The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00754
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1939
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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, ; New Pastor Here Clewiston School
( Lemon Grass Seen Rich Opened

For Baptist, Church

Crop As Prices Advance Monday For '39-40 Term

ti., Rev. H. G. McLeroy, of Trenton,
..' _. who, was recently called by the First
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Baptist Church of Clewiston, arrived (, -
k SHIPMENTS OP OIL FRO 0I I Governor yesterday with his wife and Cane Patent SuitVerdict i ALMOST 300 STUDENTS ARE
INDIA BEING RETARDEDBY will begin his pastorate here Sun- I ; FACULTY

;,. WAR I day, October 1st. ", WithheldThe I IS COMPLETE
Board BudgetC.
t', I Rev. McLeroy has held the Baptist I
:' The European war which caused I'pastorate of Trenton for the past At 8:15 Monday morning almost
the recent rise in prices of sugar | three hundred Clewiston school stu-
seven years and Baptists of
E. Miner Hendry' county member Florida Supreme Court on j
and other commodities also has dents answered the bell which
of the Everglades Fire Control Clewiston feel very fortunate in securing -j September 19 heard legal argu- sum-
h' caused a marked rise in the price his services.' He attended moned them to the beginning of
Board was one of the members of ments from attorneys representingDr. '
of lemon grass oil which in all 'another term and shortly after nine
Louisiana College and is also
a special committee appointed by a 'B. A. Bourne, sugar agronomistfor
probability will bring to the Ever- 'o'clock they gathered in the audi-
graduate of the Baptist Bible Institute
Chairman R. Boo of Moore' Havento the United States Sugar Corpo-
glades another lucrative industry. torium with a large group of school
in New Orleans.
confer with Governor Cone in ration, seeking to keep the patent
: The'greater part of the nation'ssupply patrons for the opening exercises
; Tallahasse Monday relative to the Rev. McLeroy occupied the pul- rights to several varieties of cane
of lemon grass oil which Is inaugurating the school of
$75,000 budget of the board for pit of the Clewiston church during which he has developed, and also year
'r extensively used In the manufacture the 'year. Others on the committee two services several weeks ago and from the State which seeks to take i 19391940.The .
of soaps and perfumery and can be ,small
' were J. F. Colson of Pahokee, all who heard him preach were these patent rights on the ground auditorium was pack-
used as a synthetic lemon extract, I Ii I ed to
highly pleased and feel that his overflowing for the opening
Thos. S. Caro of Key West Mr. that Dr. Bourne was working in a
i Is imported from India and the I I Boe and Fire Chief W. H. Stafford. coming to Clewiston will be a bene- state experiment station at the time assembly which was made brief for
I war, making shipping through the r fit to the local Baptist Church and I the varieties were developed. this reason. Mrs. Agnes Thomas
Mediterranean extremely hazardous I Governor Cone assured the group to the entire community. 'Ifor several years a member of the
has already reduced the shipments.Last that the $75,000. appropriated by I Following the presentation of the I high school faculty opened the assembly -
I the 1939 legislature would be avail- evidence in the form of written
March the United States and introduced the
able when needed but urged that, briefs, the high court took, the case new
Sugar Corporation announced that IMISTRIAL principal for this term Prof. R. W.
I every economy be effected for the RESULTSIN under advisement and it is believed -
,! it had just completed the first semi- .Turk. Prof. Turk acknowledged the
present when there was no great that it may be several weeks be-
commercial production of lemon introduction and asked Fr. Law-
threat from fires. His approval of fore a verdict is returned.The .
grass oil from a field of 240 acres. CASE I Vence Flynn, pastor of St. Margar-
the budget paves the way for the AGAINST tried before circuit
of the case was ''et's Catholic church ,
This acreage was some poor- to lead In the
! est sand land owned by the corporation expenditure of a $75,000 matchingfund judge Geo. W. Whitehurst in Fort 'opening prayer. .:
luxuriant set aside by 'Congress for fire Myers originally and after a long
yet the plant attained a FORMER COLLECTOR Prof. Turk then made a brief
control work and study.
deliberation Judge Whitehurst ruled
growth and yielded a high talk in which he welcomed the
grade oil. Governor Cone on Wednesday I that the patents belonged to Dr. pa-
trons and the students to another
I named the last', two members of the Bourne even though the new varie- .
At that time the price was so I A six-man circuit court jury fail- ''school term. He urged the cooper-
eleven-man Everglades Fire board. ties were produced while 'he was
low that there was little or no ed to agree on the guilt, or innocence ation of all patrons and students in
They were John Porth of Hialeah employed by the state at the Everglades -
profit to be obtained from the oil of Hendry County's former brder that the school might developas
from Dade County and J. C. Dur- Experimental Station in
f but it was' believed that the grass, tax collector, Frank Dougherty, and'I ; it should develop during the year
rance of Okeechobee in Okeechobee ;Belle Glade. The state appealed to
after being crushed and the, juice Judge Geo. W. Whitehurst declaredIt i and that the term might be a most
county. I the higher court on the ground that
k extracted could be used as a cattle a mistrial which would be successful one.
r feed and offer enough profit The next meeting of the board tried at a later date. The case re-I.. Dr. Bourne was employed by them June Hooker sang as a vocal solo,
I E that It could be raised successfully will be ,held next Wednesday in heard in LaBelle Monday and I for the express purpose of findingnew ''"Sing a Song of Sunbeams" after

l as an off-season crop. The grass to Pahokee.' Tuesday and the jury, after varieties of cane. :which Prof. Turk introduced the

\\1 be used successfully as a cattle feed ating for sometime reported deliber-I : faculty members. The first introduc-

II must be dehydrated and. a dehydrator Football Field night to Judge Whitehurst Puerto Rican IsKiwanis 'ed were those teachers who are

has not yet been installed. members were hopelessly deadlocked. I, ,serving in Clewiston for the first

f The harvest of the second crop Will Be LightedCoach It is understood that the count SpeakerLuis time this year: Mrs. Louise Greene,

i (' of lemon grass will' begin about the was four for conviction and two I first grade; Mrs. Margaret Arey,
I same time as the sugar cane harvest against. I fifth grade; Miss Ruth Knight,

i and will be processed in the present R. W' Turk announced this Dougherty was removed from 'office A. Serrano, director of the I commercial work; Ernest 'Hall,

I plant which operates in week that part of the equipmentfor last March by GO'ernorCone i Puerto Rico Experiment Station, mathematics and sciences and Rob-

l junction with the sugar plant con-I installing floodlights on the local after state ,auditors' had reporteda was an unheralded but most wel- ert Lado, English and foreign lan-
I ,, make use of the steam from football, gridiron was already at shortage of more ,than. ,$7,000., come visitor' and speaker at ,the 'guages. The teachers' who served
r G boilers. Should there, be a_ more ex. hand,.and It is'hopedthat, they,,will instate and county' funds. mid-week meeting of the Kiwanis: last year and for prior years' were

t tensive planting ,of. the ,grass during be ready In time for all of Clewis- The jury returned to. the court- Club Wednesday evening at the next introduced: Miss Alice Stein-

t this next year a separate processing ton's home games to be played at room twice for recharging by Judge Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Serrano are holtz, second grade; Miss Evelyn

plant will probably be built and the night. The first game will be against Whitehurst stating they were con- spending a few days in Clewiston Bell, third grade; Miss Evelyn Bur-

harvest will be during the summer Pompano here on Friday, October fused by a clause in the Informa- looking over the Everglades sugar hans, fourth grade; Mrs. Livonia

months rather than in the fall. The 13. tion which charged the defendant, industry. after visiting their sons Holstine sixth srradpr Mrs. Mary
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f acreage was not increased'' appreciably It is believed that the lighted after mentioning embezzlement of who are students at Riverside Military I Baker: seventh ; d--eighth l-- grades

1\\ this season. field, permitting night playing will certain funds, "-and which he Academy in Hollywood. and Mrs. Agnes Thomas, historyand
Dr. B. A. Bourne, research chemist I attract much larger: crowds than converted to his own' use." Judge Another interesting visitor was mathematics.A .

for the sugar corporation, made the afternoon games which are Whitehurst said that this was prima G. A. Schuck of New York, retired song, "God Bless America"was

possible the growth of the grass played at a time when those who ,facie and that they (the jury) sugar cane grower in Puerto Rico. sung by Miss Florence Graham
and the processing of the oil on a I are working have difficulty arrang- would have to determine from the These men were formerly friends after which the assembly was treat-

basis which might compete with ing to attend.'MeaIpvhile evidence presented in the case on the island and met quite acci- ed to an exceptionally fine talk by

cheap foreign labor after five yearsof the Tigers are sharp- whether Dougherty was guilty or dentally in the lobby of the Inn Fr. Flynn.Fr. .

experimentation.. It was pickedby ening their claws in readiness for not guilty of the charges preferred that day. Flynn's subject was "The

him as having the greatest, pos- the season opener against Moore against him. Judge W. D. Bell and Mr. Serrano, after meeting with Glory of Americanism" and he began -

: sibilities of a number of such for- Haven's Terriers on the Moore Ha- Louis 0. Gravely, attorneys for the Kiwanis members earlier in the day his talk with a resume of Euro-

eign grown products which may ,be ven gridiron next Friday afternoonand defense, in addressing the jury af- agreed to talk that evening on life, pean conditions and expressed the

successfully grown in the Florida I while the local squad goes into ''ter both sides had rested the case customs and sugar cane culture of.. belief that all should be fervently
Everglades. A special harvesting I the affray apparently weaker than said that' it had not been proven the island at the meeting and a thankful to be American citizens;

i machine, designed by Dr. Bourne, I last year because of the loss of that Dougherty stole, the money large group of Kiwanians: was on I Ito live in a nation where children
proved the key to competitive pro- several players by graduation, they and that when he (Dougherty) hand to hear the interesting talk. might safely attend their schools or

duction.In have developed some' new materialand went out of office there was moneyon The speaker stated that he had play together without the constant
view of the fact that the have had several weeks of Intensive hand to take care of the in- been in sugar cane work for the fear of sudden death from air

price of the oil has now doubledand work under. Coach Turk debtedness. Members of the jury past twenty 'years south of the Rio bombs or other implements of ,war.

probably will go much higher I which may offset the back-field were R. E. Burchard, foreman, W. Grande. Part of this time was spentin Fr. Flynn also urged the parents

the cultivation of lemon grass as a I'I losses in' the two Winn brothersand E. Gibbs, Lee Edwards, Haley Fort- Brazil and other South American i. to have more consideration for the

very successful Everglades crop has Bill Owen at end as well as son, W. J. Myers and S. C. Black- countries but for sixteen years he teachers of the school and reminded
''I great possibilities. So far as is I others who graduated. burn. had worked in Puerto Rico and had i them that ,after a child left their

known the U. S. Sugar Corporationgrew The Moore Haven team was Dougherty was tried on' two of devoted this entire time to a studyof home for school in the morning, he

the first acreage of lemon swamped by the Tigers in last three counts in a bill of information sugarcane there. was under the authority of the

grass ever grown in the United year's opener the first six-man filed by State Attorney ClydeH. He explained the geographical teachers and this authority should

States although a small amount is football played by either team, and Wilson charging misappropriation ,-I peculiarities of the island and said Hot be interfered with. Cooperation
Imported each year from Central the Terriers are out for revenge of state and county funds that: it was a hundred miles long, between' parents and teachers is

America. (Continued on Page 8) growing out of a check paid by the I (Continued on Page 8)) most necessary, the speaker said,
Standard Lumber Corporation- for '>f a successful school term is to be

I Western Auto Store, ; I II 'Land Use Committee $969.38 dated September 10, 1938 New Indictment To assured. "

I and covering personal property tax After the group singing of mer-

'i I Will Open Tomorrow Picks Columbia Co. for the year, 1937. Of this amount Hit DoughertyState ica", a closing prayer by Fr. Flynn
$54.38 represented the state's por- and a few announcements by Prof.

