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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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12-NUMBER 37 CLEWISTON FLORIDA. FRIDAY AUGUST 22, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION. 2OO PER TEAR "

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GASOLINE RATIONING I Local Team Loses !I MUSIC .FESTIVAL AND 'i Speed Limits To Be I II' CANE GROWERS GET ,1 3

Close Game SundayLefty Rigidly Enforced

PINCH IS BEING, FELT I'BROADCAST I IS WELL 1| --- :' PARITY PAYMENTS :

Baker, Clewiston mounds- A warning to speedy drivers that

BY LOCAL STATIONSThe j man, gave up only four scattering ATTENDEDSATURDAY the speed limits in the city of Clew- I TOTAL1NG$567,000
hits in Sunday's game here with iston will be rigidly enforced was .j
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Pahokee but his support was rag- issued this week by City Policeman _
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pinch of gasoline rationing ged and the visitors from the east Last Saturday was a gala day I I. S. Bell. I Sugar cane growers of the Flor- ;'
began to be felt in Clewiston this shore were able to carry home a for the summer field employees of I Mr. Bell says he has no desire to ida Everglades have received ,
morning and both service stations 12-1! victory by virtue of Clewiston ; the United States Sugar Corporation cause anyone any inconvenience,1 checks from the government totall-
operators and bulk dealers are I errors. and their ,families as these but the driving in Clewiston must ing more than $567,000 for compliance "
much perturbed about the condi- Cardin of Pahokee was also sel- colored workers from both divis- be reduced to a proper and safe with the various provisionsof

,tions which may exist before the( fish with hits but had errorless, ball ions gathered at the Townsite Vil- speed and the only way to do this the 1937 sugar act, all of the 3.
close of the month under the set- been played Baker would have won lage here for the annual midsummer is to enforce the speed limits in checks having been handled throughthe ,
the pitcher's duel with a 1-0 vic- song festival. every case. office of Roy Warnock, federal
up.So far only the Standard Oil tory. Gaily bedecked floats from every New signs calling attention to AAA representative for this area, in

dealer, Jr A. McGehee, has been Roberts was at first base for village and a number of decorated the speed aws are being placed on Moore Haven.,._ S

given definite curtailment orders I Clewiston, Winn at second, Stone ]I private cars joined in the parade I the main highway at each entrance I Thirty days following delivery :!
but all other companies are expecting and Dick Hooks at shortstop, Bell with prizes being awarded to the to town and near the school build- I' of checks to the growers the office '
it at any time. F. D. Duff, in left-field, Moore in centerfieldand i ,best decorated in each class. I j I ings, and Mr. Bell feels sure that is required to post the name :

Gulf Oildistributor, stated that he McGehee in right-field. Avant I Rain threatened throughout the the public will cooperate with the of the grower and the amount ,
had received no Instructions from' I I authorities in their efforts to slow each '
did the
i catching. day and there was an occasional received and this list was '
the company whatever in regard to sprinkle but at no time was there all driving down to a safe speed. posted at the office of Glades County '

curtailment and has hopes' that as enough of a downpour to interruptthe Agent F. D. Yaun this week. One- 'jJ
this company supplies Florida by PLENTY OF TEACHERSTO program, the larger part of I grower has not yet received his "-:
its own tankers from Port Arthur, which was held ,out of doors on the POLIO QUARANTINE check and the amount was with- ;:
\ Texas, that rationing may not be athletic field. A large crowd of ,held. This was G. B. McDuffie,. .

enforced.R. FILL VACANCIES whites was present to enjoy the the, only grower listed in the setup -
C. Nowling, proprietor of' the program.In NOT ,LIKELY TO BE as from Hendry County. \
Texaco Station, said that he had the morning the various sing- i The largest check of course wentto :
been sold his last gas for August SAYS BOARD MEMBERAt ing groups, including quartets, so- the United States Sugar Corporation '.
this morning, putting eight hun- I ENFORCED COUNTY
1 loists, children's groups and others for $519,213.94, this representing :'
dred gallons into his tank. This competed in the Townsite audi- a 57 cent payment per hundred .
amount, he estimates, will be sold a meeting of the county school torium for prizes in each class. At pounds of sugar produced during <
out by Monday or Tuesday and board in LaBelle ,Monday night to noon refreshments of hot dogs and I Although no definite board action -I III the past growing season. This com ':
unless there is some action taken check on teachers' contracts which i lemonade were served and the pro-'1 has as yet been taken relative pany, because of the large acreageI "
he will be forced to close' up for I have been signed, and returned, itj I gram began again about 2:30 in II to 'the possible quarantining of pu 1 I planted, takes a three' cent cut from
the balance of the month. was found at that time that there j I the afternoon.At pils and teachers for two weeks before )I the sixty cent base established for "
The Standard station and the I were three vacancies in the three o'clock began the full I the opening of school because I the smaller farmers. These deductions -
Sugarland Station, also a dealerin iston school and one in Glew-I f hour's broadcast of a portion of of the raging epidemic of poliomy-: range from a half cent to-

Standard products, said that Belle school faculty. the program over station ,WQAMin elitis in several southeastern states, the three cent maximum dependingon (
they had been put on a ration equivalent A. O. Ward, Clewiston memberof Miami and station WJNO of it seems almost certain, in view ofa the amount of,, sugar produced.. 'I
to forty-five per cent of the board, stated this morningthat West Palm Beach. Telegrams from recommendation from the ,State Most small growers get the full a
their July total sales. The Stand- I Board of Health, that the quarantine :
he had received two more both stations said that the recep- --' sixty cents.
ard Station said they might have that of Mrs. Essie tion excellent I will not be enforced. These
resignations, was and the pro- parity payments or so-
enough gasoline to finish the month Oliver and that of but Glen Etherton of the Sugar- Knight, commercial" teacher, who is were also provided at the field in I at the increase in the number of (Continued on Page Four)
land Station said he would prob- order that "hear polio cases in states ;here several
working in a government positionin visitors could easily
ably run short by several days Clewiston school C I12 lren are now
Key West. However he indi- the entire program.: Movies were Credit Union
.' allotment is being I I Meeting
The
same vacationing and which area
cated that there were more than taken of the festival and record- ,. ttypiigh
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f i enough applications for all vacant ings made of a large part of the I I some of the f WVS will have to Held In Canal Point
_* positions with the exception of a musical program.Townsite I pass to coa 'f 'Vjor the openingof
LaBelle Meeting To new coach and that if a coach couldbe SChOOl frouc the matter of

secured the faculty would be Registers a -' .tels quarantine' ,the ,attention Charles Trenary, president of the- -<
" Discuss Bond Sales the date of of A. O. Ward? "Clewiston I
, : complete by opening Everglades Credit Union, G. B.
I school on September 2. member and chairman of the county I Rackstraw, vice-j>resident and acting ','
High Temperature school board. On oft
, r ; 'Mr. Ward aijo expressed confidence Wednesday treasurer, A. H. King, a member -
.....:." -.Officers of serske clubs, Kiwanis v -* I_ i .weekhe.'wiyed.'the d J
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and'Legion, ,.* of Women's I that the" v"Clewiston "r school During'This SummerWeather of ,Health for Their r commenadtion -. "'.of'' the;-Q.o,; of directors, and ,"J" ';'
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Clubs, P.-T. A.'s, postmasters, news- would be fully accredited ,this, year.A I and received' the following reply Jimmy Wilsonrvejrkof. ; the credit ''
paper representatives, church or- I list,. of things ,which will haveto committee, met Thursday night in '
that night:
ganizations and county officials are be complied with before ac- records made each day I Canal Point with a group of East-
requested to meet jn a group at the creditization is given was receivedby by the United States Sugar Cor- Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 21. ern Division employees of the Unit-
court house in LaBelle next Wednesday I him this week from the State poration at each of their plantation I A. O. Ward, ed States Sugar Corporation to
morning, August 27, at 10 Board of Education and he feels villages shows that 96 degrees i* Chairman, School Board, acquaint them with the' provisions
o'clock to hear Karl Lehman, that all of them can easily be taken the highest maximum temperature Hendry County. of the credit union.
deputy administrator of the Florida care of, although one of the points registered anywhere:; in the Western The State Board of Health does It is also announced that a gen-
Defense Savings staff outline plansto will cause the loss, ,possibly, of Division this summer; that this not recommend postponing opening eral meeting will be held' at ,the
acquaint the people with a defense another teacher, Mrs. Edith Dilley. mark has been set several timesin of schools ,because of prevalenceof Clewiston High School auditorium
savings campaign. Mrs. Dilley taught a portion of various places but ,more oftenin poliomyelitis nor does it advise at eight o'clock, on September 8, to
According to Mr. Lehman, itis Ii.last term on an emergency certificate Townsite and that each time this I(I quarantine period for ,teachers and I explain further the union set-up
the plan of the treasury depart- and recently wrote the board high has occured in August except pupils before entering school. to as many of the employees as can.
ment to develop a defense savings II from Pennsylvania, where she is on July 31. I Harry D., Smith, M. D. be present.
committee 'in each county, and it is vacationing, for another such cer- 96 degrees was registered' hereon Epidemiologist.Another I The credit union is an organization -
to formulate this group that the tificate. One pf the ,accreditization ) July '31, on August 9, on August meeting of the school ]I formed for and by the white
meeting has been called. 'R. Y. compliance orders is strictly 18 and August 19. South Bay board will be held in the next few employees of the sugar corporation..
Patterson, chairman of the, ,Hen- that there shall be no emergency had the same mark on August 19, I I days at which the matter will be.It is affiliated with both the state
dry County Defense Council, A. L. certificates given. (Continued on Page 4) i I given further consideration but at and' national'credit associations,
Taylor of LaBelle, W. C. Owen and -j- this time it' appears that the rec- and provides not only a place where
M. W. Bigg of Clewiston, membersof Other requirements'will be fire Fifteen Respirators ommendation of the State Board each employee may deposit his sav-
the council, are taking the lead drill and fire escapes, larger stor- will be accepted and that schoolsof ings but also a place where employees -

in calling the local group togetherfor age spaces and other minor pOiIi'ts.It Located In FloridaThere the, county will begin, as plan- may borrow money when
Mr. Lehman.Mr. appears certain that there will ned, on September 2. needed. 'It operates under charter
Patterson states that the be a number of new faculty members -- from the state and subject to the
1 this term and a full list of 15 in the state banking laws.
following are urged to attend this are respirators Tax Assessors ToConsider
meeting: representative of the bank I teachers may be available next I state, of Florida, according to a The union now has 155 members:
and of the federal savings and loan I week. I list just issued by the National Millage I and has $1800 in the treasury.

association; the superintendent of Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. ----- Any company employee may becomea
public instruction and school prin-I Former Bean Duster The list is correct as of July 1st. 'I Tax assessors of the eleven coun- I member, the only requirement being -
cipals; the county clerk, the city There are 852 respirators in the ties in the Everglades Drainage District I that he own at least one share
clerks, representative federal em- Killed In EnglandBuster United States, the large majorityof I will meet this afternoon at i of common stock in the sugar cor-
ployees, representatives of public I which are the property of hospitals -i, the court house in West Palm. poration.
utilities, and of local manufacturing -'I or organizations like they| Beach to discuss the half-mill assessment I
plants; officer of Woman's Trimble, well known in American Legion, the B.P.O.E. On-' of the district for operating Jones Erecting NevDelicatessen

