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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR
FIORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1936
CLEWISTON, _._-
I VOLUME 10, NUMBER 11



,,. Sugar Mill Closes lost uccessiul Season, il



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Asks Mrs. Mitchell New Annual Harvest Festival, Dance And I


County Delegation of P.-T. A. .

President Barbecue Scheduled For : I


Road 164 ,:..
" Fev Work On At the meeting of the Parent- i

Teacher's Association held at the Saturday' NightStill <'. I

last Friday afternoon '
0; schoolhouse Q
FOUR I Mrs. R. T. Mitchell was elected Pres- LAST CAR, OF CANE DUMPED

',-,'::,.: JOINS GROUP AT FROM STATE I I School Boy Killed ident of the body to' succeed Mrs. B. Time To EnrollIn I AT MILL TUESDAY .
: COUNTIES
; who has served for the '
." A. Bourne, AFTERNOONAt .
.' ROAD MEETING I. By Play ApparatusFinis past several months. Mrs. L. A. Health ClassMiss

f elected Vice-President, the
Turner was 2:00 Tuesday afternoon
. :
Concentrating their efforts on securing -, 6-year-old first I Mrs. G. B. 'Thomas, Treasurer and last carload of cane was dumped at !
,
work on Burney I
construction .
some 164 during the coming grade student, was killed almost in\1 Miss Lucille Hampton, Secretary.A Mary Orr, county nurse whois the sugar 'house of the United States
\ presentedby
Road
was
State musical program i and, the blowing
Wednesday in ; hour Sugar Corporation
twenty-four
at noon conducting a
enthusiastic groupof stantly
/ year, a large county and citizens attendedthe South Bay school yard :when a post\i LaDe'en Peters, Marianne Jones course on "Home Hygiene and Care I I of the mill whistle proclaimed the
Hendry supporting and Mauryne Prewitt. 1935-3& harvest season.
I the
of
end
equipment
road meeting in Orlando Mondaywhich on playground of the Sick" with classes at the
which he was swing- Many' of the employees of the company
was held for the purpose of a rope on school house' each Tuesday, after- '
changes in the ing crashed down upon his head. at 3:15 has announced that were on, hand to witness the
making necessary Glade, H. A. BESTOR IS noon of the ,last car includingthe
of Belle
thebudget William Buck who wish dumping
tentative budget and approving Dr. there is still time for those I
Administration
pronounced the boy I office force, from the -
for road ,construction during on his arrival, to take the, course to enroll.
wound and neck building, and neck-ties, hats I II
the head .
I the .coming year. dead from I GUEST SPEAKER ATKIWANISMEETiNG There have been several local lai
injuries. The child's mother, Mrs. and other articles of wearing apparel : i
The Hendry delegation joined the summoned from dies enroll for the course but not I 'are said to have gone into the I
Glades, Highlandsand W, T. Burney, was been hoped for andMiss I : ,
delegations from house, where she is em- as many as had crusher along with the cane in the i
counties in a mass effort the packing Orr is certain that those who
Collier dismissed I celebration, of the event.
school was customary
and
164 and while ployed, class will find it well
work on will join the
to secure
,.1 included in the for the remainder of the, day. The last bag of sugar-was sackedat

there was no item construction on the ,Finis also leaves five brothers and Horace A.. Bestor, engineer for the \vorth the comparatively short time about 9:00 Wednesday morningand
budget for' new anda in the study. The only cost is
died spent down for
sisters. His father a year Sugar Corporationwas the machinery quieted
received some United States
! road, the delegation text-book which is required for
the force of i
be included half ago. guest speaker at the regular the summer season. A large ;
,that it might A certificate is .
machinery
assurance Jack
course.
the study
that night the -
Worth work on
known as In Lake of the Kiwanis club and in men will heat
in the class of project Palm meeting awarded to those attending, the and
I of the cleaning it
chairman described several
for ways
surfacing Engram interesting manner I
and some
' "betterment applied project"to the road which is Beach county school board, promised an drainage' conditions in the Everglades I.'classes twenty hours out of the putting it into shape until the next

r f Senator Arthur Gomez an investigation of the accident. originally and at the present twenty-four. harvest season begins next winter. I

>" now in place. Funeral services were held today. developments. From the standpoint of daily pro-
,- was spokesman for the joint I time and potential has I

.U.delegation and is ,said to have made I I In describing, the original condi-; duction the season just closing

r best addresses heard at drainage was EVERGLADES FAIR TO been the most successful one the
before,
of the tions
; one had. While not I
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attempt-\\ has ever
r the meeting in behalf of any road. RED CROSS.NEEDS ed Mr. Bestor pointed out ,company much cane was ground nor I
7 He pointed out the vast, fertile ag- southern part of Florida was a natural quite as
ricultural empire which could be reservoir with san ddunes a- OPEN ON MONDAYNext as many bags of sugar produced this !
: the
FUNDS in the 1933-34 season
construction of MORE RELIEF Okeechobee season as
> '. opened up with the long the coast and Lake twenty days less time
in its en- I all mill operated
the road and surfacing had been the basin for collecting
>. from the Highlands county the water draining from the ridge I Monday the ,sixth EvergladesFair I' for a daily average of more than
tirety
line to Everglades City where it Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chairman of section with a drainage area of some will begin in Belle, Glade and 500 tons better during this season

_ would connect :with the Tamiami 'the Clewiston chapter of the American miles and close to will continue through the entire, than the preceding top season. In
5,000
',,\ Trail. The delegation feels sure that Red Cross last week received a three million square acres* was inundated. week, closing Saturday night. The the previous season 244,682 bags of

': .' accomplished a great deal by: telegram from Admiral Cary D. First efforts at drainage, he said, fair is sponsored by the American sugar each weighing 325 poundswere

:: they appearing before the board and are Grayson, head of the National Red made following the granting Legion Posts of Pahokee and Belle produced from 452,797 tons of

asking that the were, held in the two townson ground, the mill operating 135
hopeful that results will bear out Cross organization to the state of the overflowed swamplands ; Glade and is cane
this belief in the next few months. local chapter raise a quota, of $25.00as by the government and the alternate years for the purpose of days during the season., This year
bet- possible in the driveto visitors from other partsof the mill operated 115 days, groundin
as
Any work done on the road as a quickly digging of three canals along the showing
terment project would be done in raise necessary funds for, relief natural drains from the coast extending Florida what Is being accomplished excess of 450,000 tons of cane
@
road bed thousands of flood sufferersin Lake section. and produced 238,057 bags of su-
.? Hendry county where the of the toward Lake Okeechobeewith in the
" is already in place. the north and eastern states recently -II the Caloosahatchee canal as The United States Sugar Corpor- gar. The season of 1934-35 was a

r' visited by disastrous over- '- -- 'showing successful ,one from the standpointof
meeting completedby exhibit
Those attending the one of the first outlets; ation will have an used
from Clewiston were: Representative flows with great loss of life and I Disston when he dredged ThreeMile the types of cane 'grown, tables daily production but is' not fact
Elbert L. Stewart, vice- and comparatively because, of the
E. L. Stewart, Keathley Bow- property. 1 canal between Lakes Okeechobee showing comparative yield, raw
by
of the local chapter' took showing that it was materially shortened
den and D. G. Alston; from LaBelle, chairman and Hicpochee.He refined sugar and dioramas 1934.
charge of the, raising of the necessary -{ and operations. the freeze: of December
Louis 0. Gravely, County Attorney short time discussed the early ideas of factory field until the mill begins
funds and within a From now on
I,' Mark Poole and Herbert O'Bannon, total of $31.00 which gravity drainage, told of the early The,U. S. Engineer sub-office will next winter the company ,
and E. L, Rogers. had raised a II methods exhibit which will show operating 1
drainage
Commissioners I forwarded to Red Cross head- development as the also have an will employ an average of ,about f
was and
employed were more or .less i aerial' photographs of the lake peak of the I
the '
) During
i
,It"",' Visits quarters.Mrs. however,)I successful and the. formation of the i'surrounding, country, photographs 1,200 men. 3,000 are employed. -
: New Captain Patterson'states, season more than
levee I
; ; of the :
the area
. ; although the quota has been I I sub-drainage districts in 1 1I made of various stages Following the close of the mill !

.Woo Office Here Sunday that raised for ,Clewiston that the shortage -I embraced by the Everglades /Drainage work and concrete structures, cross-and this week many of the colored laborers -
: first' sub- construction
of the of dike
One sections'
requestfor District. who are only employed -
continued others
. of funds and and
i i and soil information -
i districts was at Pelican Lake creat:1' the different materials and harvesting -
people the grinding
'' more aid should cause : during
h' Captain G. E. Linkswiler who will here to disregard the quota and give I ed for' the purpose of cutting off under the muck and many season returned to summer .
in April to water by dykes and a systemof other things of interest in this great however
:r arrive in Clewiston early everything, they can to aid the victims outside occupations. The majority
Richardson Selee in canals. The flatness of the flood control project. the bar-
\ succeed Capt. of this latest great disaster and lateral remained in the camps for

'. charge of the OkeechobeeCalopsahatchee requests. that anyone who cares to land, he said, lent itself readily to 1 Vegetable exhibits will be from I becues and field events which are

/ ", Flood Control project flew contribute do so by sending fit legal subdivision the various farming centers while! being held in each camp today.

t!;' down in an army plane from Fort. their donations to her as chairman, :' Mr. Bestor has made a thorough the Everglades Experiment Station These barbecues which'are '.

Benning Sunday in company' with I to Mr. Stewart as, vice-chairman, to study 'of drainage' of Evergladeslands will show the results of their ex- held in each of the camps

Capt. John W. Warren of the Air Mis. G. A. McGehee as secretary 01 and is probably as well in- : perimentation in crop and cattle in each division! were held at noon '

F:". Corps to visit Capt. Selee' and make A.V. Lawrence as treasurer. The formed on thesubject as anyone in raising, always one of the most interesting today. During the morning, there
.. : for quarters. They left and held his listeners rapt athletic contests -
\ arrangements money will ,be promptly forwarded the, state, exhibits. were races and other
': Monday morning, flying first to to National Headquarters, in Washington attention as he explained the mod- There will be carnival attractionsand I with winners being awarded
_. __ ___
West Palm Beach for re-fueling. I and will be put to work in ern lands and the difficultuies en- a big political rally during the cash prizes. This afternoon the: winners -

is a 'graduate of (Continued on Page 8) should try to the camps will meetin
Capt. Linkswiler the shortest time possible. week: and everyone in each of

the U. S. Military Academy in West I I The Clewiston chapter of Red attend, at least one day. Harlem camp for the finals with

.fr Point Class of 1925, and has been .(Continued on Page 8) KURD L. REEVES IS CANDIDATEFOR the winners here also receiving cash

in command of a company of engI-[ i RE-ELECTION TO OFFICE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXPAYERS awards. The final payday is scheduled -

neers at Fort Benning for several R. N. MILLER ANNOUNCESFOR VOTE FOR TRUSTEE for tomorrow and the negro
I
years. This will be his first detail TAX ASSESSOR'S OFFICE Hurd L. Reeves, who has ,served, workers will make their way backto

" on river and harbor duty. He ex- .. Hendry county as its Tax Assessor With the, approach of the local their various permanent homes to

pects to arrive in Clewiston about R. N. Miller,' well known real estate ever since its creation thirteen years school trustee election on May 5 await another harvest season.A .

