The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00851
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00851
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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7 j r County Schools To Open I I Plantation To Hold Song Villages Festival Negotiations Are Begun .;1

.| Tuesday, September 2nd Here Next SaturdayAll For Air Base Property ti._r q.

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-\ Contracts Mailed I Martinez Reports On United States' Sugar Corporation I City Delinquent 'dm.c British Government To .. .

will compete here next Saturday," '
. .; : To All Trip To St. LouisC. August 16, in chorus and quartet Sale Held On MondayOne Buy Lands For .

,('=:,: .' singing at the second annual mid '1
.'./, ::-:; ::' Elected A. Martinez, recently returned summer song festival at the Town- Cadet Training .e
i;,; ". :f t"v.. from a business trip to Birmingham site recreation center from ten o'- of the smallest delinquenttax ('.

> Alabama, and St. Louis clock in the morning until four o'- land sales in the history of the
The county school gave a most interesting talk at the clock in the afternoon. I city was held Monday at the city The state cabinet this week
special meeting this granted the request of the Embrey- ",'
night meeting of the
Wednesday hall.
Last the first of these festivals -
the office of county year Riddle Company ,of Miami ,on behalf .j
Kiwanis Club on 'work in steel
held at the Azucar Vil- fifteen items
was Only were adver-
C. E. Weaver in LaBelle of the British government for
mills which he' observed while on lage in the Eastern Division and it tised. Of these three were taken
opening date for county shortening from, 15 to five days
the trip. is planned to take turn about each by before the sale and
Tuesday, September 2, Martinez' time required for advertising in-
Mr. talk Ed
between the two divisions. I at the sale J. E.
I year Beardsley gave
weeks from next Tuesday.The and Wilcox I to buy state Murphy Act
Markette Jerry reported Cash prizes and medals will be his check for the remaining twelve land "
board also on a North Florida Kiwanis meet- awarded to the winners of the I parcels. at uction"and this advertise-
school budget and ing they had attended in Ocala on various song events and for best ment appeared yesterday in the
Tallahassee for July 31. LaBelle paper thus making it possible -
decorated float and private auto-
Weaver stated that to secure the' 140 acres of.
contracts which are being mobile. There is no admission WEST POINT CADETS state-owned lands within the four'
and is invited. Free
charge everyone
out being based section tract upon which Embrey-
refreshments will be served.As .
Riddle is building the
amount of money new air
the past ,year and that i a special feature the United HERE ON INSPECTIONOF training base eight miles west of
couraging word from COMPANY BUILDING States Sugar Corporation band will Clewiston. The remainder of the
that more will be available give a concert which will be broad- tract is in a foreclosure suit for
coming term than last cast over Station WJNO in West LAKE PROJECTS clearing titles, which will be disposed -
this is so all teachers in DESTROYED BY FIRE Palm Beach. of on the rule day in Sep-
ty will be given the While the song festival is held'I tember.
increased amounts. I primarily for the colored; employees A fishing trip on Lake Okee- When these negotiations are com-
New Coach Here The packing house formerly of the United States Sugar Corporation -i I chobee and a dance at the Community pleted the land will be purchasedby
Arrangements are being owned by C. E. Miner south of theA. arrangements are being madeto Center Wednesday eveningwere the ,British Government for the
the board to hire a C. L. freight station and occup- accommodate white friends who special events in the enter- training of the Royal Airforce pi-
Clewiston High School ied for the past three months by will wish to attend and hear the excellent tainment of' a group of twenty-nine lots.
the Clewiston Candy Company, was musical program.COMMUNITY cadets from the United States Military -
also teach the high school These negotiations for land' havenot
damaged by which Academy at West Point who
badly fire
formerly taught by Mrs. held up the construction of the
first observed about one o'clock arrived in Clewiston in time for
Thomas who resigned at air base and the work was going
i morning. luncheon Wednesday and left '
of last term. The board Thursday I II SHOCKEDBY ahead this week at an everincreasing
in mind for the place I The entire loss, 'both for the I Thursday morning. tempo. The walls of several
reluctant to name him until building and for the candy com- The cadets were here on a regular I barracks are up and are expected:
signed a' contract. I I pany's equipment, was covered by SUICIDE OF WELL annual inspection tour of the to be ready for roofing this week
Contracts are going i; insurance and W. A. Bishop, owner Lake OkeechobeeCaloosahatchee end, these being rushed to accommodate ,.
teachers who were here I I and manager of ,the company, project and were accompanied by a number of British cadets
and within a few days it said this morning that the company KNOWN LOCAL MANFred Capt. Herrol J. Skidmore, assistant who are said to be now waiting the-
known whether all will I would continue operations as soonas district engineer, and A. L. Mc- readiness of this field to began
not. I a new location could be found Knight, associate engineer from the their basic training.The .

and new equipment purchased. Henriksen, 58, carpenter I U. S. District Engineer office in new air training field, it is
Location Rejected Cause of the fire is as yet un superintendent for the United Jacksonville. The party was met estimated, will cost about $500,000
States Sugar Corporation since its in Canal Point by A. R. Broadfoot, ,
determined. The blaze apparently and will be one, of the most complete -'
For CAA started almost in the center of the organization, died early Saturday I head of the Clewiston- engineer sub- training units of f.he, several :
? building and some little distance morning from self-inflicted. gun- office, who gave the"'oup' ,a. brief operated by; J. Jaul: Riddle and his
shot wound his office on the :word picture of the project: before
away from the candy cooking ovens. near associates. The official name of
: ': *.!t ft. .wa j Jearned, t-t5';' Pat MrGehee .h-bi'-discovered the grounds of the' PlantStion Machine beginning the' tour. the Clewiston training, field will be
.'tIie. Civil Aeronautics fire .and rushed 'to wake up Jimmy Shop. It was a charge from his Stops were made at'the various the Riddle-McKay Aero College and;
had rejflcted the proposed Weaver who got ,out the fire truck own' ..410 ,guage shotgun and death hurricane gates and other pointsof all three phases of training flying
the Clewiston CAA. and sounded the alarm. By the i was instantaneous. .e I interest on the east side of the will be taught, primary, basic and
,which an appropriation time the fire department arrived, Mr. Henriksen had! been desponent lake and the party arrived in Clew- advanced.
last week and until a new however, and had water on the for more than a year becauseof iston in time for luncheon at the Accommodations will be provided -
,is. secured and approved blaze it had gained considerable ill health, every effort to I pre- Inn. Afternoon they continued to for 250 cadets and sixty American *
struction work can begin. 10)Q The blaze was extin- vent the spread of _arthritis having i Moore Haven where they viewed civilian instructors will teach
_,'"' ::: The site which had guished by excellent work of the failed. As a result he had been : the lock and hurricane gate and the cadets using the British cur-
tively approved and which volunteer 'department before the drinking' rather heavily and for were met by boats for a lake fishing riculum and American training
been' rejected was the building collapsed but all timbers:; two days prior to his death had I I trip. While here they visited planes.
land adjoining' town on the are badly charred and the sheet been intoxicated. He returned Fri- the engineer office and warehouse. Aside from barrack buildings
ing south of the highway metal with which the building was day night to Clewiston from pointson Leaving Clewiston Thursday there will be two large steel han
of Hooker's Point. covered was warped and twisted by the south side of the lake and morning the party went first to gars constructed, a mess hall, administration
It is. understood that the heat. ,Mr. Bishop says that it went directly to his office about Sebring to inspect the new airbase building, class room
officials expressed an will ,be a: 'total loss both as to nine-thirty o'clock. Mrs. Henriksen -. and then on to other projects in building and infirmary. There will
the section of land just building and equipment. I spent some time there with him the state. be various recreational facilities
town by the old dairy 'but. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Dean and j but returned home about eleven. In the party were Joseph L. provided including a swimming pool
recently been improved by two children were living in a house Several other workmen, including Hamilton, Mobile; Britt S. May, I and tennis courts. All buildings
I gar corporation at just a few yards from the south I the night watchman talked to him Montgomery; John J. Upchurch, E. I will be of colonial design and ex-
pense as a cattle pasture. end of the building and they were at various times during the night, L. Faust, New Orleans; Lester cept for the hangars will be of
also 'just five miles from not awakened until after the fire' one of the night watchman's visits Meltzer, Daytona Beach; J. F. concrete block and stucco construc-
training base and CAA department's arrival. They were, having been just a few minutes be- Frakes, Columbia, Tenn.; Benj. tion.There
set" out that no CAA : of course, unable to give. any reason fore he heard the shot and found Norris, Jr., Omaha; R. H. Fautt, will be no runways con-
be loserthan six I for the fire. the body a few yards from the Jr., Pulaski, Tenn.; D. H. Barger, structed, the naturally sodded area
training base.Another The Clewiston Candy Companyfirst office in the machine shop yard. Salem, Va.; G. H. Watson, Pa-I I providing excellent landing facilities -
site' is now started'operating in the Hooker Mr. Henriksen was an accomp- ducah, Ky.; T. H. Martin- Jr., anywhere. However the entire
sidered just' south of the i Packing House on the highway at lished carpenter and cabinet maker Charleston; J. J. Norris, Calhoun area is being gone over so that
house and it appears the railroad but about three monthsago I having learned his trade in Denmark Falls, S. C.; H. B. Sayler, Wash- all small holes can be filled and
this one will be chosen if Mr. Bishop bought out the De-I where he was, born at Esb- ington; H. E. Kemp Dayton; R. any bare spots sodded.
ments can be made to Soto Candy Company of Arcadia jerg, on October 5, 1882. He wasa C. Marshall, Binghamton; R. P. Construction of the training
land.The and moved the equipment here. I' building contractor there before Harris, Tampa; G. L. Danforth, school owned by Riddle and John
CAA made Larger quarters were necessary and moving to the United States in Jr., Palatka; J. J. Russell, Queens (Continued 011 page 10)
Friday $257,000 for the he made arrangements for the pur- June of 1941. He resumed his Village, N. Y.; D. F. Powell, New-
tion of the Clewiston chase of the building on a monthly trade at Kenosho, Wisconsin, wherehe ark; W. H. Hume, Fore Bragg; B. Parkinson's TruckIn
payment basis from the Internation- resided until 1921 when he W. Mills, Jr., Marion, S. C.; S. O.
FFA Chapter IsAwarded I al Agriculture Company of Mul- moved to Moore Haven. There he Benner, McArthur, Ohio; M. J. Crash TodayThe
berry, owners of the building. It operated a bakery and novelty Gatewood, Jr., Columbus, Ga.; J.
was necessary for" him to 'take ou tConUn'u'ed works until 1928' when he accepted F. Dulaney, Greenville, Tenn.; L.
_. ( on Page 10) a position with the Southern L. Wilson, Jr., Hurricane, W. Va.; delivery truck of Parkin-
Sugar Corporation here. He 'continued E. A. Murray, Cabin Creek, W. Va.; I son's, Inc., coming out of Miami
The Clewiston FFA Five Colored DrafteesTo to work for the United' Merle L. Carey, Marlborough, Mass.; early this morning with a load of
just been awarded States Sugar Corporation after its A\. L. Freer, Walden, N. Y.; produce, was ,badly damaged in

Ywhich gives it a perfect Leave 'August 22 organization, built a home here and A. Mesereau, Bergenfield, N. ThOS'1 Hialeah when_._ struck...... by another_.
1940-41 of having placed moved to Clewiston in '1933. He car, travelling at a high rate ot
contest which it entered. was married "'on April| 13, '1910, to Band Resumes Practice speed and driven by a woman said
The chapter has just The local draft office announces Miss Agnes Hansen in Denmarkand to have been intoxicated. Neither
fied that it placed 5th in that five colored draftees of Hen- to the union was born one After Month's Lay-Off Connie Clark, driver of the truckor
\ Chapter Contest," dry County will leave' Clewiston at daughter, Gynna, now Mrs.: M. L: I his companion Lawrence
Chilean Nitrate 7:45 on the morning of August 22, Arnold of Caliente, 'Nevada. Guthrie, were seriously injured in
reau. The local chapter for the army induction station at He was deeply loved and respected The United States Sugar Cor- the crash.
sixth distirct of the state Camp Blanding., by the men over whom, he had poration Concert Band resumed Clark said that when he saw the
the youngest of the eleven The five are: Willie Louis Weaver supervision as well as by other regular practice sessions Wednes- car approaching he slowed the
in the district.In Julius Jones, Leeroy Rutland, corporation officials and' employees day afternoon after a month's sum- truck down and got far off on his
February the chapter Paul Thomas, ,Earl Griffin Dawson.All and countless friends in the communities mer lay-off and will continue these own side of the highway but was
first bid for a place in five will have to be summonedfrom bordering e Lake Okee- weekly practices each Wednesdayin unable to avoid the crash. The
tests by entering a points where they have gone chobee. the future.A truck turned over twice and the
ing team and fruit and since their registration.Six Funeral services were held Mon- second practice session was other car skidded more than a .
Judging team at the white boys from the countyleft day afternoon at five o'clock from held Thursday afternoon in prepa- hundred feet without turning qV r
The livestock team, on Tuesday of this week for the Ferguson Funeral Home in ration for_ the program which will Both the truck and car were badly,:
Charles Turner, Elbert Camp Blanding. They were Bob West Palm Beach with Rev. ClaudeM. be given 'at the song festival and damaged. The resulting ftojicein: .
Leroy Huff placed 15th Logan, who was added to the list Haynes, pastor' of the First broadcast over Station WJNO in quiry absolved Clark of any blame,.
state judging'be.et cattle. shortly before time to leave and Methodist Church of West Palm West Palm Beach. placing all responsibility on the
Taylor, Robert Hodges Vincent Oglesby, Chester Joyce, Beach conducting the service. The Any new band members or cor- woman driving the other car.
,'.J McLeod placed 5th in the James Louis Harvey, Luther Pat- wealth of beautiful floral offerings I poration employee who wishes to Guthrie was WJ rojwi, from the..
vegetable and fruit rick Austin, Jr., and Tallie Lawton filled the front of the chapel anda join the band may do so by contacting truck but was only bruised Clark
place brought in a five Guthrie who were named the latter -I host of friends filled the chapel Director Frank Sturchioany had onega- h in the fore1\fl-M/'-\]
(Continued cto page part of July. (Continued on Page 10) Wednesday. numerous bruises.:


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TftMjjG I Scientific Gadgeteer I Business Was Going On

As Usual Despite RepairsHe

flO4O I IR Keeping track of earthquakesand I z7 was an Englishman and a
checking up on the weatherare 1. high-speed salesman who had
the things that make joined the army, gong into action,
few of
E EN iSCRE EN ADIOS and had been seriously wounded.
a.; life worth living for Martin G.
For several: days he lay deliriousat
Murray, assistant postmaster at By VIRGINIA VALE the base hospital, but eventually -
i Washington, D. C. Huntington Beach, Calif. Mr. Mur- (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) he turned the corner and slowly

BIG DAY FOR NEWS MEN ray makes all his own scientific in- SUSANNA FOSTER, the 16- started the climb back to health.On .