Clubs, P.-T. A.'s' of prominent the Everglades -as an' expert flier ly 5, are owned privately by doc- : expenses. I Ii
church women's societies, post- and "bean-duster" was one of the tors, and only 10 are the propertyof i The meeting was called at the I ShopT.
masters, representatives of labor eleven American pilots, who have individuals. Two of these latter : insistence of Tax Assessor Newt:.[
unions, representatives of each been ferrying planes to England f are the property of Fred Snite. i Lummus of Dade County who refused -
: newspaper, radio station, or thea- killed in an accident in England last i I A list of those located in Florida I to spread the assessment on' H. "Cracker" Jones, for many
ter, officer of each chamber ,of week. The death list was first follows: his roll on the grounds that the years operator of the canteen at
commerce, and representative of published last Friday. I Bushnell, J. H. Popham; Clearwater Everglades Drainage law was pass- the sugar house, began the erectionthis
retail merchants association, and 11the L. G. Cromartie; Gainesville, I. ed by the Legislature before the week of an attractive delica-
Trimble lived 'glades for
of officer of each service club, I I Alachua County Hospital; Jacksonville general tax law which requires the tessen shop 'and cafe on the lots
about ten years being occupied
such as Kiwanis, Legion, etc.Kiwanians of I St. Luke's Hospital; Lakeland hundred per enl, assessment anda just east of ,Barney Thomas' service
most this time in piloting a plane i
Paul
; i Morrell Memorial Hospital; lowering of millages. station on Sugarland Highway.
SeeEducational I to spread insecticides over cropsin I Leesburg, Theresa Holland Hospital J. E. Beardsley, Clewiston mem- Bussey is the builder.
!; the lake area. He entered the I I
':: I I ; Miami, Jackson Memorial ber of the drainage board, stated The building will be thirty feet
: Movie I ferry service about a year, ago. Hospital (2) ; Orlando, Orange Gen- this morning before leaving to attend I wide and fifty feet deep, finishedon
He was involved in two accidents eral Hospital; St. Petersburg, Mound I the meeting that the new the outside in waterproof stucco
: during his dusting career, one time Park Hospital; West Palm Beach, tax laws were taken into consider- .and plastered interior. The front
'.F!'...::, The Kiwanis Club was entertained -. landing his plane upside down, Good Samaritan !Hospital; Tampa, ation when the operating millage ,will have a double door at the cen-
:,:";','.' at the regular weekly meeting another time being more seriously Municipal 'Hospital (2) ; and Win-I was set in Tallahassee with Gov- ter with wide display windows on
:<;j. ;, ': at the Inn Wednesday night by an injured in a forced landing. He I ter Haven, Evans Motor Company. ernor Holland in attendance at the either side. Floor will be of ,con-"
""'r4; : educational film shown by Jerry was living in Clewiston at the timeof meeting when the millage rate was crete. -->/
," '::, : Wilcox, on neoprine, a new duPont the latter accident and his plane I CARD PARTY AT CIVIC CENTER fixed. At that time most of those Plans for the building call for n>
','.,,: product of coal, limestone and water was demolished. His life was saidto present thought that a one mill I lunch counter along the west 'side, .
: a'-. which is' being used extensively have been saved at that time by I The Ladies Aid Society of the I assessment should be made but it I tables in the center, booths along
\:.! for belting, hose and other uses the fact that an 'ambulance was Community Church is sponsoring a was lowered to a' half-cent becauseof the east wall and a large delica-
,-': .': where rubber was formerly used. passing the field, saw the plane bridge and Michigan party to be the impending passage of the tessen display case at the back of
: .. The film was a talkie and it was falling and was on hand almost as given at the Community Center new tax laws., The half cent mill- the main room. Kitchen and locker -
.>'.: brought out that while higher priced soon as it hit the ground to rush Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. age will raise less than thirty rooms will be located in the :
;.i. than rubber it had been shown him to a hospital in West Palm .
Tickets are being sold at 35 cents thousand dollars a year for operat- back of the building.Mr
r !Zr.' in many tests that it would with- Beach. each. The ladies are assured of ing funds on the basis of a sixty- Bussey says the building will
stand damage from acids, oils, etc.,I Trimble's home was in Fort sufficient fans to keep the room five per cent anticipated collection, cost about $4,000 and will: 9.UjtE'-
much better than rubber. Worth, Texas. cool. Mr. Beardsley said. about forty days to build: ., ,:

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Speeders Has Its Ups and DownsHe


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Speed has always been one of man's many obsessions. From the of the big department stores, and

dawn of history man has raced against man; he has raced his horses he hated to be asked needless

R B 6N against the steeds of other men; dogs against hare and deer. Then I questions.On .
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,. ), x came balloon races, auto races, airplane races. These are all familiar'to GESCRE HW ADIO this particular day a fussy

us. These pictures show unfamiliar races. By VIRGINIA VALE old lady entered his lift. After
Washington, D. C. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) riding up several floors, she
FAR EAST POKER GAME opened a conversation.
For perspective on the present IN ITS latest film, entitled "Don't you ever feel sick, goingup

South Pacific tug-of-war between "Peace by Adolf Hitler," and down in this lift all day?"

Japan and Britain, it is well to remember { .a >.. J. hE v :>;:: }:2tiY f7r ":::' ':'y',1: the March of Time presents a I "Yes, ma'am," said the boy.
that for years Thailand, thought-filling review of recent "Is it the motion going up?"
then known as Siam, was a pawnin "No, ma'am."
history. Documented with
the power game of the bigger ex- "Is it the motion going down?"
nations of the Pacific. clusive pictures taken from "No, ma'am." .

In this game the United States inside Nazi-dominated Eu- "Is it the stopping that does it?"

had a hand. For years, American rope, it traces the conquests "No, ma'am."
financial advisers have been at- "Then what is it?"
marking Hitler's rise to power, and
tached to the Thailand throne, one "Answering "
shows how, after taking over each questions, ma'am.
of them having been Francis Sayre, of the 14 conquered countries, he

son-in-law of Woodrow Wilson, now declared Germany's territorial am- _
high commissioner of'the Philip- bitions fulfilled.Ottenheimer's. -

pines.He wooed Thailand on many occasions i j .r { --; \iiBETTER

including the ornate recep- s'm f no name for a girl

tion given the former king of Siam, who wants to be an actress and a
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who as "Supreme Arbiter of the q1' +v Ott cW Z: model-so Miss Ot-.

Ebb and'Flow of the Tide, Brotherof tenheimer became WJJfl

the Moon, Half Brother of the t'a. .; Dana Dale when
Sun and Keeper of the Twenty-four <1 i.a\ ;' f she acted and mod- "
Y--{ ? & 'a Msa;' : eled in York.
Golden Umbrellas, came to Wash- A'e 'tv New
ington in the days of Herbert neckandneckrace But Dana Dale
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Hoover and was regally entertained.The in Hollywood. was no name for a R '

British were even more interested J no.. .. ..... .. movie actress, es- t r THROUGH THE
in the Siamese. British specially at Para- 4 t USE OF MOVABLE

advisers for a time ran the king- mount, where Vir- TiZ WASOISCOVEfED

dom's government, trained its I A 4 j i ; ginia was the reign- &y

army, supplied the one or. two ships ing Dale. So-Dana ( JOHAllllGUreN8ER6
Dale: became: MIr. : .
for its navy. --

But half a dozen years ago the P F t'+ Margaret fgre*. Hayes did a e /IN 1454.I .

Japanese began preaching the doc- Hayes Western, then New
York Town"-and
trine of Asia for the yellow man, s Mks rt ,' jumped into the second feminine
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and Siam for the Siamese. That
lead in "Sullivan's Travels the
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was how the name came to be 'v S
new Preston Sturges picture which
changed to Thailand, a nationalistic
stars Joel McCrea and Veronica
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token of home rule. 4
Lake. She changed her personality
Reason for Japan's interest in this along with her name. THE BEITEK WAY TO 7K AT

small country was not nationalism, .> '' *? $$$ *' :' --; CON5f WtON PUS TO LACK OF

but the fact that a slender fingerof S2* ?<. SH &( A. ismM, PgoPER''BUCK" IN THE P/ET/ 16 TO
land, about as wide as the Isthmus George J. Schaefer, president of CORRECT THE CAUSE OF 111E
of Panama, called the Isthmusof Horse racing is not unusual, but the picture at the left is unusual, as RKO Radiohas announced the resultof TROUBLE WITH A DELICIOUS

Kra,-is controlled by Thailand. A the cameraman risked his life to get this head-on shot. Right: This dog a poll of theater audiences made CEIZEAC, KEU.OGG'SAU

canal through this isthmus, connect- race is different, as the dogs carry jockeys JocJco, the monk, in each case. by the Audience Research Institute :BRAN... EAT
ing the Indian ocean and the Gulf and sponsored by his company. Fora

of Siam, would give a new short f1r't'40. "":"<"""""' : Y 'i nz; :><:'ijM. *..,,"'W'x' =-i.... ;nli'1 year audiences throughout the IT EVERY RINK REN1Y DAY '8llAN
route from the Pacific to India, ren- country- were Questioned and it was 11[
OF WATER.
der Singapore.. impotent, and cut found that stars who make three

three days from the trip between pictures a year gain 9 per cent in

\ Indo-China and Burma. marquee value; those who make

Such a canal would leave Singa- one a year average a 17 per cent Through Your Window

pore's giant guns and expensive loss, two-picture stars lose II per You cannot believe in honor un-

naval bases guarding an out-of-date cent. It should be a warning: to til you have achieved it. Better
those who limit their
sea highway, almost as unimportant -, screen appear- keep yourself clean and bright;
as the Straits of Magellan after ances to avoid paying the higher you are the window through which
surtaxes of the income
the Panama canal was built. upper you must see the world.-George
brackets.
: That is one reason the British are Bernard Shaw.
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ready to fight to" keep the Japaneseout

of T*iailand.s > Pretty Mary Paxton has joined WORLD'S LARGEST
NBC's Tuesday night "Hap Hazard" SELLER AT "
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BRITISH INVASION PLANS program, which

,. First British plan for an invasion stars her brand, StJOSEPIIASPIRINPoor
of the continent (since the start of new husband-

:i." .' the Russian-Nazi conflict) was a which brings up the

;, landing in Holland. This, it was figured fact that, unlike the. and Rich
f. would get sympathetic support. stage and screen, No man is rich whose expendi-

from the Dutch; would create a second radio thrives on tures exceed his means; and no

;' front requiring Hitler to divert Croaker's This husband and wife one is poor whose incomings exceed -
; Derby frog race was staged at the late New YorkWorlds
; combinations. TheBenny's his outgoings.Haliburton.Establish .
part of his troops and airplanes fair. The pretty maids acted as jockeys by nudging the frogs.
Burns and
,)! :from the Russian front. ,

t: The original British idea to ir _"'....>>mw''''( was "'n':' "Y'f
Gee and San-
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have the United States co-operate in I
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a landing force. This
however,
- Block and Sully, sro ES
Mary paxton ,
;" scarcely got beyond the informal .Jeannette Nolan UYGE

suggestion stage. It was immediately and John McIntyre of "Meet Mr.Meek"radio's .. aw
u:; and emphatically vetoed first : .n A
;. roster is full of r.r.r ti
t, for political reasons; second, be- them.
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.:'', cause Roosevelt did not have the
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power to send troops abroad; third,
because of the scarcity of shippingto The U. S. S. North Carolina, newly 3irutgsr lessedRelieQ

transport and supply an Amer- commissioned 35,000 ton battleshipnow
ican army overseas. stationed in the Brooklyn Navy RHEUM ATI5 M LUMBAGO

