save us. The NAME_ -

Va teaspoon % pound marshmallows (cut fine) oil is the type of the Holy Spirit, ADDRESSCITY I

3/i teaspoon salt mace V/z cups dates (cut fine) who applies the blood. He takes __ .
V: Vz cup nut meats (broken) care of fallen man found by Christ.
cup apple cider % cup thin cream The inn is typical of the church, STAT"I

i,I Scald milk and pour over bread V4 cup Maraschino cherries (cut where the Lord through His Spirit I
\ crumbs. Cool. Cream ground suet fine) cares for' His own. The two penceare i
I in warm bowl. Add Combine not of two sacraments YOUR i
I sugar, cream ingredients in order list- typical THE ADVERTISER INVITES
together thoroughly, and add well- ed. Mix well. Press firmly into a but speak of the reward which those The advertiser assures us that his goods

beaten egg yolks. Combine these tube pan lined with heavy wax pa1 1 receive who under the Holy Spirit COMPARISON are good.He invites us to compare them

two mixtures. Add cut fruits together per, buttered. Chill thoroughly in care for souls. The promised com- with others.We do. Should he relax for a minute Pond let his standards drop,

with spices and salt. Add refrigerator over night, or longer. ing 'againvith""a greater rexvdrd of- werdisc rn,it. We.tell otbers.WQ i 5M@,}?U7tfiflyii9Ploduct..Therefore he
cider. Lastly, fold in stiffly beaten Slice and serve with,whipped cream. fered is the second coming of our keeps up the high standard of his wares,and the prices as low as possible.I .

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The Clewiston News ing stated that ducks were getting hostess served pumpkin pie and TWO'S A CROWD bring in, and reassemble another
scarce. The story seemed plausible coffee to Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Before I
heard Miss Humble tell press, make the adjust-
judging from the number killed Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs..C. M. Allen, The danger of kiss.I .
Published every Friday In Clewiston, last week-end. I rode out back of Mrs. R. Clark, Mrs. Harry Phillips, had considered kissing you ments to put it in perfect working;

Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS, the mill Thursday morning to takea Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. R. C. Nowl- The nearest thing to bliss, order is another feat.If .

Inc. pot shot (that's the kind of ing, Mrs. M. C. Doke and Mrs. A. But now I know biologyI you find some of this Issue
shooting I do) at the left-ovurs. ,V.
sit and sigh and moan. rather sketchily clone, it is becausewe
BOWDEN", Editor But if hear that story just takeit -
Winnie Ayres Circle met at -Six million mad bacteria-
for granted that this particular are trying to conserve precious
Mrs. D. B. Allen's home. Their
I guest was in the wrong spot be- And I thought we were alone! moments ,that mount into hours.. If
Entered as second class mall program was the ,study of the
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in cause there seem to be more ducks book "How to Pray", Delicious all goes well, there will be ample
under the Act of WE JUST LOVEGlo'ia's
Clewiston, Florida than two weeks and
:March 3, 1897.Subllcrlptlon ago; more refreshments were served by the time before the press Is needed to
huners are bringing in their bag hostess to Mrs. E. M. Cornette,' Mrs.R. eyes.
print next week's but if
Laura's hair.
limit than when the first
now season J. Blount, Mrs. I. Sj Bell, Mrs.H. .
hitch is encountered these minuteswe
Bate $2.00 Per Ycnr. opened. The football boys' sweaters.Elbert's ,
C. Meador, Mrs. Fred Topper,
have hastened to save will be
Advertising Rates On Application. Quail shooting isn't bad either, Mis. Clayton Waters, Mrs. Alex dimples when" he smiles. valuable.Is .
though It is hard for the to The sound of the bell at 3:15.
dogs McGowan, Mrs. F. A. Hanna, Mrs.
Devoted to the advancement and.welfare scent the trails over much of the II. E. Walker, Mrs. W. G. Mathis, Tenth The Grade News.'
weather that
of Clewiston and Hendry County. unusually dry territory. Ten doctors Mis. A. R. Adams and Mrs. D. B. ; Your Subscription Paid
and their families had quail this Allen. Mrs. Bell and Mrs.: Allen lately.
week-having eight quail for .ach were hostesses. Betsy's best boy friend. -
after dividing the total game bagged The story of Silas Marner.
0-':":":":":":":": :":":":":":' The Tiger Rag.Jack's .
equally sharing the spoils
as they
did expenses. Travelling as a groupin technique.Ramblings O

Fishing QuibblesBy a chartered bus, as they have BIRTHDAY ON MONDAY : : !":

done each year for ten years, they -
Paul Howard Bowden whose
made Clewiston their headquarters
MARTIN "Bobo" TIMBERLAKE this year for a two days' hunt, and fifth birthday occurred Sunday celebrated TIIN
as they have excelled in their pro- with a party Monday after- (Continued from Page 1)

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. fession so they seem to excel in noon at the home of his parents, children Surely each family can I

enjoying a trip. "The, best trip' Mr. and Mrs. Keathley "Bowden. send one dollar in an envelope, or I

For years, even before my first I we have ever had" said Dr., R. Ice cream and cake were served one article of clothing, or one toy.

trip to Florida, I have been intrigued M. Harris. The other nine were and rubber balls given as favors to ,It isn't much to us, but the total

by stories of the Big Cy Doctors Thbs. O. Otto, Albert the little guests, who were Ronald would be a great and glorious ,

press. So I jumped at the invita- Wallace, Walter T. Hotchkiss, G. Hare, John Perry, Jimmy Knight, thing for the children.