Twenty newspaper men leaned struments out of pieces of junk. who sings C.above the first day// of his recovery

forward around the long blue baize 1x These photos take you fora call on high C, has appeared in,two pic- he was surprised to see all the

table in the ante-room t>f the secre-' the scientific gadgeteer.. tures, is being co-starred for the nurses'standing around his 'bed,

tary of stat At'the extreme end _+S....v.....,.. ..... .....\ first time in Paramount's"Glamour offering. him money.
stood tall, austere acting secretary, a. "Why, what is this for?" he
Sumner Welles. On his face was an Boy. Jackie Cooperis asked. "I do not understand."
intensity.In her leading man and thrilled
expression of grim-lipped "This is for the radios, refrig-
his hand was a typewritten state- j her half to death recently when erators and vacuum sweepers you

ment. He read it aloud. It was a he came on the set with a huge sold us while you were unconscious -

against scathing Japan.At carefully. worded blast tp box for her. It was a present, ," they chorused.

the opposite end of the table said he.

stood three Japanese news men, dI The box contained a set-chair-

short, affable, '.ager. For months .. S 44' you know, one of those special
and years they had been attending S SL chairs with a canvas back-rest that jjjTj

press conferences, given the same ?; stars always have, with their names
privileges as any American news I painted across the back. Susanna
men. For months also they had took one look at it and 'burst into WJjf/
waited for some such bombshell.Now 1 i tears. Her name had been spelled 1

it came. wrong! -Not until a sign-painter had
One split second after Welles fin- S. fixed it did she really feel like a

ished reading his statement, the star. .
Japanese were out the door, pat- _...,._...............___.....". --,------ % Joan Blondell and Binnie Barnes

tering down the marble corridor to Sun made discovered a new way of reducing; -PHYSICIAN
the room telephones. It wasa 1 Above: telescope froman _'_u___ in "Three Girls i GREEK
press --- -
old auto axle. Murray is focus ,
About Town"
big day for Japanese news men. they
Finally Ickes Wins.It ing the solar image on a paper receiver .1 had to drag Walter

was also a big day for certain here. Right: At the eye- Soderling around-

members of the Roosevelt cabinet. piece of this homemade telescope i ; from one room to

For months and years they also had he checks up on a jew stars. The :; another, through
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been waiting. For months and years instrument 'is' made of old water I' hallways and down PETERMINFP TOFiNPA

also they had been urging Roosevelt pipes, wood and pieces of mirror fire escapes. Each UETtERWQY -

to embargo oil shipments to Japan.At Note how the wood is bound with ... .. girl promptly lost TO UFT WATTS. /,
a cabinet meeting just before 1.\i"" five pounds, and it HE INVENTED

Japan moved, Secretary Ickes, as tt' re. seemed likely thatthey'd THE PUMP

new oil administrator, raised the em- At left Murray has the imageof .ysAUwu.7 b'e mere AROUND 250 8 C.
shadows by the
bargo question again. He proposedto
the sun accurately focused on
oil to Japan. But Joan Blondell time the Picture
stop shipments the behind this THE BETTER WAY To TREAT
paper was finished. Fur-
the acting secretary of state saidno.
blackened tube. The is thermore the loss of
weight beganto
he said to
Japan, was, going PROPER 0UUC" IN THE WET 15 TO
his office job. show on the film. So the director,
make a move toward IndoChinaand part of post CORRECT THE CAUSE OF THE
it would be wiser to wait. Below: From an assortmentof Sam Bischoff, had a dummy head I TROUBLE WITH/ A DELICIOUS

Once before, Ickes had stopped a ; : discards Mr. Murray got this made, with a face like Soderling's; CEREAL, KEUO$6'S

shipment of oil to Japan and arousedthe instrument, which accuratelymeasures now the girls are,,dummydragging.It Acs BZ4N... EAT '' f
wrath of the state department.Last ---I r$
magnetic dip. rr EVERY PAVEarly
June a Philadelphia manufac- does seem as if the young people "
of Hungary would be too much AND pR1NK
turer complained to him that a Jap-
upset at the moment to think of OF WATER.
ship 240,000 gal
anese was loading = a
: Ions of lubricating oil. forming a fan club. But one Joseph

t "I can't get oil myself to speedup Hamor wrote to Virginia Weidler

my own defense, orders," wrote' recently, from Budapest, to tell hera ,
the manufacturer, "and yet I see in Virginia Weidler club had been Saving
formed. The members The habit of saving, so as'to be
wear badges
front of this of
my nose shipment beforehand with the world, if it is
oil going to Japan. To hell with bearing her picture and are J ,. a to learn to be acquired all, must be acquired -
:' English. Virginia's
defense; if the government is as
rary president. early.-Earl of Derby, K.G.
screwy as that. ,
,So Ickes called the coast guard t 45.M.Y 't I
and asked them to act before the Corp. James Stewart showed his
j oil was loaded. They did. family around the Metro lot the oth- GIVE THE-AIR TO

Then things began to boil. It did L A' at9 'a:. er day; Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and SNIFFLESPENETRDD

not leak out at the time, but the their daughters, Mary and 'Virginia, -S. oPs
state department complained to ,the g t i *+':,: visited the sets of "HonkyTonk"and

White House that Ickes' action had .'' R' JAL 4 s ,7 ,: 4n .) "Smilin' Through" and had a
interfered with the policy of appeas- 3e.S chat with Clark Gable. Personal ConfidenceThe
ing Japan.so she would not go southto < ".: --; confidence which we havein

the Dutch East Indies. Laraine Day has been going on ourselves gives birth to muchof

However, Ickes held his ground.He and on as Nurse Mary in the Kil- that which we have,in others.-
insisted that he was not meddling i: ._ dare series-the latest is "Dr. Kil- La Rochefoucauld.

in foreign policy, but that it i r.. dare's Wedding Day"-but she has
was nonsense to ration oil and gas the most important role of her ca-

on the Atlantic seaboard and at the i reer in "The New York Story," with GET THIS

same ,time let Japan ship oil away Edward G. Robinson, Edward Ar-
from the Atlantic seaboard.In nold and Marsha Hunt.
the end Ickes won. ---;'1'.

Bombard Tokyo. RKO Radio received a nice com- BIBlE FREE !

; .'1 Naval strategists make no secret I munication not long ago; it was a

:7 as to what they would do to curb ; \" letter from Maj. Gen. E. S. Adams,
Japan. They consider it foolhardyand adjutant general of the United For over 70 years,grate.
suicide to send a lot of U. S. States army, saying that "Para- ful users have preferredWintersmith'aTonic

..- warships across the vast expanse of : chute Battalion" is "the most satis- for

: ocean to Singapore or the Dutch : i rfCkY \ factory army picture produced to Malaria.try Wintersmith'stherefore WewantYOUto ,
East Indies. date.
offer you this
They figure we are going to get --r.--" complete 761-page
into the war anyway, and it is good ':..j ; ; JS Remember "Ruggles of Red Holy Bible, FREE, if

strategy to deal knockout blows in Gap," in which Charles Laughton you'll send us two
the very first round. They favor S5 recited the Gettys- small Wintersmith
carton tops(or liar
y sending waves of U. S. bombers ;* burg address so effectively carton top). Just go
from the Philippines to raze the ; : that he's mail to Wintersmith

paper and bamboo cities of Tokyo, 1 been in demand to Chemical Co.. Inc.,
Yokohama, Kobe and Osaka. They do it ever since? 650 Hill Street

also favor sending the fleet, plus It's been re-issued, .p GaY6Y a fi Louisville.Kentucky.

:' airplane carriers to the coast of J a- which is good news
: for everybody who p
;? favor doing this immediately. missed this hilari-

There is no use, say the navy ous comedy the first
men, of punching at a man's time out, as well as It
when legs -"r .. ......,, ,,__>..._ ._''''''"__,..H''_''_ ,,, (
you can strike for his heart. for those who wantto
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Shiver Record Here is the recording device of 1I1urra 's seismo- see it twice.
--rK: CharlesIn
CLOSING PANAMA TO JAPAN graph. Needles mark the lampblacked drum with every shiver of Old Laughton WNU-7 '32-41.
Warner Bros.
> Secretary Stimson was telling the Mother Earth. It records about 15 major quakes a year, some as far
; 'absolute truth when he I "The Maltese Falcon" Humphrey '...
denied that distant India. Mr. has less than six in his 'Today's popularity
Murray no
his first detective role
, the plays
( >, discovery of a time-bomb was of Doan't Pills, after
responsible for keeping 10 Japanese suburban home at Huntington Beach. -sort of a' relief from gangsters. So many years of world
wide use, surely
ships out of the Panama canal. For he can play love scenes. He has one I be accepted as evidence.
this was not the reason. with Mary Astor that was a changefor .'of satisfactory use.
And favorable public
; Real -reason why the canal was both of them; gangsters can't opinion supports that
;. ", barred to the Japanese was the discovery have true loves, under the producers! of the able physicians
I :i that two of their ships were code, and as for Mary, she said that Doan's who test under the value exacting

, ; floating bazars being rushed to the the last time she'd been really kissed laboratory conditions.:
; Jn "The Prisoner of Zenda. These physicians, too, approve every word
east coast of South was
\', America to grab : 'of advertising you read the objective of
>, off the trade which Axis operatorswere ; > --=--.--- which ,is only to recommend Doan's Pillsas

forced to abandon as a result S Speaking of the beautiful Miss Astor -, the a good kidney diuretic function treatment and for for relief disorderof of.

,. of the U. S. blacklist. she certainly stacked up laurels the pain and worry it. causes.-
-' Apparently the Japs had a tip :iI for. herself in "The Great Lie," kidneys If more must people constantly were aware remove of how wastetthat the.. t

that the blacklist was to be playing opposite Bette Davis. If you cannot stay in the blood without injury -.
",. issued, because the two sips hasti- : .want to realize what excellent char' derstanding-to health,why there the would whole be body better suffers un

ly left the west coast and were wait- acter portrayals the girls gave, seethe when kidneys lag and diuretic medication .-.

ing to go through the canal, when picture on a double bill with one :Burning would be scanty more or often too employed.frequent urination -
suddenly the blacklist was published. ? of those phony B pictures that Holly sometimes warn of disturbed, kidney
Equipped with elaborate : function.' You may suffer nagging back.
merchan- wood turns out.
ache.persistent headache, attacks of dizziness ,
dizing displays, and carrying high- 2zxwd' 1a/X L. -HE- : ,. getting up. nights swelling pulh-'
powered, Spanish-speaking salesmen .a". Those. who loathe the commercials ness under the'cyes. -feel. weak. nervous_ ,
a' the ,ships were literal arsenals The The device mixed i into theii radio programs' will allplayed-Use Doan' t cfs. It is better to rely on. ,.....
his seis-
hobbyist' seismograph
;. of-economic warfare. With them preserves hail with delight'the announcementthat a medtcine"that has'won world-wide acclaim
,'.' records tells the second than something less favorably
the mograph by giving Murray to split
Japanese would have
invadedthe the FFC has granted a permitto known. Ask n.ei'ghborrW1m1l1m.
your. .
most lucrative markets in Latin lampblacked: chart a bath in shellac \when a quake occurs, but he uses Muzak Inc., to build a station in

America before either the U. S. or and alcohol. This makes his this special microscope to dope out New York that will carry abso

. the Latin Americans could have records permanent. I from his chart where it happened. lutely no advertising.
moved to block them. .

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i I I _. ..nl1i-J 1/5": "" 'IIV The wind blows over

city streets _

Use glycerine for greasing' the When cleaning'means you must from ,country mornings

1 ; meat-chopper and egg-beater. do a lot of kneeling, make two

j thick pads from old, clean piecesof Fresh, with dew: .. '
A pressing cloth should be just rag and pUsh them down your It carries songs From

::1 k- damp enough to give good steam. stocking-tops: They save the bother .
of continually picking up kneelers trees ijr\d birds

: Sliced apples, sweetened and and leave=both hands free. And m be. t'hoo9ht"

browned.in bacon fat, make a delicious .* from -.

'topping for: browned slicesof Fresh, sticky' chewing gum can me. :.', -

ham. be removed With white-of-an egg. to you. r.>/:'
,. ..,* n1'2! -

When postage stamps stick to- When making apple sauce, don't

gether,lay a thin paper over them peel the apples if you want to,pre-

and run a hot iron over the paper. serve all the-vitamin B. Just core

The:"heat does not remove .muci. the apples, slice them and put

lage. them on to cook. WNU Service.


I Up2S661; Feet Afoot I it: it JOu Ttote at bome, use

Nanda Devi, a 25,661-foot sum-

.J ,mit of the Himalayas, is the high- :
,1 :est mountain ever climbed by

,7 man; says 'Colli r's. 'Although enCircled \\\\\t\\\\\\W\

:1 (See Recipes Below) .peaks which have frustrated, the 1PICHER

best mountaineers for 50 'years, \\1

, IT'S CANNING.TIMEs FOR YOUR JELLY SHELF it was reached by an expedition \\ '

consisting of four Americans and \I \\\
\ With food taking on a greater than four Englishmen on August 29,
Ripe Jelly
under the national
ever importance 1936. No'oxygen was used,.despitethe
t....; defense program, Peach Marmalade fact that unconsciousness !
C:-..: iui: ;.ii you'll want to Pear Chips' Apple Butter VITAMINS'
ally occurs at 22,000 feet.FEETCANBEAT .
____ make a thoughtful Gooseberry and Raspberry Jelly
selection for Harlequin Conserve. in

L ..i. .......... stocking a shelf *Recipe GivenPreserved YI1emInA IIQQUnhlu,4

'J of extra good HEATGive Y1amle poQ U y

S 'A. ,..... jams and jellies pears make a good accompaniment feet wings of coolness.. Sprinkle smI Ibpnf./lSAlourl 1 : :
fiF. W for later.use.. either for the meat Mexican Heat Powder in shoes. Relieves : \\a\d '
\f1Jl When winter tiredness. Little cost. Lots of comfort. 1aus tab
course or for muffins and rolls iw+rQ Fts daily :
comes you'll glow with deep satisfaction served at luncheon. You'll like: h'latat taut i ;'-1

over your canning efforts of Pear Chips. We Are One \ .,

the summer. 8 Of a truth, men are mystically ta\\a\\s .
pounds pears \1 \\
Since a record breaking peach 4 united; a mystic bond of brother-
crop, the third greatest in the' his- pounds sugar :;
Vz. ( ) hood makes all men one.;-Carlyle.toxines. <
ginger preserved
:. tory of the country, is expected, planto

put up many, many jars of this lemons
.: golden ripe 'fruit, not only as jam, Wipe pears, remove stems, quar-
ter and core. Cut into small pieces.
' <' jelly, or marmalade, but as con-
Add and and let stand
sugar ginger .1
serve combined with other fruits. HEALTH
overnight. Add lemons cut in small .
Ripe Peach Jelly. pieces, rejecting seeds and cook '

.(Makes 6 medium sized glasses) slowly 3 hours. Put into glasses, .

