The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00570
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1936
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
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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SPADARO BIDS LOW Harvest Season To End

Does Some DamageA

ON ROAD 26 JOB WeekHarvest

During Coming
freak hail storm which swept

BELOW OKEELANTA ON LADIES' NIGHTThe north out of the 'glades Sunday evening .
did considerable damage to p ,

growing crops in the Hooker Point I Festival and The exact date has as yet not been i I

The Spadaro Contracting Com- Kiwanis Club held their farming area before passing north. set but one day next week, prior to A

pany of Moore Haven were apparentlow this into the lake. There were few hailstones Dance March 28th.The Wednesday the crews of negro cane
weekly meeting week on Thurs- .
bidders ,on the 2.332 miles of falling in Clewiston, the main : cutters will lay aside their knives
day night instead of on Wednesdaynight
road construction on Road 26 when ,i path of ,the storm following the east the sugar house will continue to op-
as usual at the Clewiston Inn
bids were opened by the State Road side of the Industrial canal and cov- annual harvest festival and erate until the cane at hand is disposed ,
and heard a most interesting musical
Department Thursday. Their bid program which was put on by a I ering a comparatively narrow area. dance which is given each year at of and the sugar season of \

was $102,921.82. This is the first of entertainers from Lake The total loss from the hail has the close of the harvest'season at 1935-36 will be over, the most successful I\

section of road work to be let in this Worth group headed by Mrs. Alice Wel- been estimated at about one hund-, the sugar house in honor of the em- from all reports, of any sea.

very important road which, when don. It was Ladies Night and a good red acres of growing produce, most- ployees of the U. S. Sugar Corporation son since the organization of the :

completed, will give almost a direct crowd ,of Kiwanians, their ladies and ly tomatoes, with a few peppers. The : and friends of the organizationwill United States Sugar Corporation.'

route, from the lake section to Miami guests were present to enjoy the force of the storm was so great that' be held next Saturday night, The season this year started on

and cut off around forty miles plants were almost driven under the March 28, and tickets are being distributed November 28 and the mill has oper.

from the present route to that city. program.The following program was pre- ground by the force of the falling to those invited to attend. ated almost continuously since that

The section of work is known as sented1' but each number was encored stones and for some time after the This event is awaited with great date. Cold weather on one or two occasions

U. S... Public Works Highway Pro- one' or more times so that the original storm had passed the ground was anticipation by every member of the nipped the cane slightly in

' ject No. NRH 168-A and runs from program is by no means complete: covered with the particles of ice. personnel, and officials of the com- a few of the fields but there was. no

the Bolles canal to a point 2.332 Tap dance, Miss Mildred Laugerof Luckily there are still a large number pany join mill and field workers in apparent damage and the heavy

miles south ,which is almost to, the the Grace Thomas studio in Lake of plants in other fields and the a gala evening of fun and frolic. rains of the winter failed to inter

I bend in the North New River canal. Worth. growers who lost their crops are An eight-piece orchestra has been rupt the harvest to any extent. Although

t, The work will consist of 2.318 miles Piano solo, St. Louis ,Blues, Mrs. busy this week replanting. engaged 'to furnish music for dancing no production figures are
of graded earth roadway and incidental Weldon. A total loss to crops in this terri- following the barbecue dinner available and probably will not be

items with a bridge across tory from rain, hail and other caus- and 'special entertainment featuresare disclosed for ,several weeks follow
Tap dance by Rodney Franks of
Bolles canal consisting of three 25- the Chalfonte Studio in West Palm es during the past few weeks has being worked out by the enter- ing the ending of the harvest seasonit

foot steel 'I-beam spans with con- Beach. been estimated at about twenty percent tainment committee. It is plannedthis Is generally understood that.from

crete deck on treated timber piling. Vocal solo, "Drink to Me Only The heaviest losers from the year to hold several square the standpoint of capacity runningat

An appropriation of $125,000 was With Thine Eyes", Joseph Weldon, hail were 'J. G. Wiandt, W. C. ,Hooker dances in addition to the regular the mill there has been less time
made to take care of this section of Carl, Reddish and E. L. Stewart dances. lost and more accomplished in a
accompanied at the piano by Mrs. '
the work and the fact that the Spa- Weldon. ; The committee in charge of arrangements shorter time this season than ever

daro company has come well un'derthis for the affair consistsof before. The yield of sugar from
Harmony Sisters from Radio Sta-
figure indicates that the job : H. J. B. Scharnberg, J. Fourmey, cane: has been high and the crop
tion WQAM in Miami, the Lauger
will be awarded to him and, that Sidney Crochet, H. C. Kolstad and yield of cane per acre Is said to be
sisters singing "I Feel Like A Fea- SENIOR PLAYS WILL
work will be started within the very M. E. VonMach. unusually good.
ther In ''The Breeze" and "Lights
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near iu'ture.The The restrictions imposed by the
Out" with several encore numbers. .
Bolles canal is a cross-canal federal government have no doubt
which runs'from the, Miami canal Following the program Mrs. Wel- Negro Camps Will cut the season somewhat shorter
don consented to play for the danc-
. to the Hillsborough canal about than it would have been had there
ing and the room was cleared and Celebrate On FridayThe
four and a half miles back of South been no quota set. Although the mill
dancing enjoyed for m'ore than an or'the usual
Bay at Okeelanta. There is alreadya three-act ran several days less time than It

rock road from South Bay to; hour. Senior play, the Senior class of the has during some past seasons the

Okeelanta which may explain why Two new members were welcomed Clewiston High School of 1936 has negro laborers in the camps full quota of sugar as set, by the
into the club, Gideon H. Brown and I of the United States Sugar Corporation -
chosen to two
put on one-act plays
that section was let first so far back I government was reached and the
will celebrate the the
ending of
from the lake rim road No. '25. A oJ. F. Tippey. this year which will be presented at I mill was of necessity forced to closedown
A. O. Ward's birthday was cele- the I sugar cane harvest season next FrIday -
contract was let for a section: of this school auditorium on Friday I with some cane still in the
1 f.rated and much fun Was had at his when the entire day will be devoted -
road to the Atlantic Dredging Com night, March 27, at 8:00. The namesof fields.
expenses: as the program chairman, the to athletic contests and a barbecue
plays to be given are: "The
: pany last year but for some reason )
remainder of the week following
I M. Pafford told of the great effort in each camp.
Princess Marries the Page", arid
the job was never: started. Whetheror
Mr. Ward had put forth to secure "Spreading the News." Among the events will be a 100- the closing down of the mill will
not the contract is being held up the best and biggest turkey yard dash which is open to all, sack be devoted to the usual harvest festivities 1.
for some reason or whether it has Because'! the class'is small in number -
possible for the turkey' shoot the the members have secured the races, tug-of-war, horse-shoe pitch- to consist of field events and ,
been cancelled is not known.
I previous meeting in be- ing contests and other events, the barbecues s in each of the company "
apparently cooperation of several other
Labor for the job will' be hired mem
barbecue and .
winners in each event being given negro camps; and the -,.
I.ef; that he would win it himself bers
W of the student body and are
through the Pahokee office oft the
cash prizes. events will all dance at the sugar house Saturday ,;:
National Re-employment Service and I rind that the club had, decided to I able to present two plays ,for the These :
about 82- men wilt be required' -on I p'asent him with a-chicken to atone entertainment of the parents and take place in the forenoon 'and at night ,for the white personnel members -

,'j the project. No man work more for his disappointment., The chicken the friends of the school. noon the barbecue will be held. and friends of the company. :
may On Wednesday night of this week ::
Following the barbecue dinner the :1
presented was a baby chick en- "The
than Princess Marries the Page" .
eight hours'per day or forty'hours
winners of the various contests in the six thousandth visitor of the
closed in ,
a tiny coop and brought is
per week. Skilled labor must one of the early works of Miss
I each will be Har- was shown through the sugar
camp brought to season ,
a laugh.
be paid 75 cents per hour minimumand many Edna St. Vincent Millay who has be- ,
lem for an inter-camp final. The house by a company; guide. The -"
The usual group singing led by J.
the, unskilled labor must'receive come famous in America as a play-
same events will be held and again number,;will be much greater by the /
E. also
Beardsley' was greatly enjoyed.
at least thirty cents per hour. wright and poet. The cast for this 1i
the is ,silenced for :
the winners will 'receive cash prizes. time machinery
Contract was' also let Thursdayfor play is as follows:
These harvest-end celebrationsare the several months intervening between ;
surfacing six and a half, miles of Those enjoying the occasion were: The Princess, Florine Moore. '
I a great thing to the negroes in now and the beginning of the
state road 129 between Port Mayacca Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mr. The Page, LeRoy Hare. <
the camps' and they enter into the new season. More and more are the ,
' and Indiantown, running approximately and Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mr. and The King, 'Vincent Oglesby.The .
in Florida and the residentsof
spirit of the occasion in the light- tourists
;. half the' distance from the Mrs. Connally Nail, of Moore Haven, Lord High Chancellor, Bob '
hearted manner of the typical negro. the state realizing that the manu-
former community to the latter. ,The Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Dr. and Patterson.
facture of raw sugar is a gigantic
road will be of sand-bituminous con- Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Dr., and Mrs. O. F. Three Soldiers, Frances Wright, ACCIDENT VICTIM RECOVERING! enterprise and each year are coming

struction! and the apparent low bidder Schiffli, Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams, Dick Patterson, J. D. Hooker. in ever: increasing numbers to see ;

when the bids were announced. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mr. and "Spreading the News" was' writ- Buster Trimble, local airplane pil- the mill in' operation. ", ':

was' the Ballenger Construction Irs. J. G. Niblack, Mr.. and Mrs. A. ten by Lady Gregory for the Abbey ot, who was seriously injured last Should the mill close Monday the I

Company, of Lakeland, with a bid O. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley Theatre in' Dublin and has for its week,, __n when.. ___ his___ DIane cracked___n___ un-or--at length of the' present harvest will be '. :-i,

of $76,641.98., Mr. and Mrs. M., R. ;Lawler, Mr. purpose the keeping alive of the individuality Belle Glade was brought home 116 days as compared with 93 daysin
and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Miss MarIon of the '
: Irish countryfolk.The Thursday from the Good Samaritan 1934-35; 135 days in 1933.34;
; ,. Getzen Speaks Here Leydig, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mun- cast, follows: Hospital in West Palm Beach where 137 days in 1932-33 and 108 days'inthe '

." :'"' rce, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mr. .Bartley Fallon, ,Connie Clark. he was taken following the accidentand first harvest of 1931-32. ?"

2,., On 'Behalf Candidacy and Mrs. W. W. Perry, :Mr. and Mrs.D. Mrs Fallon, Katherine Wiandt. is apparently on the road to a

-- G. Alston, Mr. and Mrs.' "I. M. Jack Smith, Jack Moorman. quick recovery. He is staying at the

' Samuel W. Getzen, candidate for Pa'fford11'; and Mrs. A. W. Sias, Shawn Early, James Wlnn. home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Godfreyand Candidates Must ,Be .

the office of State Treasurer and the Gideon H. Brown, J. F. ,Tippey and Tim' Casey, Owen Winn. Mrs. Godfrey and .Mrs ,A. O.

first candidate for state office' with Sandy Bell.EASTER James Ryan, Charles Roberts. Ward drove to Palm Beach for him. Qualified May 13

... the exception 'of Governor to 'speak Mrs. Tarpey, Louise Bussey. The wreckage of his plane 'was also +

. here, addressed a good crowd in Mrs. Tulley, Ann Mathis.Jo brought here from Belle Glade .i r7

front of Alston's, Store last Saturday CANTATA TO BE Muldoon, Bill Owen. and those who have viewed the WIth) political races becoming .

afternoon in the interest of his can- PRESENTED BY CHURCH Magistrate, Carlisle Redish. twisted pile of metal in the yard at more warmly contested in almost

didacy. Following his talk he left for The students are working hard; to the Godfrey home realize that it was every case as each week passes the

, Mcore Haven and LaBelle/ end his Staner's "Crucifixion", an Easter give the two 'plays in the best manner only a miracle which' allowed the questions most commonly asked are '

:. day's speaking tour after a day cantata, is being prepared: by' the possible and urge the friends' of pilot to escape with his life. the dates for candidates qualifyingand

, ,, : which he had addressed the voters church choir of the Community the school to attend the program. the dead-line for the payment '

['. in practically every community church under the direction of J. E. FORMER RESIDENT ,DIES of poll taxes.According .