(',"'t" the first of April but is not sure that 'man and abstractor of LaBelle.has ago, has announced for reelectionto there has been some misunderstanding record was made for visitors

" .:,; ;.' his family will accompany hint here announced his candidacy for the that office and his formal an-in 'as to who are qualified to vote seeing the mill in operation this

at that time.According. office of Tax Assessor for Hendry nouncement appears elsewhere for trustee, some contending that year and a final check-up disclosedthat

to army regulations an County, subject to the approval of this' issue. to announce only payers of real estate tax are more_ than 6,500 people from
" officer is not allowed to spend the Democratic primary. Mr. Reeves is the second eligible t.o' vote. However, in a recent every state In the Union and manyforeign I'

;:<.,. army more than two years on a civilian\ Mr. Miller is a native son of Florida -\ for this office made in this his paper announcement -, I opinion given by Att'y Louis 0. j countries had. been offiqial- 1

). : project, returning at the end of thattime ; born Madison. county in 1927. R. N. Miller having He states Gravely, attorney for the school ly gui'dcd through the mill this sea:

"' to active military service. Capt. He graduated from the Madison Normal last week.'maintained a board, those who have paid their son. This figure does not include

:' : .. Selee has been in charge of the Okee- Institute and attended Stetson that he has always' personal property tax on' personal special parties taken through : at
{ his '
: State Universityat policy of fairness to all and on- automobiles ,and guides, were not on duty -
':" chobee work for better than two University and the property other than hours when :

.-':; years: his time being up early in the Gainesville. ly promise is to adhere he to this is allowed policy have their reciepts for such pay-I and of course were. not registered.This .

winter.: He will remain here to help During the World War he saw service throughout the time ment may cast their ballot as number "expected to run the

Capt. Linkswiler with the routine I in ,the navy, after which he set- to serve as Hendry; county's- As- those who pay real estate tax. : figure; well over the 7,000; mark for

matters for 'a month or two before tled in 'Hendry county while it yet sessor. The election of the local trustees the .season. The mill was closed to

Belvoir; just outside of Lee county.He 'Tues- visitors esday and during that day
leaving for Fort was a part VISITS will be held at the city hall on
Mrs. Selee and the served the city of LaBelle for CORNELL PROFESSOR iiid Wednesday there were a. great
Washington.
5.SHERIFF .
WEEK day, May ,
; -' ": ;', children expect to leave the first of six years as 'Tax Collector and this, I DR. UOURNE LAST many people .who drove out from resort -

II May for Miami where they will spenda in addition to his experience as an ARRESTS ESCAPED cities for the sole purpose of
i to Clew- t :,

vacation at the beach before going abstractor would seem to eminently Among the many visitors CONVICT HERE LAST WEEKSheiiff seeing ,the mill and were disappoint- I ,
north. fit him for the position he seeks.If iston during the past week was Professor ed. This number Included the_entire

a',. .- \ elected he promises a sound,\ R. A. Emerson of Cornell University and Deputy baseball team of the Philadelphia !!
... '"". administration. a'nd member of the Advisory H. H. Delaney who passed through here '11'
': :, SHL'LLEYS PURCHASE economical business arrested H. C. na'co'n Athletics 'I
: Gen- II. H. McCall
American load
\ of the car
,Committee and a
, ,' ;": GOODMAN HOME HEREMr. LaBelle News.!' Wednesday morning
. ,He was especially week. Bacon is an escaped Canada. '
last
-: ':". llic Association. here lof visitors from Quebec, '

'' 'and Mrs. T. B., Shelley moved I I NEW ARRIVAL II interested In the cane breeding research -, convict from the Georgia penitentiary. 'Tomorrow (Saturday) night the
.if':, in Floridaby
carried on and dance
Festival
being
--I for
term Harvest
He was serving, End of
I this ,week into the home formerly I of the U., S. Sugar regarded -
:: Mr. and Mrs., WI. M. Redelsheimer -I Dr. Bourne and violation of the Mann will be held which is usually t
owned by ,Mr. and :Mrs. C. F. Good- announce the birth of a daughteron .i Corporation( and the 'success attained ,robbery he escaped. He was tak- as the official closing of the sea-
when
man here. A deal was closed the first Thursday, March 26, at Lakeview in' the development of early' 'ma- Act Atlanta by' an officer son, Field: and office workers and
back to
of the week for the purchase of theproperty Hospital The 'young lady has ,been t turing and higher yielding types' for from en that: city, 'V.If, Daniels. J :,; (Continued on Page S) I,

named Patricia Ann : '. ?. the sub-tropics..' \:, ., t .
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ffouseM News Review of Current
@ I FAMOUS TONIC CREAM



o Queflioll.f k Events the World OverFrance BRISBANETHIS QUICKLY TRANSFORMS ?


A dash of salt Improves the flavor WEEK DEAD

of chocolate fudge. -

Forming Solid Front Maybe Peace, After All, SKIN I ''''V7'o" '
Always keep salads on Ice until II Against Germany in New '<
Is time to serve them. They lose their Building in a Big Way ;

flavor when exposed to heat. Crisis-Paraguay Made Totalitarian State- A Level-Headed King 3 minutes a day 'rI::

Chester Davis Is Sent to One Strike MethodThe removes freckles, 'M'
Europe.
I To prevent diced fruits droppfnj real war news from EuropeIt blackheads tool .'JJ'r-'

to the bottom of a gelatin mold chll! sounds like peace news-is that Famous NADINOLA Cream actually
fruits and add when gelatin mixture By EDWARD W. PICKARD land has refuser Eng! hides smooths away the dull, dead cuticle that
-
natural
-
------ your beauty. All do is
you
ref Western ;
has partly cougcaled. Newspaper Union. ; I France's request for this: ((1)) At bedtime spread a thin film

IXTY thousand German .9, V"p I Immediate assist of Nadinola Cream over your face-no
S troops I In to
} If the Rhineland the League of Nations after h& I ance In massaging, no rubbing. (2)) Leave on
lose
their that forcing Ger.many's
rugs stiffness aftei was
to supposed equality Is established and her sover while you sleep. ((3)). Watch daily im-
cleansing and do not lie flat on thf be demilitarized. Practically the eignty restored. armies from provement-usually in 5 to 10 days you

floor, a thin coat of white shellac) ap entire French army In and behind the France's the RhIneland Eng will see a marvelous transformation.
reply to this
was that, have Freckles
.plied to the back of rugs will stiffen vast system or fortifications Ing Just violated one treaty, Hitler land even hint coarsened, blackheads skin becomes disappear creamy-white; dull,

them. along France's could not be that France may be satin-smooth !
trusted to observe another lovely Fine results J>osi-
eastern frontier. The ; and anyway. France partly to blame. tively guaranteed with NADINOLA-
would I
Sonic stucco walls may be washed t French government, even listen to the reichsfuehrer's no' y tested and trusted for nearly two genera-
new tions. At all toilet counters
only 50c. Or
with soap and water, but a coat of backed by the other proposals until he had withdrawn his y France appeals tall o write NADINOLA, Box 44. Paris.Tenn.

stucco sprayed over the whole sur signers of the vIolated troops from the Rhineland. The Frend'army' members of the

face Is much "more satisfactory that Locarno treaty and was moved toward the frontlet League of Nations"in

washing. by the little entente, and the "Maginot line" of, fortification a fight for

Poland and Russia, demanded and underground passages was 'fully peace." But, with Tired Nervous
Tnvlnnil
Dough that has been kept In the that Germany manned. This system of defenses has "hn1r1inO'' "'o ", ;}. "
withdraw her been criticized back, other signers ,f. : ,/, -1
because
refrigerator for several hours after II\ troops It requires so Arthur Drlabnne I ii. !
Is molded should stand In _. from the RhIneland or many troops that the ormwa t-anrtanasV of the l.nfnrnn- ----- nat.' .... ; '/ ,; Wife.
a are "
warm -/ -- -- not
Inclined t' j
: that virtually In the language of i<
sanctions stationary
room fur about economic -what has been 'tJ4. :
the !
twenty minutes before M. Flandm day to ,
"stick their :" Wins
putting it into the oven. and possibly called In Paris "the con'crete army. necks out. : -4 Back

military, be Imposed by the Leagueof Remaining forces would be Insufficient t \ % !
Pep
IJ
The ,.
Nations. Great Britain for offensive United States is A "
trying hard movement. But this fault doing and ({
Discolored linoleums may bt to keep the might be spending In a big ? ,. Hcrrawnervcswera ,g. 4
cleaned with peace, reproving Germany, disregarded If 'France gets way. The Public x '+.",:' soothed. She ban- -/
alcohol. After cleaning supporting the French the expected Works administration ,'J I fished that
allow demands In millions of soldiers from says more than .. ... 1 "dcad-
them to 'dry thoroughly. then great measure but urging that Hitler's her allies. $1,000,000,000 worth of projects have new youthful color-restful"* tired"nights feeling.active Won days
apply lacquer. proposal been completed --au because she rid her
new non-aggression pacts with $2,200,000,000 of system of bowel-clo
Associated Newspa.pers-WNU Service.Week's be other work gang wastes that were sapping her vitality Nit
given consideration. Reichsfuehrer CHIEF JUSTICE ALFRED A. still under construction. Tablets (Nature'o! Remedy-the mild. safe.
all
Hitler reviewing his forces In the re- T of the District of Co Twelve hundred millions have been tion.-vegetable Try it for laxative-worked the transforma

Supply of Postum Free occupied territory and receiving the lumbia Supreme court checked the spent for materials, all Involving labor; aches. dizzy constipation, biliousness, head-

Read the offer made by the Postuu. loud plaudits of the inhabitants for telegram-seizing activities of the Black $639,000,000 for wage payrolls, by'PW how spells refreshed,colds.See ffl 3 P J .

Company In-another part of this pa. restoring their military sovereignty. senate committee on lobbying. He I A. Organized labor presents a you feel. At all .

per. They will send a full week's sup That tn n nutshell TOns the .nprllnnn. ,ranted the f'Mr-nrrn lour firm of _Qtlna.. building program of $500,000,000 to druggists-25c.
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PlY or health giving Postum free tc situation in Europe as the representatives H. Strawn an Injunction restraining cupy the idle building trades

anyone who writes for It.-Adv. of the Locarno nations and the the Western Union Telegraph com- If money holds out, and the inflation _

council of the league assembled in pany from giving the committee copies bonds keep their value, this will -

I Boresome London to consider what to do next. of the firm's telegrams.The be remembered as the building HELDBAK BY
age.
We like a man with an illusion Foreign Minister Plerre-Etlenne Flan- Judge said the subpoena servedon 1

If he doesn't make a hobby of it.JPIMPLES. din of France was there with the full the telegraph company by the com- A level-headed young JHJJ.f
man Is
support of Premier Sarraut for his de- mittee, calling for copies of telegrams flew English king. After the

mands that Immediate action be takento "goes way beyond" the committee's new giant Cunarder named seeing for the his Don't be disheartened. Obtain

bring Hitler to time. He was represented powers. mother, walking seven miles and real relief from pimples, raw- '
up
as "almost convinced" that a Next day William Randolph Hearst, down In It,. he visited the slums of ness, rashes, burning and itch-

"preventive war" now would be prefer- newspaper publisher began a fight In Glasgow called the, worst and ing of eczema and other skin i
able to "carnage two years hence," and court to keep an original confidential dest" In England. Some "red- outbreaks of external origin. Cuticura's
ultra "left super-creamy emollients and
In Paris it was disclosed that France telegram out of the hands of the wing" city councilors refused to properties soothe, comfort and medicinal pro-

counted on having at her disposal, Black committee; and the American presented to him "That's be mote healing. Begin the Cuticura ;

from her own forces and those of Newspaper Publishers' association de- right," said the king. "Tell perfectly them I'll all treatment 25c-today.at druggists Soap only everywhere.25c. Ointment

Russia, Poland and the little entente, nounced the reported seizure. come and have tea with them In-

a potential army of about 40,000,000men. stead." This he did. Two thousand .

It was said S.000,000 could be RAFAEL ship
FRANCO workers
COL. who be- cheered and called him
mobilized in 43 hours and 31,000,000, provisional president of "Good Old Teddy.."

were trained reserves ; and that 8,000 Paraguay after the recent revolution The king who 1 Cleanse
visited
airplanes and n million tons nf there has individual
war. set
ships p-- up a totalitarian gov- tenements, knocking at the_ doors_ no "ri
were ready. no infernally'
1.n-
erument modeled after ting babies
on the head 1t'3,
The keeps
Franco-Russian up with
treaty came I and feel the -
up German Nazism the times. No English difference! ;;
: from In the French senate and was ratified I f and Italian Fascism. before. king did that V Why let constipation
: surface conditions, by a huge; majority. It Is this hold
.- need not pact \ He Issued a decree you back? Fed
be
:
-'>!'.:f' endured. that Hitler gave as his excuse for remilitarizing '): < which declared 1 your best look your best
Make r'' the
skin :: There
your clearer are
different
: the of handling v cleanse
; Rhineland, asserting f state ways internally the
and
and ; the "liber-
., smoother! with that it was a violation of the Locarnotreaty ,,*,,, \! strikes, depending on public officials. v\ easy tea-cup way. GAR-

soothing' I).. being aimed at t : ating revolution" of At Akron, Ohio, strike of milk driv- '- \ ,oK FIELDTEAisnotamir-
R Germany. It [ '
;/ February 17
eSlnO 1 is the final link In the "Iron .I.it ,: as Indi- ers disturbs consuming families and Wrlto for acle worker, but a week
ring"around visible "
of
and banned
the reicli which <: '': : .) for producing farmers. FREE SAMPLE this "tem.aI beauty
France has i ; one year political, labor GARFIELD TEA CO.reatment will astonish -
Forget It been forging : Jj t : or other unions Herman E. Werner, public prosecutor Dept. 249Brooklyn you. Begin tonight

Happy- the 'man who can "put It ,At first the British govern 'ent's ., ,'. I I which "do not em- feres, says coldly:" "Anyone who N. Y. (At your drug store)

out of hLs mind." response to France'sdemands for full uuaie explicitly, from J with milk deliveries will I
.
.< Rafael Franco ; is, and Jnter.j UJMy
>iiiorr fljmiiisf fiprmnnv was- nmhifii.mis ----0.-,. the stnte.." I mitt; the order will be ,
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and not satisfactory to Sarraut Paraguay the government asserted,

and Flnndin. After conferences with will be purged of "endemic, demagogic Akron has 10,000 men out of work ;

I'rime .Minister Bahhvin and other min industrial, and sectarian evils." too many, nt one time for"that sized I

l isters, t'apt. Anthony 1 Eden, the young The official statement places In the place, and the city Is tired of it.

