The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00757
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00757
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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II 'Cane' Harvest Season Starts Monday I

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TO BEGIN GRINDING : ] 1939-40 Season Begins .3 Weeks

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0k V : I III Earlier Than In Other Years And

II < i: 4 Will Continue Through April




I Locates HereR. i
More than 3,000 colored cane
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; V cutters will start out early Monday
t S. Bair has moved to Clewiston ,
morning{ to begin the harvest of
1 from Pahokee and will take chargeof :
; approximately 26,000 acres of growing -
the Clewiston Golf Course RB I' .
cane in the various plantations
succeeding Don
golf professional of the United States Sugar Corpo-
Young who left recently to take &
ration on the shores of Lake Okec-
position in Kansas City.
chobee and inaugurate the nint'nannual
Three years ago Mr.. Bair was .
for the
sugar season corpo
I pro at the 'Port Mayaca course 'and
ration. ,
two years ago went to Iowa City,
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.. : 0 The growing season this year
'" I Iowa where he Served asYoung's Qoi: I
assistant through one sum- :i has been ideal for sugar cane and v1C

} mer. He has. not been active in golf f the same conditions hold throughthe
harvest and grinding season tho
work the past two years but has
will be able at
sugar corporation
spent considerable time in Clewis-
of the fiscal to describe -
the close year
ton with Mr. Young. He and Mrs.
Mr. the results of the season as by -
flair moved here from Pahokee.

Bair is a native of Troy, Ohio. far greater than any previous sea
\- I Mr. Bair states that the qualifying son.
074W4 \ I rounds for the Everglades Labor is on hand in abundance.": -

:Medal Play Championship will begin Through the past week the receiving -

I' October 28 and close November 5 I station In Clewiston has been

and he is, hopeful that all Clewistongolfers busy with new workers coming in

r .n '- ]I will cooperate in this tour-- by truck, by train or in their own

nament. private conveyances from all sections
II; "The Sugar house of the United States Sugar Corporation i in Clewiston, largest in this country, vhich begins of Florida and other southern

grinding Tuesday the 1939-40 rop of sugar cane at the rate of almost 5,000 tons daily. .states. Two hundred colored work-
2.57 Inches Of Rain
men, mostly from North and South

i Carolina arrived yesterday aboard

TIGERS! OVERPOWER Red Cross Officials DEFENSE ATTORNEYS Fell Here Last NightOne the Sugar Cane Special, a special ,

A. C. L. train'made up in Yemassee

I At Ft. Pierce Meet : S. Car., to. bring these workmen to( .

BOCA! GRANDE HERE I' I I II' IN DAUGHTERY CASE of the heaviest ''rains of the the cane fields of Florida. Immedlately -

) -- yeat1 which fell in Clewiston early upon,arrival they were taken .

I' Mrs. R. Y. Patterson chairman. i Thursday evening! 'was. recorded, by? to the receiving station and given : .

lTO WIN 12" TO ,-7 fp.f the Clewiston fled Cross Ch FILE TWO PETITIONS the townsite. weather.,,,,observatory. food and medical examination. before -

...s ter and.C: E'Miner; roll call, P-1 as 2.5i inches. For sev ihours. being assigned to 'the'\'various "-

-, man, attended a meeting ,of. .Red -- the entire town was covered with a plantations *"' .

Clewiston's Tigers proved much|Cross. officials held Thursday in the Two motions, one of them for a sheet of water but city pumps had The harvest season. is -starting- -

the better mudders today and r&.a New Fort Pierce Hotel in Fort new trial and the other to set aside removed all except pools at Jow this season three weeks ahead ofany

rough shod over Boca Grande Tar. I Pierce. the 'verdict returned by .a circuit points by this morning.The previous season' aid-is expectedto -

pons to win by a score of 12-7 in There were eighty-five membersof court jury last Friday night against football field at the school I last through .April, a season

a football classic that gave a good I south Florida chapters in attend- Frank A. Daughtery former Hendry house had four and a half inches, greater than a half year' in length

crowd all of the thrills to be desir- ance 'at the meeting and a numberof county. tax collector, were filed of water ,standing in midfield at ten During this time more than 4,000 .
ed in Monday by the attorneys for the de- o'clGtk last night and it"was feared
a game.It ( interesting talks were given by : men will be given continuous em-

was the first win of the year officials of the national organization. fen'sp, Attorney W. 1). Bell of Arcadia that the game With Boca Grande to- ployment in the plantations, in the_ ..

for the Tigers but in winning over In a general discussion of roll and L. 0. Gravely of La- day would have to be }.1ostponed'l !sugar house and in the corporation

the team which was strongest in I call plans several members were Belle. Circuit Jud ;e GeorgeV.. But the efficient work of officeS! -.,

the conference last year they show I heard from and Chapters from the :Whitehurst has not as yet set a date coupled with plenty of sunshine Further housing improvementsfor

a strength which will carry them I smaller and larger counties au.l I for a hearing on counsel the motions.maintains in i day made it possible for the to-I the colored laborers which include -
The defense
far in other games of the season.In : communities exchanged ideas on' to go on as scheduled. village at Clewiston,
I of the roll call. I the motion for setting aside the verdict : Lightning was reported to have I a new
winning they also kept their record making a success the most modern of such villagesin
clear of never having lost a. I The Red Cross roll call period i h I of guilty returned by the jury struck at several widely separated state, and additions to the
game on their home field. usually from November 11 (Armistice last Friday, that the court bailiff points but so far as is known did II other villages will not only make jt .
, the
\ while
the jury room
Both teams played good football Day) to Thanksgiving Day but no damage here except to strike accommodate an added
I Mr. Miner states that it will prob- I jury was deliberating, closed the and tear away a portion of the roof i easier but
and the condition of the field, still I I remained for I number of workers this season
door behind him and of Mrs. Leah Spicer. I
! muddy from last night's rain, failedto ably be started here the first at the home will offer even more comfortable
four or five 'minutes. Chief cause disrupted! telephone ser- I
November and continue through the This flash
slow play as much as had been Most of these workers who
expected.In I'month. The local chapter was twen- I given for a new trial is that dupli-the vice in this section of town and did Were formerly employed by the
Frank Cothern was
tieth'' in the state last year in response I[ name considerable damage to the nervesof returned voluntarilythis
the opening quarter Sam Lang. I I. the box and that there corporation
-cated in jury the time.
Mr. the house at
to the roll call and those in
have in past
Clewiston right end, took the ball only 249 jurors instead of the season, as they
I Miner says that 'he will use every; were Most of the rain fell within an the steady
skirted the Tarpon end and ran 250.Daughtery. t seasons, appreciating
effort to makIt tlrst this year. necessary hour and Clewiston seems to have and the efforts -
the good wages
twenty-two :yards for the first score. 'Work
I This. position was attained througha borne the brunt of a rather general corporation to insure
I the
Ed Von Mach's pass to J. D. Hooker of
5.21 per cent membership in the rain. Liberty Point had 1.60 inches the .
Convicted during
for the conversion failed and the their comfort
I community rated as having almost and Bear Beach, 1.68 inches and
i score stood 60'for Clewiston. I J. W. Moran, vice-president and
I three thousand residents. on the east side of the lake only a
(Contuiued on page eight) I Of Embezzlement recorded.. general manager of the corporation
half inch was
\ i"stated yesterday that Florida's production -
i of sugar, with that -

New Townsite Hall \| Frank' Daughtery, former Hendry Contracts Awarded On I II and the beet sugar areas Is

James Willis Moore of Ocala has I county tax collector, was found now making available a supply of.

Opened Tuesday Night. begun work in Tallahassee as an !guilty by a circuit court jury in La- Levee Experiment Job I I continental sugar. This supply, he,

assistant to Lewis H. Tribble in revising I Belle Friday night after deliberat- said, will have the effect of mOderating
I ,
I I Florida's general statutes. I ing, for three hours. It was his second --- I I prices on sugar because of

An informal opening programwas The work is directed by Attorney I trial on the misuse of a check The U. Si 1 Engineer district office I availability at all times, even dur-
held at the new Townsite recreation the
, General Gibbs, under provision of I for. nearly a thousand dollars paid in Jacksonville awarded contractslast ing war periods, and points to
hall night and
Tuesday of
a 1939 law and appropriation. by a lumber company for personal week for two more experimental logic of unrestricted production

was enjoyed by a capacity crowd Mr. Moore is the eldest son of I taxes in 1937 and which had not. projects on the Lake Okeechobee sugar in the continental producingarea.
which included members'of '
many Mrs. J. W. Moore.of. Clewiston. been disbursed to the various county levee in an attempt to find the '
the administration personnel and :
funds. most practical method of blanketingthe The sugar house will begin op'er-
their wives.A .
levee to protect it from erosion. Tuesday as soon as a supply
musical Sub-Floor In 'School This amount was a portion of an kting
was given
being carriedout for .operation,
The experiments are of cane is at hand
i alleged shortage of almost eight
which included several selections by
of Port Maraca \ almost without
few miles south and will continua
thousand dollars and it is not
the Plantation Choral Club composed Building Being Laid
each dayuntil
the east shore levee. twenty-four hours
of singers from the various plantation known' whether he will stand trialon on I pause
, villages under the direction other counts. The shortage was: The first bid, for mixed In place ; all of the cane from tho corporation -
I of Mozelle Jackson. A selected Foundation work on the new 1 disclosed by state auditors when i asphalt went to the Belcher Oil,I plantations as well independent as

: group of her former students from Clewiston school house has been they went over Daught ry's books Company of Miami[ for $18,81&. This from the plantations of with

I \Vest Palm Beach also gave several completed and workmen began this in March of this year. The tax col- I contract is for blanketing about a growers who have contracts their

J \ splendid numbers. morning laying the sub-flooring. lector was Immediately suspendedfrom half mile of levee and represents the corporation to process Improvements -
The spacious stage was appropriately -I. Contractor Paul Bussey confident. office by Governor Fred P. come 57,000 square yards- of as- cane, Is mechanical ground. equipment- during -:

decorated with stalks of I i now that most delays have been Cone and R. N. Miller was appointedto phalt. in to again
sugar cane and with the "American passed and that the building will be replace him. i Another contract was let to the [ the summer is expected In' the
of The first trial September 27 olin E. Ballinger Company of materially step up production
flag in the center. The opening and ready for use by the beginning on

closing number was "God Bless the new semester. ended in'a -mistrial when the_ jury Tnk/Iand for smaller areas of cot- Clewiston mill. and sugar-
( for and and: welded wire fabric surfacing Cane yields per acre
America. The second floor of the building deadlocked, our acquittal 'on : expectedto
The new recreation hall is equipped will be devoted to an auditoriumand two for conviction. A new bill of for 1023960. 3,220 square yields per ton of cane is. than