I tion and $915 belonged to the Turk, the students returned to their

One of the outstanding events in i I J. E. Beardsley returned Satur- county to be broken up into vari- Attorney Clyde Wilson said class-rooms to begin work in the

Clewiston's business history is the day' from Gainesville where he went ous funds. It was waived by the Wednesday he would draft a new new school term.

opening of the new Western: Auto last week to attend a two day con- state for $5.24 taxes paid by Stan- indictment charging that Frank r Only a routine schedule was car-
Associate Store, owned by J. F. ference of the State AgriculturalLand ley McCorkle, of which it was alleged Dougherty misappropriated $7,110.20in ried out the first day, each high
McLure and operated by H. O. '' Use Committee of which he no record was found.W. automobile tag funds while Hen- school class meeting for fifteen min-

Branyon. was recently made a member. The F. Powers and W. B. John- dry county tax collector, m office utes. Registration of the high school

Most car owners In this vicinityare chief result of the meeting was to son, auditors in the employ of the from which lIe was suspended last grades was carried out between
familiar with the Western Auto pick Columbia County for a unified state auditing department who au- March by Governor Cone on the eleven and two o'clock and the

Supply Company of Kansas City, (land use program. dited the tax collector's: books recommendation, of the state auditing first six grades had all of the time

Missouri because this is the firm One of the principal purposes of Powers from November 1, 1936 to department. between the close of the assemblyand

that used to send out so many of I the committee Is to co-ordinate the March 14, 1939, and Johns lf\ from The present' indictment was two o'clock to complete regis-

the little catalogs known as the I activities of the various federal and March 15 to March 25, 1939, both I quashed by Judge George White- tration as these grades did not

I "Auto Owners' Supply Book" ,offer- state agricultural agencies, to for- testified on the witness stand that hurst Wednesday at the request of meet for classes.

\, ing attractive prices on practically mulate agricultural land use poli- the records on file at the tax col Mr. Wilson who explained it was One hundred and three pupils

\ { everything needed for an automo cies, make recommendations rela- lector's office showed no disbursement drafted by his predecessor, Roy have been enrolled in high school

I' bile. 'It is the oldest and largest tive to public agricultural programsto I of this amount. .Tames K. Stubbs. The move came as a. jury I and a hundred and eighty-one in the

l organization of its kind in the more ,effectively correlate land Miller jr., chief bookkeeper In the :was being selected to try the caseA grades for a total of two hundred
\t world, founded in 1909 and now use activities and to review and approve State Treasurer's office produced similar case against!" Dougherty and eighty-four. There are twelve
j 1 operating more than 200 stores allover proposed plans and projectsof records to show that Dougherty remitted ended in a mistrial 'Tuesday whena members of this year's Senior Class.

i the United States, which were the Department of Agricultureand to the state treasurer's of- jury failed to agree. The first grade has thirty-two; sec

I formerly the exclusive outlets for county planning committees. fice only $4.62 in state taxes for Tuesday's case against Dougherty ond grade thirty-one; third grade,
1 many of Its well-known brands of Columbia was picked for the unified the' county's 1937 tax roll. ElbertL. charged that he failed to turn in twenty-seven; fourth grade thirty,

I merchandise.Now I program as offering a more Stewart cashier of the First a check for $969.38 in payment of fifth grade, thirty nine and sixth

however, the company is diversified farming activity. Fifteen Bank of Clewiston testified that, the taxes This case is set for another grade, twentytwo.Prof. .
l wholesaling these products to more: different state and federal agenciesare check In question was deposited In trial October 12. No date has been Turk' states that the first

1)" than 1200 Individual merchants II now at work In the county his bank September 6. 1938 (it was set for trial on the auto tag mis- I thirty minutes each morning will
:t.: (Continued on Page 8), -, which has 1448 farms (Continued on Page 8) appropriation count. {Continued! on page four),


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HIDDEN OGRE 'Tis the Head Not Heart d

Does the Tax Collector Lurk: That Wags the Tongue

Totalitarian Combination

New Beside Your Breakfast Table? In recognition of some service
Chief Washakie of the Shoshone
May: Spell Doom of Empires; I Indians had rendered, General

Grant sent him a beautiful silver-
mounted saddle. It was presented -

Stalin Acts as StringPullerEDITOR'S I ) $$* ( flpj ItIt&il i'Uk )" with troops_drawn up and a
grandiloquent speech by commanding -
are expressed in these columns, they officer. ,
( NOTE-When opinions When Washakie asked if he
and not necessarily of, this newspaper.) was
are those of the news analyst Union.________ ____ I 4 : .: wished to reply, he shook his head
.________ ____Released by Western Newspaper negatively.
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"What!" shouted the colonel,

II1M "after all you heard you have
Baltic Sea .M1wi: &. ,,,. Ik hothirfgto: say?" '
TO POLAND IN The Indian answered:' "White

man feels witfrhishead; his head
has tongue. Indian feels with hi?

heart; heart ,no .tongue."

Surfbird's Nest

For nearly 150 ,years, since the
\' I surfbird was first' given its scien-
A 1w
> tific name, its nest and eggs remained -

p//' FROM RUSSIA TO / I Iwv.WM unknown. On May 28,

POlAND RY TREATY ______ '1926; the: first and only nest of
OF _ _
# this rare bird was discovered and

__ __ { recorded by Joseph Dixon and
k GA1ICIA. RUSSAN OF CONffNI BYI 1 George Wright. The nest was lo-

I TTON RETW EN REICH AND SOVIET 'cated on a barren, rocky ridge,
P 1,000 feet'above' the timber ine

TERRITORY LOST ,' ___ __ _____ I above Savage River Canyon,
POLAND P1 I19. _ ? Alaska.
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___ __ What's this about hidden taxes? Do they really take a healthy slice Pull the Trigger on

I /o/)4 ___ out of your family income? Analysts of the, National Consumers Tax

I I IlL I ; commission, who keep records of taxes in every state of the Union, Lazy Bowels and RlsoPepsinize

_ _ TERRITORY LOST BY AUSTRO- ___ claim the hidden levy takes from the family's budget each
__ __ _HUNGARIAN EMPIRE (NOW average
GERMAN) TO POLAND-1959. ________________________ "! t'nr flit> t>nJl ,Jnlt>nt ,j 578 Stomach !
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loaves of bread or 165 poundsof
When constipation brings on acid indigestion -
: butter or 144 dozen eggs ,4/ ,bloating. dizzy spells. gas, coated
tongue sour taste, and bad breath your
156 bacon.
or pounds of Of
PAST PRESENT, FUTURE (?) stomach is probably loaded up with certain -
I an average $495.13 spent an- undigested food and your bowels don't
Territory taken by Poland from Lithuania (and previously by Lithuania from nually for food, each familyis move. So you need both Pepsin to help
Russia) together with land lost to Polandat the, treaty of Riga, is the Soviet's first break up fast that rich undigested food in
Ukrainians and White Russians. Germany will said to pay $35.15 in hid your stomach.and Laxative Senna to pull
military objective in "protecting" Austro- 'den On national the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be
all Polish land formerly belonging to herself and to taxes. a average -
probably take sure your laxative also contains Pepsin.
Hungarian empire. Eastern Galicia, populated by Ukrainians, yet a part of the here's what the above Take Dr. Caldwell's Laxative,because its j
Austro-Hungarian empire and highly coveted by Germany, has a problematical future. ,breakfast is taxed: Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won-
derful stomach-relief, while the Laxative
Area in white may remain a Polish state.,
Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the
Italy) are also far flung. While the i 41 power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
/ ) undigested protein food which linuer
THE WAR: '' '
harried allies had their hands full ,
\4 in your stomach,to cause belching gastric
Diplomatic Front keeping mighty Germany at bay be- acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-
hind her invulnerable West wall, I Above: Cost of toast is izing your stomach helps relieve it of such
Thoroughly vindicated this monthare these things might happen: raised 6.4 per cent by 53 hid distress..At the same time this medicine
the astute international observers I" wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
called Russia's Josef Japan. Under German coaxing, 1 '> lden taxes-II federal, 42 state bowels to relieve your constipation.So see
who have Dictator Stalin might withdraw his and local The juice at how much better you feel by taking the ..;
of Eu- 2 orange
Stalin the shrewdest diplomat laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
rope, shrewder even than Germa- support of China's long-suffering the left costs the average that stomach discomfort. too. Even fin-
Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shck, thus children love to taste this pleasant
ny's Adolf Hitler who begged and family $14.74 a year, including icky
laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Lax-
won Russia's friendship a few weeks I' paving the"way for immediate Meanwhilethe completion 'I,:4 the tax collector's $1.25ti family ative-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your
ago. Like a remote control operator of Japan's war. squeeze druggist today I
who needs only to punch buttons, maze of European concessionsand \
Dictator Stalin sat in his Kremlin settlements in China could be -J,
wiped out because western nationsare Pleasure a Reflex
diplomatic \ '
and manipulated
palace too busy at home to complain. Pleasure is the reflex of unimpeded tr.
like one- 4t4
machinery that responded
5,. / Sir William Ham-
,, energy-
two-three clockwork in a sequenceof Russia.,, With 600,000 men concen- 'c4; 4c "' ,;/- .
events ,that 'sped westward from trated on the Afghanistan border, '

Tokyo to Paris and London:' the Soviet could use this nation as a
Truce. For five years stubborn jumping off place in her campaignto Put Just nostril 2 drops".laeach for quick
undeclared in- establish rule over India. Mean- L: relief from Spring
Japan has fought .
. while the Kremlin's threat is luring head cold discomforts.
formal war with Russia in the vast PENETRO NOSE
from her alliance pos
wastelands of Manchukuo and Outer Turkey away
Mongolia. Ambitious elsewhere, with Britain and France.