: foreign secretary, appeared before the "liberating army" the principal source Ideal
Remedy forIP'AIiN *
house nf (commons and declared any of authority. How many millions would be killed,

LIPS attack on France tr Belgium In viola- gassed, bombed, ripped to pieces
by :
tion of the Locarno pjrt would ,compe: C HESTER C. DAVIS, head of the shrapnel and machine-gun fire before "Though I have tried all good Y 9

Britain to go to their assistance. He invalidated AAA Is not going to Hitler or the' nation back1'' of him remedies Capudine suits me rn
added!, however could beat. It is quick and y
that admInister gentle.
there the be
was soli persuaded
no conservation program that he is not a reincar- Quickest because it is liquid-
To quickly relieve reason to suppose "the present German devised as a substitute. President nation of Frederick the Great its ingredients are already dis
,
chapping, roughness, action! Implies a threat of hostilities." Roosevelt announced that Mr. Napoleon? or gic solved., or For muscle headache, neural-i

cracking,apply soothing, Then he Indicated Britain was willing Davis would leave soon on a trip to This time a murderous aches. ii, VV ..yIi

cooling Mentholatum. to consider Hitler's proposals for now.. Europe to make war would i
-- n special sriirlv for be delib ratc, Nn'rrrnnrl f
pence covenants -- --- dukE. ___> her( tn.
n
the --u
government of economic ,conditions an Imperial throne has been n
The murdered
British statesmen seemed bearing on the ,
'so agricultural plans for to supply the spark.
ralm in the crisis that, there his
was reason country. Critics of the administration -
to believe they knew In advance immediately assumed that Mr.
what Hitler Intended Davis Japan Is the question mark In the
to do. When and Secretary of Agriculture D
Have Stomach (FII'ntlin and the other Locarno Wallace had war situation, but wise Japan would DU
Upsets? signa disagreed and that the
"For tory representatives: arrived In former was being gently edged out of not deliberately antagonize all her cus- Ii i: I l"BLACK LEAF 40"
general run-down ilon. the attitude of .the the : tomers and friends in western Europe
health British picture. This Keeps
due to Lon-j Mr. Wallace Dags Awayfrom
poor appetite
warmly
ff.l vr. no to all
.nerce"s Golden Medical of them.
Discovery and found it the friction and Hint hp had deeD. nffet'. your Usa i .
Ill F I greatest help of any remedy HITLEIt was not represented at Ion for Mr. Davis and the sincerest- ---- It is probable that Japan this time, L aK per Gallon of Spray,

Nyis4g1n -Allen have A. ever Smith taken of 3712," Fifth said the Locarno Conference- respect for his ability and integrity. as in the last war, would send "ob

'f >"a Court, North, Birmingham, the session of the league council In servers," thoughtful and silent, to
Ala"I can highly recom- London. lie watch the
mend this himself having BRITAIN Is white races cutting
medicine to all preclplIfatert GREAT Interested and each
who need a real tonic and builder. I have I the crisis: to learn that others' throats.
great confidence King Edward
in
it. All druggists. made
his !
Buy nowt New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid triumphal VIII may abandon hIs state of bachelorhood -
$1.00. Large size, tabs or liquid 135. appearance in the j ..r.y.J and take unto himself a wife. ilrs. Akeley, tvho used to help her

Rhineland: and then I This was revealed when the king authorized husband hunt lions and gorillas before RJL itCJC.G llll I IeY

awaited events. His 4 these lines In the message, he died, has been to Africa on her own p } ,

dramatic and sudden I 4: submitting the civil list to the house account and reports that In south East od

denunciation of the of commons: "His majesty desires that Africa natives cling to their old ways

Locarno treaty was I the contingency of his marriage should and methods ; nothing will change '

accomplished I n a be taken into account so that, in that them. She f ? ICt

\ you suffer burning speech before the vent, there should be a provision for The chief who Is sick wants a witch
scanty or reichstag and In formal 'AXATIYF.
her
.
too majesty. doctor to :
frequent urination backache come, howl, dance and tell
headache, dizziness, loss of announcements to I him that he 'has been bewitched Into pbWDEAaL
energy, the ambassadors
leg pains, swellings and puffiness In BEATTV swallowing a small crocodile
under the Uerlln of the EARL commander of the which Is NITCNCOCKMEDIp NECo
? nations Adolf
eyes Are tired Hitler A1lenfn. Ge
you biting his InsIdes.
nerv-
ous-feel all unstrung and don't concerned. He asserted that the -,, _.._- -war fleet In 1916-18 and
know what is he troops I uuerwura nrsi lora 01 the admiralty, -
wrong? sent Into the Rhineland For Constipation Troubles
Then give a "symbolic" comprised died in London after along illness at Next summer, Chicago entomologists
tome
thought to your army only, and that the the age of will Thousands now 'take Dr. Hitchcock's '
sixty-five. watch
-
kidneys. Be Rising from 50,000,000
reich mosquitoes
sure they function while ready to a after
defend Laxative
ly for functional proper Itself, was sick-bed to attend the funeral they have been Powder for bilious-
of dyed red
kidney disorder per- wholly desirous of peace. To Earl green, ;yellow, ness, sick headaches and up-set
mits excess waste to stay in the blood, this he offered a plan which prove ellicoe last November, he predicted blue and brown, and learn how far stomach due to constipation. They
and
to poison and upset the whole A demilitarized Includes: that he would soon follow his col1 I. inosqultoej can fly. find that Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vege
system. strip of German, league. Lord table
LaxativePowder
French Beatty had a meteoric is mild-but
Use Doan't Pills. Dean's are for the and Belgian land ; a 25-year career as a naval commander and dis- The treasury finds that In the first effective-it acts gently, yet thoroughly -
kidneys only. They are recommended non-aggression treaty among Germany, played his and removes that clogged
ability In the battles eight months of this fiscal
of
the France year It has
world and condition of the
Belgium
over. You can the with Great Britain bowels Cleanse
get -
uine gen- lellgoland Bight and Dogger Bank, accumulated a deficit of $2,410,000,000. intestines
time-tested Doan'j at and Italy as guarantors your of waste matter-
Inclusion
store. any drug of the Netherlands In the ; and especially in the battle of Jutland The country took In $2,348,000,000 and don't allow poisons to accumulateand

pacts; an air system of where he commanded the first battle spent $4,758,000,000. In prosperous break down :your vitality and
pact with
the western cruiser squadron. His wife, who died times, the country's total income is health. Family size 25c.
powers
; a
0: t Germany's eastern non-aggression pact ,with In 1032 was Ethel Field daughter of $90,000,000,000; ; but when will those
neighbors I
include
the Chicago merchant prince, Marshall 'times" come back?
ing Lithuania
; and return of
Germany J l Field.
C King Features Syndicate, lac.
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A Charming Needlecraft Wrestling With Scowls
IMPROVEDUNIFORM
aoQJLT INTERNATIONAL Picture to Embroider Still Sport in Japan

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I Among, the few surviving: old

FACT3LUCKY SUNDAY sports in .Japan, wrestling still retains -

Lesson all the' color and ceremony of ; :

y. 1 the past.. In the ring, Samuel: l H.WalnwrIght ; To instantly relieve pain, .
By REV P. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. r ; w Jr., writes In '"Beautyin ging shoe pressure and qickly;

TO RAISE Member Institute of Faculty.of Chicago.Moody Bible Japan," wrestlers face each other I safely loosen and remove corns or

FLOCK OF POULTS Western Newspaper with fists on 'the ground ,and fiercelooks ''I callouses-use Dr. Scholl's Zino-

on their faces. If either is unset pads.These soothing,healing,cush-
I ioning pads prevent sore toes and
Lesson for March 29 by the scowl of tbe"other, he blisters. At drug,shoe or dept.stores
Old-Fashioned Methods Not calls for time out, each returns to :-only 25j5 and 35k a box.
his corner; sips' water and starts allover
Equal to Present Plan.The JESUS EXPLAINS THE KINGDOM. again. Wrestlers finally 'called

for, so much time out that it was
luck In the LESSON TEXT-Luke 131830. '\
subject of good .
GOLDEN TEXT-And they shall come limited to a- total of ,12 minutes. j
poultry business was discussed ont from the east, and from the west, and
,., this page not long ago during which from the north, and from the south,
discussion it was pointed out that the and shall sit down in the kingdom of. To keep clean and healthy take Dr. WtUf THe lOc SIZE I
, God.-Luke 13:29. ..' '.. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet'They regulate
:
.j-' most successful poultrymen are always 1'1011 CONTAINS 3'/2 TIMES
PRIMARY TOPIC-Good News to Men. liver, bowels and stomach. Adv. AS
f', the luckiest. That is not to say, JUNIOR TOPIC-Jesus Talks'About; I mow? MUCHASTHE 5c SIZE
t..' however, that there are no Instances His Kingdom. Ji jSSi .IM *

: ,' where good luck plays the most prom- INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR The Reason

,:" inent role. Such a case is to be found TOPIC.-.My Part In Extending Christ'sKingdom. PATTERN 5297 It Justice were not blind, she would ORO LINE

: ; where poults are'reared with hens. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT act much more promptly. SNOW"'WHITE PETROLEUM .JELLV
" \" j So widespread has disease and parasites TOPIC-Requirements for CitizenshipIn The old-time well-the bucket I

become that to successfully pro the Kingdom. hanging there, just waiting to be
: old- embroidered in its natural; setting. I
under the
duce a flock of poults .
I. Jesus Teaching in the Synagoguevv. And what and
, fashioned conditions would seem to be a lovely colorful wall-
'
luck and simple. Success ( 10-21). hanging you'll have when finished i irs
good :, pure
with such methods has become the ex The presence of a sorely afflicted You can use as many bright threadsas !
: woman called forth Jesus' sympathyand fancy dictates when 'ou'be.in to"paint" j
ception rather than the rule, asserts
he therefore, healed her. This .
the old-fashioned garden In
en authority In the Missouri Farmer. !
)": Only during recent years 'did people action on the Sabbath day provokedsevere lazy-daisy, French knots, runningand
criticism on the part of the I
:7 learn how to produce turkeys: success- single stitch. And you needn'tfl'nme'the
;i"
fully under present-day conditions. ruler of the synagogue. Jesus quickly panel-just line Itand hangit ; II
:; y silenced his objections by showing that !
.
:/::; Prior to the discovery that turkeys entirely In keeping: III' I
deed
, this good was In
c J', could be raised in strict confinement, pattern 5197) you will find a
Sabbath day.
of the
with the purpose transfer
' headed pattern of a wall hanging
the population was
:1." turkey for extinction. Turkey numbers 1. The parable of the mustard seedvv. 15 by 20 inches; a color chart ; mate- '
J straight ( 18, 19). rial requirements illustrations N OT long ago I was like some friends I have. ..Iow in spirits... I
of all
> had been ;
In the United States
a. Its unimportant beginnings (v. run-down..out of sorts...tired easily and looked terrible. I
:> reduced to the lowest point in all his stitches needed ; directions for' finish.' knew I had no serious organic trouble so I reasoned sensibly..as ,
19) my 1
::j:, tory. People who were unable to produce It begins as the least of all seeds ing wall hanging. experience, has since proven.that work, worry, colds and whatnot J
: them with hens and unlimited Send 15 cents In stamps or coins had just worn me down.
and to be the greatest among I
, range held to the erroneous opinion herbs.grows The parentage and humble circumstances coins preferred) to The Sewing Cir- The confidence mother has always had in S.S.S. Tonic.. which isstill I. '!