Since then, none of the proposals Yard, is the latest navy ship to acquire -

for creating a second European a Walt Disney drawing as its StandardLet
front has contemplated any Amer- official emblem. It shows a uFantasia" a
raise standard to which
ican participation.The pegasus in fighting attire, us a
the wise and honest can repair;
posed against a bolt of lightning.As .
second idea discussed was a the rest is in the hands, of God.-
British attempt through Spain and .,ri one who longed for a drawing of
F Portugal. This also scarcely got r one of those little winged horses, I George Washington.

beyond the discussion stage, because Above: Cheetah the writer extends congratulationsto

' it was figured, first, that the Ger- and dog race. The ,. rh the officers and crew of the North

man army probably could take over has chance Carolina.To 1
"' Spain by the, time British troops began dog no :K

r, to land; second, that even if of winning. The make that SpencerTracy's / 1 r OUR= "
foothold spotted cat can hit sure "Cap-Bn VApplicatornJc ,
a could be obtained I
a -
appearance as the villainous JUST s"BUCK LEAF/
march across the Pyrenees to 70 miles per hour. A CO MUCH EaRn+ER
"Hyde" of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. GASH IN FEATHERS..
' / France would be too difficult. Right: Two cheetahs Hyde" was a surprise to us all, )

The only part which the United match speedat M Tracy worked on a barred sound

States might have played in sucha a British course stage, and no still photographs were

plan was to send food ships with before the war. made of him in the role. Even scrapsof Life a Gift !
' 4 which to help win over the Spanish 'I has is in real- '
Whatever
I .... film from the cutting room were a man ,
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population. destroyed. Lana Turner and Ingrid ity only a gift.-Wieland. ;

Norway Heavily Fortified. Bergman share honors with him, I s si i iI

Since then another plan for pos- aY Miss Bergman playing "Ivy," the I I II I

sible British invasion of Norway has tough little barroom singer.

y been discussed. However this also M*
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*, is difficult. The Nazis Preferred bySOUTHERNERS
have
; now 10 cham-
F
divisions in Paramount is asking 1,000
Norway
; more impor- bers of commerce if there is in their
tant, they have been working fever-
locality a deep, narrow rugged
ishly with characteristic German in New York City
% with small pine trees
few
gorge a
thoroughness to fortify Norwegian .j More and more Southerners l.
and vast territory beyond.
a rugged
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The chief factor Water in the gorge and a bridge their borne in New York.They ,
holding back the over it are desirable, but not nec- like its convenient location,
British, however, has been their 4. just off Fifth Avenue and the ,
You the search is on,,
essary. see, !
lack
of armored equipment. Al- cheerfully furnished rooms If
though the British for a setting for "For Whom the each with tub and shower. :?,
army is about !. Bell Tolls" shooting begins in 1
, y..' 2,000,000 strong, only about 750,000 October. SINGLE from $250 d E
men are fully armed with modern Double from $ I!
equipment. And the most serious % --E--! Special weekly and montbly rates .h
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wc\g\
defect in their equipment is the lack :, ;;, '0, ..vrp 't :r Simone Simone-remember her?- TWO DELIGHTFUL RESTAURANTS !'

.of tanks.. tiJ" YS Si returns to the screen in RKO's recently Under Knott.ROBERTGRACEY JiLtrtagemeat '-Ii I Iij.HOTEL ,'
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Vast numbers of tanks were lost S ...... completed "Here Is a Man,"

by the British at Dunquerque, a loss .mmn..- ---.---.........m............,............... ......"M" ,....._.r.'.._.. ...,...___...M:.(......__ after a three-year absence. Her lhioorl !I
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which has not yet been replenished. second assignment is the feminine

And no invasion of the continent Esme, a cow on the stud farm of Dorothy Paget, British race horse lead in "Call Out the Marines," in WEST t 7 351h sr. 1 II

could be successful without a powerful owner, who won by a nose over "Golden Miller," the horse that won which she will appear opposite. Tim YORK :'

tank force the grand National Steeplechase in 193 believe it or not! ._ Holt. ;





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NEWS To preserve leftover pickles or I To eliminate the mutton flavor

pimientos, put in a glass tumbler from lamb, cook it with raisins.
i ? # ehate4SA and cover with salad oil. i *

If stove
polish is moistened with
THIS Keep all cleaning rags that have vinegar instead of water the stove

*-tf been treated with oil in a covered will have, brighter polish.

iIAk container before putting away in *
"
: closets. If this is done, fires may Use' potato water for cleaning

WEEKBy be avoided. decanters and other bottles with
*
: :. \ small necks. Cut a raw potato
1' Ya 'y, I 'W I If dried fruits become undesir- and, put the pieces into the de

) / LEMUEL F. PARTON ably dry due to improper storage, canter. Nearly fill with warm wa-

, I (Consolidated Features-WNU Service.) they may be restored to packing ter, shake well and the cleaning

house freshness by steaming in a is done. Drain, rinse in warm

(I1 P4. NEW. YORK.feared-,United when States Maj. army Gen. colander or coarse meshed sieve soapy water, then in clear. warm

for about 15 minutes. water. Invert to dry.
Allen W. Gullion was passed by in

: s : favor of Lieut. Col. Lewis B. Hersey

H a.t; i' 4iyu as adminis-
; :r Gen. Gullion Stays trator of the Smart Chair Set
'(
: In Army Fellow selective ,
; Simple to Make YOU BUYINOCULATION
service act
I. Soldiers Are Glad ,
that President -
"
Roosevelt in all likelihood had

:; him in mind for some important'

civilian duty.

Not that such a complimentwould rwJr ON FAITHField

xAii c' .' 2 irf<,.. : Li Oeiwuba. ka not have been appreciated -
tests have shown a big differencein
by General Gullion's fellow the quality of Inoculator brands on the
, .: HERE'S TO SHORTCAKE TIME WITH CHERRIES BRIGHT I soldiers. 'It was merely that his market. You cannot see the legume bac-
(See Recipes Below) teria you purchase. Immediate demon
legal services' as judge advo- stration is impossible. What Is the repu-
tation and experience behind the inocu-
SUMMERY DESSERTS cate-general, to which office he lation you buy?

THIS WEEK'S MENU was. appointed in 1937, were so- 1'1 4rs .NITRAGIN is the ORIGINAL LEGUME -

valuable as to cause wonder as INOCULATOR, having served
Bring the tartness and sweetness the farmers for over forty years. It
of fruit into play with fresh, crumbly Cold Meat Platter to just what officer could in pre- Fair won,a St.GOLD Louis MEDAL, 1904. at the World's
Devilled
Eggs cise degree fill the place of a
'cake with dash of whipped .
top a NITRAGIN is made in the most complete
cream and have summer's an- Sliced Cucumbers Tomatoes man who, in addition to the Dis- and modern laboratory of Its
you Celery Curls "3d kind in the world.
'
tinguished Service medal-for !
swer to a delectable dessert. .NITRAGIN its
; is the leader in field
Asparagus with Browned Butter administrative brilliancy as
by a big margin. NITRAGIN demand
Garden-fresh berries peeking out And Crumb Sauce chief of the mobilization divisionin in the South has rapidly increased
year after year. During the fall of
from under their foliage -
green Beverage Bread and Butter the provost marshal's officein 1JHO the Southern shipments of
or fruit hanging NITRAGIN were for than 45
_, Cherry Sponge Custard more
= the first World warholdsa
million pounds of VETCH and WIN-
heavy and ripe on Shortcake bachelor of law degree as a TER PEAS. This large demand is
I richly laden due to many field tests carried onyear
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Recipe Given graduate of the University of after year. We prove by these tests
In branches deserve 1I that NITRAGIN Is a good product.
t Kentucky law school.
your best atten- Send for-our booklet "Plant Legumes to
IVz cake flour Prosper." showing pictures of field tests
ti tion for they'll'do cups But the army keeps him, after all, and how NITRAGIN is made. The booklet -
nice % teaspoon.salt also gives valuable information
mighty by virtue of his appointment as headof ;you
the inoculation of .
1 teaspoon baking powder c regarding: legumes.If
things by your
the re-created office of provost
your dealer does not have NITRAGIN
1 lemon vanilla
or
J, mealS. since: most teaspoon marshal-general with duties includ-' I in stock have him get it for you. Insiston

of the fruits need no cooking you are extract ing the training and command of NITRAGIN inoculation.

doubly sure of getting the,full quotaof 4 stiffly beaten egg whites military police, supervision of in- Accept no substitute I

minerals and vitamins which they Beat egg yolks until very thick; ternment camps for aliens and related -

have to give.Cherries gradually add sugar and continue _activities. It will perhaps be ,
Add water mix well add
' "' bright and red make a beating. recalled that this office was held in
; tart and colorful dessert which you'll flour sifted with' baking'powder. Mix 1917-18 by Maj. Gen.. Enoch Crow-

enjoy serving. If using the fresh until smooth, add flavoring. Fold in der., THE NITRAGIN COMPANY, Inc.

ones, pit and sugar them before us- egg whites. Bake in ungreased pan, General Gullion, now ,61'years 3750 No.Booth St. Milwaukee,WWithout' ,
, ing. either Mary Ann or cup cake tins old, having been born in Carrol- k
in slow 45 minutes. Cool before .
: When I asked my mother how she oven ton, Ky., in 1880, was graduatedfrom

made her extra delicious shortcakes, filling. Centre college in 1901 and r BeginningFear

I she replied, "There's nothing to it, Cream Custard Filling. from West Point in 1905. Whileon not that thy life shall come

! "i.:>i,::. my dear; just biscuit dough-but % cup sugar duty as professor of military to an end, but rather fear that it

;: : make the dough short and the fruit % cup flour science and tactics at the Uni- shall never have, a beginning.

-' ,( 'sweet!" This tip is a good one. I 'V teaspoon salt versity of Kentucky in; 1914 he Cardinal Newman,

\;: : hope you'll follow it when trying: / 2 eggs took the law course,being'grad
'
::(-: Old-Fashioned Shortcake. 2 cups milk, scalded uated with an LL.B.