2Vz cups juice seal, label and store in a cupboard. .,

3/ cups sugar Apple butters have.long'been fam-
55 ;.. 1 box powdered fruit pectin ily favorites since they're so especially How to Get It and How to' Keep It .J

To prepare juice, pit and crush nice forchildren's
: thoroughly (do not peel) about 2% "':'1' I : .1

pounds fully ripe peaches. Add 1 lunchesor If tHe reading of this article causes bilious indigestion, so com- and bile ducts Into the small intes- ,...
snacks when teaches you only this one lesson mon in hot climates. tine and thence through and.out of .
. cup water, bring to a boil and sim- they come in about your own body it may be worth '' the bowels. When you take,Cal I ";.:-
< mer, covered 10 minutes. Add a few e from playing or a more than millions of dollars to you; Danger-Signals- tabs you know that you have taken, '. .
J ,
:' .r peach pits,;, crushed, to mixture !for of what use' is money without When the bile becomes stagnantin what the doctors call a cholagogue or '
'while cooking: Place fruit in a jel- hurry-up batch of health, or after you are dead? your gall-bladder and is dammed bile expelling medicine. It cleans you .,,
filled cookies. The lesson is. this-"Keep your back into your liver instead of flowing \ ..J!
out thoroughly. Every inch of ;
ly cloth bag and squeeze out juice. and have freely into your bowels,' you your
Thick and deli- system pure you may 1
twenty-five foot canal, including :
and sooner or later, begin to feel some
Place the juice hot fire health and strength to gain
over a ,
cately stomach small Intestine
spicy and
apple your ,
success and lengthof of the following symptoms:-Your
and add fruit pectin. Mix well and butter fills enjoy happiness, large intestine colon is :
the bill and uses much But may ask-. breath may become unpleasant (hal- or thoroughly,
years. you .
continue stirring until, mixture less sugar than jams and jellies. itosis), your tongue coated, a bad cleared and washed clean and pure a
.: + comes to a hard boil. Add the sug- Butter. How Can I Keep My. 1) taste in your mouth,your coffee (and and you can see and feel the bile in -:.
.; Apple System Pure? tobacco) lose their natural flavor\ the stools. (Bile causes a slight burning ,
ar, stirring to
constantly. Bring a (Makes 6 pints) 'That is not a hard question to anSWer your food does not agree with you; sensation and a bright yellow or: -
". fully rolling boil, boil hard 1 min- 4 quarts cooked and sieved apples for Science plainly teaches you you may have ,heart burn, gas, or greenish yellow color.) Next mom- ..;,{
> ute, remove from fire, skim, pour 2 cups sugar that your liver, which is larger than fluttering\ around the heart, dizziness ing your system feels purified and: \",:G
:..5 quickly into glasses. Paraffin at 1 teaspoon cloves all of the other glands of the refreshed ana you are reeling -,
once. body combined, has the special fine, with a hearty appetite. for. "
" \, 1 teaspoon allspice :work of purifying your blood breakfast. Eat what you wish <'
*Peach Marmalade. 1% teaspoons cinnamon and thereby your entire system MWTH and go about? your :work, or ,

",' (Makes 11 small glasses) 6 cups sugar and.of keeping it pure. I PHARYPOCGALLDULT pleasure. ;
'.- 4 cups prepared fruit 2 cups cider vinegar How Does the Liver Purify? *NOTE-If the stagnation of bile

.':': J 71/ cups sugar Combine apples, 2 cups sugar, and Physicians tell us that the Is caused by the pressure of a "
1 bottle fruit pectinTo spices; cook until thick. Add remain- liver destroys,or renders harm- tumor upon, the gall duct, or bya '

prepare fruit, peel off the yellow ing sugar and vinegar. Cook until less, poisons toxic such waste as uric matter acid SToMACit, permanently, only a surgical Impacted operationcan gallstone -
rind of 1 medium and other remove the But the
orange and 1 thick, stirring constantly. Pour that is normally formed in the common, cause of cause.stagnation of
medium lemon with sharp knife, into hot sterilized jars and seal im- tissues and also prevents the CALL- bile Is the accumulation of catar-
leaving as much of the white part on mediately. This may also be cookedin formation of poisons in the BLADDER TRANSVERSE rhal mucus In the gallbladderor
the bowels .by manufacturing a LIVER If gall-duct. This mucus may be
fruit itself. Put rinds
. 5 through a pressure cooker or in the oven greenish-yellow, bitter fluid\ COLON expelled by Calotabs. The mucus
food chopper twice., Add 3/i Is caused by engorgement of the
cup wa- to prevent sticking. called bile,;: which, between SMALL
- ter and teaspoon soda, bring to a Since some fruits do not convert meals, is stored up in the gall- INTESTINE liver usually In the highly result seasoned of overindulgence -

boil and simmer covered 10 minutes.Cut into bladder, but after each meal Is DESCENDING foods, or stimulating drinks.
easily commercial
pec- poured out into the intestines. Calotabs help to relieve this en.-.
off the tight skin of the peeled tin is usually employed to make the The bile is purgative and indirectly /SCC.1DINC I COLON gorgement.
fruit and slip the pulp out of each fruit jell properly. Often fruits antiseptic or prophy- COLON -r

section. Add pulp and,juice and the which jell easily, that is, those which lactic., In health it is your bile act \ Formula and Action of

juice of an additional lemon to the have sufficient pectin in themselvesare that regularly makes and your freely bowels every dayit APPENDix Calotabs

rind, simmer, covered 20 minutes. used in combination with fruits is Nature's Purgative. It SMALL RECTUM The formula of Calotabs Is

'S S Peel 1% pounds of ripe peaches. which do not. Crabapples, unripe Is your bile that keeps your INTESTINE, taking designed a pleasure to make, to calomel-obviate
clean and free
! Pit, grind or chop fine. Combine with grapes, currants, gooseberries, cranberries from bowels excessive pure, fermentationgas Study the above drawing for a few minutes. Notice the necessity of following It
,' fruits. Mix sugar and fruit, placein quinces, huckleberries, and ( ) and putrefaction. Re- particularly how the bile flows from the liver Into with a dose of Epsom Salts,and
and out of the gall-bladder and thence Into the small thus make it Just as pleasantand
a large kettle. blackberries jell well. If of that putrefactivegerms
to member
Bring a boil, enough Intestine which it enters at a point Just below the safe other
boil gently 5 minutes. Stir constantly them are not used in the combina-. do not thrive where stomach. A cut-off valve prevents the return, of the tive. Calotabs any purga-of
there is fresh bile and there bllo from the Intestine Into the g: l-bladder. The are composed
; S : while boiling. Remove from fire, tion, better use the pectin and play can therefore be no fermenta- gall-bladder Is the pump for the bile, acting like! the a thoroughly purified and refined -,
Jstir in bottled pectin. Then stir and safe. tion to cause gas, nor putre- bulb of an atomizer.or I calomel combined with

: skim by turns for 5 minutes to cool Conserves ought.to have a place of faction to produce or assistants and__correctives.,.. Thecalomel ,.
.Also as cue as Nature's : acts: ; ;: as: :: a' cholagoguecr : ;
!' slightly and prevent floating fruit. honor on the canning shelf for purgative, there can be no constipation blind spell; you may be troubled blle-expcller; is diuretic to the
Pour quickly and paraffin at once. there's nothing if the bile is flowing\ naturallyand with belching or frequent passagesof Kidneys; and antiseptic (prophy-
quite so freely from the gall-bladder Into gas from the bowels; the gas"bal- latic) to the bowels, discouraging
yummyas the bowels after each meal. : loons" your bowels and presses so the growth of putrefactive bacteria
these sweet, But when the bile becomes stag-I hard on the kidneys that it gives you and gas formation. The assistantsact
i LYNN SAYS: jamlike mixtures nant your bowels stop acting regu-j pain in the small of your back over ,like salts, washing the calomel
l To test when jelly is done, dip of several fruitsdelightfully larly and the contents your kidneys, making you think you out of the system, preventing its
; of fer- have kidney trouble at night the gas accumulation
in clean breeding bed for the germs ; and any danger oJ
a and hold en-
spoon it high. mentation (gas) and putrefaction. in your bowels presses upon your salivation. The correctives settle the
t : When the last drop sheets or -- hanced by-nutmeats These poisons, (called toxines), are bladder making you get up frequently stomach and bowels,. preventing
!I. I flakes off the side of the spoon, and rais- gradually absorbed into your blood thus breaking into your sleep.In nausea, sickening and griping ef-
(" remove from the fire. Another ins. Serve them and if the quantity be more than the the morning. you are tired Instead fects. Calotabs (and water) there-
\' which I like forth on relish trays or as garnishon liver can destroy, may circulate all of refreshed. Gradually your fore, give you the combined effectsof
i! way too, is to see if over your body, poisoning, irritating health is injured. Your complexion calomel and salts without the
, : two drops drip off the side of the meat platters and they'll make a or inflaming your brain and nerves, becomes sallow or bilious; dark rings nausea,sickening and griping effects.
}! spoon simultaneously. If they delicacy of the most humble meal. ;your muscles and joints, your heart, may appear under your eyes, you
t ':'.. do, the jelly will jell. Harlequin Conserve. skin, kidneys, and every vital organ may feel lazy dull and irritable or When Yon Need Calotabs
of your body. Your doctor calls this blue and melancholic.You may have Unwholesome foods and drinks,
: .
! Fresh,fruit which is ripe should (Makes 15 6-ounce glasses) "intestinal toxaemia; and tells you frequent colds (catarrh) or dull or over-indulgence in good foods and
i be used for jams, jellies, conserves 25 ripe peaches that your system is "toxic," or, If headache; your bowels stop their beverages, especially meats, alcohol
i marmalades, and pre- 10 red plums mild, "bilious" free, full and natural action; you coffee, tea and tobacco, cause engorgement -
, serves. Remove any spots or 1 fresh pineapple Functions of Gall-Bladder have constipation, gas, putrefactionand of the liver with stagnation .-
self-poisoning or"intestinal tox- of bile,and intestinal toxaemia.
bruises as they may cause your 1 pound white grapes In 24 hours your liver manufactures aemia," as the doctors call it. This Colds with their toxines, bring abouta
,/ whole batch to spoil. Cook them 1 orange about 3 to 4 teacupsful of bile, group of symptoms Is referred to in similar toxic condition. Hot sum-
'; as short a time as possible so Sugar which flows through millions of min- the South, as "Torpid Liver," but mer weather overwork mental
ute canals, or ducts, uniting to makea apparently a better expression mightbe strain irregular habits, and lack off
.' they will retain their lovely col- % pound walnuts or pecans large tube which empties Into the Bile'Flow. tend
Torpid sleep to make the system toxic.
..,; 'ors and look as though they were Wash fruits thoroughly. Prepare gall-bladder, as creeks and rivulets NOTE:-If the above symptoms are very Whenever you need a thorough
brought garden to glass peaches, plums, and pineapple unite to form a river that flows\ Intoa mild they" are called bilious: If severe cleansing of the food canal, as in
; lake. Your gall-bladder Is a "toxic. Some may be of nervous reflex
jars.Pick in small pieces. Halve grapes and muscle that serves the double pur- colds constipation, bilious indiges-of
a rainy day or a day be- seeds. reservoir and Its origin.How tion, sick headache engorgement
I remove Slice whole orange pose of a a pump. to Make the Bile Flow the liver and its allied organs, the
fore start similar to those of the
to look functions are
you canning :
thin. Cook fruits
very slowly over urinary bladder. About three hours But when the bile stops flowing stomach and kidneys, you will
'f, over your equipment and get it low heat until soft. Measure, add after eating, when the food is pass- freely, how can we help Nature startIt Calotabs a most dependable and effective -
clean for use. Dirty jars should % cup sugar for each cup of fruit. ing from the stomach into the intes- again? The answer is: Take Calo- eliminant. Millions of Calo
be boiled in soda water and Cook over slow heat for 20 minutes tines, your gall-bladder should beginits tabs at bedtime and drink water tabs have been used annually for
need have fear
freely the next day.* This formulais twenty years. You no
washed suds. Boil old contractions, thus pumpingthe
ids 20 minutes in. soap in soda'water then add nuts. Cook slowly, stirring bile into the small intestine where it designed to increase the force and of using them as directed.
occasionally- thick and clear Is mixed with your food. Bile is also frequency of contraction of the gall- Calotabs are quite economical-
;. using 1 teaspoon soda to 1 quart about Vfi Ifiurs. Seal in hot sterilized an essential digestive fluid aiding in bladder and the upper intestine only 25 centsJfor the family package
of water. glasses. the digestion and absorption of fats (duodenum), thus promoting the expulsion 10 cents for the trial package,at youij
Released by Western Newspaper Union.) and oils. Its absence inevitably of bile from the gall-bladder i druggist's. (Advertisement.1 .)