tion of Mr. Miner to accompanyhim Panettiere, Clay Sway, James Arm- Howard Smith, Gene Beery, Denny I And don't forget that we can

on a hunting trip when the strong, Francis E. Benamin, W. Childress, Benny Prewitt, Wayne provide for those less fortunate

season opened. Included in the Duncan Owen and J. J. Henley, of King, Sharon Crochet, Bettye Carol who are nearby. Our Christmaswill
party were Fred Dunaway, whose of Miami. Flaniken, Carolyn Thomas, Sue be
happier because we have
16 years residence in Felda has Cornette, Evelyn Dodge and Sue COME
shared it with others.
taught him every acre; "Goof" THAT FUNNY ,LITTLE HAT Settle, of Moore Haven. NOWwxJLET
Bowyer of Moore Haven, Morris
The work of printing the Clewistotf US explain OURhomeEinandng
Waldron; Buster, Charlie's deer By TOMMY MURRAY
News is being reduced muchas
dog, and Sed, Morris' bird. dog.It The first time I saw you You : possible this
'cbool eW5 > week in order to
was definitely an escape from were wearing that funny little hat.I clear the' print-shop.. As soon as .without obligation to you

civilization, over a vast uninhabited can't forget that or your eyes I the last page of this issue. is printed rI -
plain dotted here and there ; that looked at me in cool surprise. CARD PARTY workmen will begin removal of No red tope-08 loon

by wooded territories with the That was because you saw me The children's card party, spon- I the newspaper press, and will applications ore

cypress looking down on the pop stare. Honest Honey, I couldn't sored by the Clewiston School Gar- make ready for the installation of cleared quickly, money

ash and other smaller trees, and help that I was just lookingat den Clubs, for the benefit of the I a new press, just purchased. It Is released prompHy.Clewiston .

scattered hammocks comprised your hair and at that funny school library, was a great success. is hoped that this work may be

chiefly of palm and water oaks little hat. And you were dressedIn Sale of tickets and donations, was completed during the weekend.A Federal

and thick underbrush. Fifteen red Let me think Maybeit $60, The refreshments and. prizes
miles further and you see what was blue. (It could have been were donated by the members and newspaper press is a big and
bunglesome thing at best. To and Loan.Association
seems to be identically the same pink). But anyway it looked good parents. We wish to thank those Savings .
juggle one from its position on the
territory but to the experiencedeyes I on you. The first time I saw youI who so generously helped; also
floor, through the doors onto
of Fred and Charlie who pointed knew I had never lived before.A Messers. Bishop and Wilson for a
truck is quite feat. Then to
out landmarks, was Devil's Gar- new life was before me It lumber donated for tables and a '.
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den, Crow's Nest, Little Cypress, was like the closing and openingof magazine racks.-Mrs. J. Vaughn,

Shaggy Cypress and other heavily a door. And now sometimes Librarian.
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through pasture lands, and then gotten that. But-pink or red or conducted the drawing for the o

about eight miles with not even a blue, I would never have loved you radio at the Thanksgiving game. I

trail, we ,finally bogged down with if it hadn't been for That The 6 tube portable Zenith radio FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKEAT \

both trucks and there made campin FUNNY LITTLE HAT. was won by W. D. King. The

the nearest hammock,, Just, as the chapter, made a profit of $48, which
sun was setting. AIRS. JOSEPHINE KNIGHT will be used to buy banners, etc.
HOSTESS AT EVENING BRIDGE for the chapter. Prizes were givento
The little sleep we got was preci-

ous and after a cup of boiled coffee the boys who sold the most FREE GAME--With each gent's score of 200 or better
(which you would: 'scorn at home- Mrs. C. E. Miner, whose birth- chances-first prize to Jimmie i

but tasted grand there) we headed day occurred Sunday and Miss Ruth I Davis; second to Leroy Huff, and Ladies' 150 or better and in cluck pins a score of 100 or better "

for the big timber at daylight. Backat Knight, whose birthday occurred third to Philip McLeod and Lynwood -I f

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vantage for the visioned big buckto the honorees with a shower of A XX.. Af

break out of the hammock as remembrances and gifts. High prizeat + Ay

the dogs seemed to be on a hot bridge was won by Mrs. J, W. :;:::: :!:::

trail; but when it did made a dash Francis, second by Mrs. John El- y:! ENJOY AN yy

it was a wildcat instead and a hugeone. more and low by Mrs. H. A. Ay's" .:.'f'zs
It got away but probablyjust Bestor. : :: :,. ::::!:

as well, as it may thrill some Fruit and coffee were served to .... '
other hunting party. Regretfullywe Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. Harry 's"_' ALL ELECTRIC .; :ij'

broke camp and headed for Knight, Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. :::: )':': :/ ::::

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16 pound turkey for Second Thanks- Owen, Mrs. G. H. Yon, Miss Vir- :' .: ,.::{ '..', !". ..,:.: ,'" .. c';' +:::
giving. E. L. "Dead-Eye" Stewart ginia Jordan, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, :h::: ( / :f:.:.