Dictator Stalin .was not'free to meddle Germany. Between them the 1" Source of PleasureA

in European Reich and Soviet must divide Po babe in a house is a well-
politics land. If Germany takes only her spring of pleasure.-Tupper.
or peck pre-World war territory (See Map)
attheBritishempire and Russia takes only the land Poland EM
so took by force in 1919-20, a buffer -

long as Japan state would still remain betweenthe strained eyes
remaineda two powers-provided a settle- Jf
air4 quickly recover their strength
nuisance.But ment can be reached in southeastern treated with Leonardi's Golden.

one upshot Poland. Eye Lotion. Blood-shot,inflammation
of the Italy. Shattered was the popular and soreness are relievedIn
one day.Cools, heals and strength-
recent Russ- belief that Italy would not only stay -w- ens. LEONARDI'S

Germannonaggression. ,,,., ,-- I neutral, but might even come to the On bacon there are 48 taxes (30 federal, GOLDEN EYE LOTION
MOLOTOV allies' side. Observers still expected 18 state and local) boosting the, cost 3.9 centsa MAKES WEAK EYES STRONGNew

pact was a' Eyes'turned west. l Benito Mussolini to promulgatea pound. Of $20 spent annually for table Large Size with Dropper 50 cents
more thor- peace conference any day, but collector. So B.LeonardI&Co.Inc.,New Rochelle,N.T.
of world totalitarianism. eggs, about $1 goes to the tax
ough welding they also knew he had an ulterior

Germany, already allied with motive. Italy wants the French- -

Japan, intervened to start conversant Italian port of'Djibouti, entrance to There to Stay
tions between Soviet Premier Via- Italian Ethiopia, made a free port; ; What's bred in the bone will

r k'cheslav Molotov and, Japan's am- she wants control, of the Djibouti- & .c never out of the flesh.Grandmotherknewtoo.
I bassador to Moscow, Shigeribri To- ,Addis Ababa railroad; she, wants a "

i go. Result: A Jap-Soviet truce. ....,,..
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freed Russia : "" !
Conquest. Thus TRITY .r- ; :
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turned westward. German troops
already occupied half of Poland, Do you realize that as far back

whose defense was collapsing rap as your Grandmother could prob-
idly. While Dictator Stalin ran the ably'remember, WiAtersmith's has
show from behind, scenes, Premier & &_ /s been one of the South's best-known
Molotov sent his troops, tanks and J tonics for Malaria and for uso as

planes wheeling across the frontierto a General Tonic. For over 70 years,
"take under their protection"about J. millions of people can't be wrong!
11,000,000 Ukrainians and \ There are 46 taxes on a pound of sugar (29 federal, 17 state and TRY. a bottle and see for yourself!

White Russians in eastern and local). Average family uses 71 pounds a' year, pays $2.70 in hidden '
southern Poland. taxes. Tax collectors swallow 18 per cent of the sugar cost, or one of WNTERSMITH'S
Result. Some observers believed 4'
1 every five and one-half pounds.
70 German divisions used against
Poland were rushed to the western TONIC

front, where silence still masked 1
hostilities in the Saar basin. But -
both France and Britain knew their t ) \PI& '

job was becoming more formidable k'i
hourly as the Nazi juggernaut be- ;IlrJ I
11 ,
unleashing its full strength. '
gan 1 : : I4.: \ '
.. $
Questions, Forecasts 4 \47 I2
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Unnoticed in this ghastly and I 7
growing conflict were the fate and TROOPS IN WEST WALL

fortunes of men-at-arms. Britain While allies had their hands'fufl .
had lost 22 ships including the vet- '
carrier voice in administering the -": % Y. $ j'
eran airplane Courageous.Three major :::;;r;' RHEUrviATiSM-S!
hundred thousand men foughtin Suez canal; she wants other con- >>:' \ ,
which the allies denied her ..,,
the Saar, with thousands more on cessions "" -- '

the way. after the World war. On coffee costing 23 cents a
F=- = =
But men were merely pawns in Choice. The four totalitarian nations 3.3 cents to hidden
pound, goes
the game of war. While they died, might decide to strike first and Cream; and milk: GOOD MERCHANDISE
their leaders fretted over a future I talk peace later. Or they may poise taxes. $4.15 -
which may make today's holocaust their threats and then sue'. Whichever Of $59.89 spent annually, ,-Ai

mild by comparison. Nations with course. they take, Britain and goes the same way. Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised ,

far-flung territories (France and France are on the spot; never in ADVERTISED GOODS OWEEKLY
Britain) suffer most when their enemies modern history have their empires )' BUY

(Japan, Russia, Germany and been so completely threatened. ',.-, co '



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IMPROVED I ASK MEA, Quiz With Answers
.1"". Household Offering Information
SUNDAY I ANOTHER r on Various Subjects

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I II By Dean HAROLD of The L Moody. LUNDQU1ST.Bible Instituteof D. 1). The Questions many states but flows through

Chicago. 1. iWhat is the country of the only twoo Which are they?
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
H Lamas? Of the llamas? 7. In how many states. can. mat-
ter exist?'I-
2. With what controversial
for October ques-I
Lesson 1 tion did the Missouri compromise ,
deal?' The Answers :

a Lesson subjects' and Scripture texts selected 3. What famous street in New 1. Tibet Peru.
and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil
of Religious Education: used by York begins at a cemetery and 2. Slavery.
permission. ends at a river? 3. Wall street.

4. What is meant by "absolute 4. That point of temperaturewhen
zero' ? a body has no heat.
LESSON TEXT-Matthew 21323. 5. With what state did Ohio 5. Michigan.
GOLDEN TEXT-And they shall call his come near war over a boundary 6. Minnesota and Louisiana.
name Emmanuel which being interpretedIs.
God with us.-Matthew 1:23. question? 7. Three: solid, liquid, and gas-
;: J4 6. The Mississippi separateswwwww eous.
5 Looking forward to an experiencein

ox life which promises to be both interesting -

and profitable always

)Y brings a glow of expectation. Some- By I

thing of that spirit should pervadethe HOW to SEW RUTH,WYETH

Bible schools of ,our land as SPEARS

they begin a six-months study'in'the
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Gospel of Matthew.

Consideration of our Lord's life e I RAISE SEAT WITH so that it would raise the seat

properly starts with the story of His .. ) I A CUSHION which had been lowered by removing -
birth, but we reserve that for our REMOVE the rockers. Cotton bastedto

Christmas lesson. Today we stress t PROJECTIONS muslin could have been used
the manner in which the Child Jesus ACROSS TOP for the back padding and a cotton

z :3 N was received into the world. substitute for the cushion filling.

Men then as now, were either for The new sewing book by' Mrs.
DON'T THESE LOOK AWFUL GOOD? Him or against Him. God had only Spears contains 32 other useful
(Recipes Below.) one attitude, that of loving protec-i BACK BEFORE homemaking ideas, with all di-
tion and of His Son, for MAKING
I freezing unit. After mixture is about preparation suP /' rections clearly illustrated. You
I half frozen remove from refrigerator. His ministry.I. covEa will be delighted with it. The

Scrape mixture from sides and Christ in the World of Men. price, is only 10 cents postpaid.

bottom of pan. Beat until smooth The world of today is far differ- Enclose coin, with name and, ad-

! i but not until melted. Smooth out ent from that of the, first century, ROCKERS SAW OCG dress, to Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-

and replace in freezing unit until but the difference is all on the out- I plaines St., Chicago, Ill., and book
frozen for serving. Serves 6. side. Almost breath taking have THERE were rocking chairs will come to you by return mail.

A Chocolate Sauce for Ice Cream. been the developments of modern hanging from the ceiling of a
civilization, but these have not certain second-hand furniture
2 squares unsweetened butter chocolate changed 'the heart of man. He still store. "Nobody wants them any Strange FactsBeggars'
2 tablespoons
fears and hates and fights and sins. more," mourned the dealer. "I'd
% cup boiling water His attitude toward Christ is un- sell any one you see for 50 cents."

5 2 tablespoons white corn syrup qi: anged. There are still .only: two The little bride with me promptly Paradise I

1 cups teaspoon'sugar vanilla classes of people in the worldthosewho chose one. Perhaps she would Too Lazy to Breathe

% teaspoon salt have received Christ and are paint it for the'porch, but I should Judas Left Out
saved, and those who have,rejected have known better.
Melt chocolate and butter and add
Him and are'lost. What she actually did is shown Among the Arabs of Africa and
hot water gradually. Bring to a '
1.. Against Christ.I here in'the sketch. The result was Near Eastern countries, the gratu-
boil, add corn syrup and sugar, and How do men show their, rejectionof the small but comfortable, mod- ity or tip, called "baksheesh,"
low flame for 5 minutes.
cook '
over God's Son? Just as they did at ern looking.chair at the upper left. goes to the poorer man whether
add vanilla and salt.
Cool slightly, His birth, by: a. Fear. ,Herod. was The bride raided mother's attic he renders a service to you or you

Gingerbread Waffles. afraid lest the coming of this one for two things that went into the render a service to him. Even if

(Serves 6) should result ;in the loss of his ill- making of this chair. One was an you save a man from drowning,

1 cup molasses gotten gains. His anger and fear old quilt 'that she used to pad the he will demand his "baksheesh"if

% cup butter made ,all Jerusalem afraid. b. In- back. The other was feathers you appear to be in better cir

) 1 teaspoon soda difference. When the Wise Men from an old bolster which were. cumstances.

Vz cup sour milk asked where Christ was to be' born, used to stuff a seat cushion tightly *
1 egg (beaten) the priests and scribes knew exactly One of the most lethargic animals -

2 cups cake flour where to find the facts in the Holy in existence is the tuatara,

2 teaspoons ginger Scriptures, but having done so, they Peaceful War Sphenodon punctatum, a two-foot,

Vz teaspoon salt relapsed into utter indifference. Ever hear of a peaceful war? lizardlike reptile of New Zealand.

tv ; Heat molasses and butter to boil. They had no' interest in the fulfill- There's one in West Virginia now. Not only does it rarely move, but

; ing point. Re- ment of the prophecy c. Hatred. For "War" is the name of a com- it breathes so slowly that, usually,
move from fire Herod poured out the violence of his munity of 1,500 people in the state. the creature appears to be lifeless.

and beat in the heart by killing the first-born. He Until quite recently War also had Those in captivity have been

soda. Add sour *t was the first of many who have raged the distinction of being the larg- known to stop breathing for more

milk, beaten egg, : against the Christ in futile anger.d. est town in the country without than an hour at a time.
and the flour Sorrow. The tears of the mothersof telephone service. But that distinction *

which has been Jerusalem but foreshadowed the exists no more. Now you A number of Christian altars in

sifted with the ginger and salt. Mix weeping and wailing which charac- can "go to War" by telephonefrom various 'parts of the world do not

well. Bake in hot waffle iron. Serve terizes Christ-rejection both in time any of the other 70,000 com- include the figure of Judas in the

with whipped cream and a dash of and eternity. munities in the United States statuary of Christ and His disci-

nutmeg. 2. For Christ. which have phones. ples.-Collier's. %
Thanks be to God, there were
Honey Spice
those in that day who were for Christ
% cup shortening and, like those who follow Him today -

%% cup cup granulated strained honey sugar have they marveled showed: a.that Spirituality.Men the Magi. Whatever price you pay per pack, it's important to

2 eggs knew of the birth of Christ. They remember this fact: By burning 25% slower than the
3 cake flour
2 cups must have studied the prophecies of average of the 15 other of the largest-selling brands tested-
teaspoons baking powder
Word and been
the the
Vz teaspoon soda responsive to slower than any of them CAMELS give a smoking plus equal to
teaching and moving of the Holy
Vz salt
; Spirit. Can we, say as much for
1% teaspoons cinnamon ourselves? b. Interest. Not contentto