I with folding chairs which maybe will be equipped with 420 seats information was prepared by State's yards ,of this is the three Inch reinforced be even larger this records season were

I moved when the floor is wished I in movable units of three so that Attorney, Clydo H. Wilson and the I cotton fabric covered with last year when new of
of 4.11 tons sugarper
\ clear. The seating capacity Is about I i the floor may be cleared for use if date set for a new trial by: Circuit :isphalt and the other Is the same established This expectationIs

300. The stage is in the west end \ and when necessary. Tbo first floor Judge George V/hitehurst 'T 'limber of squaro yards of three- average acre.
almost perfect grow-
and is about fourteen by sixteen will have four classrooms, a first October 12. *nch welded wire fabric covered based on the and larger
the cane
feet with dressing rooms on either I aid room, supply rooms ftnd! toilets, State witnesses wor$ the two with asphalt. ing season varieties now

,I j I '- fide extending! to each! side p| the. i dressing rooms and shpwf r rQOm, I fitpte t .t auditors, W; F.: ;Powers rind! Bids were opened on September acreages Improved 81) -
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Now Everybody Nose I IMPROVED

To What Success Is. Due Belgium Straddles the Fence, UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL i
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Much of the success of the local SUNDAY
Lesson ,
flower show had been due to Hoping to Neutrality ,emiml imnro

'Smith, who'd organized it, and, By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D.
being an ardent horticulturist, had Dean of The Moody Chicago.Bible Instituteof MORAL CONCEPTS

won quite a few prizes. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

Later on, he was reading the report k 1 i.GQ' "TT IS time that we learned that security
when he Lesson and happiness in the world,
in the local paper for October 22
as well as in the home and in the na-
jumped to his feet, with an angry ,rtE y .Y k tion, depend upon the restraints that are
bellow. born of moral and "
& j Lesson concepts.-
subjects and Scripture texts se-
"Why, what's wrong? asked } ; F ,a. lected and copyrighted by International Francis B. Sayre. High Commissionerof
Mrs. Smith, dropping her knitting. NETHERLANDS Council permission.of Religious Education: used by Philippines.

"Listen to this!" he roared. "It

says here: 'As Mr. Smith openedthe Brussels THE CITIZENS OF THE KINGDOM Awe-Inspiring

show, all eyes were fixed on Three things fill with
a man awe
the large red .nose he displayed. B E L G I U Mo LESSON TEXT-Matthew 5116. and reverence for his wife-a

Only years of careful cultivation 1 Liege E 'it,N.b 4.pil GOLDEN TEXT-Let your light so shine baby, a charming garden in what
an exhibit of SITE OF GEMAN before men, that they may see your good
could have produced
.. INVASION IrJ 1914 works, and glorify your Father which is in was once a barren yard, and a
such brilliance. hfr heaven.-Matthew 5:16. dinner greatly to his liking.DNDDGESTBON.

,,_, a FRANCE1gkj
The lesson presents -/hat is "un-
LOUJ doubtedly the greatest single discourse .
ever uttered by any teacher Sensational Relief from Indigestionand
Why Let YourselfGet or statesman or philosopher in the One Dose Proves It
It the first dose of this pleasant-tasting little
1 whole history of the human race" black tablet doesn't bring you the fastest and most
Constipated? complete relief you have experienced end bouts
(Smith). Take up your Bible and back to us and get DOUBLE MONEY BACK. This
read the wordS of the text. Bcll-nnj tablet helps the stomach digest food.
: makes tho excess stomach fluids harmless and lets
you' eat the nourishing food you need. For heart-
Why endure those dull headachy These verses are addressed to be- bum, tick headache and upsets so often caused by
days due to constipation,plus the lievers, to those who have actually sick excess all stomach over-JUST fluids' ONE making DOSE you of J.aurpr and v
inevitable trips to the medicine taken Christ as king of their lives. speedy relief. 25c everywhere.
chest, if you can avoid both by
getting at the cause of the trouble? These beatitudes are not a substi-
If your constipation, like that Of all the little nations in Europe, Belgium has tried the hardestto tute for the gospel. They are not Favor of Children

of"bulk"millions iu the, is diet due, the to lack"better of preserve her neutrality, yet her job is also the hardest. Hemmed in laws that the unbeliever can keep Better to be driven out from

way"is to eat Kellogg's All-Bran. between warring Germany and France on two sides, her soil easily and thus be saved, for this wouldbe among men than to be dislikedby

This crunchy toasted breakfast violated, the land which suffered so severely in 1914 has shunned over- utterly impossible for anyone to children.
cereal is the ounce of preventionthat's do, except the one who has been
worth a pound of emergency tures from both the allies and Germany wider'the ivell-considercd foreign born again. Only he who knows
relief.It helps you not onlyto policy of youthful King Leopold, outlined as follows in 1936: Cellophane-wrapped*
and has called the and
get regular but to keep regular upon power anteed accurate aspirin.S"t.Joseph.
day after day and month after "Any one-sided policy would only weaken our position ..Evenin grace of God in Christ can qualifyto Protected)

you month ever, by knew.the pleasantest means case' of a defensive treaty we would have to parry the first attack. It walk as a citizen of His kingdom.I. Package GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN

Eat Kellogg's All-Bran every is true that, once we were overrun, the intervening powers would assure The Christian's King: (vv. 1, 2).

see day,if drink you don't plenty forget of water all about, and the final victory, but the fight would devastate the country far beyondthe The words which fell from the

constipation. Made by Kellogg'sin destruction of 191418. For this reason we must follow a 'purelyand blessed lips of the Lord Jesus on TravestyThe
Battle Creek. Sold by every entirely Belgian policy.' This policy must aim to prevent the that day as He sat on the mountainside uneducated man is a cari-
cature of himself.-Schelgel.
grocer. were not the powerless declara-
quarrels of our neighbors.
tions of an earthly philosopher
> Reduced to football tactics, Germany might accomplish her aim by statesman, but of the Son of God or

forsaking the suicidal "drive through the center of the line," i. e., the who had humbled Himself and be- 'yamc

Sober Joy Maginot line, and instead try an "end run" through Belgium. come the Son of Man who was still

True joy is a serene and sober ......".w.s.",xnyMWMM7MNMtMH". -,.,.w....... :m..,::---.w' ,._... ,wmYV'->-'t.";;.;:',.:nlV evrnVpy+r"t.z>'. .:::.v' the lords.King If of kings and the Lord of ,a,
you have not given glad
emotion; and they are miserablyout
for rejoic- ;' and free allegiance to Him, do it
that take laughter
ing; the seat' of it is within, and i : now and you will then be ready to tc
there is no cheerfulness like the [' : : ,2 qr go on and learn of the Christian's

resolutions of a brave mind, that tiI"{ character and influence which may t

has fortune under its feet.- be your possession in Christ.II. .

.,Serie 'a. The Christian's Character (vv.
'. '.. 3-12).
The eight characteristics of the

..... '. HoW Women >> .': Christian here presented are worthyof 1& ffAI' ,

',. extended individual attention, a II
.,. in Their 40's y<: tions.but we can offer only brief sugges-

," "Blessed are the poor in spirit" Vk1
Can Attract Men
. r speaks of humility as a commendable tWit
e o .
, : Here's good-advice for a woman'during her quality. How contradictory the ,.4 -'-.
'. change (usually from 33.to 62), who fears present-day philosophy which calls
,she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
for self-assertion and self-reliance.
about hot flashes, loss of pep, dizzy spells,
upset nerves and moody spells. ... But Jesus is not mistaken. The way
Get more fresh air, 8 hrs.sleep and if you L..a.: ti. :,. 4... l ix.t; t. ff .....__..=.:... ............_,. '. i.j; into the kingdom of heaven is not
need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made that of assertive self-sufficiency.
tfpefiallt/for women. It helps Nature build King Leopold (above) broke his treaty with France because history "
:.Sup physical resistance, thus helps give more told him his country had often been the battlefield for wars between "Blessed are they that mourn.
vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming The world does not believe that
jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that France and her enemies. Moreover, he vividly remembered the horrorsof
often accompany change of life. WELL statement. It shuns the house of
WORTH TRYING! the last war when his father, the great King Albert (below), found mourning. It tries without avail to
r German invasion. In 1914 and 1915 it was
himself helpless against philosophize away the fact of sor-

I "bleeding Belgium" whose cause was so loudly shouted by the allies in row. The Christian, on the other

Hindering Joy seeking support from neutral nations. No doubt the Belgian "atrocities"were hand, feels with his fellow man and

There is in .all of us an impediment highly magnified thus receives a blessing.

to' perfect happiness, namely by' propoganda, but the "Blessed are the meek." Ah, yes, :
weariness of what we possess, invasion was nevertheless poverty of spirit comes when a man '

'and a desire for what we have not. unhappy for Belgi- rightly sees himself, and has a.sympathetic Don't let
Madame Rieux.
The below r touch with sorrow. Then he
'um. photo
"inherits the earth," because he tru-
shows German soldiers winter catch
I z S3 ly comes to enjoy it as a place of youunprepared
To quickly1 "open up" making themselves comfortable -
Iii" service and Christian growth, and
in an estate near
-put Just "2 not because he has a deed to a
HEAD jdrops" in each nostril. Liege in 1914, typical of single foot of its soil.

PENETRODRDPSEver the indignities Belgiumhas "Note that it is the hunger and

suffered throughoutthe thirst for righteousness, and not the If you want to be sure of,quick

centuries. possession of it, that is blessed" lubri-
One's BestIf 1FtU1&k.; i (Plummer). Self-satisfied people smooth starting, perfect

a man do, day by day, ever know nothing of the glory of having cation, and carefree driving this

the best he can by the light he I .+//p/, such a hunger and thirst filled by: winter if you want to be
>'x i. N6Va: sir ;r r.t.Y 411; LSyftti'rp
has, he has no need to fear, no "r God.
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need to regret, no need to worry. / Time fails us to speak of the free of worry about the winter

-Jordan. Christian's spirit of mercy which in- hazards of sludge, carbon and

vites divine mercy; that purity of
corrosion then head right
heart and absolute cleanness of:

Malaria Chills -Fever ; F9r14 mind and sincerity of purpose which away for your nearest Quaker
enable a man really to see God State dealer andChange
Tale rtKabU Oxi dme.Stops chilli; and, s. r 4 ; even in this impure world; that
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facer,cleans blood of malaria.Famous oxjoj Christlike spirit which makes him a
for 50 years Money-back guarantee.OXIDINE. JilQ world-
a peacemaker in a fighting now to

yes, that spirit which makes him
*/ ; S.f like the Master in sweetly bearing Acid-Free Quaker State
4 4zx unjustified persecution. These in-

'. :: I deed are the marks of the man who" Winter Oil
h follows Christ as King,

Clearing the Mind & aS ,y { III. The Christian's Influence (vv.