:', around the Lake. Beardsley and will be presented -- to the state statutes all

,-.1'' Mr. Getzen bases his claim for the twice during the Easter season, Engineer Officials Conn Backus, who with his par- officials must be qualifiednot

,-,\ office on his legislative record' as probably once on the evening of ents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Backus, county later than twenty days preceding -

iX' Representative and Senator from his Good Friday' and again on Easter I Inspect Projects lived in Clewiston several years ago, I the first primary and thirty days
h home county, Sumter, in which he Sunday. died Sunday in Chicago of carbon
I candidates. As the date ,for
I for r
'::- : championed the schools, the home Magda Potter, Kay Lawler, F. M. monoxide poisoning it was learned the' first' primary falls on June 2,

';,'.:, owner and taxpayer, the farmers and Wright and R. N. Smith will be the I 'Col..,Earl North, District Engineerof here this week. He is survived by all candidates for county office must ,
\ citrus growers and everything for soloists, with the entire choir his wife, the former Miss Catherine ,
note I the Jacksonville: District, Capt.P be qualified by May 13 which 'means 5
',: of Clewiston and son.
the Cherry one
betterment of Florida. He is a as yet named.ST. .
:' A. Feringa, Assistant District that they shall pay their qualifying .
'/ "Cracker" and proud of it and states Engineer, J. 'R. Peyton, senior en- COMMISSIONERS PLAN'TOATTEND fees and file a sworn statement of .,

; .S. that he feels that the native, sons I PATRICK'S DAY I gineer in charge of all floating : ROAD MEETING campaign expenses. Three days later -
of Florida are due for their in
inning ,
I DANCE A equipment in the Jacksonville dis- on May 16 is the dead-line for the
thisyear's SUCCESSThe
election. I trict, Capt. E. H. Levy, second in The entire board of county com- payment of poll taxes. The qualifying .,
< Getzen was accompanied by command, on the Cross-State canal missioners of Hendry county as well fee is based on three per cent of .

Jack Whidden of Lakeland, who dance at the Clewiston Inn work and Carawan Nelson, engineer as many other influential citizensare the office salary for one year, figur- ,

until make'the a short time ago had intended on St. Patrick's Day was attendedby from the' Jacksonville office were in planning to attend the meetingof ing for, the year just passed, and in "

! to race for ,Commissioner a large crowd not only from Clewiston Monday and Tuesday the State Road Department In Or- this county rarely exceed ninety dollars '

I b of Agriculture, withdrawing from Clewlstcn but from all the towns in making'a complete Inspection of the lando Monday at which time the ten- as the maximum. The qualifying

2",: the race because of the lack of fin- the lake territory'nd netted the St. river and lake work and' with Capt. tative budget drawn up at the last fee for Justice of the Peace is '

; ances. Margaret's Catholic church ,a nice Richardson Selee of the Clewiston meeting In Tallahassee will be acted the smallest.
I As State Treasurer Mr. Getzen profit. Although the floor was sub-office went all the in '
over projects upon, revised and approved.The Registration books are now
would be a member of the following crowded
throughout the evening In detail. primary interest of this sec- charge of the deputy supervisors but '

I ,. boards: Insurance Commissioner, those who attended described it as Their primary: Interest on the trip tion, at this time Is to ,work with oth- will ,be returned to the courthouseon

,'. State Budget Board, Board of Administration one of.the best dances of the year. was the soil erosion on the open lake er interested delegations for the im- the first Monday in April

Board of Commissioners JImmie Flournoy's orchestra of between Pahokee and Port Mayaccaand mediate construction of State Road and the Supervisor's office will remain yy

I of State Institutions and Internal ei&'ht pieces furnished the music and after' a thorough study of the No. 29 from the lake section to Miami open each day until the first

Improvement Board. He states wcrevvery good. During intermission conditions it is probable that they and Fort Lauderdale, but the j Monday In May for anyone to resister '

that he feels well qualified to handle many articles were raffled off will take some steps In the near future delegation will also appear in behalf who may have omitted doing so ,,

the work of all these boards. including live ducks, and pigs. to prevent further damage. of roads in the county (Continued on Page 8) .


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Make These SpringAccessories DUTY OF BEING HAPPY

News Review of Current
BRISBANETHIS There Is no duty we so much

derrate as the duty of being 1111"J

Events the World Over By being happy, we 'sow t

WEEK benefits upon the world, which re-

main unknown even to ourselves, or

when they are disclosed surprise no-

Pretending ,Costs MoneyA body so much as the benefactor.

Japanese Widow New Tax Program Stirs Hot Debate-Black's Seizure of

The Five Babies Are Well Telegrams-Norris Dam Is Completed-Italo- .

Democratic Edward VIII Beware Coughsfrom

Even Imitation war Is costly. Eng- Ethiopian Peace Draws Nearer.

land's battleships submarines and airplanes colds
in we Mediterranean -
. Intended By EDWARD W. PICKARD That Hang OnNo

t to Intimidate Italy Western Newspaper Union.

v.tY and keep down dIscontent -
ova SAM B. HILL of Moore of Trenton a Republican leader, matter how many medicinesyou
his subcommittee have tried for your cough,chest
represent no real contemplating starting an active cold or bronchial Irritation, you can
z of the house ways and means committee campaign for him In that state. II' t 1 get relief now with Creomulsion

war.England occasion took up the heavy task of determining Serious trouble may be brewing and

how the : you cannot afford.to take a chance-
.: ally discharges light ; new revenue of $1- ON THE third anniversary of his with anything less than Creomul-

"depth bombs" in called for Inauguration President Roosevelt PATTERN 1132 sion, which goes right to the seat
the Mediterranean, 137,000,000 pushed an electric key In the White of the trouble to aid nature to

"bringing Italiansubmarines by President Roosevelt House which set In motion Just as soon as you complete 'one soothe and heal the inflamed mem-
J should be raised. machinery branes as the germ-laden phlegm,
poppinglike officials recommended that closed the sluice gates of the of this smart pair you can begin us- is loosened and expelled. .
corks to the : Norris dam In the Tennessee Valley ing it, for either Is right for now, or Even if other remedies have

f surface." Yet the that an av- project. This signalized the completionof Spring. Both are very easy to do, for failed, don't be discouraged, your
tell 1 erage tax of 33% per druggist is authorized to guarantee
government a 4 that part of the vast work 'on the the greater part Is'just plain crochet "
cent should be leviedon Creomulsion and to refund your
Arthur, Bri.ban the house of com- Clinch river. with a simple shell stitch for contrast
undivided corporation money if you are not satisfied with
mons this Imitation .S and a "I hope as many people as can will In hat brim, and on the purse. results from, the very first bottle.

'war costs British taxpayers five ;.. profits go to see the Norris dam In eastern The rayon and wool mixture so pop- Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.)
tax of 90 cent '
.hundred thousand pounds a month. L.' a.. --; aJ] refunded per or un-, Tennessee," the President said In a formal ular now' Is an attractive yarn to use.

Rep. s. B. statement. exemplifies great en- Pattern 1132 comes to you with directions -
AAA processing
The twenty-four-year-old widow of "um' gineering skill, high construction efficiency for making the'set; an Illustration -
taxes. In this the
a Japanese officer who committed suicide of. It and of all stitches need- )
'after the recent rebellion 'sends fiscal experts followed the suggestionsof and, above all, It Is the key to 18_

Mr. Roosevelt. They told the sub- the carefully worked out control of a ed ; material requirements.
a letter of apology to "Your august '
Send 15 cents in coins'
stamps or
committee that the proposed corpor- great river and Its ,water spread over
majesty, the Japanese emperor, sayIng -
ation parts of seven states., (coins preferred) to The Sewing CIr-
surplus tax would yield the
: '"I believe the' spirit of husband -
ernment 620000.000 annually. The "The Norris dam Is a practical sym- cle, Needlecraft Dept., 82 EIghth' Why wish, wait and worry for
In coffin be-
whose body lies a who President has estimated that this bol of better life and greater oppor- Ave., New York, N. Y. ready cash? Start NOW s lIinl"DDcc.cnl'J"
fore mealso for those
sorrows .. .. :: ..
tunity for millions of citizens of ---
fell." amount will be needed to finance the our I

A'most serious people, the Japanese, new farm program and the soldier country. The nation has come to real- Nipponese Typists Have but WASHABLE MONOGRAMS

bonus. ize that national resources must not lot shctts, shirts, ri ndlrcHi'[i, b1oui.s,

particularly where their emperor Is The so-called "windfall' tax on be wasted and the Norris dam Is evidence 2.000 Characters to MasterThe pillow uses, scars, und.r.....' Instantly:

concerned., Nipponese manipulators of ppli.d with: hot iron. 25 cents for 12
that our program for conserva-
processors who successfully challengedthe typewriters have to struggle with a Everybody ntdl,. buy them:
AAA In the courts, It was be- tion of these resources Is going for
DOctor modest from
Dafoe man
keyboard of 2,000 characters to_ be PROFIT I for AGENTS
Canada, who understands quintuplets, lieved, ,would yield another $200,000-
picked out by hand. The slugs have
Selling instructions and simple I5e I Iii".,
000. This will be used to reimbursethe
dropped In to the five little girls
say Individual compartments In a sliding or stamps. Stat initial desired
are doing well, fighting frequently, treasury for losses suffered as a SENATOR BORAH and Senator Van tray., The stenographer must
pressa FRANCES EMBLEMS,l Ille.,(33 W 7Jr< St.,N.Y.
sign of a normal condition. They like result of the Supreme court's Invalida Indiana, the latter a Democrat knob in picking out these ]Individual -

sleeping outdoors with the weather 30 tion of AAA. There remains an ad- Introduced a bill directed against signs of the Katakana Hi-

below zero, but In daytime only. It ditional $317,000,000 which It Is pro- certain practices of the chain stores. ragana forms ,

would 'd Ught you to see their red posed to raise through excise taxes on The, measure would make It unlawful Characters which
once were pictured -
cheeks: a wide range of farm processors. for any person engaged In commerceto have been reduced to their o
: Three hundred and seventy-five thousand Chairman Hill said the experts and grant any discount:; rebate, allow simplest, forms on the typewriter, BLACK LEAF 40"

'visitors, nearly all from the United the members of the subcommittee were, ance or advertising service charge to '
and now represent ideas only when Keeps Dogs Away from
States, came to')look through a fence agreed that the tax on undivided sur- a purchaser over that available to the placed In sound and thought se Get Evergr'eensShrubsetc.your .

-at quintuplets last year; 500,000are plus should not apply to banks and purchasers' competitors. It also would quence. When the knob Is moved from ctss6Usa IV4Tcaspoafsd

I expected this year. The baby girls life Insurance companies. prohibit sales "at prices lower than directly over the selected character, Dealer u" per Gallon of Spray.

; "1 are '.'a wonderful advertisement for There was wide divergence of opIn- those exacted by said person elsewhereIn
pressure Is exerted. A metal arm
Canada. Many .that. go to see, them ion concerning this tax among lead- the United States for the purposeof
pushes across a tiny Ink roller and
lll.buy. farms" and stay. ers In congress. Senator James Ham destroying competition or eliminating against the paper which Is rolledon Off and On

., .-- -- ilton Lewis of Illinois, Democrat, for a competitor."
,1A = a drum. The drum shifts and revolves He who "swears off" has more

.democratic young person Is Edward instance, declared himself against It as The so-called Roblnson-Patman anti- as the letter progresses.- money to spend on his other habits.

the.; Eighth new .king of England and an unnecessary additional burden on monopoly bill, also aimed at chain Cleveland Plain Dealer

:emperor of India. Broadcasting to business and indicated he would sup stores, will be passed by the senate )

,'200,000.000 that! lire under the British port, Instead!, a plan to tax the Income before very long, according to a promise Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes

flag and occupy one-quarter of'the from federal securities now ex- made by Senator Robinson to amass weak women strong. No alcohol. Sold

artii's- surface, he does not, ,refer to empt.' Senator Borah Republican, meeting of 1,500 Independent mer- by druggists in tablets or liquid.-Adr,

them 'as "my 'subjects" or "my peo- said that in principle! he endorsed the chants who went to Washington to lob-

ple." as h'is predecessors did, but calls plan of taxing undistributed earnings, by for the measure. This bill legislates Our IlliteratesSo

them "fellow men." while Senator Hastings of Delaware against special prices rebates, adver- many people who are Ignorant ITS
And Edward VIII does mot refer to also Republican, denounced It as "con- tising allowances and brokerage fees don't mind it. DANGEROUSIAvoid

himself as "we." which Is customary n'scatory." Senator King of 'Utah, giving sales advantage to chain stores. risk of infection;

with other rulers. His father spokeof Democrat, and Representative Knutsonof .- enjoy instant relief from pain and