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"Red" Edgerton of Atlanta carriedone +.s..s.:+: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of .t h e. +:::

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Miss Virginia Saxon of Moore Mr. and Mrs. TV. F, Simpson left SIRS. DURRANCE HONORED FOIl SALE--One house trailer,
Haven spent the week-end here Saturday for Messena, N. Y., where WITH SHOWER FRIDAY
1,11 with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence. Mr. Simpson was transferred to the complete. Can be seen at Gulf

r Personals ] U. S. Engineer Office. Mr. and Mis. Fay Dunence was honoree Service Station. J. L. Cooper.
Mrs. have
Mrs. J. J. Graham spent a few Simpson been residents at a stork ...shower given by Mrs.B. .
of the for nine
section years, since
days this week in Jacksonville with .
J. Schroeder, Mrs. G. E. Ether- L Rfl.
the beginning of the government COUSE
her daughter, Miss Edith, and her
I ton, Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr. of Clew
levee Mrs.
Simpson is
Brown of Orlando was a .
I i Ralph son, Jesse Graham.Dr. Counselor and
visitor in Clewiston last week-end. past president of the Ladies Aid iston and Mrs. R. J. Lee of Moore Attorney at Law

and Mrs. John P.- Higgins I and of the Garden Club. Haven, at the home of Mrs. C. H. Hopkins Building

Mrs. John Elmore is spending a have as their guest, Dr. Higgins' Berner Friday evening. Wednesdays and Saturdays

,I' few days in Miami this week. mother, Mrs. D. C. Higgins, of BRIDGE CLUBS mET Bridge games were enjoyed during D: 10. to 4:00

Miami. the evening. Mrs. E. C. Mills
.. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence were Mrs. "W. H. Lanier was hostess at won a bracelet as high prize, Mrs.

I week-end visitors in Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs., L. J. Pape and the evening bridge club.. meeting at Harry Knight a clip as second prize

grand-daughters, Shirley and Judy" her home on Wednesday this week.A and ,Mrs. Malley Palmer a costume Johnson's. Fish Camp

I ?Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hicks were spent Thanksgiving Day with relatives pair of hurricane lamps were pin as cut prize. Tallies and party
week-end visitors in Tampa. in Moore Haven. awarded to Mrs. Blanche Turner appointments were in autumn (Near Hurricane Gate)
It as high prize, and a quilted card- colors.
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table to Mrs. R. C.
il Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez Enoch Sterling of Thomasville, second cover prize. In the dining room a large coru- Boats and l\lotors-Guide Service
spent Wednesday in Fort Myers. Ga., has recently moved to Clewis as cupoia held a profusion of pretty I Rates Reasonable *
ton and is employed by the sugar Mrs. Lanier served sandwiches I and useful gifts for the honoree.At .
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corporation.Louis : and coffee to Mrs. 'Turner, Mrs. the refreshment hour, individual' W. H. Johnson, JIgr.
Mrs. A. H. King and Mrs. Fred Wilson, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. apple pies and coffee were served.
Topper were visitors in Moore Harry Turner, Mrs. Alston
Roy ,
Leiter, who is attending Guests
included Mrs. Durrence;!,
Haven Monday afternoon. I Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. R. C. Nowling
Massey\ Business College in Jack Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. M. M. Pre-

sonville, spent Thanksgiving week and Miss Mae, Palmer. witt, Mrs. V. C. .Woodward, Mrs.E. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
,Mrs. W. D. King was a business end here with relatives and friend:: C. Mills, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
visitor inVest Palm Beach Tues
1 1Mrs. I ------ Mrs. W. F. Nail, entertaining her Mrs. John Elmore, Mrs. C. E. Miner,
Maps Estimates
day. Mrs. L. F. Davis of Canal Point bridge club Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mis. W. F. I .

and her sister, Mrs. A. B. Cheatham, awarded a waffle set as'first prize Nail, Mrs. Blanche Turner, 1Irs.A.. JOHN H. DOTY
N. V. S. Mumford and Mrs. Mr. Cheatham and their son, to Mrs G. E. Etherton, a recipe C. Carlton, Mrs. G. E. Crow, Mrs. Engineering Consultant

" .' F. D. Duff were visitors in Miami Robert, of Gainesville, were visit file as second prize to Mrs. Jimmy Jimmy Wilson, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
the first of the week. ing in Clewis ton Monday.Mrs. Wilson and a box of handkerchiefs Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. Malley
.-- as travelling prize to Mrs. G. E. Palmer, Mrs. H. R. Knight, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith and sons Will Journigan and son, Crow. A.V.. Lawrence and Mrs. Berner.
have moved from Belle Glade to Billy, Mrs. D. C. Thompson and
Sandwiches .
and tea were served
Shawnee Farms, _near Clewiston.Mr. Mrs. S. A. Nail of Canal Point
at the close of play to Mrs. A. C. Glasses! Scientifically Broken: Lenses CLEWISTON
were in Clewiston Saturday and f '
I Carlton, Mrs. V. C. ,Woodward, Mrs. Fitted and Repaired Duplicated TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were Sunday.
Harry Knight, Mrs. Fay Durrence, ,
and Mrs.
guests of Mr. Guy Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
Mrs. Crow, Mrs. Jimmy Wilson and
in Fort Myers Thanksgiving Day. Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Meador were Mrs. Etherton. Optometrist Prompt, Efficient Service
I'll lOS :5 Collier Arcade
---- called to Tampa Thanksgiving Day
'Mrs. B. H. Cuttino. Mrs. C. J. by illness in Mrs. Meador's family.Rev. Fort Myers. Florida PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.

Neilson and ,Mrs. Earl Smith spent Meador returned Saturday and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle used Christ Successor to K. H. Oakley

1 J, I Monday in Fort Myers. his wife remained there with her mas decorations for her party Wednesday

family.C. afternoon when the bridge : : : : : : : : : : :.; : : : : : :M:+:+:+: :......x : : :
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Keenan and club met at her home. Pottery r. : !