:'4 that these conditions were essential cle, Household Arts Dept., 2:)0!. West her stand-by when she feels run-down..convinced me I ought to 1 1
of Jesus the King greatly
to their well-being. Fourteenth, Street, New York: X Y. try this Treatment.:..I started a course. The color began to come back !
perplexed the people. That twelve un- to my'skin..I felt better. ,.I did not tire easily and soon I felt that
: Today, thousands of turkeys are I
be selectedas
should
" lettered fishermen those red-blood-cells were back to so-called
fighting is
strength..it
::. produced in enormous flocks strictly still amazing.b. Speed Limit in Europe feel
his advisers was more great-to strong again and like'my old self.
t; '.', confined to wire porches and, later, to Its vigorous growth (v. 9)). There is no speed limit for motor Insist on S.S.S. Tonic in the blood-red Cellophane-wrapped pack j i

it. small pens until they reach maturity.And Though small In Its Inception, the work /chicles In the open country of age. .the big 20-oz. size sufficient for two weeks' treatment.. ..it's i

t(: so expertly have turkey growers Inaugurated by Jesus Christ has become -, France, Germany, Italy and Great more economical, too. f
S'S.8
i Ca
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i" adapted modern methods to the turkey mighty In power. Britain. All that Is expected from a : _,
_>, business that It is now a fact that the c. Its lodging capacity. The birds driver is that he keeps his car under I fi

':.' most successful turkey: growers are which find lodgment in a tree do not control at all times. :_:a { ,tfl1iiX! f\&lltti\ k iiJ: IJ1ff l i

;;i'.,''. also the luckiest, just like the.: case Is represent the children of men who ,

: with chicken raisers. find safety and salvation In the church, .. .
}.:.i,:}}{;
:, Because natural, or hen raising but they are predatory beings waitingto r:

,;,', .methods are so unsuccessful In producing pluck the tender buds or to prey U1DEi1fERID; : : : n ::;.,., B

. ". turkeys]: and artificial methods upon the ripened fruit. The effectsof ,. .. .. :4
{; Y : : :
/ are so successful, the production of such lodging are evil, blighting even }..%.', :..}'fti.....4r'r\siv4"ss4.. H. .. ... ... .... .. ..... '. ..n,
,: poults in small numbers-less than 100 to the spoiling of the tree.

f: In a flock-probably should be disc our- 2. The parable of the leavened OH, STOP @tr: -WHAT'S ':. ..:> SAY MR.MERRILL ;".
<'!" .aged. A large enough flock: should be JIM/WE'VE GOT THE
. meal (v. 21). When the scrIptur.alsIgnificance r: NAGGING-WELL fit. I'M NO-ADDING/ r }
,;- started that plenty of attention on the of the meal, the woman, TO GET THE MONEY .{: r; COST OF MACHINE -rM :
: 1
GET MONEY :
1.>.' part of the attendant is financially justified THE 4.OPERATING YN
" SOMEHOWTHE
known the
leaven is Interpre-
and the '
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TRUCK <
-IF I CAN }f"}: :'
which also applies to the use tation Is' easy.a. N.. BANK PAYMENT t J THIS TRUCK

:,.of. good housing and equipment The meal. Meal in Scripturemeans ."< IS COMING DUE S LLTNATOLD.Y '>: FOR A YEAR, SALESMAN/

''-', something wholesome and nutri- NEXT CRAB MERRILL 1: INCLUDING GAS, :
I' rIAI
: "' tious. It was used in one of the sweet MONTH/ OIL AND'REPAIRS LL
Sulphur Treatment Usedto savour offerings which typify Christ AN OLD ? TIS OLDTIGHTWAD ,

Control Coccidiosis (Lev. 2:1-3) and was the food for the SKINFLINTHE'LL / !

, Experiments with sulphur In poultry priests (Lev. 0:15-17)). -: SOMETHING PUT {.: ; HE'D SQUEEZE {!I
THE HIDE
b. The leaven (v. 21). In the "' =;,
r// disease control are attracting at- OVER ON YOU OFF A BUFFALO
. ;', tentlon. The particular aim has been Scriptures leaven Is Invariably a typeof 1___ IF IE GAN f NtCKEI-

.: ,coccidiosis control. In some cases evil, as the following examples :
-' show (Exod. 12:5, Lev. 2:11; Mate
.( says a wrIter In the Rural New Yorker :-
broiler flocks: purged one day each 1GG, 12; I Cor. 5G-8).

': ." wek with a mash containing 10 per c. The woman. In normal life the I' .' (f"ir. I

cent of elemental sulphur remained woman Is the administrator of the .

.. ,apparently free from coccidiosis, while home, not its head. Her responsi- f -
,:' .untreated groups, also in close confinement bility Is to take: the bread provided 1 : { ss ,I

,', 1 suffered heavily. by the head, prepare and distribute It t'i

Birds on range may require more to the household. In Scripture we ; : )

" .'" frequent purging or, as an alternate, find false doctrine being taught by a I ; i

.: < ,the range may be sulphurized. Three woman. Dealing with doctrine Is for- -T ;c
.'/.' hundred pounds of sulphur raked Into bidden to women (I Tim. 2:12). In I -? of

;;' the top one-Inch of spaded soil In a Timothy 4:1-3 we find that apostasywill

:;,. quarter-acre enclosure proved of apparent be brought In through false teach- JIM, YOURMEANNESS "a SAY, YOUWOULDN'T ,

,0' :. worth the past summer on the ing In the ranks of God's people. The ;< MAY TALK

r: Maryland eastern shore. Pullets ranging meaning of the parable, therefore, Is -SOUNDS LIKE
: LOSE US A SWELLIF YOU HAD ''s:; 1IV111 CAN T : '*:; <'"?.
the true doctrine of the meal THE TROUBLE I:
that
< thereon thrived and came through ;' ORDER DONTYOU MY HEADACHESKNOW
. '". from baby chick to laying stage without given for the nourishment of the soul THAT AND HAD-MY DOCTOR

'E.' loss attributable to coccidiosis, will be officially corrupted by false CALLED IT
MR, MERRILL INDIGESTION/
tip' > worms or paralysis. In contrast, cockerels doctrine. The children's food Is thus ?>:a OWNS COFFEENERVESSWITCH .

,w: .; from the same egg lot In the corrupted by their mother. A BIG? ':f' WilY ING TO ;>k <'' 'wy' CURS 5! ,
, : r., adjoining non-sulphurized yard suffered II. Jesus Teaching in the Villages' {, TRUCK LINE DOESN'TYOURBOSS POSTUM HELPED IM LEAVINGPOSTUM /
.. SHUT
.
c;,' high losses prior to reaching and Cities (vv. 22-30). HIS FACE AND ME WHY DON'T'
broiler size. Jesus knew that he was on the ALWAYS
,' way
: GO SELL A I YOU TRY IT ? ::< DRIVES MEOF ,
to Jerusalem to be crucified. He was.
FEW TRUCKS
therefore, making an effort to reach
}.' Pays to Feed Plenty HIMSELF
<' every person possible with the gospel.
2: Sorting out a group of farms on 1. A question asked (v. 23). We do ria

which poultry records showed the fact know Just why this question was

amount of feed consumed per hen was asked. It may have been out of curIosity :

:high, automatically revealed a groupof or by some Jew who prided himself c 1\; / i c o ,

farms on which high egg produc- on being of the elect. f. Ty -

tion was obtained, declare Pennsylvania 2. The Lord's answer (vv. 24-30).

State college poultry experts. He did not answer directly but by ;w71O)&

This simply emphasizes, they say, that likening the blessing of the kingdom

\ high egg production requires more feed I to a banquet hall in a palace.a. .

per hen. It means in actual practice The gate of the kingdom Is

that It pays to feed hens well. PulletsIn strait and the way narrow. It Is easy COURSE,you know that children should never "'

reasonably heavy egg production to see from his teaching, as well as coffee.But do you realize that the caffeinin

may not eat enough grain to maintain from observation, that the saved are PAYS LATER! coffee disagrees with many grown-ups, too? '
their body weight. A, drop In production -' few. The fewness is not due to either -
OH,JIM,,, If you are bothered by headaches or indigestion,
::::
results. A mixture of one pound Christ's unwillingness or Inability to p .: :. THATs WONDERFUL! or'find it difficult to sleep soundly caffein may

each of ground rolled oats and condensed save, but the unwillingness of the sinner > v ;: : LOOK/ ; ; i KNEWYAU'D' .. _be to blame., ,. .. __ .- .yIsn't
milk before moistening, fed to to come to him.b. ; MR. MERRILL :: GET THE ORDER/ 't
it Postum for 30 ?
w w)1i1e.totry days
'.each 100 MVds dally may aid In maintaining The immediate duty to set forth .' ORDER THIRTY :; -YOU'VE BEEN +
Postum contains caffein.It is
no simply whole wheat
r feed consumption and consequently 'Y;;;;A..; TRUCKSNOW
(v. 24) Regardless of what othersare YOUR OLDSPLENDID
< Y, and bran, roasttd and slightly sweetened. It is easy '
.
; body weight. It should be fed "' WE CAN PAY
: doing, the personal obligation is SELF
make '
:
::4+}rfr to ,and costs less than one-half cent a cup.It'sa
:. In a crumbly form.Worming. upon everyone to strive to enter. THE BANK/ SINGE YOUSWITCHED '
\ delicious drink, too. and may prove a real help.
c. The door to be shut (v. 25).- TO A product of General Foods. Owe. 0, p. CORP
t: the Flock God's patience will not last for POSTUMMARY

X::: Birds that are heavily Infested with ever. His mercy Is to end and his FREE-let'us send you your first week's supply

;.:., .parasites are usually quite thin, there Judgment will follow. Love and grace of.Postum. free! Simply mail the coupon.
spurned will eventuate In the manIfestation -
:, Is a drawn appearance of the face
;-:. parts, and sometimes a fading of the of divine wrath. I
", eye. The birds are also sluggish and d. Pleading for entrance on the GENERAL FOODS,Battle Creek, Mich. w. N. u.-s-20-30
,are Invariably poor producers. When round of knowing Christ (vv. 25: ,20). Send mo, without obligation, a week' supply of Postum.
This plea Is met by the awful
com-
this condition appears In the flock:, sev- Name .'
mand to depart, and even calling them
-eral birds should be killed and tIe Intestinal -
"workers of Iniquity."
tract checked for worms. Street "
e. A day of weeping and gnashingof .-f'...r ; -
.
Worming a flock must be done care .",' .A J ; 'Stat..
teeth (v. 2S). The very sight of City "
fully to prevent the birds going Into .
the faithful ones enjoying the Fill In completely,print name and address.If
blessing
,a moult, cud should have early atten- 4, } J you live in Canada,address: General Foods,Ltd.,
tlon. of the kingdom, while they themselves Cobourg, Ont. (Offer expires Dec.31,1936.)
are shut out, will be extremely awful rw:



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FOUR THE CLEW1STON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1038 t I

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The Clewiston News deserve any consideration, and if he I trict taxes for all of the 42 counties

gets hurt it's his own hard luck, but through which the Atlantic CoastLine
From Jacksonville
West
on the other hand we provide for I and subsidaries' operate. to Key

our other dumb animals so what? /

Published every Friday In Clewiston, It is alright to eliminate the fellows .:...:..:..)o:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..: i sf r> lJ /(+ ; r,+!+'4%{:..;;; rrrxr.{h yr r'f., !f.r: f'vri fr'i, rfr 7riy%

Florida, by the CLEWISTON. NEWS, who "get elected"; they don't, rf'i f,.j \
Inc. need any compensation. But the POLITICAL J ;,jr

poor defeated candidates are the

ones I'm thinkin' about and if I
1
Keathley Bowden, Editor were runnin' for the legislature I'd, ANNOUNCEMENTSPaid
have a plank in' my platform callingfor
a "Defeated Candidates' Com- ( Political Adv.)

pensation." .
second class mail mat ":":":":---:1:":":":":+:":":":":":":' :rs N Sf r.rlr S. 4i: _
Entered as It just isn't right to let these boys
ter February 1, 1927 at the Post offer their all on the alter of sacri- TO THE VOTERS OF HENDRY "
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Office in Clewiston, Florida, under fice and then turn our backs on COUNTY <

the Act of March 3, 1897. them in their hour of need. It seemsto
%
me that a reasonable and just LaBelle, Fla.

compensation for them is only fair. I announce my' candidacy for the !

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. Among the things that might be cov- office of Superintendent of Public

Advertising rates on application. ered by such compensation are the Instruction.I ,,., r.4. ; ,1 .
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following: served the schools of this_ ,om- !'r s' I,4'/7/! : v li ; '.-
munity many'years and will, if elect ': ;;r i/,1
feelings Every defeated
Hurt :
Devoted to the advancement and ed, do my best to keep the doors of Y% J
candidate suffers terribly on this ac
the school houses open and raise the
Clewiston and Hendry
welfare of
count. standard of the schools.I .