My dear friend, clear your mindof '13-16).

can't.- You may 'talk as other L t ,:ai> rdJ Salt fights against rottenness,
people-do but .don't think Any keeps things sweet and fresh. Dr.

foolishly.-Samuel,Johnson. J. H. Jowett says, Christians "areto QUAKER
confront rottenness in poli-

tics; they are to meet it in the

realm of business; they are to make

Miserablewith for it in the field of sport; they are e '
: to be its enemies in the crowded

backache ? streets of common intercourse; they
prevent recurrence, are to defeat it in. the quiet and sequestered -
Belgium stays neutral, of art and litera-
kidneys function badly and ways
WHEN ) Retail prict,
suffer a nagging backache,) yet is ready to protect ture; everywhere they are to pro-
with dizziness, burning, scanty Qr tool neutrality with force. vide the antidote to corruption, and 350 a quart
frequent urination and getting "up at SQ. All frontiers have forts they are to overcome and destroyit.

night; when ,you feel tired nervous. ,] patterned after the Mag ." ,
all upset Doan's .
Doan'j' 'are use especially for poorly inot line. Her arms is Light has one function, namely, to
Wickedness and sin always -
working kidneys. Millions boxes' one 0Europe's best, illuminate.
are used every year.,They are recommended -' though small. But can love darkness, because their MAKES CARS
the country over.; Ask your; neutral deeds are evil (read John 3:19-21).
neighbor! Belgium stay If Christ really dwells in us we can- RUN BETTER... LAST LONGER .4
4 under pressure? King not help but shed light about us
(yc 1ii'Y jn Leopold, carrying out wherever we go-a divine light .Quaker Slate Oil Refining Corporation,

his neutrality policy, which drives out the'darkness of sin, Oil City,Pa.

hopes for the best. of ignorance, of superstition,'and replaces -
it with the sunlight of God.

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it's safer to have a witness. nd''e"a: : long as 25 to 30 seconds. AND STAIN AND I

star performers for Sunday breakfast.See 'I Now this is very simple and any- TACK THEN WAX '

Left, Right' Recipe Below. body can make this test on himselfby

"Two rights never make a At the Sound of the minutes in moderate oven (350 degrees the aid of a
wrong." watch. The one HAVE you ever wished for a
) and turn out of pan at once.
"When they are shoes they do." Breakfast Bell Serve ,upside down. drawback in this low table 'that would

test is that it should appear from nowhere and dis-
French Toast With Pineappleand .
be taken under appear again when you were .
Pull 1 the Trigger on Five mornings a week there's a Bacon. "normal" circum- through with it? Have you ever

last-minute scramble to get to (Serves 4)) stances. It should thought it would be nice if Fa

Lazy cwets! and Also school on time, and a mad dash to 8 slices bacon not be made follow- ther's ottoman could be folded up

beat the boss to the office-and too 2 eggs (slightly beaten) ing a large meal or and put out 'of the way when not

Pepsin-ize Stomach frequently the all-important busi- Vz cup milk Li after any hard exer- in use? Or perhaps you have unpacked I

When constipation brings on acid indigestion ness of eating breakfast'' "neglected. % teaspoon salt cise. If a large mealis a suit case in a guest

bloating, dizzy spells, gas, coated Maybe theO 4 slices bread in the stomach room and wished for somethingother
tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, your / breakfast menu 4 slices pineapple (canned) there is not room for than the bed; a chair or ;

stomach is probably loaded up with cer- needs revising, Pan fry bacon until nicely the lungs to the floor to put it on during the ti
undigested food and your bowels don'tmove. a 1 Dr. Barton open up .
So you need both Pepsin to help I' Aj or needs a "beau- browned and I crisp; drain and keep completely at the process? ". ,
break up fast that rich undigested food in C t E ty treatment" to hot. Combine slightly beaten eggs, bottom. A, camp stool plus a tray to fit ;

the your trigger stomach on,and those Laxative lazy bowels.Senna to So pull be S increase its appetite milk, and salt, and mix well. Dip Thus some athletes (wrestlers) eat the top makes a very satisfactory !
; 5- appeal. bread in mixture and saute in small table to place beside a
sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. ;; egg nothing after 2 p. m. with their boutat
Take Dr. Caldwell's Laxative, because its If all homemakers the hot bacon fat until golden brown. 9 p. m. If hard exercise has game table or to set up for your

SyrupPepsin helps you gain that won- would join Then saute the pineapple slices. been taken, there is a lack of deficiency books or mending basket by your
derful stomach-relief, while.the Laxative forces to raise: the standard of Place favorite chair. But be to .
Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the one pineapple slice on each of oxygen ,in the blood (the sure
power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of1 American breakfasts, it would be a piece of toast and top with two slicesof system has gone into debt for oxy- dress it up to best advantage. A

undigested protein food which may lingerin long step in the direction of happi- bacon. Garnish with parsley, and gen for minutes or hours) and so remnant of material and some up-

acidity your stomach and'nausea.,to cause This belching is how,pepsin-gastric ness and well being for the family. serve very hot. oxygen will be needed in a shorter holstery braid will do the trick.

izing your stomach helps relieve it of such Breakfast needn't be elaborate to be Waffles time than if the blood containedits .Stain and wax are suggested for

distress. At the same time this medicine good, but it should consist of foods usual.amount of oxygen. The individual the base as paint might be marredin
wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your well chosen and well prepared to 2 cups t pastry flour "- breathe folding the stool.EDITOR'S .
bowels to relieve your constipation.So see 2 teaspoons baking powder just has to sooner
the of members of NOTE Mrs.
tempt appetites : Spears
how much better you feel by taking the 'under these circumstances.The .
laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on the family who aren't ordinarily in- % teaspoon salt thought then is that if you has prepared for our readers a
that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin- terested in this first meal of the day. 2 eggs and and these booklet containing 32 useful and
icky children love to taste this pleasant 1 milk are young healthy try
. Serving something new, occasion- cup tests when rested practical suggestions for beautifying -
family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Lax- simple you are
ative-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your ally, is a more effective means of % cup butter (melted) and have not recently eaten, you the home; with step-by-step

druggist today 1TAIE getting the laggards out of bed than Sliced bacon should be able to hold your breath directions clearly illustrated. To

the loudest alarm clock! Mix and sift all dry ingredients.Beat 40 to 45 seconds after a "deep" get one of these useful booklets,

yolks thoroughly and add just send name and address, with
Bacon With Apple Rings. egg breath inward, and 20 to 25 seconds
milk. Then pour this milk mixture after an ordinary breath outward. 10 cents in coin to Mrs. Spears,

FORMALAfRBA 7 slices bacon into the dry ingredients and blend When one has been without food 210 S. Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill.
1 egg (slightly beaten with 1 table- '
lightly. Add melted butter and fold
for hours acid condition
many an
spoon cold water) in the well beaten whites. Cut
egg arises in and breathing must be don
White corn meal bacon into 1-inch: pieces; place 1
more often.Peptic HEADACHE?
3 apples (peeled and cut ininch iron
piece on each waffle section *
round slices
) and then pour waffle batter on hot UlcerTendency Here is Amazing Relief of
1 teaspoon powdered sugar waffle iron. Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
Get Relief From Chills and teaspoon cinnamon
think laxatives
Fever! Juice of 1 lemon Rnl'huhp1t Cakes. Found 'r1olnW/lrma/. -. you alike, just try this
1 cake J5 '.I ffStfall vegetable laxative.So .
Melt sufficient bacon fat to cover yeast A few there much mild thorough refreshing, invigorating. Dependable -
Don't put up with terrible Malaria. the bottom of a skillet. Cut bacon 1 cup lukewarm water years ago was : relief from sick headaches bilious spells
Don't endure the wracking chills 3 tablespoons dark molasses controversy between physicians and tired feeling when associated with constipation.
and fever. strips in halves, dip in beaten egg, surgeons as to which was the best Without Risk set a 2Sc. box of NR from yourdruggist
At first sign of the dread disease, then dip in corn meal. Saute gentlyin 1 tablespoon salt Make the test-then
treatment for ulcer of the small in- if not delighted, return the box to us..We will
take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic.A the bacon fat until each strip.is a IVz cups flour ulcer. refund the purchase
real Malaria medicine. Made \Vz cups buckwheat flour testine-peptic Physicianswere price. That' fair. .
Place ina
the Contains golden brown. apple able to show that Tablets ..
especially for purpose. 1 lukewarm water by restingthe Get NR today.Wisdom .
mixture of the lemon cup (approxi-
tasteless quinidine and iron. juice, sugar, stomach as much as possible,
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic actually and cinnamon for a few' minutes. mately)
combats Malaria infection in Drain the apple slices, without dry- 1 teaspoon soda dissolved in Vi cup by use of soft foods and' preventing
the blood. Relieves the awful chills water formation of too much acid digestive to DespiseTo
and fever. feel ing, and saute in the remaining fat. some occasions -
Helps you juice, many cures were obtained. despise money on
Place bacon strips in the center of a Soak yeast cake in 1 cup of lukewarm -
is gain.-
fast.Thousands Surgeons, on the other hand, ad- a very great
take Grove's Tasteless warmed platter and arrange aroundit water. Add molasses, salt,
Chill Tonic for Malaria and vised a new opening from stomachto Terence.
swear the browned apple rings. and flour, and -
by it. Pleasant to take, too. Even addition'i small intestine.
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children take it without a whimper. Hominy Grits With Baked Eggs. enough .. Recently a physician discussing
Don't suffer and suffer. At Malaria's lukewarm water e- "
peptic ulcer with a prominent sur- Relief At lastForYourCough
first sign, take Grove'sTasteless (Serves 4-6) to make a
Chill Tonic. At all drugstores 3 cups freshly cooked grits batter a little :-iI geon, head of a surgical service in
Buy the large size as it gives 5 to 6 eggs thicker than that \. \ a large hospital, was surprised to
you much more for your money.BEA.CONS "I don't
hear the
surgeon say: operate -
and '
Salt, pepper paprika used. for ordinary ,,l1A'/
on as many cases of peptic .ulcer -
% cup cheese (grated) griddle cakes.
Fill' shallow with as I did some years ago, as you because
a baking pan Put batter in a Creomulslon relieves promptly
the cooked grits. With a spoon make covered bean jar, and let stand over medical men are curing and pre- It goes right to the seat of the
GOOD hollows wells venting this condition.The trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm,
or night. In the morning add soda dissolved -
secretion and aid nature to
that more cures are
S'Oi'3TLES in the grits. Drop in water. Bake on a hot reason soothe and heal raw,tender Inflamed -
fresh into being obtained by medicine, and membranes.No .
LAAGEeomE a egg greased griddle."HurryUpMeals"those. bronchial mucous
;'"" each hollow. fewer operations are being performed matter how many medicines you
r..v Sprinkle with is that both physicians and have tried tell your druggist to sell
now realize that it is not you a bottle of Creomulsion the
prob- surgeons
pepper, pa- understanding that you are to like
prika and grated lems of the present-day busy the ulcer that needs to be treated the way it quickly allays the coughor

tQs.6 ''CessedRetieJLRHEUMATISMS cheese. Bake in a homemaker, will be the subject of but the patient himself.. you are to have your money back.CREOMULSION:

moderately hot oven (375 degrees) Eleanor Howe's column next No Treatment All-Inclusive.

