The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Work On New Baptist LADIES NIGHT HELD [ Plans Made To Welcome

ii.: Church Begins Monday BY KIWANIS CLUBThe East Coast MotorcadeInterest

Clewiston Kiwanis Club held

its first meeting in the new Clew-
STRUCTURE TO BE BUILTAT iston Inn Wednesday evening and
BuildingAt RevivedIn
CORNER OF CENTRAL celebrated Ladies Night. There 500 PEOPI.lB TO

AND VENTURA STREETS were fifty Kiwanians, their wives
Hooker's Point and guests present.A Tennis TourneyDuring PARTICIPATE '

Announcement was made this feature of the program was
While/ the greater part of the
week by officials of the newly' several classical dances given by
B. E. Nail, Sr. has begun con- the past few weeks interest reception of the East Coast motor
organized Baptist Church that con- Miss Zoe Hoover, of Shreveport,
struction of one dwelling house, in tennis, which lagged some cade which is planning to
struction of the first and main La., who ,is visiting her brother visit the
has plans for another to start what during the winter and
very spring,
unit of their new church building Sidney Hoover of the U. S.. Eng'ineer Everglades section Sunday, will be
shortly and expects to build sev- has revived once more and more
would be started at once. Ground office. These dances were staged in Belle Glade where 'the
eral more such houses in the be
and more players may seen on
will be broken Monday morning for greatly enjoyed by everyone at-
future on a four acre tract of the local courts each day. Several group will stop for' a picnic lunch,
the foundation.The tending.
i' land which he purchased recently matches have been played in the Clewiston civic bodies are making
first unit, to cost Each member was required to
across the street from his home and ladder tournament and several
apprOXi-/ every effort to make the
/ introduce
mately: $3,000, will be the guests who accom- of
place of business at Hooker'n more are being arranged so it is
feet by forty-eight feet and will panied him. their Hollywood and Fort Lauder-
Point. believed that within a short
a'>, afford ample seating accomodations I Those attending were: Mr. and very dale neighbors as pleasant as pos-
i -r The purpose of this building, ,Mrs. B. E. time competition will be keen for
for the congregations at this time. Herring, Mr. and Mrs.R. .
Mr. Nail those at the top of the ladder here. Eestimates of the num-
states provide
is to low
Regular pews will be used, each C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. A., W.
twelve feet in length and arrange.:,1 cost. housing for the lower-salaried Sias, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, who hope to retain their positions. ber who will make the trip range
t families. Already he has had Among matches played to, date upward from 150 cars and five-
several -
Mr. and
in two tiers. It will be built according Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. and
to the lines of the most inquiries as to when the Mrs. Harry Turner, Mr. and Mrs. are the following: I II hundred people.

i modern church architecture of frame houses would be finished by those R. C. Nowling, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. G. M. Ford defeated Zerney I Tentative plans for receiving the

and stucco. The floor will be be- interested in renting. Tippey, Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mr. I Meredith 6-4. motorcade include a motorcycle

tween three and four feet abov The house now under construc- and Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mr. and G. 'M. Ford challenged Bob police escort from Twenty-Mile

the ground line and concrete step' tion will have four rooms with Mrs. J. Wj. Ezelle and Miss Miriam Beardsley, Beardsley winning 6-2. Bend to Azucar, where, if the

will be provided to the entrance. spacious front and back porches. Adams, Dr. and Mrs. Forest C. Hudson, Tillery defeated G. M weather is fair, the cars will be

A small vestibule at the front will The one contemplated to be built Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Royal, Ford, Jr., 6 love. led through several fields of grow-

be flanked on either side with soon will be a duplex with two Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mr. and Bob Beardsley challenged An- ing cane in that vicinity and on to

Sunday School rooms which will be three-room apartments. Plans are Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mr. and Mrs. drew Beery, Beery defaulting.Continued Pahokee. Pahokee hopes to be

provided with folding doors to being made now to provide a wind- H. R. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. ( on Page 8) able to arrange a' view of the

make a larger auditorium when Continued on Page 8) Perry, Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. Law- lake from the levee for each of

necessary., The same plan will be rence, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown, CLEWISTON TEAM the cars with a short drive to

used in the rear of the church GOLF TOURNAMENT Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mr. Bacom Point on top of the levee.*

with small rooms on either side and Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. W. c. From Pahokee the group will

of the pulpit acting either as g in- Wright and Miss Lois June Wright, BEATS OKEECHOBEE go to Belle Glade for lunch and

day School rooms or to be used REACHESSEMI-FINALS Mrs. Hazel Prewitt, Miss Marion the short program ,planned which

by candidates for the baptismal: Leydig, Miss Zoe Hoover, SidneyM. -- will consist of one or two short

service. The baptistry will be located Hoover, I. M. Pafford and J. Clewiston went into a tie with I talks from East Coast citizens extending -
The Duval Pahokee Sunday for leadership of
back of the pulpit and slightly I Jewelry Handicap G. Niblack. I an invitation to all resi-

raised from the pulpit elevation I I Tournament, moved into quarteT'final the Everglades Baseball League by dents of the Lake section to participate -

I and sem-final play last weekat defeating Okeechobee there Sunday in the Fourth
to afford a complete view of bap- of July
the Clewiston Golf Club afternoon by a score of 12-8. The
tismal services by the congregation. I with OKEECHOOBEEFLOOD celebration in Fort Lauderdale and
five Clewiston golfers and two tie will not exist for long, however,
Material has been ordered and possibly a short musical program
from Belle Glade still in the as Clewiston meets Pahokee here
run- and drills the
by American
actual construction work is expected Legion
ning for the handsome Duval CONTROL BOARD TO next Sunday afternoon at 3:30 and Drum and
to be underway in a week or Corps, an organi-
two. Paul Bussey is to have chargeof Championship trophy. Arthur Wells, the results will determine which zation of fifty musicans who will
: the bean center's" team shall have undisputed possession -
construction. mayor, accompany the motorcade.
The building will be centrally and E. M. "Doc'" VanLandingham, RECEIVE WHARF BIDSBids of first place. A delegation from Clewiston will

located in the northwest cornerof I Everglades Handicap Champion, The game Sunday was a walk- be present in Belle Glade to extenda

Block 359 at the corner of will carry on for Belle Glade, while away for Clewiston until the ninth cordial 'invitation to visit Clewis-

Central and Ventura Streets. Three Tom "Siege Gun" Shelley, EdWard will be received until 2:00p. I inning when a fielding slump by ton following the picnic luncheonand

lots have been secured which gives J. F. Curry, Owen Winn and m. on July 11 in 'the office of Clewiston and a batting rally by while no great amount of
W. C. Prewitt still the Okeechobee Flood Control Okeechobee netted the north lake
space for the building 75 feet by represent Clew- preparation is being made for a
t iston. Board in West Palm Beach for the lads six runs and caused some cou-
,M1S 100. It will front on Ventura ,celebration here everything possible
Street. Notable among last week's "'mat construction of three new wharfsone sern among the Clewiston aggrega- will be 'done to make the visit of
of, which will_ be located in tion that the ten run lead which
The architect's design of the ches was J. F. Curry's postponed those who choose to come on to
Clewiston, one in Moore Haven and they had amassed might be
building indicates that it will be victory over E. E. Kelly. Kelly over Clewiston most enjoyable. The
the other in Taylor's Creek at come. The score at the
most attractive when completed.Two had the slender government man beginningof sugar house will be kept open from
towers in the front of vary- 4 down and 5 to'go only to have ; Okeechobee. The legal notice of the ninth inning was 12-2 with one o'clock until four and whileit
the call for bids is published else- the local in front.
ing heights impart an architect- Curry win five straight holes to will be impossible for a complete

ural dignity to the building whichis take the match 1 up, the last two where in this issue. Several of the Clewiston boys trip to be made through the sugar

fitting for a church edifice. The holes being played after several I The new wharf will be located: boosted their batting averages at house due to the summer cleanupand
I in the Industrial Canal at the north the
of two Okeechobee
church will be spacious and well- days postponement because of rain. : expense repair work now underway,
ventilated; the auditorium being Curry will meet the winner of the end of the present municipal' wharf hurlers. Hooky Avant accountedfor guides will be furnished to giveas
but not connected with it. It is the only extra base hits, how-
twelve feet in height. Ed Ward-"Doc" VanLandinghamaffray complete a picture :as possible of
to be 76 feet in length and six- ever, two doubles out of the park.
Other building units have been in the quarter-finals. Another --. the industry with the sugar season
designed but it is not planned to match in this bracket finds teen feet wide and connected with Hawkins, at bat three times, accounted over. Plans are also being made

add these for at least another yearor Owen .Winn((19) former Clewiston the bank by a wide ramp. One for three singles for a made to hold a short program of
end of the dock will be built
two. These will be added as caddy, meeting W. C. Prewitt(17). at perfect day. musical numbers and drills in the

wings to the side and rear of the With the stage all set for another elevation 18.5, about four feet Bill Sharp, who pitched the first civic park and in the event of

first unit.Dredge. famous "battle of the muni- above water at the present lake five innings for Clewiston retiredin inclement weather this program

cipalities," Arthur Wells slipped elevation and the other end will favor of Avant behind a big may be staged at the sugar house.
be at elevation 21.5, about seven lead and so was credited with the
into The
the sem-finals on a default motorcade is being sponsored -
Congaree feet above water for the
from Clewiston's prexy, F. Deane accomo- victory. Spencer and Lott were by the joint Chambers of Commerce -
dation of larger boats. A full batteries for Okeechobee.The .
Duff. Wells(8)| will meet big of Hollywood and Fort
Work .In St. LucieThe width ramp will connect the two Clewiston line-up was as
Tom Shelley(7) who won his right Lauderdale with Davie, Dania and
for semi-final battle by defeatingH. sections. follows: WI. Hooks and Clark, c; Hallandale joining in.: It is in the

U. S. Engineer's 16-inch J. Stein(26)) of Belle Glade in Piling to be used will be of 85 Sharp and Avant, p; Moore, Jb; J nature of a goodwill tour to the

hydraulic dredge Congaree was a close match 2 and 1. per cent heart pine and subjectedto R. Hooks, 2d; Roberts, ss; L. Hare lake section in anticipation of

i taken this week to the St. Lucie Second Flight a twenty pound creosote treat- 3b; Bell, If; Hawkins and R. Harecf i stronger bond between the lower
activity' found
''I'' and started work at midnight Wednesday Robert Creech(16) of Belle Glade ment. All of the substructure will ; Ward, rf. East Coast communities and the

I cleaning out sandbars from defeating Dr. W. J. White(15) 4 be of extra heavy material, .thoroughly New uniforms have been received lake communities following the

:! the St. Lucie canal which, it is and 2. Mrs. L. C. Betzner also creosoted and the deckingwill and will be worn by the boys foi opening of Road 26 next fall.

r feared, will prevent, the Welatka advanced with be of three inch by eight inch the first time Sunday afternoonin
a victory over Mrs.
entering the lake. The Welatka, timbers subjected to the Wolman- their encounter with Pahokee.
Frank Breen and will meet B. E. Funds Are AllottedFor
20-inch dredge, is now on its way Herring in the semi-finals. The izing process which makes the Club standings at this time are
to the lake from Jacksonville to timber termite proof and almost as follows:
Betzner-Herring affair Florida
I: be used on maintenance work, and will meet young Creech in the fire-proof. This processing is a Won Lost

: although lightened as much as possible new one in this section and is applied Pahokee ................ 2 0 1.000 .
finals for Second Flight honors.AIRS. -----
,, draws between seven and to timbers similiarly to the Clewiston ...........:.... 2 0 1.000
The Army Engineers allotted
a eight feet of water in tow. pressure creosote treatment. Canal Point............ 0 2 .000

The sandbars are small and it MAMIE. MAXWELL Estimate of the costs of the new Okeechobee .. ......... 0 2 .000 1122,455,846 of War Department
DIES IN PALM BEACH units last Thursday for expenditures -
wharf is approximately $3,000 and
; anticipated that they will all he
; on rivers, harbors and flood
i r1' removed in time to allow the larger the construction of such a wharf VACATION rIBLE| SCHOOL TO
control projects of the country withan
dredge to enter the lake without Mrs. Mamie Maxwell, 62, the will give the city a place for visit- BE HELD IN LAKE HARBOIJ the
I allottment of $7< for
undue delay. I mother of Miss Sue Maxwell, former ing yachts to dock of which it -
Okeechobee project.
member of the Clewiston school may be proud. A vacation Bible School will beheld

BASEBALL MEETING faculty, died Sunday morning at in Lake Harbor beginning $341,000 of the Okeechobee allotment -

a West Palm Beach hospital following CEMETERY PROJECT Monday, July 11. This school will is for maintenance work and
i II A of officials of 100,000 is for work, probably -
meeting the the a brief illness. She had be under the personal direction of new
Everglades Baseball League was been a resident of Pahokee for the construction of the St. Lucie
The WPA project for improve- the Rev. Alexander Linn of Fort
I held in Canal Point Thursday night sixteen Canal Locks, which, it is estimated,
I years. ment of the Harlem Cemetery has Myers. The Rev. Mr. Linn has
for the of formulathig'set will cost nearly a million dollars.
purpose a 'I Funeral services were conducted been forwarded to Washington for recently been removed from Lake-

of rules to be used in the at the Pahokee Methodist Church the President's approval and it.is. land to Fort Myers and his time Among other allottments for work] :

league play this season. Some of at three o'clock Tuesday afternoon anticipated that this approval will in the various churches has been in Florida were, $175,000 for work

these rules were formulated and with the Rev. Joseph T. Tolle, of be forthcoming shortly. It will greatly reduced. The Lake Harbor in the St. John's River; $15,500for

the rosters of all teams with the Key West officiating. Interrment be then returned to the state office community is particularly fortu- work in the Ocklawaha River;

! exception of Okeechobee were turn was in the Port Mayaca and $89,500 for the Intracoastal Waterway -
cemetery work will be started at their nate to secure the services of Mr.
ed in. with the Everglades Funeral Home discretion.ence Linn and the success of the planis ; $30,000 for Fort Pierce Harbor -

; Those attending from Clewistou in charge of arrangements. due largely to the special efforts ; $30,000 for the Lake Worth