"my empire" and "my dear people"and Minnesota Republican, were movedby THROUGH Its committee of thir- Lady "Much Relieved" quickly, safely remove your corns-

called himself "w('." the program to demand Immediate League of Nations appealed After; Taking Cardui use Dr. Scholl's Zino-pads. They

cutting down of federal expenditures, soothe and heal;stop shoe pressure;
and Emperor
be active
Although they may very
A joint resolution In the bouse and and In this Mr. Borah concurred. prevent sore toes and blisters. At I
Halle Selassie to consent to Immediate and apparently in good health, many all drug, shoe and department
senate suggests 'a congressional: medal Speaker Joseph W Byrns and Majority
certain times will wellto
negotiations! women, at stores-only 2Sjt and 35t a box.
of hoRor for the late Gen. William Leader W. B. Bankhead professed for an end to hostilities take Cardui. Mrs. F. T. Foster, of )

Mitchell, head of the American air to sen no dillicultlcs! In the way of and a definitereestablishment Greensburg, Ky. writes that she has

forces In. the big war Few congressmen the proposed measure. :T's ot "derived great ,benefit" from Cardui.

would ''vote against a tribute to One thing that boosted the chances yoy s "Before taking Cardui, I was weak and B8VJM
Italo-Ethloptan !
peact extremely nervous, and suffered from sleep-
a man who fought so well for his ,country of the President's tax program was a ryw Though considerationof lessness.' This made me tired and worn in

and the medal world please his report) from Secretary of Commerce daytime. My back ached continually. Beingan
the his
proposal by active woman, I did not want to con
widow and children.If Hoper that corporation Income in 1D.'J5: cabinet council was tinue in this condition. Having heard a

congress wants to honor the memory was alb per cent higher than In .193J.IN : delayed few great deal about,Cardui, I found, after justa e TfePERFECT:
a days, few bottles, I was'much relieved. I con-
of General Mitchell as he would
Mussolini, accordingto tinued taking Cardui and. was to muchhelped
wish, it will hnlld more airplanes and ."
THK I course of his probe Into the advices from Rome
Of if Cardui does benefit
lead the'worl. Ir. aviation Instead of course, l.U.oauHm'lHere's
affairs of enemies of the New Deal, was disposed to ac- YOU, consult a physician. 30c40c65c Bottles
trailing. ...., ..,
... Senator Black of Alabama, chairman ";:" qulesce provided territory -

of the lobby committee, assumed the GlUseppo, In Ethiopia' already .
Uncl SHHI paying rent to Panama Motta
right to seize and examine their private occupied'b1
for the canal, offering the usual $250:
Je.egrams. and thus his Investigation Italy Is considered hers and left out
000 rent Installment -was told:. "No,
was carried Into the courts. of the negotiations. Very Way
we do not take 59-((>u'' dollars.; "
Silas Strawn, Chicago attorney Halle Selassie accepted the proposal )
r Washington arhclts that while It
may learned the committee was about to without reservation. In recent days
try Interestingrperim.'nts with! Its "Alkalize"AcidIndigestion
subpoena his telegrams and he ob- ,his armies In the northern sector have to
own money, and tell Its own citizens
talneda, temporary Injunction blocking been routed In big battles and have
"Gold Is too good for you, It bus no
I such action lie has asked the District lost many thousands of men, and the
right to make the outside world suffer Away
of Columbia Supreme court to make Italians have penetrated far toward
I. Panama will get:: an amount of money
this Injunction' permanent. the interior of the country ; and In
E: equal to 2.10.000 of our dollars before
The wholesale examination of telegrams the South the Invaders were
we slid off the gold basis and Into the Amazingly Fast Relief Now
f' was attacked by Representative for a rapid advance.
"Inflation bond" <.ra.
: \Vndsworth ,of New York, and defended Back of the league's' appeal was from "Acid Indigestion" OverIndulgence

by Senator Black. the standing threat of extension of d ,

Sometimes government ownershipgets "It strikes me," Wadsworth said, sanctions to Include an embargo on Nausea $

things done. Germany's postal "that we have reached a strange.stage oil. This suddenly brought about a ;

-' ministry opens the first long-distance in the development of democracy when situation rather disconcerting for the and Upsets SU

:' television-telephone In the world be- private correspondence can be seized league. Ur, Giuseppe Motta, Swiss

't_ tween Berlin and Leipzig-the charge without court procedure or search war-. foreign minister, gave a warning thatIf 4

for three minutes only $1.40. When rant." the oil embargo was applied bid! ,

:. .you call up a "strong, bluish light"::
Black said : "Repeatedly It has been country might feel It necessary to

: Illuminates your race, which Is seen by held that the senate can call for whatit leave the league In order to preserve you want really quick relief frequent sufferer from "acid
the person at the other end. of the line. from painful stomach," use Phillips' Milk of
pleases. There appears to have been Its neutrality If the consequent threat an upset or

That would have been Improbablewhen a concerted effort by those who seekto ened war in Europe resulted. Motta stomach condition-arising from Magnesia SO minutes after meals.

telephones were Installed In the that If the over-eating You'll forget have a stomach!
Influence legislation behind the pointed out Italy quit acidity following you
big Paris exposition, not \ .
sno s ago. scenes, through subterranean channels, league and hosilitles ensued, Switzer smoking, mixtures of foods or When you buy, see that any

Four the to prevent us from getting evidence" land through her membership In the stimulants- just try this: box or bottle you accept is clearly ,
yeiix ago Lindbergh child
would In Italian -
league appear eyesas
marked "Genuine Phillips'Milk
was kidnaped. Bruno Haiiptmann Take-2 teaspoonfuls of Phil-
/GOVERNOR LANDON'S boom for a party to a hostile coalition, and "
convicted of the kidnaping and murder lips' :Milk of Magnesia in a of Magnesia
f the Republican Presidential nomi- would be subject to Invasion, by Italyon
taught spending the marked gold side and full glass of water. OR 2 .
nation is progressing in a way that one perhaps by Germanyon
certificates that Lindbergh paid In a Phillips' Milk of Magnesia I
the other.BRITAIN'S.
be his
u ust pleasing; to supporters.
vain effort -to pet bark his child, Is Tablets the exact equivalentof I
ctlll Kansas Republicans In a state con"en.tlon SIGNS WHICH OFTEN
pledged him the state's 18 dele- government evidently be- the liquid form.
It Is
:ahl that he will Urge another INDICATE "ACID STOMACH"PAIN
I rpprit>vE'. Our system of Justice Is not!: gates to the Cleveland convention, de- war is coming, and This acts almost immediately to

hasty. claring him to be "the best-fitted can- Intends to be well prepared. It made alkalize the excess acid in the AFTER EATING SLEEPLESSNESS ,

didate." That, Kansas should supportIts 'public a gigantic program for IncreasesIn stomach. Neutralizes the acids FEELING OF WEAKNESS INDIGESTION

Is natural and expected: the and air forces and NAUSEA MOUTH ACIDITY
governor army navy
,post office shows that efficiency that cause headaches, nausea, STOMACH
ry but he also Is garnering a good many for swift mobilization/ of man power
In You
; government Is. not Impossible Noprlvatl' and indigestion pains. feel FREQUENT HEADACHES
delegates elsewhere, and IndorsementIn and Industry No official cost estimate
concern would send n letter results at once.
some states where the delegates given out but authorities said the
are was .
t from Florida to Alaska for three .
,' cents: ..
Try it. AND -if are a .
uninstructed. total over a three-year period would you "'-"' -'"
: collecting delivering the I,
; ,. tter:. .
F'' King Featured 9sndlcato. ( .Sentiment favorable to' Landon apprpr be not less than one and a half billion '
: a0. -'- ;
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" ,._i THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1937 ___ _'",

'a'------ -------- EFFECT OF EDUCATION ONLY
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VLTRY% UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL He has seen but little of life win Peculiarities of character are Interesting ,. .i

does not discern everywhere the effect seldom useful. / &I' ; ';'

SUNDAY L of early education on men's ','I''i

essonDy opinions and habits of thinking. x :.,
/- .. FEAR DEATH LOSS Children bring out of the nursery }: s }f JJ i i '.t i;
REV. P. B FIT7 WATER. D. D., that which displays Itself throughout -
g.' IN MANY FLOCKS Member Institute of Faculty of Chicago., Moody Bible their lives.-Ceclll. 1i

Western Newspaper Union. ;

?":''., Stringent Methods Must Be CHAPPEDSKIN Lllh"PARKER'S -Iij

Lessen for March 22
: Used, Specialist,Says. ..,
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: By H H. Alp. Poultry Extension Specialist <'
i'" .;' College of Agriculture, University ,,>"';:" ':::kj: My Ideal Remedy for ,
: i' of Illinois.-WNU Service. LESSON TEXT-Luke 12:13-34. 'l To quickly relieve HAIR BALSAM ,
Fi:,( Although the outlook for poultry'and GOLDEN TEXT-Seek ye first the '' 1, HEADACHE"Though /chapping and roughness, e Removegnaadmf-StopIDarrFalang -t
.f eggs Is mostly favorable for the first kingdom of God, and his righteousness; :.,Jii; .t/ .. I have tried all good apply soothing, Impart Color and ,_ "
and all these things shall be added Beanty Gray and Faded Hair f
; <:: remedies Capudine Baits me
half of the heavy mortality losses : Menfholatum. We and
II 00
( year unto you.-Matthew 6:33. '... : :{X best.1t is quick and gentle." cooling Druggists.
,. : .y : ;K Hlgeog Cbcm Wk..,Patehoiroe.N.Y. p
! still loom as a threat to the poultry PRIMARY TOPIC-God's Good Gifts. \4f Quickest because it is liquid- FLORESTON .
industry. JUNIOR TOPIC When Is a Man : :;ea..:'h ,;i-ita.ingredients are already disk's connectionwitb SHAMPOO Parker's Hair-BalsanuMakesth Ideal for use in .:;

: I Some flock owners last year lost as Rich INTERMEDIATE? AND SENIOR vi.f.v;?:i'>::(;
:' high as 47 per cent of l their mature TOPIC-What Is Most Worth Living: .
: flocks, ,and there will be ruinous losses For? a P I
again this season unless poultrymen
' adopt more stringent methods than The common tendency of men Is to If Weak, Run Down,

they have used In the past. be engrossed"with the gifts of God'In- .

The drive against poultry mortality stead of knowing him as the heavenly COMING OUT? Feeling SluggishCleanse with backache ?
losses might well start with greater Father and enjoying his blessed fellow- ,

." alertness on the part of flock owners ship. Man's supreme need Is to know You need a medicine matter-don't your allow Intestines poisons of to waste continue f ,' '- '. "
;.' In detecting birds out of condition, In and enjoy God himself. .. to stop it-regular to accumulate and break down WHEN kidneys function badly and ':

:.';,: : destroying and removing quickly from I. A Warning Against Covetousness c use of Glover's your vitality and health. For biliousness suffer a nagging backache; -J
dizzy spells, sick headaches, with dizziness, burning, scanty or too, :
:.;'.: ,', the pen all sick' birds and in a real .(vv. 13-21)). t: MangeMeditdneand Medicated upset stomach, bad breath,or lack frequent :urination and getting up at ,.'
a: ; appreciation of cleanliness 1. The occasion (vv. 13,15). One of Glover's of appetite, due to constipation, take night when you feel tired nervous, j jall
;J. Certainly drugs and so-called remedies the company requested ,Jesus to ,be < ,.. Soap for the shame Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative ( upset. use Doan's Pills( ( ,
A: :, :.. ; poo. Stops excessive Powder for quick relief. It la Docn's for
have failed to solve the problem, umpire In a disputed estate. Two are especially poorly :
+ : ', Falling Hair; over- mild-but effective-it acts gently OJ,'
: working kidneys. Millions of boxes y'
:!>-, much.as they have been used. brothers were in trouble over an In- .. "
: comes Dandruff; pro- yet thoroughly and removes that
" There is too much "doctoring" of heritance. Christ refused-to enter the ./ are every: year. They are recommended '
__ motes normal hair clogged condition of the bowels. Get, the Ask
: sick;: chickens and not enough clean sphere of the civil law and warned growth and scalp health.Ask your Hairdresser the large yellow tin box from your country over. your 'j

:., feeders, waterers and houses. It Is against the spirit of avarice. His mIs- SolJat druggist. Price 25c. neighbor.! .
; ::. useless, :of course, to clean the drop- sion was pre-eminently spiritual. __: DrugSronr all DR. HITCHCOCK'SLaxative )'i'.j.