1 teaspoon vanilla FEET BEAT HEATGive
: 2 flour :
cups During 1929 he was the war department -
: .? 3 teaspoons baking powder Combine dry ingredients with
:;J'; t representative at an inter- Pattern 7002. feet wings of coolness. Sprinkle
..( .' Vz teaspoon salt slightly beaten egg ;yolks; stir in /;
,., national conference of 47 nations at Mexican Heat Powder in shoes. Relieves
<.:.: % cup shortening (8 tablespoons) enough hot milk' to make a thin Geneva to formulate a code for the ,THIS crocheted bowl, filled with tiredness. Little cost. Lots of comfort.
paste. Then add paste to remain-
,y ; .r % cup milk handling of prisoners of war and to rful embroidered roses is

':';;r.r'...:":: Sift flour, measure, add baking ing milk and cook over boiling wa- revise the Geneva convention of ''fascinating and varied needle- Greatest FootThere's
ter 5 minutes stirring constantly.Cook .
.' and salt sift .work. Add this touch of decora-
powder again. Work 1906. A graduate of the school of the
like
fool
10 minutes longer. Cool and no young
:;; in shortening until mass resembles command and general staff at:Fort tion to your chairs. like old
add vanilla. fool who tries to act' an
:. coarse meal. (If you want'to, add a Leavenworth, his experience as a .' .
If 'with fresh fool.-Bombay Chronicle.INDIGESTION.
cherries be
' you top
, ,
tablespoon of sugar and an egg and student of arms was broadened bya
Pattern 7002 contains a transfer patternof
I sure they're sweet enough. Then
' ,. count the egg as part of your liq- gar- course of study at the naval war a motif 13 by;8 inches and two motifs
:.. uid.) Now, add enough milk to make nish with whipped cream. Frozen college, Newport, R. I., from whichhe 834 by 5 inches: directions for crochet;

"-,' a soft dough, .one which you can berries need only be thawed and was graduated in '1932, havingthe illustration of stitches; materials' needed;

:T..' ,barely handle. Turn onto lightly more sugar added if required.If previous year completed his color schemes. what Doctors do for It

; ;.;,;.. floured board, knead a few seconds, you want to make a sponge courses in the army war college. gullet Doctors may know act ike that a hair.gas trapped trigger on in tho the heart.stomach They or

<:': divide in half. Pat one half about cake base and use just berries, then Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. -the get gas fastest free with act the like fastest-acting the medicines medicines In Bell-ana known

' ,-:,) .' one-fourth inch thick into deep buttered plan a lovely surprise BUSY at the moment fixing up' 82 Eighth Ave. New York doean't Tablets.prove Try Bell-ana Bell-ana today.better.rctnrn If the bottle FIRST to os DOSE and

-b;'. 9-inch cake pan. Butter top so no one headquarters in Philadelphia, Enclose 15 cents In coins for Pat receive DOUBLE!money back.25c.at all drag stores.
-
h:.i"', :; and pat second portion of dough in a will even suspectthey're John B. Kelly, new federal directorof tern No...........

;, :r -', layer over first. Brush on softened getting a health training for the men NameAddress................................ Headless, Heartless
?. butter and bake about 20 minutes in berry dessert. and
:: hot Make a Health Chief Out women_ .............................. Bigotry has no head and can not
1-:: oven (450 degrees F.), When sponge ,of the naTo
"' think, no heart and can not feel.-
/ : ; baked, pulUayers apart, spread sugared cake using a regular Make Us Step tion, retires Daniel O'Connell.
:
,' j:: fruit on bottom layer, stack 9 or 10__inch Into Sound Bodies as chairman

.,':.' second one, crust-side down, on this, I -- caKe pan. When of the Dem- Let Out the Reins
4 '", the cake is still
," j.;,," ,: cover with more fruit, then with warm cut a round ocratic city committee, a post he
;>" ::":.I whipped cream and circle in the middle of the cake TO CHECK SA
f '; : : a garnish of has held for eight years, in order it
I.tL:; :, fruit! about an inch from the edge. Lift that politics, or'any suspicion of the 'Every year I live I am more

>'k.:: .' Variations from the original type this out carefully keeping it whole. same, shall be divorced from his convinced that the waste of life b F IN 7DAYS

1lf.-i'/-"" of shortcake which we all know so Into the hollow put. in sugared ber- duties. Kelly'places,physique above lies in the love we have not given,

,.: ';, well are much in ries or peaches or bananas mixed- politics at all times and he rejoicesas the powers we have not used, the

%;:::;, order. Some people with sweetened whipped cream.: Replace heartily at sight of a physically selfish prudence that will risk f take666Doing

':'" prefer a the cake top, wrap carefully I puissant Republican as a herculean nothing, 'and which, shirking pain,
;"'-, : sponge cake base in a slightly' damp towel and chill Democrat and always has. misses happiness well. No one

g ,,': rather than a biscuit for 3 to 4 hours. Garnish before ever yet was the poorer in the
'
2IiI "'.' dough and serving with whipped cream or Since the Civil war the tortu- long run,for having once in a life- of Revenge

for a real individ- sprinkle with powdered sugar. ous waters of the Schuylkill riv. time "let out all the length of all Revenge converts a little right

ual treatment of They'll come back often, for this one. er have been dotted on pleasant the reins." into a great wrong.

this type, you Red Raspberry Fluffs. afternoons of the spring and

might like to try one with custard (Serves 6-8) summer with the fragile shellsof /

filling for cool deliciousness. You'll single sculls oarsmen. The
Mix and in
need this sponge cake as a base: 1% cups rolled press graham a square crackers pan; %: stream is the national home of at borne, use .
and a championhas bake
sculling many
. Hot Water Sponge Cake. cup melted butter, 2 tablespoonssugar
been sent forth from those
4 egg yolks and a dash of cinnamon. Cover -
Ilk cups sugar that with meringue made 'of 4 placid waters. KellyHandsomeJack

% cup boiling water egg whites stiffly beaten and Vz cup as he was, and is, fondly flESC8MANM'SfRESB
known-was one of these scull- \
of sugar folded in the whites care-
fully. ers. He took to the water as

"i;; LYNN SAYS soon as he could handle a pairof
,' : Bake this in slow
: a (300 degrees)
; oars and his fame was estab- 1EI\st
Though dessert oven for 20 minutes.
problems are Cool. Spread
lished in 1920 when he won the
easily solved by berries, be sure with 2 cups of sweetened red raspberries Olympic championship in sculls,

., that they get the greatest care ) and whipped cream. a feat he repeated in 1924.

before reaching the table. Ber- 1 Asparagus With Browned Butter I

ries should appear clean and and Crumb Sauce. Always an enthusiast for a sound FlE1SCH

fresh, be full and plump and'havea Asparagus, tender and green, body-he is willing to let the sane RIB jw ..alASr '

bright solid color. When they should be cooked gently _so os not mind develop as' an inevitable corol- 71111 :

are over-ripe they look dull and to lose its color. It cooks quicker lary-Kelly has been preaching the VlrAMINS1he jIIf

; often stain the container. when stalks are tied in bunches. virtues of trained physique with all

Don't wash berries until readyto Stand them up in boiling water ina the ardor of an evangelist in the

use them since damp ber- deep narrow pan. The steam will years since his retirement from

ries mold very quickly. The best cook the tips while the water bub- competitive rowing. A successful f

method for 'washing is doing a bles around the stalks. brick contractor, his political life Lqj I

few at a' time in a bowl, lifting Instead of serving plain butter, has been characterized by wide experience Household\

them out into another bowl while try browning it for a change, season- and rugged battling in the ot

the hands are used as a sieve. ing it and then adding a teaspoonfulof Republican party of ,which he was fa'iorite >r

When the berries are clean let fine bread crumbs. Have this once a member, as well as in his Generations

them drain in a strainer or col piping hot and pour it over the as- present affiliation, the Democratic four

ander. paragus just before serving. party. --
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PAGE porn THR CLEWISTON NEWS
FRIDAY. AUGUST 22.--T it)41
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stands out as the most attractiveand I time of year, according to dealers, could sit as 1 .
an equalization
The' Clewiston News I : board 877.81
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most-to-be appreciated of all and It is likely that if rationingis Monday morning. ; 1 I L.. E. ;Farnam M. Couse, 1064.94;
we've-ever It $889.37; J. E.
: the baby gifts seen. applied at every station that

Published every Friday In Clewlston,, was a hand-made and hand-painted there will not be enough to supplythe tax Assessor roll with Small the tentative,brought back the I I Frierson$443.15 $1,552.35 ; John p. Hall,
CLEVISTONNEVS.., book made for the individual approvalof I ; R. E. Kurtz' 9223.93;
Florida, by the,. baby up demand by several days. Comptroller
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Tnc. baby; and was the workof Pleasure car'driving Lee. Final approval r[ Hugh McKean, $2,214.44; John
is
being reduced -
was withheld until Tiedtke
presentation of $6,641.65
the talented Madeline Martin. and L. R.
In many east coast cities, by the county and ,.,school budgets Yates $424.54.
KEATHLEY BOWD1<:N. Editor We have learned'since' that Mrs.
.
keeping, service. stations closed. on. which will come before, the board
,
Palm
Martin is' an art teacher.: This I Beach County
Sundays. and rationing in Fort Monday. growers received -

Entered .as second claps mall matter specimen' of her work co ld'have,I Myers: is' said ,to be, handled at some --- ,-;- a: total of $24,308.27..divided, ."
February 1. 1927, at the Test Office in b'een signed Maud Tousey Fangel as follows: J. E. Beardsley $2.-
stations
on to day basis.
Clewiston,; Florida under the Act of: and we would have accepted it. a day Cane Growers GetContinued'fiom'page 1 '175.98; R. M. Bishop,. ,$1,160.19
:March 3, 1897.Subscription I When the days ration is sold the ;
T -I Shore Acres
station closes.Townsite. I Plantations Inc.,

,In yesterday's 'paper is the an- $669.12; R. Y. Creech, $448.96;
note ?2.00 Per Year.
I (
nouncement that Dr. Doak Sheridan 1) I Everglades Sugar Plantations, Inc.,

Advertising Rates On Application Campbell is the new president of 'Reiist'ers- to the sugar cane:grow rs for compliance -i I $7,700.30; Luther Jones, 2214.
: '
Florida State College for Women. with ttie"provisions of the i i 173' ; A. N. Kennedy, 88.39; Kruse

Devoted to the advancement and' welfare Dr. Campbell is the 57 year old deanof I (Continued from Page 1) 1937 sugar act which include child Brothers, $496.30. ; 'E. R. Mackey,

of Clewiston and Hendry County. the graduate school at 'Peabody, I I labor provisions! ,, Adherence .to the j j( $599.90 ; C. A. Revels,. $689.77; '

College, Nashville, a prominent Benbow on August 13 and Miami wage scale as 'set 'by the Depart- J. F. Royal, $607,89; 'Harley Watson -'

Locks on August 1. ment ,of Agclcultuie j I $2,550.84 Mrs. Ruth S.'Wedgewo'rth .
;
Southern educator ,who in making I I ,, ,,compliancewith ,
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MEAVBER. the :change only steps into a position In the Eastern Division a markof soil building .practices on a'portion I $406.90; C. H. Berner,
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,- FLORfn1PRFSS.1Sechn0 ; for Broader service in his 97 degrees was recorded on Au- of their! lands and staying $69.43 and W. R. Hooker 4429.

NAIIaVAI 1 DIIORL1LrL 19-4-1 501A110Y.. ._ chosen field. He seems a worthy gust 18 at 4zucar" 'Vn age. Maximum -' ,within the 'p proportionate share 57.

'successor ,to the eminent Dr. Ed- temperatures in that division acreage as determined' by the D. As stated above the only Hendry

ward Conradi!, who retires after 30 have been ninety degrees or better of A. These payments- are made County grower has not yet receivedhis

N N-N:..:N N:N NN N:N:N:N N N N N N N:N N:N:N:N:N: years to become president emeritusfor every day since July 19 when an 88 from an excise 'tax .of fifty cents compliance payment and is not

life. degree maximum was recorded. In I per hundred-weight ,of refined sugar listed. .