\ daughter, Virginia, of Moore Haven T. Hurst visited Mrs. Hurst, flower containers were won by Mrs. I GIFT BOXES OF | I

were Sunday visitors in Clewiston. who is still quite ill at the Good W. H. Lanier, who held high score, :: I.i::
Samaritan hospital in West Palm and Mrs. L. C. Miller, who mm the : (GITRUS FRUITS ;
1 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley Beach, several times this week. He cut prize. *

and,their sons were visitors Friday reports that his wife's condition is Date pudding and coffee were y' A
in West Palm Beach. improving. served by the hostess to Mrs. ?i:, Send a Box of Florida Sunshine :<:

George Augur, Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. v X
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dodge have Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davis, parents Miller, Mrs. Dave' ..Alston, Mrs. .{. We pack and ship Fancy Xnias. gift boxes. Also We have a big .j..j.t ;
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as their guest, Mrs. Dodge's brother-,. of W. A. Davis, have returned Keathley Bowden, Mrs. H. R. Hall, .t. Supply of X mas Trees. -:

Robert Lines, of Savannah. to their former home in Offer- Mrs. G. B.! Thomas and Mrs. R. .. .:.
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man, Ga. They have resided at N. Smith. : S ee
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson is spending the barracks for the past few ;-
several days in Jacksonville this seasons. :;: MR. AND MRS. TOULIS :|;:

week. LOST Vacuum tube Life-Time T

Mrs. Frank Mueller and children Schaeffer fountain pen. Return to :t: SaRniuore Stiect ,Clewiston, Fla. *!: .

Mrs. Max Meluh and Mrs. Bessie of Franklin, La., have ar_ .................................................................... '
A. W. Sins, Postmaster. .:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:.:..: :.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
Elliott were visitors Tuesday in rived to join Mr. Mueller, who is
\ I West Palm Beach. employed at the sugar house. The

family have moved into the home
I Mrs. H. J. Roath is ill N'in the recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs.
I Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort Harry Vaughn.
I Myers.

-.-- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McLendon
T. M. Lykes, prominent Tampa had as their guests ThanksgiVing

business man, was a visitor. in Captain and Mrs. T. P. Forbes,
Clewiston Thursday. Mrs. Leo Wheeler and Joe Brown

of West Palm Beach." Mrs. Forbes,
Mrs. J. C. Matthews and children who is Mrs. McLendon's mother,

of Fort Pierce spent Thanksgiving remained until Wednesday with
here with her sister, Mrs. her daughter.
H. J. Oglesby and family.
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C. J. Brown in South Bay.

Mrs Rex Alman, of Gulf )ort,
Miss.,. is visiting her brother, R.. L.
I Apartments.Coker, jr., at the Clewiston Inn

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BECAUSE now with RUMFORD her eok.,. nev.r
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight are contain no alum,can't leave a bitter toile. Send
moving into the Shelley apartment, for FREE recipe book. Addreui Rumford Baking
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his rifle and his ammunition was row and high that he could see only

something to disturb him. He tossedall the face itself. Bowie, sitting on
night and could console himself' the bunk, studied keenly the eyes HOUSEHOLD
only by thinking that in the, morn- that studied him. For a long mo- .o!'
ing he would easily satisfy the com- ment there came a calm voice from QUESTIONSIf
andante that his 'arrest was owingto the barred window.
the drunken of the
"My son: I am a padre. May I
guard. speak a moment with you?" a teaspoon of molasses or
After much palaver the next Bowie was annoyed but prudent. brown sugar is added to griddle
morning he was brought before an "Certainly, Padre." cake batter, the cakes will brown
underling of the and subjected i
governor He more easily.
stepped to the cell door. "Whatcan
to a grilling that astonishedhim. I do for you?" he asked in *
His own simple tale of who courteous To keep candles firm in candle
manner, though inwardly
THE he was and what he was doing in resentful. sticks, melt paraffin, pbur it into
CARMEN RANCHO San Diego was brushed aside as of '
"The guard will be here presently the sockets, and while it is still
no value, and he was questioned
set the candles
OF closely as to what his relations were continued the padre. "He .will in.
open the door." *
with the
faction that Governor Pico
of the department feared was plan- "That is not necessary, Padre. Partly cook .cereal in a double
By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Service ning an attack on him personally. We can talk here face to face quite boiler the night before using and

CHAPTER XIContinued12 ploy of Sutter. These men were After hours of examination which as well." leave it on the back of the stove,

tractable and were expert with the naturally developed nothing Bowie "Not quite so well, my son. I being sure to cover well with wa-
"I knowed that scout when he was bow and the gun. Even Bowie, who was remanded to the guardhouse. would rather sit down with you a ter. It will be well cooked in theorning.

a little shaver-everybody in Texas was placed in sole charge of these There he fretted and fumed day few moments" that we may speak .

knows the Bowies," said Carson. hunters, was often amazed at their after day until his resentment wore undisturbed.
"My brother Mose and this boy grew skill. No less a source of amaze- itself dumb. He was summoned at "Padre mio," said Bowie firmly

op together. Hates Injuns and greasers ment to him, although he had last before the governor himself. "I am at my devotions; please leave For

like pizen. If you can get him thought himself familiar with the This, the prisoner felt sure, wouldbe me in peace." I have but a few hoursto

to trail South with us, he's worth a country, was limitless. wealth in the end of it. live.
troop o' cavalry-knows the coun- game and fur-bearing animals. Elk Such was not the case. Pico borea "That is why I wish to speak, R1p

try, the folks, well liked and fights supplied tallow worth more com- name that inspired all who sought with you, my son. You were at (
like a wildcat." mercially than that of cattle. Deer justice at his hands with forebod- your devotions. That is well. Are '

"Hold him," growled Fremont. were a pest, and bears were. huntedfor ing. But.the Texan knew nothing of you a Catholic?" \ ,1

'I'll get him." their heavy pelage. the mentality that characterized this Bowie was stumped.. "I-well,
Outside, when Carson rejoined The rivers and the tule beds leader of the mission spoilers. not exactly, Padre. You see ."