for 20 to 25 minutes. week. Miss Howe will give you Dr. Joseph Daly, Toronto, in the
Butterscotch menu plans and recipes for meals Canadian Medical Association Jour- for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis
Quick Rolls.
that can be whipped together almost nal, states that it is now admitted

2 cups flour in less time than it takesto that no treatment is suitable for all Others Are MortalsAll

of 2 teaspoons baking powder tell about it. peptic ulcers "The physician no men think all men mortalsbut
% teaspoon salt
longer aims to treat the 'ulcer buts to themselves.-Young.
% shortening
cup direct the of the
SAFETY % cup milk Send for 'Household Hints. management patient
Melted butter with an ulcer diathesis (predis- With Malaria!
Here is a homemaker's reference position or tendency to ulcer. Don't PLAY

Like a beacon light on 1 cup light brown sugar book which gives you tips on every- That there is a tendency to peptic Malaria is one of the world'sreally
the advertisements % cup buttercup thing from mending net curtains to It is
height-the ulcer in some individuals and fami- : bad scourges. nothing
J/fe pecan nut meats arranging cut flowers. How to ,wash with. If have Malaria,
in newspapers direct lies who are of the very nervous or to play you
better and Sift flour, baking powder and salt. feather pillows, a quick method of emotional type is shown by the following do something about it. For over
you to newer Cut in shortening and add milk. Roll baking potatoes, and how to test 70 years, Wintersmith's Tonic has
easier ways of providingthe out and brush with melted butter. the fabrics that you buy-you'll find "1. Ulcer patients' have a tend- been preferred by millions of
things needed or Sprinkle with Vs cup brown sugar. these and many other suggestionsin people. Millions of people cant bawrong
to and
desired. It shines, this Roll firmly like a jelly roll. Cream "Household Hints" by Eleanor ency" worry. Get a bottle today,
2. The
symptoms or see for yourself. For your own
beacon of together the remaining % cup of Howe.
newspaper become less when there is a pro- sake-try Wintersmith's!
advertising-and it will be sugar and Vi cup butter. Spreadthis 'To get your copy of this clever longed period of relief from the

to your advantage to fol- mixture, together with the pecan book send 10 cents in coin to wear and tear of life. WINTERSMITH'SIt's

low it whenever nutmeats, over bottom of bak- "Household Hints," care of Eleanor "3. A return to usual work, worryor

make you ing pan. Slice biscuit roll in %-inch Howe, 919 North Michigan Avenue, mistakes in diet brings a returnof
a purchase. slices and place cut side up in the Chicago, Illinois. ulcer symptoms."

butter-sugar-nut mixture. Bake 20 (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)



CL1SW1STON' NEWS .. 1ntAY OCTOHEtt O..193),
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VOTES. Candidates" for every of- supervise and direct your activitiesin 1 hurdling equestrianism are the delight over by Miss Elizabeth Perry of

The Clewiston News I fice from President to Constable a thousand other ways. I of audiences, everywhere.' Fort Myers. A picnic lunch was
II '
all they The standard features the served on the church grounds at. Uu>
will be in our hair, and Many of these agencies rendera big -
I ask is" "your vote and support." helpful and needed service. Most Flying Concellos, the '''Riding Cris- noon hour.

Published every Friday... In ClewlstulI'l little pencil mark in front ,I'of them were created with the view tianis, the "Walkmlrs, the; Torrence- Officers elected for the coming,
Florida, by the Just a '
Ira of name. Not much to ask. Of I of providing the citizen aid, protec- Dolores, Dolly Jacobs and her rid- year included the following: Miss,
I a it is annoying to have to tion and guidance. How they are ing leopards and lion, the Pallen- Elizabeth Perry, Fort Myers, presi-

KEATIILEY UOAVUH.Y, Editor I quit course what you're doin' and go to I used depends on the character of berg's and their wonder 'bears and dent; Miss Eleanor Halgrim, :Fort
the polls, e3pecially if it's rainin'- the people you place in power. So all the' rest of them are back. Myers, vice president; Miss Thelma
does I folks, before "Vote for ME" Taylor of Bradenton, secretary and
:: i and what the hdifference you And harness races have come to I
Entered as second class mall matte ? -you'd better stop and think about < Miss Mae Hawley of Bradenton,
February 1. 1927 at the Post Office liClewiston ONE vote matter anyhow I the big top for the first time in
Florida, under the Act. ,'.'i "Vote for ME", say the signs. YOURSELF. I i circus' history- -pounding hoofs, fly- treasurer.ST. .

March 3. 1607.SubMerlplton. I "Vote for ME", sings the radio.. I nig manes, flashing; sulky, wheels.
"Vote for' ME", pleads the speaker. Huge Circus Has Air
Untc ?2.00 Per Year. I"Vote for ME", begs the card and First License Violator CHURCH
Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor
Advertising Union On AppHcnMon.Devoted I circular. "Vote for ME", blares the Conditioned Big TopWith
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loudspeaker.And Arrested By DelaneyActing Mass each Sunday morning at.
'the. advancement and most of us thoughtlessly do I 8 o'clock, excepting the ]last Sun
hire: of Clcwlston to and Hcndry O WCI-j; I I just that. We vote for Bill-he's a t the ,world's largest big top day of the month when the time Is
good guy or against John-the big sir conditioned and restyled in in- under orders from Gover- 10:30.

\ stiff. We spend three minutes in a terior' decor, the Big Show-Ring- nor Cone to arrest all drivers of Confessions are heard every Sat-
LA1SOR IS PLENTIFUL voting; booth making hasty cross ling Eros and Barnum & Bailey motor vehicles who could 'not show urday evening from 7:30 until .8:30
I, marks beside this name or that, I combined circus-boasting the tint driver's license beginning Monday, and before all the Masses.
bus train, by truck, by; ; t est performance in the finest 'setting H. L. that day
By by glad to get it over with. It, seldom I Sheriff Delaney arrested Week-day Mass every morning at
private car, by every other methodof 'occurs to us that the vote we castis in its impressive history as the Frank Bone, an employee of 18:00 o'clock. ,
transportation or travel almost I' for our country, our state, our I foremost amusement institution, of I Woodard's sawmill In the Devil's Devotions in honor of Our Lady
known to man the colored laborers; county, our 'community and OURSELVES all time, will exhibit in West Palm Garden area as the first violator. of Perpetual Help are conducted
are flocking into the Everglades 'I.Beach, Thursday, October 25. He was fined $15.00 or given the Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, "for-
this week from all over the south, That little cross mark before the Gargantua the Great, the giant alternative of fifteen days in jail. ( lowed by Benediction of the Most
hoping that fthey will be chosen as I name of a candidate for Congressor gorilla, the mightiest attraction in No other arrests are known ,to have Blessed :Sacrament.:

members of the army of canecutters I the United States Senate means this or any other country., -i,' this,---- been made this week. Religious Instruction Class for
who will begin harvesting the that you--e- content to give theI I season displayed in the world's lar- More than 1900 licenses had been children Saturday morning at nine

cane Monday morning from the vast I man of your choice the key to your gest traveling menagerie, where the cold in the county through Monday II here in Clewiston, and after Sunday
plantations of the United States; I safety deposit box, a joint checking crowds may gaze close up at him I and are still being issued, by Mass In Pahokee.
Sugar Corporation I II account at your bank, permission to at their leisure. As an adjunct to ty Judge W. T. Maddox. It coun-I' The Mass schedule of Pahokee Is

There was a time when there was I I run and and regulate your business,, the menagerie, a horse tent, displaying timated that there are still some 10:30 every Sunday, excepting 'the
fear of a labor shortage as a new the right to think and act for you in decorated stalls the 70 500 persons in the county who have I last Sunday of the month, when
harvest season began but that was 1:under any and all circumstances, to Kentucky equine beauties boughtby not secured the driving permit. Mass is at eight o'clock. The public -

before the colored workmen hatlearned 1 determine your conduct, control John Ringling North, presidentof Plans were made this week for I regardless of religious belief,
, all over the south how well i your affairs, confiscate your goods, I the circus, in and around Lexington the immediate hiring of thirty road is always welcome 'in this church.
labor is treated by the Everglades I I send you to war or to jail, act as last fall, connects with it. patrolmen for the state and these

sugar producers; the excellent guardian of your child, take what Performances start at 2:15 ant I thirty will be given a month's train- M

wages paid, the comfortable'ac- he chooses fr6m your income while 8:15: p. m. with the new streamlined ing at Bradenton before going into rim-i I"- 111po
commodations provided, the enter I you live and from your estate when Inaugural spectacle "The Work I service. tUoar
tainment and recreational facilities have passed on. yoU .
you Comes to the World' Fair, created
provided for their enjoyment and Every tiny cross mark you make costumed and produced by CharlesLe COMMUNITY CHURCH ,tI
the countless other things which gives some man or woman definite Maire, moving in iridescent mag Services Sunday October 22 how eaMf
have been done to make those who authority over you and yours. That nificence under the blue ceiling of Rev. Kent Pendleton, supply pastor l be to
have worked here wish to return I is what these candidates are asking the vast tent. Backgrounds of dra- I "ou\d

and make many others who have when they say "Vote for ME". pes and tasseled curtains, gold and Bible school meets at 9:45 a. m. build or
not worked here anxious for the How much do you know about silver center and quarter poles en- B. C. Flaniken, superintendent. buy,
time when restrictions" will be removed the operation of your government, hance the beauty of the pageantry,, Worship hour is at 11:00 a. m. a
and more jobs provided.So city, county, state and national? Do in which 2000 people and animals The sermon theme is "The Law of ref nal\c.c

