The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00369
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1932
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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00369
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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a special meeting of the board
:'' RUSH PITCHES GREAT GAME TO of county commissioners Wednesday I EAST BEACH TOWN PREPARES

? SWAMP EAST BEACH TEAM polling places and election officialsfor FOR GALA EVENT BEGINNING -

ON HOME: GROUNDThe the election -* WEDNESDAY
primary June 7th
: I I
I were named. Following is the list

Clewiston Cane Breakers.! made: I I PAHOKEE. May 5.-Date for the

smarting under the defeat handed I Precinct 1, Clewiston .frtix.? ,1 y holding of the East Beach Bean,

r them here a week ago by an aggregation Polling place, Clewiston Motor Co. i.-A. r Festival, sponsored by the East
W. A. Davis. clerk Beach Post of the American Legion
i: hailing from Pahokee, returned -! ; James E.
Beardsley, J. F. Tippey, W. W. Pres- has been announced by Guy Stovall
the game in the latter city Sunday -
:. ton, inspectors, and G. H. Small spec- manager. The date was tentativelyset
afternoon and with blood in the! ial deputy sheriff. as May 9 to May 15.inclusive but
< eye and revenge in their hearts,I Precinct 2. W. LaBelle has been changed with the openingday

smothered that cocky bunch of high I Wpi.'R I Polling place, old bank building. scheduled as Wednesday, May

.2,- I, L. M. Jennings, Jr., clerk; S. A. 11, and continuing through the weekto
school youngsters to the tune of 11 '
j I Graves, Alice E. ,Hall, Jiwwy Blount, 'S Jt Saturday, May 15.
to 2.
i I inspectors and M. F. Yeomans, special ;: s ., Plans for the festival are in the

:: Displaying a brand of "heads up" !, S I deputy sheriff. I--- last stages of development. Sheltersfor

F, baseball, with lots of pep and fight j| w S w*S i Precinct 3, E. LaBelle housing exhibits and booths suit-

that has been absent all season, they Polling place, Everett Hotel.A. COL., J. M. LEE able for the display of Everglades
L. Taylor, clerk; Amanda A.
I produce have been completed and
-" home lads presented an air tight dc- HON. JOHN'. W. MARTIN I
Dipping into the Everglades terri-
Hedges, Sylvia M. Hill, T. A" Mar-
in readiness
: are for the opening day.
fense behind the stellar pitching I
' ; I who will address voters here kett. inspectors, and Lee Yeomans, tory on his tour of the state, J. M-
7 Rush and their batting eye was not. to'j'j I An arrangement of educational
morrow afternoon at four special deputy sheriff. Lee. Avon Park attorney and candi-
to be denied. They routed the offer- displays will include a collection of
date for State will deliver
His shaking was originally sched- Precinct 4. Ft. Denaud Comptroller, -
j i ings of three Pahokee flingers, and I I a speech in Clewiston Wednes- insects from the Everglades regionby
uled for Saturday night but was Polling place Duvall's Garage
the club succeeded in the local chapter of the Future
__ every man on
day night In the interest of his can-
.' changed to avoid conflict with the j I building
p j", jristcrirg with a clean bingle be- Farmers of America; a booth show-
county rally to be held in Felda J. M. Walker, clerk; Walter Line- didacy. Definite location of thespea'king
fore the session was over, with Dick Ing some of the wild life of Florida
I tomorrow night.Community. back, F. J. Dana, R. M.: Burchard. was not known at the time
Hooks, Bolton, and Williamson leading under the auspices of the state game
the announcement received late
Inspectors, G. A. Graham, special was
m the attack. deputy sheriff. yesterday afternoon.Mr. and fish department; exhibits of pro-
I duce and industry of the state prison
Manager Hooks' again sent Rush
-, Precinct 5, Felda Lee will speak in LaBelle on
to the firing line and the big right Church farm; American Red Cross home
Polling place old house of R. B. Wednesday afternoon before coming
:;, hander was. at his best. limiting the I demonstration work, the state
Waldron. to Clewiston. After his speech here
Elects Officers marketing bureau, Woman's club;
opposition to three widely scattered SundayFive
Mrs A. G. Carr, clerk; Marvin Mr. Lee will go to Pahokee wherehe
the Belle Glade American Legion and
hits and retiring eight men via the Taylor, J. T. 'Warn ck, I.' L. Fitz- is scheduled to appear on the

strike out route in the seven frames I hugh, inspectors. Ezra Hull, special platform there Thursday afternoon. others
;, that he worked. He was complete trustees, three elders. and sheriff.IMPORTANT Among the agricultural, horticul-
Another tour of the Everglades is
master of the situation at all times officers for the Sunday School were I' tural and poultry exhibits will be
: planned by the Avon Park candidate
and was in trouble only once during selected at the Clewiston Community -, PACTS FORCANDIDATES one from the Hugh Dillman Sandy
later in the campaign his campaign I -
: the game, when, in the fifth inning, Church Sunday night at a spec-I TO KNOW Loam farm from the Lake Worth
manager, Gilbert Freeman, said.
with three men on and nobody down, ial meeting of the I t Drainage District, which recently

,c he arose to the occasion by retiring E. Beardsley, who had acted as sole I For the guidance of voters and AMOS ANNOUNCES FOR RE- l had such an unusual exhibit at the

.; three men on successive strikeouts.I trustee for the past year was returned candidates in the coming primary I Belle Glade fair and which will have
.:. With the game salted away, Digges to his post and Miss Marion elections the ,following informationis AS I keen competition from the exhibits

was sent to the mound at the begin- I Leydig, W. C. PrewItt, H. R. Hall I given: from Everglades stations.
Tallahassee Fla.
ning of the eighth for a workout, and. MrsR.. Y. Patterson were named '1. Last day for candidates to May 5-Comp-
troller' Ernest Amos Alligators, Indians and an Indian
today qualified
to complete the board of trustees: qualify, May 13th.
and he made impressive showingin
an village. composed of Indians from
with Secretary of State. R. A. Gray,
the remaining two innings.Manager of the church. I 2. Last day for payment of poll II
for his candidacy for the Democratic the reservation at Immokalee, Fort
tax May 21st. ,
Hooks shifted his men, Marshall Yenawine. I. D. Leydig Poll i nomination for State Comptroller in Lauderdale, Cow Creek and Brighton,
3. taxes for the years 1930
putting Joe Cato, ,in left field and and A. W. Lawrence were ordained and 1931 must I the June primaries. Mr. Amos. who will make up a special feature depict-
Jimmie Crouch in center, and apparently I in appropriate service as elders. for 4. First statement of 'campaign is now serving his fourth' term in I ing the "Everglades of the Past."
ie church.
he presented the strongest line expenses due not earlier than May :this office, believes that the state's Arrangements have been made to

up of the season. but most importantof Officers for the Sunday School included 8th, and not later than May 13th. 'future prosperity is assured if sound I obtain Fred Dobell, with his high

all, was the voluntary services of 'Dr. J. W. Ezelle, superin- 5. Second statement of @xpenses policies of economies are set up by wire act. as a special attraction this
two of Clewiston's fairest young ladies tendent; Mrs C. W." McDonald, assistant the next legislature. .
l due between May 26 and May 30.
:who carried water for our swelt- superintendent; Evelyn Hare year.A
6. Third statement of expenses number of entries have been
ering athletes, and who, no doubt, secretary; I. D. Leydig, treasurer,
due between June 8th and July 8th. made in the beauty contest, which is
furnished the inspiration that car- and Vesta Allen. pianist.. Two Cars Collide On
7. First primary will be held on open to contestants from all sections
ried our Cane Breakers to heights Although the board of missionsof
June 7th., around Lake Okeechobee, as well as
unknown before this season. the Presbyterian church contributes Pahokee Road BridgeA
8. Second (or run-off)primary the coastal area ,between Miami and
Efforts are being made to close 1 largely to the support of the will be held on June 28th. Fort Pierce. This contest will be in

contracts for a game with Ft. Myers!I little church here, tie members of charge ,of Bill C. Deason of Pahokee

next Sunday afternoon at the local the church represent all denominations : Ford sedan and a Chevrolet who will supervise the motion pic-