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Clewiston News .'. Spicer, Pat
The 4 loons were given as favors and ice
Campbell, Ella Faye Price, Chris-
cream and cake were served at the
TOO LATE TO refreshment hour. tine Bell, Mrs. Reginald Cassidy,
Published every Friday in Clewiston' .? Rev. and Mrs..
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS The guests included .Alfred Forest C. Taylor, H;

Tnc. Meador, Claire Hedke, Jimmy I R. Hall, Sandy Bell, Jr., Robert
CLASSIFY Knight, John Perry, Diane, Mathis, Deadwyler, Ed Clark! W., C. Owen,

ItEATIILE'DO"'DI'X, Editor .. ,Heather Guthrie, Sharon ,qrochet'1 Jr.; John Perry and Charles Roberts.
... Linda Lee, George Ann .. !

second' ; Cornette, Patsy Elder; Gene Fuller,
February 1927. at thesPcstiOfflcetin By RUSSELL KAY f_. Bethea Mueller, Paul Bowden, Gene "
the Act of .
Florida ,
Clewiston., 1897.Sobllt"rlptloa .- y. Berry, Benny Prewitt, Ronald Hare, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURALARCHITECTURAL
March President Florida Press Association ..t.I .
.. Shari Land, R'oij'ert. Dickson, Elea- DESIGNS
J Year. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..":..:..:..:-:-:-:..:-:..:. nor ,Vowell, "Jane:' McGowan, Alice Maps Estimates ...>.
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tate *2.0O Per '
McGowan and Marjorie Brown. JOHN H. DOTY
Advertising Rote On Application. remember one time when I for you?
was more or less young and ambitious Well, I gulped a couple of times Engineering Consultant I

: I took old Benjamin Franklin i and then said "How''about' depositin' MRS. SPICER :HOSTESS:"AT Hopkins Bldg.' Clewiston, .Fla.
Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and' Hendry and County.MEAVOER seriously. "Take care of your i a mess of canned : oysters?" Instead REHEARSAL PARTY 'ti

,pennies," Ben says, "and the dollars of slammin up :the 'phone or '

will take care of themselves." cussin' me out, the guy says "Cer I *t *2 *
Mrs. Leah Spice.r was hostess to
So instead of pitchin' 'em at cracks tainly, where are they and when ;
members of the'BeliSpicer i ,
wed- FOR SALESeveral '
flORIn.\PRbSS ASSOCIATIONNAimUEDITOMALASSOOAnCW 'r'stuffin' 'em in slot machines I can I see 'em?" ?' ': ,
\ I ding party at a,.dinner party at the
.- VIQHt ) started givin' 'em a nice home ina You see, it's, called, "field warehousing" Inn '
V pJgg e-bank, which I figured -;which' ,means storage following' .*the, u i rehearsal, Sat-
urday. evenlns't.: million tomato and
would, do as a start for my "dollar under bond right on your own '1. "
hatchery." property from lumber to tobacco. Included in.tjie group were Misses papper plants, some ready to set

Husbands and ,cotton farmers 'ap Well, just like Ben said, they Countless small enterprises dependon now.Vrite or wire Hardee
pear to have been made the happiest and untilI them for their existence. They
fruitful multiplied
,were County Seed and Crate Co., Wau-
by the shortage of silk. I had to get, a larger receptacle. Its. serve fishermen, lumbermen, farmers I ; chula, Fla. .
'. ,I' was fun to dump 'em all out on II --in fact anyone who producescrops Johnson's' tFish Camp 2t.

little more than three and count 'em now or manufactures goods.It .
Only a the -table every (Near Hurricane Gate) I '
, weeks until school, opens again. The I and then. A hundred pennies stacked is a national organization with I Clewiston, Fla.
will be crowding lots of activity neat little lookeda offices in cities throughoutthe f
, kids ., up in a pile principal Boats and Motors-Guide Service ''iX THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
: into this short .time.Everybody's .. :, lot, more important than an or- country and the list of articles Rated Reasonable I JUDGE IN AND FOR HENDRY

dinary dollar's worth of foldin' they store and finance is as longas "'Johnson j COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
Mgr. J
:,:' staying so buy'in'j[money. your arm. They have whaleoil : THE HATTER OF THE

. Clewiston this summer we haven't, Well, by and by .J had over $10 fertilizer materials, vegetable OF H. J. B. SCHARNBERG ESTATE, DE-

heard any good fish stories in along I worth so I figured maybe I ought I hampers, liquors, cigarettes, cigars I NOTICE CEASED OF FILING
time. to take 'em down to a regular peanuts, bulk salt, all manner AND APPLICATION FOR; -

. bank. Now I thought I knew all'' of canned goods, and countless FINAL DISCHARGETO
' I Dr. Walter F. ALL PERSONS
looks but I wish other items.
" The British cadets will be here about dirty you SAID ESTATE:
" the that bank For example a small canner at NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
:, and restaurants will have to could have seen one Osteopathic &
soon Physician Surgeon the
undersigned did on July 16, 1941,
when I dumped that Plant City is building a busi-
such things as teller gave me up
r learn to explain Office, Hopkins Building, file in the office of the County Judge
: "where is the ham in this ham- mess of pennies in his lap-and I ness with their support. He invented Clewiston in and for Hendry County, Florida,
reflected the that is somethinglike at the Court House at LaBelle Flor-
on a gadget
his feelings were I
f burger. \ Daily except Sunday and ida; her final report and application
faces of the folks standin' in line \ a converted washing machineto for I final discharge. ,
that Thursday DATED this 16th day of July. 1941.
behind peel potatoes-tiny spuds
;, Mr. Ickes says we'll get a taste me I Evening hours, Monday, Tuesday, I MARIE MARGARET SCHARNBERG,
service station That was a long time ago and he packs and cooks 12 or more to As Executrix of the Last Will and
t' 'rationing if the new Friday, Saturday.
-' don't" the experience slipped my mind I I the can, all ready to eat. I I' Testament of, H. J. B. SCharnberg,
closing hours conserve | Deceased.
,:..- gasoline. He might as well until just the other day I hearda Ii II Another concern is going places !1255-July 18-25, Aug. 18.
some cards. fellow say he was goin' down to with a new cattle feed made out of l C .------- ----------- ,
'r start printing the rationing r
his bank and deposit a couple of grapefruit and orange hull They
('':, Don't forget to attend the song truck loads of canned oysters. 1 I I just shovel hulls and cores into a .:..:..K..K K-H X' ..:-K":..:-:..:-:..:..:-:...:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:-:-:-:..:..:-:..:-.:.,.

= next Well, I'd heard of a lot of crazy machine and it comes out the other f A
Townsite Village
i, festival at
1 things in my time, but this was a end a dry flaky looking business 't. ..
-:' You'll hear some splen-
Saturday.did singing by the colored ,children new one on me. "Why don't you I that don't look or smell much different ':i: We Admit Astonishment-- :_:

adults. go directly to Chattahoochee and from some of our more pop V
und \ give yourself up?" I suggests, "it ular breakfast foods. And they 't' Q...
That new draftee song, "Good- would be a lot easier." tell me the cows take to it just like Y

bye dear, I'll be b'ack in a year" He looks at me kind of pityinglyand little Willie goes for his Wheaties.All :: wAt the number: of persons who have no :*.
"You, dumb cluck, this to andI
will have to be altered some. It says: poor was news me
ain't ever heard of a bankin'servi'ce found it interestin' and figured protection for their
looks like two years and probablyI' you : personal belongings :_:
longer for most of the boys in train- where you can deposit goods maybe you, might too. Just whenI I
: Ing. and take out cash?" Fishin' in get to thinkin' I know all thereis :f and ,household: goods. Are you. one of ;:=;:

v., his pocket, he pulls out a slip of to know and am wise to everything Y A
., It's time for us to give vent to paper with a telephone number on that is goin' on in Florida, ?. them?. We've covered number!: 'the :;:'

indignation. A Prince it and says: "Here, call ,this number something like this bobs up and I _: -' T: *" ':
: righteous :
(] Albert ad states that a lake in and tell the man you want to realize that my education is really past ,:-4 ;;:

E Minnesota is the largest lake in deposit a couple of tons of oysters just startin'. V Y

( : anyone state, an insult to our own and see what he .says." The woods are full of new in Y A
'.:' Okeechobee. I By this time I was really curious, dustries-little folks with ideas Y. -. A

1,:' so I took him up oil it and a kindly that give promise for the future--
{. The city's program of weed-cut- voice on the other end of the wire and Douglas Guardian is giving

,: ting and ditch cleaning is doing said:, "Douglas Guardian Warehousing them a helping hand and an en- :: Beardsley Insurance :!:
Corporation-what can we do I couragin' part on the back. ,
; a lot toward an improved appear- .. Y q
:o '
',: :ance of the townsite. Every property -
I;. owner should do his part to 'jL-= Agency ," > ", i .A:.
same boys couldn't play on the ::
:' help. team and be in the wedding at the I Po-T. A. SPONSORS .:. *. I :i: .

.- same time. However, no incident SUMMER ROUND-UP Phone. 66 for Ruth Beardsley or .' :;:

S':. r r..................................................................._N.........N NN.. ..N.. and marred practically the perfection all of Clewiston of the day hada I A, pre-school' for the physical ::;:: '___ ,_ Art Lawrence. ::

: I good time smiling at the bride examination of all children A :A

......, RAMBLINGS .I It Itt. and tear groom(why and DO shedding we cry'at a furtive wed- will who be have conducted not yet at entered the Clewiston school :!:.:..)+:-:.:-:-:..: :-;..:::..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:

.: By B. B. dings?) After the reception, Betty school; building next Tuesday after-

'I had all varieties of lipstick in all noon at two o'clock, it was an- ..;-.:..:..:-:..:..:..:-,:::..:,..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNIiNN11 N:N:..:NNN:N..NNNN:NNM'

:. -:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:" :":'.:":-:":..;..": locations but nobody seemed to nounced today by Mrs. Carl Berner, A '..
r -1 mind. president of the local P.-T. A, whichis + 1

sponsoring the clinic. ::: .. Y
i;t Sandy and Betty had as /? ::

:, :a home-town wedding as you'll ever i "Women continue _run on silk Dr. O. F. Schiffli has promisedthe

;; see. And even the weather-man stockings" says', a headline in' the P.-T. A, committee that eitherhe .
": ';. cooperated beautifully by giving us I daily paper. That's turning the or Dr. W. Orville Rigby will be

beaming sunshine at the appointed I tables, like the well-known "man present and give their services for .
: '. ... !
Ii hour.. The pretty bridesmaids (and I Itt bites dog" incident. the examination. The P.-T. A, committee .'. v 11
:t;, .
our home-town girls were not outshone i which will assist the doctor
- '', by the visiting lassies in the !I Alas, Pee Wee is no more. A 1 is composed of Mrs. E. C. Mills, :=: ::

:".' least) had very handsome ushers car struck the friendly little pup i'.Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. Carl .{.. j .._..

( as escorts. The bride was lovely ,the other night, and now Alston's Berner. A
r .r. WERE NOT V
*., ;and radiant as a bride should be. doesn't seem like home to Parker i| All parents of pre-school childrenare ..; 'r'
And if the little flower-girl doesn't I'I'lPO' any more. Pee Wee trotted at his urged to bring their childrenfor :: HORSEMENORIGINALLY ::
:: t tA
(:: make many a heart go pitty-pat heels as fast as her short little legs examination at this time. There I :: *z

: ; "when she's older we'll be fooled. I,would carry her, and am'used manya is no charge for the service. ?

;; We call it a home-town wedding, I customer by begging for ice t l My WtG WdNf00.A .Y.
' 'because that's what it Arlene cream. I HOIISE ?
: was. Jr. .!. .
Ralph O'Neal ': ..
v; Stewart ... ',
planned the garden arrangements ". ..
:h ., ; she and Viola Owen and j And now that we've learned to I.t.I / &h : k' ..

; Evelyn Lovvorn made th'e brides- I spell it, pronounce it, and even I Word was received in Clewiston .;' .Y Y.

t maid's bouquets and the corsages. describe it smorgasbord is moreappealing Saturday of the death on Friday t ..
than .. :_:' Explanation: on Page Ten) .
Only Betty's bouquet was a flor- ever. We can find 4' }
J'.. of Ralph M. O'Neal, Jr., 27, who I v ..
: ist's handwork, and if it nothing nicer of a Sunday evening '
you. put' was killed while working on a high :;: .: 7 :- :
beside our home-town' ones | than supper served from an iced I ::
you tension line at Carlstrom field, Ar- -' lr (I .t
: would say the only difference was I table on the terrace at the Inn. All cadia. O'Neal was employed by a I .::. .; *

Its size. Ruth B. Owens secured me, summer laziness was a long ,( West Palm Beach electric firm ',, ....

the bridal finery, and that makes I time catching up with me, but it who had a contract for work at I.A Y

it a home-town product,-even if has me in its grasp at last. I the field. .r._ .V.

.;.., the originals were pictured in I O'Neal resided, in Clewiston with : The Indian did have
Vogue! HAROLD BROdCDERICI'SPIIITIIDAY not a pocketful :r
his family until a few years ago. I
,new The, something something borrowed old, something i 1 CELEBRATED' At the time of his death his home ::t of rent receipts. Our loan plan enables :; ;
blue, and for extra good 'luck Mrs. W. R. Broaderick entertained was his in Webster.widow',. a He four-year'is survivedby old :;_: any family, with a regular income, to A Y

the American equivalent' of'a sixpence with a party at Millcrest apart- daughter, his parents, one brother. 'I :.;_:, build or buy'a home on terms as easy as :: '.w I
in her shoe were all worn ments Friday afternoon to cele- -
by the bride. A jewel belongingto brate the twelfth birthday of her and two sisters.CHILDREN'S *_ rent. Ask about it.'T *

' .- one of the girls, a bit of blue son, Harold. V
; ribbon from a very special gift, After a pleasant hour of games, V V
and one of Aunt Marion's dollars refreshments of hot dogs, punch and WAYNE KING ON BIRTHDAY Y

:. all had their part in the wedding. cake were served. Those invited v v

** >' '/aM-, were Sue Von Mach, Betty McDuffie Arthur Wayne King celebratedhis : nrrii mugi- y y

:One awiul thought struck us I Carolyn Robison, Cleo Scott, fifth birthday Saturday after A y

just before the wedding. What if i Nancy Moon, Curtis Pullen, Bob and noon with a children's party, at A Y V

the fire alarm should sound-and ,I Claud Williams, Raymond Trice, I which his mother, Mrs. A. H., King Y

with half of the men in the party I Danny Clark; Beryl Ingram and. t was assisted by Mrs. Julian Dick- V Y

members of the Volunteer Fire Department i Wilmer Bishop. Mrs. L. A, Moon son, Mrs. Joe Elder and Mrs. E. Y

A scheduled baseball : assisted Mrs. Bioaderick in enter M. Cornette.I f: 1

game was postponed because these 1 taining. I The children enjoyed games and :.:.=-..-..........-..........'...............-..-........................................:......:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::,


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Board Gives CARD OF THANKSWe later than Wednesday of next musical instrument and, will takeit ket knife and fishing tackle.

} County week. This is a wonderful opportunity along. Personal equipment Some of the recreational faciU-

., C. of C. $25 MonthlyLaBelle wish to express our heart- to attend a summer which each should take includes: ties which will be available to the
numberless for a week's vacation, and
felt thanks to our camp necessary items, 2 blankets, 2' boys are diamond ball
friends and to the officials and enjoy the facilities of beautiful sheets, 1 pillowcase, 4 towels toilet pitching, shuffle board
States Sugar Camp O'Leno which is being loaned ping pong
( News) employees of the United articles tooth paste, tooth brush, motor boating, fishing tournament
Corporation for their many acts the FFA by the state forestryand comb bathing suit trunks
commissioners Tues soap, ( ), etc. Mr. Keen is planning to take
The county of kindness during our recent park service. ,
change or clothes for rough woodsuse. his car and if
day voted to give the Hendry County -"I bereavement. Words are insufficient Any boy who is planning to go Desirable items are athletic car will accommodate one
Chamber of Commerce a monthly to express our gratitude. f should notify Mr. ,Keen, and should equipment, musical instruments, arrangements will be made for go,

- donation of $25 providing the Mrs. Fred Henriksen. also advise him if he plays any flash light, camera and films, poc- another car. ,.

chamber would cancel an old Indebtedness 1- Mrs. M. L. Arnold. I .
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of about $400 which ,

represents an unpaid balance dating BRIDGE CLUB MEETS

back to the time the commissionersgave WITH MRS. SMALL

the chamber- an allowance off DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON HILLS ?