... were: A. L. Hackett; sec'y of the Surviving relatives include her of the Rev. Forest C. Taylor. Inlet; $18,000 for Melbourne Harbor -

league, \ '. W. Hooks, vice-presi husband, James Maxwell; two Ralph, Ernest and Wilbur Members of the Clewiston Commu- ; $38,000 for Sarasota Bay;

o.5,j ( dent, and Jack Baker, Ed Ward| 1 daughters, Mrs. K. L. Gilbert of Maxwell, \\. all of 'Pahokee; two nity church are to be invited to Join 255,475 for Tampa Harbor; $10,

:; x and Pete Chagaris, officials of the Chiploy and Miss Sue Maxwell of 000 for Anclote. River work, and.
grandsons and one sister, Mrs. in the Vacation Bible School. in .., .. "
.; local club Pahokee; five sons J.: Leo. Clar- Electa, Walters, of Mount PleaB nt. Lake Harbor. thers. -


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American Admiral Refuses to Remove His WarshipsFrom

the Yangtse River Congress and Politics

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Describes the Perils of Unscientific .Surely.ComfortablySendor

Here Japanese soldiers with fixed bayonets are seen rushing a Chinese This Free'Bulletin

position in a part of Suchow which the Japanese artillery had reduced to Methods for Losing 'Weight Offered by C.Houston Goudiss

flaming ruins. There, as elsewhere, the defenders practically destroyedthe
city before retreating. By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS Readers of this newspaper are
invited to write t o C.Houston
6 East 39th Street New''York City.
Goudiss,at 6 East 39th Street,
MY RECENT discussion of reducing in these columns New York City,for his scientific -

-vtdivruul JOiduuul brought many letters, indicating' that the modern Reducin g Bulletin,which
e shows how reduce
to by the
THE WORLD'S WEEK woman is, fortunately, weight conscious. This' is an encour- safe and sane method of

Western Newspaper Union. aging sign.. For it shows that you are alert to the dangers of counting calories.The .

overweight, which not only destroys beauty but may indirectly bulletin is with a
Demands Rejected Also, it was disclosed, Mr. Roose- chart showing the caloric value of
Japan's contribute to heart disease (
all the'commonly used and
velt had sent word to the New foods

I AMERICAN warships will remain York Democrats that the renomina- kidney disorders and diabetes, are excessive purging which use contains as a sample guide to menus comfortable that you and can

river and will go tion of Governor Lehman would be which take their greatest toll may leave you a wobbly wreck- healthful weight reduction.

to any place where Americans are acceptable, to him. from among the heavyweights. and fasting, which is even more

in danger. This despite. e demands --;- dangerous to women than. men. must safeguard their health, for

of Japan. -*- -*- their work I is the most strenuousof

Naval officials of Railway Aid Post onedWHEN Guard Against Unscientific. Don't Diet Without Direction occupations!
Japan asked that all the leaders of the
:::: ,X'''' '''''''w sen- Reducing Methods A carefully regulated diet will -*-
',<<", '' foreign warships ate and house made up their Some of these letters caused me not only maintain normal weight, Counting Calories Is Fun
leave the Yangtze
I' .. ; x between minds to adjourn congress not later great concern., however, because but will banish overweight by In Hollywood they make a gameof
i;: ;, ; ', 1 i river area than June 15, they went to the they indicate that forcing the body to burn its own counting calories. You, too,
( Wuhu and Kiukiang
White House and told the Presi-
: t=' < a '"';'::: because the invaders in spite of. my excess fat as fuel. Having heardof will find it amusing, as well as
l dent the proposed legislation to expedite beneficial to health and looks. And
this scientific
warning against many
tlW' )l : were about to
: ; the of rail-
.". : offensive unscientific meth- women frantically and foolishly you will be rewarded by noting a
: start
:<: an roads would have to be
I'll :" :>': '" Yo postponedto drop in weight time
); toward Hankow, ods of weight reduction attempt to prescribe their own reducing every you
j the next session. They agreed,
diets .- often with disastrous step on the scales.
: > r--t':: provisional Chinese m ,a ny,,
?f > however, to put through two other results. -*-
=c. still
women clingto
capital. But AdmtAd -
m ral Harry E.Yarnell' railway measures. One permits the idea that ,There is always the possibilitythat If Your Weight Is Normal
RFC loans to railroads without in-
Harry Yarnell commander of the commission there is some magic one may omit calcium-bear Keep It That Way .
United States 'Asiatic fleet, rejectedthe commerce cer- in ''the various ing foods and thus impair the It has been determined that the
tification. The other establishes a
demand sharply. Further- insurance pills, powders, cap- teeth; or leave out foods rich in ideal weight-that is the weight
special unemployment
inspection sules, soaps, salts iron and copper and interfere that best promotes health and
more, he at once planned an system for rail workers. .
trip up the Yangtze and ,,, and mechanical devices with the formation of the hemo- longevity-after thirty, is the 'nor- ..

through the war zone, and he did -/h- that are sold at fancy prices globin or red pigment in the blood. mal weight for one's height at the

not ask Japan's permission.These Sloan on Wage Law and hold' out, alluring promises of One of the most common and age of thirty.If .
speedy reducing without ting or most serious errors is to omit,'all
are approximately thirty
you \
three "principles" of Amer- P. SLOAN Jr. chair-
ALFRED exercise.It bread, potatoes and cereals, in'the
and weight is normal,
your you
ican navaloperations in Asiatic wa-, man General Motors, told
is bad enough that most of belief that carbohydrates are "fat- should send for Calorie Chart
Admiral Yar-
ters set forth by
were the stockholders of the corporationthat "
these fail to reduce. For they tening foods. Carbohydrates are and Reducing Bulletin and use it
nell in his note to the Japanese: federal legislation for minimum -
may delay the day when the vic- required by the body in order to to help maintain your present
The United States navy will re- wages and tim of overweight will undertakea utilize the fats in the diet, and weight!
tain freedom of movementon maximum hours
complete sound and scientific program of when reducing, they are also nec- If you are over thirty and over-
the and will to will increase unem-
weight redaction that will effec- essary to burn up excess fatty weight, you should not lose an-
where Americans in VFr ployment, penalize
place are ,
any tissue.
take off improving
small business ,and tively weight-thus other day before sending for the
danger. ? further unbalancethe appearance, benefiting Just as fire cannot burn withoutair bulletin so that you can begin at
The American command will not
I health and increasing the chancesof fat cannot be utilized in the once to regain your'normal weightby
entire national
change color of its warships, J<
'% rs He criti- longevity. But what is far body without the presence of the safe, simple, scientific and
which are painted white, to conformto economy.
cized the more serious is that some of these starch or sugar. When the diet comfortable method of counting
any color scheme suggested by spending-
preparations may endanger healthor contains insufficient carbohy- calories.As .
the lending as
Japanese.The program
United States does not regardthe recovery medicineand cause lifelong physical impair- drates, fat burns incompletely, resulting the pounds disappear you

said "There ment. in the dangerous acetone will feel as though you had
warning of Japanese naval of- ..... .....
of acidosis.
--. -*- type stepped out of a prison of fat intoa
ficials relative to the Yangtze as re- 1 certainly is nothing (
lieving the Japanese "in the slightest A. P. Sloan Jr. in the picture to Dangerous Drugs -*- new world of physical freedom.
Calories the
degree" of responsibility for warrant optimism so far as the Drugging is particularly to be Counting Easy Way ,

damage or injury to United States immediate future is concerned, or condemned, and no one should at- to ReduceThe I Questions AnsweredMrs. I
one safe sure and scien-
warships. to establish my confidence as to tempt to reduce by this method ,
tific method of rid of
getting sur-
intelligent solution of our dif-
Japanese air raids on Canton con- any except under the advice and
ficulties." plus weight, and at the same time J. M. T.-It is impossibleto
tinued by day and ,night. Perhaps watchful eye of a physician. There
10,000 persons had been killed there, Sloan said that one' of 'the two are many invalids today who maintaining top health-is to con- generalize regarding the diet in

many thousands were injured and major contributing causes of the would be happy and healthy if sume a diet that is balanced in asthma. This condition is due to

the metropolis was shattered. A present depression has been the un- they had not attempted to take every respect, but to count your allergy, and the symptoms are

great portion of the population fled stabilizing of the national economyby Mme '"reducing medicine" with- calories at every meal, making produced by different foods in different -

from the city.Kennedy too rapid an increase in wages out consulting a physician.One certain that you consume fewer individuals. Almost all pro-

-v x'iv ,and too rapid a shortening of hoursin preparation that is still calories each day than your body tein substances are capable of

many key industries.The requires for its normal energy ex causing distress.
bought by foolish women hi spiteof
to Resign? penditure.I Miss A. G.-One of
second cause, superimposedon repeated warnings against its I
AMBASSADOR J. P. KENNEDY the first, Sloan continued, "is the use-may even result in perma- will gladly send to every reader i "cod-liver oil provides about 100

the United States fact that there has been developinga nent blindness. of this newspaper, a copy of :' calories, ,which is equal in fuel

and, according to the London Daily growing lack of confidence and a Almost equally objectionable my reducing bulletin. This includes value to one slice of bread, one

Express, he intends to report to the fear as to the attitude of government a chart showing the caloric medium potato, or threefourthsof

President as soon as he arrives in toward business, as well as to eco value of all the commonly used a cup cooked, macaroni.

Washington on his plan to settle nomic policies that have been enact. SEND 'FOR THIS foods-plus a week's sample re WNU-C.Houston Goudiss-1938-16

the British war debt, and then will ed as affecting the national economy ducing'menus.. By following this

resign his post. He has held the and penalizing the operating effectiveness scientific plan for weight reduc- ""uanp..,

position only three months. of industry." lrREE tion, you can easily lose from one j:1

: --E--; to two pounds weekly. A more wjiui

rapid reduction is not advisable.At .
Martin Suspends Five that rate, you can lose from f s

THOUGH was believed Tommy PRESIDENT HOMER MARTIN of six to eight pounds in the courseof
Corcoran and his BOYS! C/KLSf/yiaaWmj
the United Automobile Workers a month-twenty-four pounds at
committee" would continue the efforts suspended five members of the un BY C. HOUSTON GOUDISSDo the end of three months. That is rKtt CDCCAVIATION CAPS .

to "purge" the Democratic ion's international board on the a lot of weight to lose and will

party of opponentsof ground that they were disturbing un-- you want to know where make a vast difference in your : .c' '" B ..' : : ,

administration Wis.. ion harmony. The five were Vice find the different vitamins? appearance and in the enthusiasmwith "E' ...., "'I r..t .. .u _Jt'j
policies, the Presi- which daily ','- .Y' Y. .. '''Jl.;. q ,
Presidents Richard T. Franken- you greet your I : '
dent himself under- r ']
took to repair some steen, Wyndham Mortimer, Ed Hall, Just write to C.Houston Goudissat tasks. (",,. .lrElaj. ; '" .',It ..9...)'R'. _::" .:'I'. ,

of the breaks in the and Walter N. Wells, and Secretary- 6 East 39th Street, New York -*- ._ r'
ranks. For in- Treasurer George Addess. City, for his new "VITAMIN The Film Stars' Method
"r--- PRIMER." It tells the facts that This simple and scientific method O is right around this quiet, congenial hotel.
stance he invited
Senator Gillette, victor x Son James Won't Run every homemaker needs to know of controlling the weight is the Rooms with bath from $2.5O single, $4
about vitamins. In simple chart one used by film stars in Holly-
in the Iowa primary ROOSEVELT, and
jSYm k/r' JAMES son form,the functions of each vita- wood. It is essential that they
to the White of the President
secretary rejected -
min are explained, and there is keep slim and practically every { .
House where they citizens committee's :
bate a request a list of foods to guide you in important film player has a clausein
took off their coats, that he run for lieutenant WoodstockTIMES
Gov. Lehman supplying your family with her contract calling for a can-
luncheon .
of Massachusetts
governor declar- adequate amounts of each of cellation if she permits her weightto
er and, according to reports, ing "I feel that I have an obliga-
these substances. increase beyond a certain point.
planned common action against the tion above all else to remain at my necessary SQUARE
But at the same time, film stars
Republican enemy in November. duties in Washington."

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r I r Perfume by Chemistry 1 1ra \ 'Wise and players-v-Otherwisev should wear ASK. ME ?i A on Offering Quiz Various With Inform Subjects AnswersANO'THER tion.

cheap stockings to insurer few
'. .
3e. SY h s. runs. ,
I Mosquitoes, says an expert, The Questions 6. What is the highest steam
can live for six weeks without
\ xtj food. "They never try it when 1. Does any state in the Union navigated lake in the world?

I'm about," says,Hank. employ the whipping post as a The Answers
r Life isn't easy for a manne- means of punishment for crim- 1. Yes, Delaware.
quin, it is said. No, hers is a inals? 2. Five; ten.
{ wearing job."Boxing 2. How many separate eventsare 3. Coral.
y audiences are apt to there to a pentathlon? A decathlon 4. Chicago river, due to Chi-'
i iI' be carried away," saysa sports ? cago's drainage canal system.
writer.. So are the boxers.: 3. Of what docs the underlying 5. It was officially recognized in
The last word in modern formation of Florida chiefly con- the United States for the first time '
homes is-the modern wife's. sist? by the American Athletic union In
t .R Fat Man's Wife (as she wiresa 4. What river in Illinois was I 1937.'
, button on his overcoatSeeif made to run backward, and why? 6. Lake -Titicaca, which lies be- (
5. Is horseshoe tween Peru and Bolivia altitude -
you can laugh that off. pitching recog- at an
\. nized as an official sport? of ,12,545 feet.

[ Strange Facts Byo

j :
qqib The Song Writer 1 1o SPEARS -

r Forgets One Bird 0

rI I "T VERY little fish can swim, ev-
I ;, 9 3
ery little bird can fly, so IZ
begins a famous song written by 2

t -_..._._- _. ...-._.._-_._--- 0yy.a 'Noel Coward. But there is one
bird that does not fly. True, the
Modern chemists like Theodore Hoffman (above) have improved on non-flying'bird is not a little bird, 14 13
\ fifty) f the ,ancient art of perfume making an. art old as,the pyramids, by using in fact; it is famous as the largestof
+ synthetic materials to produce odors which man, cannot extract, from all birds living. To'make up 15 i6 E
For it takes almost ton of roses to make one ounce
flowers. example, a for its inability to fly this largestof
of rose oil. But,the odor is now'produced in laboratories. And the ultra- birds the
'all moves across
from the Tibetian musk deer at $560 6
sweet musk, once obtained only a ground more swiftly than a horse 5
pound, is today available for any perfume. Compounding new bouquets can gallop. Besides its prefer-
t is part of Theodore Hoffman's job. Paper tapers are dipped in basic per- ence for running instead of flying, 7 CIO I I 4 ,
fumes. When twirled through the
ostrich differs from other birdsin
M ar ? s 9 :5
air before the nostrils, the blended
tapers indicate how this particular many ways. I n4Interlaced
bouquet will smell after it has The ostrich has practically no
been compounded. These prelim- feathers on either' head or neck, ,
Ii r inary laboratory tests must pre- and its long',neck, together with
::: ::, I cede actual manufacture of the equally long legs gives'the ostricha I
perfume. Not the least incongruouspart height'ranging from six to eight
of' this business is that deli- feet. These long legs are very
cately scented perfumes are made strong and serve as a. powerful
by burly'workmen in overalls!1f weapon. A ,wild ostrich when cor-
nered can inflict severe damageby
f kicking. Strange but true, the
big bird suffers no discomfort or
damage when its feathers, the fa-
mous ostrich plumes, are cut off.
The first of is often
cutting plumes
Stitches in Tones of Pink.
done before the bird is a year old.