,. as the 1939-1940 harvest sea- you KNOW what each candidate is take part.Terrell Christ". ", it"OuL
son gets underway there is a plen- asking for in the way of authority Jacobs, mighty mentor of Christian Endeavor meets on home

tiful supply of labor and so longas I power and compensation? jungle-bred beasts, will present the Mondays at 7:30 p. m., Kathryn 1
the present policy of the sugar If you are interested you might largest group of performing wild I Graham,leader. plan
corporation to properly care for its J write to Robert J. Dill, State Direc- animals ever seen in America50lions

colored labor continues there will tor of the Office of Government Re- and tigers.Gargantua The annual convention of the .

never be a shortage. ports, 1508 Lynch Building, Jack- the Great, the world's Southwestern district union of FULL DETAILS GIVEN...

osnville, and ask for a copy of the I largest and most ferocious captive ,Christian Endeavor Societies was WITH NO OBLIGATION
"Directory of Federal and State Departments gorilla, has grown since last year held last Sunday at Lake Harbor,

.:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I and Agencies in Florida. and stands 5 feet, 7 inches when I an all day session.
In it you will find listed the erect, weighs around 500 poundsand I Interesting talks were made by Buying a home
I various Federal and State agencies has an arm stretch of over 9 Rev. WI.) S. Hancock, pastor of the
of is
Too Late. To;: ClassifyBy I departments and bureaus operatingin feet. His huge air counditionedcage Lake Harbor Community Church" I the your finest.type own I t
this state, with the names of the is a sight in itself: Rev. Merrlt Slawson, pastor of the
: RUSSELL KAYIt men or women charged with their Heading the roster of features Canal Point Methodist Church G. of thriftClewiston

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. conduct. Agencies that control every newly imported from Europe are L. Royal of Lake Harbor, Mrs. 'JohnF. 1
phase of your daily life: that have 'the Pilades, who do the leaps from Woolslair, J. L. Leonard, Palm Federal.
power to fine or jail you; say who the long ramp and springboard overa Beach superintendent of public instruction -

ambitious won't be individuals long before will a flockof begallopin' you may hire and fire, wages you row of elephants, standing side I and Dudley Elvery, state. : I Savings and Loan
I I shall pay, hours you may work; supervise by side; the Zerbinis, foremost teeterboard ,- Christian Endeavor president.
hither and yon, slappin'backs farming operations, determine Kent Pendleton had chargeof
your acrobatic act of the Con-
shakin' hands, kissin' babies, i ipurveyin' i I what you may plant and tinent and cousins of the famous the installation of officers ,and I Association'BOWLING

cigars and exudin' prom- I how much; fix prices, say what you Riding Cristianis, who again head I the business session was presided I
ises. should pay for a shave and a haircut the _
the bareback riding numbers; u ------ '
Helpless trees and fence posts I how much you should shell out Great Arturo, fearless tumbler and I
will soon be adorned with all man- I for' a crease in your trousers or comic of the high wire; Hubert
ner of signs. Bumpers will be calledon fork over for a bottle of milk. Castle, acrobatic comedian of the

to carry gobs of cardboard re- Who you grant power to destroy tight wire; the Aicardis, amazing

minders. Windshields will be mess- your surplus, assess your property, novelty jugglers of fire torches; the
ed up with goofy stickers. Luncheon require a license, make periodic< inspections Faludys, springboard somersaulting

programs will be cluttered up with raise your taxes, censoryour marvels; the Iwanows, stars of the
introductions of "The Man Who" A and B Bowling Alley
) movies and radio programs;, aerial bars; Albert Powell, cpntor-
etc. Sound wagons will screech and condemn your wiring, demand your tionistic thriller of the flying trap-

squawk. Radio programs will be interrupted finger print, say 'when you shall eze; Albertino of London, Europe's Hours 2:00 p. m. till -
to bring us "Paid Politi- hunt or fish, what and when you
favorite clown and Lulu, the great-
Iond.afro \ 2 to 5 for first two MondaysDUCKPINS
cal Announcements" and a good can drink and eat, dictate the lengthof est woman clown of the age.. Ladies Free on
time will be had by.all. TENPINSTry
suit AND
your bathing quarantine And back to the Big Show comes
All of which is a. prelude to' the your home, determine what you the circus glamour girl-dashing the Nation's Favorite Pastime
great "Treasure Hunt" we term a mayor may not import or export, Dorothy Herbert, whose exciting
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National Election and the treasure I give you a "ticket", revoke your, horses and fire 'd_ .. .. .,'\ : '
laybacks on roaring --1J -
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sought by these eager searchers Is license, place you in an asylum, or -

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teachers meeting at the Church FOR MODERN: PLUMBING, ...
D. Hooker and I _
trade cards. A guest right halfback, J. ; I
beaifty1shop Wednesday at 7 m.: ... i.y ."
Fred Joss of fullback, Bud Vaughn ,For,. team p. ..r. .. .. : ..jSe .1. : .J;
prize was' given Mrs. two' at ends Johnj'Bethea' and ,Dick (I'- The' G.A' /s .meet ..Thursday-': :.f. i w. u::.11cCbLlrl.'bi: i ':"'*:''
Miami. I "'330: : : charge ='of/Mrs.
the juniors" in
I center< iu,i.es. Turner
Patterson; at ; ;
Personals Plumbing
r IJ Sandwiches, cookies and coffee right halfback, Ed Von Mach;":left Hodges' and the intermediates" in ;- and Heating _
were served by Mrs. Nail to Mrs.' halfback J. B. Brantley; and at charge of Mrs.' McLeroy,. ; : Schult Apartment ., ..

Roy Alston, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. fullback, Munselle Stone. Team We have our new roof on our Clevrlftton, Florida w

B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Number one will meet team three church and every one is smilingover
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly visitedin Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs. R. C. Wilson it. In the near future we are
Avon Park Sunday.Mr. Miss Palmer' Mrs. Lanier and planning to begin the stuccoing the J.M. COUSE -
Mrs. Joss.JUNIOR I outside of the building.
; Assembly ProgramThe Counselor and Attorney at Law
and Mrs. Foy Durrence have I junior and senior high school
returned from a visit with relatives GIRLS' CLASS Hopkins Building
pupils gave a most interesting as-
in Glennville, Ga. ENJOY PARTY sembly program Thursday morning WANTEDYoungman Wednesdays and Saturdays!
to 4:00Johnson's
Mrs. R. J. Blount and son, Billy, Junior Girls' Class of the which The program was enjoyed was as by follows everyone.: with filling stationor

visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCleni- Baptist Sunday School enjoyed a
I Friday ', afternoon at the Bible reading-Doris. Hodges.
than in Fort Denaud Friday. class party ) garage experience.
home of Mrs.. A. R. Broadfoot. Ma Junior Clas song "Here Come

Miss Marcia Avant is spendingthis mie Trice Harriet Alston and June the Juniors". Must be salesman and Fish Camp

week in Tampa visiting Mr. Colyer won prizes in the games Talk on"Six-Man Football by Dick (Near Hurricane Gate)

and Mrs. Jones Bryan which were played. Patterson. able to furnish bond.
Doris Simmons and Wilma Jean Vocal Duet "It Aint What 'Cha Clewiston, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. H.' H. Turner were Tingle' received dolls for bringingnew Do", J. D. Hooker and Munselle 'Box 6530 Clewiston I Boats and Mot..s-Guide Service

visitors Saturday in.West.. Palm members. into the class. Stone. Rates ReasonableW. .,
Beach. I I Refreshments of cookies and root Harmonica Solo "The Man With Fla. H. Johnson, Mgr. : :

beer' were served to Harriet Alston,, the Mandolin," Marie Robbins aI ,

Mrs. Fred Joss of Miami is the Shirley Kruger, Mamie Trice, Kath- I Harmonica' solo, "Beer Barrel I ....
guest of her sister, Mrs.: B. J. erine Dyess, Carolyn Robinson,, Polka'.'. -J. D. Hooker.; --

Schroeder and family. Wanda Jean Shelter, Jeanette Dob- Senior song, Si g.a. Song ofSeniors" I ..'..............!"!*..........."!"?"!"!"!"!"!"!..!..!.........'!*....*!**..-............................................................. .,"-A..II
bins, Jo Ann Walker, Doris Sim- .
Mrs; Ruth B. Owen of Miami, mons, June Colyer and Wilma Jean Louis Leiter was master of cere- t

was the guest of Mrs. Blanche Tur- Tingle. monies. y

ner Thursday.J. y
PARENT-TEACHERS HEAR Debating Club Meets y r

E. Beardsey was a business PROFESSOR R. W. TURK' The Debating and Dramatic Club i's
visitor in Miami and West Palm met Thursday, October 19. The '
Beach for several days this weeks. The Parent Teacher Association members of the club voted to bring CLEWISTON GOLF

heard an interesting talk from Prin- five cents a week as dues. Several .
Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mrs. cipal R. W. Turk at its meeting plays were discussed and the club .:, .i '. "' 's'i

Sara Jo Crews spent Friday in Se- Tuesday afternoon Mr. Turk's topic voted to review two three-act come- i I :,; ... I Ijf
bring. was "The Value of the School to dies. It was decided that the club COURSE I

the Community", and in his dis- should meet every Thursday morning :

Mrs. Roy Alston and Mrs. Vernon cussion he gave examples of the extra at 8:20. There were twenty-five jf : ;r'\i

Bryant will spend :Saturday shop- curricular work which the local members present. .. .,; .' s
in West Palm' Beach. this in all : "I '
ping school is instituting year ..
classes, Rev. Kent Pendleton talked FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :_:: I j I t.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Knapp of on "The Value of the Community to "The Friendly Church" .;. .c'. : .,. .
Madison, Wisconsin 'spent the weekend the; School" and emphasized the necessity Rev. H. G. McLeroy, Pastor. 's' I .

here with Miss. Marion Leydig. for character training as the I I f
basis for all educational programs.Mrs. Services every Sunday.. y !
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. B.
Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Bevoly and Richard 'Knight reported
Bettye Carol Flaniken and Mrs. I. plans and committee chairmen for E. Herring, Supt. I'

M. Pafford spent Saturday. in Fort the Hallowe'en carnival to Hal1owe'en.Prizes be sponsored mon Morning by the worship pastor.B. 11 a. m. Ser- :_. Open to the Public

Myers. by the PTA on
T. U. 6:15 p. m. Arch Hodges,
will be given for the best Y J hY
J. A. Gaskin, of Bradenton, Scout costumes and booths for bingo, fish director. I
Evening worship at 7:30 m. I Y
Executive of the Sunniland Council and other p.
pond, cake walk, dancing y
Boy Scouts of America, visited the attractions will be arranged.The Sermon by pastor. I .. h:
The Sunbeams will meet at the I
Clewiston troop Monday.Mrs. Association decided to send i, -:. ..
". '
a delegation to the next meetings of church Monday at 3:30 Mrs. A. R. I. :: .:"-,4- .. ...., .- .:' \ '. :.'--_. ;: ''
: A
R. M. Hare :returned Wed- the board of county commissioners Broadfoot in charge. :::: ::t'--. ;:,..,..:. .}
nesday from a visit of' three months and of the board of public Instruction Cottage prayer meeting Tuesdayat ::: :. .-: :;:

with her parents in Rock Hill, South and ask for the establishmentof 9 a. mat the home of Mrs. R. J. .s.S '0 > 's.'