$50 a month. Mrs. G. H. Small was hostess

the Wednesday evening to members of
Sam Heath, president of
chamber of commerce, and R. N. her bridge club. First prize was

Miller, chairman of the finance ,won by Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, and

ask second by Mrs. Jerome B. Wilcox.
committee, .who appeared to
for a monthly grant, said they Mrs. Small served fruit salad, .
food cake and lemonade to 1
thought the chamber would agreeto devils

this but could not tell for cer- I Mrs. Owens, Mrs., Wilcox, Mrs. M.

tain until the matter, is presented E. Von Mach, Mrs., P. M. McIntyre,

to the body at the next, meeting I I Miss Virginia Jordan, Mrs. Carl

which is Monday night. I Berner and Mrs. C. E. Miner.. ,

The board will cooperate 'with the
FFA Leadership CampTo
chamber in securing a site for an 5O.1Hp

airport, an emergency landing field, Be Held Aug. 17-23

in or very close to LaBelle, the G4

project to give employment to 'a atuow LD
J. F. Williams, Jr, state ad- eR u
group of local men who need work. u
visor of Future Farmers of Amer-
The board voted to sit'. as an
ica, has, announced a state FFA
equalization board Monday, August]I leadership camp to be held August

25, 10, a. m., in the commissionersroom I I 17.23 at Camp O'Leno (near Lake
at the courthouse taking it-
City, Fla.) 4
for granted that the tentative tax 1
roll submitted August 15 would be The camp will open with supper f.

accepted by Comptroller ,Lee and Sunday evening, August 17, and

continue through lunch Saturday,
Governor Holland and returned ,to
County Assessor Dannis Small August 23. Each person will pay

$4 for room 'and board for the weekat .
prior to that time.
the time of registration.H. .

E. Wood, itinerant teacher-
INFANT BAPTISM SERVICEAT trainer of the north district of ',1"

CHURCH SUNDAY MORNINGThe Florida, will be in 'dIrect' charge : 1'.:.. ,,'
: .
all teachers attend- : : ,,
and agricultural ,
sacrament of, infant. baptismwas ing the camp will be requested to : :
administered at the Community stay in camp with their boys. .:: : :

is given to five ,'
Church Sunday morning by Preference being : s
Rev. A. P. Vaughn to the baby son boys and the advisor of each chap-

of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and ter. However, if additional boys zpaz' .

the baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. would like to attend, the local ad-

'R. N. Smith. Godparents of the visor must make applications 'for

Ezelle baby who was christened them to be admitt'ed.Joel LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES

William Jennings were Mrs., T.. B.' Keen, ,advisor of the Clew-

Shelley and A. W. Sias; and god- iston chapter, requests all boys in- INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .'

parents of Sally' June Smith were terested in attending the camp to

Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig. please get in touch with him not


a municipal corporation. '. '- '

vs. ".' r J'Complainant. 'r : .. _

Defendant. 'I ,
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I! .' /f' h'" ..,..; To all persons and corporations interested in or' having any lien or claim upon any of the lands describedherein
: ...?. ..., : .
j I 'Y. You are hereby notified that the City of Clewiston, a municipal corporation, has filed its bill of complaintin
the above named court to foreclose delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for. Subsequent Years with
; ',l" interest and penalties upon the parcels of land set forth in the following schedule, all of said parcels lying and
being in the City of Clewiston, Hendry County, Florida the aggregate amount of said Tax Certificates and Unpaid -
'q Taxes for Subsequent Years against said respective parcels of land, as set forth in said bill of complaint,

\ ......,:, ". being set opposite such parcels in the following schedule to-wit: ,
';q- .>r.: :,.w,::..
!: jiJ.ij '-
: } -
:li-t Description of Lands: .
The General Plan of Clewiston -
'1\4e VAJOP'fATHCW' 'fI' Florida, as revised Sep-
NOVI ARCRartoRU Pl.IJ ? tember 7, 1037, according; to
057 A4 A plat recorded In Pint Book
NAttilGlAlEAf11REMPoR7EDfRAMlNjflW. { 2, pages! 71 to 78, Inclusl-ye, AMOUNT OF TAX CERTIFICATES FOR SUBSEQUENT
\ Public Record of Hendr'7 YEARSTOTAL
ocHe D1 staNcEt FOREIGN SWRCfS -INAUSIltl li3f1JfENAMAr4746 County, Florida. Tax Year Tax Year
fl2 RESEARCH 11M NOW l'EIAPEDp1tls Lot Block 1932 1933 1034 193 1936 1931 1938 1939 1940
8011 QMKftc su8mvT&fas 11I//01 MEE'f 'y W 23 6.25 6.25 6.150 7.00 6.65 6.65 39:4(
R EP /'fMEGirMANO5C1rA/RPIANEEN6/NE? : 31 23 (Bal) 4.94 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.65 1S.65 38.09
32 23 6.25 6.25 '6.60 7.00 6.65 6.65 39.40
I" 23 yi; ., 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
. F .... 24 ". 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.3IJ
: '1. 25 ',<, 21S 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75
26 ':', 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
27 : ', .. 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4'.55, 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
: 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
: > 26
;; r
IAS yeARs I COMg 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
( 29 --' 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 '4.80
AND EXCESG 30 :,- I 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 42.30
9 '. ',' 139 5.58 3.38 3.38 4.04 4.04 4.26 4.40 4.18 4.18 37.44
{ ,', 141 3.10 3.10 3.70 \ 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 29.10
iII 154 U.S. CORPORATIONS 9 ; J 5.60 5.70 5.70 41.9
12 .: 1'11 7.02 4.22. 4.22 5.06 5.06 5.34
WOULP PAy 6 ), 175 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 20.03 19.15
2.75 5.00
r FOR 6 1 ..I.;''",.. "j'!;: '. 195 176 3.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 34.20
/zBATILESHIPS. 23 ,'.* \ 195 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 22.80 60.35
i 4 -f, 196 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 34.20
7 .;: .*,,,; 201 3.70 3.70 4.00 4.75 4.75 20.9D
3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 29.10
10 ;,j :. 202
4 ijz -1. 2 :c:; } : 201 4.62 2.82, 2.82 3.36 3.36 3.54 .60 3.80 3.80 31.72
40 1 3. '.' 201 4.62 2.82 2.82 3.36 3.36 3.54 ,).60 3.80 3.80
CRUISEKS.PURSUIT 3 ,', -:' ; 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 22.3S
. ;: # 22.33
I 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85
4 h 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34
RoUIL55.2,643 5 '? '>.' '. 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85. 22.38 22.38
';:. 208 3.18 1.9& 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85
6 '
/ 10NAVI6A1H RIVERS ( aTro1AL A I 11 21 :;,,. ;! ., 208 208 3.18 3.18''' 1.98 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.40 2.85 2.85 2.85 2.85 22.3S 15.60

: .. .. IN'AiENf. 22 '' :;& v. 208 3.18 1.98. 2.n 3.18' 2.40 3.20 3.80 2.85 3.80 2.85 29.21 16.60
on 24 J 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02
38 778 : 4.14 2.54 2.543,02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 29.24
J 25 p'-. .
' 29.21
-! OUTPUf Of Alloy LI6XlZy 26 '. fr'" -' 208 4.lt 2.54 2.54 3.02' 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80
s1fL: IN TUl COUHTRV LAST YEAR 28 208 2.5-i 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 22.56
WAS 60% ABOVE 19J9 PRODUCfIot1ANCI' 7ANAABWE 'SI 1 '29 If;; .. 208 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 \ 22.56
I 'l11E PREVIOUS ANNUAL RfCORP 1 ,' : 355 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.42 1.U 28.20
23 "*. 355 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.90 25.61 25.H
28 356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 2.85 1.14
39 .: 356 4.14 2.5-i 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 114; 24.68
40 356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 24.68
41 356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.U 24.68
361 2.68 2.82 2.80 2.66 2.66 13.6
13 '
15 '. 371 4.62 3.36 3.36 3.54 3.60 3.42 3.42 25.33
17.30 18.30 20.00 22.80 38.00 116.40
19 378 38.10 22.70 22.70 27.50 27.50 29.10 32.00 26.60 28.50 255.30
Quiz ] 13 ";, ". 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 4.75 4.15 52.'D
14 I 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 1.40 1.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 60.60
, BOND 15 385 10.20 6.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 $0.50
16 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 1.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 60.60
" L 17 385 10.20' 5.90 6.20 21.00 21.00'21.00 24.00 3.80 3.80 118.10
I 4 411 2.32 2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28 11.1S
5 411 2.32. 2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28' 11.7S
14-15-16 412 5.10 5.10 22.40 22.40 23.70 22.80' 101.50
Q. In what denominations are Defense Savings Stamps avail 27 422 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.J'2 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14 29.45 24.49
3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 1.71 1.14
28 422 5.10 3.10 3.10
: able? 27 423 3.02 3.02 3.20 1.71 1.14 12.09
28 423 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14 2'.49

c' .. A. Ten cents, 25 cents, 50 cents, $1, and $5. An album is 29 423 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.90 3.18 3.20 4.00 3.80 1.71 3.80 1.14 34.20 24.49

given free with first stamp purchase to mount. stamps of 35 36 446 446 5.10 6.30 3.10 3.80. 3.10 3.80 3.10 4.55 3.10 4.55 4.80 5.00 3.80 3.80 18.00 40.40 ,

25 cent's up. 9 498 2.70 1.70 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 13.60 }
2.00 1.90 1.90
10 498 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10
15 498 2.70 1.70 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 18.00
Q. In what denominations are Defense Savings Bonds avail 7 506 1.50 1.00 1.00 1.15 1.15 1.20 1.00 .95. .95 9.90


In addition to the amounts set opposite each parcel of land In the foregoing schedule. Interest and penalties,

A. You can buy a Series E Bond for $18.75, $37.50, $75, $375, as provided by law on such delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes to be for enforced Subsequent and foreclosed Years, together In this suit.with a
of the costs and of this suit are spught
proportionate part expenses
or $750. The prices of Series F Bonds range from $74 You are hereby notified to appear and make your defenses to said bill of complaint on or before the 1st date day;

to $7,400 ; Series G Bonds from $100 to $10,000. of September, A. D. 1941, the same being a Rule Day of this Court barred and from if you thereafter fail to contesting do so on or said before suit,said and said
the bill will be taken as confessed by you and you will be and
respective parcels of land will be sold by decree of said Court for nonpayment of said taxes, and interest pen-
NOTE.-To purchase Defense Bonds and Stamps go to the nearest post alties thereon and the costs of this suit. this the

office, bank, or savings and loan association; or: write to the IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official 'seal of said Court, .04
25th day of July, A. D. 1941. ,
Treasurer of the United States, Washington, D. C., for a mail (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) WILLIAM of the Circuit T. HULL.Clerk Court,

order form. Florida.w .
257-Aug. 181522. Hendry County,


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FR IDY t AUGUST 8, ''1041

Gasoline ConservationIs occur when curtailment really sets road '''transportation costs. limited funds allocations were school in Lakeland
in. One chap, irked over our continued made on a population basis so that are made'possible'whose appointments

Felt In Florida Since a large percentage of shipment of oil to Japan, suggests each 'county 'might be benefitted 50 per cent increase in drivers by a
Florida's fruit and vegetable crops that we might :demand that to an extent that would permitthe mits which per-
are moved to northern markets by she divert a number of her tankersto removal of the most pressing'cases Heretofore next year' will cost ?1.
one man
Tampa, Aug. 7-(FNS)-Florida, motor truck, growers and shippers our service and keep our Atlantic from the county rolls. or three counties, was to assignedtwo

along with other eastern seaboard are worried over the prospect of ports supplied in return for The enlarged program is to follow the state lacked funds cover because

states, 'felt the first pinch of gasoline curtailed transportation facilities. the favor of our keeping her planes' the lines of old age assistanceand ploy more. to em-

conservation this week as practically Chamber of Commerce''officials in the sky and 'her factory wheels aid to the blind. This will Reichgoot was introduced ''

'all gas stations in the state see a threat to our tourist trade turning. not only be in conformity with social Chief Deputy Sheriff K. H. Mc-'to,

closed their doors from 7 p. m... to this fall and winter and feel that practice and '''in keeping with Call Tuesday at the
7 a. .m., Florida ,is being unjustly dealt within Jan. 19-24 ,Dates Set for the spirit of the social ,securityact Sergeant Tobe A. Bass who la located by-

Wholesalers ,and retailers ,interviewed ,view of the fact that motor: it was pointed out by the public in Fort Myers and who is in

were skeptical of the travel to this state will be severely Florida Orange FestivalWinter assistance department ot the charge of 'the eight men of the 'new
affected while travel to California State Board, but will distribute the
plan from the standpoint of actually sub district patrol covering Hen-

cutting the use of gas. They all I and the west is not penalized. Haven, Aug. 7-FNS- grants in each county in proportion dry, Glades, Lee, Collier and

told of heavy 'sales as motorists Proposed pipelines are expectedto to need, rather than in proportion Charlotte Counties. .
The Festival Association
bring relief, but these are being to population.
stormed stations to be sure their planned to serve the east and I announced this week that New applicants for drivers per-

tanks were full for the night. dates for the 18th annual exposition mits will in ,the future be thoroughly
Florida will not be benefitted .'as
The general belief was that the it is not planned to deliver either have been set for the weekof Tax Roll To BeFinished examined by the patrolmen.