A portion of the quill is left and pINK is the newest color in._dec- the top of the hem with plain catch-
the bird grows another crop of It is charming for em- stitching in pink as at A. Next,
feathers. broidered mats and table scarves interlace these stitches with the .

( The ostrich's native land is Asia for any room in the house. The rose as at B.
and Africa, but ostriches are runner shown here is palest pink Three 1-inch squares are em-
grown very successfully in cap- linen embroidered in darker pink broidered in each corner. Mark
tivity in southern California, anda and deep rose. A pearl cotton each square, with a penciL :The;
few are grown in Florida. The embroidery thread, size 5, is best method of laying the pink founda-
'' big bird is easily tamed and os- to use. tion threads is shown in diagramC.
6 triches have, been used ,for riding Cut the mat or runner the desired Bring the needle out at 1,
J JI and driving, especially at fairs or size allowing iVi: inches all place it in the material again at
in circuses where they bare often around 'for hems. Turn the hems 2, and bring it out again at 3.
t/ .i : .:? Z'r'{ raced. and sew them by hand at the Continue, following the numbersand
Britannica Junior. corners. Now, embroider around weaving the stitches over and
---- under as shown. Next, interlace
),,.' these stitches with rose. Start at
r=/:.wy'o'tq D and follow the diagrams until
s r5:,/+%rqSri ; all the stitches are interlaced as
at E.
rgS NOTE: Mrs. Spears' latest book
fully illustrates ninety other embroidery
stitches; also fabric repairing : -
; table settings; and many
;tf r L .; r0qw things. ,to make for yourself and
the children. The directions in
4gr the 'book are complete-no pat-
u iS fi r r trYr r/r, ,}'i ;a terns to buy. Price 25 cents post-
DemonstratedLittle So That's It paid (coin preferred).. Ask for
p.- Vera had been behaving He-I'd rather sleep than ea'tany Book 2 and address Mrs. Spears,
badly, and her nurse became an- day.SheI. 210 S. Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill,
noyed and, incidentally, increasingly never knew you were as
red in the face. lazy as that.
a "Oh," cried the ,girl; "now I "No, and I didn't know you were Hubby Attempts a Bit
know what a red cross nurse is." such a bad cook."
Upper photo shows coumann' of Back Seat DrivingThe

crystals being broken up to be PRATTLE
used in a bouquet which imparts '. Experienced Child husband drew up his chairto
the "new-mown hay" "Congratulations, Mrs. Brown," just in back of his wife's sew-
odor. Coumarin appears naturally said the vicar genially. "It's beena ing machine. She was busily en-
r in certain plants, is pleasure to christen your child.I! gaged in doing the family mend-
segregated and crystalized. I've never had' such a well-
Photo immediately above behaved one before. you think it is runningtoo
shows borneol crystals Being "Ah, well," replied Mrs. Brown. fast?" he said. "Look out!
swirled out of a liquid in a "You see, my-husband and have You'll sew the wrong scam! Mind
centrifugal still. Borneol is the I II ,been practicing on him for a whole that corner now! Steady! Slow
main ingredient of incense in I week with a watering-can." down, or you'll run the needle into

India. Oddly, perfumes are a "That new company Jones has your finger! Why must you tear
mixture of pleasant and unpleasant ust founded makes more noise along at that reckless rate?
odors. rY r than enough." Hurry Up! There's no sense in itl! Slow down,
"It's an infant industry, you He-If you keep looking at me I tell you!"
like that I'm to kiss
see. "Why, what on earth's the mat-
She-Well I can't hold this
expression ter with you, John?" said his wife,
Quite Fitting much longer. becoming alarmed. "Why, I've

"Professor, Ivemade,' a fortune.I been running this sewing machinefor
wish to do something.for my old Her Concern many years, and never-"
79'a school. What study did I excelin Irate Neighbor-Your childrenare "There, there, dear, don't get ,
? What would you suggest I up my apple tree! angry. I was only trying to help
..,) endow?" Mother of Children-Good heavens -: you. You know, just as you help
,. S/ Professor-A dormitory. those apples are all green! me run the car."


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Millions of people-many of whom have away dingy surface-stains on tooth enamel ;a < "Y t a; 'S
long suffered the embarrassment of dull, ...polish teeth to a brilliant natural radiance! r'' *a'.
surface-stained teeth-are now enthusias- Pepsodent can do the same for YOU... a ''ti' at.:,
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Pepsodent containing Irium! to show the world! What's more,Pep ..j, ,, a a ; I
Perfume, adroitly used, plays an important part in every modern These millions have learned how wonderful sodent contains NO GRIT.NO PUMICE <' t a<
I woman's life. Once a luxury available only to the wealthy, it now brings Irium helps Pepsodent better to brush NO BLEACH 1 Try hi! '
charm to rich and poor alike. But most foolish is the woman who uses
1 it too freely; perfume is meant to be subtle.


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Clewiston News I in the event. So the period from home not only protects .himself and NOTICEIn
January 31 to February 18 next, I his family but also contributesto
compliance with the law governing -
should be a brilliant time in Tam- the national stability and defense the preparation of the annual Counselor and Attorney at LaW'J

Published every Friday In Clewiston, pa's history and those who are I because of ,the feeling that he has assessment DRAINAGE roll DISTRICT of EVERGLADES taxes, noticeis Hopkins Building

Florida by the CLDWISTON NEWS guests of the city on this occasion I a real stake in his country," Mr. hereby given that said assessmentroll Wednesdays and Saturdays
Inc. will be royally and gloriously en Delano said. has been completed and a meetIng -
of the Board ,of Commissionersof 9:30 to 4:00
tertained. I Savings and loan associations of- Everglades Drainage District will
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor be held at the office of the District
fer wide facilities for saving money 300 County Court House Miami, Flor-
WINCHELL PREDICTSIt and for financing home ownership, ida, at 11 o'clock A. M. July 19th, AGENT
1938, for the purpose of hearing .
Entered as second class mall matter he emphasized. Using figures of
complaints and
objections to the con L. B. Mershon
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in
Clevriston, Florida, under the Act of must be admitting that Walter the growth of Federal associationsas tents of such roll and the method
manner of preparing the
March 3, 1897.Subeeription. Winchell, the columnist, gets a examples, Mr. Delano stated BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF same. New York Life

good many inside tips on what is that the 49 Federals in Florida DISTRICT.EVERGLADES. DRAINAGE Insurance Company -

Rate $2.00 Per Year. going to happen, particularly in which have assets of $32,000,000 K. M. THROOP,

Advertising Rate, On Application. connection with increases in the report an increase in savings dur- June 21, July 1.Secretary 8.INVITATION. ARCADIA, FLORIDA

population. He now makes a num- ing the past 12 months amounting .
Devoted to the advancement and wel- ber of predictions, among them to 650000. >

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. that the American birth rate de- Direct reduction home loans FOR BIDS
cline will reach serious propor- I which have been made by these Sealed bids in duplicate for the
tions by 1945. furnishing of all labor and materialand
..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:............:....:....''' He also thinks whales will be I associations total $28,500,000 this the performance of all work for U0.
month, an increase $8,500,000' the construction of a wharf in the ALL_ :I5'
'I extinct in another ten years. Thata over the figure on June 1, 1937. Caloosahatchee Canal at Moore Haven, NTHE .G9
Too Late To Classify scandal in Florida a wharf in the Industrial ,
WPA Pennsylvaniawill
Federal associations in Floridaare Canal at Clewiston, Florida, a wharfin
soon make big headlines. That Taylors Creek at Okeechobee,
located in Apalachicola, Bar- Florida, will be received at the office -
By 'R..usell Kay Attorney General Cummings will tow, Belle Glade, Bradenton, Clear- of the Board of Commissioners
soon leave the cabinet. That Jackie of Okeechobee Flood Control District
:N:N N:N:N:M:N:N:M NON N:M:M:N..NNN, :N:N:N:M N":M Coogan will win his lawsuit againsthis water, Clewiston, Coral Gables, 403 Harvey Building, West Palm SAFETY OF
Daytona Beach, DeLand, Eustis, Beach, Florida until 2:00: P. M. on
mother and stepfather. That July 11, 1938. .. SAVINGS
If some bozo were to step up to Fernandina, Fort Lauderdale, Fort: Plans and specifications are on file
you on the street and ask if you doctors will soon prescribe insulin Myers, Fort Pierce, Gainesville, and may be examined at the officeof Share ACCOUNTSas
for insomnia.In the District, West Palm Beach,
knew anything about a guy named Hollywood, Homestead, Jacksonville -
or at the office of the Mayor, Clew-
Hernando Mendez de Soto y Guti- the foreign field Winchellsees Kissimee, Lake City, Lake iston, Florida, or at the office of the as all liberal profits
China finally winning in the U. S. Engineers, Moore Haven Lock
errez Cardenosa, you would prob- Wales, Lake Worth, Lakeland, Lees- No.1. Moore Haven, Florida or at earned by them, are fully
but not for
ably retaliate with a look as blankas war Japan, a burg, Marianna, Miami, Miami the office of the :Mayor, Okeechobee,

a Fourth of July cartridge and couple of years.That if there Beach, New Smyrna, Ocala, Or- Florida.The right is reserved to refuse any INSURED *

wonder how much it really amountted ; is another world war, Mussolini and lando, Palatka, Panama City, Punta and all bids. UP TO 1SOOO FOP.EACH ACCOUNT 1,
Hitler will not be on the same side. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF
to in American money. ; I Gorda, St. Petersburg, Sanford, Sar- OKEECHOBEE FLOOD
That Anthony Eden will be secre-
But a gentleman by that nameor asota, Tallahassee, Tampa, Tavares, CONTROL DISTRICTBen Clewiston Federal
tary of the League of Nations if Herr
( maybe I should say "them") Vero Beach, West Palm Beach, SecretaryJune

once held the exalted position of gether.Of the thing. doesn't blow up alto- Winter Haven and Winter: Park. 21, July 1, 8.NOTICE. I Savings and Loan

Governor of Florida. He wasn'telected
course, he doesn't omit the
to the office-he just assumed CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONSThe AssociationTffllaml
ladies. He says that as a resultof
held it until
the title and
all the kidding their hats will .
the time of his death. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
be more conservative next fall. the Board of County Commissionersof
United States Civil Service
know him today by the more
nee But that their skirts will be a Hendry County Florida, will meet
abbreviated name of Hernando de Commission has announced competitive with the Assessor of Taxes for said
couple of inches -shorter.He I examinations for the County at the office of the Clerk of
tribute positions
Soto and in order that proper
sees a lot of other things the Circuit Court of said County, on
might be paid him on the listed below.Applications the 5th day of July, 1938 at 10 ;
ahead, but these are sufficient to I o'clock A. M. for the purpose of hear- FLORIDA
400th anniversary of his landingin must be on file with and testi-
enable anyone interested to checkup ing complaints receiving
Florida, Congress appointed a I the Civil Service Commission, mony as to the value of any property,
on his powers of prophesy. real fixed the said
or personal as by
special commission three years ago Washington, D. C., not later than County Assessor of Taxes on the tax
to dig into the records and get all July 18 if received from states assessment roll of said county for

the information possible concerningthis TENTATIVEEVERGLADES east of Colorado, and not later the year 1938, of perfecting, review- G1 Qi1w
Ing and equalizing the assessment, IiQ
illustrious Spaniard and his than July 21, if received from Col- and will continue in session for that gJ"QiI ; Astop
famed Expedition. BASEBALL LEAGUE orado and states westward. purpose from day to day for one
SCHEDULE OF GAMES week, if necessary, or as long as
Ferreting among ancient and Operating Engineer (Marine- shall be necessary. ; gII ;
1038 SEASON This the 17th day of June, A. D. QiI
musty records of Spain, Cuba and 1 Diesel), $2,600 a year, Bureau of 1931.

the two Americas, the commission Marine Inspection and Navigation, ALTO HIRES GJ [ifJJiI
June 12, 1938 !{ Chairman Pro Tern, Board
patiently and diligently dug out Department of Commerce. Certain I
of County Commissioners,
Clewiston vs Canal Point at I
facts and information which was, experience in maintainance, repair, J Hendry County, Florida. ( (b1
Clewiston i I ATTEST: William T. Hull
checked and re-checked, tabulated, and operation of Diesel engines or I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
Okeechobee: vs Pahokee at Okee- (<<1 &1WEtil
verified and finally assembled bit in the construction, assembly, and Clerk
chobee I IJ1me' June 17, 24, July 1st
by bit in its proper relation to testing of marine Diesel engines, (iJ
19, 1938
weave the amazing, colorful and in- is required. I
Clewiston vs Okeechobee at
teresting story of the life and Okeechobee Photoengraver, $1.44 an hour 40-I FOR SALE-One lot of .secondhand
adventures of the great explorer. I I
Pahokee vs Canal Point at Pa- hour week Government Printing I furniture. t
Honoring Hernando De Soto, hokee Office. An apprenticeship in the Parkinsons Inc., Moore Haven.