Carolina. some health work.C. Blount. : :y Moderate Gree.i Fees : =:
-, E. Miner, school board member Tuesday: at 3:30 the W. M. S. :' ,

Carawan Nelson and W.' F. Simp- told of the progress on the new will meet at the church. =i: Exceptional Fairways : :i:
Wednesday the executive boardof
aU. S. Engineer thata
son are attending school building, and announced
t hearing ',on hyacinth removal work moving picture machine would be the Palm Lake W. M. U. will =:: Interesting Greens :i:
meet at Lake Worth Baptist Churchat
in Sanford today. demonstrated in the school auditor
10 a. .m. All our women are invited ''''
invited _
Thursday evening.' He 0
Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendletonand all interested to attend, as the district to attend. .,. ......................................................;................................................i*.j.*;..j*.j..j*.jjj*.j*.j*.)>j..j..j..j.*j..j.....lI.z.
Midweek and
Miss Ruth Knight attended a is considering purchasing a .

meeting of the Southeast Florida c.imilar machine' for the use--- Of the I .
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C. Mills, broke his right arm NEWS a._ ._=. Yy yy
just above the wrist in a fall at / .. 's"
the school playground Monday dur- :;::i: :;: :

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Intra- Iural Sports .... '" 's'.s'.s..s.
Word has been received in Clew- I .... .J"'s'...".
in the jun- .
Touch football games s -'
iston of the death on Ava Tuesday Victoria of ior and senior high school Inaugurated .s..s' ALL ELECTRIC ,;, ;",, ".::." :i:J:
last week of Mrs. :ss: '
of Cecil the intra-mural sports for .. 0 .,,: \;' :s.s: :
Crews of Venus, mother + ..
Crews of Clewiston and of Mrs. Er- [ 1939. In the junior high, game the :F:;: :: .',.' .' : ./'ri..:> :ii: : Iii
nestine Hooks, LaBelle. result was a scoreless, tie between ... ..: '. "r..: '' .....r." 1"/. HOME (, ... ': ,. *,;". .

were teams evenly one and matched three. The and two neither teams :!::: ': .: .<.\j:" : ., .. >.'r <; _;' :.. .: ::}
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,. chairmanof I" '\ ( : '" ... :, :: I
the Clewiston Red Cross chapter, team got within the other's 20 yard '!'ii Al'
line. Team number two will have a .s..!.
call chairman, '
and C. E.: Miner, roll
chance to show what they can do .
attended a regional meeting of Red XX ..s.ss .
Cross officials in Fort Pierce Wed- next week when they meet either : s: Electricity is the modern servant; ,a servant t h.++

nesday. ---- team Team one one or at three.ends The Paul lineups Slonakerand were: :;_;::s;: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of. the :.t.:si':":::

}> : of Bill Perry; center, Lynwood 'z"s' will do quickly IClent'i';3:!:
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bong Dixon; right halfback, SherwoodHall :z:::: home and one that everything e 's'.:.
Sioux Iowa, have moved to .s..s. .
City ..
Clewiston, Mr. Bong being employed ; left halfback, Willie Smith; ++ ly and economlca II y. Xi::

by ,the sugar -corporation. Mrs. and fullback Elbert Hooker. For yy's.. ..t''

Bong is the mother of Mrs. S. L. and team Junior three Keller at ends; center Carol, Redish Jimmy .+.'.+;. One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or *; ::: Is

Crochet. Elmore; right half-back, John Elkins Rob- :!::;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :_;:4:::
: halfback, Gary ;
: Mrs. G.for M.her Sears home is in leaving Shellman tomorrow -, fullback; Nick Schiffli. :::i t: your radio for ,most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is : :;:

Ga., after a visit of 'a. month with much The more senior exciting high with game team proved num- n one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that ,you use. i::

her daughter, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad f

and will family.accompany Mrs.Mrs.Kolstad Sears and to West Kim ber a 13 one to 7 handing shellacking.team number The first two :yy;:: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home--, :;::::

: Palm Beach' to board the train. I score team.'came number in the one first scored quarter on a when pass I r':*=: that is all electric and modern. :f;::

\ thrown by Bud Vaughan .'from his .
luncheon 's"s'.s.
Miss Marion Leydig had as -
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. opponents 35 yard line to'captain yy ..S
-/1) J. D. Hooker who caught .it on the 's"s' fAn
of Wisconsin Mr. and ,
Knapp yy
i Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs.R. 5 yard marker and stepped over the SERV:1::1:*
N. Smith and sons Bobbie and goal line to make,, the score .....
Mr. and Captain Hooker added the extra 's'"
Howard, D. S. Herbertson,
point on a beautiful placement held +f
Mrs. Leah Spicer xf.
Mrs. I. D. Leydig
.by Bud Vaughn. The second score : EXTRAVAGANTLY :;::;:
and Miss Betty Spicer. 1 :F; ANT-USE IT .
came in the second quarter when .?..;.
f Rev. and Mrs. H. G. McLeroy Captain Munselle Stone of team two fX'z" 'i"i''s'
the 1 threw a pass into the arms of Dick /2. 's'.z'
moved into
have YY
and San Benito I Tarleton the opposing left halfback :::i:
of Sagamore ;
corner recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. R. who raced 40 yards for the second :;::: : : .jil; I

H. Knight. The property is owned' score. A pass from Hooker to Tarle- .s..s.'s"S' AUV ,. '

Schult and has been ton was complete but was short so yh yy....
Mrs. E. A. .
by I II 'd h
failed. This made
the extra point
the First Baptist Churchas '
rented by I II

a parsonage. I way the score until 13 the to last 0. play It remained of the game that' Ii Glades Power and Light Co. t!

MRS. NALL ENTERTAINS' I when J. B. Brantley passed to Mun- "'
WEDNESDAY selle Stone for a touchdown. The "
I same combination clicked again for 's"S' ,'- yyy 'z..s'Y

entertained her the extra point and the game ended yyy.
Mrs. C. .. yy
bridge clubat her home Wednesdayevening. 13 to 7. The lineup for team one yyyf.

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CHAPTER Continued ing, or the pretty girls who whistled "What about the man? Nice fellow, I II given him none of iti! She had !
-15- v and sang-on Christmas day in the hope-" .' ; laughed at him-been his good comrade yw y

Adelaide sat motionless, eyes on morning. "Very nice, Mr. Towne," she Little Lucy adored him-and R'i'(

her plate. When she spoke again it When all the gifts had been distributed flushed, and her manner seemed to had set St. Valentine's day for the 3U

was of other things. "Did you hear the lights in the room were forbid further questioning. She went wedding!
that Delafield is coming back?" turned out. The only illuminationwas 'away, and he, gave orders to the There was nothing small about
"Who told you?" asked Frederick. the golden' effulgence which en- cashier to see that she had an in- Edith Towne. She knew fineness WNU Service.

"Eloise Harper. Benny's sister circled the tree. crease in the amount of her final when she saw it, and she had a feel-

saw Del at Miami. She is sure he In his monk's robe, within that check. "She will need some pretty ing of humility in the presence of

is expecting to marry the other circle of light, Evans seemed a mys- things. And when we learn the date little Lucy "I think it was my

girl." tical figure. He seemed, too, appro- we can give her a present." fault as much as Del's" she stated."I V6

"Bad taste, I call it." 'priately ascetic, with his gray hair, So on Saturday night Lucy left, should never have said 'Yes.'
"Everybody is crazy to know who the weary lines of his oldyoungface. and on the following Monday a card People haven't any right to marry

she is." was brought up to Edith Towne. who feel as we did."
"Have they any idea?" But his voice was fresh and clear. She read it. "Lucy Logan? I "Oh," Lucy' said rapturously, r /

"No. Benny's sister said he talked And the song he sang hushed the don't believe I know her," she saidto "how dear of you to say that. Miss

quite frankly about getting married.But great room into silence. the maid. Towne, I always knew you were-

he wouldn't say a word about "She says she is from Mr. big. But I didn't dream you were

the :woman." "0 little town of Bethlehem, Towne's office, and that it is im so beautiful Tears wet her cheoks.

"I hardly think he will find Edith How still we see thee lie, portant." "You're just marvellous," she

heart-broken." Towne glanced Above thy deep and dreamless "Miss Towne," Lucy said as Edith said, wiping them away. By burning 25% slower than

'across the table. Edith was not sleep, approached her, "I have resigned "No, I'm not." Edith's eyes were the of the 15 otherof
wearing the willow. No shadow The silent stars go by; from your uncle's office. Did he on the fire. "Normally, I am rather -
marred her lovely countenance. Her Yet in thy dark streets shineth tell you?" proud arid-hateful. If you had the largest-selling brands

eyes were clear and shining poolsof The everlasting light, "No. Uncle Fred rarely speaks come a week ago-" Her voice fell
sweet content. The hopes and fears of all the about business." away into silence as she still staredat tested-slower than any of

Her uncle was proud of that high- years With characteristic straightfor- the fire. them-CAMELS give a smok
Edith not Are met in thee tonight." Lucy looked at her "A
held head. He and might wardness Lucy came at once to the curiously.
always hit it off. But, by Jove, he point. "I have something I mu'stttalk week ago?" ing plus equal to
was proud of her. He sang as if he were alone in over with 'you. I don't know Edith nodded. "Do you like fairy

"No, she's not heart-broken," Ad- some vast arched space, beneath whether I am doing the wise thing. tales? Well, once there was a prin-

elaide's cool tone disturbed his reflections spires that reached towards Heaven, But it is the only honest thing." cess. And a page came and sang-

"she is, getting her heart behind, some grille that separatedhim "I can't imagine what you can under her window." ,The fire purredand
mended." from the world. have to say." crackled. "And the princess-

"What 'do you mean?" And now it seemed to him that he i "No you can't. It's this-" she liked the song-"

"They are an attractive pair, lit- sang not to that crowd of upturned hesitated, then spoke 'with an ef "Oh," said Lucy, under her A

tle Jane and her brother. And the faces, not to those men and womenin fort. "I am the girl Mr. Simms is breath.
boy, has lost his head." shining silks and satins- not to in love with. He wants to come She stood up.ul can't tell you

"Over Edith? Oh, well, she plays Jane who was far away, but to those back and marry me." how thankful I am that came."

around with him; there's nothing se- others who pressed close-his com- Edith's fingers caught at the arm "You're not going to run away
rious in it." rades across the Great Divide! of the chair. "Do you mean that it yet," Edith told her. "I want you

"Don't be too sure. She's inter- So he had sung to them in the was because of you-that he didn't to have lunch with me. Upstairs.

ested." hospital, sitting up in his narrow marry me?" I You must tell me all your plans."