/. field. I and no set creed is requiredfor DISTRICT 7 MADE coach were demolished Sunday after- tures which will be made-of the con-
membership in the community noon just south of the Pahokee city testants.

limits when Lacy Rewis, Pahokee..
church. Rev. W. T. Presbyterian
Bailey a -
Vegetable ShipmentsShow and Harvey Guthrie, Clewiston, During one of the days of the
minister, is pastor of. the BY 1 VOTEBy
church. 65jp '.crashed on a curve. None of the festival, the Woodmen of the World

;' Daily IncreaseBetween occupants' of either car was injured will hold their south Florida conven-

an overwhelming vote of 65 to beyond slight scratches and bruises.i tion, with representatives from

Stock Farm Planned 1, Hendry county special school tax : The accident occurred about three various camps from Key West to

25 and 30 cars of Ever- district number seven was created o'clock in the afternoon as Guthrie Jacksonville attending. A fish fry
y glades beans will be shipped from has been arranged in their honor at
For Everglades Soil Tuesday as tax payers of. the school and Beder. Nail, of Clewiston. were
.:: the Clewiston Lake Harbor section! district now including Clewiston and the festival grounds.A .
on their way to play baseball at Pa-
: during the coming week, estimates LaBelle cast their ballots in favor of hokee. They had just attemptedto singing convention being ar-

show. The price now being received I Immediate plans to stock the Silver dividing the district. The property avoid a hole in the highway at an ranged by E. Messer will end the

for beans in the northern and eastern -I. Lake Stock Farm in Glades coun- included in the new district is describde approach to the bridge when they festival. The convention will be held

-- markets are said to be 'satisfac- ty was made known this week whenD. as follows: All of townships 43, saw the approaching car coming at in the large dancing and 'speaking

tory.' L Lence. agent for D. C. Edwards, 44, 45, 46. Range 33 East;: all of what they described as "rather a pavillion which has recently been

Wednesday seven cars of beans owner of the farms, affected a com- Townships 43, 44, 45, 46, Range 34 rapid rate," as they attempted to completed. The pavillion covers a

: were shipped from this vicinity and promise agreement with the Glades East and the East half of township swing to the right side of the bridge floor space of 4.800 feet.

; >>, one car of tomatoes stand loaded county commissioners for tax delinquent 43 Range 32 East. the Pahokee car crashed into the

;, ready for shipment. It is expected on the property.In The vote in favor of creating the rear wheel of the Ford.

:: that three cars of tomatoes will be his talk before the Glades county new district passed with but one Plan Enlargement of
The housing and rear end of the
; shipped from here during the next board, Mr. Lence said plans were negative vote. Of the 21 votes cast
.. Guthrie car was completely wrecked,
: week and bean shipments will 'con- made to begin at once to fence the by tax payers in the Clewiston districtnot Asparagus Plantation
the frame twisted. It was -
,- tinue for several weeks, if prices tract, containing some 27,000 acres one was against the division, and a complete loss. The Rewis car
continue at their present level. and ship a herd of fine bred cattle it has been suggested that, the ballot
was badly twisted and otherwise Announcement of plans to enlargethe
Minor shipments of squash and from Kentucky. He also said local from the LaBelle poll marked againstdid
; damaged. crop of the Asparagus planta-
okra have been made during the labor and materials would be used not express the wish of the voiter.J. .
tions near Belle Glade, were made!
week. More than 50 hampers of in preparing the farm as far as pos- W. Ezelle, Roy Green and W. C.
this week upon the return of P. G.
fancy squash have been shipped from sible. Owen were elected trustees of the Fishing Season Ends Bishop president of the Asparagus

cone small tract a few miles east of The proposal was submitted to new districts for a term of two years.
Company, from North Carolina
Clewiston with the bulk of the No other names were placed on tho
crop State Comptroller, Ernest Amos After Profitless YearLast where his company is growing root

just beginning to be ready for mar- whose approval must be received be- ballots. plants to bring the acreage of aspara-
ket. 150 hampers are expected to fore the settlement can be definitely In the Clewiston precinct only 13
gus on the Glades tract to 600 acres.
go forward next week. made. The proposal has been under ballots were marked for estimated Saturday marked the closingof

advisement for some time. millage, ten of which were in favorof Lake Okeechobee to commercial Plans are being made for a pack-

----- a ten mill tax, two for nine mills fishing for the 1931-32 season, all ing house for a packing house in

: Poll Tax Ememptions i Last Day to pay poll tax.-May and one for eight. One voter placed nets. boats and other equipment have which the asparagus will be preparedfor

I twenty-first. "for less" in the space provided for been brought in for repair and will shipping.The .

To Be Recorded Here voting on the estimated millage. be laid up for the four-months closed I'' extensive field of asparagus

;' L. L. STUCK WAS NAMED AS I season. enar Belle Glade is one of the show

'.'.:, .-- MAYOR OF PAHOKE RECENTYL. CRASH NEAR BELLE GLADE The 1931-32 season, according to I places of the Everglades as visitors

Mrs. Alice C. Bailey; supervisor I local wholesale dealers, was the most are,watching closely the developmentof

,, ...e of registeration, said this week she L. Stucky was elected Wednes- A negro, Walton Guyton. with all I unsuccessful season in the historyof I such large scale production of

lJ> would be in Clewiston! Saturday af day as mayor of Pahokee, defeating evidences of ,having been drinking, ,the fishing industry around Lake asparagus near here. Eunches of

ternoon. May 14, and Saturday after- Mayor W. J. Larrimore by a vote crashed his truck into a coupe driv- Okeechobee, from a financial stand- asparagus exhibited here a few weeks

noon, May 21st for the purpose of of 139 to ;132. W. H. Cochrane. the en by A. W. Lawrence, of this city, point. Low water in the lake and ago show the adaptability of Ever-

signing exemption blanks for disabled third entry in-the race, received 62 Monday night near Belle Glade. The canals cost a great deal of time and glades soil to the cultivation of the

war veterans. She will be vegetable. During the winter bunches -
votes. Lawrence car was badly damaged. money, many boats being unable to
found at the office of the Clewiston; Others elected at Pahokee are: but the occupants, A. W. Lawrence make the trip from the lake to the of asparagus grown on the Ever-

.. News in the Hopkins building. ,Mrs. H. R. Lang re-elected city clerk overJ. I Miss Jewel Lowe and M. G. Lang-I fish docks here. and the market re- glades plantation retailed as high as

Bailey mak s a special request to all II Cason, 167 to 161. V. C.I ford escaped without injury. The mained bad throughout the season. $1.50 per bunch.Elictrically .

disabled veterans to bring their "C" Denton, Dr. A. Hazen. A. L. Saund- negro was not injured. The large number of fish found in driven water pumps,

number with them so that proper ETS. and Alex Jenson were elected The accident occurred about eight the lake this season, especially bass together with 175 miles of mol

ru tations may be made. councilmen to serve with L. I. Mallory o'clock Monday night. Lawrencesaw is encouraging, however and the drainage and four' miles of ditches

"All veterans must be sure 10 and Robert Doughit, holdover the truck swerving along the wholesale dealers predict next season and dikes will provde one of the

bring: their 0' numbers with them members. F, R. Harrison was elected highway and was crowded against will be much better Moore Haven most perfect systems of drainage In

Mrs, Bailey said. chief of police withoutopposition..I the bridge rail when the smash came, Democrat I the ..Everglades... it Is olnf ned.i ...
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS in the 1933 session. ': been published by the Department

No effort officially will be made of Agriculture declared.-Ex-

Published every Friday in Clewiston, it Is understood. to disturb the pres- change. Oh Fudge f Hollywood Beauties Claim

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ent distribution of gasoline tax mon-I Fudge-Making TitleFanchon

Inc. ey, under which three cents goes to

the counties and one cent to the .
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Entered as second class matter. general revenue fund of the state.In .
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February 1. 1927, at the Post Office view of the general demand fora f(5oo Late

at 01ewl ton, Florida, under the Act reduction In the seven cents tola1

of March 3, 1897.A the Florida Grower points out the ;\fi <:(50

move to get some of the proceedsfor f Classify r
newspaper devoted to the best the cities may result however f : .