County. Lung Injury: Try six months on promise a complete separationof

the stump, platform and radio and the schools from politics and I ii:44!%;,., .
will work for a tenure of teachers ,;r r' : 4+Jr''%{'
see how you like it. f j'r':f fl;! i i'. .:. !ir'r i
Next week is the Everglades Fair. based entirely upon their, success in % ,'.:, r 1" i?+i4r.a'iirv:' : : ; r,.I y}
v
Don't miss it. Colds and Pneumonia: Caused the school room. !/:!;. ,; r?: :,:} %' ,;ir
from going so long without a hat.
this I solicit
Upon platform your tr
We've been waiting to hear the "I'S" a candidate has put out dur- support. i.. r:! p{., T r fi' /fr ':;4ir. .
I :s fSl ::i5
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first complaint about hot weather ing a campaign. D. G. McCORMICK.FOR .

after several months of the other Ear Injury or Defective Hearing:

kind. Caused.from scraping ear on groundor

exposure to long and continued SHERIFFTo

blasting of loud speakers. ,

Clewiston has gone well over her Infection: Brought on by hand the Voters of Hendry County:
in the Red Cross drive but
quota shaking and baby kissing. I hereby announce my candidacyfor
let's not stop there. Nature is fickle Defective vision: (Provided can- the office of Sheriff of ''Hendry

and there is no way to know whenwe didate can prove he didn't have it county subject to the Democratic .

may be in a position to be glad before entering the race.j. Primaries in June. I have been a

that there is a Red Cross organization Injury to chin: (Except in ,cases resident of Hendry county ,for. the ,,
and that it is ready for instant where DELIBERATELY stuck past sixteen years and feel that I '_
am capable of carrying on the, workof v "
service. in an emergency. Renew your I
--- -- -- out.). the office in an honest and fear MANYGASOLINES"pulltheirpunches' .
membership and give something to
Losing Heart: (Except when caus- less manner and of giving the peopleof '
the disaster relief. ...contain as much as 1/7 waste. But not ,
ed by high Blonde Pressure.). the county a conscientious ad-
Hardening of Financial Arteries: ministration if elected. Your vote Gulf! It's so scientifically refined that all '

Another great and successful sugar Any Ex-Candidate can tell you about and your support will be appreciated. non-power-producing elements are eliminated > :,

season is finished and as each this. all of it goes to work-none of ,:::'
DOUGLAS THOMPSON.
season that passes becomes more Punctured Personal Vanity: it goes to 'waste. That's what makes the !s----'i t.

successful it is to be hoped that ere Leaves some of 'em maimed for life. Gulf'gallon'' "BIG." Try tankful of '

long federal restrictions will per- Getting toes stepped on: So, few I .
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FOR TAX ASSESSOR THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE.
mit the company to increase the candidates can "take ,it". .i
length of the grinding season and Ruptured Relations: Both busi- I

its output of sugar. With that will ness and personal.But To the Democratic Voters of Hen-

likely come a refinery, factories to: all kiddin' aside and gettin' dry County: ...
I hereby announce my candidacyfor : X, ..X..X..XMX..X..XMXXX"XXXX<*:**:-:" :-:":":":-:":":":":":":":":'.:":-':":":':' ;i'
take care of present waste mater- back ,to Wendell's booklet and the Y .. "j
the office of 'Tax Assessor''' in .. .:.
Clewiston will into Workmen's Law it _
ials and develop Compensation as f
Hendry County, subject to the action
. the greatest sugar producing now operates in Florida, it is a of the Democratic Primaries in June. y i,

center of the country as it is destined splendid thing for the state and our Your vote and support will be greatly .Y A. \ c;.

to be someday. labor 'organizations, legislators and appreciated. :;: :::
others who have 'brought it about R. N. MILLER.

deserve plenty: of credit. With the =: Notice To =:i_:= H

rrrrrrrHrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr exception of two states, Mississippiand .: .. '
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Arkansas, laborers and workers FOR TAX ASSESSORI i .

Too Late To Classify pf the nation are protected by similar .:. .:. .
: .
laws and Wendell tells me that wish to announce my candidacyfor ..i.. ::: ,j.jjj '.;"'.

<% %issell KayIBHHBBBBnBBBUBBEHBgBaHBBKBB since the law becam'e effective in re-election as Tax Assessor for :
y Hendry County, subject to the will
Florida, over 20,000 claims have
of the Democratic 'voters in June.I jjj HOMESTEAD
been successfully' handled.
I am seeking re-election solely on
I've been lookin over a little boOkIlet Every employer of labor in Flor- i. my record of fairness to the taxpayers y
ida should contact the Florida In-
and fairness
to the I will
sent me by Wendell C. Heaton,) county. y'y
dustrial Commission and secure a
continue the same policy in futureas
chairman of the Florida Industrial .. .:. ..
copy of the booklet giving full details in the past-Fairness to all. ..:. .:. '
Commission, that explains theWorkmen's
concerning the Florida Work- Your vote and support will be 'ap- y ,

Compensation Act as men's Compensation Act, for while preciated. :;: ,::
passed by the last legislature, andI HURD L. REEVES.
an employer may operate either under OWNERS
note, right at the start, that while I the act or independent of it, I :: ':!:

it provides protection and compen- ..
there are nevertheless provisions y
sation for employees of all state and y
which seriously effect his welfare ?
other political subdivisions, it elim- y
and a thorough knowledge of the Y
RAINY WEATHER
inates those" "elected to office at law's provisions may prevent substantial j .y:. .f. .
the polls.
business losses ,that may occur y
It don't say anything about the through ignorance or failure to :;: If you have not filed your application for :!:
poor guys in the business of "tryin" makes y ?
take advantage of the protection it
to get elected at the polls" but con-

siderin' the number of casualties in offers to, the not employer alone' to as the well.employeebut :i:= homestead exemption, please take time :!:

this racket the matter deserves seri- SPECKLED MOULDY

ous consideration. A. C. L. TO PAY STATE TAXES y ?
Messin' with political machineryis -- :_: to do so now. The law provides' that ex- :i: '

a hazardous occupation if there' Tallahassee, March 25 (FNS.- BEANS AND

ever was one, yet we leave our political Responding to Comptroller J. lI.Lee's .
be claimed before *
emption must on or :
machines right out in the open general appeal to taxpayers on TOMATOESSULFOCIDE

without even a guard rail, and the behalf of the schools, the, Atlantic .X=. .X=.
buzz saw is exposed so that the 'rank Coast Line Railroad to-day wired
1st of each '
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April
:: year. ::
G.t .' ", "
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amateur can monkey with it. It's the' Comptroller that although unable : ... ** ; *
no wonder so many of 'em get hurt. to pay all taxes at this particular : )
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Of course we might take'' the attitude time, it is preparing to pay this : i. ** ;

that any guy dumb enough tol/ week approximately $180,000 of :. .:.
engage in such an occupation .school maintenance, county and dis- ::: '" :::

::5 the easiest and .i.. ... '
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-- I See that the correct description of your *;

eapest control y

:;: homestead is entered on 'your applicationand ::

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lISAVEMONEY i avoid complications arising from i
1 Spray your llcniis TonintoeM or :: exempting ::
!Strawberries' before picking:, dip or .
wash after picking, to Insure better f
condition on itrrl 'int; at marine, I' 1
whether011 "condition" or not. :::: the wrong property. ::

Wnsh or dip a basket of IloniiH, ,.'i"_. .:.
: TAKE NO CHANCES..BUY A.MONEYBACK Tomatoes or Strawberries In Sulfo- '. y
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I elde. Keep It alongside R similar ::: : 'o :::
/ basket undipped or unn Hhed. Then +
you will SEE Snlfoclde'Halue..

GUARANTEEDSEE I One cent expense before skipping, L:

H USED IK north. one dollar expense. >rnll1llllll1 f DON'T DELAY'!' !!!!;

CAR
The bent dealer in Florida nell ,=. ,
!Snlfocide. IiixUt on Lavdng It. Auk :
for -iflet, .Hlfocldc the Ilcan (( ,, I
No we to waite time and,money shopping : Spray"." t. :;: 1
us TODAY FOR around.We have the belt used car :: .=f
values ia town. That', why'we tay-
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SPECIAL BARGAINS "Select any uar.nteedae.ndddvelt *
two daJl.kt your wife and family help SULFOCIDETHE _!:: (I. M. LEE :;:

h you decide.Then-if you are not iatii- ..
lied it i> a real hone>to-goodneM: value, BEAN SPRAY '
bring It back and your money will be
i: t tt.
cheerfully refunded-provided only that Comptroller
the car il i in ici original condition. *

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) 1i Personal Mention 4: brief visitor here Wednesday. WITH MIIS. REAKDSLEY Hendry and second high prize


\ I:> .....:..........................................................................................,..........::.. Nail Mrs.and A.Mrs.A. -J.Muuroe F.-Tippey, Mrs.were C. visitors E.-'I I Aid The Society April will- e be ting--or.held on the April Ladles 2, Edith ent Mrs.were Mortimer Magill Miss, Mrs.Madge Woest.Joe Others Wicks Hull, \ .1

'. Justice Butler, Jr., is visiting this in West Palm Beach today. ',at 3:00 p.,m. with Mrs. J. E. Beards- A. L. Taylor, Mrs. Frank v I

week in Jacksonville. I ley. Mrs. Homer Dreyer, and Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dobbins, Miss gust Blemke..
Mrs. Mary TMcCrone, of West Palm I THE COMMUNITY: CHU11CH :
Mary Elizabeth Dobbins, and R. C. D. Jenkins Williams, Minister: Bishop Sam R/ Hay and Dr.
Beach visited friends here .
" Tuesday. Reece, of Winston-Salem; N. C., left I M. Spivey of Lakeland were

": this morning after a visit of several : at the Methodist church Tuesday.
Sunday, March 29 1936 I
Mrs.
. F. M. Wright spent one day I' I.- ,
days with Mr. and Mrs H. O. Pet Miss Ethel Cook and Elmer
( this week in LaBelle visiting friends. : 45 A. M. Sunday School. ,
ers. derson were visitors in
,'_'', -- 10:45 A. ?i r. Junior'Church.. Springs and Fort Myers 1.'I I
.,,: Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff ,
spent
I 7:45, P. M.\ Evening Worship: ."The night. .
/ the :week-end in Boca Grande. H. Worthen, of Atlanta, general ..
'i',' manager of the Southern division of I. Church." Services will be followed -I Miss Mildred Ward, of

.:...:'" Mrs. :.Wilfred Lockhart spent Sat- Western Union and Mrs. Worthen, by the annual meeting of was the guest of Miss Betty j r

visited the local the church ,last :Sunday.
,: urday in West Palm BeachL office Saturday.
...k; ----- I They were accompanied by F. E. I IIR Mrs.. W. P. Andrews was a I

'-: Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams visited -II Frazier, of Orlando, 'State. superin-- I .:\ AND MIIS. MEREDITH |j tor in Fort Myers Tuesday. ,

;:;t,)' friend in Fort Myers Monday.. tendent of.Western Union. r, 'CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY I I Y:

"' Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith celebrated -
:' : J. I. Doris, Caterpillar Tractor EZELLES HONOR GUESTS I their third wedding anni- Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath

, : representative of Albany, Ga.; was WITH BRIDGE; PAnTY versary with a Michigan party at )
.::.': here this week on husiness. :
their home Wednesday evening. J
Dr. and, Mrs. J. ,W., Ezelle enter- High score prize, a box of choco-I, ;
::' Mr., and Mrs. 'R. C. Wilson spent Lake Harbor Phone No. :
: tained
Saturday night with a bridge lates
; went to' C. E. Nail and a double .
', the week-end visiting friends in Fort '
,' party honoring their week-end deck of cards went to, A., W. Sias. :BELLE. GLADE, FLORIDA. / ._'

[ .t. Myers. \ I guests, Miss Ava Ezelle and Miss as low score prize. Ice cream, cake J I :

;" ". Dot Clarke, of Alva. and coffee, were-,served to: I
', Mr. and Mrs. C.. ,F. Goodman, of \ "
; High score prizes were awardedto Mr. and Mrs. A. AV. Lawrence,*Mr.
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Miami, spent the week-end, in Clew- I
" Mrs. J. A. Rumbley and Carl and Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mr. and Mrs.
.'\ : iston. Johnson Mrs. M.\ T. 'Ironmonger fr
Rumbley receiving and Mr. and Mrs.
G1,1:' ,hose and Mr. Johnson a tie. Miss C. E. Nail. r Security THE'GROCERY Security '
Mrs. Evelyn Berlin, of New York
Lavonia Congdon ,received two decksof _
' is the of per sister Mrs.
City, guest QualityB and B Quality
I Carl Redish. cards and J. A. Rumbley a thermometer LaBELLE NEWSMr.

as consolation prizes. Tuna
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Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and fish salad, cakes and :coffee' were Feeds Feeds

family were visitors in West Palm served. ( and Mrs., Joe Wicks of Oxford, CO.

,, \,. Beach Saturday afternoon. Those enjoying the occasion were: Pa., are. the guests of Mr. and Mrs.

::1. :.,; -- Miss Dorothy Lockhart, 'Miss Lavonia Frank Doughtery.Miss .

J ;':- Miss Leah Spicer was a business Congdon, Mr. and Mrs. 'J. A. Edna ,Moon and Mrs.\ Spencer (

,:\" visitor in West Palm Beach Satur- Rumbley, Sidney Hoover, Lawson Aiken visited in Fort Myers Wednesday r A Full Line of Feeds, Cut Worm Bait and .

<, day. Jones, Emmett Shelley and Carl I afternoon.A I..

...... .. -- Johnson. nicnic was enioved at Has Pen Poultry' Supplies '
: '
> ; Mrs. B. E. Nall, Sr., who has been Gulley Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. ,

:..:. very ill ,with pneumonia. is reported COMMUNITY CHURCH TO Frank Doughtery and their; small ,

I'ri: improving. HOLD ANNUAL MEETING daughter, Frances, Margaret Dough-

-- tery, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wicks, Mr.
Scratch Feed Whole Corn
':. Mrs. H. O. Peters and daughter, The annuaI'meeting of the Community and Mrs. George Burchard and their S-

\. LaDeen, left this morning for a visit : Church will be held Sunday children, Forrey and :Shirley, 'Mr. .