,. move would only serve to inconvenience I gas or crude oil to this state by January 19-24, one-- week earlier Heretofore no tests were given because

a few long distance I pipe line and we must continue to than a year ago. Aug. 15 I' the patrol was so small. If

travelers and these were preparing get our supply by tanker as at The date was advanced to con- too many complaints come in about

for the emergency by carryingan I form with the annual conventionof II a person who already has a license
extra can of. gas in the back oi the United Fresh Fruit and County Tax Assessor Dennis Sergeant Bass said, or someone gets
Local garage men, seeing an opportunity Small said he hoped to have the
their car. Vegetable Association, scheduled to many tickets for traffic offenses
for increased business, tentative tax assessment roll fin
It was pointed out that there is be held at Bellalr, Jan. 1723. he will be examined and
began advertising special service to ished by August 15 so that he could
no actual shortage of gasoline, simply I Festival officials 'said a special failing to pass the test 'will have
motorists, pointing out that proper submit it for the approval of Gov- his license
a limit on transportation facilities program was being arranged at the suspended until he is
adjustment of carburetor, fuel ernor 'Holland and Comptroller Jim
due to so many tankers exposition in honor of the ,visitors able ,to stand the examination
pump and ignition system will result I Lee which must be done accordingto
having been taken from their regular and 2,000 delegates are expectedto
in a saving of up to 15 percent law before the roll is handed to
coastwise runs and placed in attend. Engineer
in gas consumption, and offered the board of county commissionersfor Hearing On
I !
trans-Atlantic service. All indications point to the com
to service cars at special approval.
Railway officials say there is no ing Festival being the finest ever I Islands To, Be Held
rates. staged, with more and better exhibits :I Assessor. 'Small said he had no
shortage of.tank cars at this time
AAA officials point out that lowest new way of telling how long the document I
and attractions Notice is
and contend that rail hauls can relieve many I thisweek by
consumption of gas occurs when I would be in the possession of i .
the situation but probably I and entertainment Col .W. C. Weeks, district engineer
cars are operated at 20 miles an the Tallahassee officials before they
of the U S.
Engineers of
would increase the cost to consumers > a hear
hour and urge drivers to maintain accept it and pass it' back to him
ing to be held next
a cent or two a gallon. 7 Families Receive Wednesday,
such speed 'for ordinary travel. for presentation to the board. 'If August '13, at two o'clock in Belle
Administrator Ickes bluntly warns The public at large seems more the roll is accepted by the stateas Glade for the of
purpose hearing
the public that gas consumptionmust or less indifferent to the situation. $32.29 During July it is the county commissioners evidence with view
a, : to determining -
be voluntarily reduced twenty- I Few if any drivers have shown a will approve 'it at a call meeting whether the existing project
five percent or other measures will to voluntarily reduce consumption
tendency' August 25 at the courthouse after (Caloosahatchee-Okeechobee
LaBelle News) shouldbe
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be employed, probably the issuanceof and take the attitude thatif which
they sit as an equalization
During the month of July 7 families modified in any way at this timeto
"ration" cards and hints
on a don't get somebody else
they gas board to hear complaints offered
protection for
received Ritta
of 20 children $32.29for ,
limit of five week for
gallons a will, so they continue to keep their aid to dependent children by taxpayers. If the state I I Kramer and Torrey'Islands in the

pleasure cars with larger rations tanks full and there is little evidence granted at '$1.30 per child. officials reject the roll Small saidit I I south 'end of the lake.PERSONAL.
Tor business vehicles able to
prove that drivers are reducing would have to ,be done over.
The State Welfare Board announced
their need. !
either in the cities or on
speed that district boards have Accordingly, it. impossible. to
.. With state revenue for many state highways. been authorized to begin investigation say that the commissioners will receive i
purposed dependent on gas consumption Some see the move as an effortto
the the 25th
tax roll and sit
at once of sufficient applications ,
state officials are won force the construction, of pipe
as an equalization board, Assessor
on file to bring the total investigated
dering what steps can be taken to lines, which have long been desired '
to 50 per cent of 'those Small declared. He also stated he \
offset the loss in that will to avoid railLet
revenue by oil companies,
filed in each county. At this time could not at this time estimate the

are total value.of the tax roll. Jane I'm ready to confess!
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Hendry. You thought I had some special

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I to State Welfare ,Commissioner good as mine today Just be

Clayton Codrington, levied an increased Own Patrolman sure to get Rumford Baking

-" '.' -.. : gallonage tax on wine, an Powder, then you can use any

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heavy solely
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of Aid to Dependent Chil For the first time Hendry Coun-
the right amount to use of Rum-
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Supply duce :well over ha'U' a: million dol' trolman. George Reichgoot has time. And Rumford contains

lars in revenue, which will be been assigned to Hendry and will no alum, never leaves a bitter

matched equally by the federal gov have his headquarters at LaBelle.. taste. FREE. Send for new booklet
containing dozens of .
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: by are beginning' to flow Into the though his car has not yet'arrived.. baking. Address: Rumford

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' Bell of Clewiston, Mrs. Reginald FOR SALE Chickens
Are AtBride's Fancy
Bell-Spicer Nuptials Performed Cassidy, Miss Pat Campbell of Mi- broilers-reasonably priced. Mr .
: ami, and Miss Ella Faye Price of
Personals ] F. H, Doub! LaBelle.
L I Home Here Sunday Afternoon Tallahassee.FOR "
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I! SALE-Tools and, machinery; .
'The marriage of :Miss Anne istic fraternity. Since her gradua- CLEWISTON
..._, .3 Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Weidler spent I I the property of my late husband. I
Elizabeth Spicer 'and Sandy Bell, (tion she has resided in Clewistonand TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP ,
1 the week-end in Miami. Mrs. ,',
: Fred Henriksen. ,-
4 Jr., was solemnized Sunday after- is now clerk to the Hendry
:' t l I -- noon In" a pretty"'ceremony' perform: ( County:''selective service board: Anything: In Plumbing! Fixture

\ Miss Virginia Jordan spent the ed in the Spicer gardens In the j I Mr. Bell is the son of City Marshall 'J'' t- Prompt,' Efficient Service

I \ week-end, in,;Tampa. presence of a large assemblage' of I| and Mrs. I., S. ,Bell, Sr. He FOR RENT.-Large room furnished PETER I
- u ( I friends and relatives of' the couple. !graduated in 1935 from Lake Worth for two persons. Separate Mgr.
',< Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and The single ring ceremony ;'was per- |High School, where he was prominent entrance. Across highway from

sons, Frank and Eddie, spent last formed by Rev. Forest' 'C.: Taylor : in athletic activities, and moved Hendry County Motor Co. Phone

! -V-. ., week at Fort Myers Beach. former minister of --Clewiston l I to Clewiston later in that year. He
102. Catherine M. Jarvis.
... -- Community Church, now:. ::of Fort ': is employed as cashier of the Clew-
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley of I Lauderdale. .,:_ .. ,., I'I iston Realty and Development Cor- l J. M. COUSE
; Miami spent the week-end in I o .
iston. Tfie gardens ,formed a pretty poration. .1 FOR SALE-Two 9-month old bird :Counselor and Attorney at Lai '
: ', background for the wedding. An I I Upon their return to Clewiston Hopkins Building
dogs, easy to control. Full blood
d' Ellis aisle marked with'loV! ._,white posts Mr. and Mrs. Bell will reside in
Mr. and Walston spent pointers, cross-breed Rip Wednesdays' and
j with Saturdays
I Rap.
in Okeechobee and led to a spot beneath 'a :"poinciana' the Alston house on Pacific Avenue. .
the week-end "'II.
j tree where the wedding :party stood I Out-of-town guests at the wedding $50 for the two. Will. Furlough, 9:SO to 4:00 '
. Brighton. ( I
i I before a screen of bamboo,: coral included Mr.:: and Mrs. Jess Box 1319, Clewiston.

; a Mrs. G. B. Thomas and daughter, vine and plumbago.. Bouquets of Hardy, Mrs. M. A. Goldstein, Mrs. I .

Mary Louise, were, visitors in West I.i flowers were attached- to each post i Jack Deadwyler of West Palm .
.i Palm Beach Wednesday. I along the aisle. : Beach, Mr. and Mrs. N. R.' Hager,

A program of nuptial, music was Sr., of Delray Beach, Mrs. A. H.
Charles E. Smith, Jr., of Avon given by Mrs. John H. Doty, pianist, Vernier, Lieutenant Curtis, Mr. and
Park is visiting his aunt, Mrs. E. and Robert N. Smith, vocalist. Mrs. Mrs. David Lithgow, Miss Margaret Three Years
E. Kelly and Mr. Kelly. Doty's numbers were "Evening: Star" Roberts, Miss Mary Connell, Miami,
-- from Tannhauser (Wagner) ; The Mrs. D. M. Draughn, Miss Eliza-

1 j Billy Berry is leaving ,this afternoon Rosary (!!=Ethelbert Nevin) ;: Salut I' beth Draughn, Moore Haven, Mrs. We've been preaching ,one sermon about
1 for a visit of several days in d'Amour (Sir Edward ,Elgar).. Mr. Forest C. Taylor, Fort Lauderdale, '

) Atlanta and in Blakely, Ga. Smith's numbers' were, ",-O PromiseMe I i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Deadwyler and Clewiston property-BUY WHILE IT'S

i (deKoven), and "I .Love You daughter, Janet, of West Palm
> Rev. A. P. Vaughn of Fort Myers Truly" (Carrie Jacobs ;Bond.) The I Beach. CHEAP. Like many preachers we've
spent Sunday in Clewiston. He i ii' Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin was I ----- "
F i' conducted the' morning services at'I'. used as processional and Mendell- BRIDE-ELECT IS HONOREEAT been discouraged in the past. Now we're

,\ the Clewiston Community Church. I'';sohn's Wedding March as recession1 1 I LUNCHEON SATURDAYMiss
;al. '. I making converts every day.
\ Elbert L. Stewart and Jack Moor- First to enter the garden were I Betty Spicer, whose mar-

3. man left Monday for a two weeks' the minister and the groom, accom- | riage to Sandy 'Bell, Jr., took place

\ vacation which they are spending panied by his best man, J. Robert j Sunday afternoon, was honoree at
': in Western North Carolina.i Deadwyler. As they took their
a luncheon given at the ClewistonInn
1 llaces'at the altar, ,the wedding Saturday by Mrs. Keathley J. IL. Beardsley
Mr. and' Mrs. R. C. Wilson left procession began, led by the ush Bowden. -

,, Tuesday for Marietta, Ga., to spend, ers, Edward D. Clark, John Perry, The hostess gave Miss Spicer a Real Estate and Insurance "
a two weeks' 'vacation with rela- W. C. Owen, Jr., and Charles of
\ gift salad forks in her chosen
,',, tives. Roberts. Following these were the ,pattern of silver. Since the guests PHONE 66 '
bridesmaids, Miss Ella Faye Price, included
only the girls of the wed-

left Mr.Thursday and Mrs.f r'a J. L.vacation McDaniels visit I Miami Tallahassee Miss, Miss Christine Pat Bell Campbell' sisterof ding party, Miss Spicer presented ,Bob Beardsley Ruth Beardsley
I with relatives and friends at various ,; the groom, Clewiston, and Mrs.. them bracelets.with her gifts' white and gold Evelyn Kellems Art Lawrence

points in, Georgia. Reginald Cassidy, Miami. They
j j ; The guests were Miss Spicer,
blue taffeta
were .dressed alike in
,j Miss Lee Lester of Miami ac- frocks, with tight-fitting bodices Miss Roberta Spicer, Miss Christine I' _',

Arthur 0., Oliver ..
? companied Mrs. and puffed sleeves, and full, tiered -..--.-- .

here for the week-end at the skirts. They wore crownless hats .----- '-' .
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I Oliver's apartment. 3f blue maline and carried arm
bouquets of- garden flowers tied
Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn left
Mr. and
t with pink tulle. Miss Roberta
for visit with relatives -
) this morning a
Spicer was her sister's maid of
?} and in South
in Augusta
,1 honor and wore rose taffeta with a

I Carolina. deep lace yoke, full, short sleeves,
' closely fitted bodice and 'a long,
Mr. and Mrs? JCarl E. Johnson
tiered skirt. Her' hat was of ,rose
and sons, Jimmy and Eric, are
tnallne and her flowers ,were tied
4 spending a two weeks' vacation in with blue. Preceding the bride was
Sarasota, Live Oak and Jackson
the little flower girl, Janet Dead-
I.i ville. wyler,. niece of the groom. She

wore a long, blue marquisette; dress
Bob Daugherty, who has been
I with a hat of the same
employed here for several months ,
material and scattered rosepetalsfrom
,{ on the U. S. geological survey
a pink arm basket
.j party was transferred last week to
The bride entered the
Birmingham and has moved there. on arm
of H. R. Hall, who presented her I NN ,

,j, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. :Mills and in marriage. Her bridal gown was I'

sons, Gene and Bub, returned Saturday of white marquisette, made with

j, from/ a two weeks' vacation, long full sleeves. Bands ,of d'- .. "
': which esprit lace trimmed the neckline
; during they visited at Marco
i for a few days, spending the rest and wrists and outlined the fitted

of the -time at Fort Myers Beach. waistline. The full skirt fell in.
a long train. Her veil was::, of white I

i Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Jr., illusion, finger-tip length and' was I

of Orlando, former Clewiston resi- caught with a tiara trimmed with !I S r q ,. .,
,;' dent, are parents of a baby girl orange blossoms. The bride's flow- ': ?;S '
:: who arrived July 25th. The baby ers were an arm bouquet of rosebuds "

":I weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces and tube roses and baby's breath. : ,: I

has been named Julia Nancy. Following the wedding an informal -

reception was held in the .
<, Mrs. M. L. Arnold arrived by garden during which the bride cut S

1 plane Sunday evening from Caliente, her wedding cake. Assisting in

: She was called here by serving punch and cake to the y$,' .4 n .
, ,: the death 'of her, father, Fred L. guests were Miss Mildred Durst,
':j'Neyada Henriksen, and is remaining for Miss Florine Moore, 'Mis3 Barbara A .

J some time with her mother. Morrison and Miss Elizabeth / .
Draughn. Later in the evening the

Mr. and Mrs. R. :M. Hare, Jr., bride and groom left, for a week's j / -

:i i are parents of a baby girl, who was stay at Daytona Beach. For I
:1 born Saturday August 2at the travelling the bride wora a tailored

: Clewiston Hospital. The baby, who dress of 'powder blue with harmon 11 I : /i '
J. weighed 7 pounds 10 ounces has izing blue and pink accessories.The .

been named Martha Christine.Mr. bride's mother Mis., LeahL. I -
:1 Spicer, wore an afternoon dressof

and Mrs. R. H. Knight are aviation blue crepe; Mrs.. 1. s.1 r I '
parents of a baby boy, who arrivedat Bell, ,Sr., mother of the groom, f a
the Clewiston' Hospital Thurs- wore white I crepe; Miss Marion I

,; day morning. He weighed 8* Leydig, aunt, and Mrs. I. D. Leydig,
:' pounds at birth and he and his grandmother of the bride, were

.1 to mother are getting along nicely. dressed in rose crepe. Their corsages -
; were of pink rosebuds.Mrs. .

..;j Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thomas returned Bell is the elder daughter .
.J! over the week-end from a of Mrs. Leah L. Spicer and Dr.

t-, short wedding trip and are making John H. Spicer of Cumberland,

, :l: their' home at present with Mr. Maryland, and granddaughter of I
f and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence. Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig. She
; I I
j Thomas is the former VirginiaSaxon. II graduated from the Clewiston High
, ;Y School and received her A. B. degree -I
; from Florida State College for
: Mr. and Mrs. V.". R. Broaderick Women. She is a member of Kappa: j ., iI

;r., and son, Harold, were visitors in Alpha Theta fraternity and of I
>-'.- Sebring over- the week-end. Hart Alpha Chi Alpha, honorary journal-

:: old's tonsils were removed Saturday 1. : .
j.," at Weem's hospital, and he is
:S. recuperating nicely at his home Emma Jane Ezelle, 7 ,year old
.': here. daughter of '''Dr. and Mrs. J. W.