Interests of Hendry County, Florida. in a cut on the other allotments. By RUSSELL KAY

Its leading, newspaper. Opposition to the plan on the partof I Secretary Florid. Prey Association :

farmers and growers doubtlesswill 1--- ._ ..
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 take form when its provisions be-! "YA,4

Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 come generally known. Florida i Maybe you know somethin' aboutprintin' v: // ;
Grower. and maybe you don't. but ,_

Advertising rates furnished on application i I'm tellin' you it cotss MONEY to

BUSINESS LIMITSIs set type, and by the time you get a

Job off the press and through the

Business office Clewiston News there any limit to American bindery the little old cost sheet will

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and commercial prosperity? show that SOMEBODY owes SOME-
BODY plenty of JACK. ;
Advertising, same. "Yes," say some folks looking at
Intelligently used, PRINTING is
it superficially. They argue that
Telephone 339 one of the most PROFITABLE
investments -
people who can afford radios, auto-

mobiles, electric appliances etc.. already any BUSINESS can make
and by the same' token, it's one of
YOUR have these things, consequently -
that trade is likely to slow up until the SWEETEST ways to WASTE

How can you a private citizen of these facilities wear out and nave money if you fail to mix a little

Hendry county afford to criticise the to be replaced.The :. common sense and good judgmentwith

affairs of government when you did country: does not want just tho your Printer's Ink. w

not 'do your share in the selection of kind of artificial prosperity it I'll bet if you had a guy working

officers for 'state and national of- thought it had in 1928-1929.! That for you and was payin him a nice
fices. True enough you probably was a time of fantastic speculation fat juicy salary, you'd be as sore as ; m

registered, paid your poll tax and and mortgaging the future beyondthe a boiled owl if you found out that & Marco chorines try out a new fudge recipe backstage.This .

voted In the primary and general ability to pay. he'd spent twenty nine thousand group,' now on tour, have been labeled unofficial "Champs." I

election but did you solicit your smackers to have a lot of pretty book-
But it is absurd to 'talk of demands -
lets By Madeline Prescott
neighbors to do the same? And did printed up just to boost some
being supplied. More than:'
you make careful investigation of the other bird's private'business.. -
half our people lack automobiles i!1 Calif: The The idea was originated by Fan- ,
merits of all candidates before clos- I'I Then suppose you happened alonga HOLLYWOOD I "
electric appliances plumbing, and chon herself who believes thatdancers
little gauntlet, or perhaps we should
while later
ing your mind, or did you hear the and found this need of
i plenty energy
eagerly things. :
recommendations of one or two, then Nearly many 2,000,000,000 outside the'same employee makin' a beautiful say the cook book has been thrown building foods' and who has urged

made a flat decision which could not bonfire out of what was left of these down to the theatrical world. them to eat plenty of sweets be-
United States want all these things
be changed. trick booklets when he found out no- Six Fanchon and Marco chorus I cause of the quick energy reaction.As .
and will have them when learnto
those who they body cared a cockeyed thing about beauties who claim to know their one tall blonde maiden put it.
Perhaps you are one of i
make goods to exchange for them. !
'readin' or lookin' at 'em, and he cocoas and sugars have laid claim "a sweet bite between acts puts
do not take part in the operation of
units The surface of the demand for couldn't even GIVE 'EM AWAY. to the fudge making championshipof snap in your cart wheels and! pep
the various governmental American goods is only scratched. I I I showdom. in the soles of your shoes. You
under 'which you live. If you are Well BUDDY, believe it or not, What's more, they are ready to can't smile across the footlights
Our people have, learned more but
you're lookin'
in the
you have no right to stand back and MIRROR.The back up their boast with toothsome unless you have oodles of energy."
about business in the two
past years reflection
criticise any of the governmental you see there ain't no- offerings at least two inches square, So if you're sitting somewhere
functions. The price of voting is extremely than they did In the previous ten. body' else but the poor dumb owl an inch and a half deep, chocolate front of the fifth or sixth rows

low; one dollar a year. The, They are firmly resolved to correct that is havin' that stunt pulled on or ,vanilla]) flavor and with or with- these, day and 'detect the faint

dollars received from this source go' the defects in business. and so regulate him OVER and OVER again; to the out pecans as you prefer. odor oC choro'ate wafted from thE

it to provide a greater stabilityof tune of not THOUSANDS but MIL- The.fudge is made backstage on gen: "I tiiiection of the stage
into the school funds and it is the
employment.Did ,LIONS of perfectly good DOLLARS. a portable electric stove and don't think it's an olfactory illusion.
only direct tax many of the citizens the American people ever fail'. There's the number of these stoves which It's proo.a.bly"Mabel: or Mary
a cute little PLAYHOUSEup
pay toward paying the bills of the which they' have put in an: appearance daring I'pr that cute little red-heael-fourth
to realize an ambition on in Washington called
the Govern-
government.The recent weeks se.ems'to indicate that from the end :'n tho chorus-trying
lad set their minds, if so when? Office.
ment Printing The birds I
purpose of this is not to weigh the fad is going over in a big way. out :a now fudge recipe.
There is limit to New
no progress.
;you send to Congress to look after
the merits or demerits of the requi-
demands will be created and new your INTERESTS have a lot to do .
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site of poll tax payment before being i
for the demands.
means supplying with runnin' that
Twenty after the marriageof with her favorite to thus
allowed to vote. It Is frankly, to years conspired so
Fifty years ago we thought the and I
mean, they SURE DO IT.
Isaac and Rebecca their twin
,sons swindle his brother.
encourage every citizen of this coun-
height of mechanical perfection had I Any of 'em can run in' there whenever -
Esau and Jacob, were born. The Esau was a man of strong appetites -
ty, as well as others to realize his
almost been reached. There was talk I
they please and order
responsibility toward his own well anything name 'Esau' means red, 'Jacob'meant and desires, "And Esau said "Be-
of some kind of. wireless from a RENT SIGN to a completeset "\
communi-I "deceiver" "supplanter. ,
being. ( Continued ,on 1'afce 3)
cation but the thought
of Encyclopedia Britanniac and
Esau was a few minutes older than
with a scoff and a doubtful turn of 'tell
POLITICAL PLATFORMOne I Jacob; and under the Hebrew law I :NOTICE OF ADOPTION
the head. Today we have a partially -
During ,the past ten years over was entitled to twice as much of Notice: Is hereby: given that J. K. Baker -
perfect radio which will in time, TEN MILLION copies of nitwit,I| and Hazel Baker will\ on the 27th
his father Abraham's estate the -
as I I
Hattie Stein. a lady of Charles-
be perfected; television will also be hair-brained booklets day of May 1932. make application by )
printed for ',
ton, W. Va., springs a new one in the : younger son. The older son was al- .: petition to the Hon. Geo. W. White-
added to the comforts, of the ,American your'enlightenment and with YOUR SO head of the family or tribe and hurst, Judge of the Circuit Court in .
general statement of her political
home. Devises, now unimagined MONEY for FREE distribution ''were I| I. and for Hendry County Florida, for
platform, upon which she is runningfor [ i entitled to act as priest for the fam- the adoption by them of Beulah Mae
Governor of West Virginia. According will be commonly used by our following -'',so lousey they couldn't even be giv-i||I ily. These privileges were called the I New, and will on said date; duly file
In due time the factories therefore and will therefater
generation. en away and had to be sold for waste petition
to an account of her activities of the nation will be operating]\ 'birthright"Our in due course request appointment of
paper. a guardian ad litem and will thereafter
recently sent through the press on a steady' scale and business will I The particular boolet I'm takin'. lesson says "The boys grew: j I in due course set down the said petition -