Bowie, the talk went on. Carson swarmed with beavers and lend ot Again Bowie told his story; it fell Footsteps were heard outside.
talked eloquently of the importanceof ter. The quantities of skins broughtin on deaf ears. The strange revolver "Here comes the guard," said the

Fremont's campaign to Califor- by the Indians astonished Sutter taken from him was not merely evidence padre, turning to look. "Let him

nia and its people and of the deter-' himself, and with every shipment but proof,conclusive in Pico's open the door just a moment, my due
mination of every man in his ranksto down the river he deposited with judgment that Bowie was a spy. son. I promise will not annoy to Constipation/
fight to the death against any Nathan Spear, his factor at Yerba 'you." Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable

attempt of England to take posses- Buena, a sum of money for Bowie's After locking the cell door, the Laxative Powder -an Intestinal
sion of this prize of the Pacific coast. credit. For to Bowie, Sutter ascribedthe guard had gone, leaving the two tonic-laxative-actually, tones lazy
rt bowel
muscles. It relieve
unlooked-for increase in the returns .
He promised fat pay. men in Bowie's narrow quarters. that sluggish feeling 15 doses for
from his Indian
Bowie smiled. "Kit, do you mean contingent. "My leg is not very good. You only 10 cents Large family size 25
the kind of promises to pay he gives The lively frontier atmosphere at notice my limp," said the padre. cents. At all druggists.
Californians every time he steals the fort-the daily excitement owingto "May I sit down?"

their horses and cattle?" the constant succession of stran-. Motioning his unbidden guest to I 1
wanderers and travelers
"Steals?" echoed Carson indig- gers, arriving the one three-legged stool and seat-
singly and in in
nantly. "What do you mean?" groups, large ing himself on his bunk, Bowie
and small companies with amazing
what honest call it. hoped the
"That's men padre's searching eyes
stories of hardship, adventure, con-
He took three hundred head of flict would detect nothing of the loose Healing Time
discovery, treachery, starva-
horses a few weeks ago from the tion, stark tragedy and even canni- earth piled underneath it. Yet to Time has laid his hand upon my

Guadalupe Rancho. Nat Spear says balism served to keep Bowie's the uneasy prisoner it seemed almost heart gently, not smiting it; but
the paper he gave Don Ramon ain't mind busy with interest in the too much to hope. His indus- as a harper lays his open palm

worth the ink on it. I heard all strange frontier characters he en- try had made noticeable progress. upon his harp, to deaden its vibrations.

about it at Yerba Buena last week." countered and in their strange talesof "They tell me, my son, that you .-Longfellow.

"To the devil with Nat Spear. I deserts, mountains, valleys, rivers 1 are a spy," began the, padre casu-
know he pays us boys and pays us ally."
snow and ice.
well. And no soldiering, no camp All their stories had a common "So they tell me," returned Bowie, Beware Coughs
work, Henry. We're scouts" and soldier feature-their deserts were vast, slightly acid in his tone

boys wait on us. their mountains towering, their val- 1"Maybe "I ask, is it true?" continued his from common colds
Bowie listened with simulated pa- leys like paradises, their rivers questioner."It .

tience; yet his tempter seemed to swift, treacherous and mad to de I is not," answered Bowie blunt- That Hang On
feel he was holding something back. stroy. Some told of trees so greatof ly. "I have had no trial; not a shredof

Finally Bowie spoke. "That all girth and so tall that no listener evidence lies against me. The Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
sounds fine, Kit. But I'd like to ask could believe his ears; others of truth is, Padre mio, your governor it goes right to the seat of the
you just one thing before I say more. mysterious valleys where boiling wants'' for himself a new and unusual trouble to help loosen and, expel
germ laden phlegm and aid nature
Why did shoot the. unarmedDe
you water gushed hundreds of feet into firearm-it is called a revolver to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -
Haro boys when they were cross- the air and ice froze on the edgesof -that his men took from me. And bronchial mucous mem-
ing the river.. to visit your. camp?" their pools. he is putting me out of the way to branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
The blunt question took Carson bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
But.even marvels lose their thrill. get a clear title to it..
aback. He seemed to color even did Kit but I'd you must like the way it
Even the adventure of the chase be- you ,
"Do not, my son, say .'your gov- quickly allays the cough or you are
under the bronze of his fine fea- comes commonplace when at last never think it of you. ernor.' I am not an officer of the to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
tures. The two men were sitting routine. For nearly two Bowie Mexican I
years government. am a Span-
frontier-fashion astride fallen His protestations availed him noth-
a log. made an active part of the enter- iard. My sole earthly quest in Cali-
Bowie was looking straight into Carson's prise of Captain Sutter. Still, some- ing.At fornia is the salvation of souls. You for Coughs: ,Chest Colds, Bronchitis
three o'clock he was notified
eyes."Henry thing suppressed but gnawing at may be a spy-though I do not be-
,' ,did you hear about that his feelings urged him to seek new that he would be shot ,as a spy next lieve it, for the whole story has Welcome Beauty
too? Darned sorry it happened, but scenes, new excitement to deadena morning. Bowie took the message, been told be twen-
me-or you may Beauty is God's handwriting .
silent and hard featured from the
in box. The old man'sorders ,
we was a
vague sense of loneliness. Whenhe times that matters noth-
guard who brought it. But with his ty a spy; welcome it in every fair face, every -
was to take no prisoners.
told Captain Sutter he leav- But since
was ing to
me. you are con- fair sky fair flower.-
wits high by the
When I seen the boys and Berreyesa ing him there was an explosion. Butit keyed amazingnews demned to death let me ask: whatof Kingsley.HOT .
scorning I asked him flat out, Hen- was a good-natured one, and the he studied closely through the your soul? what of eternity? You
ry, what I should do. He come two parted friends. Bowie promisedto bars of the peephole in the cell door are an Americano?"