Florida will stage a great exposi- June 26, 1938 I I photoengraving -trade, or practical

tion and historical pageant at Tam- Pahokee vs Clewiston .at Clew : experience which provides the sub-

pa, January 31 to February 18, (lobe iston stantial equivalent of a completed FOR SALE-14-foot outboard
known the Pan-American boat with sixteen horse-power at th.9jiotelpotdcla
as Canal Point vs Okeechobee at apprenticeship in the trade, is re-
Hernando ,De Soto Exposition and Canal Point quired. Johnson motor. $65.00 cash. See

during this period' will re-enact in Joe Schroeder at Clewiston Supply,
July 3, 1938 Full information may be obtained
detailed accurate Clewiston, Fla.
as and a manneras Pahokee vs Clewiston at Pa from -the Secretary of the United 312 S. E., SECOND AVENUE
the arrival of the
possible Spani- hokee States Civil Service Board of Exam-
ard. .
,Okeechobee vs Canal Point at iners, at the postoffice ,or custom- FOR RENT-Fort Myers Beach
All Outside Rooms With
Ships modeled after those actually Okeechobee I house in any city which has a Cottage. Two bedrooms. $10 per

used by De Soto will dorp an- July 10, 1938 post office of the first or second week or $30 per month. Box 1988or Private Bath

chor in Tampa Bay. From them Clewiston vs Okeechobee at class, or from the United States phone 169-R Fort Myers. Dayor
will emerge a horde of eager ad- Clewiston Civil Service Commission, Washington night.

venturers. Garbed in helmet and Canal Point vs Pahokee at Canal D. C. Overlooking Biscayne Bay

armor, bearing the standards of Point

ancient Spain and the rugged cross July 17, 1938 FOR 'RENT-Furnished upstairs Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

of Christ, soldiers, priests and Canal Point' vs Clewiston at. bedroom suitable for one or two Business Section. .
slaves will form the landing party.On Clewiston J. S. CAMPBELL persons. Phone 376 or call at

shore, Indians awed and curious premises. F. L. Williamson.
Pahokee vs Okeechobee at Pa RATES
will await their arrival. Thus will hokee Jeweler & WatchmakerAll I

the glory. glamour and romanceof
July 24, 1938 NORGEREFRIGERATORS $1.50 Single
the Latin Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
conquest of Floridabe Pahokee vs Clewiston at Pa I

portrayed with parade and pag- hokee Optical RepairsAT Furniture and Homo fcurnishing. $2.50 Double
eant and concrete that today is I
Okeechobee vs Canal Point at PHILCO RADIOS

From Central and South America July 31, 1938 Household FurnishingsInc. Special Fa.nillyVeekJy &

will come exhibits from 21 Canal Point vs Clewiston at Monthly RatesS. I

Latin American countries to form- .
Canal PointOkeechobee "'"

ulate a great Hernando De Soto vs Pahokee at Okee BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA. D. McCREARY, Proprietor I II

Pan American Exposition that will chobee

occupy the present Fair Groundsof August 7, 1938 Good FarmLand
the Florida State Fair and be Okeechobee vs Clewiston at Okee- I

supplemented with several new chobee I

buildings and many unique and Pahokee vs Canal Point at Canal
interesting features. Point 4L-

Participating in the event, the August 14, 1938 iN
Federal government has appointed Canal Point vs Clewiston at u

Dr. Alexander V. Dye, United States Clewiston for Rent UIU

Commissioner of the Pan American Pahokee: vs Okeechobee at Pa- :
Hernando De Soto Exposition, and hokee :.> k"S'l \
has appropriated $100,000 toward August 21, 1938 L'I ,.s'(.

making this celebration of the Pahokee vs Clewiston at Pa-

400th anniversary of the landing; hokee I '

of De Soto, an occurence long to Okeechobee vs Canal Point at I

. be remembered. I Okeechobee I 'P1..

Plans call for the issuance of a August 28, 1938: Trespassers

special commemorative postage Clewiston vs Okeechobee at Clew. Will Be I' They date/we a /
stamp to publicize the event to all. iston

It is further hoped that many of Canal Point vs Pahokee at Pa- ProsecutedClewiston

the participating South Americanand hokee., Bachelors may choose to exist in

Central American nations, will
and rented houses but
likewise authorize the issuance of Florida People Urged apartments ,

postage commemorating the anni- 0REC YOUR FAMILY deserves the hap-
cersary: and an effort is % oN
being madeto
bring sizable delegations from Become Home Owners \ 11EOVC Loan pier and richer life that a real home

each of these: countries ;to Tampafor '- Nome plan of your own will provide. Our safe

the celebration and Imposition.:= Washington, June 25Pointingto upt.S / '
And IS and economical home financing plancan
Jose Gasparilla and his pirate the increased use of facilitiesof Realty r+D

baud will likewise return and rumor Federal savings and loan associ- help you own YOUR HOME.

has it that the Pirate chief and ations in Florida, 'Preston Delano, DevelopmentCorporation

his motley crew plan to raid the Governor of the Federal Home

city during the period of De Solo's Loan Bank! System, urged more Cewiston! Federal Savingsad

celebration. Shriners, as well, are people of that state to become home j I

making plans to cross the hot owners. I' Loan Association :rPAGE

sands of the desert to participate "The man who owns hisown -




'tt"i"l"t..tt..tt..te..l..t"i..&:..:..:NNNNNN. . :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;. LOUISE PREWITT HAS this vicinity who left Monday morn- Mrs. Clyde Helms, her childrenand

y y y y NINTH BIRTHDAY PARTY ing to attend the Young People's Miss Nettle 1 Hampton visited

y y <- Conference in the Indian River Saturday in Fort Myers.

y"l 'y' Louise Prewitt celebrated her hotel in Rockledge included, Eliza- Miss Clara Atkinson returned

:_;: TERSONAL and SOCIETY :=;: 9th birthday Friday night, entertaining beth Draughn of Moore Haven; Sunday from Bokelia where she

t a group of her young Lee Pridgen, Roberta Spicer, Flor- spent two weeks with relatives.Mr. .

friends with a theater party. ence Graham, Betty Bailey, Maxine and Mrs. Jimmy Lofton spent

Ice cream and cake were served Doty, and Francis Wright of Clew- the week-end in Miami with rela-

1:N:N N N:N:N N:N:N N:N:N:1.:N:N:NS1:N:NIN:NIM:N:NIN:NIN:..:NIN:N:N N:N:NINININ/N N:N/NIM:NINIM:MIN N/N:NI'.)- following the show at the homeof iston; Mary Merriam, Muriel Mer- tives.Mrs.
Louise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. riam, Catherine McKay, Polly J. R. Duke of Okeechobee
Miss Beulah Guthrie is Jack Kinsey has his
visitingin as guest M. M. Prewitt. The hostess was Grant, and Edna Henderson of visited last week in LaBelle with

Miami. for two weeks' Harry King of assisted by her sister, Mauryne.! Lake Harbor; and Floy Prevatt of her mother, Mrs. Bessie Frasier.

Inverness. Invited guests were Jacqueline Bean City. They will be gone Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Wimberlyof

Mr. and Mrs. G.' B. Rackstraw Bledsoe, Nancy Wright, Joan one week, returning home next Sears spent Saturday eveningin
G. S. Mobley, Jr., drove to Or-
spent Tuesday in Fort Myers. LaBelle.
Crouch, Dorothy Young, Grace Monday. It is expected that about .
lando Saturday. Mrs Mobley and Ward, :Mary Louise Thomas, Ann one hundred and fifty young people Mrs. Raimond Hall, Miss Flor-

Miss Lois Prince, Jack Kinsey; Don returned with him* Sunday after Prewitt, Gene Bledsoe, Billy Prew- from various points in Florida ence Hall and F. Watts Hall visited -

and Jack King visited friends In visiting her sister for several itt, Edwin Young, Gene Mills and will attend the meeting. Saturday in Fort Myers.Gasoline .

Okeechobee weeks. Kim Kolstad. i
Saturday evening. *

, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and children The Rev. Forest ,C. Taylor and Consumption
Paul Rardin, of Canal Point, was are spending this week and SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN the Rev. E. Davis Conway were

; a business visitor in Clewiston next at Fort Myers Beach. They TO CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYMrs. in Lake Harbor, South Bay, Belle Increased In' County

: Tuesday afternoon. have taken the -Allred cottage for Glade, Pahokee, and Canal Point
their stay there. Mrs. Broadfoot's George W. Sparks enter- last Monday in the interest of the

, R. S. Redfield, of Mulberry, brother Lee Johnson, of Lansing tained Saturday evening with a organization of the ministers located Hendy county's consumption of

spent Friday; in Clewiston on bus Mich., arrived Sunday for a visit surprise partycelebrating\ the around Lake Okeechobee. The gasoline and kerosene for the
ness. birthday of her husband. The month of May as shown by the
next meeting will be held the first
and is with them at Fort Myers
l" T Beach. party took the form of a treasure Monday in October and it is hoped statistical record released by the

Miss Alma Foster, of West Palm hunt. that all the ministers in the Lake Inspection Bureau of the State De-
As the searching parties returned partment of Agriculture is 100,199
Beach, visited friends in Clewiston Professor and Mrs. Leslie B. Okeechobee region will arrange to .
Monday and Tuesday.Mr. from following various clues, be present. gallons gas and 11,816 kerosene.
Crane were in Clewiston last week,
the treasure prize was found by There was an, increase of 2,365
guests of the Rev. and Mrs. ForestC.
and Mrs. H C. Kolstad were Andrew Beery. The prize was a gallons in the sale of gas, and a
Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Crane
'in' Tampa -on business Wednesday kodak. LaBelle NewsMrs. decrease of 366 gallons keroseneas
were married by Mr. Taylor in a
r and Thursday of this week. Delicious refreshments were serv- compared to April's sales.
) brilliant church wedding a few
ed by Mrs. Sparks to: Mr. and May sales for the state were
in Lake Worth. Mr. ,
, Mrs. W. B. Tidwell and children, years ago'' I Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mr. and Mrs.T. Wealthy Ann Dees is some- 25,004,101 gallons of gas and
Crane is 'principal of schools in
: of Belle Glade, spent Thursday with B. Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. what improved after an illness of 2,432,834 kerosene.
Boynton, Florida, and he and Mrs.
r Mr. and Mrs. James Pressley. Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. George a week. State's record for April, 28,695,
Crane in Clewiston to make
i were
ik f Augur, Mr. and Mrs. S., L. Crochet, Mrs. Letitia Bylaski of Fort 155 gas and 2,901,097. kerosene,
arrangements for the baptism of
I Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mr. Myers spent Sunday in LaBelle or a falling off of 3,691,054 gallons -
their infant son by Mr. Taylor.
West Palm Beach visitors Saturday ; and Mrs. F. W. Curry, Mr. and with Mrs. Pearl Curry. I gas and 468, 263 kerosene. .'

M afternoon. 111'5.V.. C. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. .
, Miss Betty Bailey, Miss Maxine '
I' M. M. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. An-
S Doty, Miss Leigh Pridgen Miss
Mrs. J. '''W. Ezelle and Miss Miriam drew P. Beery, Miss Bea Jacobs, .
Florence Graham, Miss Roberta
t Adams enjoyed a trip to West Emmett Shelley and Parker Wil WANTED
Spicer, and Francis Wright from .
Palm Beach Monday. i It son.
Clewiston, and Miss Elizabeth

t Draughn, Moore aven, left Monday -
Miss Betty Williams, of Jacksonville MRS. M. E. YENAWINE IS
to attend the Christian Endeavor -
F h is the house guest of Mr. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESSMrs. Local
Conference at Rockledge.
and Mrs. G. S. Mobley, Jr. Representative
f Irs. D. M. Draughn and Mr. and
M. E. Yenawine was host-
Irs. F. M. Wright accompanied
f Miss Miriam Adams, of Richland, ess Wednesday: afternoon at her
them as far as West Palm Beach.
5 Ga., is spending this week with home to members of her bridge

t Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. club. An ornamental flower pot Have
I IRS. WRIGHT HONORS was presented to 1Irs.G.. B. Thomas you been reading the Miami Herald? If

"I, Mr., and Mrs. W. H. Lanier VISITOR WITH PARTY holder of high score, and a so, 'you have seen the advertisements of RAMY

motored to West Palm Beach Sun- linen towel to Mrs. H. R. Hall for
day. Mrs. F. M. Wright entertained low score. Mrs.! Leslie Miller made SOUTHEASTERN, INC. and have read of the

f. a few afternoon friends complimenting with bridge Thursday Miss- the lucky cut and won a pieceof wonderful discovery of Charles R. Pierce, attorneyand

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs were novelty jewelry. Miss! Miriam J
Miriam Adams, of Richland, Ga. former Acting Chief Forester of the U. S.
r in 'West Palm Beach Monday on Adams, who is visiting Mrs. J. W.
who is a guest in the city.
business. Ezelle, was given a lovely hand- Government, who found the way to process and
I' Mrs. J. W. Ezelle won high score
r. prize, a set of'novel place mats. kerchief as guest prize. spin ramie fiber )100% on conventional American
k. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jones and Ice cream sandwiches were servedby
'" and Miss Adams received a ,linen :
f daughter, of Belle Glade, were the 'hostess to Mrs. Thomas, textile machinery. -
handkerchief as guest award.
'i Clewiston visitors Wednesday morn: :Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Miller, Miss Adams,
I \ Dainty refreshments were servedto Have been reading the Florida Grower?
; ing. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. J. W. you
, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. Ezelle.
Miss, Adams, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Ezelle, Mrs. Keathley Bowden and If so, you know the ramie story and what ramie
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkins Mrs. T. B. Shelley. -
and sons of Fort Myers spent sev- Irs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. F.: means as a crop for Florida and all of the South.
Simpson, Mrs. F. Deane Duff and
,-kr ) eral. days here this week with Mr. Irs. J. F. Curry. BABY BORN Ramie, the world's strongest and oldest fiber,

". and Mrs. Roy....-Alston.- IRS. BELLAMY ENTERTAINS Friends here will be interestedto is 8 )1-3 times stronger than cotton, and it won't

Miss Bernice Guthrie left this WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY I I II learn of the birth of a son to mildew-a perennial plant which is freezeproof,

- week for Jacksonville where she I Mr. and Mrs. 'J.y.. Bruce at their
' -
I and does well low
in moist
pestproof particularly
: will spend the remainder of the Mrs. George H. Bellamey entertained home in Danville, Va. The young ,

;: summer.Mr. Tuesday afternoon with a man weighed six pounds, ten lands. Ramie, made up into cloth by hand, was

party celebrating the tenth birth- ; ounces and has been named Meri-
used the
to mummies of Egypt. Sailcloth
and Mrs. E. M. Cornette day of her granddaughter Barbara wether Bailey. Mr.! and Mrs. Bruce wrap

" and children were the guests of Virginia DeVane. made their home in Clewiston for made' of it has been used in one family contin-

friends in LaBelle over the week- Among those present were Shirley some time while Mr. Bruce was
for than hundred
uously Ramie
end. one
Ruth Rodriguez, Mary E. Carlisle connected with the U. S. Engineershere. years.
, r-- Harriet Alston, Carol Joy v makes up into most any cloth and has an enor-
Miss Edith Graham and Jesse
Alston, Jack Dais, Oliver, Junior demand.
Graham, Jacksonville, are expected I mous
and Jack Martinez and George De-
this week-end to visit their parents : Vane. !! !!!!! !IIIII"II! !!II I1 IIIIIN!!! mlmllmll! !! !mli The world has wanted mechanicallyspunandwoven -
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham. !rllmilmlmlmlmlI:
Assisting with games and refreshments -
were Mrs. E. P. Mu- THE ramie for many years, and now it can have

, Mr. and 11rs.Keathley\ Bowden trux and Mrs. Frank Rodriguez. Churches such a product. All Miami and vicinity is talk-
and sons Kay and Paul returned
Sunday from Fort Myers Beach' :MISS ADAMS HONOREDAT m. ing of ramie. South Florida is to have a ramie-

where cation. they spent two weeks va- AFTERNOON PAnTY Llillrulllll! lllllIIIIIII! !!! tillVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi!!! !!! !! '! illl!! millllIid!! i!! processing plant. It's a great thing for south' Flor

Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle entertained FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH II ida. One, of the nation's leading agriculturaliststhe

Among those who attended the with a bridge party at her home' OF CLEWISTON Honorable Fred S. Purnell-who for
-: many
show at Belle Glade Sunday even- Tuesday afternoon in honor of het

ing were Mr: and Mrs. H. C. Kol- house guest, Miss Miriam Adams of Preaching Services 11:00 A. M. years was ranking member of the Committee on

stad and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Richland, Georgia. 8:00: P. M. Agriculture in the House of Representatives at

Simpson.Mrs. The honor guest was presentedwith Sunday School 9:45 A. M.

a lovely piece of novelty B. Y. P. U. Washington, D. C., and father of that allimportant

Clarence Hager and two jewelry. Mrs. Claude Downs re- Junior, Intermediate, Senior Purnell Act is President of the Company. A
arrived this week from
daughters ceived a linen luncheon set as 7:00 P. M.