"What makes insist on that?" "I haven't many. And I reallyoughtn't
you "Yes. He used to come to the of- "
irritably."I fice when he was in Washington and to stay.
know the dear the "Why not? I want you. 'Pleasdon't
signs, man, dictate letters. And we got in the "
cat seemed 'to purr, but she had way of talking to each other. He say no.
So they went, with the
up per-
seemed to enjoy it, and he wasn'tlike
And it Adelaide who turbed parlor maid speaking
was was some men-who are justsilly.And .
Edith had to the knowl- through the tube to the pantry. 3 r
right. come I began to think about him a a
edge that night of what Baldy meantto lot. But I didn't let him see it. And- "Miss: Towne wants luncheon for
her. two, Mr. Waldron. In her room.
A he told me afterward, he was always -
Something nice, she and plenty -
As she had entered the ballroommen thinking of me. And the morn- says
of it.
had crowded around her. ing of your wedding day_he came
Little had sucha
"Why," they demanded, "do you 1W down to the office-to say 'Good-by.' Lucy never seen
d1 the to which Edith
room as one
wear mistletoe, if you don't wantto y He said he-just had to. And-well, EXTRASMOKES
; J S led her. The whole house was, indeed -
pay the forfeit? 41 ( he let it out that he loved me, and
a dream palace. Yet it was
Backed up against one of the mar didn't want to marry you. But he
ble pillars, she held ,them off. "I said he would have to go on with it. the atmosphere with which her lov-
would surround her. She
do want to pay it, but not to any of And-and I told him he must not er soon
had a feeling almost of panic. What
you. Miss Towne.
Her frankness diverted would she do with a maid like Alice,
Edith stared at her. "Do you
"Who is the lucky man?" 1 mean that what he did was your 'who ,was helping Josephine set up
"He is here. But he doesn't knowhe fault?" the folding-table, spread the snowy
cloth, bring in the hot silver dishes?
is "
lucky. "Yes, Lucy's face was white, "if PER.
They thought she was joking. But you want to put it that way. I told As if Edith divined her thought, .
she said when the maids had left I
she was not. And on the other side him he hadn't any right to ,
marry "
of the marble pillar a page in scar- you if he loved me." She hesitated, "Lucy, will you let me advise" ?

let listened, with joy and fear in his then lifted her eyes to Edith's witha "Of course, Miss Towne. I

heart. "How fast we are'g'oing.. glance of appeal. "Miss Towne, "Don't try to be-like the rest of PACK
How fast." us. Like Del's own crowd, I me n.
I wonder if you are big enough to
There was dancing until midnight, believe that it was just because I He fell in love with you becauseyou

then the curtains at the end of the cared so much-and not because of were different. He" will want

room were drawn back, and the his ?" you to stay-different. iP
money "But I shall have so much to
tree was revealed. It towered to "
"You think you love him?. she "
the ceiling, a glittering, gorgeous ... demanded. learn.
thing. It was weighted with gifts Edith was impatient. "What must
"I know I do. And you don't. You
for everybody, fantastic toys mostof "And-1 told him he must not, never have. And he didn't love you. you learn? Externals? Let them

them, expensive, meaningless. Miss Towne." Why-if he should lose every cent alone. Be yourself. You have dig- ? ;
Evans back of the nity-and strength. It was the p .
tomorrow and I had to the ,a.
bed-and most of the men who had strength in that won Del. You
crowd, was aware of the emptinessof you
road with him, I'd do it gladly.
listened weregone.As and he can have a life together that k'i
it all. Oh, what had there been And wouldn't. You wouldn't
throughout the evening to make men'think the last words rang out his I want you him unless he could give you will mean a great deal, if you will I. Y;
of the Babe who had been born audience seemed to wake with a have would make him go your way. But you
sigh. everything you now, not his-" ..
at Bethlehem? must go i.
? Would Miss Towne?
The gifts of the Wise Men? Per- Then the lights went up. But the you Edith's you,of justice dictatedher Lucy considered that. "You mean
haps. Gold and frankincense and monk had vanished! that the crowd he is with weakens
"No she found her-
answer. ,
myrrh? One must not judge too Evans left word with Baldy that self "If I him?"
narrowly. It was hard to keep sim- i he would go home on the trolley. "I "I mean just that. They're so- 4 \\
had to tramp the roads with him,
plicities in these opulent days. am not quite up to the supper and I'd be bored to death." phisticated beyond words. You're
Yet he was heavy-hearted, and all that. Will you look after Mother what they would callprovincial.Oh .
"I think he knew that Miss
when Eloise Harper charged up to ?" be provincial, Lucy. Don't be
Towne. He told that if he didn'tmarry
him, dressed somewhat scantily 'as "Of course. Say, Evans, that song me afraid. But don't adopt their ways.
a dryad, and handed him a foolish was top notch. Edith wants you to you, your heart wouldn't be You go to church, don't you? Say
broken. That it would hurt
monkey on a stick, she seemed to sing another." just your'prayers? Believe that God's in
suggest a heathen saturnalia rather "Will you tell her I can't? I'm your pride. His world?"

than anything Christian and civilized sorry. But the last time I sang Edith had a moment of hysterical Lucy's fair cheeks were ,flushed.

that was for the fellows-in France. mirth. How they had talked her "Why, of course I do." .
"A for monk said And it-got me-" over. Her lover-and her uncle's "
monkey a 1 "Well, we don't-not many of us,
Eloise. "Mr. Follette, your cassockis "It got me, too," Baldy confided; stenographer! What a tragedy it said Edith. "The thing you have
"made all this had been! And what a comedy!
frightfully But seem-silly.
you got to do is to interest Del in some-
know you are a whited sepulchre." She leaned forward a little lock- thing. Don't just go sailing away
"Am I?" It was just before New Year's ing her fingers about her knees. "I with him in his yacht. Buy a farm

"Of course. I'll bet you never say that Lucy Logan brought a letter wish you'd tell me all about it." over in Virginia, and help him makea

your prayers." for Frederick Towne to sign, and So Lucy told the simple story. success of it."

She danced away, unconsciousthat when he had finished she said, "Mr. And in telling it showed herself so "But he lives in New York."

her words had pierced him. Towne, I'm sorry, but I'm not goingto naive, so steadfast, that Edith was "Of course he does. But he car.

What reason had she to think that work any more. So will you aware of an increasing respect for live anywhere. He's so rich that he
any of this meant more to him than please accept my resignation?" the woman who had taken her placein doesn't have to earn anything, and

it did to her? Had he borne witnessto He showed his surprise. "What'sthe the heart of her lover. She per- his office is just a fiction. You must

the faith that was within him? matter? Aren't we good enoughfor ceived that Lucy had come to this make him work. Go in for a fad;

And was it within him? And if not, you?" interview in no spirit of triumph.She blooded horses, cows, black Berk.I .
vrhy? "It isn't that." She stopped and had dreaded it, but had felt it shires.

He stood there with his foolish went on, "I'm going to be mar- her duty. "I thought it would be I: (TO BE CONTINUED)
monkey on his stick, while around ried, Mr. Towne." easier for you if you knew it be-

him whirled a, laughing, shrieking "Married?" He was at once con- fore other people did." The Name George

crowd. Why, the thing was a carni- gratulatory. "That's a pleasant Edith's forehead was knitted in a The name George is from the

val, not a sacred celebration. Was thing for you, and I mustn't spoil it slight frown. "The whole thing has Greek, and means "farmer or hus.
there no way in which he might bear by telling you how hard it is going been most unpleasant," she said. bandman"literally, "tiller of the

witness? to be to find someone to take your "When are you going to marry soil." Although St. George is Eng-
Edith had asked him to sing the place." him?" land's patron saint that name was

old ballads, "Dame, get up and "I think if you will have Miss "I told him on St. Valentine'sday. uncommon in English before 1700. "
bake your pies," and "I saw three Dale? She's really very good." It seemed-romantic." Since then it has been borne by six J))1'
ships a-sailing." Evans was in no Frederick was curious. What kindof Romance and Del! Edith had a British monarchs, and has become The Ads Mean Money

mood for the dame who baked her lover had won this quiet Lucy? sudden illumination. Why, this was one of the most popular names in ReadersLANIEIN
pies on Christmas day in the morn- Probably some clerk or salesman. what he had wanted, and she had England and America. Saving to



Why It's HollywoodThe
famous center of the American HOUSEHOLD
'film industry was named by a
lady, Mrs. H. H. Wilcox. As long OUR COMIC SECTION QUESTIONSBoiled

ago as 1883 she went to live there
with her husband, who started to
fruit.Presently. Vegetables.-Vegetables,
others came and set- if allowed to stand in water after

tied in the picturesque spot, and they are boiled, become soggy.

-; it community became necessary a name. As to give the first the ., 0 I Events in the Lives of Little MenI I Dp Drain and use off fOf water soup* they.* stock..* ,are boiled in

settler, Mr. Wilcox was given the
r honor of christening the place, and Decorations on Cookies. When
,: he decided to call it Cahuenga, decorations are added to cookie

after the local Indian tribe, but his i dough-such as dates or nuts-,
wife disagreed, and suggested / N[ ALL THE TIMEtNESETwO GREEN ,/, ; \ press them well down into the
which agreed dough. Otherwise they may come
Hollywood, was upon.
EPr 6ETT7N6 a G off the
She got her inspiration from a during .baking..
c' large wooden cross which mission- PLACE WAS ,
aries had set up on the hills, and AMP 0I66ER.THE I Sandwich Filling.-Flaked sal-
YOU COULD HEAR mon and chopped cucumber pickles -
which the Indians referred to as SILENT AS A1bM6 ?

the holy wood. A PIN PORE TWO GREEN :' 1 1 make moistened a tasty sandwich with mayonnaise filling. .