; :.'. in Daytona.Mr. evening after a short worship ser-, and Mrs, R. J. Moon, Miss Sallie < ,Egg Mash k '
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vice. Reports will be given by all Middlebrough, Hough Hull. and ,
and Mrs. Manning Carter and societies, and organizations of the I George Poole. "

"y... baby son, of LaBelle, spent Sunday church. I Mrs.' Lucile Chapman of New Cracked Corn Growing Mash
l. here as the geust of JVlrs. Carter's York, is' visiting with Miss Margie

:::: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Redish. EXECUTIVE OARD, MEETS Lyn Caldwell. Mrs. Chapman has

r :spent the winter in Palm Beach. \ Shorts; ' .;.

r,:. Jay Twitchell, of Chicago, Ill., The executive board of the Ladies Mrs. Harry Willis of Punta Gor- ,
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representative of C. H. Robinson Aid Society held a meeting at the da, has joined her husband who is *

': and Co., was a business visitor here manse Tuesday. Plans were discussed manager of the B & B store here. Broiler Mash Wheat Bran

Wednesday. for officers and work for the coming Mr. and Mrs. George Lloyd and.1
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year.. their dau fillers. "Ruth.. Dnrnthv., and I '
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Elliot Davis, of Fort Chick Starter '
r : ,- Myers, Superintendent Edna, returned ,Monday from Bun- ,
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W'. of Standard
Dredging MRS. PERRY ENTERTAINSWITH nell where they were called becauseof i
Co., was a business'visitor here Wed-
">", nesday.: BRIDGE WEDNESDAYMrs. the_.death: of Mrs._ Lloyd's broth ,. Rice"Bran Chick Grit "
, I -- er.
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-'- I W. W. Perry entertained Mrs. Tommy Weekley' and her
C. B.: Savage, of West Palm'
Wednesday afternoon with a lovely small 'son, Dallas, returned to their ,Beet Pulp S
Beach, representative of the .American .
bridge party at her home. Rooms home in Tarpon Springs Saturday I

; Agricultural Corporation, spent were decorated with vases of red after making a short visit in LaBelle

r' Tuesday here on business. roses. with Mrs. Emma Weekley. Ask' for literature'on how to produce for

r. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson was awarded -, Mrs. Dyess Roberts and Miss Jose-
Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Allison are the
r, a boudoir mirror as high score I phine Roberts of Immokalee were
',' proud parents of
a baby girl born '
r- ; prize; Mrs. G. B. Thomas received a visitors here Friday. profit. .,
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Friday at the Good Samaritan Hospital
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S' in' box of powder and puff as second Miss Edna Dreyer was hostess to ,
West Palm Beach.
t'. ": __ high prize; Mrs. 'Elbert Stewart was the Saturday Bridge Club. Hih.-,

low and received ,a tape measure,
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'. Miss Ava Ezelle and Miss Dorothy -
while Mrs. D: G. Alston made the
n' Clarke, of Alva, were the weekend -
lucky cut and was presented'with a
1) guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. "W. : box of bath salts,

} Ezelle. Sandwiches, date loaf and coffee # zrr4

were served to: Mrs. R. Y. Patterson _
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Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. Keath-
; Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. V. A.I
ley Bowden, Mrs. Olin Carleton and
' Allen, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs.
Yh
: Mrs. W. F. Simpson were shoppers W'I
' M. Redelsheimer Mrs.
! in West Palm Beach J. W.
" Tuesday. Mrs. C. E. Nail,. Mrs. V. C. Woodward .
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.; Mr. and Mrs.- Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. E. L. !
; R. H. Collins enter-
Stewart, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. :
tarried Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith and
G. B. Thomas, Mrs. I. M. Pafford,
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Howard at dinner
.. Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. E. C. Mills,
Wednesday evening. 5)I
--- Mrs. Josephine Knight. Tea guests +J- ; 'f *
included: Mrs. H. Cecil Jones and Jp :
L. M. Spivey, president of'Southern -
a. Mrs. John W. Smith.
., College and Bishop Hayes of

Lakeland were visitors here Tues- s4
day. RACHEL MINER CELEBRATES I A :

; PARTY ON JIID BIRTHDAY
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Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston and Rachel Miner \4 w i, ..*;J44 S .

daughter, Nell, spent Monday in Orlando daughter of Mr. and '
.' .' Mrs. C. E. Miner celebrated her k 1t'
where Mr. Alston attended y
';,< the State Road Department's meetr third birthday with a party at the
< ., ing.II' home of her parents Tuesday after-
; noon. 1'JP't.
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f': Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Howard Birthday cake, ice cream and can-
,: dy were served and Grace Ward was .
/ have returned to their home in Savannah
' ... given a prize as the winner of the
;.....?... after a week's. visit with neanut hunt. I
>." their daughter, Mrs. R. N. Smith and
I ::; \", 1\11' 'Smith. Those present were: Corrine Von
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"f., 'L'' Mach, Eleanor VonMach, Skippy

:': ','" Miss Marjorie Hood, of West Cothern, Bobby Smith, Bobby LawleI' ,

.f'; Kay Bowden, Phyllis Brockway,
<. Palm Beach, arrived here Thursday
Bobby Berner, Carline Berner,' Joan
", '""- to make her home. She has taken
Crouch, Richard: Knight, Nola Gei-
rooms at the home of Mr. and Mrs.T. .
B. Shelley. gen, Carlton Geiger, Jean Yenawine;
Emma Jane Ezelle, Clarke Iron- /

I Mrs. J. E. Butler is leaving next monger, E. C. Mills, Jr., Solon JMills, .

I, week for a ten day's vacation in Sanford Patsy Meredith, Johnny Schifflf,

Jacksonville and Atlanta attending Grace Ward, Mary Louise Thomasand

a Beauticians Convention In Carol Joy; Alston. 4, '.
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Mil. AND MRS. SIMPSON GIVE -M,),
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:: C. C. Blanc attended a ball game in and Mrs. W. F. ..Simpson entertained -
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Sebring Wednesday between the Wednesday evening with a
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: '..f.Nevark Bears'and the Boston Red dinner and bridge party. Favors

,;.:':; Sox. were presented to the high scorersat i
bridge. )
Mrs. John J. Maher and r I
Miss Jew"' Those attending were: Mr. and
el Maher of Detroit, Mich., left the Mrs. J. M. Couse and Jo Anne, Mr.
first of the week for their home after .

a week's visit with Mrs. Maher'sister Phyl-lis.I

,Mrs. M. E. VonMach and Inson, of Moore Haven and Mr. and

Mr. VonMach. ;j 1 Mrs.' Keathley Bowden. CQDTriEt,1936,J...S.t Inch A Co.


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CHAPTER VIContinued10 "Yes, an' wot Is comin'?" said Rush. digs." He paused to exhale luxuri the latch. This had the effect 1 desired,

"That's wot I wants to know. I judge'a ously. "Dewdrop's back from Salz- for the door did not move again.I Ask Your Doctor

man by results. Three weeks tomorrow burg-with a letter young Arthur's was now as 'composed as I had
close
casement and Out
I had no time to the Find
we've been here, an' wot's your wrote." been distracted, for the knowledge
servant my
Itself. As the pushed open
door, I took my stand behind it, with Napoleon done? I'll tell you." Bugle "Wot, not say In' where he Is?" that my darling was safe had mademe
I groaned. "In the firs' place he's been "An' the Duchess of Sheba," said another man. My nerves were
back to the wall.
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my When he found the room dark, he let beat by a girl an' a groom. He knew Bugle. "Pharaoh's gone off,this evenin' steady, my brain was clear, I felt. like Don't Entrust Your

out a grunt of surprise. For an ,instant they was comin', an' he,knew they was to rope the two of them In." a giant refreshed, and I saw at once Own or Your 'Family'sWell

he hung on the threshold, then carryln gold ; an' they got away. If that my lady must be at Witchcraft

he turned back to the passage and we'd roped the road, we'd of had them ; CHAPTER VII where she was waiting to stay me Being to Unknown
but when I made the suggestion he the
closed the door. from hastening back to cottageand Preparations
As' his steps died away, I turned" the tells: me to shut my face. An' wot else The Race to the Swift. so' Into Pharaoh's arms.

handle once more. has he done-that counts? He's let us The rogues were at my mercy, but I One minute later I was behind the person to ask whether the

It was half past eight now, and the all In for murder-that's wot he's done. had no thought for that I was trans- cottage and was running as fast as I preparation you or your familyare

hall was dim.I As long as young Arthur walks, there'sa fixed with horror, for the nightmare could for the Witchcraft path.I taking for the relief of headachesis

could hear no sound of talking, but rope round each of our necks." which I had rejected had become an 'Was more than halfway to the SAFE' to use regularly is your
"He won't walk long," said Bugle. family doctor. Ask him particularlyabout
1 knew that Rush was yet in the sit- accomplished fact cross roads when Sabre touched my
Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN.He .
ting-room. "Says you, cried Rush. "Why we Though Bugle and Rush .were still hand. With a leaping heart, I at once

Then Bugle, pacing the apron, don't even- know where he Is. Nor the speaking, I had no Idea what they said, took hold of his collai and ran by his will tell you that before the S\
discovery of Bayer Aspirin most
girl. Nor Bohun-that was comin' on and when I looked at watch I side. he
Thirty yards stopped.
strolled into and out of my view.It my on "pain" remedies were advised .
occurred to me that he was waItIng Monday night But we know where do could not tell the time, because my''' "Nell," I said quietly. "Nell." against by physicians as bad for the
that Is all rlht-an' so
for Rush to finish his meal ; then "groom wrist was shaking and the dial seemeda There was a rustle behind me. AsI stomach and, often, for the heart.

the two would go off together and 1 they. great way off. turned round, her arms went about Which is food for thought if you
should be left. Meanwhile Pharaoh was "You make me sick," said Bugle. Then the disorder passed, and my my neck. l"'' seek quick, safe relief.

in action. "You know Just as well as me, our brain seemed to leap Into life. "I heard shots," she breathed."You're Scientists rate Bayer Aspirin

Rush'was moving heard the scrapeof luck's been rank. 'Ow many English The car. I must get to the car. not hurt?" among the fastest methods yet dis-
narks would look to find In a- covered for the relief of headachesand
you Pharaoh had had hour "Not scratch "
his chair as he thrust It back. An a start of an a my queen.
Austrian break day? An'another the pains of rheumatism, neu-
o
jungle at "
Instant later he made his way out of and a quarter or more, but I knew the "Thank God, thank God.
thatwe'd ritis and neuralgia. And the experience
Did expec'
the house. thing. you million way to the cottage better than he. She clung to me desperately. "Oh, of millions of users has provedit

I heard him say something to Bugle pick up a quarter"'f a bytakin' At once I saw that to thread the John, I can't spare you again. Ever safe for the average person to use

and I saw him turn to the'rightAs a week-end trip? woods In the darkness would take me since you left, I've been half out of my regularly. In your own interest re-

neither reappeared or started the "In course I didn't said Rush. "Wot five times as long as to go by the mind. You see without you I'm member this.

car It looked very much as though I says is this. Up to date Pharaoh'sfailed. lane. But the way to the lane "was beggared you're all I've got"Her You can get Genuine Bayer

they were sitting down on the benchto Dress it 'up 'ow you like, he's barred-barred by those cursed head- tears were wet on my lips, as I Aspirin at any drug store simply

the right of the steps.. If I was right, lost every game.! lights that I had found so futile ten strained her against my heart. by asking for it by its ken a
window For the next 20 minutes they wran minutes "Come along,. my lady. We'll]] talk BAYER ASPIRIN. it
then at the sitting-room ago.
a man gled much as before, whilst I stood when we're out of the wood." point to do this and see that you
would be above and behind them and For an Instant I, glanced about me. what '
I masked by a curtain that was not Less than 10 minutes later I lifted get you want.Bayer .
able, if they were talking, to overhear Then I picked up the lamp and hurledit
I drawn. the Rolls from a thicket and on to the
word. Fate that had used me so Into the grate.
every i
At length Bugle got to his feet and road. AspirinBLACKDRAUGHT
rudely, played Into my hands. The base of the lamp was of china? '\
crossed to the car. Then, to my great "Freda appeared," said Helena, "at a
a a + and heavily built ; the crash of Its fall
surprise, he opened a door and sat quarter to eight. It seems that she a.vrn rjk
"Yes I know that bit," said Rush. was frightful, and the flames leapedup
down In the driver's seat I watched missed her train In a final, frantic en-
"I've 'eard it before. But If he's such him start the engine and switch on like "streamers to lick the breastof deavor to do as we said. We told her

a marvel, where's Bohun gone? Bohun the chimney within, and without. to deliver the letter to Geoffrey or

was boun' to be here on Monday night. Now I had expected that Bugle and Barley alone.. Ten times' she took that

'Cos why? 'Cos Pharaoh'd wired him Rush would, both of them, make for letter to ;your cousin's Salzburg ad-

-'cos Pharaoh desired 'is presence. the sitting-room door. And, Bugle did. dress; 10 times she was asked to Next ,Time You Need a Laxative

Well, that's three days ago, an' he ain't But 'Rush -stood up on the bench, to leave it, and 10 times the poor girl For take dose of
constipation
.jL look Instead the window I a
through
here yet""What's refused. When she had missed her
Bohun matter?"" said Bugle. 9 was proposing to use.I train, she determined to try once more, the condition you ire in.