JI"I ,Vz teaspoon teaspoon nutmeg cloves know and to marvel, they shamedthe EXTRA SMOKES. {,?
priests'of Israel by their
Vz cup nut meats (broken) per- 5
sistent interest in this great thing
1 cup buttermilk
which, had to Love.
1 teaspoon vanilla extract come pass. c. PER PACK
t They brought themselves in worshipand
I \ \ Cream shortening. Add sugar and they brought rich gifts from
beat Add
I thoroughly. honey. Sep- I their treasures. You can give with-
arate eggs, beat yolks and add to out loving, but you cannot love with- :. YES, there's not only extra plea-
mixture. Mix and sift all dry .in- : in Camel's costlier tobaccos -
out giving d. Action. They came.
gredients. Add % cup of dry ingredients They 'persisted until they found the k' ,but extra smoking,too,because
to nuts and add to cake Camels are long-burning. Recent
Christ. Then they listened to God
of 16 of
mixture. Add remaining dry ingre- a impartial laboratory tests
and protected His Son by not
returning brands confirm
dients alternately with buttermilkand the largest-selling
:: to Herod.II. .
burning quality of
vanilla, beating between each ) the superior
addition. Beat egg whites until stiff. Christ in God's World. :...;;.' ;' w" America's favorite cigarette. Hereis
Fold into mixture. Place in well- Men had brought sin and ruin into a summary of the scientific tatE

greased loaf pan. Bake in moderateoven 'the world. They had rejected ,His findings:

(350 degrees) for 45-50 minutes. Son, but God still ruled and we see f CAMELS were found to contain
Him protecting, preparing, and ful- ry 1 MORE TOBACCO BY

Send for 'Better Baking.' filling prophecy through His Son. WEIGHT than the average for the

Feathery cakes, tender, delicious 1. Protecting. Men may hate and ', 15 other of the largest-selling
seek to destroy God's Son. Satan
pastry, and biscuits that melt in r brands.
I i your mouth-Eleanor Howe gives may inspire them with ingenuity and CAMELS BURNED SLOWERTNANANYOTHERBRAND
you tested recipes for all of thesein cunning, but see how the Eternal 2

her cookbook, "Better Baking." One speaks to Joseph in dreams, TESTED-25,SLOWER THAN

To get your copy now, send 10 centsin how He prepares a place of refugein ..c : THE AVERAGE TIME OF THE
coin tp "Better Baking," care of Egypt and ultimately in Naza- 15 OTHER OF THE LARGEST-
Eleanor Howe 919 North reth, where the boy Jesus may increase -
Michigan SELLING BRANDS! By burning
_ _
in wisdom and stature and
Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.Is 25 c slower,on the average,Camels
favor with God and man. UKE give smokers the equivalent of 5"
2. Preparing. God knows of the CJ EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK!
Making Good Pie a Problem? days of public ministry which are A M1.t NG CAMELS
I In this column next week Elea- ahead and above all, of that day N GA 3 In the same tests, FAR
nor Howe will give you her se- when on Golgotha's hill Christ was, i LONGER than the time
I crets for making tender, flaky in His own body, to prepare salva- brands.
for all the other
\ pastry that literally melts in your tion for you and for me. God is not
I mouth. You'll find recipes for taken by surprise. He moves for- Camel's long burning costlier tobaccos..
pies, too-double crust ward to the completion of His plan ': also give you cooler, milder smoking.
pies, fluffy topped off with a superb aroma and deli.
I \ chiffon pies, and dainty tarts. with the stately tread of eternity. ., I.N cate taste that have no equal. Get smoking
i 3. Fulfilling. God also sees to it r pleasure at its best and more of it
r the quality cigarette
I Released by Western Newspaper Union.) that prophecy is fulfilled. We readin ':t every per pack smoker in Camels can afford.Penny for penny
: verses 15 and 23, "that it mightbe Camels axe your best cigarette buy '

Silver Brush fulfilled" and in verse 17, "then

l A small soft brush costing about was fulfilled." God's Word is alwayssure .

j I J 10 cents is very helpful in cleaning for He makes it so. His infinite >. .? : : : <;-
'i .: ., f
I'' \ embossed silverware. The brush I and eternal faithfulness guar- : .:. "' '
I gets into the corners. After use, antees the fulfillment of every proph- :.' ,' :. : t
:;. . . ... .
wash the brush in warm water and ecy, yes, and of every promise of ; ,
dry it before storing. His Holy Word.

PAGE: FOUR THE? CLWtvtS1'ON T'iIV i 1t117AY SEPTEMBER: 20, 1030

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The Clewiston News 10:30. -j I Everyone urged to attend. Is Your Subscription Paid? Subscription $2.00 Per Year
Confessions are heard every Sat- Sunday School teachers and officers .

urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 meeting. 7:30 Wednesday -....-! :;;

I'ubltshed every Friday In Clewls'ton. and before all the Masses. i night. --;:".-:,,-.... Y' /-;..t...=.-_-''''''-1 ''=.Io..Itr!Z :I--.(.;%;.pVR'o'l"'M";-. '.&;,r.ii.:.n.. :ii.rU -J'Jr._'. ,''.,_. :<:.,j .
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Florida, by the CLEWISTON NJ \.VS'I I Week-day Mass every' morning' at Regular monthly business meetingof ;;;;: =- ._

luo.'i 4 7:30.. the church Wednesday night af-

KEATIILI3Y: ..nO"'I)1.dlCor: i Devotions in honor of Lady I ter prayer. service. WANTED A
I of Perpetual Help are conducted, 1\ dd

Friday ,evenings at 8 o'clock, followed I _
Entered us second class mall matte the FOR MODERN PLUMBING
of Most
February 1.,.1J>27- at tho Post Office In by Benediction f. '
CIe vIston. Florida, under the Act ,.' Blessed riacrarnent. See Jz. fewed f Streamlined 7i
March 3. 1897.Subscription. cCASH
Religious Instruction Class for

children Saturday morning' at nine Plumbing and Heating $650 in
o ante $2.00 Per Vcnr.Aflrcrtlnlng here in Clewiston, and after Sunday clmlt ApnrlmentMCIcvtlHtoii. PRiZES

Rntvn On Appllcntlon. Mass in Pahokee. 'I Florliln America's newest and smartest streamlined train will
The Mass schedule of Pahokee isl I DAILY between New York and Miami operating 21;
hours or less on or about December wilbfopcrated
10:30 Sunday, excepting the 11939. It
Devoted to the advancement and welfare every the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad by
of the month, when and the Florida Eat Coast RailTva"
of Clewiston and Ilendry County. last Sunday I J.M. COUSE in connection with the Pennsylvania Richmond'
--'-' Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub- and the ,
I lic, regardless of religious belief, t '"III"'lur and AUoim nt Law Florida Season, beginning Potomac in Railroad.December Now, in advance of the
NO TRESPASSING, I is always welcome in this church. I Hopkins Building11ednestlals this new Streamliner. a name is wanted for

I Here is a contest 80 streamlined,"
and minutes itself that even a. child may v'ln. A tr.
Saturdays time-a v
Authorities not unmindful of fitting mime-and n brief
are ecplanotlon of
ycur BUt'estion.
I l Literary style That'all -
I DJO to ,4:00 doesn't' count Jt'9 easy, simple, and quick. Get bus
the fact that young boys have, for CLKWISTON COMMUNITY Enter you: sugEcstion and mail it today. :! now.

some time, been cutting cabbage CHURCH I
With These /fe'fefc
Royal Palm Avenue It's Easy To Win!
palm trees from the ridge and taking I I I I II

the heart out for eating. This j I I Forest' C. Taylor Minister I Johnson's Fish CampNear 'c'Amrrlca'luzurlous, newrt.alnlrn. and 8leelMrconditioned Imartr Etrt': mUnel'. dining eRr with lo<7-nreert! rnpnK Alert attrmlanu -
each dlstinctlrely decorated. The to n-.pnml to your personal wh 1.eoln .
despite the fact that the ridge is a i Morning worship and sermon by I reserrrd-m tort oC large rccllnll" \llleall-all i com- l ington>le t'I'Elpctrlc) for smooth locorootlrn South of Wash
prTonl o rcTowdln speed. New-rccord run
posted area and anyone caught trespassing the minister at eleven o'clock next ( l'lul'r Cane Gate) ous .dressili/t rooms smoking lo( Commodl-nJeJ. hot ning Miami.time The 25 houn or len New York anj
and cold water "Hsuro llomc>" protection of automatic iUnolj'
will be subject to prosecu- Sunday. I Olewi&ton, Fin. 1 proof'ulI-T UK ew wlndo-yj U"S' !! for jcinlc v'.slblllty.!> convenience Gluert'lck and train Imlls.ifd control route ores between the only New douhle York trar and*,

tion. Sunday School every Sunday at :Boats and Motvs-Guide Service radio leeIl. Ohscrvatlon-TarcrnIIuRrtforcarresUul :liUml. Low coach fare*.
Rates Reasonable recreational parposci. Club-llko
But officials have been hopeful 9:45.Dr.: I
J.V.. Ezelle is acting .super-// W. H. Johnson, Mgr.. FEW SIMPLE! Rue S
that the depredations would cease intendent 'in the absence of {JUST FOLLOW THESE
and there would be no necessity for forthis train or not) and the mo.t 'f;
C. Flanniken. 'I (I. Suggest a name) Use the ... reason for wch naroe, will .
drastic action. However effortis ins entry rorra. Including not more than : proNJ; 5e ld. Thlrt land oathsNo
every The Christian Endeavor Society words explaining reasons for your suKKCsUon. ; I will bclaw.e. 1n r
being made by: the city to make meets Monday evening at 7:30. I in"1" 'II suggested for that name name will are bo Included.considered Only unlessreasons ono .xel'lIl'lIclI of, the reasons cd Iy the for Jud.res.the name and enename subY-
the palms grow and immediate The Sunday School will observe k may lio submitted by any ono person orsntapet: tmthe name
yOu nodIOW :Conte5t U fiHS:
Do 2. Adclr"S communications ln ouhtcd by the First Prize r
steps will be taken to insure protec- Sunday, October 8 as "Rally Day". Judaea: Aclantle Coast Line Railroad and 44th tho a. tie for any prIze olTered. a t r ll to each
tion. It is hoped that a warningwill Preparations are being made to eaf It Florida treet. East Coast City.R.\l1way.All entries 16 :East must ho with that comeHtant.tied for All willawarded decision of the JudSMvrlll
be all that is but '' Nt'Jeork postmark prior to midnight be Anal
make this a great day in every re- 10, 11939. submitted
TUCl October and juizueaUons:
4 names
further cutting of trees will be fol- spect. Every member is urged to be to 3.a"TW --eight prizes will be awarded: become the property of the Atlantic Coast
would ............$300.00 Lino Railroad and Florida Bart ('oast 11.311-
lowed by arrests and the penalties Flat Prize
plan to be present and visitors will I Prize .......... 150.00"t way. and may be used by them IndiTlduallYSecond
provided by law. be cordially welcome. A program or Third' .. 7500 or jointlY.
build of communications
Vs'.uo'eacn.. 125"00. 5. No icknowlcdumr-nts or
Youngsters with guns have also appropriate to the occasion is be- buy, 25 Grand:Prizes Total! ...........$G5O:00: will will tc bo made.The awarded. by horcns er
become rather careless in violatingthe ing arranged. a person! who In the opinion of' he whether Contest 1. 193D.:6.:Prizes
refinance submits the best namo
city ordinance against the discharge I' JOHN GRADY NIBLACK I Judgca. --------,

of firearms within! the city; A very interesting and impressivepart wiH, iLANK-Alltthln iltllu9_ I k kI
limits and a number of cases have I of the services in the Community home 17ENTRY I : S l

been reported of promiscuous ,shoot- Church last Sunday 'morning, I ? Atlantic Coast Line Railroad II I
Ing of small caliber rifles in some was the baptism of John Grady Qz plan I To The CONTEST JUDGES iSX!. 1& East 44th Street New York :
I East Coast ,
I and fhe Florida
sections. Niblack, the recently adopted son 'I

'A .22 caliber rifle is not a play- of Mr. and Mrs., J. G. Niblack. Spec- J '' I.I suggest tho name....._.._._.,._._-........._...?.._..............for the following reasons\'

thing, ; it is a dangerous weapon ial music for the occasion was fur- ( DETAILS GIVEN... I'..................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ......................,
and steps will be taken} at once to nished by' the choir. After the ceremony WITH NO OBLIGATIONs I. ...................\ ,.