her brief statement savors of a pro- hum with a merry tune. )', for and Esau was a cunning hunter, ai I I for hearing said Court and at
an example was a 116 illustrated -
fanity that might be credited to the page I i i man of the field: and Jacob was a i iI <. such hearing, will seek an order auth-
pamphlet entitled, ''FurnI| : orizing the adoption by them of said
mouth of General Smedley D. Bntler. CRACKED MIRRORS OF CON- I|iture, It's Selection and Use." 1 plain man, dwelling in tents." Esau''I'' child and of all matters proper and
of Marine fame. Her terse platformIs pre- 'enjoyed the wild life of the desert I incident to such proceedings.
CRESS pared by the National Committee on April 29, May G-13-20.
: "Raising Hell for Justice. However I and the dangers of the hunter of .
Wood Utilization and the BIG IDEA
the distinguished general, nor big game while Jacob loved a simple '"" '": : :":": :":":":" :":":_:":":":":":": :":":.:.

she has been accused of any political Answering attacks on governmental -(back of the whole RACKET was to home life. .:..:..:..:...:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
"extravagances" supposed to justify TRY and KID you into buyin' some

affiliations with each other.A proposals to cut salaries of fed- FURNITURE. 500,000 copies were "And Isaac loved Esau because I C. E. STF8FJ

few planks of her definite plat- eral workers and curtail expendituresof printed with YOUR MONEY to be he did eat of his vension: but Rebecca <

form follow: departments employed in beneficial -" SOLD to YOU at 20c per copy. Sweet loved Jacob." For years before -y Dealer in

1. No slates. and constructive work, Secretary Spirits of Nitre and they wonder his death Isaac was blind. For I General Electric Refrigerators

2. NO'votes bought. Hyde in a recent radio address! why there's a DEFICIT. food Esau furnished him with the 1

3. No election clerks bribed. facetiously "showed up" the ignor- Now maybe you're so DUMB and best of the wild game he killed. Ja-I|I Electrochef Stoves

4. No trades made. cob remained at home with his mother -
ance oftentimes revealed by our leg- SIMPLE that you really need to be

6No characters assassinated. slators. told how to Select and Use Furni-. and they were companions around Radios and Supplies

6. No graft permitted. "Not long ago," he related, "a distinguished -,ture, but I understand the Superin- their home tents. Radio Repairing; '

7. No corruption tolerated.We Senator his appetite keen tendent of Public Documents ain't Isaac and Rebecca both made the

do not know how the lady for in all States except his I towardone Paholcee Florida
economy mistake of being partial
been havin' to work nights fillln' or- same
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discussion stands in the minds of I own, leaped greedily upon the efforts -: ders for that TRICK publication.Most of their children. Such a course :M NN, :NIN/N:N/NININ: :N N H NMIN N N NII:N N 11:
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the West Virginia voters, but we do of the Department of Agriculture -; of these BEAUTIFUL pamph- is. almost certain to cause suspicion i! :......Yi..NNw.1..N.NN/NN. .ANN.NN. .NNN11N/. .
that she has a'' -.--- ----- -'- .
say a snappy commend- I to eradicate white-pine rust lets are STILL layin' there waitin' by the children toward the parents;

able platform and if every candidate disease which threatens to destroy patiently for SOMEBODY to WANT and hatred among the children. In

would subscribe to such a doctrine : 420000.000; worth of white-pine' 'em. About all they been able to speaking of such favoritism by par-| The Truth in the Sad

AND LIVE UP TO IT, local, state timber and to eradicate which the de-|
writer "Miserable discord -
do with them so far is let a few ents a says,
and national government would be partment is spending about one- FURNITURE DEALERS try and give ensues when the two guides dot j Case of Roy WilliamsRoy

r much more popular. : tenth of one per cent of that amount it to their CUSTOMERS. not confront the children as one I

annually. I That noble piece of LITERATUREwas 'I being one thought, one heart. one)
,ABOUT TAXING FARMERS: Williams was arrested by
"The Senator was attempting to nothin more or less than a.: head; when appeal is made to the

explain what white-pine blister rustis. Charming bit of Propaganda to advance -I' one from the other; when, children Deputy Sheriff Monroe Young about -

Taxing of farmers for payment of He said, 'White-pine blister rusts the interests of one individual)i use one parent as a shield against 2 1'.M.April 11, carried to

city debts would follow action by a little insect that first forms on:industry at the public's expense. It I|[r the other; the one permits what the LaBelle where he stayed until he

the legislature diverting to munici- the bark of the white-pine tree as a was a $30,000 printing order printed: other prohibits; the one assents, and.I was completely sober. He was tried

palities part of the revenue derivedby little worm, develops into a moth orj;in a Government plant free of charge the other refuses." plead jollity, and released under
the state from .
levies on gasoline.it fly, and then flies to a currant bush,', that should have gone to a commercial -I' The lesson says. "And Jacob sod bond. I brought him to Clewiston,
is pointed out by the Florida Grower
for in "White-pine blister rust is not al i printer.If pottage: and Esau came from the and after his bond was approved

movement May which an article describinga I bug, moth or fly," explained the Sec- you ask me, it's about time, field and he was faint:" The word he was released at six o'clock. Hew

seeks to secure retary. "It is a fungus disease." we laid off this throwin' our money "sod" in the text means "boiled," s perfectly sober at the time of
for the cities all
or part of the three away on printin' such HOOEY as I and the "pottage" was similar to I his release and started to his homein
cents a gallon now alloted to the "Looking into a mirror held by
"The Life Cycle of the Lady Bug" bean or pea soup, and was a favor- West Palm Beach. The sad
road department. the other fellow is .free from any
and "Cocoanuts, Why They Have ite dish. .wreck in which he met his death
favorable' bias
and reduces burnpJousness. -!
Wmie proponents of the idea may Whiskers" and publish somethiu' the occured about an hour and a half
When Esau smelled and saw
said Mr. "As
Hyde. much '
disclaim Intention of having the diversion as we admire the Senator however I everybody would be interested in,: food he "said to Jacob. Feed me, Ii I later near Miami Locks, in Palm

include taxes collected on like, "A Good Job, How To Get One" Beach County.
thee, with that same red pot-
we in the that pray
motor fuel sales except when these department suspect or "Starvation How To Avoid It." I tage for I am faint: therefore was, .
the mirror he has held to is ; Mr. Williams -
are for vehicles used in cities the up us II I his name called Edom." Edom I do not know where .
article shows that separation from I spent the time between his

sales made to country people could Sometime ago Senator Pat Harrison was a small territory lying south of l'clcseamI his death. There was

bo affected only through the employment of Mississippi made a famous tmfoap c joori; the Dead Sea, and Esau is said to PD Jifn'.or !n his car at the time he
the in which have been the ancestor of the Edo- left Clewiston.I .
speech he
by state of many more Inspectors i charged departmental i .

and accountants. I waste in useless publications 1Le mites.
son. mil sorry to have to brine:
Measures designed to give the cities citing one which he entitled "The I When Esau asked'for the pottage,
Mr. Williams< political
name a
a share in gasoline tax money !Love Life of the Bullfrog." "Jacob said. sell me this day thy
charge mad bmw: ot'1111' opponents -
were advocated at Tallahassee dur- Secretary Hyde in his address FOR MAY 8, 1932 j birthright. *">;it he pas niado 'he ('hnt' es

ing the last legislature but gained humorously denied that the department Subject: Esau Sells His Birthright -: Jacob took advantage of his broth- and I am merely giving you the

little headway. Now a powerful organization i has consumed government (Temperance Lesson). er's hunger to secure his birthright'and facts in the case. .