I I. *O" the Western Division a ninety which is' collected from the

RAMBLINGS i I!( Pel-sOnal', note to Secretary Ickes: I II gree maximum has occured de-I refiners. Growers 'have long con- HARRIET ALSTON CELEBRATES12TH

every day'' since July 15. A tended that the excise tax is indirectly
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You'll hearty cooperation BIRTHDAY WITH
By B. B. get more PARTY
j I for 'your gasoline rationing if you I scattered 88s and 89s are recorded! paid by them, in a reduced

............N. ... .. canstall, it off till cool weathersets in some villages. { price on law:. sugar and that Mrs. Roy Alston entertained witha
,MN. .N. . .NNN. .N.1.N.N N.NS .N.NiN N.N1Ny I I Division the parity payments more often
.-, .' ,'I I in. Rainfall in the Western weiner roast Wednesday even-
shows a deficiency so far during than not are less than they have
Of all the suggestions which. I I. -.' paid out in adhering to the ing, complimenting her daughter,
I August of 1.224 inches but an com- ,"
"Mother said the five year old Harriett, on her 12th birthday.
the income tax the one j pliance provisions'and in the
concern excess for the to date of loss I
the other day "Is Hitler a cuss year of Various games were enjoyed and
that meets with hearty approval is 14.664 inches. The biggest rain price on raw sugar sold. cooked
word? supper over an open fire in
that of Secretary Morgenthau who I of the month, 1.40 inches was registered The growers are: listed as from the yard. Harriett's guests were

that the method of Glades, Palm"Beach and Hendry
suggested computing on August 5 at Townsite.In Sammy Young, Jo Ann Crouch
and paying the income tax Gasoline RationingContinued County. The ;United: States Sugar
:
the Eastern Division rainfall Carline Berner, Bub and Gene Mills,
3re simplified. It would eliminatethe Corporation is listed from Glades
has been even lighter during Au- Joe Schroeder, Junior Martinez,

complicated figuring we all do from Page 1) gust with a deficiency of 3.016 County making the total of pay 1 Gene Doke, and little Linda and
about the first of each March. The ( ments in the- group from that coun-
shown for the ,Roberts
and an: excess year Jerry of Moore Haven.
only deduction would be, for the given the Pure Oil station as at of 10.953. The biggest rain, on ty run a total of 54311418.

dependents; and you would pay a the Standard ,and as those stations August 3' at Azucar was .85 inches. Other county growers and the pay-

flat rate on your balance. It could have gone on a strict cash basisit ments they received are: Glen H. FOR RENT.--Large room furnishedfor

all be done' in 10 minutes. Is thought they may have enoughto Williams, $568.06 ;. T. B. Adair two persons.. Separate, en-

*, last through the month. Tentative Approval trance. Across highway from Hen-:

The only word regarding the dry County Motors. Phone 102.

suggested Some wise a plan(?) doctor to increase up North thenation's rationing that Mr. Duff has received Given Co. BudgetHendry Is Your Subscription, Paid? Mrs. Catherine M. Jarvis: tfn.I .

is that folders, are being l
birthrate. In Clewistonwe
f
distributed telling motorists how

have not been aware that the they can save one-third on gaso- ( County News) I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:oo: : .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.......................................................;................-.........................:,
increase needed. :: .
was .
line. These pamphlets are to be County Tax Assessor 'Dennis 'i'
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handed, to each motorist stoppingat Small spent Friday and Saturday in I .. ':'

While making the rounds admiring a Gulf station and after scanningit Tallahassee with Comptroller Jim i ::
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the bundles from Heaven we they will be asked to sign a Lee for the purpose' of obtaining LOOK ;
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have seen some lovely specimens. pledge of cooperation. tentative approval of the 1941 tax y
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They are all adorable as babies are Gasoline business in Clewistonnow roll. This action was necessary 'y.

supposed to be. But one baby gift is exceptionally. good for this before the county commissioners :
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/AT;; THE CALENDAR :;:

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE. TWELFTII' JUDICAL CIRCUIT OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR ..
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HENDRY COUNTY: IN CHANCERY. 1

CITY OF CLEWISTON, a municipal corporation; --. '. f l\: :i;; i:f Cover Your House for Windstorm :;:

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CERTAIN"LANDS UPON WHICH TAXES J ,,.-'' : ,-r- /! ; ,/ ,"> "'so.... ; Now ..
ARE DELINQUENT ).X. :",' '''': '. :.. .." .: 7: :_ -4... ..oc.,r tf: ," .:.
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NOTICE, '
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To all persons and corporations interested In or having any lien or claim upon any of the lands .described : ,J ?: .;.
therein: ." ..
You are hereby notified that the City of: Clewiston, a municipal corporation bas filed Its bill of complaint J'Y
in the above named court to foreclose delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years with
'interest and penalties upon the parcels of land set forth in the following schedule, all of said parcels lying and :::;. Phone 66 for Ruth Beardsley or :;:
being In the City of Clewiston, Hendry County, Florida, the aggregate 'amount of said' Tax Certificates and Unpaid y
: Taxes for Subsequent Years against said respective parcels of land, as set forth in said bill of: complaint, :? Art Lawrence. ::
:being .set opposite such parcels In the. following schedule, to-wit; : '" ; ; ;
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Land ...
'Description of : I _. :
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The General Plan of Clevrls- -'" ?
ton, Florida as revised Sep- : .' Beardsley Insurance .;. ,-
tember 7, 1937, according to y
plat recorded In Plat Book J Y
:. pages 71 to 78, inclusive AMOUNT OF UNPAID TAXES '
Public Records of ]Bendr'T AMOUNT OF TAX CERTIFICATES FOR SUBSEQUENT YEARS: :; J Agency :;_i:;

County, Florida. Tax Year Tax Year TOTAL Of. .;.
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*ln,"sSTiltion to the amounts set opposite each parcel of land in the foregoing schedule Interest and penalties, '' .:,
provided by law on such delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years, together with a ,: W1ffI ; I
proportionate part of: the costs and expenses' of: this suit are sought to be enforced and foreclosed in this suit. Y A
You are hereby notified to appear. and make your defenses to said bill of complaint on or before the 1st day .. .:. I
of September, A. D. J941, the same being a Rule Day of this Court, and if you fail to do so on 'or before said date, .. I:' !
' the bill will be taken as confessed by you and you will be barred, from thereafter contesting said?suit, and said o. .:. I
I respective parcels of land will be sold by decree of: said Court for nonpayment of said taxes, and interest and penalties i""E' A
thereon and the costs of: this suit. ; I
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of said Court, this the t
25th day of July A. D. 1941.


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,j FItIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1941 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE ;

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I' Mrs. ,Roy Alston and daughters, in the attractive home of Mrs. BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES tallied Mrs., Von
Mach
won first
Harriet and Carol Joy, returned Crochet, and complimenting two ----:.- I prize and /
Mrs. C. E. Miner
: Sunday from a few days visit at visitors, Mrs. J. R. Jodel of St. Mrs. R. N. Smith .entertained ond prize. Others playing were sec :
J Personals 1 1'Oct Myers Beach with Mr and Paul Minn. and Miss Florence s
j her: bridge club at her home on the Mrs. 'G. H; Small, Miss Virginia

Mrs. Walter Jenkins.E. Moran, of Milledgeville, Ga.. government, reservation Wednesday Jordan, :Mrs. J. B. Wilcox, Mrs. S. ,:'
Mrs. Foy Durrence won first afternoon. A bottle of Apple L. Crochet; and Mrs. Carl Berner., ">
L. Stewart', and Jack 'Moorman': :
prize and r received chromium cake Blossom cologne was awarded Mrs. The hostess served cake and :
Dr. O. F. Schlffli spent last week-I returned Sunday from a, two weeks' plate and server, Mrs.: Jodel won Keathley Bowden for first prize; I punch at the close of play.PERSONAL ; '1
end in Highlands. N. C., [trip to the Great Smoky :Moun-, second prize and received a silent and bath powder was given Miss ,5
family I II ,. tainns in Tennessee and North butler. Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw won Ava Ezelle for cut prize. ----------- J

,Carolina. consolation prize. Mrs. Jodel and ,
i I : '!" ( Mrs. Smith served fruit salad
Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. R. Miss Moran received guest remem- with' wafers and iced tea to Mrs.. r : ':j"
:Mrs. Charles Brewer of Ludowici,
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brances of costume jewelry.The :
Jodel and George and Bobby Jodel Bowden, ,Miss Ezelle, Mrs. H. R.
Ga., ja spending some time in Clew- players were joined for tea
J are spending today' in Miami. 'Leon Hall, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Carl ....
iston with her son, / Brewer, by Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. Kennen .
: brother Johnson, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. Irene Uncle Joe has left
and her L. C. Redish and you
and Mrs. E. E. A "
Kelly.
. : Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morrison and ;' Swayne Leslie Miller and Mrs"F. E. Conk- a fortune! You will be rich in .),
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Miss Barbara Morrison were visitors family. fruit salad course was served by ling. many ways now.' But nobody .
the hostesses. can leave you a better baking"hint
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Saturday :Mrs. Dave Alston and Miss Mar- The players ,were Mrs. W. H. than this: Use Rumford
tha Nell Alston left lVednesda'yfor : Mrs. M. E. Von Mach entertainedher Baking Powder for all
I Lanier, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs, R."Y. your
Misses Louise Roath and Geneva a visit with :Mrs: Alston's mother Patterson, Mrs. Keathley Bow- card club at her home Wednesday baking. .'You see, Rumford -
yesterday afternoonat Allbright ': '". evening. When contains no alum it can't
Thielen spent scores were
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Mrs.
den, Mrs. C. E., Berner, Mrs. B. J. leave a bitter taste. And Rum- i
Lake Worth, Beach. relatives in and near, .,Columbus, ,. Ga. Schroeder, Mrs* Foy, Durrence_ Mrs. ford helps',retain the natural "' .
Hub Spooner, Miss Florence Moran ;moisture that keeps fresh taste :
Mr. and Mrs. Manning ,Keen, left Mrs. Joel Keene left'Sunday for Mrs. Ralph M. Bishop, Mrs. Johnson's and texture longer. Use Rum-
Fish
the first of the week for a two Vero Beach where she -Is' visiting F. Morrison, Mrs. G. B. Rack- CampNear ford with every recipe in the
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weeks' vacation in Pennsylvania.Mr. relatives. Mr. Keene is spending IJ. Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. E. L. ( Hurricane Gate) and amount expect the perfect directions results call for

several days with a group; ? of FFA Stewart, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.J. Clewiston, Fla time. FREE. Send for new book-every

and Mrs. 'C. E. Sapp are boys at the state FFA", camp" '. near R. Jodel, Mrs. W. E. Bolton, Mrs.G. Boats and Motors-Guide Service let, containing dozens of
parents of a baby boy, who was Lake City., B. Thomas, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn Rates ReasonableW. bright ideas to improve your

1 born Friday, August 15th., Jr., Mrs. H. Vaughn, Mrs. M. M. H. Johnson, Mgr. baking. Address: Rumford
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nall Baking Powder, Box R Rum-
Prewitt, Mrs. Nicholas Mumford, ford, Rhode Island.Good .
Mrs. Beulah Scheleen of Arcadiawas left Saturday for Daytona Beach Mrs. G. A. Yon and Mrs. F., E.
a business visitor here this for a two ,weeks' vacation: ,They Conkling. I

week. were to be joined 'by Mrs. Nail's .. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

parents, Mr. and :Mrs. A. A.. Mun- MRS. WEIDLER, GIVEN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

Mrs. Harold Chambers of New roe, of Madison. FAREWELL PARTY Maps Estimates

j ,Smyrna is spending the week herewith JOHN H. DOTY I
I Mr. Chambers. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson have The girls who are employed in Engineering Consultant FarmLand
i returned from a two weeks'. vaca- the Sugar Office Building gave a
Miss Evelyn Kellems spent Wed-I tion which they spent in Georgia.Mrs. Coca-Cola party Wednesday even. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.,
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nesday in Miami with her father' Wilson's mother, Mrs. L. R. ing as a farewell for Mrs. E. R.

who is quite ill. Oliphant of Marietta, returned with Weidler at the home of Mrs. JohnJ.

them for a visit. Kettl. Mrs. Weidler, who has

been employed in the stenographic J. M. COUSECounselor
J. E. Beardsley was a business I I
visitor in West Palm Beach Wed- Mrs. C. D. Beatty spent a few department during the summer, will tor Rent
nesday. days in Tampa the first of the week., leave with her husband for Prince- and Attorney at Law
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Charles Leslie and Bobby Miller ton, N. J., on August 31st. Hopkins Building

Mrs. W G. Mathis and children who have been ,visiting their uncle Mrs.- Weidler was given a three- Wednesdays and Saturdays ..

returned Sunday from a two weeks' and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. .C.. Miller, strand pearl necklace and lingerieas 0:30 to 4:00 -
stay in Bradenton.Mr. here, returned with her..' remembrances of the office force.