The serious put,'a city to stop injury is some to developing, or this innocent death shooting results rapidly bystander.before, possibly and :''I I I year"Jesus feature old a Loves Mary beautiful was Kay Me"the and Pafford by heart singing little, standing touching three of- Buying of a home \I.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::: ::=::::=::::=:::=: :::::::::::::::::=::: : .:'. : :: ::'.=::\t

beside the minister 11111111 your own is I ............................................................ ,
there is no section so isolated that I 11111111 the finest type ,I 11 a me................................................

such shooting is safe. ......................................... ...... I
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH afthriftClewiston '" 1\ Address..................................................... .

ecute The,children city does and not it wish is regrettable to pros- f "The Friendly Church" I [I *V"-'9..............................:.._....._......_..........._Sfafe_......===::::.At..J, ,

Federal ., '
that the L--- ."v. < -t>:'
ordinances do not .go so ,' Rev. H. G. McLeroy, pastor. S", <, I.-.'"" :;;'0, .<' '", (iM.?i : f. t '. f.
far to ""' i.
as permit the: prosecution of l
Corner Ventura and Central Avenues
those parents who permit the chil- Services Every Sunday: Savings and LoanAssociation' -
dren to violate the laws. It can
Sunday School at 9:45. a. m. B.
be hoped that past yiolations were
J. Herring, 'Sup .
unintentional and that there will be Morning Worship 11 a. m. Ser- .I
no necessity for drastic
action. mon by the pastor. -

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Evening preaching at 8 p. m. Sermon .f-_ .:. '.';.
(Continued From Page 1) by the pastor. "< :s: yfy
rbe. known .. .
as the home "
room period
Midweek service every Wednesday ; ,, .yy.z"
'lasting !from 8:15 to 8:45. Each .. .:.
evening at 8 p. m. :::.:. .. 'z'
room will take care of the Bible W. M. S. each 2nd and 4th Tuesday .i.:'i.. ;':. :; .z"...
:reading and ... ENJOY AN 't.z.f
usual opening exer- at 3:30 at the church, Mrs. A :!:.; ) ;, :zz:
cises at this time and the remainderof "
R. Broadfoot, president.The .i' "
other the work.period will be devoted to public is cordially' invited to I :.: ;'; ;!. I ; : : ::1:1:::.
Teachers have been instructed f' :
attend all services. :::: ALL ELECTRIC '.
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to give some of this time :_: -.'
Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock + .
for instruction in spelling and pen- the regular monthly meeting of the :::::!: .; : : .**

manship. Tuesdays and Thursdays board of deacons will be held at .;.-':. iI .. :"z'y
'the period will be an activity HOME ..
per- the; church. _:::,'.
iod for the organization of clubs, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock I .;O',:. .yA.z..z.y .
class meetings, play organizations, the executive committee of the W.: :!::
etc. ,The principal I .I. ;'
states that this M. U. will meet at the home oC'it;< AIV .z"
'period, will, he feels, do much to Mrs. Broadfoot. :!:: yfi

contact promote between a closer feeling the of personal Monday afternoon at 3:30 Sunbeam .i":i: Q is that :!::!:
teacher and meeting at the church. :!::: Electricity the modern servant; a servant '

(the pupil and permit the teacher Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 Girls .it<:: ::_::_:
to give more individual instruction. ::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the
!Auxiliary meeting at the church. _
The W. M. U. will observe their :s:::!: home and one that 'will do everything quickly, efficiently : :!.:
season of prayer for State Missions ;
CHURCHRev. ,;. and economically. :zz:
on Monday and Tuesday: mornings X:::
Lawrence J. .. s fA
Flynn, Pastor '
from 9 to 10 at the church and on ;

Mass each Sunday morning a Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. Thisservice :s::: : P One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :!:::

S .o'clock, excepting the ]last sun- I will be combined with the :::: : give two 'hours of safe reading light ::::!:
day of the month when the time is](Usual mid-week prayer service.r ;?.. your eyes

''t':". : your radio for mos't of a day-ELECTRICITY is : :::

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I 1: SIGNIFICANCEDoes :f : that, is all electric and modern. ::::;:

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:: it mean anything to you that lots :::; y y

:;: are $100 higher today than a year ago? ::i!::: ::::::::j_f: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV:2:=:::

; That resales at today's prices soon will be :.s.;: ::::j::c yy yy yy

1i .'. :: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ::::;:

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; ]>1ISS BiETTY SPICER HOSTESS home management supervisor: for I and Mrs. J. H. Maddox of 'Wau- 'of the Florida Association of Judges,

|AT SATURDAY NIGHT PARTY the farm security ,administration of chula. He Is a graduate of Wau-

c; [ '/ this district In ForUMyexs.. j'chula Ij. High school and the University the Elk's' Club and. other organi- I

N r Personals ]. I Ja Miss party Betty Saturday Spicer evening.was hostess Guests at Mr. Maddox is the son of Mr. !' Of Florida and is a member zations.

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la I i were invited to come in sport clo- -

.. .thes and were taken into the laundry -

building where a large space
I I Mrs. R. R. Hooks was a business
t was cleared for games. Cootie,
I visitor( in LaBelle Thursday.
I hearts, rummy. and other games
I were enjoyed during the evening.
f : W. F. Simpson made a business
I Hamburgers,. prepared by the
trip to Jacksonville this week.
guests, coffee and cookies were the
, f refreshments.The .

Misses Frances and Miriam Ad- guests included Mr. and Mrs. NOW

kins of Moore Haven were business I'Arthur W. Lawrence, Misses Audrey -

visitors here Tuesday. McLaughlin, Billie Hooker,

'- I Christine Bell, and Florine Moore. i iI

R. J. Lee was a business visitorIn i!I Leroy Hare, George Crow, Bill

Jacksonville the' first of the Hooks, Ed Clark: Pete Wells and I

week. I Sandy Bell.

Jry it i, y I It
A j,_
I r A1y I
Mr. and Mrs. John Elmore and MRS. NOWLING ENTERTAINS \ I

Mrs. G. H. Small spent Sunday fish- I i BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs.

ing at St. James.

I I'I'I i Foy Durrence won an ivory Bringing You 4 i t t

Mr. and Mrs. George L. Royalare placque as high "score prize at the -'

parents of a baby boy, who was bridge club held with Mrs. R. C. Highest Quality-LOW PRICES! r $

born at the local hospital Tuesday. I Nowling as hostess Wednesday af-
Personal Service of local owner-man-.
i .ternoon. Low prize, a group of china agement.
Mrs. T. B.' Shelley and E. E. II figures went to Mrs. Glen Ether Low Monej-Sa\ing Prices. HOME OWNED ,
visitors in West Palm
: Kelly were tqn. Guaranteed
Satisfaction or money Operated
) Beach Tuesday. A salad course was served at the back on every item. By

-' conclusion of play. Easy: Terms ask about them. H. D. BRANY ON
Mr. and Mrs. I. Dir Pafford and Guests included Mrs. Durrence, Auto Supplies and PartsRadiosBikesHardwareHousehold -

daughter, Mary Kay, ;,were visitors Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. V. C. Sportingand

Monday in' Fort Myers. Woodward, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Outing Goods. Clewiston, Fla.

I Mrs. A. C. Carlton' Mrs. John El- Telephone 113 5 Bond StC17 .

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and I more, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. C. ; .r

Mr. and Mrs. 'W. H.. Lanier, were I'E. Nail and Mrs. 'J. L. Whitakerwho .

visitors in Fort Myers Saturday. came for tea.

I -
J. Irvin Davis of Albany and J.I MRS. HERRING .)ENTERTAINSFOR n. 'r';

M. McKay of Peoria, Ill., are spend- j I HER GRANDMOTHERMrs. ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'i ...- ,._- ---
ing several days: here, on business i 'J r FREE TUBE WITH EACH :* ElerfricIOQStor,
2-:2tI.;( ":'III :; DAVIS DeLUXE TIREGuaranteed ,
.' '.
this week.
B. E. Herring entertainedwith :
an Informal tea .and. birth- '; :':. ..
Mr.' and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and ,'day party Friday afternoon In honor waswitChy ':: ptilt : glCt

children, Bevoly and :Bettye Carol, of her grandmother, Mrs. J. D. '': '18 Monti :
i' '
returned Tuesday from a month's .: .,, c7u1
,'Bai rie, on her 84th birthday. a la r One of the nation' :!
stay In Jacksonville. ( Fruit salad and ,iced punch were '': ?t, a Flrst-Line Leaders yet 95c

S served by Mrs. Herring to the 44c :t_!. +i' priced.at; a big laving! .:: Guaranteed' _.

Miss Mary Louise Zander of Ca- guests. Mrs. Baigrie received .:; i The greater safety. ;.. .
many '
.'. } r 1''I'' i Li ; quality and long-lifa .is ::: XMX"XMXMXMXMXM! |
nal Point spent the week-end here 'lovely gifts from her friends. ......... .. 5 J clearly evident by the ''.
: : : : : : :..1... ..:..:..:..:..:..:..;. long-period .
Mrs. Wallace guerantea on
visiting her sister, The guests included Mrs. Baigrieand each tire. i Life-TImfOuality
Arey. her daughter, Mrs. A. B. Hunt FLASHLIGHTCELLS ;:; '; a :: Ibckef Knife

)''of LaBelle, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, .:: INk'' SIZE SIZE ) PRICE-- ( !:

Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence Mrs. J. J. Graham, Mrs. J. H. Full I I Standard :j: 4.50x20 $7.30 5.25x18. ?8.95 ::: Cutlery Steel

Miss Audrey McLaughlin and Pressley, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. size and ':, 4.50x21 7.55 5.50x17 9.80 !.
Leroy Hare were visitors. Saturdayin 'J.' G. Niblack and Johnny, Mrs. W. iUeixjthBICTCLE. >-j : 4.55x19 7.80 5.50x18 10.20

West Palm Beach. T. Wheeles, and Bernie Herring. 2 for 4 :!?:,: 'ii 5.00x19 5.25x17 8.40 8.65 6.00x16 5.50x19 11.05 10.55 ::::17c. tam

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mr. BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY 7c o" r"s''': TIRES MOUNTED FREE=EASY TERMS :.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn and Miss :' :.
/ :N:N 1.M N:N 1/N N:NIN:N:N:N:NIIi 1,::
Virginia Lawhon enjoyed a fishing

) trip at St. James Sunda}'. Mrs. Arch Hodges presented a BIKETIRES. ;:.z._: 1 AJnber Sa 8

program on the topics "The GreatCommission" '.
W. D. King, Parker Wilson and and W. M.- U. Chief 2-Pty NighPreswre :s: netrntes
7b1 non'skIQ ;ttread. .
I fog.
,- Munselle Stone enjoyed a. day of 'Aims" at the program meeting of .:, ,One of the most popular,econ. _. SleeWnO'rain. "
J fishing-off West ,Palm .,Beach Sun; /the ,Baptist- _Womans"Missionary"Society i z omy tires on the market today! ,'; '" etc.

day. held in the church Tuesday fir Full standard size and weight 1 ',f'e : l 55
$1.05 $ .
afternoon. 4 full plies-new dehydrated '} ;; ,-: .
( -
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. O'Steen and Y c3'1"
In the +
Taking part program were i super-spiral cords-neW non- i ; ,
:: .'
Miss Lorraine O'Steen spent Sunday Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs., E. :M. Cor- .s. skid tread'so longwearingthey I+ > =1'' : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .
here with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Now- 'hette, Mrs. Floyd Hanna, Mrs. V. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:"...:. are- .: _.