pings board and leave a side rail to 2. The warning enforced, (vv. 10-22)). .

a feeder or waterer filthy dirty. Dirt This was done by the parable of the ,Powder ,
around the feed and water helps to rich man. He showed most clearisy .

give the birds every possible chanceof that to be concerned with earthly.

thorough exposure to any 'disease riches while neglecting God Is the

: or parasite present.. highest folly. Concerning this man, .;:'
.. Faulty sanitation or flock: management note: '.',

. Is probably not wholly respon- a. His Increased goods (v. 16). His ft

sible for heavy mortality losses now riches were rightly obtained, for the

" ) being suffered by flock;: owners. There ground brought forth plentifully. A .... .J...1...r...
,;,' Is considerable evidence that certain man may be rich because the Lord's ;; :: .A.; .. ,. ,., ..,,

strains ,of poultry may be lacking In blessing is upon him. rr TE FARM : ., 'I'. "

vitality. Future breeding may need to b. His perplexity (v. 17). His r '. ,
be done more with two-year-old stock;: lands were producing more than his .;

. and less 'with yearlings. More consideration barns would hold. He did not want It : :; : 'GtiiaFr ;r.F:v''::a:r'{.!; ir.>.: .'
: ,
\ might well be given to the effect to go to waste. No frugal man wantsto orr..v.Y. ;. .. :
of breeding on mortality. \ see the fruits of his toil perish. If
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he had possessed right views, of life { {::{ ::{:.M.r. : {{;),4::'}<'t}::::: :};Yr''arxx

and a sense of stewardship before ri\f; ,:f':}}.:ss.:v';::vR:,s;:...;:%:::;':: ':':':::r:::'. ::: .ys ,
Why the Early-Hatched r }.'::s.nv ;
'(''. God, he would have seen that his barns :'kr}{#: : i'fGi, iri'. .::$ :t:2: :}'.:;:;: ..:.v.} SOL.
't Chicks Are Preferred for his needs and :>:,x.;A:..':.v'?;:.; :yix:; ;'t ;.;.;#:, :.;,t{;'::a > 'wr::::
had ,
, enough personal "
" ?<: :;;;: if:'}::+.+. : :v'ti.:5: :: :>tf
would have distributed the surplus to
There are at least five reasons why

\' : one Is apt to be more successful when the needy. ,
rAr}#{:a.a "
early hatched chicks are raised, ac- c. His fatal choice (vv. IS, 19)! ). He ,} ? .

cording' to H. L. J Kempster, of the Missouri chose to enlarge his barns, and give } : if: S YOr om v + t'? 9i isp
College of Agriculture. up his life to ease and luxury. It
:;) The pullets will have time to ma- ought to be a delightful task for men
ture and start laying in late summer whom God has made rich to devote

or early fall, when egg prices are their time and energy to the distribu-

higher; the cockerels, when sold as tion of their possessions to benevolent

broilers, usually return more money; objects.d. .

early hatched chicks are not so likely The awful Indictment (vv. 20,
to become infected with coccidiosis 21). God calls him a fool and this Is

and Infested with worms; early no arbitrary judgment. Riches furnish \{ + hvr'A
hatched pullets develop Into heavier neither contentment In life -nor guar-'

birds, which lay' larger eggs atiJ antee of the continuance of life. It Is
cooler weather Is conducive to more not only foolishness, madness to'forget I

,. rapid growth and proper development. God while engaged in heaping up a' + I
.. In the selection of chicks, buy those riches. Soon the man must die and GROUND GRgp TKRES
J that are free from disease and of his riches may get Into the hands of

vigorous stock, which has been tested unworthy men or even curse the lives SPEED UP FARM WORK-MAKE

for pullorum disease. Try to, get of the children who Inherit them. ;
heavy laying hens or from II. The Certain Cure for Anxietyvv.

early hatched, well matured pullets.It ( 22-34).

Is desirable that they come from Having shown the folly of the rich HARVEY S. FIRESTONE pioneered and '" ,
females which lay large eggs and have man who gained gold and lost God, he
been mated to male birds that come now urged the disciples to trust, God Firestone engineers developed a pneumatic tire ,

from high producing hens that lay' and dismiss all anxious cure. which is the greatest contribution in recent years ':}4w }<",: "" ..
large eggs (two ounces each'or more). 1. The argument (vv. 22, 23). This to efficient and "
more economical farming.Farmers .
Is summed up In one brief sentence: )
Brooder House TemperatureThe ""The life \Is more than meat, and the using Ground Grip Tires on their tractors are

temperature in a brooder house body Is more than raiment.:' saving more than 25 % in time and fuel. "

where a brick brooder Is used should 2. The Illustrations (vv. 24-28). Guarantee-This heavy,
: range from 70 to 75 degrees. The a. God's care for the fowls (vv. On all farm implements the Ground Grip Super-Traction tread Is
thermometer 24-26). The ravens do not sow nor guaranteed not to loosen from ':
should ;
be placed on the Tire has proved of practical and >:
wall one foot above the floor and reap, they have neither storehouses time-saving the tire body under any ";
three feet from the brooder where nor{ barns, yet they live, for God feels money-saving value. Wagons, combines, mowers, conditions,and all other parts ;
them. If God does not. forget the fowl, S.'t'. of the tire are fully guaranteed
possible and the readings should be certainly he will do more for his chil- sprayers, grain drills require up to 50% less draft' to give satisfaction. '.:,:
taken at that point It Is well to remember '
says a North Carolina State dren who have been created In his to pull them. Hauling is speeded up. Plowing is done with '- ';
college authority, that a bucket of water likeness and Image and redeemed by more uniform depth. Vines and roots are not injured or
the blood of his
precious FOR CAR S
should be kept on top of the brood.'
cut, allowing closer planting and
er at all times. This raises the humidity b. God's care for the flowers of the greater yield. HEAVY DUTY
and aids In early feathering of field (vv. 27, 28), If God is so carefulof Grip Tires do not pack the soil and give greater protection 4.40/4.50/4.75.2 $7.85 '$9.80

the chicks. A wire guard above the those flowers which appear but fora to equipment. 4.75/5.00.19..._..... 5.50 XO.60 ,
bucket of water will prevent the chicks day, how much more .will he clothe 45047550020. 8.35 XO.35 :
5.25/5.50.17_......_ XO.55 X.50
his: children? It minimum ,
falling In. requires only a investment to all ';
8. The exhortations put your 5.25/5.50-18..__. XO.65 X.75
equipment on Ground Grip Tires. With Firestone's 6.00.16--- XX.95 X4.X5
a. The getting of food and clothes : :
Feeding Fresh Greens should not be man's ,chief concern. demountable, rim and cut-down method of' applying the Other Sizes Priced Proportionately Low .- .. ',.

It fresh greens are fed as the onlj b. Seek the kingdom of God (y. rim to the original implement wheels, one set of tires willfit FOR T RUe K S .
source of vitamin A
they should be 31). Those who make God's kingdom
fed, daily In amounts of (5 to G poundsper first shall have all of their needs sup several implements. Tires can be changed quickly 32x6Tra..Sz7.6S' : 7.50.20$35.0 ',
32x6 H.D_ 36.5 7.50-24.. 39.00
hay 100 birds be per day. Whole alfalfa plied (Phil, 4:19), from one implement to another-you ,need only two or 60020._.., 16.9S 82520.. 49.30 .
can fed In racks or In the litterat CBe, not afraid (v. $n, God's '
three 6.50-20.. ZI.95 8.25-24.. S4.15
sets all ?
the rate of about 2 pounds per day good pleasure Is his practically your implements. .
upon own and all 1.00.20._..., 9.10 90020.. 60.15
for the same number of birds when good things he will give them. '
Firestone Other SIzes Priced Proportionately Low
; fresh greens or alfalfa meal are not d. Practice self-denial In order to patented Gum-Dipped cords, with two

;' fed. Alfalfa meal or leaf meal should give gifts to those In need (vv. 33, 31). extra layers of ,Gum-Dipped cords under the tread, FOR TRACTORS '

-A: r. "be Included In the mash, at least 10 III. Be Ready for the Coming of holding the patented supertraction'tread the. cord 5.00.15..$
' per cent and 8 to 8.25-40S68.40 ,
per cent,
; : the Lord
;; (vv. 35-40). '
'; :It used us the only vitamin'A body ma d. tire 5.50-16.. 9.00.36 66.55
source of Having warned the discIples againstthe great possible.See 60016. 935/1'/ 11.25-24 S9.95 "

f acquisition of worldly goods, while 7.50.18_ 12.75.28 186.8 ,
> Poultry CullingsMarkets forgetting God, and shown them the the nearby Firestone Tire Dealer, Implement Other Suez: pteed Proportionate/iLow) / .-

: seem to prefer Infertile needlessness of anxiety for ,food and Dealer or Firestone Auto Supply and Service -...nn.......... ...n.:1............................. -'- '
,eggs. clothes, he shows them the blessed- Store today-and in placing order for I FIRESTONE TIRErA ND RUBBER CO.equipment :: ,
. S ness of being In a state of readiness your new j ,.
Dept. WNU-321 Farm Division-Akron O. .
Enlarged livers occur In a number' when the Lord shall come. ConvIction be sure to specify Firestone Ground ; j.
poultry diseases.. ns to the certainty of the Lord's coca Please"send me a.copy of your new
Grip on your new tractor or farm implement., 5 farm Tire ,
Ing Is u sure cure for woddllness and Catalog! : .,'

Moderation Is a pretty anxious care. HAM,: !
good policy
the -
In 'all things, Including chicken rals- This attitude of heart he made clear featuring Richard I :
ing. by two parables; that of the return of Crooks or Nelson Eddy--with Margaret Speaks,Monday E| IfarmAcresowna.._.Tractorevenings : 3
.> the Lord, and that of the thief. The over Nationwide N. B. C.-WEAF; Networks
I TOWN R.F.D,*...;;.;..STATE.: ..._ :
Laying hens will produce more'egga Lord will be so pleased with those wlio l...............:.....................c...!...............
during the winter If they get warm are waiting for him that he will ihfee
water: to drink. delight In sitting at the banquet with r .
them, and he will even serve them.
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Clewiston News see him and grab hold of the other FOR 'SALE- Round cabbage to am capable of carrying on the workof

The end In an effort to 'take it away trucks. See Hoomes Rich at U. S. the office in an honest and fear- SUBSCRIIiE TO THE NEWS ,\::. ..

from! him. Then when they droppedit Engineer office. 1 tp. less manner and of giving'the peopleof ., :- I
and started clawin' at each otherin .:...:..:... :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ministration the county if a elected.conscientious Your vote ad- ,"." ,

Published every Friday In Clewiston, I earnest some other hopeful would and your support will be appreciated. j. M. COUSE '
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, snatch it up and start high-ballin' POLITICAL r ';..\' ,1.,
Inc. toward his end of the joint with a DOUGLAS THOMPSON. Counselor and Attorney at Law:: .: : ,

halt dozen others at his heels. Hopkins ,
Building ; ;
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would be staggerin'down
Some bird ANNOUNCEMENTSPaid \ .
Wednesdays and Saturdays < :}
Editor the center aisle with an armload FOIL TAX ASSESSORTo .. ,
Keathley'Bowden, f j
of free books and before he ( Political Adv.) I 9:30 to 4:00 .'iY.'

some other the Democratic Voters of Hen- '. ;.\
could candidate get would anywhere sock him over the .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..: .:..:.:..:..:..:..:. dry County: '.".:3 I

.ntered as second class mall matter head with a bottle before the other TO THE VOTERS OF HENDRYCOUNTY I I hereby announce my candidaCY' : ,f .:: !
February 1, 1927, at the Post .I bird came out of his coma. All of for the office of Tax Assessor in Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath I. >: j1

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under which often makes me wonder why Hendry County, subject to the action: '.:

1897. want to waste their time LaBelle, Fla.I of the Democratic Primaries in June I i
the Act of March 3, those boys Your vote and support will be ',' :. .
runnin' for Governor when Mr. announce my candidacy for the "
Ringling is payin' such good wagesto Instruction.office of Superintendent of Public ly appreciated.. R. N. great-I Lake Harbor Phone No. 1 .:' ;',._ .' ;:':;FAre ,

Subscription rate, $200; per year. clowns. I .
Advertising rates on application. There is supposed to be a law a- I served the schools of this com-I ', .:' (
lotteries in this state but I'll munity many years and will;if elected -
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do my best to keep the doors of :' ;..,
swear I can't see where a fellow who ..,
the school houses open and raise the >
Devoted to the advancement and puts a dollar on the Irish Sweep- standard of the schools.I You Willing To Make Sacrifices Now -. .; '. ',