Sandwiches, olives and CocaColaswere

and Mrs. Earl Smith are Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and served.

d,,j planning to leave this week-end sons, Frank and Eddie, Mr. and, Those invited were Misses Phoebe CLEWISTONTINNING TrespassersWill
for a stay of a couple of weeks at Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford and Van Peterson, Elizabeth Huffaker, Mae I
& PLUMBING SHOP
St. Petersburg.Mr. Mumford enjoyed a day of deep- Palmer, Virginia Jordan, Evelyn Be
sea fishing in the 'Gulf Stream off ] Hare, Jessie Maloy, Barbara Mor- Anything in Plumbing Fixtures

and Mrs. A. L. Hackett and i Palm Beachj, Sunday. rison, Lee Pridgen; Margaret Spool-' Prompt, Efficient ,Service ProsecutedClewiston
children are leaving tomorrow to stra, Mildred Durst, Renee Weth-

spend a 'week or two vacation at Ray Bass left yesterday for ,a ington, Hortense Collins, Floriue PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
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Fort Myers Beach. two; weeks' vacation, during whichhe Moore, Mrs. Cecile Brooks, Mrs.

will, visit his mother, Mrs. Angie W. L. Brown, Jr., 'and Mrs. T. E.

,Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell of Bass, of Okeechobee and will visitin Markette.
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Miami spent the week-end here Tampa and in other parts of
with their daughter, Mrs. G. E. Florida. II I WEINER ROAST GWEN IN Dr. Walter F., Purdon

, Etherton.Mr. CELEBRATION OF BIRTHDAY And
! Osteopathic Physician & Surgeon Realty
j Mrs. W. W. Perry and son, John,

and Mrs. Wardwell Peeplei spent a few days the first of the Charles E. Miner, Jr., celebratedhis Office, Hopkins Clewiston Building. "' -, -
tenth birthday Friday with a DevelopmentCorporation
week in Tampa. Mrs. Perry's sister -
of Princeton and M. A. Pope of and
Daily except Sunday ,
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weiner roast at his home. Those
Homestead were week-end guestsof Miss Kathleen Lewis, who is (
Thursday
recuperating from an illness returned attending were Frank and Eddie
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Allen. ,
Evening hours, Monday, Tuesday,
with them for a few weeks. Conkling, Lester Jacobs: ) Bub' Mills,
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I Eleanor' Von Mach, Harry Vaughn, Friday, Saturday.
' Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson I '
Mrs. W, M. Redelsheimer r of Mi- and Bobby Williams. ..
returned Saturday from two 'weeks'spent' '
ami,, is recuperating at the Clewis .
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with relatives in Sarasota
ton Hospital from an appendectomy .i":":": :")o:":"+M+M+M*"*MMMM* +WWAMMMM*": : -:..:..):
and Live Oak. ...... ....*.... .......n.!..Tlf.. *.%.......p o)0)0:0:0.)0)0)0)0.:0.. '
performed Thursday morning. Mr. .<< : : :N: : : : :N: : : : : :N: :M>0< : : : :-:rft : ":"':""

Redelsheimer came up to be with xx.
Miss Marguerite ,Mizelle ,left the AA
her and is returning. to Miami in a Irz
first of the week for Fort Lauder-
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Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brantleyand XXi '' f ENJOY AN .?.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stephens, ::,'' ,_" ."...
and Mrs. John J. Kettl ;" ..
returned left Saturday for Pennsylvania.They .' \' ..
Wednesday from a" trip 'to are visiting relatives"' of Mrs.: ,' 1,, ....

Western North Carolina and 'through Brantley, and will also visit :Mr. I .s..z. ALL ELECTRIC ::'.. .z..z

Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. Stephens' father, C. H. Stephens, in. :xxII:: ",' : .' : :

Philadelphia.Miss +...+. ,>' 22'.
Anne: Prewitt had her tonsils removed ', .:..z. HOME : ..z"... "

,p Saturday at Good Samaritan Shirley Hunter had as her yy vf
Hospital in West Palm Beach. She guest for several days, Miss Cora XX y?

is recovering nicely. Lee Goolsby' of Gainesville. On .!... ., T"Y9.

Monday, Miss Hunter, Miss Goolsby, M AA Vy
Miss Ava Ezelle of Graceville arrived :Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, Mrs. H. R. n
Sunday for 'a visit with her Hall and :Miss Lois Prince spent :XX::::i: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ;:_'_;
brother, Dr. J. W. Ezelle and family *
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the day in Miami.N itt takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::: :

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Curry and : ? home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently *,
Mrs. W. 'R. Broaderick has had son, Gail, of Jacksonville, arrived .z.? .s.
as her guest, her brother, Corporal in Clewiston Saturday. Mr., Curry I,;* ** and economically. ;}:..:.:

Carl H. Hansen, of Fort Jackson, left Sunday evening' for '; Sebring, 1 ..z.".?

S. C. where he' has been' transferred to :::;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :?:
the U. S., Engineer office Mrs' .b
Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Misses Curry and Gail visited with friends :: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate f;
Edythe, Nell and Sue Cornette left
the first of the week to visit relatives here till Wednesday. :_::;_: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :

in Morton's Gap, Kentucky.Miss BRIDGE FOR PARTY TWO FRIDAY VISITORS ISGIVEN 1:i::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. .:!24:

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Beth Nail left this week fora

two weeks' visit with her brother- Mrs. M. E. Von Mach and Mrs.S. :i:: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home / ;: :

in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ] L. Crochet were hostesses Friday :=:..;, that is all electric and modern. :
R. P. Wainwright, in Washington. I afternoon at a bridge party given .;..z.- ;."
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"Well, thanks," he said; "I'm gladto --------IMPROVED--------1
know." Gems of ThoughtA

"He knows you're here-and what UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL.
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you're here for." I I GOOD disposition I far
"I he does Roper said.
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suppose I SUNDAY
prefer to gold; for gold is
here for Lasham (LessonBy
"You're" waiting the gift of fortune; goodness of

W.N.U. she accused him. "You know disposition is the gift of nature.I .
By ALAN UMAY Release he'll come here. You're going to try HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute prefer much rather to be
INSTALLMENT 9 vealing.their own corrupt inefficiency. shooting it out- of Newspaper called good than fortunate.-
(Released by Western UnIon)
THE STORY SO FAR: These men had connived with Roper shrugged and was silent. Plautus.

Dusty King and Lew Gordon had built Lasham in bringing about a condi- "Bill, it's hopeless! Walk Lashamis Manhood, not scholarship, is
up a vast string of ranches In the West. tion of tribal starvation; they were the fastest gunfighter in the Lesson for August 24 the first aim of education.
King was killed by his powerful and unscrupulous willing to connive with Bill Roperto north!" Ernest

competitor, Ben Thorpe. Bill cover up their position in any Roper shrugged again. "Walk Thompson Seton.There's .
Roper. King's adopted son. was determinedto Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected a divinity that shapes our
avenge his death In spite of opposition way they could. wants no fight with me. and copyrighted by International ends,
by his sweetheart Jody Gordon and her By delivering beef to the reserva- "You're going to force the fight Council permission of Religious Education; used by Rough-hetv them how it-c will

father. Roper's successful raids against tions under these highly irregular yourself! That's what you've been --Shakespeare.This .

Thorpe's Texas holdings wiped him out of conditions, Roper's wild bunch could waiting here for, ever since you THE WRITER OF HEBREWS EX- world belongs to the
the state. When Roper visited Jody one little more than make expenses. But came to Miles City. Any moment PLAINS THE NEW COVENANT energetic.-Emerson. '

night cattle, she thief almost and contemptuously gunman. His determination called hima the advantage was this-a beef herd Lasham may walk in that door-" Self-confidence is the first

unchanged, he now turned his attention delivered to an Indian tribe disap- Marquita sat staring at him hope- LESSON TEXT-Hebrews 91122. requisite to great undertakings.
toward Thorpe's ranches In Montana. peared over night, leaving little lessly, in her eyes a fixity of devotion became GOLDEN'TEXT-Being made perfect, he -Samuel Johnson.
the author of eternal salvation unto
Jody was secretly visited one night by Shoo trace. A thousand hands skinnedout which his taciturnity seemed to all them that obey him.-Hebrews 5:9.
shone Wilce, one of Roper's men. who the beef, destroying the portionsof increase. Against his will he was

warned that,her father's life was in grave the hides containing the brands. becoming something that was hap- The infinite superiority of the Lord Marvel of
danger. : horses pening to Marquita.He Jesus Bee's EyeWe t
Constantly changing per- Christ, in both person and
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petually in the saddle, Roper's sad- remained silent; and, in a lit- work, is a theme which the writerof
CHAPTER XII-Continued dle hawks swung across Montana. tle while, she went away. Hebrews presented to encourage !always think of all creaturesas

Jody Gordon's eyes had darkenedin They first struck at Muddy Bend, An hour passed, while Roper, Hebrew Christians who were suffering having two eyes. But a bee has

the dusk, making her face seem ; picking up four hundred head of drinking slowly, played his solitaireand much for their faith (Heb. 10:32) five eyes, one on each side of its

very pale. "What do you want me I steers in the breaks of the Yellow- watched the door. and were being tempted to turn head, and three on top.

to do?" stone. Three days' hard driving delivered 'Then suddenly Marquita was back to Judaism (Heb. 2:1; 3:12). The three on top are ordinary

Shoshone Wilce shrugged. "That these to a village of Assini- back. She came behind his chair to The portion of the chapter beforeus single eyes, but the side ones are

ain't hardly up to me, Miss Gordon. boine. Only four days later they ,speak close to his ear in a panicky deals with the heart of the mat- marvels of Nature. They are like