.( ling and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whit- 'C. Woodward,. Mrs. A. J. Roberson, .:. Guaranteed 1 Year! HI. 1 [ .Auto-Visor

1\ aker. 'Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Mrs. R. Ball- Bearinc. :!: .-. _.- .. \VANITYMIRROR

""C. Nowling, Mrs. Alex McGowan, :i:
Jimmy Hall returned this week 'Mrs. Herman Davis, Mrs. C. W. .:. 4.40\21 $3.65:: 5.00\19 ;$5.95 2 : F

from Atlanta where he has recently Simmons, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. W. B1KiI', ..::.. TIRESr, r ._: n
completed his first three month's 4.50x21:: $::i.Gj :5.25x18: :: : $G.95:: Mounted / ./ ieszo
j'T. Wheeles, Miss Pauline McMillan. >t 'i' !a ,
student at Tech '.'
period as a Georgia FREEEASY
Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot presided at : 4.75\19:: :$::i.9j :5.50x17: :: : $7.50
under the :: 33c Plats
co-operative plan. BigRubber I :
the meeting and announced plans TreadS Ed 32c .;, ..:. Glass1111NIINNIINNNN
for the installation of officers on .'. TERMS .

Dr: and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and ............... 3, . .. ..._.__ _. ................:..............: .. ..
Emma Jean Ezelle spent; the week- October 10th. It was 'decided to observe : : : : : : : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..1 .:'.'A;..;.'..:;=' ;IIINIINN, A,. A, A, A'A;.IINIIINNN A ;IIN, .1..:.1.....'....u..u.........n.n.......__.__. .. :- 1- 1 1 1 1 :..:.***

end in Fort Myers. They visited I October 2, 3, and 4, as Days ..':,': 45 PlateWIZARD :: .,39 PlateWIZARD.Speciai... :
'of Prayer, and suitable : GUQranetU-
programs .. :
Miss Ava Ezelle who underwent an ;: : DeLuxe :_: ;
vill be held on those days. i'i
".!: AUTO
appendectomy at the Fort. Myers Others present were Mrs. R. J. :::: \ ::, "r-

Hospital Friday. Blount, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs.B. .:. I''i',, yf si 6rpOn "i: BUSS J'{':

E. Herring, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, FENDE.RFIAP :'i' A .", :;.:. ':' Tail lamP :
Mr. and Mrs. W. H.., Lanier hadas ::: 6 :
'Mrs. L._ C. Miller, Mrs. M. C. Vow- I ._. :: ':: 1 OC'JPoIOU J: l

their guest over the weekendV. ell, Mrs. Sam Young, Mrs. Clarence -I 7 2, i ':' la\'i\P\ V
:: tec
: W. Chadwick of Tampa. Mr. '
Kruger, Mrs C. E. Nail, Mrs. :: NRq' S
:: :
Chadwick, who is a brotherinlawof : ; ': . . . .
'H. E. Walker, Miss Mae Lily Stone, .:' ';IIN:NNNNNNIINNNNNN'Photo :
1 1 1 1/ 1 1 1 1 1 1 : .:.
Mrs. Lanier, was recently trans- 1 1/ 1 1 1 1 1/INN.1 1 1' '.
Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs.. Fred Cato, 'i' ':
ferred the A. C. L. from '.' : :
by Ry. Mrs. J. L. Whitaker, Mrs. Dodge: -s ti .' : Gear
; Wilmington, N. C. to Tampa. 'Mrs. Minear, Mrs. A. D.- Dixon, Mrs.- TIRE- Boor: :: Guaranteed 2 years : Guaranteed 6 Mos.. .. ;: Shift Ball

Crawford and Mrs. Owens. 'q' :!: 6 more plates-25% more .:I' ::
Arthur .
King I fa
Wayne threeyearold rACgn
; An economl-i, ;:
-PLY :' -than standard :: Iv {
\ son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur I .It5'. 'i' equipment batten* .; cal battery for, ::: ,. J)) rc oiite
King, had his tonsils removed Friday Judge W. T. Maddox I :z: ; light use. 'it :,: jf moto
s' 66 hrs.
5$ imp. hr. ci- ; amp. ., '
in Lake Worth. Mrs.. King ac- 7c .z, deliver / :; capacity. De- $2.85 .:. .r
companied her son to Lake Worth Marries Oneco GirlA ..j.jY '' padtymp. for 20 $5,00 : livers 80 amps .:,: lIe
all minute for 20 mn.! .
and brought him home Saturday. :'

I He is recuperating nicely: ':":":":"1/"":":":":":":" :":":"i'.:.,. . .u..u.u.u.__....__.... ..__._.._.'_.'__'__'1rNN11NN 0::NH. .NN' .... .............................-.. N...f1N., :N,1..:..:..:..:..:...:- .:....:...:...:...:...:-..:...:...:...

marriage of much interest here sCOmpletk :
! Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Kim Kolstad was that of Miss 'Elizabeth Thompson 'i' New Streamlined Distributor

and Mrs. H. L. Sears were visitors daughter of Mr. and Mrs. GuyM. TUBS PATC 1 :tw : "PACEMAKER" i P01Nt5

Saturday in Miami. Miss Martha Thompson of Oneco and Judge Outfit ::: _.: CRnvlneTungstenCo
Sears, who spent last week here,. "QS ;i iTUPE ,'. taWn
T. Maddox of LaBelle which :. for
accompanied them and left by took place Sunday at the home of I 7e ara '.i'?' $21.95F884 .. (QU':04
Clyde-Mallory boat for her homein the bride's parents. 'i''z' '.:' .;' LAJOt.l
Fort Worth, Texas. I :
An altar was improvised on the : '.:.'' ,fflI t :. 9c

MRS. PALMER: HONORED lawn of palms, roses and fern be- .:' A super-value atj .:: .
:IINNN 1 1 1 :o(NNNNNMNNNK 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 \ l :.N/NNNII:IIN:NN11111:NNItlnlve
WITH BRiDAL;, SHOWERMiss fore which the couple took the :: jttbU low.price!, .
wedding vows, the Rev. T. W. Carl- ;
J Drop Forged.WrenchSet..- :: :> MotOTcycteJf !JnitiOI.
Mae Palmer entertained at ton performing the ceremony. The .. }ders{ .
her home Friday evening with a' bride was attended by Miss Helen .V;' t.J
e fOr
,,"tc f i sslsupt
miscellaneous bridal shower in Hawkins of Leesburg and the Mt1 ::: : /
"saddle. \W 1'AN'k\I :'
groom by Sydney Maddox of La- :.34. ., t Z
honor tlocksw'i
of Mrs.
Malley Palmer. .
: 1 .
l : ,
Games of bunco enjoyed Belle. ; : fcame; Light t i I:
were by .) lft. J
: :: vetghtlandFspeedy-yet
: t and :: .
I the guests. Miss Ruth Marshall was Following a reception which was .: )strong' t r .i
presented with a china fruit. bowl held after the ceremony the couple 45e.m: \: \._: durable. Well**balanced lfor.1(smooth, ;:: 'u,,: 84e
;r, as An high iced prize.course was served by the left interest for a In wedding Florida trip'and to will points returnto of ':":":":":":"1/"! ":":":":" :":".1:",:.';::.;:..:..:..:..:..easy:..:..:..riding.r:..:..;..;..;...;..;1...;..;1..;1..;1..;:..1;...;........;...1...1..........1/......1...1........1..1; .1...1/..........1..1.....1/......: ::':.../; 1. 1. 1. .. .1 :./N 1. ..N 1.N 1 N 1 N.1 ti 1 M-..M ..1NNIINIIN

I a1 hostess. LaBelle to make their home :: irr "FullSte* :;: 'WiZARD :i'

\ The guest list Included Miss Mar- where Mr. Maddox is county judge 1601.Dr P-fQrogd :;: :_: Spark Plugs ;: Clean Cutting Steel I It'
: shall, Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs. of Hendry county. .! HAMMER :::: SGNITIONPhttJAY.
Blanche Turner, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, I Mrs. Maddox, a native of Oneco, Hfd:yHdndJ '4 ::::: ;:=:: f GaaranteeatIQODOmies/' :;:.: .'Oo\EJIE
fres1elrvtfenvou fop'
Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. E. H. Hol-' graduated from Bradenton High .. of i ..
stine, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Miss Virginia School and from Southern Collegein ; : need' it/ ::_.: 28c :. WOf

I Jordan, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs. P. Lakeland. She was a member of '42c ::. 33c .:. e.A H"InSctgf : d 'lc

M. Mcintyre, Mrs. Jean Barrow, several sororities and representedher .', \72. .:. ::AdM.- -
.I l Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs Roy Alston school in the student's Who's NReso 4f long ; :.
: ... Mrs T. B. Shelley and Mrs. Who of American Colleges. She has .. .. : -... '
r .,s. R. C.. Nowling. .-8 been employed tor some time as -'. : :" : :; ..-' _: -_ ': __-'iJ- v

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The &ys .