appears to be in processof funds by prying into the private life Golden Text: "Every man that all that he would inherit as the :;

formation, for aggressive work in of this amphibian."No striveth for the mastery is temperateIn older son. j j (Signed) II, DELANEY

putting over the plan with senators bulletin dealing with frogs all things." 1st Cor. 925. !' For that conduct Jacob has always I Sheriff Hendry County

and representatives ww1ll serve their lives legs, or loves, has ever Lesson Text: Genesis 252734. 1 been criticised. Many think Rebekah (Paid political .uhcrtlsenicnt)


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I Florida (there are nearly 60,000 His name was not secured, but ment than I am. We have tried ton i apreciativc and grateful to you for

members) are requested to set apart beware of anybody soliciting for the give you good schools, and will not: your vote and support at the coming
1 be satisfied with anything short of the 'primary election.
Personal Mention the value of one day's labor and turnit 1 Home Society for the Society has no. very best that the funds' intrusted to 'Respectfully,

on Harvest Day, as a free-will love I solicitors at any time and needs every U8 will give. H. A. RIDER.

gift to help care for the 140 orphan: dollar it can possibly secure, and I We must economize, but not to the (Paid political advertisement)
point affecting the efficiency of our
",.... L. B. Foster was a week-end visitor children in the home. Harvest Day: does not want one penny to fall into I II schools. Schools must go on even FOR COUNTY 'JUDGE

) in Ft. Myers. presents a, tremendous appeal this!I I the hands of imposters. Please report -i though times are not so good. Youth
passes the school age but once, and To the Voters of Hendry County:
year, as it falls on Mother's Day.I!I anyone who solicits for the Society chools must be provided regularly or I hereby announce myself as a can

Mrs. 'Harold Webb spent Monday The Conference has decided on thisasa by telegram to Superintendent the children of the country lose that didate for County Judge subject tho
[ which they can never recover. Sinco decision of the Democratic Primary
permanent date for Harvest Day Jacksonville, his
In Fagg, at expense.
visiting Tampa. I the state pays more than half of the June 7th.
:each All are given the cost of eight month's school. Hen-
year. opportunity an Your vote and support will be ap
f I I II dry county cannot afford to fail to preciated.
of paying a tribute to mother SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
I'I'L.. week-end visitor
C. Strugess was a I provide the balance of the amount necessary W. T. :MADDOX
in Palm Beach. on Mothers' Day by helping the to provide at least an eight
i erlessIt is pointed out moth-I,I (Continued from page month school, or we lose a portion of Paid political advertisement)

:I hold I am the point to die: and what' the state appropriation.I FOR TAX COLLECTORTo

E. L. Stewart motored to Ft." De-I! 60,000 Methodists" of Florida should(II I profit shall this birthright do to me? do not claim any great amount of
naud Friday on business. I1 turn in an average of at least 25 brilliancy, but am a thinking man with all Voters in Hendry County: ,
But Jacob the transfer
strongest good judgment, and have the interestof
cents per member, which would gIve i respectfully announce as candidate"for
that could be made, "And Jacob the children of our county at heart, TAX COLLECTOR subject to the
Beder Nail and Harvey Guthrie;:; the Home 15000. Some say 50 said. Swear to this day and he und am giving: my whole time and at- Democratic Primary of June 7th 1932.If .
me : :
cents average would be pitfully small. tention to my official duties. Vote for elected I promise that the records
Pahokee I
motored to Sunday. sware unto him: and he sold his: : me if you feel that I am making good: and receipts of this office will be
funds needed to
I The are sorely carryon birthright unto Jacob. Then Jacob' think: that I am entitled to a second handled in a careful, efficient and busi-

A. L. Hackett was among the Mon{ the work at the Home. term as my experience ought to make I I ness like manner -.nd to the interest of
gave Esau bread and pottage of len-'I me better qualified to serve you. I Hendry County.I .

day visitors in Palm Beach. Keen interest is being shown in tiles; and he did eat and drink, and I am not a part of any ring, but a democrat will appreciate 'your voto 'and sup-
I the -1932 trophy, which is a beautiful'I and no true democrat will have port.
'' [rose up, and went his way: thus Esau to sacrifice any democratic principleto I E. E. KELLY.
Mary Kline spent the ,week end loving cup offered by the Oxford(I despised his birthright." support and vote for me., and I shall (Paid Political advertisement)

at her home in Palm Beach. Club, a Sunday School Class of Winter *. appreciate your support and vote on I.
I Each of has birthright
a ,
you June 7th. '
Haven. This trophy goes to the] FOR TAX COLLECTOR
the love of God and sacrifice prepar- E. L. STALLINGS. I

James Rumbley, of Trenton; spent presiding elder of the district turning I ed by Christ, furnishing to you the (Paid Political Advertisement' ) To the Voters of Hendry County:

the week-end here visiting friends. in the largest amount of moneyon I'blessings of a christain life in this I I hereby announce myself a candidate -
Harvest Day. There are eight I for re-election to the offlco of
world and of eternal life after death FOR SHERIFF Tax Collector, subject to the Demo-
Miss Marion Harmon was among candidates for this honor. Last year i!I I cratic PrImary in June. If nominatedand
here. We are offered these blessings -
\ To the Voters of Hendry County:
the Saturday visitors in Palm, Beach the cup was won by the Rev. Smith elected, I will strive to serve tho
Belief in hereby announce myself candi-
'I i without price. Jesus as a public to the very best of my ability as
Hardin. of the Miami district.
date to succeed myself Sheriff of
as the Son of God and acceptance of as in the past, and will keep in mind at
Mrs. Evelyn Pace left Thursday, Hendry County, subject to the Demo- I all times the interest of,, the taxpayersand
him as our savior are the condi- cratic Primary June 7th. general citizenship of Hendry

a visit of several weeks in Georgia I!Ii i r tions. The text and comments of If returned to this office I will con- County, putting forth every effort, to

:.SUCCESSFUL tinue to serve the county to the best conduct the office in the most efficient -
I this lesson are applied to temper- of my ability. I will continue to con- and courteous manner.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R.- Fontaine and "
ance and prohibition. duct the sheriff's office on a sound, Thanking you for past favors and for

Troy Puryear spent Sunday in Palm HOMEMAKING Under the heading. EVILS OF economical basis. I am making the your continued support, I am, yoursto
Beach. race solely on my record and past serve,
INTOXICATION, Peloubet's Note achievements as your sheriff. J. L. TAYLOR.

By GRACE ViALL GRAY on the Sunday School, lessons, says Your vote and support will be ap (Paid Political 'advertisement)
: Frances and Thomas preciated.
Miss -
"As opium is to the Chinese, so is H. I* DELANEY. FOR TAX COLLECTOR
... --. Jones motored to Belle Glade
alcohol a source many popular (Paid Political Advertisement)
Sunday. To the Voters of Hendry County:
lusions among the western nations I hereby announce myself a candi-
K Cheese straws made at' home are many impressions are most deceptive; FOR SHERIFFI date for the office of tax collector, sub-

H. G. MacArthur and John Bol- one of the most appetizing delicaciesone I([ ject to the decision of the voters of the
alcohol promises rest and actually
take this opportunity to
announce Democratic Party in the June Primary.
ton. of Pahokee. spent Tuesday in I can serve with soup or salad. The makes the body less fit for exertion; my candidacy for the office of Sheriffof I favor a law abolishing the fee