But I'll tell you this: many's the were on the flats of the Little Thun- whisper. "He's coming! He's coming ter in presenting the sacrifice of cut diamonds, having facets fac-

time I've seen your father go stomp- der, far away. Here, struggling along the walk-" Christ as being superior to all the ing different directions. The worker -

ing down the board walk right here through a soft blinding snow, they "All right." sacrifices of the Old Testament. The bees have 6,000 facets, the

in Ogallala, alone, and not even ran off five hundred head, and a few "Walk has two of his men with verses are somewhat difficult to out- drones have 13,000 facets in each
armed. That won't do, Miss Gor- hundred They side eye. The queen bee, strangely -
days later three more. him," she said rapidly. "Youhaven't line, but the following, adapted in'a
don. If I was in your place, I Griffith enough, has only 5,000.It .
measure from Dr. W. H.
a chance, not a ghost of a
wouldn't never let him out of the Thomas is thought by those who have
chance. I can't bear to will be helpful.I. .
see you
house without his gunbelt is strappedon studied these wonderful insects
killed! I know don't The of Christ-a Bet-
you care any- Ministry
and the iron free in its leather. that' the single eyes are used for
thing about me. If you did I'd go ter Ministry (vv. 11-14).
And wherever he goes, there oughtto observing objects close at hand,
be three or four good hardshooting anywhere in the world with you. Every act of worship calls for a while the facet eyes are used for
if But now you have to come out of sanctuary and worshiper. Under
cowboys with him; because, a long-distance sight.GET .
I know Ben Thorpe, he isn't going here-quick-by the back way. I'll the old covenant the Jews were fa-

into any gunfight alone!" do anything miliar with the tabernacle into

Jody peered at him intently. Suddenly she whimpered. Bill which their priests went daily, and

"What made you bring this word to Roper saw that three men had come the holy of holies into which the THIS

me?" into the front of the Palace Bar. high priest went once a year with

"I'm a Bill Roper man," Shoshone rr The first of the three, a dark, lean the blood of goats and bulls; but

Wilce said. "God knows, Miss Gor- ? man with wide, bowed shoulders, now under the new covenant they BIBlE
was Walk Lasham. had FREE!
don, stringing with Bill Roper has
never done anything for me. But- Marquita caught BilTshead, in her 1. A Better Priest and Sanctuaryv.

well, I just thought Bill Roper would arms, forced up his chin; and kissed ( 11) '

want you to know. I kind of got the' 1r a him. He was surprised at the unex- No longer do we need the ,mediating ful For users over 70 have years preferredWintersmith'aTonic,grate.

idea he thinks a heap of you, Miss pected softness of her lips, hot priesthood of a fellow man set for
Gordon." against his mouth. Then abruptly apart for that office, for Christ Him- Malaria. We want YOUto

And now another pony came slash- Marquita stooped, and as she sprang self has become a High Priest and try Wintersmith's- ,

ing up to the corral. One of the load- 1 Q 1 away from him he felt the weight of is the "one mediator between God therefore offer you this '

ing foremen had come in. his gunbelt ease. She flung over and men" (I Tim. 2:5)), yet He is complete 761-page
i Holy Bible, FREE ifyou'll
her shoulder "It's for not "who be touched with
your own one cannot
"I got to be getting along, Sho- I send us two
sake! Her face white. the feelings'of infirmities but
, shone Wilce said quickly. I was our ; small Wintersmithcarton
I She turned away, but instantly q I He half started up, in instant was in all points tempted like as ware tops(or 1 large

turned back again, and gripped Sho- anger, but the girl was running yet without sin" (Heb. 4:15). carton top). Just
shone's 'he irwdd rr'Nlb ,down the room. He saw her put 2. A Better Sacrifice and Blessingv mail Wintersmith
just slidingout
arm as was Chemical Co., Inc.,
of sight. something under the bar, and. he ( 12). 650 Hill Street.
knew it his The blood of Christ the
"Stay around," she ordered him. was gun. perfectand LouisvilleKentucky.WHITESMITH'S] .
"Stay here until="; Roper rang his whiskey glass upon final sacrifice for sin, resultedin

Miss! Gordon,"' cane the quick 'YIJm'ffl"; the table, tryirig-to catch a bar- a once-for-all solution of the sin
tender's If Lasham had not problem 'and provided the blessingof
whisper, "I've got to get on to They first struck at Muddy Bend. eye.
what the had done of eternal redemption.
Miles City. I-" seen girl one

"I thought so. Bill Roper's some- Christmased in company with a herdof them could bring him his gun be- 3. A Better Result (vv. 13, 14). I lc

where up there isn't he? Yes. Well, lifted steers somewhere between fore it was too late. But the bar was The sacrifices of the Mosaic ritual ', fIn

I'm Three thronged; the bartenders were work- had an outward result. They "did
going to join my father there- Sleep and the Little Powder;
I'll ride with you in the morning." and New Year's found them sifting ing fast, in the thick of'the evening sanctify and cleanse the flesh; how .

"Four' hundred miles! And no 'the pick of Lasham's cattle out of rush. much more the blood of Christ" Memory's Caverns

coach until-" his Lost Soldier range.} The bar-flies had made room for (Moorehead). His sacrifice gave Friends depart, and memory
Walk Lasham the end of the bar spiritual cleansing, the cleansing of
at
Don'f'\voiry about that. It takes 'By the end of January they had takes them to her caverns, pure
and Lasham and his the "conscience from dead works to
saddle ponies to make time. moved three thousand head-the two cowboyshad and deep.-Thomas Haynes Bayly.
their heads .serve the living God" (v. 14).
"But-I'm afraid your Paw might cream of the wintering stock. together now, con-
think-" very sulting.One II. The Ministry of Christ-an Efficacious -

"I don't know how Bill Roper ever incredible Repeatedly distances they had in driven cattle of the cowboys, a man with a Ministry (vv. 15-22). HAIR
impossibletime
used you," Jody said with contempt. ; scar across his face that distortedhis This ministry of our High Priest, MOROV I F!
; TONIC
Shoshone winced. "I I'll be mouth in the manner of a hare Christ, is well characterized by the .
Yet he knew his work had only "
around." begun. All their hard riding would lip, went quickly behind the bar, word "efficacious, which means ON'SKID BOTTLE sires 1025

He,faded into the shadows as Jody fail of hunted beneath it, and returned to "having the effective energy to pro-
effect unless he could strike "
walked out of the stable, her eyes such Walk. Roper saw Lasham's long duce an effect. He came into the
a smashing blow as would Bearing Reproof
hard and bright in the dusk. face set. He said to himself, "Walk world "to save sinners" (I Tim. '
cause a split between Lasham and Fear not the anger of the wiseto
knows ." 1:15), and He did it. We note
Ben Thorpe. raise;;, Those best can bear reproof -
CHAPTER XIII Walk Lasham fiddling with 1. The Power of the New Minis-
And Roper had a plan-rash in was who merit praise.-Pope.
his empty glass on the bar, and the try (v. 15).
scope and method, but savage in effect ;
The surrender of Christ even unto
.
Bill Roper sat alone at a rear table scar-mouthed man was watching
: if it could be fulfilled. Alreadyhe
in the Palace Bar in Miles with from death gives validity and efficacy to
City Roper covertly one eye
had enough riders in to
sight
-the young, turbulent center of a under the brim of his hat. Lasham the new covenant. "All the trans- t ervous Restless
strike this last
desperate blow. But
of the old covenant had
vast, raw range, the possibilities of reached for a bottle, filled his glass, gressions
the available to his
men
which were still unknown.For purpose tossed it off. Then he turned squarely been treasured up; the death of 0

three months Roper had rid- were wild-eyed fighting kids who toward Roper, and came walking Christ:: gave satisfaction to all that G II rls I Cranky? Restless?
could not be driven and could Tire
that covenant could claim and Can't sleep?
,
den through the bitter Montana win- back through the big room. of
scarcely be led; Roper could not 0 easily? :Because
ter. It had been no trouble for him captain his campaign alone. So now Roper played his cards, his hands brought release. So the Mediator of distress of monthly
to dozen the new covenant begins an entirelynew functional disturbances? Then try
sweep together a mplcon- visible upon the table. It seemed to
he fretted in Miles
City, seeking economy, with sin put away by Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com-
! tent cowboys who,.hated Lasham or three or 'four outlaw leaders who take Lasham a long time to walk pound.
Thorpe, or both. Already they knew would make his preparations I the length of the room. Roper the sacrifice of Himself, and an open Is larnoui
com- Pinkham's Compound
Bill Roper's name. lookout chair wherea path to the beginning of a new life
, plete. glanced at the for relieving pain of irregularperlodaand
' Against their common enemy salaried gun-fighter usually sat. in the favor and power of God"Andrew cranky nervousness due to such
Now one of the dance hall girls ( Murray). disturbances.One of the most effective -
these youngsters could'be led, wild,. It was empty now.
came to his table slipping uninvited'into medicines you can buy tod:1.yfor
,
2. The Guarantee of the New Min
reckless and for raid .
crazy ; and Walk Lasham was standing in. this purpose-made especiallyor /
Roper had led them as Texas had a chair. This was a girl whose front of him. istry (vv. 16, 17). women. WORTH TRYING
1 attention bothered and embarrassed
l taught him. time he "So you," he said, "are the tough Speaking of our redemption as an
His new northern wild bunch faced Roper every came here. gunman that killed Cleve Tanner." eternal inheritance (v. 15)) naturally c

conditions in many ways bitterly- Her name was Marquita.She Bill Roper raised his eyes to Walk leads to the thought that a testa WNU- .7 34-41

verse. Here in the north were no spoke to him now in a quiet, Lasham's face. "And you," he said, ment or will does not become effective -

! ousted cattlemen, no established lifeless" voice. "Why don't you, like I. "are one' of the dirty cowards that until the death of the testator. Custom a Habit

population to which he could look for me? murdered Dusty King." God has "blessed us with all spiritual Custom is almost a second na

help. The Canadian border was far "I like you all right," he said. A hush had fallen upon the room blessings in heavenly places in ture.-Plutarch.