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry stakes is takin' much more chance promise a complete separationof '
County. than a lot of these saps who are put- the schools from politics and I In Order To Build Up A Future? I :'j.J't

tin' $50,000 on a chance to be Governor will work for a tenure of teachers ; ,. .. -

I especially when some of 'emhaven't based entirely upon their success in One of the oldest Legal Reserve Life In- \:.: :':
the school room. .
even got the chance thoughin .
is doing
Hendry county
secure the construction of State, most cases It's somebody else's Upon this platform I solicit your surance Companies desires an active rep- ;>j
Road 26 to Miami. nickles :they're f ;edin' in the slot- support. D. G. McCORMICK. resentative in Clewiston and the Lake Region .:: .,':
} 6'they should worry. But there'sOnly

Nearly every kind of bad weather ? one "jack-pot" and sixteen babies ri 1
time of is blamed on the standin' In line with. a handfulof '
equinox.this Could year it have been respon- coin, all payin' for it, so some- :FOR SHERIFFTo Previous experience not necessary as we : :. ;

sible for the freak hailstorm here body is bound to lose. I don't know instructions but ... ., .... .
the Voters of Hendry County: give you must first be.. :. '1
how you feel about it, but for my
? I
Sunday hereby announce candidacyfor
my '
part, I'll take vanilla., the office of Sheriff of Hendry lieve i in Life Insurance yourself. .. :

But gettin' serious if the so-call- county subject to the Democratic .
If haven't mixed our dates up
tomorrow we Is the first day of spring ed soverign voter would just take Primaries In June. I have been a P. O. BOX NO. 1288 MIAMI, FLA. l '.
half as much Interest in tryin' to resident of Hendry county for the
calendar. In Flor-
according to the
elect a real governor as most of past sixteen years and feel that I .. .
ida we have spring, in chunks, all ,.... *-
winter. these candidates do in tryin' to be .- / ," :#c..
one we might get somewhere.

Wev: do a lot of talkin' about it .
Pity the editor during a political and rave and tear our hair over theaw'y'
campaign. He hears and writes so .;. This Surefire I. '. ..
government is run, but Play Tip ; :
much politics that he can hardly : ; .,
when' the national ballot stuffin' con- .
word local without start- .
a common :
testis under way we wake up and _
ing out "I hereby announce". :'' ,.1'. .- I IJ
find *we failed to pay our poll tax M Y }}} :gYxLVxx vn }}v:{rxy.xty }::rtvirL rry ; Ynv::r: v r "sd'

or forgot to register, so we take (.> '
Next week the black smoke will
election day off to go fishin' and '"
cease to from the tall smoke- :
pour next
then come home to spend the
stacks at the sugar house here and
four years cryin' and carryin' on because -
another suga-r harvest season will
a governor or somebody else
be at an end until next winter when
elected don't play "cricket" the way
tre plant will 'operations fora '
resume we think it ought to be played. i! } < .r
bigger and better season than ev 12
And right now. the registrationbooks '-I 'tIze "

er. 'are. OPEN and a lot of tax @ .'
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collectors ,.are standin' 'round walt- : : ::;...1. .
The cold and in the North ,".
snow ,
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in' for. you and me .to come in and "BI
this winter has been terrible and a' ,;" ; ,
pay our poll tax but we probably ;
with the coming of ,Spring it seems ...
won't. Maybe we'll start for the }Ji that there should be some relief. Instead ourthous with the best of intentions }:};.i'tia%%:ii:'{;:iiiii'.' t
the residents of some sectionsare ; 'i"f. 0 ,,,
*, but> 'the Mae West poster in UIj.'i: ; '
faced with a greater menace as ,
front of the theatre will catch our $ -l. : ( :1' ,1' I
the snow thaws and transforms :
eye or somebody will,invite us over .--il"f' -
peaceful streams into raging tor- .
to the drug store for a dope and it's !,6k.' 'i.:;',,., ..
rents flooding cities, cuttingoff .
many election t:" ;": .
"no dice" for' us on day. :
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food supplies'and polluting \ .
4. : I. '
show 1
All right, wise-guy, me your
drinking water and making thousAnds .., "
poll tax receipt and your registra- ,.. 'h : ;
homeless. The remainder of : ..
tion slip and I'll take it all back.
America has been asked to come to y, I

their aid with donations to furnish J : .: !
food and clothing and they will do NORGE ,REFRIGERATORSPHILCO :

so. That's just one of the things to RADIOS ,7:, ,., :.:

make us proud that 'we are Ameri- Furniture and Home Furnishings ,'. ,. J
WHEN YOU'RE DRIVING with Gulf, all of it goes to work none of it goes f: ':, '..
cans. Has Clewiston contributedtheir Household Furnishings ; ii,
share? Remember that one to waste. That's why we call ft the "BIG" Gulf gallon. Advanced refining -i :

never knows where the next disaster Inc I rids Gulf of non-power-producing elements that represent as much as 15% r' ;. ."

may strike, nor when. BELLF;; GLADE, FLORIDA. of many gasolines. Gulf is all fuel. Try it. THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE. -. "

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Well, it started out to be a Gov-
ernor's RACE and now it's developed fr : ; ;
"The : } is the
coming Car for L1 :
Into a regular stampede-or may- i : ;

be epidemic would be a better word. 2:

Anyhow, I doubt if there ever was a

time in the history of the state whenso

wjth the many same the time.same guys personal got all steamed ambition up at : the- majority of American 1933)o)

Now if I was a statistician I would ,
probably start chewin' my pencil; :

and try to figure out what the result i (from an advertisement signed by Henry ford Aug. 4,

would be iC all the gubernatorial t
,; ,
candidates were laid end to end and'wind .'
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up by arrivin' at the conclusion lllllflllmmllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmllllll !! ,," ', ;
that it would probably be a good )' '
thing. : FROM the very start, every new Ford V-8 has been I FORD V-8's 'SOLD __

But it something isn't, done aboutIt ". car, and has enjoyed a greater popularity 'T '* ...

pretty soon we're liable' to wakeup than its predecessor. Actual records, kept by = '' ? .
owners, ,' : '
and find that we got more can- 3 have proved the V-8's remarkable economy year after d = in '1932 ,., '-: ';:,... _154,955in ; ==
didates than cows on highways, _
year. Today-less than four years from its beginningthis ..: '. '
which wouldn't be much of an im- ,
car has become the'world's best-seller. = 1933 .' .' '. 342,569
provement as far as I can see. = .-. .... ==
And they all come under the gen We heartily invite you to ride in and drive the finest and :. i :

real classification of "GubernatoriaTimber" = most economical Ford car ever built-the great new = in ", "' --
claim = 1934 673 197
and while I don't, to = Ford V-8 for 1936. Do it today. ===
be an authority, after lookin' it ov:= -
Your Ford Dealer '
= '
I'd It the best .
er say was argumentfor .
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reforestation the state ever had 'I'

But if we could just get 'em altogether i after utnal FJ in 1935 064,118 = I
under one tent and charge '.' =,

admission we could sell' enough neW ... ,. _ayr = '
an9 .
buys %:: ':$ :., \ : ti --
tickets to pay off all our outstanding -=-===> .". ca"orbght "'y. <,< Ww.m, ;%" : .,. =-, I'. ==
bonds. Each with under new !q === =-===

little platform, and guy not his enough own li finance plan .'. .t \\ I rat '\.t.:> *:.. = In 1935 the Ford V-8 led all makes
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planks to go 'round so they'd .be :- oci E tx s r "7/o "&;t\1t\ \\ fW fV. ., "' } =_= :-

keepin' the customers in an upr arsnarlin' =, foe month li months.tot looser periods. '" s'''::. o'.{ <}t V: w'"' -- in total registrations of: -new .passenger ..
and snappin' who'aplank bat. a 4 .
over total U11PlLld i Wi' '" .
=== ti pred on ttractive. ..,:>' ,<. .
was which and who saw it = anccpl\1siQSuraacd; arsallo. '. ;fA.;. 1 '\\1 ;:.NJJ ill/ : ==== .
ucc tertnS 'f os, :\. .\' v ==
first.pne \ ;;;;;;
guy with his mouth. full or Y' .
nails would be draggin' the hold -new trucks.
"economy" plank down to his end' .l : :;:: ; .

of the and tent some to fasten other it on bird Ills would'platform ,I IOOlli111Im h.OOWWOO U IUI OO I_N l I.m! OOm\m\mI\ \ ( lU1111111111111111111191hIUIIIIIIIIiIIII\\\ :W II I III II luiill l IIIIIIIWllmllIIIIIIIlmli li II I III II III I III III Iii! i lilihC! !! I I I II III 11111 III Ii l Il '.'iI! IJ Ii'i''''i!" !rhUJ mW!!! '''

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......................................,.....................'.,...........................,..:', Col.. Earl North, Capt. P., A.. Fe-I I bridge party. 4' ,MJRS. HOUSER GIVESLUNCHEpN CARD OF THANKSWe if-

J) 1 inga, J. R. Peyton, Carawan Tallies were used from Mexico AND BRIDGE
'l:; Personal Mention ; take this means of thaningour
; = son of the Jacksonville ,district u'l and were pretty examples of the
.!. S. Engineer office and Capt. E. Mrs. S. W. Houser entertained many' friends in Clewlstori for
..;..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..;. Levy, of the Ocala office were b ,- Mexican feather work. Each tally with a luncheon and bridge party their many acts of kindness and
represented a bird with bits of fea- Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
: Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman, of ness visitors here Monday. their beautiful floral offerings dur- ,
: week-end. thers in all colors fastened to the Hoomes Rich, in honor of Mrs. E. A :
:Miami, were here over the '
Among those attending the ball cardboard tally to round out the Houser. ing our recent bereavement occasioned ,- -

Parker Wilson was a visitor in game in Fort Myers Sunday were: bird's form. Molded tuna fish salad, Following the delightful meal one by the death of our beloved

10 I Belle Glade Sunday.} :Miss Dell O'Connell, Sydney Crochet? cake and coffee were served.A table of bridge was in play during son and brother, Joel Wynn.
Mr. and Mrs.- C. E. Moon, Mr. and the afternoon with Mrs. G. S. Mobley j
set of refrigerator pitchers was Mr and Mrs. A. P. Wynn, 4
A./ H. Brown, of Jacksonville, wasa Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mr. and Mrs. R. winning high score prize and Mrs. F.
business visitor here this week. C. Nowling, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wil- given to Dr. and :Mrs. J.V.. Ezelleas A-. Ray, cut. The prizes both were James Wynn, J
._ the highest scoring couple and
son, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cruze and picture frames. Lilly Muriel Wynn,
I an ash tray in the shape of a tiny
n Chas. H. Proctor, of Citrus Center, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley.Mr. Those playing were Mrs. R. H. Jack Wynn, 'v
business Thursday. kettle to Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Petersas I
was here on I low score prize. Collins, Mrs. F. A. Ray, Mrs. G. S. Janice Wynn. l
and 11rs.G.. E. Etherton were Mobley, and Mrs. Leslie Miller.
c Dr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Williams, and called to Moore Haven Thursday Those attending were Mr. and

'i party, of Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. morning by the :death of Mr. Ether- Mrs. G. S. Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. V. THE,, COMMUNITY CHURCH ......

1 I.: M. Pafford Sunday. ton's grandmother, Mrs Mary Goth- A. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich, D. Jenkins Williams, Minister: L. ,6. Mershon '.::
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters and Dr.
--- art. Funeral services were held in -- "
: N. C. Storey, of Miami, was a business Arcadia today. Mrs. Gothart was 81 'and Mrs J. W. Ezelle. Sunday, March 22, 1936. AGENT :{ .. .

-, visitor here Sunday and Mon- years of age at the time of her death 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. -New York Life ..I] .;
day. and passed away in her sleep at the 10:45: A. M. Junior Church. ,, '
home of her daughter, Mrs. Harvey Insurance Company ":-
., and '7:45 P. M. Evening Worship: "An :
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder Etherton.

L 1, son, Joe, visited relatives in Stuart Getting a Job and Important Question.." ARCADIA, FLORIDA ,:'-v / ;.
over the week-end. MRS. YENAWINE ENTERTAINS


Miss Evelyn Hare, Harold Spikes Y

and John Lucaa were Fort Myers Mrs. M. E. Yenawine entertainedher I
visitors Sunday. bridge club Wednesday after- Floyd B. Foster,
Security t Security
noon at her home.
c I Vocational Counselor,
Kas. Maurice Joyce, of Fort My- At the close of play Mrs. J. W. Band B
Quality Quality
ers, visited, Capt. and Mrs., RichardsOn Ezelle received a pair of candlesticksas International CorrespondenceSchools :

Selee for several days this week. high score prize; Mrs. I. M. Paf- l Y 'r
Feeds Feeds
ford a sugar and cream set as low '
'. Miss Marcia Avant, Hubert Land score prize- and Mrs. G. B. Thomas CO.