C'cwiston. only ray I can account for their not comfort and then in- Hendry County, subject to the system for county officers and plac-
being served more frequently is that I'I it promises Democratic Primary, June 7, 1932. ing them on a salary basis accordingto
creases the total misery, sickness, If elected to this office I will prove their duties and responsibilities.I .
Mrs. Alice Bailey, of La there must be some Idea lurking In
Curry appreciation of
I i and poverty; it promises warmth and my your support by favor a law abolishing the pay-
,1 Belle, spent Tuesday here on business the back of most women's minds that I the faithful performance of the dutiesof ment of poll tax as requisite to vote.
makes men freeze more quickly it said office.
I ; If elected I promise a clean, safe
cheese straws are difficult, tricky gives momentary relief from care and Your support will be highly appreciated economical administration of the affairs -

things to make successfully. If thisIs I I of the office.I .
"the next day after the, night be W. C., (BILL) HOOKER.
have been resident and tax
how feel about it do this a payerof
, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and Billy you try [
j fore' brings a new crushing burden (Paid Political advertisement) this County for the past seventeen
loft Thursday for an extended visit recipe at the first opportunity! years. My record is open for your in-
mental emotional physical and so-
::1 throughout Georgia. Take a cut ful of self-rising flour, FOR CONSTABLE spection.I .
, *
cial earlier fatigue susceptibilityto hope to meet every voter before
: 'I which Is simply soft wheat flour that
the primary but may not be abla to
accident and disease and fro
greater the Voters of District One:
I Miss Jeanette Morgan and Harry does not need any baking powder or I hereby announce my candidacy for do so, do not feel slighted if I fail

salt be added! Ingredients mental depression. re-election Constable for the First to see you. Many people prefer ,not
to because these as
I Peters attended the theatre in Par
Esau's yielding to his appetite is District of Hendry County.If to be bored by candidates taking up
evening. 1 have already een perfectly I their time.
hokee Sunday .
re-elected to this office I will ,
similar to our surrender to our use
I would appreciate the opportunity
.blended Into It In the right proportionsat continue to serve you in the same efficIent ,
of liquor. to serve at least one term as an official -
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Puryear. of i the mill. Sift Just once before manner I have given in the of the county I had some partin
past, and shall always work for the '
., Miami, spent the week-end visitingMrs. measuring. Add :o this three-fourths best Interests of Hendry county.I creating.
Vote for J. R. Doty for tax collector
cupful of grated 1 cheese (some- will appreciate your' vote and support -
C- L. Downs here. nrp get your neighbor to vote for him then

times referred to as "bitey" cheese) E. B. BUTLER. we will all three be happy.J. .

Herbert Thomas of Moore Haven, and one-fourth cupful of fat. Half a Kelp-o- (Paid Political Advertisement) (Paid political advertisement. R. DOTY.)

I teaspoon of paprika and dash of
was among the out of town visitors a
spending the week end here.

; -- the Voters of Hendry County: To the Voters of Hendry County:
VITA I hereby announce myself a candidatefor I hereby announce myself a candi-
Mrs. Van Cothern, Mrs. Cora Coth- for re-election to the office of Clerk: date for the office of Tax Collector of

ern and Mrs. Nail of Moore Haven, r 2 6i Circuit Court, subject to the Demo- Hendry County subject to the votersof
I y.3r cratic Primary in June. the Democratic party, in tho June
.J.. were Monday visitors her(. '' If nominated and elected I promise primary, and if nominated and electedI
: I Health honest and faithful service as I have promise to run the office In a clean
endeavored to render in the past. accurate, business like manner and
Mrs. Keathley and Youth and Vigor Thanking you for past favors and serve the people to the best of my

and Mrs. C. H., Settle, of Moore Haven "l for your continued support, I am, ability.I .
\ Yours to serve, have lived in this part of the state
spent Monday visiting in Clew- : Men, women and children find WILLIAM T. HULL. for over 20 years ond am well knownby

iston. KELP-O-VITA a safe and efficient (Paid Political advertisement) all the older residents of the county
treatment for debility, who can vouch for my integrity and
IOMH' ofItal power and glandular business ability.In .
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Digges left I Impairment. YOU CAN RE FOR JUSTICE OF' THE PEACEAt conclusion. I wish to say that I

Moore! OLD AT FORTY OR YOUNG AT was one of the prime movers in creating -
the latter part of the week for : SIXTY. QUIT DYING BEFORE the request of many friends I am
Hendry but have
county never
Haven, where they will reside in the YOUR TIME. KELP-0-YITA Lia announcing for Justice of the Peace for
I I ( held one of her offices, but now, I am
the First District of Hendry CountyIn
J : mineralized vegetable, easy I thank for
future. seeking one, so you your
all matters before the
I and nlcanant to take, not habltformlnpr. vote and support.
__' RICII In Vitamlncs and Justice's court I have dealt fairly and Very truly yours.

; Miss Bonceil Stone, Casey Jones, I Organic Salts. KELP-O-VITA In impartially with all concerned, and at D. G. McCORMICK.Paid .
all times have worked for a better-
a I
Mrs. Williams, Munzelle Stone and ITATOR, n REJUVENATOR, nn ment of Hendry county. If re-electee ( political advertisement)

Willie V. Hooker spent Sunday int 'INVIGORATOR and n RECON- Ito the office I shall continue to conduct -
I STRUCTIVE. INCREASES VI- the office on the same policy.

Palm Beach. i I fliGg KELP-O-VITA give PEP, VIM Is I Your vote. and support ill be appreciated VOTEFor

I for VITALITY, the last word In PAUL DEAM.Paid .
Mrs. B. E. Nail plans to leave the!
( Political Advertisement)
modern science, Mend this oelv.I' .
latter part of the week for Braden-| 'I',with your name, address and 25c: I

ton, where she will visit relatives!} In stamps or coin for one week's FOR COUNTY, COMMISSIONER: Selden L. Stewart
i j I sample treatment Address Kelp-, District OneI
for several days. ''OVItLnborotorlCl'J' 104* Venice For

I lllvd., Low Angeles' ,' Calif., Dept. hereby announce my candidacy for I
S-25. -Adv. the office of County Commissionerfrom
complete the In
C. L. Downs spent the week-end I cayenne pepper ro- District One, Hendry county, sub- County JudgeI
here but returned Monday to Miami dlents with the addition of enough ject to the Democratic Primary June

where he is spending several weeks I cold water to make a stiff dough. 7, 1932.I stand for a square deal In supportof
am running on a platform of strict law and order.
transacting business. Add the water a little at a time. I Political Announcements I economy in expenses of the county Your tote courteously solicited and

I Roll the pastry out till a quarter of an government, with a fair and impartial will be appreciated.Paid .
dealing, not only to this district but ( political advertisement)
i ci- Miss Bartow MacFarlane, of Moore, Inch thick and cut Into strips n thirdof to the entire county. My record asa --

t-'>>{ Haven, is visiting in Clewiston for J an Inch tile and five inches lonj FOR REPRESENTATIVEI member of the school board is opento II FOR TAX ASSESSORI
I inspection by all voters and I point
several days: as the guest of her sis I using H \pastry! Jaggcr or harp knlfi- I hereby announce my candidacy for with pride to the reduction in, school hereby announce my candidacy for

, ; ter. Mrs. Harold Webb. I'ljsce tin- strip on a bilking !si eet In re-election as Representative from expenses made during my term of office election as TAX ASSESSOR for Hendry

I I even rows sinrt' hnl!:.> In a hot oven Hendry County in the state Legislature, on this board. County, subject to the action of the
subject to the Democratic Primary. Your vote and support will be greatly Democratic Primary, June 7, 1932.If .
: x Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes, of Moore1 i I I June 7, 1932. appreciated. elected, I will conduct the office -

. : Haven, spent Tuesday here on bus-,| If re-elected I will continue to work DAVE G. ALSTON; in a fair and impartial manner and forth
t WARNING (Paid Political advertisement) best interests of the county.
' for the best interest of the entire county -
. iness. Mr. Hayes is superintendent 'I
I ,__
I as I have done in the past. SOLON B. CREWS.

l of public instruction. I' "Watchout fora man travelling' preciated.Your vote and support will be ap- FOR COUNTY District COMMISSIONER One. I (Paid Political advertisement)

about in a Jordan car soliciting'