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The: crispy le.-o.ve.;>

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CHAPTER VIII-Continued She stopped as she saw Jane. "Oh, dously upsetting." Adelaide was she and her, friends'ought to go at
-12- you're not alone?" plaintive.Jane once. Edith'looked tired, and Eloiseat

Jane smiled at him with her chin "This is Miss Barnes, Adelaide. I watched her with lively curi- moments like this was impossi-
tilted in her bird-like way. She was think you met her brother today at osity. The women she knew did not ble. But she hated to leave anyone 0
really having the time of her life. luncheon. Edith telephoned that you smoke. Baldy's flappers did, but else in the.field. "Can't I give youa
She was thrilled and fascinated by and Eloise had found her." they were abnormal and of a new lift?" she asked Jane, sweetly, WNU Service.BABY .

the beauty of her surroundings, and "That's what 1 came about, to generation. Mrs. Laramore was old "you and your brother."
gradually Frederick began to takeon warn you. Eloise has the reporterson enough to be Jane's mother, and But it was Frederick who an-
something of the fascination.After her trail. She'll be over in a Jane had a feeling that mothers swered. "Miss Barnes lives at Sher-

dinner they sat,in the great minute. But the harm will be. shouldn't smoke wood" Park. Briggs will take her
drawing-room-a portentous place- done, I*am afraid, before you can But none the less, Adelaide Lara- out.
with low-hung crystal chandelierspale stop her." more and her exotic ways were So Adelaide went away, and Elo-
rugs-pale walls-'with one cor "Oh, I'm resigned. Edith's com- amusing. She had a brittle and artificial ise and the two men, and Edith DEPARTMENT
ner 'redeemed from the general ing back tonight. Miss Barnes' look, like the Manchu lady in turned"to her uncle and said, "I'm

chilliness by a fireplace of yellow brother is bringing her." the Museum, or something in wax. sorry.
Italian marble, and a huge screenof "Really?" Adelaide Laramorewas Jane was brought back from her Her face was white and her eyes .
peacock feathers in ,a mahogany appraising Jane. A shabby meditation by the riotous entranceof were shining, and all of a sudden CHICKS
frame."I child. From the threshold she had Eloise and the two men. she reached up her arms and put
call this room the Ice Pal- had a moment of jealousy. But "I knew Adelaide was telling them about his neck and sobbed as B A BY'$3.90 Cripplesl per 100 No Calls.! Qnaran-
if her heart would break. teedLlTcDollverr Stndm ace," Frederick told her. "Mother the moment was past. Frederickwas tales. CHICKS Il /or prompt mhipmrnt
And then and not until then little Apes Chick Co.,St.Louis,Mo.
furnished it in the early eightiesand extremely fastidious. He adored "I told you I was coming, Eloise. ,
she would never change it. And beauty and this Barnes child was Eloise stared at Jane when Fred- Jane knew that Edith was not like

now I rather hate to have it dif- not beautiful. erick presented her. "You look like one of the animals at the Zoo. Powerful

ferent. I warmed this corner with Jane was unfastening the ear- your brother. Twins?" SongFew
the fireplace and the screen Edith rings. "Aren't they heavenly, Mrs. "No." Jane decided that she liked In Jane's next letter to Judy she songs have ever affected
always sits in the library on the Laramore?" Miss Harper better than she did told her how the evening with the their listeners as much as "Amour

other side of the hall, but Mother "The sapphires' Mrs. Laramoresat Mrs. Laramore-which wasn't say- Townes had ended. And that she sacre de la patrie" as it was sung

and I had our coffee here, and I down on the couch.' Her evening ing-much had invited, the Townes and Fol- during the presentation of the ep-
prefer to continue the old custom. wrap slipped back, showing her "The reporters are on their way lettes for tea the next afternoon. era "La Muette de Portici" at the
Jane's eyes opened wide. "Don't white neck. Her fair hair was sweptup to Alexandria-full cry." Eloise all When she had written the last line, Theater Royal de la Monnaie in

you and your niece drink your cof- from her forehead. She had a in emerald green,with her red hair Jane sat very still at her desk. She Brussels on the night of August 25,
fee together?" in a classic coiffure, was like some was thinking of Evans. She hadn't 1830. Inspired by it. the audi-

> "Usually, but there have been radiant witch, exultant of evil. "You seen him for'three days. Not since I ence stopped ,the performance,
times," he laughed as he said it, mustn't scold me, Frederick. It I the Sunday night she had gone to broke the chairs, rushed into the
"when each of us has sat on opposite was terribly exciting to tell them, the Townes. That night in the fog street and started the famous rev-
sides of the hall in lonely state." and I adore excitement." had impressed her strangely. She olution through ,which 'Belgium
Jane laughed too. "Baldy and I "They aren't' there." had felt for Evans something that .won its administrative freedom
had to do with admiration
from Holland. Collier's.
do things like that. "Where are they? -
for him nor respect nor charm. His
They finished their coffee and he Frederick chanted composedly,
weakness hadn her to him
smoked a cigar. Edith and Baldy "We three know but we will as
mother be drawn to child.
a might a
telephoned that the thing was more never tell ."
His struggle was, she felt, some- NERVOUS ?
"Adelaide''will when I her
serious than they had anticipated.That get
thing which she must share. Not as
perhaps he had better send alone.
his wife! No '.' That kind of love
Briggs."So "I will not. Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?
was different. If only he would let Are you cross and irritable? Do you scold
that means I'm going to have "Then Miss Barnes will. Do you
dearest to ?
her be his little sister, Jane. those you
you to myself for an hour longer," know how young you look, Miss If your nerves are on edge and you feel
I feel if tell He had not even called her up. you need a good general system tonic, try
Frederick told Jane. "I hope you Barnes? as you'd me
When she had invited him and his Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
are as happy in the prospect as I anything for a stick of candy." made especially for women.
mother to tea with.the Townes Mrs.
!' For over 60 years one woman has told an-
am. They roared at' that. And Jane Follette had answered, and had accepted other how to go"smiling thru"with reliable
"I am having a joyous time. I said, "Nobody ever made me do Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature build
for both of them. Evans, she thus
and helps
feel like Cinderella at the ball." anything I didn't want to do." up more physical
calm and lessen discomforts
said, was in Washington, and would quivering nerves
He laughed at that. "You're from annoying symptoms which often accompany )
a refreshing And now ,Benny and the Captain be out on the late train. female functional disorders.
child, Jane." He had never r f at lJ i ( looked at her, and looked again. When he arrived ahead of the others Why not give it a chance to help YOU?
before called her by her first name. 'voice the child had and Over one million women have written in
I/ I 4 What a on the afternoon of her tea, reporting wonderful benefits from PmkhanYa
"Am I? But I'm not a child. I'mas / eyes! Jane said, "Where have you been? Compound.
old as the hills." S Eloise, on the couch, hugged her Do you know it has been four days
"Not in years." knees and surveyed her gold slip- since we've seen each-other?"

"In wisdom. I know how to make pers. "They are putting my picture "Weren't you glad ,to get rid of In Cause of Peace

ends meet, and how to order meals, ; in the paper and Adelaide's. : me? I've thought of you every min- For the maintenance of peace,
and how to plan my own dresses, They saw one on my desk-" ute." He dropped into a seat besid nations should avoid the pinpricks
and a lot of things that your Edith Mrs. Laramore cried out, "Ben- which forerun cannonshots.Napoleon -

doesn't have to think about." ny, why did you let her do it?" and her.She was gazing at him with lively to the Czar Alexander.For .
"And yet you are happy." there; was a.great uproar-in which curiosity. "How nice you look.'"
"I'll say I- am." Eloise could be heard saying: "New suit. Like it?"

He laughed but did not continuethe "And they are going to have a "Yes. And you act as if some- quick relief-always
Jane sat still at her desk. use this accurate aspirin.
"I've very
subject. rather wonderful
a picture of the Inn, and one of your body had left you a million dol- Muscular

collection of earrings. Would you long face, with pink cheeks and pen- brother if they can get it, Miss lars." Aches Sf.JosephGENUINE
like to look at them? Queer fad, cilled eyebrows. She was like a portrait Barnes." "Wish he had. I bought this outfit PURE ASPIRIN,

isn't it? But" I've picked them up on porcelain, and she knew it, Jane began to feel uncomforta- with a first edition 'Alice in Wonder-

everywhere. and emphasized the effect. "The ble. She was, she told herself, as land,' he laughed and explained."I've MomentIt
"Why earrings? sapphires? Yes. They're the choice much out of place as a pussy-cat in been getting rid of some of Distressing
difficult to
"Other things are commonplace :'of the lot." a Zoo. These women and these men our rare books. I feel plutocraticin is never so
-brooches, necklaces, tiaras. But She went on to speak of Eloise. reminded her somehow of the great consequence. Five hundred dol- when we are ashamed of our

there's romance in the jewels that I "She is simply hopeless. She has sleek animals who snarled at each lars, if you please, for that old Ho- silence.-La Roc:LCfoucauld.

women have" worn in their ears.You'll told the most hectic tales and all the other in the Rock Creek cages. garth, with the scathing Ruskin in-

see. papers have sent men out to the Frederick did not snarl. But she scription. And I'm going to openan
1 He went into another, room and Inn." had a feeling he might if Eloise kept office, Jane." Malaria Chills *'Fever ; .

brought back a tray. It was lined "Well, they escaped. They started at him much longer.It I "In Washington?" Take reEabU Ou'd.n. *.Stops ctwBs and
with velvet and the
earrings were early and have been hung up at Al- was in the midst of the hubbub "On Connecticut Avenue. Same f ever,chant blood of malaria.Famous Qfjp r r
set up on tiny cushions. It was a exandria." that Edith entered. She walked in building, same room, where I started for SO years. Money-back guaranU ;

unique display. Cameos from an- "Eloise and Benny and the Captain among them as composedly as she, ."
cient Rome, acorns of human hair dined with me. She was still had faced them at the Inn. "Evans, how splendid!"

in the horrible taste of the sixties- telephoning when I left. I told her "Hello," she said, "you sound likea "Yes. You did it, Jane."
gypsy hoops of gold-coral roses in that I did not sanction it, and that I jazz band." She went straight "I? How?"

delicate fretted wreaths-old French should come straight over and tell up to Frederick and kissed him. "I] "The night of the fog. I never

jewels-rubies, emeralds, sapphires, you. But she laughed and said she suppose Eloise is shouting the news realized before what a walking-stick Fruit of Labor
and seed pearls, larger pearls set didn't care. That she thought it to the world." She tucked her handin 'I've been-leaning on you. Hence- The bee from his industry in
alone to show their beauty, and a forth you're the Lady of the Lantern.It all the
was great fun and that you were a his arm. "There are more than a the summer eats honey
sparkling array of modern things, won't be so fatiguing."
good sport. million reporters outside. Mr. winter.
diamonds in platinum-long pen- "I shan't her shortly "she He was smiling at her, and she
see ; Barnes is keeping them at bay.
of and
dants jade jet-opals drippinglike
smiled back. Yet quite strangelyand
ought to know better. Setting reporters "Where did they find you?"
liquid fire along slender chains.
felt if in
inconsistently, she as wonderful aid for boils
Edith like of A
a pack
She hung over them. "on "Heard of us, I suppose, at the changing his attitude towards her, where a drawing agent i Is
I "Which do you like best?" he wolves. Alexandria hotel. We didn't realizeit he had robbed her of some privilege."I a Indicated. Soothing and
I "I told her how you would feel, until reached here and then I
asked. we didn't mind being a walking- pt comforting Fine for children -
"The pearls?" Adelaide reiterated."I they piled out and'began to ask stick." and grown-ups. Prac-

He was doubtful. "Not the white should see her if I were you, questions." "Well, I minded. After this I'll tical. Economical.

ones. These-" he picked up a pairof Mr. Towne," said a crisp, young Frederick lifted her hand from walk alone. And I'm going to work '
sapphires set in seed pearls- voice. his arm. "I'll go and send them hard, and play around a bit. Will v IWi14 $

rather ,barbaric things that hung Adelaide turned with a gasp. With away." you have tea with me tomorrow,
for inch her slippered feet crossed in frontof Eloise "I'll with Willard? To celebratemy
down an or more. "They'llsuit jumped up. go Jane? At the
her Jane looked like a child. For "
your style. Have you ever worn you. first tottering steps.
earrings?" the first time Mrs. Laramore got a And then Frederick snarled, "Stay She agreed, eagerly. "It will be
"No." good view of those candid gray eyes. here." like old times."