Dakota to- join Mr. Hager. They high score prize, Mrs. G. B. Thomas Topic for discussion.-"Ye Shall man who for many years was a trustee and di-

have taken one of the Schults a set of linen guest towels as Be Witnesses." (A missionary
rector in a forty-million-dollar bank is Treasurer.
apartments.Miss second prize, and Mrs. W. H. lesson) Mrs. Aleene Hayes will

Lanier a set of raffia coasters for have chage of the program. The man who financed the Gandy Bridge over

Zoe Hoover, of Shreveport La., consolation prize. Mrs. Ezelle also Mid-week prayer service Wed-
Tampa Bay is General Manager. More than
arrived Saturday to spend several presented remembrances to Miss; nesday night at 8:00 P. M. -

weeks with her brother, Sidney Betty Williams of Jacksonville, Everyone is cordially invited to twenty-five south Flo'ridans. are stockholders.

Hoover, in Clewiston. Mr. and Miss Zoe Hoover of Shreveport, attend these services.
I, .. Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and daughter, Louisiana, Miss Ollie Moorman of We want a representative or two in your com

Louise, and Sidney Hoover met Macon, and Mrs. F. D. Hessey )f COMMUNITY: CHURCH munity. The man or woman selected must be

Miss Hoover in West Palm Beach. Jacksonville.A Forest C. Taylor, Minister !
of good and thoroughly responsible.
frozen salad: course was servedto appearance

Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Draughn and I the following guests, Miss Morning worship and sermon by Must be able to furnish unquestionable local ref

daughters Elizabeth and Mary Adams, Miss Hoover, Miss William, the minister next Sunday morningat '
Anne, and the Rev. and Mrs. For- Miss Moorman, Mrs. Hessey, Mrs.B. eleven o'clock. erences. We will send a man to meet applicants

est C. Taylor attended services in C. Flaniken, Mrs. Gordon S. Sermon subject-"The Book of : at any place named by them.

the Big Bear Beach chapel last Mobley, Jr., Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs.G. Genesis." I
Sunday evening at which time Mr. T. Augur, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, The choir will furnish special This position is one of importance to us and

Taylor* assisted the Rev. AlexanderLinn Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. M. :M.: music. a good connection for the right person. Write

-In the evening services. Prewitt, Mrs.! Claude Downs, Mrs. The Sunday school meets every ;
for of the Florida Grower. Write all of
I Leslie Miller, Mrs.! William H. Sunday morning at 9: 45. a copy

Miss Helen Cate left Sunday by Lanier, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs.F. The Christian Endeavor society the details as to why you think you can representus
bus for New York City where she Deane
Duff, Mrs.! ,Campbell E. meets every Monday evening at
will enter Presbyterian Hospital to Nail, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs.! H. eight o'clock. in your district. Address the Manager-

serve her internship of one year A. Bestor, Mrs. Elbert Stewart, The public is very cordially invited -

in dietetics. Miss Cate's mother, Mrs. Willard Simpson, Mrs. H. H. to worship in the Clewiston RAMY SOUTHEASTERN, INC..

< Mrs. W. B. Cate, accompanied her Turner, Mrs. J. F. Curry, Mrs. R. Community Church. J 1200 Ingraham Bldg.
)( as far as Jacksonville where she Y. Patterson, Mrs. WC.\ : Prewitt! .

c' ,,- will visit for about a ,month and Mrs. H C. Kolstad, Th.e} group of young people from MIAMI, FLORIDA' .,,, .. ,_ *.

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of the Moody Bible Instituteof
stir Chicago.
Western Newspaper Union.

Lesson for June 26



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LESSON TEXT-Mark 16:1.8 14.16, 19, 20.

CHAPTER XIII-Continued did have. And character. Did 1 during the summer season; and-" train? f want to -get off early. and GOLDEN TEXT-And they went forth
Lord working
preached the
-17' ever tell you ." Ned hesitated, as if uncertain And before you leave ask John to with them. Mark everywhere 16:20.

Ned nodded, admitting: "They It was then that Ned heard the whether to finish, "and-well they have the car here at the proper PRIMARY TOPIC-At Work With Jesus.

were darned good. I remember sit- story of courageous little Nora, sit- said Father, that she was living in time." JUNIOR INTERMEDIATE TOPIC Jesus AND SENIOR Our Living TOPIC-Lord.

ting up late to finish one. But I've ting for hours beside the body of an old barn or garage or some- "That won't be necessary, Dad. Making a New World With Christ.
Dad. thing, down near the water." I'll run down to ,the station YOUNG PEOPLE AND.ADULT TOPIC-
never seen any of them since, her mother, waiting for the father you my- Making a New World With Christ.
Have you?" she had never seen to take her James stared at him. self. I'd like to."

"Not one." The old man's eyes ""home." He was plainly touched. "My Nora living in a barn?" "That'll be fide!."-. ("How brighthis Easter again? No, the calendar

grew vaguely troubled. "I watchedfor "Yes, she's got character,"he ad- "That's what.Mrs. Whitney said; eyes: : arel"! Ned was thinking.) does not say 'so, nor' have we for-

them too. Nora wrote as if mitted. "She showed it when she but she's one who makes the most "I'm going to turn in 'now, if you gotten that we observed Easter ten

there were no uncertainty about gave up a fortune (or thought she of a good story, Dad, so don't let don't mind. Good-night, son." weeks ago, but quite properly we

their publication-it was an assign- did) because' she loved that fellow that worry you. What riled me was "Good-night, Father." study the resurrection story again

ment, I believe. She seemed hap- and knew he needed her. There've that she told Corinne she thought;i As Ned stood for a moment watching today. Not only does it come in the

py; but her letter must have been been times these last few years, we ought to do something about it. I the .old man go upstairs, he realized sequence of our lessons as our final

two weeks old before I saw it. I Dad, when I've felt responsible for She implied, as politely as possible, that the 'vibrancy, long absent study in the Gospel of Mark, but the

was down with pneumonia just the whole racket. If Don Mason that we'd treated Nora outrageously. from his father's voice, was back fact is that every Sunday is a reminder -

then, and all my personal mail was hadn't knocked me down that dayin Corinne was so mad she didn'thave again. His face too, looked differ- of Easter. The reason whywe

''laid aside until I could attend to it the office, the break between you sense enough to ask the name ent than it had an hour ago, extraor- worship on the first day of the

myself. She wrote from a boarding- and Leonora might never have of the town; but I'll call Mrs. Whit- dinarily different. Its apathy had week'' is that it is the resurrectionday.

house, I think, not a hotel. They come about." ney on the telephone and find out. given way to hope. Its harassed What life it would put into

were leaving in a day or two, as James,' staring into the fire, said Even Corinne thinks that something lines seemed to be resting. It was, our Sunday worship if the glory of

soon as Don attended to some busi- nothing because there was no deny- should be done-that is" (a cynical for the first time in years, a peace- the risen Lord would shine forth (as 4

ness and the city got dug out of a ing this aspect of the case; and smile curved Ned's lips) "she's"You ful face. it should) each Lord's Day in all of --

blizzard." after a silence Ned went on: "He looks," thought Ned in a mo- our service and worship.It .

Ned raised his head, quickly, as "You see, I thought that story he sr f JA ment of rare intuition, "he looks likea is'difficult to think or write

if reminded of something."You told me was just bunk. I sup- man who has fought a good fight about the living Christ without us-

say this was within three posed he was trying to pull the wool and come out victorious." ing superlatives. Our lesson for today -

years"? Are you absolutely sure, over my eyes; and I as much as brings before us the most important -

Dad? told him he lied. I couldn't imagine It was well past the middle of the truth that the world has

"Sure? Am I likely to forget (can't now, for that matter) how next afternoon when James Lam- ever heard-"He is risen"; it

that wretched sickness? It was bert found himself trudging along a of the in theworld"unbelief"
any sane man could be so easy as speaks worst thing
three years next month when the to hand over a roll of bills to a highway in the state of Maine, with ; and, it presentsthe
letter came, Ned; and since then Nora's postcard in his pocket and
girl he'd, never seen before, 'without world's greatest commission"Go -
nothing but silence. Such a thing making some sort of investigation. something akin to misgiving in his and preach."
never happened before. I didn't an- heart. For how would she receive
But I suppose it takes all kinds of I. The Transcendent Truth (vv.
swer Nora's letters, but she's always people to make a world; and my- her father after his long silencehis -

written. Sometimes regularly my own kids, 'now they're old ( long neglect? James wondered, 18)"Ye seek Jesus, the Nazarene,

sometimes with several months enough to think about it, tell me Ihaven't L and wondering, his subtle fear'' in- who hath been crucified; He is risen -
between. I tried to persuade my- Ll creased.As .
'imagination. And if v N
any He is
not here" (v. 6).
self that their plans changed sud- her card had hinted be
Don wasn't lying (and I doubt now might The world anxiously awaits news,

denly, especially when Don's arti- that he was), you can hardly blame the case, he found the Port's one and, hoping almost against hope, it
cles failed to I .
appear. thought taxi of commission and following
out -
him for seeing red, can you? longs for good news. This is the
they might have gone to some out- those instructions
"He didn't lie, said James, "but three-year-old good news-the Gospel-the all-im-

of-the-way country and stayed the fellow had no business to lose had taken a joggling, one-man trol- portant tidings that the Son of God
there. I suppose I was just tryingto ley to the end of the route. Aftera
his temper to-to that extent he who had taken Himself not '
'kid myself, as the boys say. I of giggling schoolgirls left
added hastily, remembering occa- only the form of but the sins
?t / e 4 man,
tried to believe that since
they ,
even the he: its
only ;
car was passenger
sions when his had
own temper exploded of mankind as well, who had tasted
were apparently successful she had and 'the familiar'warning:
too violently for the comfort the bitter death of Calvary's cross,
forgotten me-given me up as a "Don't talk to the motorman
of those concerned.
could not be holden of death, but
bad job-but that's not-Nora. I've spokethrough
James \went forward and
Surmising his father's thought
breaking its bands asunder had ris-
been unhappy about her Ned.
very the little window. -
Ned smiled a little; and then wenton en from the dead.
Very troubled. And tonight some- : "Well, that's ancient historynow "Do you know a Mrs. Donald Ma-
This truth becomes the chief bur-
thing that Martha said has mademe
lives somewhere around
; and since then other things son who
more so." den of the messages of the disciplesas
have hurt me so much more that here?
James glanced up, conscious that 'they soon' went everywhere proclaiming -
man's face
The brightened.
that old experience doesn't seem
his son was inattentive. Ned said the Gospel. See the ser-
I do! Hold five min-
"Sure car
worth remembering-certainly not ,, my
thoughtfully: "Do you remember a see, I thought that story he utes for her every Sat'day night mons recorded in the Book of Acts
worth bearing grudges for. What
terrible catastrophe in Chicago, told me was just bunk." when she down to rehearsethe (2:24, 32; 3:14, 15; 4:10, 23; 10:40;
troubles me is that I've on all goes
when the roof of a theater collapsed gone 13:30): It was such preaching that
and ten
under a weight of snow?" these years without trying to bring afraid there'll be talk unless we do choir, every was at the foundation of the Chris-
when she to church.As .
and Nora together. And I goes
you it! tian church. It be that
His father was suddenly erect. Shore may we _,
might have. You can't deny that I says to her: 'The Line
"You don't mean-r> For a moment or two James should emphasize it more. "
Dad. I've known you were missingher Lambert did not Then he Electric Railway company won'tnever -
1 don't mean that anything hap- respond. be wiser Mis' Mason, II. The ,Impassable Barrier (v.
but I've. never lifted a fingerto any
; and unlocked beautiful cab-
pened to Nora, broke in Ned. "The arose a 14).
the time
need so
and it don't extry
bring her back. Years Mar-
thing occurred, as I remember now, ago inet of Chinese lacquer. As the'doors do.' That's what I "He upbraided them with their
tha told me how dead the whole much as you
when you were too sick to see the swung open Ned saw that it and if the pres'dent of the unbelief and hardness of heart, be-
house seemed without her. She hint- said;
I only glanced at the head- contained letters-neat piles of let- believed not." Many
papers. cause they are
call down forrunnin'
to, me
ed that' I ought to talk with company was
lines myself loathe such details. ters held together with elastic off schedule I'd keep righton the sins that men commit, but at
about it; but somehow I couldn't.It ,
But Corinne revels in 'em, you bands, and a somewhat surprisingpair the the root of them all we find the
doin' it because my
was the night I made the mis- year
know. She even read part of the of silver slippers, tarnishednow Mason made birth- heart of all sinunbelief.The .
wife died Mis' a
take of trying to buy. Nora's four-
story aloud at the table-how a fellow from being laid away."Nora's tragic of unbe-
little It had consequence
cake for girl.
poster! Do remember? day my
who was in the audience and he thought; and then his frostin' on it same as lief is that it shuts the door, throws
James looked pathetic smilein fancy pink
got out safely, went back into the his worried eyes.up, father turned, extending the postal the high priced ones she makes for I up a barrier to God's blessing thatis
doomed place and spent hours written so long ago. until God
un- virtually impassable
and five
folks pink
"Did I hurt your feelings, son?" the summer ,
der a collapsing balcony trying to "Not so they stayed hurt. You "I got this ,in the early summer, candles all ready to light up. I don- himself gives grace to believe. The

rescue a child who was pinned be- never have, Dad. It's because three years back. I guess she was no how she knew when the kid's astonishing thing is that the hard-

neath the wreckage. It was very and I have always been so close you poking a little fun at me. I'd told birthday was, but that's what she ness of heart and lack of faith here

luridly told. The reporter claimedto her, you see, that to survive a house were on the part of those who had
and understood each other, that the done and I'd hold my car a good
have been an eye witness. Said must be founded on a rock. She' to ask been the disciples of Jesus, to whom
gap between my boy and me has half hour if she was me.
the man refused to quit even when seemed so tragic. Even the girls says: "So would I," said James. "And He had made known the fact that

warned. Hf saved the child, I be- (whom I sometimes feared I was mean she plays the organ at He was to die and to arise on the
lieve but tailed to out himself. 'Safe the solid rock the you there'had
get spoiling) tell me I never see their upon ugly some church?" third day, and to whom