'/; and Wilbur Goff were visitors in made the lucky cut and was given a Obtaining A Raise .

Fort' Myers Sunday. candy dish. Or Advancement
Fruit salad, nut bread and coffee "

."J : Jay Twitchell, of the C. H. Robinson were served to Mrs. D. G. Alston, THE yourself advantages beforehand of analyzing are never .,A Full Line of Feeds, Cut Worm Bait and

s Company of Chicago, was here Mrs. J. W.. Ezelle, Mrs. I. M. Paf- greater than when about to inter-

Saturday. on business. ford, Mrs.. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. M. R. view your employer in the hope of Poultry Supplies. .
'J Lawler, Mrs.H. R. Hall, Mrs. G. B. obtaining a raise or advancement.
Mrs. H. J.' B. Scharnberg and Thomas and Mrs. C. W. McDonald. Know exactly why you think you "-
'i guests spent the week-end in Mimi. should have a better job or more
and before you step into
money, .
:i'!j ,. IRS. KNIGHT HONORS your employer's office have all the Scratch Feed Whole Corn c
i' VISITORS WITH BRIDGEMrs. want to make mar-
Mr. and Mrs. T.' N. Dechman, of points you
shalled in their logical order.
1 Canal Point, visited friends here Josephine Knight entertained "What are you prepared to do Egg Mash .

'J Sunday. Wednesday evening with a bridge that is better than you are doing : .
party honoring Mrs. John J. Maher now? What assets' do you possess'
I Miss Louise Moore and Miss Mary that make capable of handlinga :
t larkette were visitors in Fort My- and Miss Jewel Maher of Detroit, more responsible you job, or that Cracked Corn Growing Mash

ers Saturday afternoon.: who are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. make you worth more money to me
\I. E. VonMach. than I am paying you?" These are
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wardwell of High score prize, bath powder, questions that are certain to be in Shorts

j West Point, Ga., visited friends here was presented to Mrs. W. W. Perry; your employer's mind. It is up to ..

this 'Week.Mrs. low prize to Mrs. M. J. 'Hirsch, a you to have the answers.It .
fruit juicer and face powder to Mrs.G. all boils down to selling your Broiler Mash Wheat Bran"
employer on just as you had I
M, E, VonMach, Mrs. John B.. Rackstraw who made the lucky you the ,':
do when originally got
to you I .
!', J. Maher and Miss Jewel Maher cut. Guests were presented with job. You must make him realize the 4 Chick,Starter ':::

visited in Miami Thursday. handkerchiefs and old-fashioned benefit and profit to him that you \ ::1;
:Q :, : ,,: ; .
, y nosegays.Ice can offer in return for a salary .
,: ; mss. C. W. McDonald, of Belle cream, fruit cake and coffee increase.If Rice i Bran "* Chick .
--f) Glade, visited friends here Wednes- were served ,to: Mrs. M. ,E. Von- you have figured out before- : < Grit'c '

day. i Mac, Mrs... M. E. Yenawine) Mrs. G. hand just what you can deliver,how : .: : ...
can measure'up to the more ,r ,
B. Rackstraw, Mrs. W. W. Perry, you I : Beet :Pulp J -
exacting 'requirements you will be ;, 1
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Maloy, of "Mrs. M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. M. R. Law- expected to meet, you,will have the
: Moore Haven, visited friends here l-r, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. Chas. self-confidence that banishes nerv- :

J Thursday. Miner, Mrs. ,G. Small, Mrs. R. Y. ousness and hesitation. And that Ask, .. for literature. : on how to, produce forprofit. ,1 j.
Patterson, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs.L. self-confidence may be the most .\ .r' : ,:
i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Howard, of ah Spicer, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., telling argument in your favor, for [; :1
self-confidence based on ability is a :
Savannah, arrived Sunday for a visit ltd Mrs. W. W. Presley., quality that every employer values 1
-j with their daughter, Mrs.. R. N. in employee. ,"
highly an ,
: Smith and family. INTERMISSION PARTY AT ,,'
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Mrs. Max Arnold, of Kansas City, --

arrived Saturday for a visit with her Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen enter-

1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hen- tained a number of friends during .. -_.
1 riksen. intermission of the St. Patrick's Day

J Miss Jayne Harrington, of New heir; home for sandwiches,' cakes Iw 9 C I.Er-8:

York City, arrived last week for a and cocktails. Those attending, were: 'p JI

j visit with her father, J., J. Harrington. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and .

; I Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mr. and Mrs. G. "
S. Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes
':j L. E. Edwards, of Savannah, Ga., Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Curry ,and

,0 J arrived Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger. G l We i

'"1 Mr.his Ray.daughter, Mrs. F. A. Ray I and CELEr HATES SIXTH BIRTHDAY en g ,

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WITH PARTY AT AUNT'S HOME lied tffliidied
c7 zei n/J jincd cliatfht
G Mrs. D. A. McGeachey was operate -- L1

upon in a Tampa hospital Wed- Lois Echols, formerly of Clewis- ?
t_Lay and is reported recovering ton and now living in Lake Harbor,

nicely.Mr. enjoyed a party at the home of her

aunt, Mrs. D. H. Commack here on
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling' are Thursday,' March 12, the occasion
moving into their new home this being the young lady's birthday.

week, construction having just been Money and prizes were cooked in

completed by J. F. Tippey. the birthday cake and each child

---- was allowed to cut his or her own
Mr. and Mrs. R. T.. Gibbens; and slice and search for their reward..

daughter, Gail, of Canal Point, were Ice cream and cake were served.

the guests Sunday of Mrs. W. P. Attending were: E. C. Mills, Jr.,

Vaughn, Sr., ,and family. Solon Mills, Grace Ward; Mary Lou-

'- -- ise Thomas, Kim Kolstad,; Joan 9
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nail, of' Moore Crouch, Carline Berner, ,Bobbie Golden Wedding is three whis

Haven, attended the Kiwanis La- Berner, Richard' Knight, Charles / kies blended...as fine tobaccos, S .
dies Night meeting held at the Inn Miner, Rachel Miner, Patricia Prew- rich coffees or teas are blended -' r
last night. itt, 'Louise Prewitt, Prew- { mfor
Mauryne, > JI BetterTasteOnetestwill! s ,
.. r -
itt, Shirley Moon, Fay Lou Mitchell = X6-4 prove there is no substitute for ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moores, of I I and Dell Henderson, of Lake, Harbor. '-P- y this whiskey's mellow rich.ness.
Jupiter, and Mrs. Alice Jones 1\Ior-1 9

gan, of Columbus, Ohio, visited Dr I ENJOYS PARTY ONSECOND It's ALL whiskey
and Mrs. D. J. Williams Sunday and BIRTHDAY m
Monday. I ''\ \ II c..pyrhbt 1938.JO \ ,.P.. II l ',' ,
Phyllis Brockway enjoyed a partyon 5 % '
Major and llrs. F. F. Frech, of \ Friday, April 13 at the home of ,

Uje. U. S. Engineer office of HUnting'I'J -\! her parents, it being her second i% There ate many rums, i 1---- .
W. Va., were here: Monday on a birthday anniversary. but only one Bacardi. "
visit to the local office of the engi- Birthday cake and ice cream were 1 A Schenley import'k 'j

neers while on a vacation tour of served to: Charles Miner, Rachel

Florida. Miner, Bobby Berner, Carline Bern-

er, Richard Knight, Emma Jane I '
r Mrs. J. L. Crabb left Saturday for Ezelle, Bobby Smith, Fay Lou Mitchell 'Si .j
I I .
her home in New Harmony, Ind.. i Eleanor VonMach, Skippy : ? i'Sc 1
; after a visit of several months with Cothern and Ann Brockwa = := : I
: her daughter, Mrs. M. R. Lawler

: and Mr. Lawler. She was accomp- MR. AND MRS. MILLERENTERTAIN M6AIT-_ t LEY WHISKEY OF
anied to Ocala by Mis. Law- WITH BRIDGEMr. $S41h MARK OF ME R 1P NqR Cj -

ler, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Mrs. F'I

H. R. Hall where she visited with and Mrs. Leslie Miller entertained -

I! Mr. and Mrs. Grover Poole until a number of friends at their

Monday. home Saturday evening with a


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Copyright br Hlnton B&lch Oo. WNr3senice.

5 TO 10 DAYS
SYNOPSISJohn 1 stood up trembling. hAnd then," said' I Helena ,quietly Plumage like ,this to see that Rush -''

"Nell," I said hoarsely. "Nell." "My sweet, I don't know. I've got i and Bugle were doing as they had been

Spencer and his cousin Geoffrey I set my hands on her shoulders and to find out something and to act on told. And yet .

Bohun, are vacationing In Austria. looked her full In the eyes "That day what'I find out. And now for you. Youmustn't I Pharaoh's manner had been urgentHe
Geoffrey Is a gifted portrait painter but lunched at Yorick. Florin lookedat r
we stay In the
prefers to paint landscapes. While cottage; you must had' not wasted a moment and the
strolling In the forest John hears Eng- you, and you nodded and looked spend the day In thi forest and keep Rolls had not carried much dust. He

lish voices and decides to investigate. away. Was he asking you If out of slgjit.! And I'll comeback, my might have been setting out and not .

From cover he finds four men buryinga you"loved me?" darling as soon as ever I can." coming In-setting out on some sudden

had man been In green murdered.livery Pharaoh who, evidently is the She met my gaze squarely."He Two minutes later I was treading quest.I .

leader of the gang: the others are was asking me If I was to be thcrrjath to Witchcraft and the bracken decided one thing out of hand. That WONDER CREAM WIPES AWAY

Dewdrop, Rush and Bugle. Unfortunately your wife." which veiled my lady was out of was to learn If I could what Pharaoh BLACKHEADS-DULL, DINGY SKINAll

John makes himself known to i "And you ..,." my sight had said.If do is this At bedtime
letter with I :you : ((1)
the assassins by dropping a ,
tells Geoffreyand My brain ,was leellng. f f f e,, this spread a thin film of NADINOLA
his name and address. He was of any importance, Bugle
his chauffeur, Barley that of his John'slife ad- truth."I told" him what I hoped was the At half-past six that evening 1 made was pretty sure to discuss it with no Cream rubbing.over your((2)) Leave face-no on massaging while you

venture. Geoffrey realizing the woods' behind Plumage and five Rush and if I could hear them talking sleep. ((3)) Watch daily improvement- I I
in declares he must vanIsh -
Spencer discovers that the liveryof I was past all speaking.As minutes l later I was lying Just clearof as once before usually in 5 to 10 days you will see a ;
corresponds to I drew her Into my arms, her their foliage surveying the back of marvelous transformation ,Freckles .:
the murdered man I heard the sound of a car. This I
the livery <>f the servants of Yorick hands went up to my hnir.CHAPTER The stars had disappear; 'dull coarsened ..I'
th- farm. fought againstme seemed to come from the farm. I heard skin becomes creamy-white, satin-

castle, and tells Countess what he Helena had,'seen.mis- and my journey had taken far the engine started and as I stood still smooth, lovely! Fine results positively
tress of the castle,
With Geoffrey and Barley John starts VI longer than I had hoped but. now I listening I heard her move off in low guaranteed with NADINOIiA tested I
and trusted for
for Annabel, a nearby village. They saw very clearly that all' I could do gear. Bugle or Rush was withdrawingtheir At all toilet counters nearly two, only generations.50c. Or

encounter Pharaoh.: In making their ,Eavesdropping.Twentyfour was to watch for that I must go no car from the coach-house and write NADINOLA Box 41, Paris,Tenn.
shots with
getaway they exchange hours had gone by-and closer until It was dark. driving her on to the apron, ready for
gang without serious result. They arrive i
at Plumage farm, on the Yorick something was seriously wrong.Of That Bugle and Rash were at Plum. use.At
estate, where Lady Helena had requested that there could 'be no doubt. age I had no doubt; leave the woods this 1 swore ,under my breath for