, away, and no market awaited the "No, you don't. You ,don't even unbroken by the clink of a glass or Christ: according as he hath chosenus

\ hard-pushed herds on the other side. see me at all." the rattle of a chip. Lasham and in him before the foundation of

l What Montana had that Texas did He noticed now that she looked Roper looked at each other througha the world" (Eph. 1:3, 4). That 0r

not have was a concentration of Indian I different tonight; and after a mo- moment of silence.He means that not 'only our salvation,

I tribes, principally Sioux and ment he recognized that this was dropped his eyes to Roper's but "everything we have had, even

Cheyenne, deprived of their hunting because there was no paint on her hands, and his own right hand start- <>temporal mercies, are a part of Bloodof
\I- grounds, and dependent for food face. That would be because he disliked ed a tentative movement toward the those purchased and bequeathed lielp Them Cleanse the Waste

! ,upon beef which the government paint-though he had no idea butt of his gun. His spread fingers blessings; everything is sanctifiedby Harmful Body

I was pledged to supply. It was to how she had found that out. Her shook a little as his hand crept down. the precious death of our Lord waste Your matter kidneys from are the constantly blood stream.filtering But

i this circumstance that Roper had washed face was a perfectly sym- But he was grinning now, sure of Jesus Christ. kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
'I turned. metrical oval set with black eyes a his ground. 3. The Confirmation of the New act Impurities as Nature that intended-fail, if retained,to may remove -

i The giant beef contracts which the little slanted, and her black hair, "Looks a little different to you Ministry (vv. 18-22). poison the system and upset the whole "

j government threw upon the market parted in the middle, was drawn now, huh?" The shedding of blood on Cal body Symptoms machinery.may be nagging backache; "

had inevitably attracted more than back severely, in the fashion of the "A coyote always looks like a coy- vary's tree for the remission of sin persistent headache,attacks of, dizziness,

I one kind of graft. The result was mestizo girls of the Texas border. ote to me." was not a new or, strange thing.In under getting the up eyes nights-a feeling swelling of pufflness nervous

famine-pitiful, relentless. Starva- She leaned toward him now, and The smile dropped from Lasham'sface. that Old Testament covenant it anxiety and loss of pep and bladder strength.disorder -
Other of kidney or
I tion stalked through the 'lodges of spoke rapidly, her voice low and "I'm going to give you every was the blood of goats and bulls, are signs sometimes burning, scanty or

the Sioux, the Cheyenne, the Crow compelling. "Listen-I hate Walk chance," he said. His voice swungin not sufficient to perfectly cleansethe too There frequent should urination.be no doubt that prompt

t -and with it, Roper's opportunity. Lasham, too." even rhythms, low and sing-song. spirit of man nor give him once- treatment is wiser than neglect. Us*

Scouring the country, Roper "Listen," she insisted. "You haveto "I'm going to count five. Draw and for-all remission, but nonetheless a Doa'fl new friends'. Pan for Doan't more have than been forty winning years.

turned up four Indian agents who listen to me. Walk Lasham's in fire any time you want to; becauseon type of the better sacrifice of the They have a nation-wide reputation.

1. were already badly scared. They town. He came in this afternoon." five I'm going to kill you where Lamb of God. > country Are recommended over. A,k by your grateful",ighborlS people the

had overplayed their hands, and So, ,Roper thought, the time had you sit." Then "let us hold fast the profes-

were now faced with a loss of life come to move on again, with his "I don't think you are." sion of our faith without waveringfor

among their charges about which work undone. He didn't like it, "One; twoLasham: said. ( he is faithful that promised.)" DOAN 1 SPILLS

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PAGE EIGHT rIIIDAY, .nL'-I'UI'-IO.l.ATT/-TTCnn nn......., ifl41

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NWU: of NEU of Section 9. South, Range 34 East; of Section 11; 'North Half '(N1h Section
Louisiana Protests Township 46 South, Range 34 "W'/fc of Section 29, Township 46 of Section 12; all of Section 14; I of Section 32; all of- Section 33; all
East -' South Range 34 East; Northwest Quarter (NWU) and I of 34. le* Railroad right
E4 of E% of NEU of, NWU E% of SWU of Section 33, West Half (W%) of Southwest The way; all Of Section 35.
Sugar Price Ceiling of Section 9. Township 46 South,' Township 46 South Range 34 Quarter (SWU) of Section 15. ,iQf2.llow'nK'South' Property In Township -
Range 34 East; East. ; less! Railroad' right of way; North Range 34 East;
E# of W% of NEU of NWU SEU of SEU .of. Section; 33, Half .tNiU; _and, Southwest ;QuarterSW' /wilA, that of Part'of the North Half
Section
&W1h of Eof NE' of N'VIA, Township 46 r South, Range 34 and West Half '(WU-y the 9 flying North of
Five hundred sugar' cane grow- of Section '9,' Township 46 South, East:. of Northwest Quarter (NWU of the : mile canal and West of
Louisiana met last week and Range 34 East; WIh of SWU of Section 33, Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Sec- The Moore Haven-Clewiston: Road.
ers of E% of W.! of SEU of NWU of Township 46 South. Range 34 tion 16; all of Section 17; all of 44 following Property in Township -
drafted resolutions of protest Section 9. Township 46 South, East; Section 20; all of Section 21; all All of South., Range 33 East:
the price ceiling of 3.6 Range 34 East; SEU of NEU of Section 33, of Section 22 less Railroad rightof less Section 2; all of Section
against W% of W% of NE1of NWU Township 46 South, Range 34 way; all of Section 23; all of I of 3. Section Railroad right of way; all
cents per pound on 96 per cent raw of Section 9, Township 46 South, East* Section 26; all of Section 27 less 4; all of Section 5.
Range 34 East; SWU of NEU of Section 33, I BILL MADDOX,
Price CoordinatorLeon Railroad right of
set by all of
Sec-
sugar W>/& of W% of SEU of NWUof Township 46 South, Range 34. way; No. SherIff 8f ?5n8.yrttlltSr-?
Henderson the first of the Section 9; Township 46 South, East; tion 28; all of Section 29; all of I 259-Aug. 1. ,
Range 34. East; NEU of NEU of Section 33,
week. EV6 of SEU of NW% of Sec- Township 46 South, Range 34
The resolution set out that the tion 9, Township 46 South Range East;
the 34 East: E'of NWU of Section 33,
growers unanimously protested E'h of SWU of Section 9, Township 46 South, Range 34
arbitrary and sudden action of Mr.I Township 46 South, Range 34 East;
the dicta- East: NWU of SE1of Section 33;
Henderson and deplored W& of SWU of Section 9, Township 46 South Range 34 :
torial manner in which the action Township: 46 South, Range 34 East: ,
of Section 33, I
without consultationwith East; SWU of SETS
was taken any SEU of SEU of Section 9, Township 46 South Range 34
sugar producers or cane grow- Township. 46 South Range 34 East; ,
further set out that the East: W'/4 of NWU of Section 33. ; l
ers. They NWU of SEU of Section 9, /Township 46 South, Range 34 ; '
price would bring. only 76 parityto Township 16 South, Range 34 East; // ,
the producers and ninety percent East; NEU of SElof Section 33, I
'VI of NWlof Section 9. Township 46 South Range 34 I Ifi
to the growen. Township 46 South, Range 34 East; I I
'
Meanwhile in* Washington only East; The said lands above described will
W# of SE% of NEU of Sec- be offered for sale at said sale according /
one congressman had been found tion 9. Township 46 South Range the description above given "Y2j'p
who considered the price ceiling 34 East: so that each body of land embracedin
All Section 10, Township 46 each separate description will be.
"too high." He was from a non- South Range 34 East; offered for ,sale separately from all: : i 1
sugar producing state, Rep. Frank All Section 12, Township 46 other. parcels. 1f
South, Range 34 East; Purchaser to pay for deed.H. .
.
Osmer, Jr., of New Jersey. Osmer All Section 17 Township 46 A. RIDER
went so far: as to 'urge the lower- South. Range 34 East; Special Master in Chancery.No. .
NEU of NEU of Section 21, 260-August 15-22-29. rl lC
Ing of tariff walls in order, that Township 46 South Range 34 .
more sugar might be imported from East; '
-\ .'" W% of NWU of Section 21, ''
foreign areas.Henderson NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Township 46 South, Range 34
indicated that if new East:
SWJof SEU of Section 21, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IIII
sugar legislation were passed this under, and by virtue of a writ of
Township, 46 South, Range 34 J cir4n .
execution issuing out of the Circuit
be made
effort would East:
year that an Court Judicial Circuit of
11th
I' of of the
SEU NEU of Section 21.
payments to' 110 Florida in and for Dade County
'to increase parity Township 46 South Range 34 up- o
on a certain judgment recovered in
cent of parity. East: AIRCONDITIONED
per certain in said
NWU of NEU of SEU of Sec- a cause lately pending
Court Essex Investment Com-
tion 21. Township 46 South, Range wherein
34 East; pany, a Missouri corporation was
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE NEB of NEU of SEU of Sec- Plaintiff, and Aripeka Farms Company -
tion 21, Township 46 South Range a Florida corporation was Defendant -
and wherein plaintiff recovered -
NOTICE is hereby given that under 34 East; a judgment in the sum of
Wi of SWU of Section 21, Lam/air I
and by virtue of a final decree of Three Hundred ,Twenty-one Thousand
Township 46 South, Range 34
foreclosure and sale rendered in the East Seven Hundred Twenty-three Dollars
Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial and lls
Eight Cents ($321,723.08) a cer-
NWU of SEU of Section 21,
Circuit of Florida in and for Hendry
tified transcript of which said judg-
County, in a certain cause pending East Township 46 South Range 34 ment has been recorded in the of- Dependable Service
wherein Ray C. Hull was plaintiff, ; fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
and T. J. Champion et al. were defendants nship 46V1ASou Section 21. have
To Range 34 of Hendry County, Florida I' ,
the undersigned Special East.N levied upon all and will sell for cashto Low Fares
Master appointed by the court to the highest bidder at the Court
% of SE% of SEU of Section
sale of the property as directedin
make
House door in the City of LaBelle,
will offer for sale and 21, Township 46 South Range
said decree I
Florida, on Monday the 1st of Sep-
sell to the highest and best bidder 34 East of; tember, 1941 between 11:00 o'clockA. Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
I S14 SEU of SERA of Section
at the front door of the
for cash M. and 2:00 o'clock P. M., the fol-
court house in the City of LaBelle, East 21, Township, 46 South Range 34 lowing described property, being the and the North
;
Hendry County Florida on property of defendant, Aripeka Farms
SWU of NEU of Section 21,
September I, 1941, during MOndaY'1 Company, to-wit: NorthboundLv.
Township 46 South, 34
hours of sale, the following East; Range The following property in Town- CANAL POINT . 4.55AM 1:25: PM
property, situate in Hendry ship 43 South. Range 33 East: Ar. TAMPA .. . 10:10 AM 6.55PM Costs Less
to-wit: NEU of Section 29, Township All of, Section 8; all of Section Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM than Driving
NEU of NEU of countY'1 46 South Range 34 East; 9: all of Section 10 less Railroad Ar. ORLANDO .: .. 10:50 AM 7:45 PM Ono RoundAr.
Township 46 South, SEU of Section 29, Township 46 right of way; West Half (Wlh). JACKSONVILLE .. 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way Trip
East ..
; TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12:59 AM
of NEU of section t>, Ar. 1.65.
SEU MIAMI $ 300
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Township 46 South Range 34 Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE : 4:70: 8:50:

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of NEU of Section 5. Lv. CANAL POINT 5:20 PM 11:25 PM
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Township 46 :South: Range 34 Ar.JACKSONVILLE . 3:45. AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.35 4.25
ORLANDO2.95 5.35
East;
wlfi of SEU of Section 5, DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALL A- TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25
Township 46 South, Range 34 BUY THAT HOUSE NOW! HASSEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
East: fOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
E% of SEU of Section 6, MACON 7.25 13.05
Township 46 South, Range 34 Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45

East; Invest Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM' 9.90 17.85
NWU of Section 5, Township Before Prices, Rise. Monthly Ar. MIAMI . 8.50PM: 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.00
46' South, Range 34 East; .
32.25'Returning
CHICAGO 17.90
Section 5, Township
SWU of
46/South Range 34 East; Payments Just Like Rent. Insure Your NEW YORK' 15.85 28.55
Lv.'MIAMI . 10.00AM 2COAM
Ar.' CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4.55AM
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Subscription '$2.00 Per Year DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE

PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT

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