And his name was Mason. He was side-that I'm unsympathetic. 1 houses stand; "The Methodist-'Piscopal at the now come the word of eyewitnessesthat

caught under the timbers." Come and see my ''shining palace they had seen the Lord.
suppose I am, in a way. I was Port. Gosh! that woman can playto
"Killed?" built the sand!I' While marvel at their short-
unsympathetic to Nora, always; upon beat the band. Folks that never we

"No; but I judged from what the though it took a number of hard set foot inside a church before, are sighted unbelief, shall we not ask

paper said that he'd better have knocks to open my eyes to the fact." "Except for a hint the first time reg'lar attendants since she took ourselves what hindrances we have

been. If it were Don-" James murmured, as if his mind they went to Capri, it's the nearest over the music. Yes sir, she plays placed in God's way in our own

James turned on his son angrily. had wandered a little from what thing to'an invitation she ever gave like a breeze! She gives piano lessons lives?

"Why wasn't I told of this?" Ned was saying: "If-if I could only me. I wish-" The old man paused, too; and makes bakery stuff to III. The Supreme Commissionvv.

Then, his voice softening: "But Ma- know where she is now!" then finished thoughtfully, in all rev- sell durin' the season. She's a smart ( 15, 16, 19, 20).

son's a common enough name, Ned. "I know where she was six weeks erence: "I wish-to God-I'd gone." woman, Mis' Mason. You can tell "Go ,ye into all 'the world and

Why should you think it was Nora's ago," was the amazing rejoinder. Ned was studying the postal-its to hear her talk that she's got a preach the gospel to the whole cre-

husband?" "You dol"! James Lambert's voice quotation instructions, and the real good education; but she's com- ation" (v. 15). "And they went

"Only because the paper said Dan .sounded belligerent. small red map. mon as own folks for all that-don't and preached, the Lord work-

Mason-not Don, you understand, "I heard not half an hour before "A shining palace," he observed. high-hat no one. Here's the end o' ing with them and confirming the

but so near that a misprint might I started over" Ned told him. "Cor- "That's not the idea Mrs. Whitney the line now. You just keep goin' word" (v. 20).

have been possible. I didn't speakof inne was at a tea this afternoonand gathered-not at all. Corinne said till you see their mail box. Name's The great commission of Christ is

it because you were so sick just gave one of the other women a that she appeared quite horrified. right on it. It ain't only a short still the "marching orders of the

then. I couldn't ,worry you, Dad; lift home-Mrs. Ed Whitney, whose Well, Dad, these directions are plain half mile and you can't miss it. Yes, church," but how slowly we have

though I see now that I should have niece was in school with,Nora, you'll enough. I'll go to Maine tomor- ocean side, only the house don't marched. The writer of these notes

investigated the matter myself. My remember. She and some friends row." show from the road. It's way in, was recently startled by statistics

only excuse is that it was the very were on a motor trip through Mainea But James, who had resumed his close to the dunes-made out of an revealing anew the fact that "Chris- ,

time when Junior got into that while ago. They stopped some- seat before the fire, shook his head. old barn they bought cheap. Terri- tian" America is rapidly returningto

scrape at college, and Corinne was where for lunch and couldn't get I'm I ble cold place to live come winter, the status of a mission field. It
"No going myself.
-well, she felt it was all my fault. away for several hours-some trou- I'm the stubborn old seems though." is said that last year 60,000 churches
dare man
She thought I was too strict-didn't ble with their car-and to pass the Martha say showed this The 'conductor, his garrulous con in America had no converts, and
that me eve-
understand the boy at all-said he time they wandered into the hotel his churches closed
stubborn versation and trolley car, joggedout 9,000 were duringthe
but I'm not too to
forged that check because I didn't ball room to watch a dancing class ning;
ask forgiveness of the only daughter of sight, and feeling somewhat year. There are 10,000 villages
give him enough allowance and- children of the summer popula- lonesome, James started forward.TO ,reported to be without church serv-
old take
had too to
Oh, I was snowed under I I went tion, I suppose. And Nora was at I ever nor a ( BE CONTINUED) ices, and 30,000 communities without -
few hours. If
through things I told : journey of a I they
never you and the piano! .a resident pastor.

never will. My home very nearly "She was!" turn me out-and I can't imagine The "Sausage Tree"The The command of Christ is that we
Nora turning her father out, NedIcan
went on the rocks Dad Ned nodded.
; should to these communities -
Pinnata is of the go pagan
but I Kigelia one
come away again;
over now, thank God! But it "Mrs. Whitney didn't recognizeher
in our own, land with the
trees in America. It
put everything else out of my, mindat at'first.' Said she looked a good see" the situation with my own most curious, inedible fruit, about pel, and surely it is our double

the time-the awful worry of it. deal older, and-and pretty rocky. eyes. bears a large, and 16 shame that there are still lands

And later, when I remembered, I She was going to speak, but on sec- He arose, moving briskly, alertlyas 27 inches in length poundsin where Christ has never been

supposed of course that if Nora ond thoughts decided it would be ( if, Ned told himself, there were weight, and so closely resem- tribes that do not
liver'sausage that it is yes,
were in real 'want she would have kinder not to. But she made some something to move for!1), rummagedin bling the have word in their language
his desk for few minutes and known as the "sausage tree. It i, even a ,
hotel who a ,
appealed. to you. inquiries of the people for the blessed name Jesus!
Victoria Falls
"Oh, no she wouldn't! The bit- were natives of the place. They then said: "I thought there was a native to the bearing If we will go He will indeed work
terness in James Lambert's voice said that Nora was trying to supporther timetable around here, but evidentlyMartha's of Africa. long with ( 20) and the ..
fruit nearly an inch in di- us v. accompany .. I
been cleaning house. Will the are
was toward himself. "I lost my family. That she played the and with divine '\
temper one day and warned her not organ at church, and gave music you call up for me, Ned, and en- ameter, and the sausages hang H message authority and Who will ? ,':!\

to. And Nora's got pluck. Always lessons,. and made cakes to sell gage a Pullman chair on the first within a few inches of the ground power. goH





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Breaded l\Ieats.-A pinch of I Salt the Prunes.-A pinch of salt

baking powder added to the bread- heightens the flavor. of any prune
crumbs for the'breaded meat or dish.

fish will result in a lighter coating: *

o I I 0I Hooks and Eyes.-Did you ever

Test Your Iron.-Too hot irons try sewing on hooks and eyes witha

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er Point area include a new five- dropped two, A. Hackett has drop I I I Lot 6 Block 201 _"'___ E. J. Malone ..____._ 3.90

Birds And Their I room house of Mrs. Frealy which ped two and Hudson Tillery has Lot 11 Block 201 _____ M. B. Rothrock .____._ 3.90
I Lot 20 Block 201 _..._._____ :Mrs. L. K. Muir .___ 3.90
will be used as a boarding house, risen four. Lot 34 Block 201 __.____ M. Koenlgsburg __...._ 3.18

the six-room home of E. B. Bethea In Ladies Singles the line-up is Lot 1 Block 202 _.._....--'..._ George A. Heinz _____...._._ 4.80
Relation To ManBy Lot I Block 202 ..____ Walter F. Carrie .__......... 3.18
a garage building under construc- unchanged from the original 'except Lot 5 Block 202 .____"_'__" Walter F. Carrie ............_. 3.18
tion by a Mr. Poncey and a small that Julia Oglesby has taken Lot 10 Block 202 ________... Florence O'Meara ..?......._.._ 3.90
Lot 11 Block 202 _.....__._.._ Mrs. Frank C. Deagon 3.90
dwelling built by James Eaton her place at the top of the l-r'der Lot 12 Block 202 .._.__._:.._ Mrs. Frank C. Deagon? 3.90

i near Geiger's Store. in Mrs. Leslie Miller's position I Lot 13 Block 202 _..__...____ James J. Carroll _.___ 3.90
Mr. Kenneth: II. Tuttle '. 1 Lot 1 Block 203 -_..-._.---.._ A. Relnert ---.-.......-....-.-- 7.50
Ilemnndo High School I while Mrs. Miller has dropped to i Lot 4 Block 203 ........._..__..... B. A. Doerk _.._.._.__.... 4.80
third. The ladies in order are :I Lot 6 Block 203 ...._..........'T MM D. G. Alston _..._..............._ 4.80
Brooksvillo, Florida Interest Revived- Lot 11 Block 203 .__?__'_''_''_ F. W. Iverson _...._..._??_ 4.26
'At last, man is being compelledto as follows: Julia Oglesby, Frances : Lot 17 Block 203 _.___.._...._ Crumbie Davis .... ........_..... 5.1(5(
Robinson, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. "j. E. ; Lot 18, Block 203 ..._..__._...._.. Julia Sharkey ._........__.... 4.26
acknowledge that there is a Lot 19 Block 203 ___.._..__.._. Mary King _.._._....._..__._._ 4.26
relationship between himself and (Continued! from page one) Beardsley, Mrs. A. Hackett, Mrs Lot 20 Block 203 __._._____. Ella Kane .______.._ 4.20

Hudson Tillery won over A. L. H. Vaughn, Mrs W. C. Owen, Lot 8 Block 204 _-__,.,.._._.._... Anna E. Anderson __...,.._ 5.70;
the birds. For many years, unlike Lot 13 Block. 201._......._..._.__. Edwin G. Boon __..:_.___ 3.90
the Indians who killed only for Hackett by default. Miss Frances Morgan, Marie Rob- :' Lot 2 Block 207 ._....._.__.._ Lillian H. Wright ..__. 3.54

Bob Beardsley challenged and bins and Eunice Meredith. Lot 3 Block 207 ........_..._._...... Charles W. Wright ..._...._ 3.54
necessary food, the white man I' Lot 6 Block 207 ........._........_...._ Helen M. Hathaway _._. 3.54
slaughtered ruthlessly, mostly for defeated R. N. Smith 6 love.G. Among the rules of the tourn- Lot 7 Block 207 _..........__.._.__ George ].f. Garber ._..__....._ 3.51

the pleasure of killing and boast- M. Ford challenged and defeated ament may be mentioned that any i Lot 11 Block 207 .................__..__ A. B. Farnqulst .__.___ 3.51
Lot 19 Block 207 .....__.._--_ Amelia M. Hall ---'-'--- 3.18
ing of his prowess to others who Andrew Beery 6-1. player may challenge either of the Lot 20 Block 207 .__..?_....__ James F. Carroll _'___''_? 3.18

in the same In the ladies singles only one two next above him but if de- Lot 22 Block 207 ....._..__-'-._ Marie Pavllk ___................. 3.18
also found enjoyment I Lot 23 Block 207 ....,_._____ Marie Pavlik _.........__.._..___ 4.62
manner. Some killed for gain, and match has been played, Julia Ogles- feated must play someone on a Lot 3 Block 208 ,_.______ W. A. Isaacs .......___u......._... 2.46

for this must be held re by defeating Mrs. Leslie Miller, 6 lower rung before re-challenging Lot 4 Block, 208 ....._?-__ W. A. Isaacs .......-.......-..--_ 2.46
women Lot 5 Block 208 ._'_'____ W. P. Didlake ..._......_..... 2.46
sponsible. A woman must indeedbe those above him. A match is de- Lot 6 Block 208 ____ .,' W. P. Didlake: _._.__.__ 2.46

heartless and a with love.The standings of the contestant cided in one set. I Lot 7 Block 208 ______.__..: :'. Lawson Payne _..._........__ 2.46
on par Lot 8 Block 208 ______.. S. Rule ..__....._..,_...._..__ 2.46
the most cruel hunter when she I in the tournament are from the top
Lot 9 Block 208 .______._ J. ,V. Huie __...:........___._ 2.46
will wear the plumage of birds : in order as follows: Men: Jof Lot 10 Block 208 .,.__.____ .. J. W. Mule( ...__.__..__..._._ 2.46;

which entails the suffering causedby Schroeder, Harry Vaughn, Leslie NOTICE OK PUBLIC UKAHING Lot 11 Block 208 _...._._____ John C. McCoy ___.._ 2.46
Lot 24 Block 208 ._._...__.,_...t H. F. Bycroft _'__"."_ 3.18
the procuring of egret plumes.In Miller, Joe Robbins, J. Beardsley Tuesday July 5, 1938. at 4:30: Lot 25 Block 208 _..__.__ Emma Wlllard .__.._____ 3.18

the world of nature, it was Gordon :Mobley, I. M. Pafford, Dan- o'clock. P. M. United States Eastern Lot 26 Block 208 ...._..___..::__.;.- Emma Willard _._'__'__'" 3.18
Standard Time, is fixed is the data Lot 28 Block 208 _._ Miss Caroline Pavllk _._ 3.18
evidently designed that the strong iel Fagan, Bob Beardsley, Fred and time when and the City Hall in Lot 29 Block 208 .,,_.._.__r (Miss Caroline Pavllk _.. 3.18