straight: back with, 'Take no pris- come back sometime if he could the features of the Indian soldier who "No, Padre." SPRINGS MAY BE GREAT FOR
Ol1 rs. We got no room for pris- make it.Leaving. bore the message. It flashed sud-
oners.' ,He'd been crowded pretty the valley with one pony, denly on Bowie that he had seen "Not?" Americano-what then, my RHEUMATIC PAINBut

hard for two months. Everything Bowie worked South along the Si- that man before. "Sanchez," he son

had gone wrong. I had to obey erras, sleeping under the stars and said calmly, "I thank you for tell- "A Tejano." this famous Prescriptionhas
ing me this." "A Tejano," echoed the Franciscan helped thousands too
orders, Henry, didn't I? killing such small game as he need- ,
"Maybe you had to obey orders, ed for food until, passing the Te- The Indian started at the utter- still searching' Bowie's face Not everyone has got the money to visit
Kit. But.I'd never think it of you. hachapi range, he stopped at the ance of his name. "I thank you, narrowly and speaking as if musingor "The Springs." But it doesn't punish
Your brother Mose never would have Mission San Gabriel, only to learn Sanchez," continued Bowie, unmoved as if placing in his mind a fact your pocketbook to buy Prescription
done that-you know that as well as that a state of war existed between by the stolid guard's amaze- at a time to serve as tesserae for a C-2223. This famous remedy brings you
I do."' Mexican factions and that the south- ment, "because you and I are old possible mosaic. "When did you real grateful help for rheumatism'spain

"Well, it's done," snapped Kit, ern end of the department was, for friends. You do not recognize me; first come to California?" muscular aches, or rheumatic
fever. It does
its work effective
much put out at the rebuke, "so, one side or the other, under arms. I am covered with half a beard and "Some ten or twelve years ago, thousands>as an its
enjoy pain-
unwashed and eaten by vermin. Padre. What," demanded Bowie fj b
anyway, there's no use talking about relieving action. Sold 1\
o money-back
It. Where Look closer Sanchez"-Bowie low- impatiently, "has that to do with # / I I
you goin', Henry? CHAPTER XII guarantee, hoc or $i. Demand Prescription I '
Bowie had risen, picked up his rifle ered his voice-"look closer. I am this trumped-up charge againstme C-2223 by its full name. 1 f

and was shaking his legs. "I'm Bowie had no intention of mixingin Bowie, whom you knew at Guada- ?" I

going, just as I told you, up the a squabble between Mexican Cal- lupe. We fought together in the can- "Nothing, nothing whatever my

river to Sutter's.. ifornia grafters, and to avoid the yon "of the Santa Maria-did we son. But if you will be patient! it $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ I
"But, bears 'n' Injuns, hold your sham battle lines he kept well in- not? may have something to do with whatI
horses till talk Sanchez stared hard at him. Bow- have in mind. By what route did
you to the old man. land in order to reach San Diego.He .
"I'm not talking to him, Kit. He meant to outfit there and strike ie's very quiet pierced the sluggishness you come to California? We Can All Be

can't hire me to murder decent across the desert for Texas, whichhe of his Indian nature. "Across the Rio Colorado and the

peaceable boys like the De Haros." had not seen for years. "Senor," he stammered speakinglow desert of the South." EXPERTBUYERS

"Sh! don't talk so loud, you old He reached San Diego late at and with the utmost caution."I The padre's interest seemed to
bullfrog. Stay overnight and thinkit night. He had intended to sleep out- remember all. I did not know grow. He spoke on with slight but

over. You've picked on the only side the town overnight. But toward you. How can I help you? If I let increasing keenness. "Then you
n.oan job he ever put on me, Hen- night fall rain had begun to you out,they will shoot me." must have come in not very far

.. ry." fall and when he reached the pre- "Do nothing of that kind. Only, from San Diego," he persisted, still