Among the out of town visitors funds for the Children's Home in' ELBERT L. STEWART. I hereby announce my candidacy for FOR TAX ASSESSORTo
i (Paid Political advertisement) 1 1i County Commissioner of District One,
attending the Kiwanis dance Tuesday Jacksonville-or for the Children's! I subject to the Democratic Primary, the People of Hendry County:

evening here were Mrs. Annette De- Home Society of Florida-for he is, FOR. REPRESENTATIVE June 7th. I Respectfully announce as candidatefor
I I have lived in this community for Tax Assessor of Hendry County,
laney, Mr. and Mrs. Blitz Weggman. an imposter and has no right or au- the past 13 years and believe I l know subject to the Democratic Primary to

! of LaBelle, Broadus Gantt of Moore thority to' solicit funds for the Children's -11 1'1'0 he People of Hendry County: the needs of the district and the wishesof be held in June.I .
; the request of a large number of the people. If elected to this office belong to no clique or faction what-
Haven Thomas Jones, of LaBelle. I
Home Florida citizens from
of which of
Society evtrysection Hondry
j I will always work for the district soever, but am making the race for
John Formey of Canal Point, Miss organIzation has no solicitors at anyjtime I county I hereby announce myself a and for the entire county.R. Tax Assessor strictly on my own

Winifred Wintle Russell Wintle and candidate for Representative from B. WALDRONFOR merits.If .
anywhere. Hendry County, in the next Legislature, nominated and elected I promise
Henry Colquitt, of Ft. Myers.. 'I The above statement is issued by subject to the action of the June SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER: an honest and faithful performance of

Democratic Primary. Realizing that the duties of the. office, and fair and
. Marcus C. State
Fagg Superintendent -
: the best
results be obtainedby
can only [
, Being keenly interested in the welfareof impartial treatment toward all. It
Among the out of town visitors of the Children's Home Society. tho Representative and State Senator the county and especially in the shall be my purpose and endeavor at

: here were George M. Hendry of La-i of' Florida with headquarters in cooperating; I shall cooperate to I school system. I am announcing my all times to help you in every way I

I Belle, J. F. Miller, of Jacksonville,j Jacksonville, and branches in Lakeland -I the fullest for the extent best interest with our of State the entire Senator the candidacy Hendry for County election Board as a of member Public In-of, can.I.will appreciate your vote and sup-
J. J. Whittaker and J. R. Whittaker Pensacola and Miami. county. I invite a careful comparisonof I struction. I am not a politician but port.

I'. of Ft. Myers, T. E. Harris, of Tampa, Superintendent Fagg reports the my that record of my in successor.the 1929 Legislaturewith' Just a citizen who Is seeking to assistin Yours to serve,
the upbuilding of this county.I W. L. MURRAY.
I' i J. Graham of Orlando E. R. John- recent receipt of a letter from one I Your vote. and influence will be appreciated will appreciate your support In the (Paid Political advertisement)

I Ferguson of the Society's friends and contri- I Primary June 7th.
4i of Miami butors, at Bradenton, Florida, who (Paid Political advertisement) (Paid Political advertisement' ) the People of Hendry County:

reports that just recently a man I respectfully announce my candi-
travelling about in
a Jordan car. INSTRUCTION for Hendry County, without

which he claims was given to Supt. This is to announce my candidacy I the Voter of Hendry County: pledges to anyone and without promises -
The next the I for rc-cl<"ction to the office of Superintendent Appreciating the privilege I have had except to the people :as' a ,whole
great days on the cal-Fagg by President of
i the Jordan of Public Instruction. Hav- i of serving as County Judge for a short protecting the owner of the propertyas
': endar of the Florida Methodist Orphanage I Auto Company when the companywent j'n I "M-ved In that capacity for the time by appointment and believing the well as the Interests of the county.I .

i', at Benson Springs are Work broke. I past three and one half years I wish people of Hendry County recognisethe want all the voters that believe I
I to offer my past record only as what principle that when a public officer have made a good assessor, fair and
Day and Harvest Day, Saturday and This man spoke glowingly of thegreat you mil y expect of me. I I know that has served for only a part term, nnd square to nil, and who are willing to
I Sunday, May 78. These days are thh position I occupy f Is a bier$ one, his record Is' acceptable he is entitledto trust that I will continue to do the
| being made by Supt.: thnt U t.t1 kcs n. big man to fill it anfl/ a continuance in such office for a right and proper thing to support me.
observed each ear, In keeping with i j!Fagg and Treasurer R. V. Covington10f .. -ouid be .lied, and I have tried /full term I hereby announce my candidacy If. however you do not Bee it that way,

l a custom in vogue at the Home for the Home Society and I.;;ro'to It. for County Judge of Hendry Coun- ,you are still my friend and I am yours.
the past nine was havingconsiderable I know, too. that niv past record cant! tv. subject to the Democratic PrimaryIn ,! Thanking you, I am your friend and
: Members
years. and success in securing funds be Improved upon and I feel that there June, rind respectfully solicit an inspection present tax assessor.

friends of the Methodist Church in as he had a long list of contributors la: no one In the county better prepared of my record for the short HURD L.. REEVES.
or more willing make that improve period of my incumbency. I shall be (Paid political adrertlaemeat) '



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delicious dishes omelets souffles,
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juice. 1-2 cupful butter 1-4 teaspoonful (
known fishermen on Lake Okeechobee -
Pauline Summers, senior of salt, a dash of capene, and 1-4 NOTICE OF ltIASTI- R'S SALE -- --- -
the Moore Haven High School, was died at 10 o'clock yesterday cupful boiling water. Divide the but-
morning. as the result of a gunshot NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
awarded a check for one hundred ',ter into three portions. Beat the egg the undersigned Special Master in :.. :\ '
dollars this morning, as first prizein wound, self inflicted. Wednesday i yolks and lemon juice together, add Chancery by virtue'of the final decreeof I
a state-wide contest to morning at 11:30. foreclosure entered in that certain I
essay ( one piece of butter and cook in a I
cause pending In the Circuit
which all school children of the Starnes had been despondent for double boiler stirring constantly until the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Court Florida.of

state were eligible to compete. The several weeks, and had made the the mixture begins to thicken. Remove -. In and for Hendry County. In Chancery, I Why NotBUILD I II
being Case No.
515 wherein
statement to several of his friends Glades
subject "Anti-Hoarding.
essay from the stove, add a second Land Corporation a corporation orga-
The presentation was made before that he intended taking his own life 'piece of bu ter.and stir rapidly. Then nized under the laws of Delcware ie I 1
Wednesday morning he stepped from plaintiff and The Southern Sugar
the assembly of high school pupilsby
add the remaining butter and con-
a corporation, Loraine s.1 ?
his house boat which anchoredin
Superintendent M. S. Hayes, to was tinue to stir until the mixture is completely -! Ure. and Cyril Baldwin and J. J. Harrington '
whom State Superintendent W. S. Three Mile canal near the city as Receivers for The Southern
blended. Add the salt
limit ditch, and fired a 38-caliber cayenne Sugar Company, are defendants will
Cawthon had forwarded the prize for and boiling water. Return to on Monday. May 2. 1932 between the ..
delivery. Miss Myrtle Bouldin, pistol bullet into his temple. The the double boiler and stir until the I hours of eleven o'clock A. :M., and two ..
English instructor, read the winning bullet passed through his head, I o'clock P. M., at the front door of the
sauce thickens. County Court House In LaBelle, Hendry
essay to the students and Mr. Hayes piercing his brain. He did not regain Egg Benedict I County. Florida offer for sale. and sell i
presented the check, announcing to consciousness. at public outcry to the best and highest CHOICE LOTS WILL NEVER
Toast slices of bread. Place on top bidder for cash the following described '
the students that Miss Summers had Starnes came to Moore Haven from I. real : BE CIiEAPERj .
of each toasted piece a thin slice of property In PaJm Beach
won first prize. Okeechobee in 1921, and since that County. Florida to-wit: .
cooked ham cooked bacon,'
or crispy North Half of Section 14 all of
time has fished for various dealers 'I : j
Miss Summers is one of the most and on top of this a poached egg. Section 4: all of Section JO; all of BUILDING MATERIAL SELLS
brilliant students ever attending the' here.He Cover with hot Hollandaise sauce I Section 2'2: East Half of Section 28: FOR LESS.
was understood to have one I North Half of Section 24; South
local high school, and her '
many and serve at once. I II Half of Section 24; all of Section
friends are extending heartiest con- sister and one brother, both resi- 2. all being Township 43
gratulations on her latest success. dents of Texas. but their addressesare GAME AND BEAUTY I South Range 37 East: also, all of LABOR COSTS ARE LOW
I Section 1: all of Section 2; East
The prize-winning essay will bo unknown. He had many friends Half of East Quarter of Section 4; LET'S DISCUSS IT
reproduced in the next Issue of the throughout the Lake region who will, Floridians have often had the that part of West Half of West