.. 'Er grace the Duchess Sheba Is suppose the fellow was lazy, and and this time they managed to bluff "If I am bilious, have headache or

what we want" laziness brings no luck. Be that as It her Into giving it up., Well, the moment a cold, I take a dose of Black-

"Who said he mattered?" said Rush."I may, I hit him between the eyes be- I heard her story, I knew that Draught at night writes Mrs.R. D.

never said he mattered.' Wot I said fore he could think and 'vaulted out the damage was done, so Sabre and I Thaxton, of Lexington, Ga.

was that Pharaoh knows 'ow to slip of the casement on the flags. made for Witchcraft as fast as 'ever take"If just I have a pinch a bad of feeling Black-Draught.after meals,It I

up. 'Oh, don't talk silly,' you says. And then I was In the closed car and we' could. I confess I was rather wor relieves me. I recommend it very highlya -

'Pharaoh's a genius, and geniuses was storming down to the bridge. I ried. You see though you didn't knowIt good Syrup family of Black-Draught.medicine. I give I find my children both

My journey may be imaginedIdrove and Pharaoh had now the .
don't slip up. 'All right, I says. you same good.
'Where's Bohun?' In manifest dudgeonhe in a mist of fear At every bend objective. It seemed extremely likely Black-Draught of paves the way for the relief -

sucked at his cigarette. "Pharaohsaid the road I coud! see the sinister that you would use the same roads. tioned many above,such when symptoms constipation as those is at men the

he'd be here on Monday night. He t \ shadow of some mishap, but I wrung And even when Pharaoh arrived-as he bottom of the trouble.

near told us the soot of clothes he'd from that car a pace: that she had did, about half past nine-I couldn'tbe I'

'ave on. Well, he isn't here, is he? Idon't .z not been built to give. sure that he'd missed you, for he
; Enough that I entered the track at have dealt with and comeon
Bohun matters but I'd Justas might you
say : Jl He Won't Be BALD !
soon know where he Is. He may five minutes past ten and that eight for me. I watched him take the

be an artist, but he knows how to use l minutes later I was stumbling across path. When they'd gone I made sure He uses Glover's Mange Medicine

a gun." 1 the clearing to find the path to the ,of the Rolls and came, back to watch- followed by Glovers ,,
cottage by the light of torch. The darkness was Medicated for
"Now look 'ere nrish said Bugle my and pray. very try- Soap the
,
ing, for the path, as you know, was In shampoo If YOU are afflicted h
his legs. 'Ow with Baldness
crossing many you can Dandruff t
mention eould of done wot Pharaoh's "Do what you like," saM Freda. "I shadow and I had to watch for you or Excessive Falittstopwotryingaboutrt Hair, piusingGlovu'stadayandkeep
I tell you shs's gone." both. And then, far away in the forest; .Start
done. Beg and beggage into that castle .,
-the guest of the Count. :Me an' "You know where she Is," said Pharaoh I heard two shots.. at it. Sold at all Druggists. '
Or have
you here In the rooms wot the Willies'ad. and lighted a cigarette. (TO BE CONTINUED) Glover's your tteatmentresuJarly.Barbergive you
The man was sitting half on the
No more one-eyed pubs; no land !
lords with sweaty necks ; no cottagers i table, swinging a leg; Freda was Animals Avoid Quarrels;
The Man Was Sitting Half on the at the foot of the little staircase. FakeIt
stoppin an' starin'; no watchin out; "Fights to Death,
Table. "You know where she Is," said Pha-
but everything smooth an' ship-shape, should be well known that however -
raoh
an' nothln to do but wait""Wait his lights, while Rush sat still belowme "That, quietly I do enough.not" said Freda, and savage and bloodthirsty any animal !

?" screeched Rush. "I've waited winding his watch. Bugle drove flung'up her head. "Her man was gone, killer'may be, whether cat wolf WNU-7 '13 SG.

long enough on this'Job. You can the car slowly forward, as though to and she was but waiting for me, to bear, or of the weasel family, there is

talk as much as you like, but we ain'tno go down to the bridge. Then he brought give over the child." always uppermost a distinct respectfor

nearer now than when we begun. her to rest and got out, leaving his en- "Did she take the path to Witch- others of like nature and anywherenear BEFORE BABY COMES J

Look at Dewdrop there, callin' him gine running and both of his head- craft?" the same size, for the severe
'Sir' an' 'Capting' an' standin' behind Elimination of WasteIs
lights on. "Nay," said the forester's wife, "she wounds given In a contest are dis Body

his chair. As he sat down again below me, 1 tock the path that she knew." abling, and no hunting mammal can Doubly ImportantIn
"It's all In the game," said Bugle. understood his action and saw why the "Think again" said Pharaoh nnooth- well afford to be thus handicapped.
the crucial months before baby arrives
"If- car was there. ly, with his eyes upon Freda's face. even though It is sure of getting the it is vitally important that the body be rid
"Yes 1 could play that game," said The stone bridge was bathed In bril Crouching without the casement I better of the scrap In the end, writes: 'of waste matter.Your intestines must func-

Rush. "It'd suit me,down to the socks. liance. No one could possibly cross it i saw the girl wince before the Ice of S. F. Aaron In Scientific American. tion-regularlycompletely griping.

But who ever plays it but him? When without being seen. I his tone; but though she was now very Thus the puma and the bear respect

he asks me in on this Job he calls It I think this must show that while pale, she gave him back look for look., each other, various silly stories and Why Physicians Recommend

'a change of air.' 'Soft as silk,' was they may have been experts:: In the As I drew my pistol, I heard her pictures to the contrary notwlthstand Milnesia Wafers

his words, 'an' i mayn't even need your planning and execution of ordinary steady reply. ing. The same may be said of the These mint-flavored,candy-like: wafers are

'elp. But you'd better be there, he crimes In a campaign such as this had "I tell you she took that path," and puma and the big timber wolf, the pure'milk of magnesia in, solid form-

says, 'in case there's a door wants become the rogues were clean out of as she spoke, she pointed out of the fisher and otter, the wildcat and raccoon much pleasanter to take than liquid.Eachwafer full adult

openln' before we're, through.' their depth. I was standing three feet window, directly over my head. And. the fox and mink, and the mink dose liquid is approximately milk of magnesia.equal to a Chewed

. "You was took on as I was, an' Just behind them, but '1 had not used the as she pointed she looked In the same and weasel: all of which seek the thoroughly then swallowed, they correct

' as glad of the job. 'I want you,' says bridge; and how could they think that direction-and saw my face. course of least resistance even when acidity in the mouth and throughout the

Pharaoh-that's all." because the bridge was denied him a She started ever so slightly but tidbits may be a cause of envy between digestive system, and insure regular, complete -

"All?" yelped Rush. "Why" man who proposed to approach would that was more that enough.As them, for a law of the wllcl that holds elimination without pain or effort. .

"All." barked Bugle. "Before we met I i turn round and go back? I leveled my weapon, Pharaoh the captor or first possessor of foot1 Milncsia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and
him In Paris he never spoke of the is 18 35c and 60c respectively and inconvenient
"Ten minutes more," Rush announced swung round and fired but his pistolwas to be the rightful owner generally' at ,
Job, an' then he spoke to us all." As tins for your handbag contain
obeyed.
"an' I'm in his pocket and his bullet
yet
goln off. I've 'ad
the other sought to protest, he let out.. warfare between killers and ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximatelyone
Bloody
o' late went wide of ear. And then In a
enough nights. When I've nothln' my adult dose of milk of magnesia. All
terrible oath. "Why 'an' It
a try put often battles to the
to do, I like to do It in bed." flash he had flung himself off the table, other creatures- good drug stores sell recommend them.
across me, you fool. Pharaoh don't death which never ,occur even between
"I should keep boots said and all the candles were rcut.
your on,
ask he takes. That was his way-al- Start using these delicious, effective
; rival Io\"ers-Is the most fruitful sub
Bugle. "He's comin' back. So I threw away a chance In a million -
ways, an' I've known him longer than t ject for Nature narrative thrills and anti-acidgently laxative wafers today
There
was a moment's silence. I
you. You talk as If you,was his equal ; Then That the forester's wife should have It Is an unusual book or article by any Professional samples sent free to registered
he ain't got no equal alive We're in dentists if is madeon
What?" screamed Rush "Comin' seen me was sheer bad luck. of the fakers that does not include physicians or request
his employment, we are. An' If we professional letterhead.Select Products,
often at leas'to
v. There was only one thing to be done, some such incident, one
play his game he'll make us-look at back? Thus have Inc., 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y,
"That's wot I said," said Bugle. for the moonlight was all about me. each chapter. we ow
John. Six hundred and
Long a
year" "Wot for?" and Pharaoh and Dewdrop could see two wildcats'Uleetin and fighting oc! '' 35c &. 60cbottles
that's
and know
I true.
a pub
without being seen. general principles and this Is quit
With studied deliberation Bugle me
"Who wants a pub? snarled Rush.
"An' who's Mr. Pharaoh to pick an' lighted his pipe."Dewdrop's I fell on my face, writhed my way unthinkable. o

choose?' He's the boss, of course back," he said. into the shadows and darted across to 20c tins
"Where from?" said Rush. "I didn't a tree that stood some twelve paces Loads Give Poise

know he was gone." off. And there, flat against the trunk.I The Hausa girl, of that tribe in At

"All right, all right," said Bugle, as "Of course you didn't," said Bugle. took my stand, with my eyes on the' rica walks with head erect and shoul re

though he were sick and tired of the "When Bohun never showed up, you'd door of the cottage which was full In ders back easily) and gracefully. N

other's complaints. "Call It a game. 'ave dropped that line. But that Isn't the light. doubt this queenly bearing is the result '," y, T"r PAiCT ANTI NCID

Sign on with lm, an' you've got to Pharaoh. That wire didn't bring Bo- I I was ready now, at last and the of the heavy' loads she must carry' x

take wot's comin'-that's all I meant bun 'ere, but it fctcheu '!m out of his moment I saw the door move I fired at, her head. The Original Milk of Magnesia Wafers

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1936 .



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Parent-Joseph George Johnson "Who Invented the wireless?" asked \/ I
Peters Van Alstyne de RocquefortSmith. the teacher.
RAN OR SHINE.. I//1/M
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good as a salesman?" +1 get engaged to several men at once. '
noise that I heard last evening,
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\ Weekly.always making Mrs.Pearson's Ahmed? \ She-When you have one match,

Ahmed-Excuse me, Tuan, but the doesn't It go out?
-- cook and I were celebrating our silver .
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1 hind foot of a rabbit, and they say they Tuan-Well, just see that It does j He-How old are you?
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FRIDAY, MARCH 37, 1036

THE CLEWISTOX NEWS .::

PAGE EIGHTClewiston -- hereinafter described real estate, I,

=- FLORIDATO Chancery,
the ensuing year: PRES- as such Special Master In
closed THESE
has never been ALL TO WHOM day of
November 6th.
the
in Tallahassee Monday,
will accept new Mrs. J. G. Kellum, ENTS SHALL COME, GREET- will on '
and the chapter Mrs. J. Ralston Wells, April, A. D. 1936, between the hours
president;
best typeof INGS:
School'News members at any time. The membershipin Daytona Beach, vice-president at This, is to certify that, whereas, R. of 11 o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock Hendry P.

disaster insurance is Mrs. Thurston Roberts, Jacksonville E. Kurtz, Moore Haven. Florida; C. M., at the front door of the of
large
organization so join ; in the City
this great second vice-president; Mrs. L. Williams, Moore Haven, Florida; County Court Houss sale and
active for
membership
offer
that Florida,
Florine Moore, Editor now and keep A. Smith, Sanford, recording H. F. Woodward, Moore:;: Haven, LaBelle,
Ralph to
one
through payment of only Mrs. Johnson Pace, Mi- Florida did on the 7th day of Janu- : sell at public aution or outcry
Editor secretary cash,
; for
Louise Bussey, Associate dollar each year. Mrs. T. S. Green, ary, A. D. 1926 cause to be incorpo- the highest and best bidder estate
treasurer; real
ami,
I Bob Patterson, Sports Editor I Mill Closes- Tallahassee, corresponding Dickens secre-, aud- rated ter 10096 under, Laws the provisions of Florida,of Acts Chap-of 1 the situated following in Hendry described County, Florida. ,
W.
Sugar tary and Mrs. John 1925, Hendry County Abstract Com- to-wit:
\
First Grade News-- itor. pany, a corporation, with ,its prin- "The North Half of Section
The first grade had the largest i From Page 1) cipal place of business: at LaBelle, I Twelve (12) ; All of Sections ,
Continued
representation of mothers at thParentTeacHer's < I join in a great celebration Home Owners Must \Hendry County, in the State:: of Florida -, Twenty-four ( )4) ; Twenty-six
officials officers (36)of
the proper and Thirty-six
Friday. and whereas \ (26) ; '
meeting of the season -
of the successful ending Exemption such corporation did on the 20th Township Forty-four (44)
back to For I II of
moved Apply
Eloise Wielch has attend and friends of the company are I day of March, A. D. 1936, Cause to South Range Thirty-two East,
Lakeland where she will invited. Around fifteen hundred invitations be filed in the office of the Secre- and the East Half (E 1-2)

school. are being issued this year March 2C' (FNS).- tary of State of the State of Florida, of Section Eighteen (18) ;
Tallahassee
Eva Lessie Cook from South Bay, and it is expected ,that more than a I owners can save ''the a 'duly authenticated resolution and all of Section Twenty (20) ;

entered the first grade this week. thousand people will visit the sugarhouse Homestead thousands of dollars -\adopted by the stockholders under Twenty-eight (28) ; Thirty