should prey upon the weaker, and Curry, Robbie Smith, Red Robbins the City of Clewiston is designatedas Lot 29 Block 354 ___.____ Alice G. Rothrock '_'_" 3.18
the place where, the City Com- Lot 32 Block 354 _..___...__ Jessie Barber __.__.._.__ :3.18
man has taken notice of this and G. M. Ford, Sidney Crochet, Andrew mission shall hold a public meetingfor Lot 33 Block 354 __.._:.___ I J. K. Baker __._.M'.... 47.10

called the law "Nature's Balance." I Beery, H. Tillery, Z. Meredith the purpose of considering and Lot 1 Block 355 _____. :. John S. Banks ___? 3.18
. acting upon the assessment roll, of Lot 23 Block 355 ___.__._ Olaf Olsen ....--:.___.__ 3.18
Ezelle A.
Birds also come under this law, ; G. M. Ford, Jr., Dr. acting as a Board of Equalization, '
I Lot 25 Block 355 ___.____ -: Bernard R. Payne _____ 3.18
having their natural enemies, and Hackett, Geo. Royal, Francis of hearing complaints and receiving Lot 27 Block 355 _..__._.__ ''. ': Frank Carey .________ 3.18 ,
Coburn testimony as to the value of any; Lot 28 Block 355 ____,.._ Mrs. II. J. Warner _.____ 3.18 .,.
we. must not forget that the cat Wright, Ed Ward and property real or personal, as fixed Lot 25 Block 356 _._.__.._.._. H. Burk .__..-....._.___._._._.__ 3.18
so much maligned is only obeyingthe Moore. Of these Bob Beardsleyhas by the Tax Assessor, and of perfecting Lot 26 Block 356 __._.__. .;. H. Burk ..._..:.. '_'__'_u",__,,_ 3.18
from his reviewing and equalizing the Lot 28 Block 356 ____- Julia L. Sharkey '_'__'__ 3.18
in her when advance four
implanted rungs 1938 tax assessment.This Lot 39 Block 356 .__._____. Elmer G. Case _....._____ 3.13
she springs upon, a bird. Animals iriginal position, R. N. Smith has notice dated this 22nd day of Lot 40 Block 356 __..._...____. ;"', Elmer G. Case .___....___ 3.18
June, Lot 41 Block 356 ..... Elmer G. Case _.__ ___ 3.18
Andrew has ----- >
were created unreasoning and withno lropped two, Beery W. BIGG.: Clerk I Lot 29 Block 357 ____.__.__ Anna M. Hopkins __ 3.90

other guide than instinct. Nat- Iropped four, Zerney Meredith has CITY COMMISSION r Lot 30 Block .357 ___..?.._..;:: Anna M. Hopkins ___ 3.90

of this but G. M. Ford Jr. has CITY OF CLEWISTONJune Lot 35 Block 357 ______.___.. E. C. Crofts __-_..___ 3.90
has taken account two ,
ure lropped 21 1 .
Lot 36 Block 357 _____..__ '.. E. C. Crofts __'___ 3.90
her law does not include man with - ------------- Lot 3 Block 358 ._._.___.._.:. O. H. Schuler _....,_ 3.18

his and Inflicts the toll that Lots 15, 16 Block 358 _..__: :l\lrs. E. A. Schult ___ 27.30
gun Lot 17 Block 358 ___,____._ -. Mrs. E. A. Shull .____ 18.30
upsets the balance and has well- Lot 21 Block 358 .?_._...--- '. Anna J. Kuhlmann _'.___ 3.90
nigh exterminated species of NOTICENOTICE Lot 22 Block 358 _.__.._.__ Anna J. Kuhlmann ...____ 4.08
many Lot 31 Block 358 _____.....:.._._ Seminole Drug Co. _...__ 54.30
bird life. Also, there must not be Lot 43 Block 358 ____.....__..:.. ... Hilda Toenberg ''''_'__'_'_ 3.18
forgotten the small boy with his Lot 6 Block 359 ____.___ '. Dr. Samuel Fisher "___ 3.18
Lot 18 Block 360'' __..__..__ ::' l\I. W. Young ____.:.._ 3.18
sling shot and air rifle who, multi- that the following described lands, or as Lot 19 Block 360 _._____._ : 1\1. W. Young -__...___ 3.18
plied by thousands all over the is hereby given due for taxes Lot 25 Block 360 __._...- : .. D. J. Voss -....._.____._ 3.18
much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount Lot 4 Block 361 ______._ Cora A. Keller _.__..._ 3.13
land, is' doing his unthinking part herein set opposite to the same, together with the costs of such sale Lot 8 Block 361 _..__.......__ ,.'. O. C. Bryan 3.18

in bird destruction sometimes and advertising will be sold at public auction on the first day of Lots 23, 24 Block 361 ..._.__ I 1\lrs. Anna M. Hopkins 252.30
____ Mrs. Anna M.
Lot 25 Block 361 Hopklns, 3.54
killing outright, but more often August, 1938. beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of Lot 26 Block 361 _.__.__ Mrs. 'Anna 1\1. Hopklns_ 3.54

maiming and so causing a linger- the City of Clewiston, Florida. Lot 27 Block 361 _...____._.__ Mrs. Anna M. HopkIns_ 3.54
R. Y. PATTERSON Lot 28 Block 361 _.._".- Mrs. Anna l\I. Hopkins_ 3.54
ing death by starvation and thirst, Lot 29 Block 361 ______ l\Irs. Anna M. Hopkins_ 3.54
compared to which swift death TAX ,
by Lot 30 Block 361 __..___.__ Mrs. Anna l\I. Hopkins_ 3.18
its natural enemies or a bullet Lot 31 Block 361 .._.___.__ Mrs Anna 1\1. Hopkins.. 3.18

would be preferable.The Lot 32 Block 361 __''''''__'_ Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins._ 3.18
Lot 20 Block 362 _____.__._ .. Adolph Tishler ______ 3.90
protection of birds as an DESCRIPTION W AMOUNTOF Lot 21 Block 362 .._..__....._.-.. .' '." Adolph Tishler .'__".'.__ 3.90
aid to mankind in combatting in- 0 ill W OWNER TAXES Lot 30 Block: 362 ______. .' : N. B. O'Kelley ....___ 3.90
, OF LAND .00. Lot 32 Block 362 _"_","_"_'_. ;:t '. 1\Irs. Rena F. .JacobI _'_ 3.90
sect pests is seen to be vitally important H AND Lot 36 Block 362 _".__"_'_'__', MIs. V. E. Jacobs ."._ 5.70
to the nation when O f fc I Lot 12 Block 363 _..___..___ A. 1\1. Coleman ._._..__.....__ 2.82
we II' 3 g N 0 Lot 14 Block 363 .__,.._.__ 1V. R. Griffiths ___.__.. 3.36
read statistics that have been com- < Lot 24 Block 363 _.__.___..._..: Mrs. E. A. RChult _._.___ 20.10

piled. We are told that one-tenth' Lot 1 Block 367 .._____._.-_ Mrs E. A. Schult _____ 45.30
(\Lot 1 Block 6 50 ft. & 115 Lot 2 Block 367 ___.._...___ti I. 1\1rs. E. A. Schult ___ 25.50
of all the cereals, hay, cotton, ft. off S. end _.____._ First Bank of Clewiston 72.60 Lot 3 Block 367 _____.: ', :I\Il"s. E. A. Schult ____ 14.70
forests and general farm S 85 ft. off _..._."_._ i I Lot. Block 367 ____.::.. ;h.Mrs. E. A. Schult 14.70
productsare Lot 9 Block 9 N 60 ft off Alston Drug Co. .. ...L....._ 33.00 Lot 9 Block 367 --d: .: ..:,:: .: O. Ill Benson __._L.. 2.46
consumed annually by insects. Lot 1 Block 17 __._.._._._ .' Anna 1\1. Hopkins __ 3.90 Lot 13 Block 367.--....:_... : t.'f..IJ -. E. W. Hathaway ____ 2.82
Cinch bugs alone 20 mil- Lot 2 Block 17 ____..._ ,.- Anna 1\1. Hopkins __ 3.90 Lot 16 Block 367 __..____. '.. ") 'S' Mrs. E. A. Schult __._ 90.30
destroy Lot 10 Block 20 W..____._ R. E. Kurtz _..___...__ 4.80 Lot 17 Block 367 .______ ..... : Milan A. Farah _.__ 2.82
lion dollar's worth of wheat each Lot 30 Block 23 ?_._?___..... Colt's Inc. ?._____?.._____ 6.60 Lot 19 Block 367 ___.:__- D. L. Voss _.._......_.....,...._ 2.82
and the boll weevil Lot 31 Block 23 ___...___,_ Colt's Inc. ..________. ... 6.60 Lot 22 Block 367 '______ Stanley McCorkle ___'_'_ 2.82
year, causesan Lot 32 Block 23 _._:....____ '. Colt's Inc __.._.?_..._._ 6.60 Lot 24 Block 369! ____..__ L. 1\1. Harding _____ 3.90
even greater loss to cotton Lot 23 Block 26 ._'__'_''____ B. W. .Jenks, Sr. _____ 4.80 Lot 25 Block 369 ._ Guy Pearl __.._____.._ 3.90
growers. A truck or fruit Lot 24 Block 26 __._._:._.__ B. W. .Jenks, .Jr. .____ 4.80 Lot 26 Block 369 _.._.?.____ L. 1\1. Harding ___.___.._ 3.90
grower Lot 25 Block 26 _.__...._.__'_ ,,' '? B. W. .Jenks, .Jr. _. ______ 4.80 Lot 33 Block 369 ___.,_..__._ John l\L Spies ____..._ 3.90 .-
must expect a 25 percent loss of Lot 26 Block 26 __._.__.__?..._. : '. B. W. .Jenks, .Jr. _..:.__ 4.80 Lot 34 Block 369 "_".__?__.-- ..... Elmer G. Case __.__.,._ 3.90 .
his crops on account of insects and Lot 27 Block 26 _______......._ B. 1V .Jenks, Sr., _.___ 4.80 Lot 35 Block 369 _.___.._...._?.... Elmer G. Case _.____ 3.90
Lot 28 Block 26 _.__........_.___, B. 1V. .Jenks, Sr: _...__...__ 4.80 Lot 18 Block: 370 _..___._.._.._." Bertha A. Taylor _.____ 3.00
worms. Over against these enemiesto Lot 29 Block 26 ..._._..__...___ B. 'V: Jenks, Sr: .___._ 4.80 Lot 38 Block' 370 _.-.__.__ Ethyl I. Button _______ 3.90
mankind, nature has set the Lot 30 Block k6 ..........._.._.___ ': ."\ B W. .Jenks Sr' -'- "--"'- 480 Lot 15 Block 372 ................._..._::.. Cornelius Bodthe ._.__._.. 2.-16
Lot 1 Block 27 ......................._.... .<" "' ... Anna 1\1. Hopkin ;; 5'70 Lot 10 Block 377 _._.::..............._ Mrs. Frank C. Deagon 2.82
birds as a check, and it might be Lot 2 Block 27 ...........:......_...::' .;'r, Anna M. Hopkins ::::::::::: 5:70: Lot 13 Block 377 __.___....__.._. R. C. No'wling __.____.__.. 3.51