"Try them." They had a queer effect on her. But neither of them went, for "Minus a lot, old lady." WATCHyou

He helped her to adjust themandhis Eyes like that were most uncom- Baldy entered, head cocked, eyes That was the way he had talkedto
hand touched her smooth warm mon. Fearless. The girl was not alight-Jane knew the signs. her years ago. The plaintive note
cheek. He was conscious of her afraid of Frederick. She was not "They've gone," he' said. "I told was gone
closeness, but gave no sign. afraid of anyone. you I'd get rid of them, Miss "Take the three-thirty train and can depend on
"Why should I see her?" Frederick the sales the
There was a little mirror above Towne. I'll.me t you. I'n. r.fo taxiwith
the mantel. "Look at yourself," he demanded. He nodded to them all. Absolutely what's left of 'Alice.' merchants of our town
said. "Won't it just add to her sense at his ease, lifted above them all "Don't be too extravagant." announce in the columnsof

She tilted her head so that the of melodrama if you don't? And by the exaltation of his mood. Finer, (TO BE CONTINUED) this paper. They mean

jewels shook. The blue lights of the why should you care? Your nieceis Jane told herself, than, any of them money saving to our
stones made her skin incandescent' coming home. And that's the end -his beautiful youth against their Erasistratus readers.It always pays to
of it." Erasistratus was a great physician
Frederick surveyed her critically. worldweariness.Edith the merchants
"You mean Frederick demanded of the Third century B. C.,
"You ought to have a more so- was smilingat Jane. "I i '
phisticated gown. Silver brocade "that I am to carry it off withan knew you at once. You are like who made important anatomical who advertise. They are
with a wisp of a train." air?" your brother." studies and was the first to distin- not afraid of their mer-

"It changes me, doesn't it? I am Jane nodded. "Make comedy of They were alike. A striking pairas guish sensory and motor nerves. He chandise or their prices.
not sure that I like them." it instead of tragedy." they stood together. "It is be- named the trachea, devised a cathe- ,

What a joy she was after Adelaide. Adelaide slipping out of her wrap cause of Mr. Barnes and his sister ter, and studied respiration in the '
As if the name had brought her, a was revealed as elegant and distin- that we got in touch with Edith," fowl in a crude calorimeter.; He I THE SPECIALS I
voice spoke from the door. "I guished in silver and black. Frederick explained. He had regained originated the theory of pneuma, as

wouldn't lt Waldron announce me, "May I have a cigarette, Ricky, to his genial manner. opposed to the humoral theory of I
Ricky may I come in?" settle my nerves? Eloise is tremen- "Oh, really." Adelaide knew that disease.



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PAGE 1aQu1' 1\Ht1\ UL1JS1'S top mmrs l111UbAv, 91t'T1: MililJtt. 20 t i&3

Garden Club Held Japan to be' 'introduced, the only I-Stores To Remain 'Dougherty Trial I good In a similar part In "In OldChicago"
"types resistant to thi3 disease. Froma I ) and Marjorie Weaver_ &) I

Meeting ThursdayThe production of 300,000 tons twen- Open Next Thursday (Continued From Page 1)a support in important roles. -
ty years ago the production has I
-, now been quadrupled to approxi- I I post dated check) to Dougherty's
mately 1,200,000 tons. Restrictions The Thursday afternoon half- \
tax collector.
account as '
Garden Club met yesterday I I FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
imposed by the government had holiday for store employees, post- Among other witnesses called on
afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. C. I
Mills, with Mrs. Mills and Mrs. R. been a problem to them as to the I Imr.inland office employees and others 'observing to give testimony was H. A. Hornof II ment. Available at once. Phone 76'
but had bene- the will end with the
H. Knight hostesses. growers holiday Live Oak, general manager of. F. L. Williamson.
fitted them greatly. The shuttingoff I I first of October and next Thursday the Standard I..umbeJ Corporation, ,
Mrs. W. F. Simpson presided at of quotas at the beginning at: 1 I afternoon places of business will who testified that he had receivedno I
the business meeting, and announced the war had found the island grow- remain open as usual. tax receipt for his $969.38 check
that the rose order would probably ers with a large amount of cane until March 24 of this year whenhe
be placed the second week in held over from last :year. He had requested it of Dougherty. W.
that Mrs. W. C. Owen Western Auto Store-
October and Good
to whether or not FarmLand
had no report as I :P. Andrews testified that as deputy
of the committee.
chairman I(
was this had been sold. (Continued from Page One) clerk in the tax collector's office he
announcement of time of
Detailed Drainage and irrigation atford? I signed Dougherty's name to tax re- I
placing order and ,of the cost of one of the greatest, problems to the ceipts at his (Dougherty's) request.R. ,
these bushes will be made In nextweek's [I(throughout the country, enabling
island sugar cane growers, Mr. Soi N. Miller and Clerk William T.
Clewiston News. This year them to offer the public this same
rano stated, and was five to ten Hull 'gave technical testimony on'
who wishes to order roses merchandise with* an established
anyone times as costly as in the inaiulanc' ) the flow of accounting regarding' for Rent
whether Garden Club members or reputation for quality at money-
areas. It is necessary, he said, tu distribution to various funds both .' ,
not may do so. dig ditches between cycry",two row saving prices. : state and county of tax moneys received -
The members decided to have a Of cane. Molc-draining ,had been i The Western Auto Associate Store by the tax collector's office,
vase shower at the next meeting. tried but was abandoned becausethe (I in Clewiston will carry the same and of this check in particular of

Each member is requested to bring soil was not suited to it. 33,000 I general line of supplies, accessories which they claimed no distributionhad
any vases for which she has no use. acres in the southern part of the I and tools, including such well-known been made.

The purpose of the shower is to ob- lisland and 10,000 acres in the i brands as Davis DeLuxe, tires, Wizard The defense produced. no witnesses -

tain a collection of vases to presentto northern part are now being irri- batteries, Truetone radios, Rub- Sumter Leitner, assistant state I II.
the local hospital, but it was decided gated.Mr.. ber-Coat top dressing, etc., hitherto attorney, assisted Wilson in the Trespassers
that vases could be purchasedat Schuck did not speak but offered only at the big city stores. I.prosecution. Will Be
the shower if It is stated that the new store
. the time of anyone carried on an inteiestini conversa- I ,
desired tion with members before> and af- offers the largest and most com- MOVING INTO .MOVIELAND I ProsecutedClewiston

Mrs. F. Deane Duff, program ter the meeting. Mrs. Serrano aLo:: 'I plete stocks of auto supplies and by Dick Owen
chairman, lead a discussion of types attended the meeting wLh I her I accessories in this city, also radios,
of, for the Mrs. Leah husband. bicycles sporting goods and a var- I.. ..
programs year. -- ....
Spicer discussed '"what and whento The nominating committee presented I ed line of hardware items all at I Current Attractions: "Young Mr.Lincoln" .

plant". An article on the cul- the list of candidates for 1 )rices that compare favorably with I comes here Sunday and I
I Monday, in true Lincoln fashion,
those of the big company-owned
ture of sweet peas was read by offices for the year beginning Jan-
and all who are admirers of Lincoln's -
stores. Every item is of selected
Mrs., K. Bowden. uary '1 and every member is. urged
free, and easy style can well
quality and backed by 1VesternAuto's
for the election which
to be present
The hostesses served iced punch sit up and take notice.
will be held next Wednesday. guarantee of "Satisfactionor Realty And
cookies and candies. I Money Back". ', Young Mr. Fonda, who is popularly -
Attending were Mrs. Simpson known as Henry, seems to like
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. J. H. Mor- Name New Train; i I Mr. McLure owns the Western this type of role, for he is most DevelopmentCorpol'ation
j Auto Associate Store in Pahokep
Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg,
rison, I Often cast as a rugged man of, his-
Mrs. P. C. Tarleton, Mrs. A. O. Win Cash PrizesNew |and Is well known in !Clewiston tory. With the aid of a putty nose
Ward, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. W. having lived here before'while as-
I' and, a shaggy haircut, he gives a
C. Owen, Mrs. Duff, Mrs. G. B. sociated with the U. E. Engineer office Lincoln equalled by few. Arleen
and has a host, of friends who
Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs.
Whalen, Alice Brady (who was so
York-A contest, seeking a
Bowden and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez. wish him well In his new enterprise.The .
name for the new streamlined train; new store is not now open ,. .
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BRIDGE CLUB MEETS with which the Atlantic Coast Line for business but Saturday, Sept. 30
I Railroad and the Florida East Coast
WITH. MILS W. H. LAMERMrs. will be "Official Opening Day" and
Railway will operate daily servicebetween Mr. McLure and Mr. Branyon prom-,
New York and Miami this FAMOUS HOMES IN HISTORY
ises to have special prices
:; W. H. Lanier entertained 'I many
winter, was announced today by w
!imembers of her bridge club at her on a number of popular items in
home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.T. these railroads. honor of the occasion, with favors .
B. Shelley won a pair of pillow I Prizes of $650 were offered in for all who come in and get ac- 1 I
' cases as high score, and Mrs I the first contest, with a first award quainted. '

1L. C., Miller a carton of bath soap '.of $300. Second prize will be $ISO, .>,

as cut prize. third prize $75, and 25 other Football Field't" :':-, '

A frozen salad course was serv- awards of $5. The awards will be Y I',.','. '

'ed by the hostess 'to Mrs. Shelley, made on the basis of suitability of ( ;.'

Mrs.( Miller, Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. the name, together with the con-, continued From Page 1)) I ," ,, 'j.
Keathley Bowden, Mrs. J. W. testant's brief explanation of' the this year. They lost only one first "!

Ezelle, Mrs: H. R. Hall, Mrs. I. M. name chosen by him. string player last spring and are \ .

Pafford and Mrs G. B. Thomas. The rules announced that the confident of winning. The Tigerson fk, I/ttm '
I first prize would be awarded to the other hand, realize that the '

Puerto Rican- I the person submitting the best odds may be against them and are "HOME SWEET HOME"
name, whether it is used for ,the working that much harder to win ,

train or not, ,together with the' most the opener which should be a game OWN

(Continued From Page One) appropriate reason for such a name. well worth, seeing. I This was the home of John Yoult
The second, third and other award Games 'scheduled so far are: 07Ri
miles wide and had a Howard
thirty-five ; : Payne, author ofone: MOM1
population of 1,800,000 people. He are to be made in the order of excellence Moore Haven there, October 6; I I of America's
said that there were hundreds of and may or may not be Pompano here, October 13; Boca best loved songs

different types of soil and his work the, same name as that used by the Grande, here, October 20; October I
had been largely to get varieties of I first prize winner., I 27, open; Pompano, there, November Let us help you achieve the securityand

adapted to all of these soil The rules stated that all entries 3;' LaBelle, here, November '10;
types.cane Some farms on mountainsideshe must be delivered or' bear postmaik; November 17, open; November, 24, comfort of a home of your own .'

said, were so steep that neither prior to midnight October 10. Moore Haven, here; Boca Grande,
animals nor farm machinery couldbe Awards will be made by November there, Thanksgiving, Nov. 30.

used making it necessary for all 1. I w
operation to be done by hand labor. The streamlined cars, of light-
. Cane' diseases, the speaker said, weight stainless steel construction Corporation, LaGrange, Ill The Clewiston Federal Savings
were hard to keep out and in 1920 are now being built in the Budd I train is expected to go into service

the island was hard hit by the I plant at Philadelphia. The 2,000 about December 1 on'a New'York-
mosiac disease. It was necessary at i I horsepower diesel locomotives are Miami schedule of 25 hours, the' and Loan Association

that time for' cane varieties from being built, by the Electro-Motive fastest ever set up for that, run.

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