The first grade' has taken up a during the evening to take Florida taxpayers their county tax the provisions of said Chapter (30) ;' and Thirty-two (32) of
filing with Acts of (44)
by Florida. Forty-four
Laws of Township
10096,
science. .
of festivities.A ,
study in the
Honor Koll- part assessor their applications for.home-I' .1925, showing the dissolution of South of Range Thirty-three
Second Grade Spelling held in the ear
Esther Brewer, barbecue will be stead exemption on or such corporation, and the Secretaryof (33) East, containing 5120
Bill Maynard Wilma Tengle, Shir- ly evening and at the conclusion BillDoherty's 1st as provided by statute, i State is satisfied that the require- acres, more or less."
Bertha Ballard, piece orchestra will according to be sold under said
discriptions
eight land compIledwith. The same
checking
Johnson, Noley fully ments of law have been .
ley Moon, Mayme Joyce Bullen, furnish music for dancing. In ad- to rough computations beingmade. I decree of court and to satisfy the
Smith,
Geiger, James has arrangedan
the committee terms thereof.
dition
David Bel- (SEAL)
Velde,
Margaret Van de interesting floor show with ,most that the cost IN WITNESS WHEREOF, F. LYNN GERALD,
Trice, discloses
Mamie checkup
cher, Junior Ivey,. of the entertainers being chosen and certi- I have hereunto set my Special Masterin
advertising
James Ricks.Third personnel. of assessing, hand and have affixed the Chancery..
the company
better
Grade Spelling Honor Roll- from ficating a parcel of land runs Great Seal of the State of
MELLOR,
Parmelia Bourne, than one dollar for each item and Tallahassee, FRED H.
Willie Smith, I Florida, at
LaDeen Peters, Annette Simpson, homestead owners who fail to cooperate the Capital, this the twen-I Attorney for the Plaintiff.

William Willis, Sue VonMach, Christine LEE ASKS with their county; tax asses- tieth day of March, A. D. No. 83-March 13-20-27, April 3

Redish,. Marilyn Davis, Lewis COMPTROLLER RE-ELECTION sor by filing the exemption blank or 1936.'I ) I
FOR lot or block R. A. GRAY, _
Blount. who lists the wrong I . . '. ..................................
Grade Spelling Honor Roll- number, may throw this burden on Secretary of State. A.............................. . . .'

Fifth James Howard, Elbert Hooker, Tallahassee, March 26 (FNS).- I the state arid their neighboring tax- No. 85-March 27.

Neighbors. With the job of raising the should property entitled to
Janie Brantley, Irene payers
dented sum of $9,000,000 unprece-1 be erroneously assessed.
exemption
School News-- SALE
High OF MASTERS \
NOTICE FarmLand
of salaries for J. M. Lee today Good
Miss Orr, the county nurse, is very payment completed -' State Comptroller

appreciative of the large group of school teachers practically the store issued an appeal to the homestead Notice is hereby given that under
Tues- in spite of failure of file this application
her to made
mothers who are attending State owners and by virtue of a final decree ,
funds,
to produce available act of cooperationwith W. J.
health classes. tax promptly as an and entered by the' Honorable
day I took
I Comptroller J. M. Lee last week their county officials. Barker, As Judge of the Circuit

sports-- High School bas-i time out long enough to ask Florida! Court of the Twelfth Judicial Cir-
Clewiston
The I
lost to Alva by a score Democrats to give him a second term LIST OF CANDIDATES IN cuit of the State of Florida in and for Rent

ketball team This was really the best at thei, helm of the State's fiscal: RACE FOR GOVERNOR GIVES for Hendry County, Florida, in said I
of 16-38. in Chancery, on the llth. day
Court,
game played so far. Junior Cowen structure. Lee's announcement t Tampa, 1\Iarch26(FNS- With L of March, A. D. 1936, in that certain -1\\ \
came through to make four points. Comptroller incoming mail bringing requests cause' therein wherein The Flor-

Clark made the rest of the baskets. follows: every authentic information as ida Land and Timber Company, A "
getting experiencedand Democrats of Florida: for is'Plaintiff, and Flor- -.cfi
The boys are "To the has announced for Gov- Corporation I \
who
whichis ]I to just Company,
are learning how to lose Based upon the manner in which News Service ida International Realty
important thing pledgesof ernor, the Florida A Corporation; Elmar Realty Com-
really the most have fulfilled my platform who
those
below the names of The Compass
gives Corporation;
the official record of : pany,' A
in sports. 1932 and announced to date: A Corporation; Ethel
have Corporation,
Trespassers
with Moore rendered I
The scheduled game I accomplishments and service W. E. (Bill) Bennett, Ocala; Gra- Pruitt, if Single, and, if married, the
Haven was played Wednesday night as such official, I hereby announce Ethel Pruitt; Dor-:
Burton,. 'Wauchula; Stafford husband of said Will Be
instead of tonight, because of the my candidacy for a second !I dy Caldwell, Miami; Jerry W. Carter, othy Donovan and her husband,

play to be given at the school house. term as your Comptroller, subjectto Dan Chappell, Miami; Raymond Donovan, and Dorothy ProsecutedThe
Tallahassee;
Moore Haven won by a score of 64- the Democratic Primary. If elect-' R. B. l Donovan, As Trustee; Hannah S.
P. Cone, Lake City;
Fred f
Thomas
in the her husband,
continue to serve Ryan and J'I
shall
; ed, I Miami William C. Hodges,
Gautier and
6.The ; Priebe
J.
kindly con- man- Cedrick
Ryan
boys have very impartial and aggressive I ;
same Mari- !
their basketball Tallahassee; Amos E. Lewis, wife, Mrs. Cedric J. Priebe; Virginia '
sented to give up ner." Carl Maples, Waukulla; Mai- and, if married, her hus-
two or anna; M. Spitler,
practice time for the last the'time Comptroller Lee is a native of lie Martin, Crestview; Leslie J. Miller -. band, whose name is unknown; 1\\

three weeks in order that Irwin county, Georgia, where he was St. Petersburg; Noel A. Mitchell, Maud L. Baker, and, if married, her I

be used for play practice. reared, educated and first entered St. Petersburg; B. F. Paty,.. West husband, whose name is unknown; c )
as' county commissioner Mrs. Mary Cowen, A Single. woman; .
politics, serving Palm Beach; Raleigh Petteway, his wife; ; .
Is Speaker- and ordinarequivalent to Dr. M. H. Tallman and '
Bestor Peter Tomasello, Orlando;
Tampa; Gertrude L. Tallman; Sand all unknown -
a county judge in Florida. Movingto Fredrick Van Roy, Crystal River; J. parties claiming any interestin
Avon Park In 1923, he served as Haven. hereinafterset ClewistonCompany
R. Yearwood, Winter I and to the premises
(Continued From Page One) County Attorney and Prosecutor for I the heirs, devisees,
forth, as
countered Among the difficulties he eight years. He was a member of the I grantees or otherwise, by thru or

explained were evaporation, capil State. Legislature in 1927, 1929 and, CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE] under any of the above named par-11\\ \\1

larity, horizontal movement, loss oi 1931 where he took the lead in opposing DISSOLUTIONIN ties, are defendants, appointing the

evaporation, subsidence, shrinkage, every new and additional tax I undersigned ,as Special Master in .

cracks, etc., which make water con- I proposed.: THE NAME AND BY THE AU- Chancery to carry into effect of the the i. '..1...N.N.N..N..N..N..N.N..N..N.NON. .NON. .N.NON. .NON N;.y.
trol difficult for there is as much :', THORITY OF THE STATE OF said decree, and to make sale I

danger in getting the land too dry FOUR COUNTY LEAGUE ----'--
control must be uni I''
as too wet and STANDING -


form.Mr.. Bestor explained that the potential -i BOYS

development of the 'glades Team WL: Pet.

area depended largely on drainage Moore Haven .........a..8 1 889 DIVIDENDS

with present climate growing time Boca Grande ..........:.........7 2 '778 SAVINGS SAFETY

and general conditions depending on LaBelle ............................ 7 3 700 I

proper water control. For that reason Alva ...............::...........____ 6 5 545 I

it will remain the greatest prob- Bonita Springs ................. 4 5 444 .

lem to be found by developers.In Fort Myers ............4 7 364 ,

addition to Mr. Bestor's splen- Everglades ..........__a.:....... 0 7 000 '. '. "-'" Record of Dividends of

did talk W. 11. Bradnack( entertained Clewiston ........................ 0 6' 000 :. Association
the members with two vocal solos Clewiston Home Building
.
which were much enjoyed. I ..... .

I'' Needs GIRLS.I W L Pet., I ITea.m RATE .';RITE I I
Red Cross
< :: l
-aBelle .............................9 .1 900 PERCENT YEAR / .<< ;> ,,;: 'EHCEXT

Moore: Haven _a...........:. 7 1 875 '" YEAR )

(Continued from pace 1) Boca Grande .............-.. 4 3 571 <:: 5.5 1933' :':.: ''' '' 6 '

Cross was organized for the primary Everglades ..........._....... 2 2 500 :':" ?; 1928 1934 :. ,Y'. "' ,".,.: '. 6...' .-' "

purpose of showing the National organization Alva ..___.......................... 2 5 286 "-( ;:!: 1929 7 ". .' :: ,i: '.

that the people here appreciated -, Fort Myers .._...._?.......... 1 6 143 ...f"iI .::.' ;" 4 1935 ." ;: '.6 >:
O' 1930 \ / .. .
the aid given them duringa Bonita Springs ::.............. 1 8 111 ;,i\\ ". '.-"., -' ", 1936- I )" ..;: : 6.
Since that 4 :/t>
disaster of past years. 1931 ;- >
", ,
that Clewiston has Games This, Week: }" 't. ,: -:";:':. .
time it is true I : \ . 6'(0 '
not needed help from the Red. Cross Boca Grande at. LaBelle: Boys, ; ,...: ./":,",/'".'> ',,', .1932 : : "

but: as disaster often occurs whenleast LaBelle 18, Boca Grande 16. \ '::, :; : ,:; ; ? :'>. ,:.. : ,

is to Girls LaBelle '32, Boca Grande ." ': .. -' '-:' .' ..' .. -; .' -.
there no
expected way : ..,:.:. ;<: ; '. : ; :; ..'.;
tell when those who donate today 31. THE HOME
L' BY
to the relief funds may be the re- Alva at Moore: Haven: Boys. :

ceipient of'such funds. Florida, news Moore Haven 44, Alva 11. OFFICE FIRST

reports*state. has received more than Gills, Alva 21, Moore iiaven 20. "
seven dollars in Red Cross aid for Moore Haven boys and girls defeated TOMORROW AND

every dollar she has contributed to Fort Myers and Alva boys defeated THINGS OVER.

the organirafaon and for that reason, Clewiston. Score not report-

if for: no otlfer, the citizens of the ed. .

state should respond readily to I I

pleas of other>states for assistance.A MR. AND MRS. "WRIGHT

second teleglam received by Mrs. GIVE DINNER: PARTYMr.

Patterson Thur day from state head-
and Mrs. F. M. Wright enter GY-
quarters states ,that latest reportsare ,
is southern tained at dinner Sunday evening
that Florida leading all -
states in reaching the quota assigned honoring Mr. and Mrs Ralph How- I

\ ard. Other: guests were ),11'. and Mrs.
)
President Roosel\elt in a procla- R. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. ;

mation has called on the country to Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Law- I

raise three millions' of dollars for ler, Mr. and Mrs M. E. Yenawlue 'O'C

flood relief and more,' may: be need and L. H. Robbins. 1. BUILDING

ed. Anyone who can \spare a dolaror

more, or less, should communi- WOMEN'S CLUBS ELECT

cate with one of the officers of the STATE OFFICERS AT TAMPA
10 .103
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chapter named above immediatelyand
make sure that ,Clewiston'.sshowing Tampa, March' 26 (FNSClos

will rank well with any. city ing one of the most successful and

,;, of its size In the state. interesting conventions in the organization's -

Mrs. Patterson also stAtes that i I history, the-F) rida Federation -

the Red Cross roll call for membership i I of Women's Clubs elected the "

which is started each;; year following! officer? .tq ,serve during I ; .' .: ., ,. -'.





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