"Kit, I'm on No effortat sidio there as soon as can bring musing."I .
my way. was a heavy downpour.He you me some- O In bringing us buying Information,as
persuasion availed. Bowie shook rode up to the presidio gate, thing to eat and pass me a good did so come. to prices that are being asked for
hands with Kit and his friends and where he was challenged by a sen- knife. That's all-go. Tell them I "I presume," continued the paCt what we Intend to buy, and as to the

exchanged raillery with them but try, whom he answered in good will be ready." gently insinuating, "that you spoke quality we can expect,the advertising
went his way.Everything Spanish and asked for shelter. Sanchez proved not ungrateful. Spanish when you came to Califor- columns of this newspaper perform a
The sentry called the captain of Bowie's contempt for everythingand nia?" worth while service which saves us
at Sutter's Fort the guard out into the rain from a everyone concerned in his imprisonment "When I came to California nei- many dollars a year. :

pleased him. Captain Sutter had game of seven-up. was not lessened by the ther I nor my companions could O It Is a good habit to form,the habitof I
charged the whole atmosphere with Whether this was unpleasant for threat of immediate death. But he speak a word of Spanish." consulting the advertisements every :

his own magnetic personality. Whenhe the captain, whether the call spoileda set to work, within a minute after "You did not come alone, then?" time wo make a purchase, though we !
persuaded Bowie to remain fora winning streak, or whether the the knife was in his hand, to dig "Two Texan scouts came with have already decided just what we i
time with him it was to be on captain had 'had too much pulque, himself out of his crude surround- me." want and where we are going to buy !
Bowie's own terms, if Bowie would Bowie never could figure out. But "Three of you." The whitehairedman It. It gives us the most priceless feeling I
name any. In the end Sutter named he was very brusque. He ordered ings.Working feverishly for an hour ini his penetrating eyes bent In the world the feeling of being I
for his new recruit so liberal a per- Bowie to dismount, ordered him the clay underlying the stone floor, closely on Bowie, hesitated an in- adequately prepared. i
centage on his fur business that searched and disarmed. No answer he had made progress in his tunnel stant. He spoke then intently. "My O When we go Into a store,prepared

Bowie himself insisted on reducing :! that the Texan could make to his when, although no sound reached his son, did you and your companions beforehand with knowledge of what Is
it. insolent questioning would satisfy ear, the scant light through the hear about that time of Indian mur- offered and at what price, we go as
Captain Sutter had at his com- him. He pronounced Bowie a spy, 'peephole of his cell door lessened ders?" an expert buyer, filled with self-confl- ;
mand the services of former mis- put him under arrest and sent him just enough to make him realize "I have' heard of many Indian dence.lt is a pleasant feeling to have,

sion Indians who, on the despoilingof to the guardhouse.The I, someone was looking in. murders since coming to Califor the feeling of adequacy.Most of the
In the world be tracedto
j unhappiness
the missions by the freebooting Texan's surprise was equaledby Expecting a bullet in the back of nia." can advertising
a lack of this feeling. Thus
Mexican politicos, had found themselves his annoyance and his contemptfor his head, he turned as unconcernedly "I speak of a raid and a murder 1 shows another of Its manifold
adrift and thrown on their' his captors. However, he reflected as possible from the bunk near in which a Spanish ranchero and his facets-shows (Itselfcis' an aid toward
own resources. Some fell back into that a night in the dry guard- which he was working. Behind the two vaqueros were killed, his house making all ouybusmess relationships,
savagery and pillage, imitating their house would be ''better than a nightin bunk lay the loose earth scooped burned and two of his little girls more secure add pleasant.
Mexican despoilers. Others, of the the rain. :But to find himself for from under the floor. He glanced carried into captivity by the Indi r

better stripe, sought service where I the first time in his California life toward the peephole. A face was ans." -', $ $ $ $ $ $ *; $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
they could; many were in the em- I without his knife, his revolver, or there. But the aperture was so nar- (TO DE CONTINUED)



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Teachers To Receive than one year of basic training to ALIAS ORDER OF PUBLICATION" 16th day of December. 1940 to answer DATED this 6 day of November,
produce a capable seaman. the bill of complaint herein," else the 1940.Seal.
There are around sixteen thou- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE allegations of said bill will be taken ( ) WILLIAM T. HULL,
Salaries Before Xmas TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF as confessed by said defendants.IT Clerk of Circut Court; of
sand men who have completed' en- FLORIDA. IN AND FOR HENDRY IS FURTHER ORDERED that Hendry County Florida.
listments with the Navy and Marine COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. this order be published once a week EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, '"
--- CASE NO- for four (4) consecutive weeks in Miami Florida,
The Hendry county school boardat Corps. The present addresses of The Clewiston News, a newspaper Solicitors for Plaintiff.
the monthly meeting Tuesday many of these men are unknown'and CLEWISTON VELOPMENT REALTY CORPORATION AND ,DE-a published in Hendry County, Florida. St. Nov. 8-15-22.29, Dec., C, 1940. I