Democrat.Moore.. Haven Democrat. regret his passing. He leaves, besides -'(dangers of forest fires called to their! North Half of of East Canal Half In Section of East 4;:, West Half. .I
I his brother'and' sister, his attention but still the smoke continues Half of West Quarter. Section 4: I
widow, who resides here. Northwest Quarter, and South Half Now Is tHe Time
NEW GRADE CLOSED TO TRAFFIC to waft upward from fires in i of Section 8; all"of-Sectlon 12; East II
Funeral services were held this jail sections of the state. Half of West Hnlf'of East Quarterof
G. L. Boggan, state road engineer, morning at the Ort na cemetery Rev.1I' One motorist stopping at ClcwiEi :-. Section 13; West threequartersof I
Section 13: All of Section 14
announced today that the new grade W. P. Wheeler of the First ;
pastor ;i ton Tuesday told of seeing several East Half of Section 18: all of
between Moore Haven and Main's Baptist church officiating. Moore:flocks i of young turkey on the highway -' Section 21; all of Section 22: South I
Corner will be closed to traffic be- Haven three-quarters of East Half and imBeardsley
Democrat near here .which at first
South Half of Southeast Quarter
ginning tomorrow morning. A detour i(I thought would tend to show that of Southwest Quarter, And North- \
r west Quarter of Northeast .
will be maintained to take care I Florida hunters Quarter
,I may expect an Section 25: all of Section 28: all 'of
of all light traffic, but heavy trucks ..SUCCESSFU I I Ia I abundant supply of wild turkey next Section 29; nil of Section 30; all
of all kinds will not be allowed on However Is of Section 32; all of Section 33:
season.I the opposite all of Section 34 all
of Section 36,
this, as it is sand and will not hold HOMEMAKING the Since the fires all ;
1 j[likely to be case. being! in Township 44 South
heavy traffic. Range 37 East also East Half of
i I in all parts of the state have destroyed -
+ Northeast Quarter: Southwest '- -' '
The detour which will be opened \ .i By GRACE VIAll GRAY i;i nests, eggs, and young fowl the Quarter 'of Northeast Quarter and '- ,,. ...-: ,, :
will be the old sand road turningto t
(II prospect for abundant game does not _..
the right after passing Wise's I -
SKILLET BISCUIT I seem bright. . _ _ . .
very AAAAA.. .. .. .... .. ...... ... . - - - - .-
Corner, going by way of old sheep i I.I. Fires started in the woods in Flor=: :&*+ ;HZ ; ; +*i ; &*&% ;4; ; ; ;.; ;.;.;.;.;,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:-..:

ranch and Iron Head, reaching' the There are two kinds iof camp cook- ida, whether through maliciousness v y s
Palmdale road about two miles aboveMain's ing-that which one enjoys simply y
(carelessness or ignorance, present
Corner.--Gla County Dem- because one is ravenous from the y
one I(i of our reatest hazards. Aside
ocrat. fresh air and exercise, and that which ''

wins favorite favor on Its, own merit .from property the lost staggering this year amount from muck of .I Open to the Public I

LOST OR STOLEN-One year old and would be just as detectable: served : fires The Everglades ,will not be

brown and white Collie dog. Re- In the home. In the latter class undoubtedly j I,able to give hunters the ideal hunting .'. y.-
will information falls skillet! biscuit which, 2 .Sr
ward be paid
I(i grounds it has in the past.
C. V. II i .; .:
leading to recovery. Notify I I Not only do the fires destroy game :: ; '- ;
Parkinson, Moore Haven, Fla. Florida woods is := Moderate ; .
:but the beauty of Green Fees :;:

t being destroyed as the devasting 's. s

,....- I fires creep along the grounds. Flor- :: Exceptional Fairways i.
ida has become noted for its beautiful -
Make the +
RightCHANGE woods but if fires continue, we ..
:: Interesting Grass Greens .
; ::'
I can only point to black stubble and

'say "This shows that Florida once f

r' had many beautiful sights to see." .;.. .... .y:.

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three tnMespoonftils! of fat and :'eeneiglitliL. -

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evaporated or condensed milk Is usedIn Chicago, where she .
place! of fresh, dilute according to made her radio debut about .eight

tile directions on the can until you months ago. Kellogg's "Singing
STATE COMMISSIONER\ OF !>nthe equivalent: of seven-eighths Lady," a program designed accord
cupful of whole milk. ing to the best of modern kinder.

AGRICULTURE First mix the fat and flour thoroughly garten theory as a service for
mothers, teachers and children, is
either by cutting or rubbing. Then
to be
broadcast over the NBC Blue
add the milk and mix quickly. Roll
i Network
every afternoon exceptSaturdays
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greased skillet. When brown on one In this comparatively brief time Substantial Inducemente Arc
LESS Relatives on Payrolls- side, flop the biscuits and brown on more than 40,000 mothers and children

_ LESS Ustlrss; Costly Literature the other. They must cook quickly. I have written, expressing their Offered To Relieve the Acute

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},!'.s'fi V. tl-Tnpe and Del ty.I let your appetites be your judge us to Endorsed by authorities as being Housing Shortage Now Pre-
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cs Favored Lawyers. how many batches you're going to
I "r K ardons To Criminals. need programs ever arranged, "The vailing in Clewiston.
Singing Lady," presented by W. K.
Self-rising flour is the Ideal flour Kellogg of Battle Creek, will sing

He Demands: for camping purposes. Time is saved the songs and tell the stories dearto : > ( ,
because the childhood.At .
baking powder and salt
: K Comity Agents in Florida. are already added in the same time, she will teach
proper -
+ :E Jobs for Actual Citizens.. at the mill.POPULAR many constructive things-encourage In

'c.. .tlE Economy in Advertising.f : children to eat proper food,
HE Time in Office at Capitol. form habits of healthful play, sleep
.'ORE Savings to Taxpajers. EGG DISHES I and exercise and, all the while, CLEWISTON ,

MORE Common Sense! in Depart work to develop imagination and -
ment. Housewives should take advantageof build character.
Coming on the air just before
the cheapness of eggs by using children's evening meal, when the
them more liberally in the diet. Eggs average mother is busiest and I COMPANY
LET'S "QUIT FOOI IN' THE can be served in son many different when it is of most importance that

FARMER" BY ELECTING ways that no one should ever become the children be quiet and restful

tired of them. In whatever way they "The Singing Lady" will broadcast PHONE 102 ', -

FRANKLIN 0. KINGON are served they are an efficient sourceof every afternoon except Saturdaysand
protein minerals, and vitamins Sundays, from 5:30 to 5:45,

needed for building the body and E.S.T., over WJZ, WLW WEAL, Administration Building, Clewiston, Florida
WJR and WGAR; from 5:15 to
keeping it healthy. 5:30, C.S.T.. over WENR, WREN. I-

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