John and his cousin to meet her. We had passed the day in a happiness therefore. I dared not while It was If Bugle and Rush were about to go YOUNG WOMANHOOD
She reveals them that her father
to fortune into I such as, I think is given to very day, for the shutters: of the houif were off on some errand my object must be Mrs Eva Banks of
had converted his immense
few but now the sinking 'yet and the valley was full of light. defeated and most of my labor be lost. t 1900 W. Jackson St.
gold and hidden it away in a secret I sun was open !; Pensacola, Fla., paid: '
vault in the castle. Knowing that his i Geoffrey had not appeared. From where I now lay there was I might be able to speak with the farm- "My whole system be- I

son, Valentine, Helena's brother, wasincapable That the forester's wife might be nothing at all to observe.. I therefore er's wife, but that she would have news M ,' came functional rundown disturbances from
the fortune, he
controlling Helena alone just ate' had never entered our heads. We re-entered the woods and cautiously of my cousin was none too sure and '- ,' ', and I was very much
had revealed It to
before his death. In some manner the were up betimes the next morning and \ moved round their fringe stopping indeed since .I had seen Pharaoh. I 'I 7 much discouraged.of the time I in spent bed.

news leaked out, and Pharaoh is after were ready and waiting for Freda at a from time to time to'peer at the farm, could see health in nothing at all but Mother advised me to
the treasure. They planned that Geof- In sharing his underlings' counsels take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, whichI
quarter to eight. We might have sparedour but all I1 saw' were: the farm-hands as did, and it gave me new strength and bet-'
to Salzburgto
frey and Barley would
watch for Pharaoh while go John was energy, for eight o'clock went by, about their business and a groom that. soon as ever I could. ter health. I enjoyed my food and felt fine."
Buy now 1 New size, tablets 50c., liquid$1.00.
to remain at Plumage patrolling the yet she did not come. was not Axel, cleaning a bit.I I hastened on desperately. Large size, tablets or liquid, $1.35.

roads about Yorick from dusk to dawn. And nine o'clock went by and was now not far from the lane From the verge of the meadows I regarded -,
Several nights go by without important the back of the house. The
ten. which led up to the farm and for one
Incident.finds that John Helena's visits brother Yorick Count castle Val-and Bad news Is trying enough : but when who was content to observe I could light I have said, was falling but dusk f
would not In for another half I
entine, is there and with him on most the absence of news is so prolonged not have been better placed. 'So I come
friendly terms, Is Pharaoh, as Captain hour. Two minutes later ,I was flat
that only a fool would continue to picked a spot in the bushes and set-
Faning. that John stopping the trunk a lime that ,
Hearing against qf was IJ/u P
hope against hope, it Is, I think a stout tled down to observe.It .
at Pharaoh to Dew-
Plumage, standing 12 feet from the window of I
drop. John suspects a plot. As dinnerIs heart that will feel no alarm. was forty minutes later that Bugle I
what had been my bedroom four days
announced, Helena and John make There was no longer any doubt In came-out of the house.I .

their escape pursued by Pharaoh's men, our minds. Somehow or other Pharaohhad think that he Brad been sleeping, before. SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM >JELLV Ii
encountering many difficulties duringthe Now to enter the house was easy, for i
night They run out of gas. Finally put a spoke .in our wheel.At for he yawned and stretched and looked all the windows were open and none
they arrive at a forester's cottage, 11 o'clock' t Thursday I led about him as a man that has only
of the shutters shut. Still to
were en- '
hostess where ,they gets find petrol refuge.for their Freda car, their and the way into the kitchen took my seat: ..-.... ter a lion's den may be easy enough Mrs aiiey'sSensitwe ,0
the table :
at and
then goes to Salzburg to get word to opened the map. I had no desire to climb Into an

Geoffrey. John finds their car gone. "I must leave you, Nell" I said qui t occupied' room. Then the sight of my Skan, i

etly. "There's, no other way." sponge ,on' a window-still jogged my l

Helena nodded and a hand went up 3 wits. !
Rash Broke Out But
w ,
CHAPTER VContinued9 to her head. ,. One of the lower windows belongedto
Cuticura Soothed
"What will you do, John?" Ln- the primitive bathroom which ,Geof- !

My beautiful dream was over, and "I must get a lift at Witchcraft and frey and I had used, and since this was Read this letter-how' smarting [

how, through misunderstanding our hire a car where I can." I, considered sure to be empty'at this time of day rash and blisters due to external t

lovely, precious relation was going to the map. "I should think I'd get one t&U 'p (here was as safe an entry as the faint causes were relieved in almost no ;

tome to an end. If I did not speak out, at Sabbot. From there I must drive to # est of hearts could desire. time by Cuticura. i

It was finished. Salzburg for all I'm worth." I drew I whipped from the lime to the win "I noticed an itching sensation on ii

"As Geoffrey's here you may as well some paper towards me and started to dow and swung myself over the sill. my face and arms. It afterwards I

know the truth. I think of you as make some notes. g I made bold to open my door which formed' blisters that left the skin '

'Nell' deep down In my 'Inmost heart. An exclamation from Helena snapped Ij .f gave to the ,hall. very tender and sensitive. Finally a j i
rash broke out which when rubbed
It's the pretty name I'd call you ,if we the sentence in, two. 6 nit As I did so another door was openedthe caused a smarting and intense itch- I I

were engaged. You see I'm mad about looked up sharply. door of the sitting-room. Ing. It was agony.

you. 1 love you-I've always loved There' was' horror in her beautiful "An' shut the shutters" growled "A sample of Cuticura Soap and I I

you, from the moment I met your eyes. eyes-and these were fast on the pa- Rush. "Can you understand that? Ointment relieved me so much that :

I lore you walking and riding and sitting per on which I was making my notes. Furmy. you fool, furmy." I bought some. After using one cake ;

here on the grass. I love your "What Is It, Nell?" I cried, rising., The mnnservant'answered some- of Cuticura Soap and one-half1 of i

head and your shoulders and that tiny She clapped her hands to her face. thing and closed the door. Then he Cuticura Ointment the rash disap ;

vein in your ankle that looks like a "Oh, John," she walled, "that paper' set his tray on a table that stood In the peared.." (Signed) Mrs. Grace Bailey, 't
390 East 201st St. Bronx New York
thread of blue silk. I love everything hall and stepped to and opened the City. !

about you and all you do. I love your For an Instant I stared at the sheet' door Immediately opposite mine. Cuticura also soothes the irritation [

voice and your laughter and the glorIous : -one of a cheap, gray packet which, His intention was plain: he was goIng of pimples, ringworm burning and \

light In your eyes. And I love your when we had asked her for note-paper : to close the shutters of every room. itching' of eczema with wonderful :

shining nature, as I love the smell of the forester's wife had produced. In a flash I was at my window and speed and effectiveness. ,Buy today. :

your hair and the breath of your lips. "Listen John. I think that paper was pulling to Its shutters and shutting Ointment 25c. Soap 25c. Samples r

And to be with you here like this has told me why Geoffrey Isn't here. the twilight out. FREE. Write to "Cuticura" 'Dept. f,

-well. now perhaps you can see what You wrote to him in pencil the pencilwas p (TO BE CONTINUED) 19, Malden, Mass.-Adv.

It's meant to me ''and why I clung to blunt and pressed." She '
you WNU-7 12-36
Driving Her on the Apron Readyfor J
my secret and why I was handicappedIn pointed a trembling finger. "There on Use. Gallows Spring Failed ,

trying to play your game." I got that sheet's the, Impression of what Three Times Man Saved No Need to Suffer
to my feet. "Good-by, Nell" I said you wrote." just waked. Then he took his seat on a ;

gently. This was true. bench by the side of the door and a Hangings In England used to providea Sich ness"

I turned to the path and the smiling "D'you remember our last patrol- servant brought out a tankard and holiday for the people who gatheredfrom ft/torn/ ing
far and to witness them.
Cottage below how, when we parted I offered to wire set It down by his side. near "Morning sickness"-ia caused by an
Such an event occurred at Exeter England
For moment I stood blinking. .to your cousin? And you said .yes, and One thing at least was now clear- acid condition. To avoid it, acid must be !
on a February day In 1SS5, but no
Then- I did. But I wrote out the wire on a If I would have news of my ;ousln; I offset by alkalis-such as magnesia. r i
one dreamed ,of what Its horrifying
"H4/ ve they gone In.I asked. pad of writing-paper the pencilwas should have to do more than observe.If Why Physicians Recommend
outcome would be, notes a writer inCapper's
MJ-I made a mistake," said 'Helena blunt. I could find the good wife and hear
Weekly. The condemned man. Milnesia Wafers ;
"It wasn't them." what she
"You mean- had to tell. The danger of

"The pad ,was on the library table. course, was ,that I should encountersome John Lee, stood on the gallows and These mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are
had said goodby. The sheriff signaled milk of magnesia in solid form= ,
1 was sitting on the settle in the If Pharaoh saw It and lead It, It gave servant. I could trust the farm to spring the trap but' nothing. the pure most pleasant way to take it. Each

kitchen, with my head deep In my him your cousin's address. Supposinghe er's wife but If Pharaoh had given happened. The trap: didn't work so Lee wafer approximately equal to a full adult

hands. wired the next morning, while we them orders I could not trust the ,servants was taken down. The mechanism was dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed

How I got there I do not know, for were talking to Freda, here In this 'to disobey. Still, something would tested until It worked perfectly. The thoroughly; then swallowed, they correct
like room. ,. Supposing he wired, as I have to be done. I had not come thereto acidity in the mouth and throughout the
case was that of condemned led and
my a man who man was up again
did. using watch Bugle enjoying his ale. digestive sys'tem'and insure quick, com
Into your name. Supposinghe : ,
plunges some water to drown his once more the trap refused to work. elimination of the waste matters that
,- cares only to find that the bed of tbe said Return. .' ." It was eight o'clock and the light By this time many persons In the plete cause ,headaches bloated feelings and
, "One moment," I said. "I' must was beginning to fall when I heard the gas
river is dry. I doubt If such a man crowd had become hysterical. There a dozen other discomforts.

"' could tell how he got to the bank. '.-think.- "" sigh of the Rolls on the road of ap were shouts and screams especially Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and

And 1 do not know how long I sat I thought very fast. proach. among' the superstitious. Others 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and in

there, but all of a sudden I knew thatI Hypothesis or no, here was a' good A moment later the car swept over prayed.; The lever was tested again convenient tins for your handbag containing

was not alone. explanation of .,my cousin's failure to the bridge and Bugle laid down his and a third time the man stood on the 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximatelyone

'- come. If Pharaoh had wired to Geof- pipe and got to his feet.I gallows awaiting his doom. When the adult dose of milk of magnesia. All
1 could smell the faint perfume that
Helena used. frey, Geoffrey would have left' Salr. saw that Dewdrop was' drivingand trap failed to work a third time the good drug stores sell andrecommendthem.Start j j

burg before my letter arrived that Pharaoh sat by his side. crowd became uncontrollable especially ,, using these delicious, effective y
As I started 1 found
was sit- "I must go at once." I said, and Pharaoh stayed but two minutes.For when someone ,yelled "He Is Inno- anti-acidgentIy laxative wafers today -
ding me, looking -
; and
very grave
gentle, with her precious hands In her picked, up the map. that time he spoke to Bugle who cent" a cry which others took up. Professional samples sent free to registered
lap. "To Plumage' ,".John?" listened with evident interest to what Lee was taken down and returned to physicians or dentists if request :s madeon

I noddeJ.. _. .he said. Then he nodded to Dewdrop his cell where his sentence was com- professional letterhead.Select Products,
1 tricked you, she said. "I'm sorry. "I must somehow and Inc.. 4402 23rd St.. long Island City, N. Y.
get a car drive who instantly let In his clutch. Bugle muted to 22 years In prison which he
But it ,was the only way. You are very tbAre as fast as I can'. I can hide the stood" watching till Pharaoh was out outlived and finally died In his own "", 35c & 60cbottles
reticent John.
very, very hum car near the high road and go through of sight then he turned on his heel and bed
ble-and rather blind. Old
Florin knewin :
tLt: woods to the farm. There's not an went Into the house. t

an" instant and I am sure Pharaoh, instant tQ' lose-we're three days late. And that was all; Sound Familiar / 20c o tins

too. God knows where Freda Is-I can,only As I made my way back to the' footbridge The poor law of 'Queen Elizabeth's

"Knew that 1 loved you?" I cried; hope and pray that she's missed her I I tried my best to believe that time some 350 years ago, enjoined the
Helena rose to her feet. ,train." the 'visit which I had just witnessed parishes to supply the able-bodied- .