authorized Supt. S. A. Graves to the service has no record of FLORIDA corporation. ---
their present physical condition. Plaintiff.VS .
borrow approximately $3,000 so I iligflf1111U1uI'" r
that teachers may be paid their Therefore, it Is desired that these )- I ,..
the fourth schonl month men enlist in tho Naval and Marine ALMAR & COMPANY, a dissolved dNM6i.Ah ydsp
salary for .....
Delaware corporation, and all unknown q
before the Christmas, vacation. Corps Reserves so that the Navy persons or parties (whether '"...........v....... '(;. =
will natural, corporate or municipal) IE =
twelve and Marine Corps have such ..
Teachers paid on a
are claiming ,. -
under from
records for use In through or III I '1, .. ..!! "'f/f
months basis. emergency. said dissolved corporation, and E. 1116'II1 I'\W\WI f w .
p =
Original enlistments in the B. ROBERTS, Trustee for Almar A"Nrf LOp ===
The First Bank of Clewiston was Navyare & Company, a dissolved Delaware I vI
designated 'depository for:_ school for six :years and in the Naval corporation and all unknown pir-
sons having or claiming n.n. Interest m ni
Reserve for four years. Also "
funds for the coming year. young in the real property descrlbd with uS YOU
men between 17 and 18 years of In the bill. savings occou-
Mrs. Homer Taylor chairman, age are eligible for enlistment in Defendants.It =yisjr When you hove 0 dollars 0 me t .
.. few i
appealed to the county commissioners : it 0
the Navy with the consent of their appearing by the sworn bill of add to out YOUr !
= con save :::
in session at the time in complaint filed herein that the plain- con
parents, such enlistment to be term- tiff, is entitled to an order of publication whatever you compounded semi'
another room, for a contribution to ,....
inated when they have reached their i earnings we poY worth while\ ., -
make possible community Christmastrees IT IS ORDERED that the defendant, good make loving
at LaBelle, Clewiston and twenty-first birthday. Almar & Company, a dissolved Dela- =Z \\ rea\\y\\ and l\at _
ments in both the Navy and the ware corporation and all parties = -
She said the school board
Felda. *
claiming under from
Naval Reserve are for four or rjr"Ksr"Jw'
was so hard pressed for funds this years. Almar & Company, or otherwise, and all =- W ; \ ::
Original enlistments and re-en- \\
unknown persons having or claiming .
that a donation from that = year an Interest in the following describedreal :c ht on
listments In the Marine Corps and g ?
source was impossible. property in Hendry County, Florida Plan 41r
in the Marine Corps Reserve are for to-wit: = SSSSClewiston -
four :years. Lot 25, Block 173, of the General .. .
CoM:1UN-ITY CHURCH Plat of Clewiston, Florida accord- esf
An ex-service man who joins the ing to the plat thereof recordedin
Naval or Marino Reserves is not Plat Book 2, at pages 7 to
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. B. C. 14, Inclusive, of the Public Rec- Federal
r required to serve the twelve-month ords of Savingsand
Flanikan, Supt. Adult Bible Class Hendry County Florida
Selective Service training period and E. B. Roberts Trustee for Almar
Forum will be led by J. J. Graham.
Company, a dissolved Delaware
and he is subject to call in time of
Morning worship service at 11:00 war just as he would be as a mem- above corporation entitled, be cause and appear at the in Court the Loan Association
a. m. Rev. Arthur P. Vaughn of ber of the Selective Service Re- House In LaBelle, Florida, on the

Fort Myers will preach the sermon. serve. .

Robert N.. Smith will' sing the of- ...NN.. ......N.N.N..H:....N.M.N..N..N.N.M.N..N..M.N..N.N..N.M..NNN.. .. ..........N....1'.N..NN. .M.N.N.M.N.M.N..M.....N.N.M.........N..NN.. ..N..M.N..N."....N.H..N..1......N......N..N.N.N.M.M.N.N.MN. .M.N..N..N.N.....M...
fertory solo.Christian RAISING BROILERS 'i' .
Endeavor meets Mon- '_' \ .A.
; day at 3:30 p. m. Miss Betty Jacksonville, Dec. 5-Duval coun-
'. Spicer, president. Jimmy Hall sec- ty poultrymen are concentrating on :t: Clewiston's ::

r r retary-treasurer, will be in charge production of broilers as a side- '.. .:.

of service. line to commercial egg production.Local .

r{ BowlingContinued- have Dennis been hatcheries, assistant enjoying, according a county good to business agent Frank, \'_.:. Annual Festival and Fair \\i\:._\:. r

.". selling chicks to broiler producers. :
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,. Claycomb ......._.......116 119 121
,: Thomas .................... 116 READ THE ADS i Will Open MONDAY And Run s?

' Total.....:.............676 710 756 .
U. S. S. Corp. Commissary '

Bass .............:..........103 111 \
f. Oliver ..................:..110 130 i Through ,
} Waters ...................179, 180 146 r t ,

. Kolstad ....................153 156 183 Good FarmLand ;
: Logan ......................179 156 180 't t ti

s; Hager ...................... 138 155 I -
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't. .\ Naval. Marine Service ::: .' '- BY YOUR ATTENDANCE "; .- :i iI :

Is No Exemption for Rent /

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Former service in the Navy or ,
:- .Marine Corps does not exempt a :: .'1 :.>._ TUESDAY; Is Children's DAY_ :' :. :_::

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f.. the B.Selective S. Killmaster Service, Act Naval, Commander Advisor- :i:: _. "' RIDES AND SHOWS 5c FOR CHILDREN ::

to National Headquarters, emphasized TrespassersWill A

:, today. However, a registrant Be :i: r' On That Day No Admission Charge :;:

f who has served in the Navy or A: ..
Marine Corps can enlist in the .i +i

Naval Corps Reserve Reserve up Corps to the or the time Marine he is ProsecutedCleviston 1:: See The EXHIBITS la The ENTRANCE Tent :;:

called for the one year training. A A ?
under the Selective Service Act. A v?
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not give men of former Navy or :: Enjoy The Crescent Amusement Company's :f:

Marine Corps service the same ex- : .. "
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secutive years in the Army, Commander v:

Killmaster pointed out, be- ..z.:. '. .'i'
reserves.cause these Voluntary men are needed enlistmentsonly in the DevelopmentCorporation :i:: Sponsored By _: ..'._ <,.....' ::.z'i :

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