K. Ezelle, underwent an emergency
James Wynn, who spent a week appendectomy at the Good Samaritan -
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hospital in West Palm Beach
A. P. Wynn, left Sunday to returnto Wednesday Both Dr. and Mrs.
Fort Benning, Ga. James has Ezelle have been with her most of
fully recovered from injuries su- the time since then and report that
stained in an accident during army she is in splendid condition since
maneuvers several weeks ago. I the operation.

hes done, this Tanner has put.some

5MOKyy landing bunches'on us Mex, they renegades work with up the to UNIFORM- IMPROVED INTERNATIONALSUNDAY I I Lockless Suez CanalThe I

I Yakis, and his Indian scouts have

spotted where we make our cross- i Suez canal is a sea-level
ings. Seems like theres anyway a "ditch," requiring no locks. The
dozen bands of them havent got any- Lesson narrow ditch, in the sand runs for
LE MAY W.N.U. Release thing else to do but lay watching'those 104.5 miles through desert and
and wait us'out.. By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
this than the world crossings, Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof marshy land from Port Said on
INSTALLMENT 7 tIe 'in country "About half of them is carryingnew the
has any use for. I don't think you (Released by Western, Newspaper Union.) to Port Taufiqon
THE STORY SO FAR American guns and plenty am- the Gulf of Suez. Its channel
busty King and Lew Cordon had built up a can bother with any man his cattle.any more" munition. They got our hide nailedto depth is. now 45 feet, and its nar-

vast string of ranches which stretched from by fooling think.Let's the fence, all right and, we are Lesson for August 10 rowest width is 70 yards. Although
Texas to Montana. King was killed by his "Never mind what you" through." it has been concreted at some
competitor Ben have,what you know.
powerful;and unscrupulous
Thorpe. Bill Roper. ,King's adopted son. "I 'nosed around and tried to find It, was a long,time before Ropersaw Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected places to halt erosion, the banksare .
undertook to break"Thorpe's power. His out what promises Tanner's been Lee .Harnish again. He.did not Council and of Religious copyrighted I Education by International; used by chiefly sand or gravel.
first step was to start, cattle war In Texas. making for cattle. on spring deliv accept Harnish's statements off- permission. The northern half of the canal
He made this decision against the opposI- eries. I didn't learn everything. No- hand; but when ,he had conferred cuts straight through the desert;
of Lew Gordon and the tearful pleading JAMES TEACHES
of his sweetheart Jody Gordon. With the body learns everything. But I got with Dave Shannon, and others! of the southern half leads through a
aid of Dry Camp Pierce and other outlawgunmen. enough to total up." the border men in whom he be- CHRISTIAN LIVING chain of small lakes which act as

Roper conducted raid after raid Shoshone Wilce hesitated, and lieved, he was forced to accede that;; "expansion chambers" to help
upon Thorpe's herds. Cleve Tanner manager didn't say any more until he had border-running phase of the. 'attack 4:13-17 LESSON; 512.GOLDEN TEXT-James. 1:17-22; 2:14.17; take up the flow of the four-foot
of Thorpe's Texas holdings;seemed got a cigarette rolled. In the mid- on Tanner was done. "' TEXT-Pure religion and undefiled tide from the Red sea.WORLD'S .
helpless to stop' him. In spite of dwindled his daring dle of rolling his cigarette he went As February drew to a' close, the before God and the Father Is this
plans. Roper's resources had To visit the fatherless and widows In their
dangerously low by the time winter came. into a coughing fit, and spilled the big herds, were once more being affliction and to keep himself unspotted
And Thorpe seemed not to feel the losses. tobacco, so that he had to start over thrown together for the trail. from the world.-James 1:27. LARGEST SELLER

again. It was deep into March when Tex AT10StJOSEPH

CHAPTER X "Bill," he said at last, "Cleve Long quit. Spiritually minded but very practical ASPIRIN

Tanner's going to drive more cattle "Look," Tex Long said, "look." was James,_ an outstanding

The winter dragged out slowly. this year than he's ever drove be- He did not talk easily;. whateverhe leaderin, the Church (Gal.-2:9; Acts

Roper's plans, bold as they were, fore. In just one bunch alone he said was matter-of-fact, even 15)) and the brother of our Lord. His Use of Facts
had been well laid. -He had perceived -' aims to deliver fifteen thousand headon now. "I ,got to pull out of this epistle speaks little about Christ, but Real knowledge consists not in
from the,first that success or the banks of the Red!" game." it reflects more of His teachingsthan an acquaintance with facts, which

failure depended-upon whether or "He's crazy!" Roper shouted. "He Bill Roper looked at nun, without any of the other epistles.: It only makes a pedant, but in the

not he could make his war with can't do it-it's impossible!" expression. "All,right. How.much parallels the sermon on the mount use of facts, which makes a philosopher -

Tanner self sustaining. To gnaw "Well-he' thinks he can. He you figure I owe you?" and in that way, as well as other .-Bucki .
away at the Tanner herds was-- one' knows his cattle counts better than Tex smiled. "Nothing." ways greatly resembles the teach

thing; to turn their captures into me. But-I've been all up and down A very rare flush of anger came ings of Jesus.
cash was altogether another this country, and I don't see but into Bill Roper's face. "Tex, what's There is so much inconsistency INDIGESTIONwhat

Roper had hoped that he could ini- what he can." the matter with you?" among Christians in their daily walk Doctors do for It'
said "the that nothing could be needed Doctor* know that KM trapped In the stomach or
the north "Well Roper more
tiate his'own drives to anyway,
Tex Long made a quick, futile gullet may net like ahalr-trigjreron the heart.They
good. We'llgo than a careful study of the exhorta- set gas free with the fastest-acting medicines known
but he had found this out of the border gangs are going
gesture with his hands. "We usedto -too fastest act like the medicines in Bell-.. !
question. On the other hand, the on with it, and keep going on be able to jump down on them. tions of James. Tablet doesn'tprove Try Bell.ans Bell-ens today.bettertetnrn If the bottle FIRST to ue DOSE andreceive
trail drivers had found themselves "Bill," Shoshone said, "how long We can't do that now. The Bert I. Be Doers of the Word-Not DOUBLE money back.Yoe.at alt drug stores.

50 vulnerable that none of them can you go on, the way it's costingyou Johnson place is studded with rifles Hearers Only ((1:17-22)).

wanted to buy cattle of questionable now?" until a man can't take a step. Knowing God's will is important, Effect of Society

ownership.The "Not much farther, I guess." Every place you'll find out it's the but it amounts to little except to Society is the atmosphere of

Thorpe-Tanner ,organizationdid "You going to have to quit?" same. There isn't going to be anything bring condemnation upon us, unlesswe souls; and we necessarily imbibe'

not have this problem; they took Roper shook his head. "I'll never more we can do. We went do it. It is good to hear with from it something which is either -

what they wanted and? drove what quit now, Shoshone; I can't quit. good for a while. But they got or- swift apprehension, but there is no infectious or salubrious.TO .
they wanted, by means of their'own ganized, now. We're through." point in talking about what we have

trail outfits. But Roper could now Tex Long was only one of Bill heard unless we practice it.

only dispose of cattle for the trail Roper's picked gunfighters, but he God is the "giver of every good CHECK I A
through ranchers known to.be. i was one of the best. As March and perfect gift." His very good- t...

scrupulous and established men. drew on, Roper lost four more. ness should prompt us to lay :.side I $

This was the strategic purpose be- Into the Big Bend, into the valleyof everything which dishonors His

hind Roper's rehabilitation of the wj the Nueces, Cleve Tanner had name. Wrath, (v. 20), all uncleanness 666Increase

eleven outfits which Tanner had orig- / flooded such a power of gunfighters of speech or thought, pride (v. + try/e666

inally seized, and which Roper had as Bill Roper would not have be- 21)-all these must go, and will go,
now put back into the hands of their lieved. He had supposed that he as we permit the Word to take root

proper owners. These re-established could outplace and outsmart Tan- (be "engrafted") in our hearts and

ranchers had not.only the sympathybut ner's warrior outfits. But now his lives. Note that it is not enough to the MindIf

the respect of everyone who raiding forces met everywhere a read the Word, or even to memorizeit. riches increase let thy min

knew anything about Texas cattle. stubborn resistance. It must take root and grow in hold pace with them, and think if

Through these men Roper now hada Roper had discounted the quit of our life. not enough to be liberal, but mu

safe and sure outlet for the cattle f Tex Long; but now other news was II. Believe-But Do Not Forget to nificent.-Sir. T. Browne.

recovered: by" Dry Camp's experts, I coming in. The Graham outfitthefirst Work (2:14-17).

while the gunfighters under such! I of all those that the Roper men Saved by faith? Yes, we are, and
r men. as Nate Liggett, Tex Daniels, i had taken-was. again in the handsof in no other way;; but the man who
and Hat'. Crick, Tommy supplied a : '1411' Cleve Tanner; and Nate Liggett, says he has faith in Christ will in- Nervous Restless'G
much needed protection they
assigned to protect Graham, had evitably show the results of that
could get'on their feet. V .
headed for the tall without even a faith in his life. n
But this method,.promising as it report. Hat Crick Tommy was three James is not in any way contradicting il rls Cranky Can't sleep? Restless? Tire?

was, was slow. Of necessity the .I weeks missing. The Davis outfit, the teaching of Paul's epistles regarding I easily? Because of

men whom Roper backed were cowmen left under his protection, had gone justification by faith, but is distress of monthly
r ? Then try
without assets other than their '! the way of all loose outfits, and Tan- clearly stating what must be true, Lydia functional E.Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
disputed claim to their ground. ner's cowboys rode the range. "that a faith which does not resultin pound.

Sometimes by mortgage loans, but .; ,% t Dry Camp Pierce was almost the works, i. e., in a manifestationof Plnkham's Compound Is famou

principally by silent partnerships, last to come in-of those who came a true Christian life, externallyand for relieving pain of Irregularperlods to such
and cranky nervousness due
Roper had now obtained interestsin in at all.Pierce. visibly, is not the kind of faith disturbances.One of the most effec-
nearly a dozen outfits. They rode into the Pot Hook commanded by God, and constantly tive medicines you can buy today
should have been thriving outfits. r ___.. for this purpose-mads especially
Camp early in April. He was the revealed in the New Testament as for women.WORTH TRYING!
But Roper found :his money drain- Harnish took to the brush and same, small wiry man he always the only instrument for the appro-

ing away with unforeseen' swiftness, the hills. had been-his eyes watery, his jaws priation of the redemption that is in
without hope of any financial return poorly shaven. Jesus Christ our Lord. There is no

until the trail should open in While I've got one rider left with "Bill, I can't carry these campsno such thing as real, genuine, vital, Worthwhile Illusions
the spring. Only the Mexican bor- me,' or no riders, I'll still be work- more. God knows we strung living, Christian faith, except it has Don't part with your illusions
der operations, which depended upon ing on Cleve Tanner. But. I think with while we could. We've et its fruits in the works of faith" (Wil- When they are gone you may stil

Lee Harnish, continued to show a we're going to beat him, Wilce. After beef,you beef, beef without salt or flour, bur M. Smith). Pious talk has always exist, but you have ceased to live

thin trickle of income through the all, the border gangs-we can we've et bobcat meat. But Bill, been very cheap, and it certainly Twain..

winter months. As spring approached count on them." there's no lead in our guns, and accomplishes nothing. Real Chris-

,'Roper found himself near Roper continued to count on his there's no patches in our pants, tianity works.III. .
the end of his string. border gangs for two weeks more. and it's time I got to let the boysgo Trust-But Do Not Boast of a rh uuI

Early in February, Shoshone Then, in the middle of February, to make out any way they can." Tomorrow (4:13-17).
Wilce came south seeking Bill Roper he learned that Lee Harnish was atti-
Bill Roper looked older than Dusty There is a strange religious I t=OUR
and found him i at the Pot Hook through.The King had ever looked; his face was tude which talks about faith as Cap-Brush"AppJicalor ,

ranch. first, word of difficulty came like granite, with hard lines cut intoit though it were something of whichto BUST A makes"B1ACNLEAF40"THERS 00 MUCH FARTHER:
"Find out anything?" Roper when Dave Shannon pushed a little by the weather. boast, which encourages peoplenot DASH IH .. .
asked. bunch of seven hundred head "Okay," he said.III understandhow only to believe, but actually to -
Shoshone Wilce rubbed his badly through the river at Mudcat Turn, feel, Dry Camp." presume. There is a radical difference -
shaved chin with horny ringers. "I and found ,
no vaqueros waiting on said. between faith and presump-
"Look here Dry Camp
don't know as you're going to like the other side. Shannon waited three you ,
"I've strung with you when Iwouldn't tion.All
this so, very good, Bill." days before he was forced to turn with other Christians are subject to the
strung any
"Let's have the bad news first-I the cattle free and ride. man, let alone an upstart kid. I'll temptation of talking about being YOU BUYIINOCULATIION .
eat it up." The complete news of what had say this for yoU-you've made a "strangers and pilgrims" (Heb. 11: ''J