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Pattern 1955
,. :' One of the unique timepieces of
Europe is the flower clock at In- II. Here's pick-up work you'll thor-
'; terlaken, Switzerland. Year after c NAVE YOU READ( FRICKL ES: oughly enjoy. Eight-inch squares!!

year a new dial for this clock is SIR ? .ir1ftT crocheted with a 'large hook to;
... I provided by the, planting of thou- P. .i. make a colorful afghan. Pattern!
sands of tiny plants and flowers. 1955 contains directions for afghan -;

The mechanism of the clock is ; illustrations of it and of;,
., buried underground in a hermeti- :.exx. ? stitches; materials required; color!

cally sealed case which protects 7 schemes; photograph of square.
it from the dampness of the soil. t'SM.v Send 15 cents in coins for this
.0 pattern to The Sewing Circle
Throughout the summer it keeps '
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Children like them. Buy nowAdv.All .
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in Time

No rock so hard but that a little i _
beat admission in f
wave may a
When your husband (or wife) gets
thousand years.-Tennyson. r JUST ORDINARY cross, ugly and grouchy; when he
BROWN finds fault with the coffee, the eggs,
I, the bacon, and the cook, you may
ONES well suspect that he has a touch of
0 biliousness or so-called "Torpid
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I he may need to set him straight
.A 13 a little calomel, or better still,
Calotabs,the improved calomel com-
II pound tablets that make calomel-
taking a pleasure.Calotabs
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give you the combined
ByJ. effects of calomel and salts, helping

Millar WattWNU Nature and to washing expel it the out sour of the, stagnantbile system.

'Ht If .iii lf.j! One or two Calotabs at bedtime witha
glass of water,-that's all. Next
i:4: :is i7 ? l morning your system feels clean
and refreshed, your head is clear,

fl. A GREAT VARIETY SHOW !: !: !!!i!!! :! 3:=!! ::1J:!!: !! !! ..:LY: :fI'I1AVE ;:!!J!: ing your fine spirit with bright a hearty, and you appetite are feel-for

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David BROEKMAN'S Orchestra ages bearing the trade mark "Calotabs.
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twenty-five cents;trial package ten cents,
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xl1IL CLr1V1STON NEWS FltlDAY, OCTOUiUlt: HO, IO8tiDemonstration :

l'AGI lJitIlT! -

W without need T. Hull and H. A. Horn, general f Boca Grande on Thanksgiving Day. I II DAN BEAKDSLEY ATTENDS "'"'\
rapid '
Movie recovery was I' manager of the Standard Lumber I i LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION
for the serum. .
contracted of Live Oak who had issued :- I -
have Company ": I
Billy is said to I :..'' '.'t"
At School Last Night the disease when blood from an a check to Daughtery for the 5 1 r I Dan Beardsley, son of Mr. and
infected rabbit which he was clean- taxes and never received a tax receipt HUNTING f."? Mrs. J. E. Beardsley of Clewiston,
cut! on his Stewart stated that the check was a delegate last week at the
entered an' open
W. A. Walker, Halsey-Grifflth hand. had been deposited in his bank and for National Convention of the Inter-
representative of West Palm Beach tho auditors showed that there was MoreBUSINESS national Live Stock Exposition. DanIs
was in Clewiston Thursday night no accounting for the account. The I I II r mcr presiden't of the Pahokee Chapter -,
with a moving picture projector: Public Invited .To list of errors and insolvencies introduced 1 I I Future Farmers of America,

which he demonstrated to a capacity by clerk W. T. Hull was Try Our Ads and was elected delegate from Florida -
crowd in the school auditorium Faculty Reception considered one of the most impor- to the Exposition. He is a stu-
composed of members of the Par II tant pieces of evidence. dent of the Pahokee High School.
ent-Teachers Association, 'school faculty I Defense attorneys were given
members and Harry Kenningand I An informal reception ]honoring I time to file petitions for a new
his Red Cross first aid class. I members of the CI wiston Schoolfaculty trial by Judge Whitehuist before
The projector is a IG-mm machine will be given at the school sentence is imposed.
with sound track on the film I' building at eight o'clock next 'Mon( The defense was represented by

and Is the latest type for u-se in a day evening, October 23rd. (Judge W. D. Bell of Arcadia and
school room for visual instruction. The. reception is being sponsored I[ Louis O. Gravely of LaBellc. State I
Mr. Walker showed first a film to I by the P. T. A. and a cordial invi- Attorney Wilson was as"istcd by
method of teach >._? i,. extended fn alL, whether I' .
demonstrate this lauun is Snmtpr Leitaer! of Arcadia.i
ing showing the introduction of I'! parents of school children or not, I i i- : O. Ward: of Clewislou ','{as 1 1

,subject, review work, stimulation of j to attend. foreman of the"six-man jury. Other ,
interest, etc. He also showed a com members were: B. J. Schroeder,,
bination entertaining and educational PNEUMONIA PATIENT I I ClCAViSton, and Joe Griffin, T. J.

film, shots from the recent Paramount I I Boatright and Ralph Hendry of La-
success of the oil industry,, Myre Ann Sapp of Avon Park who III I Belle.

"High, Wide and Handsome." II has been visiting,, her grandparents i I
Following this 'demonstration Mr. :.Ir. and Mrs[ Boll hro, has been I II I
Kenning showed two films on life- 'confined to the Clewiston Hospital Cane. ..". ': lairI .
which had been takenat several days with an attack of I
saving work j for ( From Page 1)) hill When it rains,the patented deep emergency I
Carolina. She icportied >
a camp in North double pneumonia: was drain channel carries off seepage water instantly .
; this morning to be well on the coming into production. and keeps the roof weather-tight
Fire Control Board goad to recovery. Regular workers of the corporr l and leak-proof.'Only genuine Super Chan
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------- ---- --- tion have been at work all summermaking I neldrain has the patented construction.
WednesdayThe i preparations for.. the o;>ruing Only Super Channeldrain Roofing gives
Meets Here : I''Harlem AcademyAddition of the 1939-1040 season and I / you the extra long life of COP-R-LOY
Wheeling's famous rust-resisting copper
when the house icccivcs its;;
Nearly DoneThe sugar alloy. Super Channeldrain,is also easy to
Fire Control Board will hold first car of cane' for crushing Tues- I lay. We supply all needed accessories.
its next regular meeting here next 1 |day it is anticipated that the grin -

Wednesday afternoon beginning atone twenty-six foot square; addi- { ing season will get underway with

o'clock at the Clewiston Inn, tion to Harlem Academy to accomo- mid-season efficiency. ROYAL LUMBER COMPANYPHONE
according to C. E. Miner, localboard date the ever-increr.sins number of I

member. colored students ,is almost: ready, Tigers Overpower- 88
Much important business is expected : and is expected to be furnished and
to be transacted and a report ready for use in the next ten days (Continued From Page One) I Prices Competitive
time from a I ,
at that .
is expected or two weeks.A I
joint fire control and Everglades new workshop has also been The Tigers added to their score I |
Drainage committee who were to built separately from the school with another marker in the second I =

have interviewed Governor Fred P. building and is equipped with wood- quarter when Hooker took the ball .
Cone in regard to board finances: working machinery in order that a cleverly executed reverse from I'on

before the meeting. manual training may be taught. Stone and ran twenty yards for f

Principal Thomas is said to have \ the touchdown. Again the conversion NOMES IN '
Rev. Pendleton Is \ had considerable experience in failed and the half ended with

teaching this course and was trainedin I the Tigers _on the long end of the -
Kiwanis Speaker II the work at Tuskegee Institute. 1 12-0 count. ,: ,:;, '" ,
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Boca Grade was unable to push -,
Scouts Hold across a score until the third quarter -
Rev. Kent Pendleton, supply pastor Boy when E. Parketon, Tarpon full- \ I ;

during October at the Clewiston Court Of Honor, back, passed 35 yards to M. Futch
Community Church, was a most Interesting who took the pass on the Clewistonfive I II ( ,
speaker at the weekly and trotted across for the I "

meeting of the Kiwanis Club at the 1 J. A. Gaskin, scout executive of I marker. A reverse, Parketon to "

Inn Wednesday' evening. the Sunniland Council, of Braden- Downing to Parketon added the '
Rev. Pendleton. poke of the value and conversion point. I
ton, was here Monday night ''s.
as is stressed by tho Scout follows: ,:: j<<.<.
of: cooperation held a Court of Honor at the The lineups were as >Iomft of p'
various service clubs and illustratedhis Boca Grande: Gaines, LE; Joyj j

point by a number of interestIng Hut.The rank of Star Scout was given .er, RE; Renaker, C; D. Futch, QB; ) dfflfe.Tk "HOME, SWEET HOME" .
and humorous examples Bobby Broadfoot who also received Downing LH; E. Parketon RH.

his own experience. merit badges in public health and (| Clewiston: Brantley, LE; Lang, OWN
book-binding. Sherwood Hall received RE; ''B. Davis, C; Ed Von Mach, oti!: y This was the home of John

Rabbit Fever VictimIs a merit badge in handicraft and ] QB; Stone, LH; J. D. Hooker, RH. lh d V I I-toward Payne, author of one I HOME
Nicky Schiffli a merit badge in per- Substitutions for the Tiger's were: \-t t4.S'\-, ..;
of America's best loved
Improving RapidlyBilly sonal health. J. Davis for B. Davis at center; } songs

The new troop committee was Felix Slonaker for Brantley at end I 1

M. M, I present at the meeting. This committee and Harry Vaughn for Von Mach at ., ,, Let us help you achieve the security
of Mfs.
Hendry, son brought is composed of C. E. Bobbins, quarterback. I \ and comfort of home of :>'
McCall'of Moore Haven was W. : a your own "
chairman, J. E. Beardsley, A. Hooker, Stone and Lang play-' ,
here the first of the week for treat- I for the Tigers
Lawrence and W. C. Owen. ed the entire game
ment of a case of rabbit fever and each played brilliantly both on I

(tularemia) by Dr. John P. Higgins. Convicted- offense and defense, against the!I
The disease was formerly consid- Daughtery '
ered'a very serious one and fatal Tarpon Boca backs.Grande defeated Clewiston I Clewiston Federal Savings

in many instances. A serum has (Continued From Page 1) last year in tho game at Boca j
which gives
been perfected however l L. Stewart, cashier of the First Grande and tied the Tigers 0-0 in i it
Dr. I
excellent control of the disease. re- Bank of Clewiston, County Clerk W. the return game on Thanksgiving. I and; Loan Ass'ociation
Higgins reports that Billy's, I Elbert Clewiston will play this year in j
treatment and that W. B. Johnson::; R. N. .Miller, .
sponded to other I
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