"This comes" she said, "of puttingme Together Wt studied the map. was Pharaoh's evening call. He had employed with 'all kinds of raw materials Milk

up on a dais. I never was up on I glanced, at my watch. been out scouring the country for news for useful labor, flax, hemp or Mer THE OERiCT ANTI fefD

A dais where ;you were concerned. If "With average lu'cks" said I, "I ought of my lady and me and was now returning wool for spinning and weaving. Iron

:,ou stand up you'll find that I have to. tc be there not later than half-past to Yorick with empty hands.It and timber for handicrafts and even

hook up-to see myself: In ,your eye ." i three." was no doubt his practice to visit land for cultivation. The Original Milk of Magnesia WalenTHE

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For Court of the Twelfth Judicial Cir- as such Special Master in Chancery,

Funeral Services TlI 11 G Snakes and Soda in the News II IIa cuit of the State of Florida, in and will on Monday, the 6th. day of
for Hendry County, Florida, in said April, A. D. 1936, between the hoursof i
Joel Wynn SaturdayFuneral Court, in Chancery, on the llth. day 11 o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock P. -
of March, A. D.. 1936, in that cer- M., at the front door of the Hendry
tain cause therein wherein The Flor- County Court House In the City of fI
services were held at the ida Land and Timber Company, A LaBelle, Florida, offer for sale and Q

Community Church here Saturday Corporation is Plaintiff, and Flor- sell at public aution or outcry to
morning at ten o'clock for Joel'Wynn ida International Realty' Company, the highest and best bidder for cash,
son of Mr. and :Mrs. A., P. A Corporation; Elm r Realty Com- the following described real estate

W 'nn' who died suddenly last weekin pany, A Corporation; The Compass i situated in Hendry County, Florida,
CCC camp In Alabama. The Corporation, A Corporation; Ethel to-wit:
Pruitt, if Single, and, if married, the
body was shipped here from the "The North Half of Section
husband Ethel Pruitt Dor-
the Fs ; Twelve (12) All of Sections
camp and taken directly from othy Donovan and her husband, ;
train to the church where Dr. D. J. Raymond Donovan, and Dorothy Twenty-four ((24) ; Twenty-six
Williams conducted the services and Donovan, As Trustee; Hannah S. (26) ; and Thirty-six (36)of
members of the Boy Scout troop of s ,;
which Joel had been a member act- Ryan; Cedrick J. Priebe and his South Range Thirty-two East,
and the East Half (E 12)of
ed as pall-bearers and took part in I wife, Mrs. Cedric J., :Priebe; Virginia_
> ro. ,.% ,. '1\!. Spitler, and, if married, her husband Section Eighteen (18) ;
the service. and all of Section Twenty (20) ;
whose name is unknown
The little 'church was filled to ; Twenty-eight (28)) Thirty
'A Maud L. Baker, and, if married, her' ;
overflowing with sorrowing friendsof r: c (30) ; and Thirty-two (32) of
husband whose is
} name unknown;
and the mass Township Forty-four (44)
the popular youth
; Mrs. Mary Cowen, A Single woman;
baa.s South of Range Thirty-three
of beautiful flowers gave evidence Dr. M. H. Tallman and his wife,
of the esteem in which he was held Gertrude ,L. Tallman; and all unknown (33) East, containing" 5120
acres, more or less. .
by the people of Clowiston. parties claiming any interests
The same to be sold under said
Immediately following the serv- and to the premises hereinafter
decree of court and to satisfy the
ices at the church the funeral cor- set forth, as the heirs, devisees, terms thereof.
tege started for Inglewood on the grantees or otherwise, by thru or
under any of the above named parties -
coast where the family form-
Special Master in
are defendants, appointing the
erly lived. Here the body was laid Chancery.
undersigned 'as Special Master in
to rest in the late afternoon with Chancery to carry into effect the FRED H. MELLOR,
Dr. Williams again officiating at the said decree, and to 'make 'sale of the Attorney for the Plaintiff. .
International News ,:Phoio
burial service. :Many friends accomp- J> O hereinafter! described real estate, .I, No. 83-March 132027April: 3
for the burial. Something the school books don't although there are 17 towns tailed ,
anied, the body there \
I II tell about Arcadia, Florida, is thatit Arcadia the first farmer living in
I the home of one of the South's one to receive Certificate
Candidates Must- I unique is ,industries-the raising of, Award from the Arcadian a Nitrate.of ..:......:......................:..:..:........_:..:......:..:NNNNN.. .. .. .. ................................................................................&..........

rattle snakes. Their meat is canned people is Mr. Clarke Brown of "

One and sold for food and their skins Arcadia Florida. This certificateis : ?
Continued From Page )
used to make attractive garmentssuch given to farmers wZ3 conduct .y.I .y.
while the books were in the pre- as Miss Myrabeth Reece, outstanding demonstrations with y:

cincts.So above was wearing when her pic- this Southern soda and thereby .
if you are a voter, rememberto & ture was taken. Miss Reece's demonstrate their interest in the I CLEWISTON fiOLF t
register before the first Monday father by the way publishes the welfare of the South. The idea was ,
.. ..
in May and your poll taxes be- I
pay weekly Arcadian. originated by Dr. Charles H. Her- :
fore May: 16. If a candidate beginto What!turned our attention to Ar- ty's plea .of "Southern fertilizersfor

save up :your extra nickels ,to pay cuiia this week was the fact that the Southern farmer." A I I
your teenth qualifying of May. fee before the thir- COURSEHI.i

I board on that day. The applications :!: ::
may be paid upon an adjustment ba : :::::::: :,...: ,". .' : .
SchooL'News .
Clewiston :::
PROJECTThe I sis during the next six months according .:. VI1: --f.' .. ..i..
i to word received this week .:.
: from J. M. Lee, Comptroller. .t. ::: I I.i.
20-inch hydraulic dredge Florine Moore, Editor .i. I .t. II I
I .. I
If all delinquent taxes are paid
"Norman H. Davis", ownFd by the :
Standard Dredging Company and Louise, Bussey, Associate Editor up in this manner ,and, the land put
operated for several months on the on the tax rolls' again it is believed
Caloosahatcb.ee River contract was Bob Patterson, Sports Editor that 'it will result in substantial

,shut down last Friday. The shutdown reduction in the tax rate with a I 1 Open to (the Public ] jj jjy

is believed to be due to the larger acreage ,carrying the burden.
powerful First Grade Spelling Honor Roll-
fact that her pumps are not ,
Nora Oglesby, Dalton Carr,. Bertha
enough to deposit spoil on some MRS. SMALL GIVE y
Ballord, Wilma Ingle, Shirley Moon, y
of the spoil areas provided at some DINNER PARTY SATURDAYMr.
distance from the channel. Mayme Johnson, James Smith, Joyce I y y

Their: dredge "Tampa" started to Bullen, Margaret Van de Velde, David and Mrs. G. 'H. Small enter- x .?'

work near Olga Sunday evening and Belcher, Junior Ivey. I tained Saturday evening with: a din- '!. y:

after repairing a minor breakdown Third Grade Spelling Honor Roll- ner party honoring Mrs. Small's mo- X: .Y y. .
which occured only a shorn. while LaDeen' Peters, Sue VonMach, ther, Mrs. Leo Frisch, of Atlanta. : .;. -
after the dredge began work, is Christine Redish, Elsie Bembry, Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. J): j '.

making good time. The Diesel is Parmelia Bourne, Lewis Blount. j I R. Y. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. :;: Moderate Green Fees :_::

doing good work and an estimate of The third grade 'held a spelling;! Miner and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von- :: .:.

between five and six hundred thous- contest last Friday. The first and :Mach. Exceptional Fairways ::

and yards of material has been made second prizes, were taken by Sue '

for the total the two dredges will VonMach 'and Ralph Silva. I NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE :.i.;: Interesting Greens ..*..

pump each month.IS Fifth Grade Spelling Honor Roll-. e ,
James Howard Elbert Hooker I ?_ .?.
n Notice Is hereby given that under .
Janie Br ntley, and, by virtue of a final decree made ,.

YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? High School News- I and Barker entered by the Honorable W. J. yII...N.N..N..1..NIN. ..N&.M..N.N..NN. .N&N.N.N.N.N..N.N.N..N..1&....N.N.N.N..N......N..N.1...N.N.N..N.N.N..N/N. .N.N.N.. -
Nell Sisson who previously attended As Judge of the Circuit "4

school in LaBelle has entered the _- .
seventh grade. I -

Mrs., Spicer very kindly brought a
THE MORE large bunch of flowers to the school I

last week from which many lovely I
UNFAVORABLE bouquets were made. The school ap- II

. THE WEATHER preciates very much this contribu- I SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS
i tion of flowers as they help to make.

ii i THE MORE the classrooms more attractive.
i State achievement tests were giv-

en for the .second. time this school .
year on Thursday.: -., ," ... :,: :.. ": : .
Mr. Herring's .general science ':' .. .\. Y, :_;;;-" .:-, Record of Dividends of,

I SULFOCIDEFOR, class has been studying means of : ', :" '" .-.....< .- '-:" ,:':'" : -: _.:., ': : .:::';,: Clewiston Home Building Association

electrical communication. They have : '. dfj"1' ,

QUALITY studied the telegraph, the telephone, .;' '' ; ,. I RATE
the wireless and have concluded ',.:,:r RATE .

;I BEANS. TOMATOESWhat with a study of radio. .On Tuesday :,< ;:._.>::: 'YEAR PERCENT YEAR ;:' PERCENT
Mr. Ed Markette gave a very inter' ,. :
i IH that esting talk on radio which he illu- .: --1928 5.5 1933 .: hh,: .6
magic stuff .. :
strated by various drawings and also ..; : <;:} :
neighbor uses? He picks speckled '" ': : 6
i beans, ships them and gets return different radio parts. The class :, ,,..:. .." 1'..'' 1929. 7 1934 :: '>-t-( '.' .'
I !,
: '
*," tiMked n grower of his dealer. wishes to thank Mr. Markette for ., ; -... .J"'h '-.1"':' 1930 4 .1935'I. ; !;;':t'6. : ...

The answer' N -"ulfoclde." It* his helpful talk.DeJinquent. ''rj.i "\\ ,. ",:.'.,... < ,::1 :' : 6 ;f'i,
I 1936
value han been proven by 20 yearn, : !" .1 1931 1 4' ',';
; : .. ,... I; ','; : : ..:,) ;
continuoususe, by Florida Vegetable :" p.. ';;.. : ,,.;',. 1932 1 6 .. F
:zroi\crn.. AdjustmentsEnd .J .'. '.!'1',: .. ,' "
.I .j' ;: :
Dill all beans In Sulfoclde. IlettcrKtlll On ,April First ,' "',' .' "'j
spray with ulfoelde ', <.
and you r
I .
will '
no upcckled beam. '
; '; 'CALL
I Tax-payers who wish to take ad- -" .
'. Your experiment Station report. vantage of the county Tax Adjust- BUILDING OFFICE FIRST
that dipping tomatoes, ashen' picked ment Board's services in securing '"
\ .
Invest for and good :. AND
I In'Sulfoclde reduced rot to a in adjustment on lands where taxes your savings safety a 'THING TOMORROW

jl, minimum.trawberrliete.Spray :.,Tomatoes before; ,picking Bean., are long delinquent ; must do so _before return. Home Building has never paid :, TALK THINGS OVE'n. .i"'.

I After the first day of April, the law .
picking, : :
: '
wash or dip In Snlfocide. dividends of less than 4 :
I The cot I; insignificant passed at the last session of the Legislature percent yer year. ; .
i ..
I Ie"* than the cost of the if,bor. The setting" up these county In these days of reduced interest on savings r. .
return are many hundredfold. Boards going out of effect on the
! last day of March. accounts and reduced returns on other .

: fculfocide.The best dealer Ira Forda Hell These boards were created with forms of investment Home Building offers C'v
InMt on haIng It. Ask the hope that tax burdened land '
: for leaflet, "Sultoelde the conservative thrifty investor the investment -':
j Spray."' the neon'j owners would pay 'off their back ,
taxes for less than half of the ,total best'' suited to his needs. In .J
amount owed and thus get the land
!! SULFOCIDE jack on the tax roll. The effort has vestigate Clewiston Home Building Association

: ieen partially successful and a' great ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONlittle

THE BEAN SPRAY nany have, taken advantage of their
: opportunities to pay up their back as 5.00 per month or as much as HOME BUILDING

taxes. It is felt that a great many $1 $1,000.00 in a lump sum you'll find a
others have only delayed doing :PO ASSOCIATION -
4 B. G. Pratt Company and may wait until it is too late to Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. PHONES 102103c'

; take care of the matter. .,
KO CHUnCH STREET, NEW YORK Applications will be received for f
adjustments until M .rch.31 and acted ,

upon st a, last rn? .iing of the ,. ,

I .

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