'. ,"God knows there's enough of, it; happened never really came. What 'game fight. But kid, take my word 13) in this earth, and then planning
there ain't: any other kind to be Roper learned came in bit by bit, for it-they're too big, and they'retoo their lives and their business as ;
had. What do you want to know by way of random riders who had strong." though everything will continue as
first?" talked with a vaquero.here, another it is through all eternity. It is rightto
"You think so? Bill Roper said. ON FAITHField
"How's; Thorpe making out up there. "I know I don't know what plan, but every day we should
above?" Lee Harnish had been pressing so. like Lee Har- plan subject to God's'will, always tests have shown a big differencein
south with a herd of twelve hundred you had, made men realizing that this may be the day the quality of inoculator brands on the
"I him in
saw* Dodge City; he nish and Dave Shannon and Nate market. You cannot see the legume bac-
around head. He was two days into Mex when we shall be called into His teria purchase. Immediate demon-
was throwing with you
money a ico and that he clear Liggett throw in with you, but they account of the stration is impossible. What is the repu-
supposed was ; presence to give an
shovel in each hand. You know did the damnedest wild bunch Tex- tation and experience behind the inocu-
what I think? I think he can he had never had much trouble, deeds done in the flesh. lation you buy? '
go Half the renegades of
he was well below the line. as ever seen. I .NITRAGIN Is the ORIGINAL LEGUME -
once Honest-Without the Needof
and IV. Be
away forget and write the Long Trail, and your part of INOCULATOR, having served
everything he has in Texas right But now, one moonless night, a band has into beating an Oath (5:12). wont for over the It :,
King-Gordon, gone GOLD MEDAL at World
reported as of at least sixty men a
off the books, and never know the Cleve Tanner. And where are we A Christian should never need to FaIr St. Louis 1901. :
difference!" struck from no place, scattering the now?" .give an oath in the ordinary affairs .NITRAGIN is elain boratorysofo I.
herd and blazing down Harnish'sriders plete and modern
Roper locked his hands behind his on "Well?" of daily life. His life should be so kind In the world. .
head and stared at the almost before they could taketo honest and consistently NITRAGIN is the leader in its field
ceiling. "We aren't any place! Kid, I, tell transparently NITRAGIN demandIn
the saddle. There had been :a by a. big margin.
Sometimes it seemed to. him that you we're beat, and we're long aboveboard that his word ("yea, the South has rapidly increasedyear
trying to break Tanner was like trying sharp running fight as Harnish and nay") will be "as goodas after 5 ear. During the taU of
his half-dozen boys took to the brush beat! yea, or nay, 1WO the Southern shipments of i
to empty the Rio Grande witha April melted into May, and Roper his bond." MTRAGIN were for more than 45
and the hills. Unsatisfied with sei- million pounds of VETC11 and WIN-
hand dipper. The apparently un: with The Jews accustomed to use demand is
had nothing to fight any more. TER PEAS. This large
of the herd the unknown band
bounded resources of Ben Thorpe in had zure spent three ,days trying to hunt Those units of his wild bunch ,that formulas for oaths such as those due after to year.many Oeld We prove tests carried by these onyear tests
the middle country and in the,north, Harnish's riders. had not quit had not been heard mentioned in Matthew 5:33-37.: that MTRAGIN is a good product.
out of reach of the south Texas war down from at 'all he knew already that They would have felt much at homein Send for our booklet "Plant Legumes to
Lee Harnish himself, wounded in ; .: Prosper." showing pictures of field tests
madeup a vast reservoir whichTanner failed. when there is so much made. The book-
the first skirmish had had hard the ones who had completely our day and how NITRAGIN is
could draw on.' without limit. a constantly let also gives you valuable informationregarding
that people are -
Tanner seemingly dishonesty
time getting clear; it,was not known Cleve prospered, ; the inoculation of legumes.
"How is. Tanner himself makingout whether or not all of his riders and all was well with Ben Thorpe. calling on God to witness to their If your dealer docs not have NITRAGINin
?" Bill Roper waited at the Pot Hook truthfulness. Those who have leastto stock have him get it for you. Insist ,
were elsewhere accounted for. NITRAGIN inoculation.
"Bill, I've been all up and down After an elapse of several weeks, now, trying to think of some way do with Him and the worst rec- on Accept no substitute
the north and east part of Texas; an Indian-faced vaquero 'came hunt- that he had missed. KingGordon ords for dishonesty are most proneto

and I can't see where we've ac- ing Bill Roper; he carried a writ- denied him, and Lew Gordon thus seek to bolster their word.
complished a damned thing." ten message from Lee Harnish: expressedly would advance nothing What a striking contrast is the
"You don't know what you're- talking more against Dusty King's share of simple "yes" or "no" of the true
about!". "This thing is finished up. Don't the partnership which had been bro Christian. Let us make our word

"You know what I think?" Wilce let anybody tell you it was Cleve ken by death .. always good, because! it is the expression THE NITRAGIN COMPANY, Inc.
persisted: "I think there's more'catTji.iiB.ntfiiijT.gtr Tanners men' busted into us. What (TO BE CONTINUED) of the integrity of our lives. 3750 No.Booth St. Milwaukee,Wis. !I'i''
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I "My dear,I never imagined you would "Bobby, how old is your sister?"'
marry the man you did,"'said Gladys. "Twenty-five.". .
"Neither did I, my dear replied her "Twenty-five? She told me she
friend. "1 disliked his ways, but I was just twenty." _
B. adored his means. "Oh, I expect that's because she
was five before she learned to
PEEVE ol The man who counts in ,this count."
world is the cashier. o
Get-Together Day ;
Flush-Not Blush Bitters-How would you define ftpicnic
Boogy-See how the bride is ? ,
blushing? Jitters-To me, my friend,'a picnic is
Woogy-Go on, man. That's nota a day set apart to get better acquainted
with ants, bugs, worms,
blush. That's mosquitoes,
the first flush of
chiggers, ticks and poison it')'.
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healthy mind in a healthy
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believes in giving 'till it eontE LARGE t y ,
hurts. 1 mLS i
Rygg-Is he that generous with. $1.20
REPAI Ep T4 his money? 1 '
Joyner-No; just with his, ad- : 608 ,.
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TJmp's Choice,
Fan-What we want is more action -
and not so many words.
Baseball Ump-I don't exactly STOMACH SUFFERERSP.l
agree with you. I would much
rather fans would at : despair-"SIAYR'S formerly known as
you yell me r Wonderful Stomach Kennedy,"beneficially -
than throw pop bottles.: used by thousands for over 30 years,tends to
allcTiato the discomforts of temporary constipa-
tlon with gas In tbelntcstlnes."Mayrs"thorough
ly flushes and lubricates the Intestines helps to
-- eliminate poisonous waste products. one dose
q Quite at Home helps to convince that life worth JlYin?. Druggist -
or send L25 to Beresol Products,Rockawny
No Fare From Pop "Did Freda regret leaving the Beach Now York. Mfrs of RIPANS TABULES.,
wed 43 ytari for\nd\fttl\on and l=ti"..
stage when,she married?
"Not in the least. She feels
H 1 WALKED THIRTY MILES she's still in the profession." That's DiscontentDiscontent
TODAY, "How is that?" -is seldom satisfied
p t SIR "One scene after another." with plenty.


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Shocked however to retain this field for a simmer down to "temporary incon- of Section 11; North Half (N%) Section 32; all of Section 33 all
Community of Section '12; all of I ;
.permanent training unit after the venience." Northwest-..Quarter (NW',4)Section and 14; I of of Section way; all 34,of It Section** Railroad 35. right
& -" : English women long ago solved West HalfV'h) of Southwest The followingpropert '
) in Township -
war.The Quarter (SW/i) of Section 15, 43
(Continued from page 1) completion of the new Clew- the problem and an RAF flying less Railroad right of way; North All that Sout4.part Range of the 34 East:
to overflowing. Interment was in I iston unit will see the Embry-Rid- cadet in training here tells how Half (N%) and Southwest Quar- (Nh) of Section 7 lying North North Half of
ter (SW 4) and West Half (W%) the 9
Woodlawn Cemetery. j[ dle Company operating one of the thousands of girls in Britain have of Northwest Quarter (NW i) of the Moore mile Haven-Clewlston canal and West of

Active pallbearers were Chris I largest and most complete training turned to painted "stockings." tion Southeast Quarter (SE',4) of Sec- The fallowing ProPerty in Road.Township -
16 all of Section 17
; ; all of 44
Olsen W. A. Jones. Jack Himrod, | schools for aviators in the country. Shops, similar to our shine stands, Section 20; all of Section 21; all All of South Section Range 2 all 33 East:
; of
Joe Van De Velde_ Bill Morgan and J They are now operating a flight have sprung up throughout ''Londonand of Section 22 less Railroad rightof 3 less Railroad right of way Section; all
all of Section
way 23
; all of
Johnny Lucaa. Honorary pallbearers training field at Carlstrom Field other cities where a woman Section 26; all of Section 27 less of Section 4j all of ,Section 6.

were M. W. Bigg, R. Y. Patterson near Arcadia, are constructing may drop in and have her legs Railroad right of way; all of Sec- i Sheriff of BILL Hendry,MADDOX County.

O. A. Jones Harry Vaughn, another nearby at old Dorr Field painted in any shade to suit her tion 28; all of Section 29; all of ;Pub. Aug. 1-8-15-22-29, 1941.

W. C. Prewitt M. E. Von Mach, W. and are operating land and sea- I fancy at the trifling sum of 3d

L. Brantley, S. L. Crochet. BA.. plane training bases and a techni- (three cents) a leg. So expert --

t) Bestor E. C. Mills C. O. Benbow, cal school in Miami where head- have the artisars become that it is

W. A. Davis C. M. Williams and I quarters will be maintained. difficult to distinguish the painted

W. H. Lanier. Riddle, along with others at the from real stockings. Thye even :

Mrs. Arnold took a plane for Mi- fore in promotion of aviation, be- I paint seams and imitation doubleor ;

ami as soon as she heard of her lieves that there will be a great reinforced i heels, pointed or I ; r

father's death and arrived'in time expansion in civilian flying at the square and these Intriguing "stock: ,

for the funeral Mrs. Henriksen close of the present war with the ings" are guaranteed not to "run"or

will return to :Nevada with her as central ,American countries and tear. There are no ladders to rY

soon as she has disposed of hold- South America as the greatest po- worry about when your stockingsare

Ings here.FFA tential field.Dealers painted on, and the boy friend' ry f I j,

can't tell the:"difference.K ,,
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Chapter. Are Urged To .. <'
;' ,' '
t' ,
r Limit Silk' Supply NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that Is
from 1)
( page
under and by virtue of a writ of
award. In March the chapter panned execution Issuing out of the Circuit /
: its I Court of the. 11th Judicial Circuit of \ / / I
and successfully staged I Jacksonville, Aug. 7-FNS) Florida In and for Dade County, up- / /_ 4/'
first annual Father and Son Ban- on a certain Judgment recovered in ,
Despite women
which was'a creditable eventto a certain cause lately pending In said
quet, not to "raid" retail stores for silk Court wherein Essex Investment Com-
the and school. '-H. .........
chapter stockings, due to the freezing of : pany, a Missouri corporation was .h'"
In the essay contest sponsored Plaintiff, and Aripeka Farms Com-
raw silk supplies by the govern- pany, a Florida corporation, was Defendant -
by the Chilean Nitrate Bureau El- and wherein plaintiff recovered -
ment stores state'strading
and shops in the /I
bert Hooker was the recipient of I a judgment In the sum of in
centers report sharply Increased Three Hundred Twenty-one Thousand III_
2.00 cash award for 5th placein
a sales and say women appear Seven Hundred Twenty-three Dollars ( .
the 6th district. and Eight Cents (321723.08, a cer- ., ioF
I determined to put in a sup- tified transcript of which said judg- AIR
Charles Turner again comes into ply of "silkies" while they still can. ment has been recorded In the office -
the picture when in June at the of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
Harriet Elliott, head of the con- Hendry County, Florida I have CONDITIONEDtJmpAI
state convention of Florida Asso- sumers division of the Office of levied upon all and will sell for cashto
ciation of ,Future Farmers of the highest bidder at the Court
Price Administration and Civilian House door in the City of LaBelle
America held at Gainesville, he Supply, termed women who were Florida, on Monday, the 1st of Sep-
won second place in the state in tember, 1941, between 11:00 o'clockA.
I buying silk stockings and other M. and 2:00 o'clock P. M., the following -
judging dairy cattle. items in quantities as conducting"selfish' described property, being the
The entire chapter participatesin and property of defendant, Aripeka Farms Dependable Service
raids" she urged, deal-
Company, to-wit:
the winning of the $5.00 prizein
to limit The following property In Town-
ers the supply to a cus-
the Best Chapter Contest. This ship 43 South, Range 33 East: Low Fares
tomer as a matter of fair play.
is deposited in the Clewiston All of Section 8: all of Section
money Bare legs have become popularand 9; all of Section 10 less Railroad
bank to the credit of the FFA right of way; West Half (W%)
chapter. likewise patriotic and the Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all'Floridaand ''

;younger set is showing no alarm
Joel Keen, advisor, is very proudof the North.
but rather welcomes this excuse to
his boys and states that he
display shapely "bear, knees" inj; v...,..... NorthboundLv.
wishes to congratulate every mem- public as their willingness to sac- CANAL .POINT . \ 4.SS AM 125PM
ber of the chapter and suggests that Good FarmLand Ar.TAMPA . ", 10:10 AM 6:55: PM Costs Less than
members plow- rifice for the national welfare. Husbands Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM Driving
the chapter "keep are smiling behind, their Ar. ORLANDO . '. 1050AM 745PM I One Round
ing" for a bigger and better year Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 315PM 11:45 PM Way Trip
newspapers and look on the situation -
in 1941-42. Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12:59 AM
I I as a genuine relief to their Ar. LAKE,! CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE MIAMI : $ 4:70 1.65: $ 300 8:50:

pocketbooks and hope the situationwill Lv. CANAL POINT . 520PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
Clewiston Candy- I I continue "critical." Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 345AM 915AM LAKELAND 2.3S 4.25

Cotton farmers are sharpening for Rent ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
their hoes and point out that Flor- AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
: (Continued from page 1) I I ida Sea Island cotton makes a FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15

full insurance coverage at that mighty good substitute and hope MACON 7.25 13.05
time to protect the owners of the Southbound-Going VALDOSTA .' 5.80 10.45
\". I I cotton stockings will return to favor Lv. CANAL POINT. .- 520PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
building.It I for those who feel that limbs Ar. MIAMI . 850PM 230AM ,NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.00
is:. understood that the candy
must be :covered.In CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
company had taken large orders Returning NEW YORK 15.85 28.55
the meantime factories that Lv. MIAMI . 10:00 AM 200AM:
for Christmas candies and will attempt

have been manufacturing silken Ar. CANAL POINT 1:25 PM 455AM
to have a new plant operat- ,
I goods will turn to rayon and other
ing in time to fill these orders. substitutes and it is generally believed DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE
that the whole thing will PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT

" Negotiations-Are- .:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..: .:..: :N:..:.. ProsecutedClewiston 1\\ cEw

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G. McKay, Miami attorney, was .. S ..

:- made possible through execution of .f. f

a contract direct with Great Brit- : AMERICAN INDIANS: WERE *:* h'aYOU ?_ tas

- ain. Initial plans are said to call $_. NOT HORSEMEN ORIGINALLY 'y:. -

'. for the training of 3,000 or more ;X; Y

:; RAF cadets depending upon how :{:: The American Indians did not *|* Realty And

f;:, long the war lasts. :X: have horses before the arrival :X:
r:, While previous reports have been of Europeans upon this con- f! ,
i' that both British and American x:: tinent. The first horses seen :X: DevelopmentCorporation C tr

;: pilots would be trained at the field f i by Indians were those brought *:*

f L: it is seen as probable that only English ::: by the Spanish invaders of :;: :

1[::, : cadets will be trained during ::$i: Mexico. 1. "Nuggets of Knowl- :X:J e /

' the emergency. It is proposed, .*. edge"-Geo. W. Stimpson. .:_

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