said each species has a preferencefor Lots 3, 4 Block 27 ._..____ ":- '. The Bromar Corp. .___ 108.30 Lot 14 Block 377 '_.'______'_, ,; R. C. Nowling _.._.___ 3.54
Lot 19 Block 27 .......----.f- '. The Bromar Corp. ___. 5.70 Lot 15 Block 377 ._._..._._ ." I R. A. I..i1ley ___..___..__ 354
some special kinds of injurious Lot 20 Block 27 ..._.,..-..??_. :.: ;' '. The Bromar Corp. ....:__ 5.70 Lot '31 Block 377 _._____....... .. G. C. Voss _...._...._.___.._ 2,10I
insect or worm. For instance the Lot 24 Block 27 __...___-;_' : Walter Cox ,___._.__.._ 3.90 I Lot 32 Block 377 ____.___..:.' ,; Mrs. Mary E. Moon ___ 2.10
Lot 27 Block 27 ...__.__......:_..: .:' '. Elmer G. Case _._.____:.._ 3.00 Lot 33 Block 377 _..._.....___:., I Mrs. Mary E. Moon _' ._ .2.10
cuckoo and Baltimore oriole consume Lot 28 Block 27 ___.._._......... :' Elmer G. Case ...._..._____ 3.00 Lots 14, 15 Block 378 .._.__ ." Wilbur Gorf "__'_"_'_"_ 18.30
quantities of the obnoxiousten Lot 29! Block 27 ....____._.__.:;.: = : \ Elmer G. 'Case _...._....._.__.:. 3.00 Lot 19 Block 378 _._....._.___..-'. \, n & B Cash Grocery.Co. 29.10.
Lot 30 Block 27 ...__...__ .. .' 'Elmer G. Case _.'_"._".' 3.00 Lot 20 Block: 378 __...:.__._; Alston Drug Co. ___._ 29.10
caterpillars; chickadees eat Lot 31 Block 27 _.._______.._ :.' ;..-'. Elmer G. Case _...._..____ 3.00 Lot 4 Block 381 ..._...__.._...". Otto H. Schuler _.__ 2.46
cankerworm moth eggs and moths, Lot 2 Block 136 ...____?_.,...:_ i.,, "..., Walter R. Tweedy 3.90 Lot 5 Block 381 _._....__.:: -. S. 1\f. Paulson '.__'__"? 2.46
Lot 15 Block 138 _.____ '!, C. E. Shaw __..._..___._ 3.00 Lot 10 Block 383 ___.___._-.. C. E. Stedman __?__ 2.10
plant lice, etc., and the flicker, Lot 4 Block 139 _._......._.__: E. M. Petterson -..__ 4.26 Lot 11 Block 383 _.__.._.___ ', '. C. E. Stedman __._.._.._ 2.10
sometimes: called yellowhammer Lot G Block 139 ____._.,_.-... Mrs. A. S. Rothrock ... ,,_ 5.70 Lot. 13 Block 385 __._____....X,- :' Mrs L. O. Holdsworth &
Lot 12 Block 139 ___.._.__..: Cora A. Keller _.__.__.._. 4.62 >:("r.\: '. Robert J. Olsen ",_'_?_'_ 7.80
woodpecker, and various other Lot 13 Block 139 ..._..._.__.-.. '. E. J. Keller ...____.__._. 4.62 : ', L.
_.__.._..... Mrs O. Holdsworth
names, eats quantities of ants and Lot 9 Block: 141 .....?._. Margaret Klick ._.___ 3.90 Lot 14 Block 385 : S '. '::' & Robert T. Olsen _... 7.80
Lot 10 Block 141 __......._..._._ Anna ravllck ........._.._.....__ 3.90 .
destroys their tunnels. The injury Lot 15 Block .385 -_._?_._...:_ :. S :. 1\I1"s. L. O. Holdswortht
Lot 11 Block 141 ____._....._ Elmer G. Case '_''_.''___ 4.80 .' .
& Robert Olsen _._
ants!: can do to young birds is Lot 15 Block: 146 _.._.....__.._:. Sadie O'l\I.ehra _......_.._._?. 3.90 .; .': J. 7.80
,..._....__ :. Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth
Lot 10 Block 151 _._._.____:._ ', Elmer G. Case ____..?..__... 3.90 Lot 16 Block 385 ... "
& J. Olsen ......
hardly realized, and they are also Lot 11 Block 151 .._...._.............. ', Elmer G. Case _..._..._?__. 4.80 Robert 7.80
__._.._..__._ Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth
accountable for enormous quantities Lot 12 Block 151 ....___._.._._ Elmer G. Case ____...._ 3.90 Lot 17 Block 385 .
_,_: _' ./ Elmer G. Case ___ __ 3.54 ... & Robert J. Olsen 22.20
of Lot 13 Block 151 :: '. U. S. .....__.____._
plant lice, or aphids, as they : Lot 5 Blk 390 N of Arco St Sugar 4.80
Lots 152 ___ G. L. Espenlaub .._.. 54.30I
1, 2, 3, Block '. .
2 Block 396 _..._ _........ '; Jessie L. Klnderllng _.._ 1.74
the .._ ..........__ First Bank of Clewlston 18.30 Lot
carry eggs into their tunnel I Lot 4 Block 152 Lot 4 Block 403 _._.._._.____ C. E. Olin ...._....._.__.______ 1.74
.__ H. Ethel.ton .___._. ._ 39.90
'Lots 5, 6, 7, Block 152 "" """
late in the 403 __ __ W. E. Chenot _._____._ 2.10
and Block ,
summer keep them Lot 8 Block 152 ..........._._..__. G. E. Etherton _..__.___ 7.50 Lot 15 ""' _. .'
__ Anna M. ___
410 2.46
safely there until they hatch in Lot 9 Block 152 ..._..........__.__: G. E. Etherton _____ 7.50 Lot 11 Block _.. ... Hopkins
Lot 2 Block 411 ?_..__.._ Anna l\f. Hopkins _"'__ 2.10
the spring, when they bring them Lot 11 Block 152 ..._.._:.._..-.. First! Bank of Clewiston 7,50: Lot 4 Block 411 ____._..._' L. B. Ecklund __ 2.16 ..
out and place them on Lot 12 Block 152 _......_...._.. .' FIrst Bank or Clewlston 7.fiO Lot 5 Block 411 _____.__ : ;'" A. G. Farnquist _.._ 2:46:
vegetation Lot Block 156 35' off S side First Bank of Clewlston 40.20 Lot 6 Block 411 '-=--'__'-"_"._ ;> f/ 1.- L. Lynn ._........__..___ 2.16
in order that they feast on a Lot 4 Block 156 ........C., C. Klutts ,____,_,'...._ 7.50 Lot 7 Block: 411 ?_,._.._._._.._ Anna 1\1. Hopkins ...__ 2.6!
honey-like substance Ei<> Lot 5 Block 156 ....._._ ,' C. C. Christian _'_'?._", 18.30 Lot 9 Block 411 _._______ George Wiebe __"_ 2.82
secreted by Lot 7 Block 156 ...._...._..-_.__,. 'I : George A. Heinz _...__ 7.50 Lot 11 Block 412 _____._._ L. H. Schuck .....___.__ 2.10
the aphids. Lot .24 Block 156 ._........____.?_ Robert George _..___ .._ 59.70 Lot 12 Block 412 _._.__..__.: L.. H. Schuck ____.._._._..__ 2.10
Lot 1 Block: 159 ......_..__._..__ I'; Theo. Gollliebt _.._.__ 3.18 Lots 14, 15. 16 Block 412 __. G. E. Etherton __...____ 23.7
Lots 1, 2 Block 161.____ 'i : C. R. & D. Corp or Lot 21 Block 412 _..__._..__ Y" I W. G. Ames ..___ ;____ 3.110'
Nail IsContinued : ":.: -: ..>. !, E. M. Cornette _.__..._? 5.10 Lots 26, 27 Block: 412 ..._._', .:. Mabel Francis _._............... 3.9n!
Lots 3, 4 Block 161 .._...... /,,z-, .: C. R. & D. Corp or Lots 1, 2 Block 414 .........._- Royal Lumber Co. __ 32.70
"J. E.. 1\1. Cornelle __,_.__... 4.20 Lot 40 Block 415 _.__._....__...__ L. l\I. Harding ___._?_._ 2.46
417 _._.__......__ ti" It.111. L. Curtis ....._..._.. _. ._.
Lot 6 Block 161 __.....__.._....: George Crowder .__.._... 2.10 Lot 21 Block -- 3.18
( from Lot 7 Block 161 ..............................,:.". '...-'r. : George Crowder ....__......_. 2.10 Lot 22 Block 417 __....-..........- ';' Ida L. Curtis ....._..._..__.._.._.. 3.18
vage one) Lot 2 Block: 162 __._....__...__ ", ".' '. 1\1rs. J. E. Frederick _.__ 3.18 Lot 15 Block 418 ..._____.._._.-. A. C. Nelson .__........_.__. 3.18
mill and tank in order that every Lot 6 Block 162 ..._.__._..._..: ,\ J. C. 'Vindheim _.___ 3.18 :. Lot 16 Block 418 __-__"_ A. C. Nelson ........._ .............. 318
house have r..ot 12 Block 162 ______._... .. .. .: Ruth R. Beardsley __ 5.70 Lot 17 Block 418 ___1._ A. C. Nelson ,..._.._._.._._.._._ 3:18:
may running water. Lot 15 Block 163 _...__.___ : ; E. L. Alston ..._....._.._..__ 22.80 Lot 18 Block 418 __._____ A. C. Nelson .....__.._._._..._ 3.18
The ten acre tract is cut squarelyin Lot fi Block 167 _..._..._...:_.._.....: ..; -- Herbert. Goldstein ___ 3.90 Lot 19 Block 418 ._.......-...-.,.;._: A. C. Nelson ...,_..-.......-..- 3.18 j
two by the Lots 35. 36 Block 167 _.__' c .. T. B. Shelley .......__.__,_ 27.30 Lot 19 Block 422 _....__.____? .r' \ Hollis Lanier _.:..___....._..... &18 .
new county road T.ot 1 Block 169 _.... Beryl Bowden -.._.-.?---_ 9.30 Lot 20 Block 422 _..._.____ HollIs Lanier ...._....._........._ 3:18:
which leaves the South Clewiston Lot 8 Block 170 ._....-...?...-..-.__.-,_- VIctor Baron ___..._.___ 3.90 Lot 21 Block 422 ....__..___ :4 /. .',' Hollis Lanier __.._._._._.... 3.18

road at Geiger's Store and then Lot 9 Block: 170 ......._._._.__ Victor Baron ,_"___'_ 3.90 I Lot 22 Block 422 _.--.--..:-? .'_. "d, ," HollIs Lanier ._____......_... 3.18
Lot 12 Block 171 _...._._._____ Leslie E. Kemp _____ 5.34 Lot 23 Block 422 ._._.____ Hollis Lanier ___._..__ 3.13
loops back to it by Mr. Nail's Lot 14 Block 171 ...__._._...__ _: Jennie E. Barber _...__ 5.31 Lot 24 Block 422 .._._____....: :.. S Hollis Lanier __._............. 3.18 '1- >.
residence. Twenty-eight lots Lot 26 Block 171 ............................ t. .. Rebecca Lutz ____.__?_...._ 5.3.1 Lot 27 Block 422 _...____.__... : -: Elmer G. Case ..._._......._.... 3.18
are _.__.._.__.__ Elmer G. Case .............._.....
Lot 3, Block 172 ... ........._....J.___ : E. 1\1. Cornelle ______... 4.26 Lot 28 Block422 3.90
thus provided fifty feet 110 .. .. Block 423 ........._ .. '. Adolph Tishler' ......._.._....... 3.90
by TJot 7 Block 172 ......:........_......... ." E. C. Cole .. 4.26 Lot 1 ---- ',. ?
feet and Mr. Nail states that at Lot 11 Bl .cl is: 172 ......__.._.__._., ;. lIlrs. J. E. Frederick ...... 4.62 Lot 23 Block 423 ...............____; ... : Fred A. Clelanrl ..................... 3:18:
Lot 1 Block 173 .._._._..._._.___,,'. ., G. H. & Frances Small 6.78 Lot 24 Block 423 ...............-...- -? Fred A. Cleland ....._......_._.. 3.18
some future date he may decideto 173 ..__._....._:_.'. L. M. Harding ...___..__.... 5,70T.ot Lot 25 Block 423 = '" Unknown 3.18
Lot 21 Block .; 423 ..:::=.::_::: : : Unknown :::::: ::.::::::::= :::::_::::= :
sell the tract out in lots but 23 Block 173 ___ "". G. Ames .. ...........................- 72.30 Lot 26 Block .., 3.18
"' '' ''
'..ot 24 Block 173 "...."......_._.._........ C. E. Shaw ......_._.._..._._....__ 6.60 Lot 28 Block 423 ....--...-.-_..-- ,. Elmer G. Case '_"' _" "_ 3.18
not at the present time. Each of .,ot G) Block: 17i .....__._.__ Minerva D. Sharder ._._ 3.18 Lot 29 Block 423 .._...-.__.-._-- Elmer G. Case ....._............. 3.18

the houses he builds will be located .Jot 1 Block 176 ".",_"._"'_"._'_"." Conrad Thorp .....____ 2.75 Lot 35 Block 446 _.__.,._ = Jordan Eilers _.-.._._._._.... _._..

on one fifty foot lot but cot 2 Block 176 ..........__.__._ "' J. V. Shasr _...._..___. 3.90 Lot 36 Block 446 ._....--.---..,.. : '.: Jordan Eller' _....__._._ .,._ 4.80
will rot ::1 Block 176 ........_._..__.__ 1\1rs. V. E. Jacobs _____ 3.90 Lot 10 Block 453 _._..._...._.__ Lil-"an S. Cook: ....__........_... 3.90
have a fifty foot lot between it Lot 4 Block 176 _.._.___._ Allen E. IIeyson ___ 3.90 Lot 11 Block 453 .___._____ :, .-,:. Lilyan S. Cook ..._......_....._. 3,90
and the next one thus .ot 6 Block 176 _..._....____....._ J. Clinton Moorman 3.90 Lot 12 Block 453 _.._..._.___ Lilyan R. Cook __........._.._ 3:90:
giving \
a Lot. 8 Block ,171'; ...._,.__.__.._.._ Victor J. Robins, Sr. __ 3,90Mt Lot 13 Block 453 _..___....__ ; Lilyan S. Cook _...._.......__ 3.90
hundred feet of frontage for each 21 Block 176' _._..-?___,_ Gusta C. Voss __..__ 3,90ot Lot 14 Block 453 _._.__..___. : Lilyan So Cook ....................... 3.90
home. '. 22 mode 176 _._...______ Puth n. Beardsley ._- 3,90nt ( Lot 15 Block 453 __..__.____ '- Lilyan S. Cook -......_._..._..... 3.90
2' 131"1: 1 '6; _..__.._...._......_ D. J. .Johnstone ,..___, 3.90 Lot 10 Block 495 ..._.....-..-.._. ', Mrs. 1\1. L. Porteus ....._._.. 2.41
The tract is being beautified and .ot 21 Block 1'j1i ..._......__.._....._ A. V. Bristow ._._....-_......_. 4.110 Lot 12 Block 495 ........-:-..-.- '.. Ruth n. Beardsley ..___... I.30

evil be 13 Block 495 ...'._...___...... Ruth n. neardsle ......._.
known in the future asNail's '-ot 28 Block 176 _._.._..._.i..__ g. W. Hathaway _.'.'_"_ 3.3! Lot ': 9,30!>
Court. Oak ".ot ?0 TIV',: "; .. ... Tames P. Costello ....--..__.._ 3.36 Lot 14 Block 495 ?_._.__.____. ;' Claude L rocket: _....._._..._ 3.18
trees have been .. _....... Annie L.
.___ 3.90 Lot 15 Block: 495 -- Marshall ..._ 3.18
Lot 36 Block 176 ._.._...... ..._..__ mlutit R. Beardsley
planted along either side of the ___ 3.90 Lot 16 Block 495 .__.__.__ TUJie Pavlik .___..:._ 2.46
Walter Jussell
Lot 0 Block 195 ....__.._..._.......... '" .. __
__ :
__.._....._.__._ .T"ll' t T. S'nc"bridge 3.90 Lot 9 Block 498 __ Mary C. Simms _..__ 2.10
new road and a hedge will be Tot 10 Block 195! 498 _............. .._ G. W. _. ..
__ _
Lot 10 Block Fuquay .. ._. 2.10
IrnAn _.._.._:.._ 4.80
fot 23 ........... .._ ... .... Cha. W.
planted between each'building plot. Lot 4 P.locl'niock "195)1'; .._. m'.(\ ,.. q R Hall ...__..__.__. R..11) Lot 15 Block 498 ___..._...... iIsdilh Taylor ._..._.._...._.......... 2.10
I 605 ._.___.._......_ Mrs. 1.: O.
__._ ,_.. 3.90 Lot 7 Block .i Holdsworth 1.20
' Other Lot 5 Block 196 _.... ... ......._ nlllnch Dean ? '
building in
now ..
progressor '. Lot 20 Block 196' .._ _-_- .._ George 1" Terrell .... 5.7:1: Lot 11 Block: 505 .... ._.. .- Mrs. E. C. Dawson __.: 1.20

recently completed in the Hook Lot; 4 .Block 201 ............................. ClaCpn Garsl .... ,-. 3.90 ,_ .- Fruit Growers Ex Co 2.05